White Funeral & Cremation Service

603 Ocean Hwy E, Bolivia, NC


Margaret Mary Driscoll

August 18, 1937October 15, 2019

Margaret Mary Driscoll “Maggie”, age 82, of Bolivia, NC died on October 15, 2019 surrounded by her family and friends.

Maggie was born in the Bronx, NY on August 18, 1937 to the late Jerome J. and Josephine Dursa Driscoll. She is survived by her siblings Robert Driscoll (Carroll) of Mendham, NJ, and Joanne Graff-Perzan (Rick) of Leland, NC as well as many nieces/nephews and their families, her beloved German Shepherd, Shadow, best friend of 60 years, Dot Buterbaugh of CA, and many close friends in the military and in her Winding River North Carolina community. Maggie is predeceased by her brother Jerome J. Driscoll Jr., nephew Jerome J. Driscoll III, and niece Kathleen Driscoll.

Maggie had 43 years of combined active duty military and civilian federal service. She helped break new ground for females in the United States Air Force and became the 5th ever female to be promoted to the rank of Chief Master Sergeant. After retiring from the Air Force, Maggie began a career as a labor relations supervisor. She was recognized throughout her career with many military and civilian service awards. Maggie was loved and well respected by all who knew her.

Calling hours will be from 10:00am to 11:00am on November 9, 2019 at Windsor Locks Funeral Home in Windsor Locks, CT with service starting at 11:00.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to German Shepherd Rescue (www.gsdrescue.org) or St. Jude Children’s Hospital.


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Flo Mason Cullina

November 5, 2019

Dear Joanne,
My thoughts and prayers going out to you and Family. I remember you speaking very proudly of your Sister. Such a strong and great role model. Cherish the memories. 🙏 Flo xoxo

Bob Alekson

October 30, 2019

Maggie, fly high and keep watch over our families. Had nice time with you at Vandenburg In the 70’s.
Cousin Bob

Jean (Cariseo) Harrison

October 22, 2019

Dear Driscoll Cousins,
Please know that we send our Love, Sympathy, and Prayers on Maggie’s passing. The one thing I am certain of is that Maggie loved her family very much. I kept in touch with her for the past several years and we talked on a regular basis. She was so proud of her nieces and nephews and what they have accomplished in their lives. When Maggie and I talked she made me laugh and we reminisced about growing up and spending time at Nanny’s house.
We will all miss her and may Maggie “Rest In Peace”.

Our love Always,
Jeannie and Paul Harrison

Patty(Cariseo) Stein

October 19, 2019

Dear JoAnne,Bobby and Driscoll family’s

Our Deepest of sympathy are with you all with the loss of Maggie. The happiest of memories at Nanny’s and Aunt Jo’s with always hold a special place within my heart.

Maggie always had a joke to tell or funny story to add. We always enjoyed when she would come to visit us when we were kids.

May she Rest In Peace
Cousin Patty and Jack Stein

Carol and Pascal Delisi

October 19, 2019

Dear Joanne and Bobby,
We were very saddened by the passing of our dear cousin Margaret.
Maggie was a wonderful woman whose life of service to country and family was truly admirable and a great source of pride to us all.
Our childhood memories of our visits to Nanny's and Aunt Jo's are truly unforgettable.

Cousin Carol (Alekson) & Pascal Delisi
St. Lambert, QC, CANADA

Rick Perzan

October 18, 2019

I was introduced to Maggie or as I simply called her “Magz”, approx. 30 yrs. ago when I started my journey with her sister. I asked Joanne do you think i will have any problem getting along with her. She said no I doubt it , except for one small thing. I said what’s that? She said she is a die-hard Yankee fan. Me being the opposite with the Red Sox. Oh boy!! It’s a rivalry that can cause feuds with the best of family’s. Throughout the years we would wish each other good luck throughout the season, both knowing fully well we really did’nt mean it. Respect came easy for the both of us. I helped her with her choice to move to NC, introduced her to the game of golf, traveled with her to see Arnie, Jack, and last but not least enjoyed many toasts raising our beer mugs together. Her love for family, dogs, & overall life in general was second to none. I will miss my sister-in-law “Magz”. See you in heaven! Love, Ricky