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Louis M. Creasia

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Louis M. Creasia 92, a resident of St. Patricks Manor in Framingham, formerly of Franklin died on Saturday July 30, 2011 at the MetroWest Medical Center in Framingham. He was the husband of Lucille M. (Morini) Creasia who died on November 30, 19993. Born in Milford, he was the son of the late Mattteo and Elvira (Celozzi) Creasia. Prior to his rehabilitative care at St. Patricks Manor he resided in Franklin almost forty years and previously was a longtime Framingham resident. He was a proud member of the Milford High School Class of 1937. He was an accomplished musician and an especially talented trombone player and bandleader. He formed the Lou Krey Orchestra until 1941 when he joined the U S Army. While serving our country he was a member of both the US Army and US Air Force bands. He attended Waltham School of Watchmaking where he received his degree in Horology and also became the owner of Wrights Jewelry in Framingham. He later became assistant manager of the jewelry department at Sears Roebuck in Natick and retired in 1984. He was an active member of St. Marys Church in Franklin where he was an usher for many years. He also continued with his love of music playing with the Milford Concert Band and many local bands as well. He was a beloved husband and a loving father and grandfather who was dedicated to his family, his Catholic faith and his country. He is survived by his daughters, Maureen L. Creasia of Franklin and Kathleen A. Kenzerski and her husband Martin of Franklin and his granddaughter Amanda Creasia Kenzerski of Franklin. He is also survived by his sister-in-laws Anna Marie Dunford of Columbia, SC and Sheila Mozingo and her husband Ralph of Greenville, NC and many nieces and nephews. Funeral services have been held. In lieu of flowers donations in memory of Louis may be made to St. Patricks Manor, the Framingham Heart Study Program or Boston Catholic TV.

Published in The Country Gazette from Aug. 24 to Aug. 31, 2011
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