Jacqueline Leahy

Jacqueline Leahy

Thursday, April 15th, 1937 Saturday, May 16th, 2020

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Obituary for Jacqueline M. Leahy (Iervolino)

Jacqueline M. (Iervolino) Leahy, 83 of Cumberland, and formerly of Warren and Bristol, died Saturday May 16 2020 at Landmark Hospital in Woonsocket.

She was the wife of the late Robert K. Leahy Sr.

Jacqueline was born in Warren a daughter of the late Adam and Amelia (Petrucci) Iervolino.

She was a homemaker.

Mrs. Leahy has lived At Mt. St. Rita Health Center in Cumberland for the last 4 years, coming from Bristol and Warren, where she spent most of her life.

Jacqueline liked dancing with her late husband, going camping, above all else she adored her children and grandchildren, and great grandson and loved spending time with her family.

She was the mother Robert K Leahy Jr. and his wife Cheryl of Lincoln, Cheryl Bryan and her husband Doug of Riverside and Cynthia Barnowski and her husband Norman of Warren.

She was the grandmother of Michael Barnowski, James Boulanger Jr., Jennifer Barnowski, Jordon Leahy, Nathan Leahy, Jillian Leahy, Aliyah Boulanger, and Katie Viera.

She was also the great grandmother of Ryan Barnowski.

Mrs. Leahy was also survived by many nieces and nephews.

She was the sister of the late Adam, Tom, Ralph, Mike, Camille Iervolino, Louise Conway ,Viola Stimpson, Patricia Iervolino, and Anne Iervolino.

Funeral Services are private.

She will be buried at the Rhode Island Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Exeter.


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    Rhode Island Veterans Memorial Cemetery
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Thomas S. Leahy

My Aunt Jackie was "Awesome"
My Uncle Bob was a long time Red Sox fan, but it was my aunt Jackie that kept them tight, My father was her brother in law. My mother was one of her best friends forever for many years. My condolence's go out to my cousins, and all of the people that had the pleasure to meet her at one time in their life.To my 1st cousins Cheryl, Cindy, and Bobby......I Love you! cousin Tom
Comment | Posted at 05:29am via Condolence

Greg Cembrola

Our sincere condolences to the entire Leahy Family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
Comment | Posted at 10:11am via Condolence

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