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Isabelle B. Marshall

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Isabelle B. Marshall 1913 - 2008 BENNINGTON Isabelle B. Marshall, 95, passed away suddenly at her residence in the Wood Park Apartments in Hoosick Falls. She formerly resided in Hoosick, New York and was the wife of the late H. Rudolph Marshall. Isabelle and Rudolph had been married for 47 years at the time of his death. Isabelle was born on June 25, 1913, in Bennington, Vt. daughter of Harry G. and Belle Rudd Breese. She graduated from Bennington High School in 1931 and attended Simmons College and Burdett College in Boston, Mass. Isabelle was employed at the Samaritan Hospital in Troy, N.Y. as the Medical Record Librarian. She was a member of All Saints Episcopal Church in Hoosick, N.Y., an Honorary member of the Bennington Chapter of D.A.R., the Cambridge branch of Women's National Farm and Garden Club, Cheney Library Book Club, a volunteer at the Louis Miller Museum, Hoosick Falls and Genealogy Library Volunteer at the Bennington Museum. She leaves her twin daughters Sandra Phelps, and husband Robert, Susan Lohnes, and husband, Robert, all of Hoosick, N.Y., her sister Jane Rydberg, of Rochester, N.Y., her brother Robert Breese, of Hoosick Falls, N.Y., five grandchildren, Carol MacDonald, Gary Lohnes, Heidi Byrne, Betsy Seplowitz, and Brenda Phelps, six great-grandchildren, also several nieces and nephews. Isabelle is predeceased by a brother Alexander Breese. FUNERAL NOTICE: Funeral services will be Friday at 11 a.m. from All Saints Episcopal Church in Hoosick, New York. Burial will follow the service at Hoosick Rural Cemetery, Hoosick, New York. Relatives and friends may call at the MAHAR FUNERAL HOME, 43 Main Street in Hoosick Falls on Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to either the Cheney Library in Hoosick Falls or the Hoosick Rural Cemetery Association through the funeral home.
Published in Bennington Banner from Oct. 1 to Oct. 2, 2008
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