Marguerite Cleary McNulty Remien

April 9, 1917 - March 7, 2019
Sts. Faith, Hope & Charity Catholic Church
191 Linden St.
Winnetka, IL 60093
847.446.7646 | Map
Tuesday 3/19, 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Memorial Gathering

Sts. Faith, Hope & Charity Catholic Church
191 Linden St.
Winnetka, IL 60093
847.446.7646 | Map
Tuesday 3/19, 11:00 am

Memorial Mass

Memorial Contributions


In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to:

Saint Mary’s College Development Office

110 Le Mans Hall

Notre Dame, IN 46556


Marguerite Cleary McNulty Remien, age 101, of Glencoe, died March 7, 2019, at her residence. Beloved wife of the late C. Jack Remien and the late Lt. James J. McNulty, Jr., USN; loving mother of Patrick (Betsy Collins) McNulty; cherished step-mother of Carol (Larry) Hunsicker and the late C. Jack (Eunice) Remien, Jr.; dearest grandmotherContinue Reading

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Mary Ann (Murtaugh) Moss left a message on April 2, 2019:
I remember Marguerite at parties at my parents' house and at our family place in Wisconsin. She had the most beautiful smile! Marguerite would take lots of pictures and send them to my Mom, which she (and we all ) greatly appreciated!
Carol Hedman O'Conor left a message on March 18, 2019:
Tears have been shed when I learned Marg had passed away. She was a dear friend of my sister Kay's ( Kay ( Hedman Cutler). They roomed together at St. Mary's College, and both hilarious fun for me when I visited at the College dorm.. We saw The Remiens many times at the Cutlers. Marg had a great wit and joy in life that was contagious. My deepest sympathy to her family. I feel blessed to have known her all these years. Carol O'Conor Ottawa, IL.
Carol Hedman O'Conor left a message on March 18, 2019:
Michael Murtaugh left a message on March 14, 2019:
I’ve known Marguerite for most of my 74+ years dating back to kindergarten at Faith Hope and Charity school where her son Patrick and I began our lifelong friendship. During our FHC days, I probably spent as much time over at the Cleary/ McNulty house on Sheridan Road in Kenilworth as I did at my own and, because of that, I got to know Marguerite and her parents very well. Like Marguerite, the Clearys were warm and wonderful people who remained mentally sharp throughout their long and productive lives. I last saw Marguerite several months ago during one of Patrick’s frequent trips back to Glencoe from his home in California. During his visits, Patrick and I would always try to get together at least once for a beer or two to catch up and, on this occasion, he advised me that his mother had insisted that he was to extend an invitation to my wife and me to be her guest for dinner. A few days later, Paula and I met Marguerite and Patrick at a local restaurant and enjoyed a delightful evening filled with spirited and cheerful conversation. On the way home that night, we couldn’t stop talking about the graciousness, intelligence and wit of this remarkable 101 year old woman. Marguerite was truly unique and will be missed.
Carrie Minorini left a message on March 12, 2019:
Dear Remien, Cleary, and McNulty family,I did not know Marguerite nor am I connected to your family in any way. Just a loving note to tell you how much I enjoyed reading about her life in the Trib. Wonderfully written and a wonderful tribute to a life so well led. We should all be so lucky!God’s speed Carrie Minorini, Lake Bluff, IL
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