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Dorothea "Dot" McCue

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SHAFTSBURY -- Funeral services for Dorothea “Dot” McCue were held from St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in North Bennington on Friday, Feb. 16, 2007, where the Mass of Resurrection was offered by the Rev. James Doherty, pastor, and the Rev. Michael A. Demasi, retired pastor.

Organist was Louise Gauthier and soloist was Mildred Pierce. Hymns offered during the service were “There Is a Season,” “City of God,” “On Eagles Wings” and “Follow Me.”

The funeral pall that draped Dot’s casket during the funeral Mass was placed by her daughters, Kathleen M. McCue and Elizabeth M. McCue Thompson. A wooden cross was then placed on the casket by a close family friend, Al Hohmann. The scriptural readings were offered by two sons-in-law, Terence Kenneally and Mathew Nadile. The Offertory gifts were presented by two granddaughters, Karen McCue Nadile and Mary McCue Rohrig, and two great-grandchildren, Caroline McCue Kenneally and Dennis Gerard Kenneally. A poem was read by Elizabeth McCue Kenneally, a granddaughter, and words of remembrance were given by Jane Dailey McCue, a daughter-in-law. Mert Snow served as an acolyte.

Bearers were a son-in-law, Kent Thompson, three grandsons-in-law, Terence Kenneally, Matthew Nadile and Eric Rohrig, a niece, Kelly McCue, and a close family friend, Linda Cassano.

Honorary bearers from St. John’s Sodality were Betty Becker, Theresa Demasi, Therese Densmore, Lillian McNichol, Leona Scott, Eileen Flynn, Jill Levin, Mae Fox, Sue Harrington and Joyce Scarey.

A prayer service at the Mahar & Son Funeral Home preceded the funeral Mass.

Burial took place in the family lot in St. John’s Cemetery with Father Doherty and Father Demasi offering the committal prayers. Following the service a reception for family and friends was held at the parish hall at St. John the Baptist.

Funeral arrangements were under the direction of the Mahar & Son Funeral Home.
Published in Bennington Banner on Feb. 17, 2007
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