July 28, 1920 – February 13, 2018
WELLMAN, Moira K. (nee Cahill) February 13, 2018 of East Aurora, NY. Beloved wife of the late Donald Wellman. Dearest mother of Maureen (Jerry Baker) Sullivan, Kathleen (William) Maloney, Barbara (Dennis Moir) Wellman, Diane (Terry Schwan) Wellman, Susan (Ronald) Berkeley and Christopher (Patti) Wellman . Cherished grandmother of 9 and great grandmother of 15. Dear sister of Kathleen Dunphy and was predeceased by Noreen Cahill, Sheila Cahill, Annetta, Frank Cahill, Emmitt Cahill, Kevin Cahill, Brian Cahill and Brenda Godfrey. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held June 30th at Fox Run at 11 AM. Internment to follow at Oakwood Cemetery. Online condolences may be shared at www.woodfh.com
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Marcia Austen Pratt
March 3, 2018
The visits to Warsaw to see the lady I always referred to as Aunt Ag were very filled with fun and smiles for my mother, Catherine (Cathy), and Moira was generally the one responsible. I more remember walking to the park from Wyoming St to go 'swimming' with the cousins. I am very sorry to learn of Moira's passing, but know that she shared her love with all of the children-her own and everyone else's. She is now with Don and Aunt Ag, Kitty and my Mom. Noreen, are you the one who taught me to play "Match" with about 8 decks of cards?
February 17, 2018
To the family of Moira I extend my sincere condolences. Your mother was a wonderful, funny , personable woman and I thought a great deal of her. She was a wonderful role model for me when I came to Marcellus to teach. The teachers and children alike loved her. When our son began to play the trombone she offered us a trombone that she had that was not being used. Our son loved it and played in band all the way through high school...and even picked it up in college for an extra.! He still has the trombone and maybe his son will play it some day. Your mother will certainly be missed but her spirit will love on through the many lives she touched and the wonderful memories we all have of her. you will be in our thoughts and prayers in the coming days.