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Mildred L. (Reilly) Coxall

Beloved mother, grandmother, sister, and friend.


Mildred L. (Reilly) Coxall, 92, a resident of Framingham, Massachusetts passed away peacefully on Wednesday, September 1st, 2021 at her home surrounded by loved ones.

Born in Lowell, Massachusetts, December 24th, 1928, the daughter of late John P. and the late Margaret (Montague) Reilly, she attended Lowell schools and was a graduate of Lowell High School.

Mildred went on to receive her Degree as a Licensed Practical Nurse from Westborough State Hospital School of Nursing.  She worked as a nurse in both private home care as well as a nurse for many years at St. Patrick's Manor prior to her retirement.

She was very involved with the Ashland, Holliston, Framingham, and Natick Senior Centers, where she made some of her most fond memories with her friends there.

Among her many interests, Mildred enjoyed reading, crocheting, playing bingo and getting together for a game of canasta with friends. She also enjoyed traveling to Florida, Maine and Colorado.

She is survived by her daughter: Christine M. Richard and her husband Dean, of Lynn; two sons: Daniel Coxall and his wife Nancy of Lonetree, Colorado and Michael Coxall of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; five grandchildren, Stephanie Laperchia and her husband Joey of Peabody, Jeffery Stark and his wife Samantha of Hopkington, Kendra Krieg and her husband Patrick of Acworch, GA, Candice Coxall of Denver, CO and Caylen Coxall of Littleton, CO; As well as five great grandchildren, Braxton, Eliott, Laila, Amelia, and Cristina; two sisters: Madeline Cheney and her husband Ed of Pelham, NH, and Mary Mrozak of Milwaukie, WI; and several nieces and nephews

She was also the mother of the late John J. Coxall, Jr. and sister of the late John F. Reilly.

Relatives and friends are to be received on Thursday September 9th, 2021 at the O’DONNELL FUNERAL HOME 276 PAWTUCKET ST. in LOWELL from 10:00-11:30 A.M. Her Funeral Service will follow at the Funeral home at 11:30 A.M. Burial will be at St. Patrick’s Cemetery in Lowell. E-condolences/directions can be found at Arrangements by Funeral Director James F. O'Donnell, Jr. (978) 458-8768

Condolences (6)
  • Debra Coxall King  - Rest In Peace
    Aunt Millie was a big part of my childhood. We went to visit almost every Friday night when she and Uncle John lived in Watertown. She always had snacks and an activity for us to do. Loved her lots
  • Richard Coxall Jr  - Glad we met :-)
    Mildred was definitely a unique 90yr old! Still drove a car, and drove it fast! Very alert and independent, she was blessed with good health and the ability to go it alone up until Our Father called her home. It was only a year since we’ve discovered each other, and I know I’m better for it. Thank you Mildred. A very well deserved, Rest In Peace.
  • Donna (Schaefer) Coxall and Li  - From your nieces
    Growing up our Mom Jackie always brought us to visit Aunt Millie and cousins, Michael, John, Daniel and Christine to visit after they moved from Waltham to Arlington Street in Framingham. Aunt Millie was our Moms dear friend and the epitome of grace. Always wanting to work and teach her children to work for what they got and never take anything they did not work for. that was important to her. It makes her stand out as a wonderful mom and person. She always referred to us as Jackie/Linda we don't know why but its what we remember. God Bless you dear Aunt Millie and rest in peace, Love to you from your nieces, Donna and Linda.
  • Mary Myers  - Miss you Millie
    A pleasure to be with Millie! A beautiful lady!
  • Cynthia and Richard Williams  - Rest In Peace Millie
    Millie was my mother’s best friend for years…they spent much time enjoying each other’s company. Millie always looked after my mom when she fell ill with Altzheimers….she was such a loving person and we enjoyed going out to dinner and spending time at my mom’s pool in the summer. God Bless her. She will be missed…..
  • Barbara Wright  - Miss You
    Millie I will miss you. Beautiful picture of a lady who made her way through life with style.
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