Terrance  McDonough

Obituary of Terrance James McDonough

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Terrance (Terry) James McDonough, 57, of Kingston, MA, passed away on February 15th surrounded by his family.

Terrance was born in Boston to loving parents Coleman and June McDonough 

He went to high school at Quincy High and graduated in 1984. He went on to earn a certificate in Computer Science from Wentworth. He worked as a Network Specialist for The American Red Cross for many years. He enjoyed his Boston sports teams, especially the Patriots.  He received High Honors in his school years.

Terrance enjoyed playing baseball and hockey as a kid.  He was detailed oriented and excelled in drawing and painting.   He created the winning model in the Soap box Derby when in the scouts. He loved his pets, a parakeet and cats, starting with Binky.

Terrance is survived by his devoted wife, Pattie of Kingston, MA.  He is survived by his brother Michael Cox and wife Corrine of Weymouth, brother Coleman McDonough and husband Matthew of Marshfield.  Nieces Corrine Roberts and husband Darragh of Pembroke, Jennifer McGuire and husband Phil from Hingham, Jacquelyn Pash and husband Brian of Allendale New Jersey, a brother in law Michael Hubbard of Kingston and many great nieces and nephews.

Calling hours will be held for Terrance on Thursday Feb. 22, 2024 from 4-8 pm at the Shepherd Funeral Home, 216 Main St. Kingston.

For memorial donations may be made to American Lung Association, donations@lung.org. 

A Memorial Tree was planted for Terrance
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Shepherd Funeral & Cremation Service - Kingston
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Terrance  McDonough

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Terrance McDonough

1966 - 2024

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