Dorothy McManus

Dorothy Jean McManus (Teague)

Wednesday August 8, 1945 - Friday May 1, 2020
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Dorothy Jean (Teague) McManus, 74, passed away peacefully on Friday, May 1, 2020. She was the loving wife of 47 years to Joseph G. McManus, Jr. Born and raised in Boston, Dottie was the daughter of the late Thomas and Evelyn (Gould) Teague. For most of her life Dottie lived in the Roslindale neighborhood of Boston where she worked as a grocer. She and Joe moved to Northborough in 2018 to be closer to their family.

Besides her husband Joe, Dottie is survived by two sons, Michael McManus and his wife Kelly Bongarzone McManus of Northborough, Patrick McManus and his wife Diantha McNeish of Reddick, FL; her brother-in-law, John Brady; a niece, Ann Brady and a grandniece, Katherine Mullen, all whom live in East Bridgewater; and her best friend Sue Smedlie of Roslindale. Dottie was preceded in death by her brother, Thomas Teague and her sister, Judy (Teague) Brady.

At this time, due to gathering restrictions, all services will be private for immediate family. An occasion for all friends and family to remember and celebrate Dottie’s life will be announced at a future time. In lieu of flowers or donations, please buy a lottery ticket – one of Dottie’s favorite pastimes. And win.

Arrangements are under the care of Hays Funeral Home, 56 Main Street, Northborough, MA 01532.To leave a condolence for the McManus Family, please visit
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Cheryl Feeley

Posted at 11:56am
Joe, Michael & Patrick - So sorry for your loss! Dottie was one of the best and will be missed so much. She always had a smile and a story to share.

Sheila Murphy

Posted at 01:53pm
Joe, Michael &Patrick

Please know you are in my families thoughts and prayers! Dottie was a great friend and neighbor!
I will always cherish The memories growing up on Doncaster and the friendship we formed later in adulthood! My deepest condolences. Rest In Peace Dottie. 🙏🏻❤️

Pam Matthews

Posted at 03:01pm
Joe, Patrick and Michael,
My sincere condolences on the passing of my friend Dottie. She was a treasure beyond words. Had so many laughs with her at the hands of her great friends from Stop and Shop. She will be missed. I am so sorry to hear that she has passed.
Pam Matthews

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