Pauline Owen

Pauline Owen (Moskovitz)

Sunday, February 15, 1942 - Friday, June 26, 2020
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Loving Mother, Grandmother and Great-Grandmother

Pauline (Moskovitz) Owen, of Lowell, died peacefully on June 26, 2020, at home, aged 78 years. She was the beloved wife of the late Ralph “Gene” Owen.

Born in Framingham, she was the daughter of the late Sarah Moskovitz. In her early career, she was employed as a switchboard operator, and went on to work for Wang Computers in the accounting department. She obtained her bachelor's degree in accounting in 1992 and finished her career as an accountant with MRSI, then NTS/NQA USA of Acton until her retirement in 2009.

An extremely passionate and dedicated volunteer for many different organizations, Pauline was a Cub Scout leader and, despite having no daughters, was a lifetime volunteer for the Girl Scouts of the USA. She was awarded the Honor Pin as well as many other awards during her 55 years of dedication to these organizations. Also a dedicated CPR and First Aid instructor, Pauline was named the 2003 American Red Cross Volunteer of the Year. For over 39 years, she volunteered for countless hours at the Lowell Brunswick Lanes, as well as at the Donna Miceli Dance Center of Lowell.

She made a lasting impact on the lives of so many young people, there is no doubt she will be greatly missed. Pauline was a dedicated and loving friend to many people including Pat Coulam and June Frechette, who will miss her dearly. Her two beloved cats will also be lost without her. Most of all, she was a proud grandmother and great grandmother, whose fiery and spirited nature will be deeply missed by all of them.

“Beneath the rough and tough demeanor she likes to portray, beats the heart and soul of a truly softhearted person.”

She is survived by a son, Robert L. Owen and his wife Debra of Lowell. Four grandchildren, James R. Owen and his wife Mary of Manchester, NH, Jessica P. Cobleigh and her husband Ryan of Pepperell, and Kara El Owen and Kal El Owen, both of Lowell. Three great-grandchildren, Paige E. Owen, Joseph R. Owen, and Lynelle Z. Cobleigh. She was the sister of the late Paul Moskovitz.

Due to current gathering restrictions, Pauline’s funeral services were private. In lieu of flowers, friends who wish may make memorial donations in her name to: MSPCA-Angell, Attn: Donations, 350 South Huntington Ave., Boston, MA 02130. The staff of MORSE-BAYLISS Funeral Home of Lowell was honored to assist the family with arrangements. Funeral Director, Frederick W. Healy. Please visit Pauline’s life tribute page at
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Michele Allaby

Posted at 07:25pm
Pauline was a friend and a mentor to me. She was funny, smart, sarcastic, witty, kind, loving and an all around amazing person. She had great ethics and morals, I always valued that about her. She always gave me sound advice, after a vibrant ughh and eye roll. She lived a full life and touched the lives of many. I'll miss her dearly and think of her always. I'm so grateful I got to experience some things with her she loved in this life, like hampton, Markys, bird watching and The Waltons; which I had never seen before visiting her. I'm glad my kids got to know her too, they were always so excited to visit "Pauline and the cats". I already miss her so much, but I know she's happy to be out of pain and embracing her love, Gene. They belong together and I'm sure they're both so relieved to be together again. Her spirit will live on through everyone she knew.

Terri Rawnsley

Posted at 01:20pm
I was very sad to hear of Pauline's passing, sad for us to continue without her but happy for her because she is whole and happy in heaven with Gene and her other family and friends who have passed. When I first me Pauline I was a bit terrified of her, but the fear was replaced by Love. She was my Niece and Nephews Grandmother and she was amazing at being a Grandmother. She had many titles of the years and was great at everyone. I was blessed to be able to see her last year and I gave her a big hug, I will remember that as our moment. Rest now dear Pauline, you earned it xoxoxo Terri R.

Kathy Plante

Posted at 07:25am
My condolences to Pauline's family. I met Pauline through Girl Scouts back when my daughter Brenda wanted to join. I enjoyed going camping with the girls and down to the beach. Great memories!! Rest in peace, Pauline!!

Timothy Woodcome

Posted at 04:45pm
“Beneath the rough and tough demeanor she likes to portray, beats the heart and soul of a truly softhearted person.”

That quotation sums up Pauline perfectly... Despite the sad news, that thought brought a smile to face as I recalled my years knowing Pauline at NQA. It was a pleasure working with her for her tenure there; truly one the best employees we ever had; and one of the most genuine people I've ever known. They don't make 'em like her anymore. Godspeed Pauline.

Tim Woodcome

Sandy Proctor

Posted at 01:41pm
Was my mother in law, and friend since I met her bank in 1975. I will miss her so much, she was a Awesome Grandmother. She loved my husband as well, who got to know Pauline on a personal level taking her to some of her Drs appointments!
She was a firecracker, she pulled no punches!! Purely honest!! You grew to appreciate her frankness! I love you Pauline!!

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