Molly C. Remaley – 12/24/2021

December 28th, 2021

Molly Colleen Remaley died gently Christmas Eve, December 24th 2021, in her childhood home in Marcus Hook, PA surrounded by her dear family and loved ones after a heroic battle with cancer.

Molly came into this world on May 9th, 1981 in Crozer Hospital, to devoted parents, John and Kathleen Remaley. She graduated from Padua Academy in 1999, growing up surrounded by love with 6 siblings and an abundance of nieces and nephews. Molly met her partner, Ric Doran and had a beautiful son Ricky, with whom she treasured above all else.

Molly is survived by her partner; son; parents; sisters, Monica, Clare, Frances, and MaryKate; brothers, John Jr. and Matthew; and many others who will keep Molly in their hearts.

A warm and generous person, Molly devoted much of her time to her passions, such as making jewelry by hand, giving her creations as gifts or selling them, working at the leather stand at the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire, and she especially loved to take her time to bask in the glory of her coffee mug collection, picking the perfect one to match her mood. Molly was no stranger to passing on her interests like Dr. Who, Star Wars, and mug collecting to her younger sisters and anyone who would lend a listening ear. She was cherished by her family and friends, and will never be forgotten.

Her funeral Mass will be held on Thursday, December 30th at 11am at St. John Fisher Church 4225 Chichester Ave. Boothwyn, Pa.  Friends and family are invited for visitation from 9-10:30am in church.  Prior to mass beginning there will be words of remembrance shared.  For those not able to attend in person, the link below can be used to stream the Funeral Mass.

12 thoughts on “Molly C. Remaley – 12/24/2021

  • By Mrs. Rebecca Manelski, Padua Academy on

    My prayers and sincere sympathy for the family.

  • By Christy Eller on

    This is devastating to hear. Molly and were friends throughout HS-SJF and I have many fond memories. She was always a kind soul. I will be keeping the Remaley Family in my thoughts and prayers.

  • By The Burns Family on

    Sending you all our love, prayers, and deepest sympathy. Molly was such a wonderful and kind person and will live on in our hearts forever. Thinking of you all at this time.

  • By Stringer Family on

    John, Kathy, Monica and family our deepest condolences.

  • By Kathy Chudnofsky on

    Praying for Molly’s family during this difficult time. So sorry for your loss.

  • By Shirley Wilhelmy on

    John and Kathleen, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. May you find comfort in the memories you’ve made with Molly, and may she always live in your heart.

  • By Kim Petit-Clair on

    My deepest condolences to Molly’s family.

  • By Kathy Christy/Brazill & Tom Brazill on

    Kathy, John, Monica and the entire Family.
    My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.
    I pray you will all be able to find peace in your hearts and know Molly will always be your ANGEL to guide you all each and every day. May she remind you with shiny dimes, sweet Cardinals and butterflies!!!

  • By Janette Kirchner on

    When ever I would go to Emperor’s Needle, Molly was always there. She gave the best, warmest hugs. She was so incredibly kind and we had a similar sense of humor. All of my love to her loved ones and family.

  • By Morgan Burns on

    I have known Molly my entire life. She was nothing but a bright light, sometimes literally. She would always love to tend a fire if it was there. She loved staying busy and lending a hand. We will all miss her❤

  • By Rita McDonald on

    Kathy, John and family you are in my thoughts and prayers. Gv

  • By Nehemiah Trostle on

    My deepest sympathy and prayers for Molly’s family during this time.

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