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Margaret D. Tetreault

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NORTH BENNINGTON -- Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret D. Tetreault were held Thursday, July 10, 2003 from St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in North Bennington where the Rev. Michael A. Demasi, retired pastor, celebrated the liturgy of Christian death and burial.

Organist was Louise Gauthier and soloist was Mildred Pierce. Hymns offered during the service were “On Eagles Wings,” “The Lord is My Light,” “Amazing Grace,” “Psalm 42,” and “How Great Thou Art.”

Her mother, Frances Donavan, and children, Paul D. Tetreault, Mary M. Langlois and Dawn T. Flynn placed the funeral pall on Mrs. Tetreault’s casket. Her husband, Donald, than placed a wooden cross on the pall.

Scriptural readings from the Old and New Testament were offered by two brothers-in-law, Tom Babcock and Harold Waters Jr. Grandchildren Shanley Flynn, Lauren Flynn and Nicholas J. Tetreault presented the offertory gifts. Mrs. Tetreault’s husband, Donald and children, Paul, Mary and Dawn, along with Roger Bergeron, a family friend, offered words of remembrance.

Bearers were Milt Willis, Jerry Stewart, William Lorrette, Mike Waters, Ira Earle and Gerald Elwell. Honorary bearers from the American Legion Auxiliary were Robert Bergeron, Terri Christie, Sandy Hewson-Loveland, Nancy Mossey, Pat Petty, and Jane Tudor.

Members of American Legion Auxiliary Unit 13 in Bennington conducted their services at the funeral home Wednesday evening. Joining the auxiliary members in the service were several other auxiliary and Legion members from throughout the state of Vermont and surrounding area. Mrs. Tetreault had been a very active member of the Legion Auxiliary form many years.

Burial took place in the family lot in St. John’s Cemetery in North Bennington with Father Demasi offering the committal prayers Mrs. Tetreault, wife of Donald T. Tetreault, a resident of Southview Drive, North Bennington died July 7, 2003 at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center following a brief illness.

Arrangements were under the direction of the Mahar & Son Funeral Home.
Published in Bennington Banner on July 11, 2003
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