Helen M. (Golding) Niosi

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Mrs. Helen M.(Golding) Nios

NAHANT, MASS - Mrs. Helen M.(Golding) Niosi, died Sunday June 16, 2013 in Nahant. Helen arrived in Nahant at the age of two in 1917. She was the daughter of Thomas and Mary Prendiville. Her father came to Nahant to work at the summer home of the Bacon Family which was and still is located at the corner of Nahant Road and Ocean Street. She spent her early years living on the estate in a cottage on Intervale Road. Her father later went on to become a Nahant firefighter. Her mother became a telephone operator at the exchange located on Valley Road. Helen attended Nahant schools and Lynn Classical High School. She married her first husband, David A. Golding, in 1947 after he had served in the U.S. Army during World War II. She and David "Bud" lived at 13 Emerald after their marriage. Over the years she was very active in the Mortimer G. Robbins American Legion Auxiliary, the 24 Club, and the Nahant Women's Club. She attended the Chandler School in Boston. After graduation she worked for Beacon Oil in Boston. When her son Michael was born she became a stay at home mother. In 1963 she returned to the workforce after her husband died suddenly. For a number of years she was employed by the Massachusetts Department of Employment Security in Boston. In 1966 she was reunited with a former high school sweetheart, Joseph Niosi, who was a widower. She first met Joe when he visited his relatives, the Moleti family, during the summers in the 1930s. They married in 1967. Joe's job as a Field Director with the American Red Cross took the couple to Camp Lejeune, North Carolina and Naples Italy. Helen and Joe spent three years in Naples prior to his retirement from the Red Cross. After that the two lived happily on Maolis Road until Joe passed in 1991. Helen continued an active lifestyle visiting with friends and neighbors. She especially enjoyed her weekly shopping trips with Carol Nelson and Martha Koscielecki. Helen has one son Michael D. Golding and his wife Carol, grandchildren, Kimberly Golding, David Golding and his wife Anne, Kurt Tomcavage, two great grandsons, Aidan Golding and Cole Golding all of New Hampshire.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, June 22, 2013 at 10 a.m. in the Ellingwood Chapel at Greenlawn Cemetery in Nahant, followed by burial in Greenlawn Cemetery. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited. Visitation Period from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. prior to her service in the Ellingwood Chapel. Arrangements are by the SOLIMINE, LANDERGAN AND RICHARDSON FUNERAL HOME, Lynn. Donations may be made to the Nahant Historical Society, 41 Valley Road, # 101, Nahant, MA 01908. Directions and guest book at www.solimine.com

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Published in Fosters from June 20 to June 23, 2013