Estelle M. (Logan) Gregor, of Rockland MA, passed away peacefully at her home on June 3, 2020. She was the most beloved and devoted wife of 57 years to the late John J. Gregor.
At 100 years of age she was the last of the Logan clan to leave us to reunite with her siblings Helen Geno, Evelyn Connolly, Blanche Burns, Walter Logan and Paul Logan, each so deeply missed by us all.
She was the most loving and caring mother to her 4 children. She is survived by her son Kevin J. Gregor, and his wife Robin, of Carver; son Gerard P. Gregor, and his wife Patricia, of Carver; daughter Karen Anne Rogg, and her husband William, of Rockland. “Grammy”, “Grandma Turkey” and “Grandma” will be especially missed, but so lovingly remembered, by her 11 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great-grandchildren.
By participating in their every celebration of holidays, birthdays, school functions and weddings, she was so very much a part of their lives. She was also blessed with so many, many loving nieces/grandnieces and nephews/grandnephews who always made her a special part of their lives, as they were to hers.
A seamstress by trade, and an avid knitter and crocheter, she was always plying her craft creating everything from her own wardrobe to afghans, baptismal outfits, apparel or apparel alterations for family, friends or churches. So many of us are very blessed to have some of these handcrafted heirlooms to treasure. Her very strong faith, along with her lifelong devotion to Our Blessed Mother and the Holy Family, gave her so much of the strength and energy she maintained and drew from until most recently. Her devout and inspirational nature made her the “go to” person for any prayer chain that was being initiated. So many memories, so many stories, but alas, so little time and so little space.
Visiting hours will be in the MacKinnon Funeral Home, 760 Washington St., Whitman on Monday, June 8 th from 6-8pm, and under Covid-19 restrictions funeral home can allow up to 40% capacity, and all visitors must wear a mask or covering.
A Funeral Mass, under the allowed-for COVID-19 restrictions maximum of 50 people, will be celebrated on Tuesday June 9 th at 9am at St. Bridget’s Church, 455 Plymouth St., Abington, MA.
Interment will follow at the Hanover Center Cemetery, 47 Main St. Hanover, MA. For directions or to send a condolence visit www.mackinnonfuneral.com