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Official Obituary of: Paulette M. Marcil, 73, on May 4, 2024

Paulette M. Marcil, 73, on May 4, 2024

Paulette Marie Marcil, 73, of Sidney, NY, formerly from Endwell, NY, was taken to her Eternal
Rest on Saturday, May 4, 2024 after a short stay under Palliative Care.

She was born in Attleboro, MA to Richard H. Marcil (passed 2011) and Lena T. Marcil (passed
2022). She grew up in Plainfield, NJ for a time, and Endwell, NY. She is survived by her oldest
brother Richard P. Marcil of Waltham, MA, younger brother Ronald F. Marcil and his wife
Barbara Marcil of Taylor, TX, and younger sisters Louise A. Wiggins and her husband Mike
Wiggins of Venice, FL, and Dianne H. Marcil of Salina, KS. She was also predeceased by her
younger sister Laura J. Marcil (2014) and younger brother Robert M. Marcil (2018). She also
leaves behind many nieces and grand-nieces, and nephews and grand-nephews and other
extended family members throughout the US and Canada.

The role she cherished the most was being Aunt Paulette. She loved babies and children so
much! She would play with them and laugh herself silly. She was into arts and crafts in a big
way. She made Oh So many clown dolls with hand-sewn yo-yo’s and latch hook rugs and
pillows that could fill a museum. In her later years she has taken up making necklaces with
beads. She also likes doing dot-to-dot pictures and reading books of riddles.
She was a poster child for the Cerebral Palsy Foundation of Plainfield, NJ in the early 1960s.
She enjoyed swimming and participated in several programs, ultimately swimming in the Special
Olympics for several years.

Her funeral, to which relatives and friends are most kindly invited, will be held on Friday, May
10, 2024, beginning with a time for visitation from 9:00 to 10: 30 AM in the Sperry & McHoul
Funeral Home, 15 Grove Street, North Attleboro, MA, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial
celebrated by the Reverend David A. Costa at 11:00 AM in Sacred Heart Church, 58 Church
Street, North Attleboro. Interment will follow in Saint Mary’s Cemetery, Towne Street, Attleboro
Falls.

There is a garden in heaven that’s full of flowers and colors that you have never seen before. In
the corner of that garden is a swing for two. Mary will be sitting on the swing with Baby Jesus in
her lap and she will invite you to sit with her on that swing. There will be birds and other small
animals in the garden all around. Mary will put Baby Jesus in your arms and you will be able to
hug Him and kiss His cheeks. Singing softly to Him you can tell him how happy you are to be
home.

  • Comment (2)
  • Paulette was a very special lady and most definitely won’t be forgotten. Paulette always made her staff and peer’s smile. Rest in peace you beautiful soul

  • Rest easy Paulette. You are reunited with Mom, Dad and Laura. Be at peace.

    Your Brother Ron.

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  1. Rest easy Paulette. You are reunited with Mom, Dad and Laura. Be at peace.

    Your Brother Ron.

  2. Paulette was a very special lady and most definitely won’t be forgotten. Paulette always made her staff and peer’s smile. Rest in peace you beautiful soul

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