George Mccormack Obituary, Death – George P. McCormack, who had lived in Brighton in the past but was now a resident of West Newton, Massachusetts, passed away on Tuesday, January 3, 2023 at the house he shared with his family in West Newton. He was surrounded by his loved ones at the time of his passing. He was 93. George McCormack was the son of Bernard McCormack and Marguerite (Murphy) McCormack, both of whom passed away before their son was born.
On July 24th, 1929, he entered the world in Brighton. He started his education at Brighton High School, where he eventually earned his diploma. After that, he enlisted in the United States Air Force and served throughout the Korean War. Allston is his place of birth. After being honorably discharged from the service, he embarked on a prosperous and lengthy career in Watertown, Massachusetts, first with the Hood Rubber Company and then at Doble Engineering. These two establishments are found inside the confines of the same metropolitan area.
George was a member of the congregation of the Our Lady of Presentation Church that was situated in Brighton prior to the church’s closing down. The church has since been closed down. He was devoted to music and possessed a talent that was well known across the community, earning him respect and admiration from its residents. He delighted the congregation at church occasions and beyond with his enchanting singing voice, which he used to perform for them. He took great pleasure in doing so. On his spare time, he enjoyed working with wood and spending the summers in Cape Cod with his family. During the school year, he attended college.
In his younger years, he was a member of the Knights of Columbus and the Elks Club, both of which were based in Brighton Center. He was quite involved in both of these organizations. In addition to his wife Mary Lou (Carey) McCormack, he is reunited in Heaven with his late son Michael McCormack and his deceased siblings Anne Cotter, Bernard McCormack, Robert McCormack, Joseph McCormack, and Francis McCormack. His wife Mary Lou (Carey) McCormack is also in Heaven with him.
His children, Marianne Cusano (Allen) of Hampton, New Hampshire, Kathleen Amaral of Seekonk, Maureen Herrick of Newton, Tricia McCormack (Bryan Macnie) of Newton, Mimi Gunning (Joe) of Holliston, and Ellen Kelly (Jim) of Ashland are among those who are left behind after his passing. In addition, he has ten grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, and a large number of nieces, nephews, and their families to mourn his passing.