George McCormack Obituary, Death – Mr. George P. McCormack passed away on January 3, 2023, surrounded by the love and support of his family and friends in the coziness and comfort of his own home. He was 93. George McCormack was the son of Bernard McCormack and Marguerite (Murphy) McCormack, both of whom passed away before their son was born. His mother and father had both died away at this point. He entered our planet on July 24th, 1929, making his debut here. After graduating from Brighton High School, where he was awarded his diploma, he continued his studies by enlisting in the United States Air Force and serving in that branch of the military in Korea during the Korean War. It was in the city of Allston that he made his debut.
After finishing his time in the military, he began a long and fruitful career in Watertown, first with the Hood Rubber Company and subsequently moving on to Doble Engineering. He was quite successful in both of these jobs. Both of these companies may be found operating inside the confines of the same major city. It gave him a great lot of satisfaction to sing for the attendees of church meetings and other occasions, enchanting them with his astonishingly beautiful voice and bringing a smile to their faces. In his leisure time, he enjoyed working with wood, and during the summer months, he would take his family on vacation to Cape Cod. When he was younger, he was an enthusiastic participant in the activities of the Knights of Columbus and the Elks Club. The Brighton Center served as the location of the headquarters for both of these organizations.
He is reunited in Heaven with his wife Mary Lou (Carey) McCormack, his son Michael McCormack, who also died away, and his siblings Anne Cotter, Bernard McCormack, Robert McCormack, Joseph McCormack, and Francis McCormack. Mary Lou (Carey) McCormack was his wife. Michael McCormack was his son. The death of his son Michael McCormack has occurred. Among others who are able to continue on his legacy are his children, Marianne Cusano (Allen) of Hampton, New Hampshire; Kathleen Amaral of Seekonk; Maureen Herrick of Newton; Tricia McCormack (Bryan Macnie) of Newton; Mimi Gunning (Joe) of Holliston; and Ellen Kelly (Jim) of Ashland. In addition, he leaves behind 10 grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, as well as a sizeable number of nieces, nephews, and their individual families. He will be greatly missed.
On Friday, January 13th, from 4 to 8 p.m., and then again on Saturday morning, January 14th, at 10 a.m., family and friends of George will gather at the Joyce Funeral Home in Waltham, Massachusetts, to celebrate and remember George’s life. George passed away on January 10th. There is a funeral home named Joyce, and its address is 245 Main Street (Route 20). After there, they will go in procession to Saint Anthony of Padua Church, which can be found in Allston at 43 Holton Street, and it is there that a funeral Mass will be performed for him on Saturday at 11 a.m. Due to the wishes of the person who died away, the funeral and burial will be held in secrecy at the Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne. He or she would have preferred it that way.