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October 19, 2018

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December 6, 2017
I am so saddened to read about Marie's passing. I know she played an integral role with her nieces, Denise, Donna and Stephanie. So sorry Steve and Mary. Love Ginny and Joe Godino
December 6, 2017
I remember trips to Canobie Lake Park in New Hampshire and going to ride the Swan Boats in the Boston Gardens I remember eating stuffed artichokes, homemade pizzelles, yummy chicken soup, and four course Holiday meals. I remember many a family party with Marie talking pictures from every angle In the room. I remember as a child trying to stay awake until midnight on New Years Eve and calling Auntie to wish her a Happy New Year.

I have to say I could have done without the "pixie" haircuts she provided (proof in all my school pictures up to age 10), but it always grew back.

Auntie you will be greatly missed love...Diane, Alberto, Gianna, and Eric
December 5, 2017
Remembering sleepovers in the 1960's on Partridge Avenue, playing jacks on the steps with our cousins down the street and visits to Santa at Jordan Marsh when we were younger. As we grew up Auntie and Nana would give us cash to buy clothes for Christmas and Birthdays and we'd have a fashion show for them with all the stuff we bought. I also remember Auntie taking Nana to visit all her sisters. Most of all I remember the holidays we spent as a family growing up with her, Nana and Grandpa. As we grew older we'd bring boyfriends and then husbands and eventually great nieces and great nephews. She will be missed by all of us. Love, Terry & Steve Saunders