Mary C. (Kennedy) McConville, age 91

of Braintree

Mary C. (Kennedy) McConville, age 91

Mary C. (Kennedy) McConville, age 91, a longtime resident of Braintree, died peacefully, Monday, August 7, 2023 in the comfort of her home, surrounded by her loving family.

Mary was born in Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada, to the late Joseph and Elizabeth J. (Mitchell) Kennedy. Raised and educated in Weymouth, she was a graduate of Weymouth High School. She lived in Braintree for sixty years.

Mary was the co-founder and co-owner with her late husband, John, of the former Giroux Express Company of Braintree, a shipping company.

Mary enjoyed cooking, decorating, and watching the QVC channel.

Most of all, Mary was devoted to her family, especially her grandchildren and great grandchildren, actively supporting their many activities and accomplishments.

Beloved wife of the late John L. McConville.

Devoted mother of Maureen A. LaBianca of Braintree and Kathleen A. “Katie” Stark of San Diego, Calif.

Loving grandmother of Melissa, Michelle, and Jack. Loving great-grandmother of Gianni, Gioia, Giuliana, and Roma.

Dear sister of the late Elizabeth “Betty Ann” Kennedy and the late Joan Kennedy.

At the request of the family, funeral services were private.


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  • I will miss seeing you on my visits to your home for my haircut.. You were always sweet and pleasant to me. I know you will sorely missed by everyone who knew you.

  • Mary was such a loving and selfless person. I’m grateful for having the opportunity to get to know her and her family, even if it was for a short time.

  • To the entire McConville family: Such a beautiful picture to remember your mom, grandmother and great grandmother by. So glad you shared that part of her with us.

    I will always remember how sweet and welcoming your mom was to me every time I was at the house. Even as she waned, she wanted to know how I was doing and hoped I was well.

    And the Tchotchkes and gadgets from QVC. Oh, yes!

    Wishing you an abundance of peace and comfort at this difficult time, with deepest sympathy.