Cuffe-McGinn Funeral Home

157 Maple Street, Lynn, MA


Kerrie Ann Palumbo

November 1, 1974November 25, 2019
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Kerrie Ann (Winslow) Palumbo, 45, of Lynn, passed away on Monday, November, 25, 2019 after a lengthy battle with addiction. A lifelong resident of Lynn, Kerrie was the daughter of Cynthia L. Callahan and her late stepfather Butchie Callahan, and the daughter of Wayne T. Winslow and her late stepmother Joan Winslow. In addition to her parents she is survived by her son Tyler Palumbo and her minor children; her sister Kellie Winslow-LaRiviere; her nieces Kristie Fleming and Kaylie LaRiviere; her beloved aunts, uncles, and cousins; and her beloved childhood friends. Kerrie is predeceased by her dear grandmother, Ethel Gard. Kerrie’s visiting hours will be held at the Cuffe-McGinn Funeral Home, 157 Maple Street, Lynn on Thursday, December 5, 2019 from 4:00 to 8:00 PM. Her Funeral Mass will be leaving from the Cuffe-McGinn Funeral Home at 12:30 PM to St. Pius V Church, Lynn for a 1:00 PM Mass. Interment will be private.


  • Visiting Hours Thursday, December 5, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Friday, December 6, 2019


Kerrie Ann Palumbo

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Jennifer (Munroe) Hale

December 5, 2019

I'm so sad to hear this news! Kerrie was my best friend growing up! So many great memories of playing together at our youngest years! Wish we had stayed in touch. Praying for her family! Thoughts and prayers to all of you!! Xoxo

Barbara Johnson

December 5, 2019

Remembering laughing so hard until we could hardly breath, late night snacks you brought home from the restaurant and both of us saying no more desserts but then the next night even before you were all the way in the door I would be asking you what kind of goodie you brought me and you would just laugh and say of course I brought you something Auntie. I remember popping popcorn (always had to be 2 bags) and watching the movie “The Notebook” which you couldn’t believe I had never seen. Such wonderful memories my sweet Kerri. Love you, your Auntie Barbara

Barbara Johnson

December 5, 2019

My dearest Kerrie,my great-niece and most of all my friend.. When we lose someone we love we always worry did we tell that person enough how much we loved them and how much they meant to us but I think during your life and especially the year that you lived with me and we had our heart to heart talks you knew that I loved you deeply. Did you know I wasn’t happy with some of your choices, yes , but did you know that inspite of those choices did I still love you with all my heart, yes, you knew that too. I will never forget that beautiful little girl with that deep beautiful voice growing up into an accomplished young woman and being a great mom was your proudest accomplishment then came in that demon that got a hold on you like it does with hundreds of thousands every year and you got lost and we lost “our Kerrie” but you never lost your kind, loving and generous heart and that is how we will always remember you and no one can ever take that away from us. My heart will always have a piece missing without you here but in my heart you will always be! Rest In Peace in Gods hands knowing you will never be forgotten and that you have left joy in our hearts by knowing and loving you. My heart is breaking from the loss of you.

Connie Rath

December 4, 2019

How can I express how I felt about Kerrie! She was extraordinary not that she knew it but I did! I loved working with her as I believe she did me we made a great team!
To this day I was jealous that she had a Tiffany's bracelet my husband got me one for my 40th birthday if it weren't for her I know they got thatmy husband says that I still stand the way that she does at the waitress station💖 she told me I was the first person when she was having the twins that you call me I still can't believe itI had told her if she had six or more she could give me one I love her and miss her 💔 she was one in trillion he lucky to meet someone as special as Kerrie I know she's with me it's making a crock pot dish I gave her the recipe like 16 years ago and while I was making it I felt her presence I'm working on my life I wish I could have done more Gerry and I will miss you and thank you for take care of her and me!!!
This is how I express how much I love you ❤️ Kerrie I know and feel you are looking out for me and Ger but please get some rest 🐢 you will always be in my dreams you 😘💕 were last night!!!! Thank you so much for looking after baby Hitler ❤️ haha 🤗 and I know you know what I mean 💖🐢🌞

Kim Abisso

December 4, 2019

Fly high Kerrie and May you rest in Peace. You will be missed by Many.🙏🏻❤️

Lynne Galbraith Bouchard

December 4, 2019

Dear Kerrie,
Fly my little angel.
All my love to you.
Lynne and family💖👼🌠

Ted Kent

November 30, 2019

Good night my sweet Kerrie.

Mardi Baker

November 26, 2019

I remember working with Kerrie and laughing our heads off all day! She was so fun to be around, always a smile. Those are the memories I choose to keep.💜 The world has lost a special one.

My condolences to Jim, and all of Kerrie’s family. So so sorry for your loss.💔