January 20, 1954 – October 9, 2020
Wendy Jane Widmann of Brockton, Massachusetts, passed away peacefully on October 9, 2020 from complications of Multiple Sclerosis.
Wendy was born on January 20, 1954 at Christ Hospital in Jersey City to William and Alice Widmann. She graduated from Scituate High School and then went on to graduate from Boston College School of Nursing, magna cum laude.
She spent her working career as an RN at Brockton Hospital. Wendy had a love for the ocean, her dogs, and her forever home in Brockton.
She is survived by her brothers Gary, David (Patty) and Jon (Beth), and many nephews and nieces.
Services are Private.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
October 20, 2020
Wendy will long be remembered by all of us at Life Care Center of the South Shore. Her tenacity and determination, strength and independence were hallmarks of her personality. Please accept our deepest condolences.
The Staff at Life Care Center of the South Shore
October 18, 2020
My deepest sympathy to Wendy's family and all who had the pleasure to have known her. I was a student with Wendy at Scituate High and we shared a healthy competitive spirit in the sciences. She was lovely, with a quick wit and winning smile. Karen Larson -Sullivan
October 14, 2020
So sorry to read of Wendy's passing.
I worked with Wendy at Brockton Hospital years ago. She was an excellent nurse.
One day I was showing my coworkers some pictures of my new house I was building. She happened to be walking by and saw the picture of my house under construction. She immediately recognized the wooded area surrounding the house and said you are building your house behind my parent's home in Scituate.
It was just so funny that she immediately recognized the wooded lot.
Rest in peace Wendy.
October 13, 2020
Wendy loved the New York Yankees! We joked about as she is surrounded by Red Sox fans! I remember buying her a Yankee travel mug for her coffee! I enjoyed listening to her stories while working with her in therapy. Rest In Peace Wendy.