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Harriet is survived by Tom, her devoted husband of 69 years, her children, Therese Wills and her husband, Rich of East Lyme, CT; Colleen Hession and her husband, Michael of Milton, Ma; Peg Sheridan and her husband Joseph of Westfield, NJ; Thomas Hayes and ... (legacy.com)
Brother of Bruce Crosier and his wife, Ellen, of Shrewsbury, Richard Crosier of Westfield, Donna Grimsley of Westfield ... donations may be made to Special Olympics Massachusetts, 512 Forest St., Marlborough, MA 01752 or donate by phone: (800) 380-3071 ... (legacy.com)
Fragin said that one of the facilities, Westfield Gardens in Massachusetts, was rated two stars at the ... at 6 a.m. and includes the morning's top stories, a full list of obituaries, links to comics and puzzles and the most recent news, sports and ... (Central Pennsylvania)
Elaine is survived by a son, Raymond Rinaldi of Enfield; three daughters, Elena Roberts and her husband Monroe of Las Cruces, NM, Donna Zipoli and her husband Bruce of Palm Bay, FL, and Joanne Angotti of Westfield, MA. She also leaves 13 grandchildren ... (Patch)
Creamer. She also leaves her father James F. Shea of Westfield, 2 brothers Kevin J. Shea of Omaha, NE, and Brian J. Shea of Granville, MA, 3 sisters Maureen A. Shea and Kellie P. DiFilippo both of Reading and Elizabeth M. Waldo of Westfield and many ... (nola.com)
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