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Gillooly Funeral Home

126 Walpole Street, Norwood, MA

OBITUARY

Louise D. Grant

March 30, 1952July 19, 2020

Louise D. (Donovan) Grant, 68, of Norwood, passed away on July 19, 2020. Born in Boston, she was the daughter of the late Daniel and Joan (Shepherd) Donovan. Louise is survived by her loving daughter, Kimberly Grant; her adored grandchildren, Benjamin and Jane Bahm of Walpole, MA; her cherished siblings, Joan (Paul) Silvi of Wrentham, MA, Daniel (Sherry) Donovan of Winter Gardens, Fl, John Donovan of Derry, NH, Timothy (Margaret) Donovan of Auburn, NH and Michael Donovan of Manchester, NH; and many nieces and nephews. Louise was very passionate about nursing. She worked at Faulkner Hospital for many years and, both professionally and privately, always cared for the people around her. She had a love for animals and rescued many dogs and cats to live their life out in her home over the years. In her later years, she enjoyed spending time with her family and especially cherished the summer weeks at the beach with her grandchildren. Services will be held privately at Gillooly Funeral Home in Norwood, with burial to follow at Highland Cemetery in Norwood. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Louise’s honor to Almost Home Animal Sanctuary Inc.; 6251 Hart Road Little Valley, New York 14755

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Miriam Mitchell

July 24, 2020

I can’t even express what a huge loss this is to me she is.gonna be deeply missed our many conversations on the phone I will always cherish her caringness her advice and the laughter we had I can still hear her laugh I’m so thankful I had that friendship she was very close to my mother and that meant the world to me we often talked about her she adored her daughter and her grandchildren she often talked about also She was always there to listen and cared. She was an amazing woman with a great fun loving personality that could just make you laugh when you were down I will miss talking to her so much but I know now she’s not sick or in pain and is with her loved ones in heaven I will continue to talk to her in prayer. Kimberly I am so very sorry for your loss

Laura Pedone

July 23, 2020

Louise, you were a force of nature. I'm so grateful you were a warm, loving presence in Libby and Kyle's lives. You are missed.

Carol Lundgren

July 23, 2020

I will always remember the good times we had over many summers. The camping trips(Inez get your grey ass over here) . The pool in my yard when Kim hurt her nose. I have always cherished those memories. Rest In Peace my friend. Till we meet again!

Marybeth Zinni

July 22, 2020

Kim, please know that you and your entire family will continue to be in my thoughts and prayers.
With love, Marybeth

Elizabeth Princiotta

July 22, 2020

Kimberly,
I am so sad to hear of your moms passing. I’ve known her for over 35 years. We attended nursing school together and years later worked together at Faulkner. Over the past 10 or so years I became closest to her. Though I did not see her we often shared our faith in the Lord with each other. She loved Jesus and was a true woman of faith. The Bible says.to be absent in the body is to be present in the Lord. In a twinkling of An eye she was home with Him. I pray it brings you some comfort in knowing that in Christ you will be indeed reunited again. She is home now. So hard for us left here this side of heaven. I know how much she cherished you and your children. I will be praying for the Lords Comfort and Grace to you. I loved your Mom and I look forward to seeing her again in our heavenly home♥️

Suzanne Long

July 22, 2020

Dear Kim and family

Sincere sympathy concerning the loss of your Mom. I know she provided love and support and will be missed.

Elizabeth Kelly & Joanna Thomas

July 22, 2020

Auntie holds a special place in many of our fondest childhood memories. From handmade Halloween costumes and prom night makeup to sleepovers, campouts, and beach days too plentiful to count, we’ll forever remember her wonderful talents, fun-loving spirit, and generous heart.

Rest in peace, Auntie. We love you.

Elizabeth Love Borell

July 22, 2020

Dahhllling.
You were always my cherished friend . We often said we were more like sisters. I will miss you
Louise.

Wayne Mitchell

July 22, 2020

Many fun memories from back in the Miller Street days. Rest in peace Louise❤️

Ashley Borell

July 22, 2020

Louise always had a great sense of humor and I enjoyed being around her. She was a good friend to my mom Elizabeth for almost 50 years and we will all miss her and always remember her fondly.

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