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B. Anita Daniels, 90, of Medfield MA passed away peacefully on December 21, 2013 surrounded by her family. Anita was the matriarch of a close and dedicated family. The cherished wife of the late Edward C. Daniels, Anita was the mother of 8, grandmother of 27, great-grandmother of 30. Anita Daniels was born in Newark, NJ of Annie Lou (Rosser) and Sidney G. Osborne, and married and lived in Bloomfield, NJ before settling in Medfield. Predeceased by a brother Sidney, she is survived by children Edward Jr. of Eastham, MA , Kathleen Mueller of Galloway, NJ, Charles of Eastham, MA, Douglas of Moultonborough, NH, David of Medway, MA, Thomas of Newburyport, MA, Diane Weidman of Plaistow, NH, and Barbara Baker of Corning, NY; their spouses and Anitas outlaw children Nancy (Butterwei), Robert Mueller, Jean (Sheridan), Annie (Levandoski), Nancy (Juda), Shelly (Carey), Kevin Weidman, and Brooks Baker. Anita cherished and enjoyed her many friends at the Medfield Senior Center where she volunteered and recreated for many years. Anita served for many years as a Eucharistic minister at St. Edwards RC Church. She was a sharp wit and savvy card player and loved playing and teaching bridge and any number of card games to grandchildren and great grandchildren. Anita was a strong supporter of education and a generous patron of the DSD Scholarship Fund. She was very proud that all her children were college educated. Anita astounded all with her energy and industry often directed to her gardens. Having lost her partner in life and love, husband Ed, at an early age, Anita raised her large and active family. An avid sports fan (particularly basketball), she seldom missed a game of children or grandchildren. She provided countless trays of brownies as a team booster. Once the family had grown, Anita developed her own athletic interests in golf and tennis | playing well into her seventies. She remained fiercely independent and self-sufficient throughout her life. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Saturday, December 28th at St. Edward Church, Medfield. Donations in Anita Daniels name may be made to the DSD Scholarship Fund www.home. comcast.net/~dsdfamilyties.

Published in The Country Gazette from Jan. 14 to Jan. 21, 2014
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