Jenine M. “Sissy” (Tallent) Manley, age 86

of Quincy

Jenine M. “Sissy” (Tallent) Manley, age 86

Quincy, Jenine M. “Sissy” (Tallent) Manley, age 86, of Quincy, died peacefully, Thursday, January 21, 2021 at Alliance Health at Braintree.

Born in Boston, to the late Kenneth J. and Rose (Blanco) Tallent, she was raised and educated there. She had lived in Quincy for ten years, previously in Hull for fifteen years, and earlier in South Boston.

Sissy was employed as a waitress at the former Englewood Diner in Dorchester and the former Mul’s Diner in South Boston.

Beloved wife of the late Edward J. Triggs.

Devoted mother of Richard A. Manley of Quincy, Kenneth J. Manley and his wife Susan of Whitman.

Loving grandmother of Erik, Jennifer, Jodi, and Keith.

Cherished great-grandmother of Caitlyn, Michael, Patrick, Conor, Sophia, Kylie, Logan, Grace, and Ella.

One of seven siblings, she was the dear sister of Martin “Sonny” Tallent and his late wife Mary, Richard “Barky” Tallent and his late wife Joanne, Kenneth “Cookie” Tallent and his wife Joyce, and was predeceased by Robert Tallent, Raymond Tallent and his surviving wife Alice “Allie”, and Patricia Tallent. Sissy is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

In light of current events, funeral services are private.

For those who wish, donations in Jenine’s memory may be made to Catholic Charities of Boston, 275 W. Broadway, Boston, MA 02127.


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  • So very sorry for your family’s loss at this most difficult time I will be keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers during this most difficult time

  • Doug and I are so sorry for you loss. We will always cherish the wonderful memories of times we spent with Sissy and Eddie. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers. ♡

  • With deepest sympathy. We’ll remember cousin Sissy with love and will miss her very much. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  • We are so saddened to hear about Nana’s passing. The kids and I loved her very much. Family gatherings won’t be the same without her.

  • The kids and I are so sad to hear of Nana’s passing. We loved her very much. Holidays will not be the same without her.

  • I was so very to hear about Nana Manley’s passing. I use to take Caitlin there when she was a little girl and she would spend the day going to the beach with Nana and Grandpa, and then go back to Nana’s house to “cook” with Nana. They both had a wonderful time. Caitlin always came home with cookies and trinkets. My sympathy’s to the whole wonderful family.

  • I Will miss you very much my friend…..Miss you not being on the bus to go to Walmart n Roche Bros on Wednesdays…..God Bless You
    and Rest in peace.❤