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Official Obituary of: Margaret Ann Tarrant, 64, on November 16, 2022

Margaret Ann Tarrant, 64, on November 16, 2022

Margaret Ann (Spicer) Tarrant, 64, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, November 16, 2022, at her home in North Attleboro. She was the beloved wife of Thomas Tarrant of North Attleboro, to whom she was married to for 37 years.

Born on June 11, 1958, in Stoughton, MA, she was one of three children to Jim and Francis (Monahan) Spicer and raised in Stoughton, MA.

She was a graduate of Stoughton High School and was a 40-year resident of North Attleboro, where she moved after marrying the love of her life, Thomas.

Marge was a stay-at-home Mom raising her three children. She was an accomplished knitter and could cook fabulous meals, which her husband and family loved. Her greatest joy was maintaining a cheerful home for her family where they all spent many happy holidays and celebrations. 

Besides her husband, Tom, she is survived by her three children: Catherine of Connecticut, David of Attleboro, and Daniel of North Attleboro.

Visitation, to which relatives and friends are most kindly invited to attend, will be held on Tuesday, November 29, 2022 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM in the Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home, 15 Grove Street, North Attleboro. A prayer service will be held at the conclusion of the visitation, beginning promptly at 7:00 PM. Interment will be held privately at later date.

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  • Marge will always be remembered for her upbeat, unpretentious personality.  I mostly saw her only at our annual Thanksgivings and missed her when she stopped attending.  I fondly recall conversations with her about knitting and was impressed by her online knitting business.

  • Fond memories of Marge at Thanksgiving and other family events.  She always brought something delicious to share.  I remember her talking about being in the marching band in high school.  Always friendly and talkative.  When my boys were young Marge knitted Christmas stockings for the whole family with the names included in the pattern.  We will certainly miss Marge. Our thoughts and prayers are with Tom, Catherine, David and Danny.

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  1. Fond memories of Marge at Thanksgiving and other family events.  She always brought something delicious to share.  I remember her talking about being in the marching band in high school.  Always friendly and talkative.  When my boys were young Marge knitted Christmas stockings for the whole family with the names included in the pattern.  We will certainly miss Marge. Our thoughts and prayers are with Tom, Catherine, David and Danny.

  2. Marge will always be remembered for her upbeat, unpretentious personality.  I mostly saw her only at our annual Thanksgivings and missed her when she stopped attending.  I fondly recall conversations with her about knitting and was impressed by her online knitting business.

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