Marcia Feeney Obituary – Newtown, NJ – The Trentonian

Longtime Bucks County resident Marcia Feeney, 85, died this weekend at Pickering Manor in Newtown. Marcia was born on Lengthy Island, New York and grew up in Brattleboro, Vermont. She attended Emerson Faculty in Boston and graduated with a Bachelor’s diploma in Speech and Drama. Later, she attended Ohio State College the place she earned a Grasp’s diploma in Speech Pathology. After her commencement from Emerson Faculty, she married Richard Feeney (deceased). The couple had six kids: Linda Feeney of Falls Township, Richard Feeney of Altamonte Springs, Florida, Theresa Feeney Chook (deceased), James Feeney of Levittown, Denise Feeney of Levittown, and Sandra Feeney (deceased). Along with her kids, she is survived by her brother A. Stephen Farrington (Carol) of Brattleboro, Vermont, her sister-in-law Betty Jones of Claremont, New Hampshire, her grandson Ray Feeney of Levittown, and her great-granddaughter, Lily Feeney. As a speech pathologist, she touched the lives of many individuals. She labored with the Bucks County Intermediate Unit offering speech remedy to college students in a number of Bucks County public faculties serving to them to beat speech and communication issues. As an impartial marketing consultant, she labored with personal purchasers and stroke sufferers in native convalescent properties. She helped a whole bunch to seek out their speech once more. After her retirement, one in all her most satisfying accomplishments was the publication of a kids’s e book titled The Easter that Virtually Wasn’t. Along with writing the story, she additionally drew the illustrations. Donations in her reminiscence could also be made to Emerson Faculty. To donate on-line, go to Please make sure to embrace a be aware within the remark discipline designating your present “In honor of Marcia Feeney”. To donate by verify, please mail your present to Emerson Faculty, Workplace of Institutional Development, 120 Boylston Avenue, Boston, MA 02116. Kinfolk and buddies could pay their respects throughout visiting hours on Friday, June 16, 10 am to midday, on the Swartz-Givnish Funeral Dwelling, 323 E. Washington Ave., Newtown, PA. A memorial service will observe the visiting hours, starting at midday. To view obituary on line go to:

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