Barbara (Nirenberg) Aronson
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Lowell, loving mother and grandmother; 70
LOWELL Mrs. Barbara (Nirenberg) Aronson, a resident of Lowell, died November 16, 2009 in Lowell after an extended illness, aged 70 years.
Born in Troy, New York on August 6, 1939, the daughter of the late, William and Judith (Klein) Nirenberg. She received her early education in New York school system. Matriculated at New Hampshire State College received her bachelors degree in social studies, received her Masters Degree from Springfield College. Barbara was employed by the state of New Jersey for 15 years, moved to Lowell and became executive director of Lowell House Inc. for many years, prior to that she was a councilor at the Family Panning of Lowell and a director of ambulatory services at the Women's Center. Barbara was an animal lover, but her true love was spending time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Survived by three daughters, Amy Aronson, and her companion John Bennett, Laurie Aronson all of Lowell, and Elizabeth Ryan and her husband Douglas of Isanti Minnesota. Grandchildren, Jessica Aronson, Julie Campbell, Alexis Aronson and her husband Samnange Lach, Adam Aronson and his wife Gloria and Noah Ryan. Three great-grandchildren, Alexander Aronson, Khyla Lach, and Darlene Seng. Two brothers, Louis Nirenberg of New Jersey and Richard Nirenberg of Nevada. One sister, Nancy Adler of Philadelphia. Several nieces and nephews and many friends, including Diane Stevens of Lowell. She was the mother of the late Julie Aronson.
ARONSON Died in Lowell, November 16, 2009, Mrs. Barbara (Nirenberg) Aronson, aged 70 years. Former wife of the late Ronald A. Aronson. There will be no calling hours. Friends who wish may make Memorial Donations in her name to the Lowell Humane Society, 951 Broadway St. Lowell, MA 01854. Interment was private. Funeral Directors Frederick Healy and Walter F. Bayliss, Jr. www.morsebaylissfuneralhome.com
Morse-Bayliss Funeral Home - Lowell
122 Princeton Boulevard Lowell, MA 01851
Published in Lowell Sun on Nov. 18, 2009