I read Marion Cavanaugh's obituary. Did you know she was a nurse to pediatrician? I wonder if she was somehow connected to the adoptions of babies from Radley. I'm doubting Charlotte's story that it was Bethenny who pushed Marion from the roof.
It could be. Wouldn’t it be an interesting story to find out it was Mary who pushed Marion?
for anyone else who wants to read the obituary:
The passing of Marion Cavanaugh is a great loss for many in Rosewood. She left us too soon, off to some new adventures, something the rest of us could not see. Although she was not a rich woman, not famous… She was Mom and Friend and Marion. She was a kind soul and a bright spirit. She will be surely missed.
A life long resident of Rosewood, Pennsylvania, Marion Cavanaugh was beloved by many. Having grown up in the small community, she had forged a lifetime of friends and touched many lives.
After attending Rosewood High, Marion went on to Nursing School at Hollis College and graduated as an LVN. She soon took a full-time job working for local Pediatrician, Dr. Laura Sylvester. Marion loved her work and would regularly express how fortunate she felt to have found a job where she could help children become the healthy, successful people they would become.
In her private time, Marion loved the outdoors. Hiking and camping were passions of hers in her younger years and even when the pressures of live prevented the exclusive trips she never took, she would make a point to get into the local wilderness as much as possible. Bird-watching became a hobby and she would spend hours cataloging her sightings.
Marion is survived by her husband, Daniel, and son, Toby.
but also as a side note, this is a super long obituary, is it not? Like it could just be different here but obituaries here in my city are relatively short. “Although she was not a rich woman, not famous….” is such an odd thing to write in an obit >.<