In Memory

Peggy Driscoll

 

It is with tremendous sadness that I share the news received in a message that Peggy Driscoll passed away this morning March 29, 2020, following a period of failing health..

As soon as I learn about funeral arrangements I will share that information here.

Cathy Herendeen Lemay

 

Margaret J. “Peg” Driscoll, age 68, passed away peacefully while she was asleep on March 28, after a long and difficult illness. Born in Boston and raised in Needham, Peg was the daughter of John V. and Margaret A. Driscoll, both of Needham.
 

Peg is survived by her sons Scott C. McCarthy and his wife Laura of Brockton, and Andrew K. McCarthy of Rockland. She is also survived by her sister Barbara Driscoll de Alvarado of Worcester, and her nephew Patrick J. Alvarado of Lebanon, New Hampshire. Many cousins in New England and beyond also survive her.
 

Peg graduated from Needham High School and earned a Bachelor’s in Mathematics at the University of Massachusetts at Boston. She used her training and talent in mathematics to parley a pioneering and accomplished career in computer programming. Peg retired as an Assistant Vice-President of State Street Bank.
 

A long-time resident of Rockland, she loved her house and took pride in decorating it. She was a dedicated member of the Church of the Holy Nativity in Weymouth. She collaborated with many of its projects, including serving as parish secretary for several years.
 

Peg was an exceptionally creative individual who pursued various mediums from painting and sculpture to quilting and knitting. Indeed, after she retired, she joined a group of painters, and produced some of her best work. Her creativity in fact was contagious, permeating all aspects of her life and brought her much joy.
 

Services for Peg are private due to the current viral crisis. A Celebration of Life service will be announced at a later date where her life can truly be honored.

 



 
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03/31/20 07:06 PM #1    

Sue Robey (Biasizzo)

Peggy was very good friends with Rosemary McCarthy Leavitt. A couple of years ago, Helen Newton and I had a chance to go to see Peg at her house. It turns out she was quite a painter and had some beautiful pictures. We stayed in touch by phone and the last time we saw Peg was about 2-3 years ago when she, Helen, and I went out for lunch. RIP Peggy.


04/29/20 03:18 PM #2    

Elizabeth Brack (Prehm)

I was very sorry to learn of Peggy's death. Though we did not keep in touch after high school, I remember her fondly. Having since learned she was quite a traveler, I regret not getting back in touch as it would have been fun to share travel stories. RIP Peggy.


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