Virginia M. “Ginny” (Cooney) Crismond, age 94

of Quincy

Virginia M. “Ginny” (Cooney) Crismond, age 94

Virginia M. “Ginny” (Cooney) Crismond, age 94, a lifelong Quincy resident, died peacefully, Monday, May 25, 2020 at the Dwyer Home in Weymouth.

Born in Quincy, to the late George F. and Elizabeth F. (Osborne) Cooney, she was raised and educated there. She was a graduate of Quincy High School and the former Quincy City Hospital School of Nursing.

She was a registered nurse for several years and later became a well-known Quincy realtor. She was co-owner of the former Lyons Real Estate Company in Quincy for many years. Ginny was proud to have served as President of the South Shore Board of Realtors.

Ginny had a special love for children, animals, and cooking. She also had a vibrant personality and was devoted to her family and friends.

Beloved wife of the late Louis A. Crismond, M.D.

Devoted mother of Michael J. Crismond and his wife Jennifer of Centerville.

Loving grandmother of Amy R. Crismond of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., David M. Crismond of Watertown, and Matthew L. Crismond of Menlo Park, Calif.

Special mother of Pamela B. Baker and her husband William and their children, Amy F. Baker of Quincy, John Michael Baker of Kansas City, Mo., Tama L. Baker of Cohasset, Jillian R. Baker of Quincy, and the late William J. Baker and his wife Anne of Weymouth and their sons, Joseph W. Baker and Matthew R. Baker.

Ginny was one of six siblings and is survived by Maureen Berggren of Quincy, and was predeceased by Joan E. Dauphinee, Roberta Hickes, Barbara Boedeker, and Richard Cooney. She was also survived by many nieces and nephews.

In light of current events, funeral services were private. A memorial Mass and celebration of Virginia’s life will be held at a later date.

For those who wish, donations in Virginia’s memory may be made to the Dwyer Home, 25 Stonehaven Drive, Weymouth, MA 02190.


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  • My heartfelt sympathy to the family of Ginny, I used to bring her communion at the Dwyer Home. She was a delight to visit on Tuesdays. May she rest in peace. Maureen O’sullivan

  • My name is Pat, and I brought Holy Communion to Virginia at the Dwyer Home in South Weymouth. She loved receiving Communion, and I loved sharing time with her. I am so sorry to all of her family for her loss. I will truly miss her, as well. Pat

  • My heart goes out to the entire Cooney\Crismond family. For over 50 years the family has been a delight to know and have embraced my family and many more over the years. Peace. -Coley

  • Sending my deepest condolences to the Crismond family. Ginny was beautiful inside and out. It was a pleasure to see her everyday and enjoy her great sense of humor. She is so greatly missed. Sending prayers of peace and comfort during this difficult time.

  • Maureen, Michael and families…..just recently came across this on the Sweeney web. So sorry to learn of Ginnie’s passing. Dr. Lou was our family’s Primary Care Phys. when we all young in Adam Shore. Dr. Lou was wonderful! Ginny was stunning and caring cordial Summer neighbor and Mike a fun playmate at the beach. Baseball games on beach at low tide or sometimes in the field we built in the marsh. Digging for clams. And later to follow Mike’s basketball success at AWHS and Brown Univ. .

    Great memories! Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers.


    Bill Fleming and Famiy