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Marilyn Elizabeth (Caldwell) Tattersall

March 3, 1928April 27, 2021

Marilyn Elizabeth (Caldwell) Tattersall, 93, of Hyannis, MA passed away peacefully at Royal of Cotuit in Mashpee on Tuesday, April 27, 2021. The daughter of the late John Nelson and Isabel Alice (Bains) Caldwell, she was born in North Providence, RI.

Marilyn loved her family. She was a very giving; selfless, sweet woman who would always take care of others and put their needs before herself.

Marilyn is predeceased by her beloved husband Edmund Tattersall, Jr., her loving son Glenn Alan Tattersall and brother John Nelson Caldwell, Jr. She is survived by her sons Stephen Dale Tattersall of Hyannis, MA, Jeffrey David Tattersall of Haverhill, MA; her grandson Benjamin Graham Tattersall of Haverhill, MA and her sister-in-law & cherished friend Sarah (Tattersall) Rattey of Atlanta, GA. Marilyn also leaves behind many adored nieces, nephews and friends.

Graveside services will take place at Riverside Cemetery in Pawtucket, RI at a time to be announced in early June.

Flowers in Marilyn's memory are welcome. Also, please consider donating to the American Cancer Society, https://www.cancer.org/about-us/local/massachusetts.html.

Arrangements are under the direction of Doane, Beal & Ames in Hyannis, MA. To leave a memory or share an online condolence, please visit www.doanebealameshyannis.com.

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Ruth Finkelstein

May 6, 2021

Marilyn was a kind and loving person and she was a dear friend. I will always remember the times we shared. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with the the family. Love. Ruth.

Carolynn Kravitz

April 30, 2021

I "met" Marilyn by phone at the Hyannis Public Library when she called to request some books. I always enjoyed these calls and started referring to Marilyn as my telephone friend.
She was in rehab at one point and l called once or twice. Marilyn always brought a smile to my face during these conversations, and l don't know which of us enjoyed the calls more!
I had the opportunity to meet her in person once, and Marilyn looked as I'd pictured her, from hearing her voice.
I will miss these calls.

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