• About Cheryl O'Malley

    Medfield’s Cheryl O’Malley is a historian, preservationist and life-long artist. Her involvement with the Medfield Historical Society began in the late seventies and with the Dwight-Derby House in 1998. Cheryl moved to Medfield from Long Island, New York with her husband in 1977, and launched her career in volunteerism while working full-time for the Honeywell Corporation. She began as a greeter, dressed in colonial garb, at the Medfield Historical Society‘s Peak House Pantry Sale which led to being a docent at the Peak House Sunday summer openings. Today, she is a curator at the Society and writes for their newsletter, The Portal.

    The Ryan Family of Medfield

    by  • May 31, 2016 • Gillette, Hatfield, Medfield, Ryan • 0 Comments

    June Ryan Gillette is a descendant of Medfield’s William Ryan Family.  She has been a dedicated Vine Lake Cemetery volunteer and travels from Plymouth, MA to help preserve Medfield’s timeless burial ground. She has cleaned many stones unrelated to her family, but in early May she received an opportunity to work on her family’s...

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