Obituary of Margot M. McNulty
Margot Marie Jeanne McNulty
Margot was born in Luxembourg on April 15, 1927 to Josephine and Bernard Flammang. In 1944, during the time the Allies were liberating the country from Nazi Germany occupation, she met Joseph Peter McNulty, a sergeant in the US Army. Margot was smitten by his South Philadelphian good looks, and the couple married on October 20, 1945 The marriage lasted 53 years and produced five children (Lorraine, Linda, Dennis, Patricia, and David), 12 grandchildren, and 13 great grandchildren.
Having been born and raised in Luxembourg, Margot was fluent in 4 languages: Luxembourgish, French, German, and English. Being the wife of an Army Command Sergeant-Major, Margot traveled and lived in Germany, Turkey, Japan, and Thailand before settling in Fort Monmouth, NJ. Wherever the family lived, Margot always made certain her growing family experienced a loving and warm home. Upon Joe's discharge from the Army in 1972, Margot and family relocated and settled in Willingboro, NJ where they spent many happy years.
In the late 70's, Margot worked weekend night shifts at a New Jersey State group home for girls in Trenton for an enjoyable few years. In true Margot fashion, she often cheered the residents with homemade baked goods. She was also an active parishioner at Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Church in Willingboro, NJ.
Margot is predeceased by her husband Joseph, her son Dennis, and her younger brother Roby. Suffering from the devastation of Alzheimer's, Margot spent the last four years at the Masonic Home in Burlington, NJ. While the dreaded disease slowly crippled her mind and body, it never destroyed her faith and spirit. Margot rejoined her beloved husband, son, and brother on November 6, 2022.
Liturgy of Christian burial will be celebrated Thursday, November 10,2022, 10:30am at the Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Church, 11 South Sunset Road, Willingboro, NJ. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her visitation, Thursday morning, 9:30am – 10:30am at the church. Interment will private and at the convenience of her family.
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