Courtney McNulty Obituary, Death – Courtney Marie McNulty, also known as Court, passed away unexpectedly at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston on Monday, May 15, 2023 as a consequence of complications after having emergency surgery. She was 36 years old. Court was the only name her friends and relatives needed to refer to her by.
She was born in Dracut to Karen A. (Monteiro) McNulty of Dracut and Michael McNulty of Dracut. Her mother’s maiden name was Monteiro. Her birthday is February 22nd, 1987, and she was born in Methuen. Her father is also originally from the town of Dracut. She was born in Dracut and completed all of her education in Dracut, culminating in the receipt of a certificate from the local high school in Dracut.
Court has spent the vast bulk of his working life in the hospitality and restaurant industries. In addition to that, the most of her life was spent in the city of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She is survived by her daughter, Ryleigh Marshall, who is in Leominster; her sisters, Shannon McNulty and Stephanie McNulty, both of Dracut; her fiance, David Desmarais, who resides in Leominster; and a number of nieces and nephews, including Taylor, Christian, Mason, Noah, Lyla, and Leo.
Her daughter, Ryleigh Marshall, resides in Leominster. Her mother, Karen A. McNulty, resides in Dracut, and her father, Michael McNulty, resides in Dracut with his wife, Elaine. Her parents also survive her. Court also leaves behind her aunts and uncles, including: Maureen Lambert of Dracut, Kathleen Hayes and her husband Wayne of Connecticut, Michael Monetiro and his wife Lisa of Dracut.
Sharon Baroni and her husband Brian of Billerica, and Dawna Monteiro of Dracut; aunt Hannah Desrochers and her husband Leo of Dorchester, Massachusetts; aunt Eileen Hall and husband Charlie of St. Petersburg, Florida; along with a number of cousins and friends. Additionally, she was the niece of Christine McNulty, who passed away, as well as the grandchild of Joyce Monteiro, Catherine Theresa McNulty, and Maurice McNulty, who also passed away. Before she was born, her grandmothers Joyce Monteiro and Catherine Theresa McNulty both passed away.