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Sarah "Sally" A. (Harrington) Arrigo
June 12, 1949 ~ April 19, 2023 (age 73) 73 Years Old
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Sarah Ann Arrigo (Harrington) “Sally” is embraced in the heavenly arms
of her parents Sarah (Munroe) and George Harrington as well as reuniting
with her brother George Harrington and his wife Gail, her sister Mary
McLaughlin and her husband Michael, her mother-in-law Alvena Arrigo and
her sister-in-law Lindy Corbett all of whom have been missed so much.
She is survived by her devoted husband Ronald Arrigo; her Father-in-law
Pasquale Arrigo and brothers-in-law James Corbett, Glen and Andy Arrigo
and sisters-in-law Patty, Elise, Judy and Karen Arrigo and her son
Robert Morse Jr.; her daughter Amy Lindqvist and her husband Patrick and
her five grandchildren Amanda, Kira, Mia, Sean and Kyle.
Sally also left behind her fur baby Jillian (Jilly), a Siberian husky
she rescued from North Carolina and loved very much. Sally’s husband,
dog and family were her most cherished blessings.
Sally was known for her kind heart, love of flowers, gardening and
creating the most beautiful hand-braided rugs. She was very creative
and took a lot of pride in her love of crafting.
Sally marked her 30 plus year affiliation as Rug Chairman with the
Topsfield Fair as one of the pinnacle achievements in her life. Being
part of the Topsfield Fair meant everything to her. Making and teaching
others the lost art of hand-braided rugs was a source of great joy and
fun for Sally.
Sally loved country life which included music, especially John Denver
and decorating her home for the holidays especially Christmas. She loved
nature and the ocean and was a proud member of the National Wildlife
Federation and the Audubon Society.
Sally touched the lives of every person in a special way who met her and
was always there when they needed her. She was an incredibly beautiful
soul and will be greatly missed by us all.
Funeral services will be held Mackey Funeral Home128 S. Main (Rt 114) Middleton, MA With her visiting hours on Friday, 4/28 4-7 PM
Her Funeral Mass will take place on Saturday, 4/29 10 AM St. Rose of Lima Parish, 35Park St., Topsfield, MA
Burial immediately following, at Boxford Village Cemetery, Boxford, MA
Flowers are welcomed but the family would also be pleased if you could make a donation to the National Wildlife Federation https://www.nwf.org/
or the Alzheimer’s Foundation in her memory. http://www.alzfdn.org/