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Ida M. Caslin

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BENNINGTON -- The funeral of Mrs. Ida M. Caslin was held from Sacred Heart Saint Francis de Sales Church Saturday Jan. 3, 2004 where the liturgy of Christian death and burial was offered by the Rev. Robert W. Lozinski, pastor, officiating.

Organist was Donald McMahon and the soloist was Monica Murray.

Bearers were three grandsons, Stosh Caslin, Zachary Caslin, Shawn Mould and a son-in-law Ronald Liporace. Honorary bearers from the Court of Saint Andrew were Nancy Donlon, Edith Prandini, Mary Morrissey, Theresa Long, Geraldine Sausville, Virginia Shea and Rita McCann. Acolytes serving the mass were Gerald Amadon, Valmore Clifford, James Kemp and Bernard Bourgeois.

The pall was placed on Mrs. Caslin’s casket by her children Donna Liporace, Rick J. Caslin, Terry M. Caslin and Craig P. Caslin. A wooden cross was placed on the casket by Donna Liporace. The readings were offered by James Kemp. The offertory gifts were brought to the altar by Donna Liporace, Rick J. Caslin, Terry M. Caslin and Craig P. Caslin. Craig P. Caslin offered a eulogy.

The burial took place in the family lot in Park Lawn Cemetery with Father Lozinski offering the committal prayers.

A reception followed at the Bennington Elks Club.

A prayer service at the Mahar and Son Funeral Home preceded the funeral mass.

Friday evening Father Lozinski offered the wake service. Members of the Catholic Daughters Court of Saint Andrew also offered a prayer service Friday evening.

Mrs. Caslin was predeceased by eight brothers and sisters, Irene Gauthier, Gladys Sumner, Madeline Rudd, Ruby Shepard, Hazel Comstock, Leo P. Parker Sr., Roy Parker and Sherman Parker.

Mrs. Caslin, a former resident of Stark Street, died Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2003 in Bennington.

Funeral arrangements were under the direction of the Mahar and Son Funeral Home, 628 Main St., Bennington, VT.
Published in Bennington Banner on Jan. 5, 2004
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