Doris Irene (Hynes) Corsini, 87, of East Sandwich died at home on October 23.

She was the wife of T. Vincent Corsini Jr., to whom she was married for 63 years.

The daughter of Michael J. and Doris Hynes, she was raised in Jamaica Plain and attended Girls’ Latin School of Boston. She furthered her education at Tufts College, graduating with a bachelor of arts degree in English literature. She also met Mr. Corsini at Tufts.

Ms. Corsini showed her creativity and passion for fine arts through her oil and watercolor paintings and drawings. An accomplished seamstress, she created her daughters’ bridesmaid gowns for five weddings, First Communion dresses for her granddaughters, baby blankets, Halloween costumes, pajamas for her grandchildren, window treatments and more.

After she and her husband moved to East Sandwich, she tended to the grounds on their property, landscaping with flower gardens. Also an avid reader, she volunteered at Sandwich Public Library, stocking and selling used books.

In addition to her husband, she leaves seven children and their spouses, Vincent and Jeanette Corsini of Hopkinton, Julie and Chris Sweet of Plymouth, David and Lee Anne Corsini of Plymouth, Donna and Paul Gagnon of Sandwich, Lisa Huban of Quincy, Jennifer and Ken Simons of Bermuda, and Peter and Rachael Corsini of Sandwich; 21 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and a brother, Michael Hynes.

She was predeceased by her three sisters.

A funeral service was said on Monday, October 28, at Corpus Christi Church in East Sandwich, followed by burial at Sandwich Town Cemetery.

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