January 31, 1929 – February 22, 2020
Pauline Q. Fallow, 91, of West Yarmouth passed away February 22, 2020 at Mill Hill Residence. Born on January 31, 1929 to Robert E. Quinn and Mary I. (Carter) Quinn in Providence, RI. She attended the University of Rhode Island and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in English. Pauline volunteered as a teaching assistant in schools in Duxbury in the 70’s and enjoyed helping students. Shen later enjoyed volunteering at a local thrift shop on the Cape. She donated to numerous charities and always looked to help the disadvantaged.
She is predeceased by her husband, Gordon Fallow, her sisters Norma Quinn- Richards and Penelope Quinn, and her brothers Cameron (Ronnie) Quinn and Robert C. Quinn.
She is survived by her children: Paul, Jonathan, Matthew, Mary and James as well as 8 grandchildren and one great grandchild as well as many nieces and nephews.
Visiting hours will be held from 8:30-9:30 am on Monday March 2, 2020 at Doane, Beal and Ames, South Dennis, MA. Funeral Mass will be held at St. Pius X Church, South Yarmouth, MA on Monday March 2, 2020 at 10 am. Burial will be at Rhode Island Veterans Memorial Cemetery is Tuesday March 3, 2020 at 11am.
- Visiting Hours Monday, March 2, 2020
- Funeral Mass Monday, March 2, 2020
- Burial Tuesday, March 3, 2020
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March 31, 2020
My Grandparents gave me the greatest gift. 4 other grandparents in their best friends. I will always remember the Sears group; The Crawley’s, Fallow’s and Charland’s . The memories I have of the house in Harwich and the deck overlooking the marsh. They were so full of love, life and kindness. I will always love you Polly. You were the last of a great generation. I will always tell your Murphy twin joke and think of you ❤️
February 27, 2020
Frank and I have so many wonderful memories of both Polly and Gordon. But I have the most of Polly. Where to start? All the afternoons I would walk over and sit and talk. Polly made nachos and she would give me,advice. The bridge games we had. All the meals we shared, some she made and some I made. She and Gordon celebrated my birthday and anniversary with us for several years. She was a wonderful lady. She would always talk about the grandchildren of whom she was so proud. And occasionally complain about Gordon. When she no longer was able to come to us, we brought Pizza and wings to them on Sundays. She was quieter then but still knew us and enjoyed a laugh. Frank always had jokes. Eventually she no longer remembered us, but we will never forget her. She was like a friend and mother. We loved her dearly. We know her family misses the woman she was. She is at peace and back with Gordon. Donna