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FRAMINGHAM – Therese Margaret Treacy (formerly Kinnaly) passed away peacefully on May 16, 2020 after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. This disease did not define her, it was a small part of the story of her life.

She was an amazing woman who made everyone feel welcomed and loved. She made the world a brighter place.

Terri grew up in East Boston and was the daughter of George and Theresa (Miniscalco) Kinnaly. She had one brother, George Kinnaly (deceased) of Saugus, MA and is survived by her sister-in-law Eleanor Kinnaly of Middleton, MA. Terri is also preceded in passing by her loving
husband, John Treacy.

Terri and John were married for 53 years and resided in Sudbury. They lovingly raised their 3 children Anne, Steve and Kevin.

Terri worked for over 20 years at AT&T as both a Customer
Service Representative and Sales Representative.

After raising her children, she then returned to work as a Group Leader at Sudbury Extended Day at the Josiah Haynes School for 20 years. In that role, Terri was a loving figure who used patience and kindness with all the children in her care. She enjoyed doing arts and crafts projects with the children and she enhanced the lives of all in her care.

She is survived by her daughter Anne Lee and husband Patrick of Newton MA formerly of Sudbury and their children Briana, Katie & Conor; her son Stephen Treacy and wife Jennifer of Brookline, NH and their children Caitlin, Braden & Devyn; and son Kevin Treacy and wife Jen
of Framingham, and their children Brendan and Matthew.

Terri deeply loved all of her children and grandchildren. Her happiest moments were spent with family and friends going out to dinner, shopping or watching sporting events. She was loved by so many people of all ages and always found the good in everyone.

A private burial will be held for immediate family and a Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations should be contributed to the Alzheimer’s Association online at

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Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.