Marlena Maria Obituary, Marlena Maria Has Passed Away Unexpectedly

Marlena Maria Obituary, Death – Marlena Guerrero Maria, who was born in the city of Waltham in Massachusetts and died away on Sunday while she was at her home, was originally from the state of Massachusetts. After being born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, she moved to Cambridge, Massachusetts, where she worked as an administrator for Draper Labs for the most of her eighteen years in the area. Draper Labs can be found throughout the state of Massachusetts in the United States. In addition to that, she worked for Buckingham Personnel Services in Norwood, Massachusetts, for a significant amount of her career.

Marlana was extended an invitation to become a member of the Epsilon chapter of the Sigma Epsilon Rho Honor Society shortly after she received her bachelor’s degree from Northeastern University in 1978. In addition to that, she volunteered a significant amount of time both at the HealthCare Dimensions Hospice and at a women’s homeless shelter in Cambridge. Both of these organizations are located in Cambridge. These two organizations can both be found in the city of Cambridge. She was a dedicated traveler, a member of the Red Hat Society, and a participant in the Waltham Women of the Moose.

Additionally, she was a participant in the Waltham Women of the Moose. At the church of Our Lady Comforter of the Afflicted, she was a Eucharistic Minister. She was the daughter of the late Walter Buckingham and the late Nicholas Chagaris’s former wife, who also both gone away. Nicholas Chagaris also passed away. Additionally, neither of her parents are alive anymore. She is survived by her mother, Ann (Simonetti) Buckingham, who lives in Norwood; one daughter, Nicole P. MacDonald and her husband James, who live in Waltham; two granddaughters, Kevin and Katherine MacDonald; and two brothers, Walter Buckingham, Jr., who lives in Brimfield and Gregory Buckingham, who lives in Norwood. She was predeceased by her father, Walter Buckingham, Sr., who lived in Brimfield.