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“My deepest sympathy to the Hurley family; Mr Hurley, Tom, Chuck, Vinny.I have such fond memories of Ms Hurley's generosity and genuine concern for me...Read More »
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“Vinnie and FamilyPlease accept my sincere condolences on the passing of Natalie. It has been a long time since I have seen any of you but the...Read More »
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“Vin and family,Please accept my condolences on your loss. Natalie was a lovely person.Bill Morse ”
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“natalie was the best person!! She guided me through my younger years teaching me right and wrong.i so happy she was my foster motherl l learned alot ...Read More »
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EASTON----Natalie C. (Winnett) Hurley, at 91, died on November 8, 2020, in Newton, Massachusetts. She was born on March 12, 1929, in Whitman, and raised by her loving grandparents, Thomas and Wavie Winnett. She married Vincent P. Hurley, Sr. on August 4, 1978.

Natalie, a long-time Easton resident, was raised in Whitman, and studied at the New England Conservatory of Music. Along with being a mother to her beautiful, blended family of 12 children, Natalie was a powerhouse in the southeastern Massachusetts real estate market, as well as an active volunteer for many charitable organizations. She enjoyed the theater and symphony, mountains, and Arizona landscape; and found her profound peace alongside the ocean on Cape Cod.

Natalie is survived by her husband, Vincent; children: Marcia (Plaskus) Simonds, Michele (Plaskus) Abi-Saad, Monica (Hurley) Lawson, Joanne (Hurley) Warren, Charles P. Hurley, Vincent P. Hurley, Jr., Thomas M. Hurley, Dianne (Hurley) Lawrence, Kevin L. Hurley, Patricia (Hurley) Christensen, Michael V. Hurley, and Thomas J. Hurley; twenty-five grandchildren; twenty-five great grandchildren; one great-great grandchild; and siblings: Channing (Bud) Winnett and Jane (Winnett) Wood. Natalie was preceded in death by her son John Plaskus.

Natalie passed-away from the COVID-19 virus. Due to coronavirus restrictions, only immediate family are invited to attend a funeral Mass, requiring mask and social distancing, on Saturday, November 14, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. in the Holy Cross Catholic Church, 225 Purchase Street, Easton. Relatives and friends may honor Natalie's memory with a gift to Covenant House (CovenantHouse.org).

Arrangements are by Kane Funeral Home, Easton. For condolences and additional information, visit www.kanefuneralhome.com.