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Deborah Kasindorf

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Deborah L. (Woodward) Kasindorf 56 of Franklin died January 11 suddenly at home. She was the wife of Barry Kasindorf. Born in Maryland, March 18, 1954, the daughter of Almon and Dorothy (Nichols) Woodward of Fairfax, Vermont, Mrs. Kasindorf was raised in Vermont and had lived in Franklin since 1992. Mrs. Kasindorf was a graduate of the Bellows Free Academy in Fairfax, VT, Class of 1972 and the New England Deaconess School of Nursing. She later attended Northeastern University where she received her BSN. As a Registered Nurse, Mrs. Kasindorf had worked in the ICU of New England Deaconess Hospital, then Emerson Hospital Orthopedics and most recently had been a Nurse Interviewer for the Sloan Epidemiology Unit of Boston University Medical School and the Nurse's Health Study for Harvard University. Mrs. Kasindorf was a member of the New England Society of Open Salt Collectors, and collected Barbie dolls. She had been an active member and lay leader of the First Universalist Society in Franklin for many years. In addition to her husband and parents she is survived by her sons Evan Kasindorf of Franklin and Alan Kasindorf of Cupertino, California. She is also survived by her siblings. Bruce Woodward and his wife Debbie of Fairfax, Nancy Gross and her husband Dan of Fairfax, Marj Hathaway and her husband Bruce of Fairfax, David Woodward and his wife Kelly of Fairfax and Linda Woodward and Art Vigil of Westford, Vermont. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews. Her memorial service will be held on Saturday January 22 at the First Universalist Society in Franklin 262 Chestnut Street Franklin at 4p.m. In lieu of flowers expressions of sympathy may be made in her memory to the Aspergers Association of New England 85 Main St. Suite 101. Watertown, Ma 02472.

Published in The Country Gazette from Jan. 18 to Jan. 25, 2011
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