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Virginia C. Nee-O'Niel
November 8, 1955 ~ July 11, 2023 (age 67) 67 Years Old
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Virginia "Ginny" Christina Nee-O'Niel, 67, of Braintree, MA, passed away on July 11, 2023. Born on November 8, 1955, in Boston, Ginny was a fun-loving person who was always up for an adventure. She enjoyed going to concerts, spending time with friends, and never said no to a pool party. In the summer, she spent most of her time at her favorite vacation spot on Martha's Vineyard. Ginny was also an avid lover of animals. She rescued many cats and gave them a loving home. She also volunteered and donated to a local cat shelter. Because of Ginny's love of the law, she always found time to help and advise people on legal matters.
Ginny is survived by her long-time loving partner of twenty years, Paul Faulstich of Braintree, her brother Dennis Nee of Braintree, her nephews George Nee of Texas, Derek Nee, Branden Nee, and her niece Dotty Williams all of Florida. She was preceded in death by her parents, George and Joan Nee.
Ginny graduated from Braintree High School, class of 1973. She furthered her education at the National Academy of Paralegal Studies in 1989. She dedicated 30 years of her career to being a paralegal. Ginny worshipped at St. Francis in Braintree.
Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend a graveside service at Blue Hill Cemetery, Braintree on Monday, July 17, 2023, at 1:30 PM. Those attending are kindly asked to gather at the cemetery office at 1:15 PM, located at 700 West Street, Braintree.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to an animal shelter in Ginny's memory.
Ginny will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her. Her infectious laughter, zest for life, and love for animals will forever be cherished.