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Marion A (Sukenick) Pelick
February 3, 1932 ~ October 30, 2023 (age 91) 91 Years Old
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Visiting hours will be held Thursday Morning from 9:30-10:30 at ROBERTS FUNERAL HOME, 30 South Street in Foxboro followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at St Mary's Church in Foxboro at 11:00. Relatives and friends invited. Interment will be private.
Marion A (Sukenick) Pelick, a beacon of love, kindness, and gentleness, passed away peacefully on October 30, 2023, in Medfield, MA. She was born on February 3, 1932, in Scranton, PA, to the late Peter and Stella Sukenick. Her warm presence and unending love will be missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her.
Marion was a devoted mother, an adoring grandmother, and a cherished sister. She found her greatest joy in her family, dedicating her life to nurturing and caring for her loved ones. Her children - Michele Kelley and her husband Richard, Martin Pelick and his wife Susan, Mark Pelick, Melissa Baldo and her husband Mark, Matthew Pelick and his wife Beth, Marshall Pelick and his wife Kathleen, Marianne Durham and her husband Kevin, and the late Michael Pelick - were the recipients of her endless love and affection. She was the beloved "Grand Ma" to Jake, Samantha, Jillian, Abby, Susie, Zack, Jenna, Paige, Haley, Mary-Madison, Miranda, Merrick, Matthew, Jace, Charlize, Liam, Sadie, Shelby, and the late Baby Sydney. Her great-grandchildren - Carter, Mila, Chase, Quinn, Colton, and MacKinsey - were the apples of her eye.
Marion was the loving sister of the late Barbara Deighan. She is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, in-laws, and friends, all of whom held a special place in her heart. Marion had a unique ability to make everyone feel loved and cherished. Her gentle nature and kind spirit made her a beloved figure in her community.
A high school graduate, Marion chose a fulfilling and rewarding career as a homemaker. She was a master of her craft, creating a warm, welcoming home filled with love and laughter. Her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren were the beneficiaries of her nurturing spirit, and her home was a haven of comfort and joy.
Marion had a passion for crochet, a craft she mastered with love and patience. Her creations, like her, were works of art - beautiful, intricate, and made with love. She was also an avid sports fan, always on the sidelines cheering on her grandchildren. Marion was a skilled seamstress who loved to sew. Her creations, like her crochet work, were labors of love, each stitch imbued with her warmth and care. She was also an excellent cook, and her kitchen was often filled with the delicious aromas of her latest culinary creations.
Playing with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren was one of Marion's greatest joys. She had a unique ability to connect with the youngest members of her family, her love for them evident in every game, every story, and every hug. Her love for her family was boundless, and her greatest joy was spending time with them.
Marion will be remembered for her loving nature, her kind spirit, and her gentle soul. She touched the lives of many with her warmth and kindness, leaving a lasting legacy of love. Her memory will live on in the hearts of her family and friends, a testament to a life well-lived and a woman well-loved. Marion A (Sukenick) Pelick will be deeply missed by all who knew her, but her legacy of love and kindness will continue to inspire those who were fortunate enough to have known her.