Obituaries » Cecile McGuinness
March 5, 1943 - April 24, 2021
A Memorial Mass will be held at St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church 1150 W. Centre Ave. Portage, MI 49024, on Friday, April 30, 2021 beginning at 11:00 AM, (livestream link options available below on this webpage) and she will be laid to rest privately with her husband at Ft. Custer National Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Rose Arbor Hospice Residence, c/o the funeral home.
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April 30, 2021
My dear friend, Cece, I so enjoyed our last conversation with you when we had our mutual birthdays in March. Although we did not physically see other for many years, we had a strong bond and communicated often via phone. I was calling you, for several weeks, and could not get through, and finally called your workplace, only to be told that you had passed away. I was in total shock as you never even mentioned in our last phone call that you were ill. Just watched your Memorial Service, and although I had tears in my eyes, they were happy tears, as I know without a doubt, that you are with our Lord Jesus Christ, and are happily reunited with the love of your life, Dan. With my Love and many Blessings as you continue on your path.
April 29, 2021
My Dear sister CeCe, I have always loved you and wanted to be closer to you. You were so happy and cheerful and laughing all the time. I will never forget you. I remember when you taught me how to make a wreath from the forest behind us.And I want to thank you for taking me for a week before I got on a bus to go to Florida to be with Bill 50 yrs ago. You are now an Angel watching over all of us. Now you can see all the rest of your family. I will miss you so,especially your Sneezes,no one Sneezes like you!!!!Love you always. Debbie-your sister
April 29, 2021
Debbie, Jimmy and Brian I am very sorry for the loss of your sister. I only saw her a few times, but I remember thinking she was so wise and sophisticated because she was older than us.