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Elizabeth A. Duncan

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Elizabeth A. "Betty" (Campbell) Duncan, 77, of Franklin, died peacefully, surrounded by her family Tuesday November 25, 2014 at Milford Regional Medical Center following an illness. She was the beloved wife of Wallace R. "Wally" Duncan, Jr. Born October 23, 1937 in Medford, a daughter of the late Chester W. Campbell, Sr. and Ruth E. (Warren) Campbell, she was a Franklin resident for over 53 years. She was raised and educated in Dedham, and was a homemaker. Betty was devoted to her family, especially her grandchildren and enjoyed knitting, the beaches of Cape Cod, the Red Sox and watching hockey. She was a former member of the Busy Bee's and would often be found at the Franklin Senior Center. In addition to her husband of 53 years she is survived by 2 sons, Wallace R. "Wally" Duncan, III and his wife Lynn of Mississippi, Mark C. Duncan and his wife Diane of Massachusetts, a daughter Cynthia L. Nickerson and her husband John of Rhode Island, a brother William E. "Bill" Campbell and his wife Lisa of Massachusetts, and 2 sisters Sharon Caruso and her husband Roger of Massachusetts and Bonnie Hood and her husband Rick of Massachusetts. Also surviving are 6 grandchildren and nieces & nephews. She was the sister of the late Chester W. Campbell, Jr. Relatives and friend are invited to attend her funeral Saturday Nov. 29th at 11:15AM from the Charles F. Oteri & Son Franklin Funeral Home 33 Cottage St., with a funeral Mass in St. Mary's Church, Franklin at 12PM. Her interment will be held privately. Calling hours are Friday from 4-7PM. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be sent to Dana Farber Brigham & Women's Cancer Center 20 Prospect St. Milford, MA 01757. Guestbook/directions www.oterifuneralhome.com

Published in The Country Gazette from Nov. 27 to Dec. 4, 2014
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