Alice E. "Pinky" (McBreen) Hamilton died on July 14, 2015, at the Nashoba Hospital. She was born in Concord, MA, April 13,1947, daughter of the late John E. and Alice E. (Griffin) McBreen. She was the wife of the late Richard Hamilton. She leaves her daughter Lori Anne Goodman of Townsend, MA, and her son-in-law Scott Goodman. She also leaves her two grandsons Jimmy and Colby. Pinky would have been a great-grandmother in September 2015. Pinky had a very strong love for animals and made friends with all of them. Her passion growing up was riding horses and working in stables in Concord, MA. She loved to cook and was a talented artist. Pinky was also known for her beautiful green eyes and her beautiful smile. She also had a very good sense of humor. Pinky also leaves her sister Julia Mason of Leominster, MA, her brothers Robert McBreen of Concord, MA, Jacky McBreen of Acton, MA, and Frederick McBreen of Concord, MA. She has a sister Molly McKay and brother Thomas McBreen that are deceased. Pinky will join her son James Michael Welsh in heaven. There will be no services but a celebration of life will be planned. The dates and times will be sent out. Please be happy that Pinky is at peace and will be greatly missed. Donations can be made to any animal shelter in Pinky's name, or any cancer charity of your choice. I would like to thank Dr. Amjad Husain for his compassion and kindness and all of the nurses that took care of my mom. They are all very caring. I would also like to say a couple of things that make a difference to someone. When you walk by someone and they look up at you -say hi and smile at them. If you think someone needs a hug, give them a hug. If you know someone is hungry, feed them. Please be kind to others, what you give is what you get and please do not judge you never know when an angel is in disguise.