Mrs. Elizabeth M. Ferguson of Chelmsford, MA

5632 FergusonMrs. Elizabeth M. Ferguson, 82, of Chelmsford died suddenly at her home on Tuesday September 22, 2015.

She was the widow of Laurence D. Ferguson who died on June 18, 2012. The daughter of the late Alfred P. Mahoney, Sr. and Ester (Murphy) Mahoney. She was born, raised and educated in Billerica. During her career as a License Practicing Nurse, Elizabeth worked at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Lowell. Byam Elementary School in Chelmsford and Tewksbury State Hospital, until her retirement. Mrs. Ferguson was an avid reader, she enjoyed traveling with her family to Florida and Maine. She was most happy spending quality time with family and friends. Mrs. Ferguson was a Friend of the Chelmsford Library. She is survived by two sons, Patrick Ferguson and his wife Chun of Nevada, Michael Ferguson of Chelmsford, two daughters, Sally Mank and her companion, Gerald Heffernan of Haverhill, Susan Karlson and her husband, Jon of Chelmsford, a brother, A. Paul Mahoney Jr. of Dracut, a sister Barbara Donnelly of FL. three grandchildren, Tracy Provencher of Lowell, Sarah Fay Hardy of Tyngsborough and Daniel Ferguson of California, three great-grandchildren, Kaylee Provencher. Andrew Provencher and Makenna Coffey all of Tyngsborough, as well as several nieces, nephews and many close family friends.

5 Condolences for Mrs. Elizabeth M. Ferguson of Chelmsford, MA

    Alfred Paul Mahoney

    Betty you were a wonderful and beautiful person who was always their for me when I needed you. You always were so thoughtful and remembered my birthday every year. You will truly be missed. Love always – your brother (What a wonderful obituary)


    Katherine bettencourt

    Aunt Betty I will always remember you at family gatherings,you and your sister Barbara would sit together and tell stories, your laugh was so contagious and your smile. I will miss those times. Love you from me and my family. Sadly missed but not forgotten.


    Jill Pelletier

    Aunt Betty ,
    I will never forget you telling me about Juno email and this was before the internet was popular. I just had to create an account – You were my only contact but a great friend and aunt. Going to miss you and you will always have a special place in mt heart. Love ya Jill Ps NOVEMBER birthdays rock


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