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Blair, Stephen D. - Cohasset  
Stephen David Blair, age 61, of Hull, formerly of Cohasset and Scituate, passed away on June 7, 2016, at home. He was the beloved brother of Janet Stenberg of Maine, Linda Blair of Cohasset and Larry Blair of Hull; uncle of Ashley and Emily Blair of Hull, Liam and Seamus Stenberg of Maine. Mr. Blair worked for the town of Scituate as a heavy equipment operator before retiring. Also worked for Heggarty Furniture in Cohasset Harbor. A graveside service will be held Monday, June 13, 2016, at 1 p.m. in Woodside Cemetery, North Main St., Cohasset. For an online guest book, please visit . 781-383-0200
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Published in The Cohasset Mariner from June 11 to June 24, 2016
Bobo, Vivien E. - Cohasset  
Vivien Elaine Anderson Bobo, age 88, of Cohasset, passed away on May 9, 2016. Beloved wife of the late Stephen N. Bobo. Devoted mother of Stephen A. Bobo and wife Heidi of Cohasset, and Kristine N. Bobo Specht and husband A. Thomas Specht Jr. Loving grandmother of Samantha Bobo and Julia and Melissa Specht. Mrs. Bobo was a partner of South Shore Tax Assoc. in Quincy and was an enrolled agent with the IRS. She served as treasurer for the Friends of Cohasset Elder Affairs and was a member of the Town of Cohasset Advisory Committee for six years. Mrs. Bobo was member of the Cohasset Yacht Club, the Cohasset Historical Society, where she served on the Board of Directors, as well as the Second Congregational Church, as a member of the Choir and Assistant Treasurer. She was past president of the Garden Club Federation of Mass. and the Community Garden Club of Cohasset, serving on the Board of Directors of both. She served as a member of the Dressage Foundation Board of Directors, District Director of the Eastern New England US Pony Clubs Region, District Commissioner of the Ponkapoag Pony Club, and secretary of numerous Dressage competitions. Vivien was the first District Director of Region Eight for the US Dressage Federation. She was a life member of the Boston Navigators Club, National Garden Clubs, and Garden Club Federation of Mass. She was a regional master of the American Contract Bridge League and a Master Flower Show Judge for National Garden Clubs. Vivien was also a professional actress for seven years in New York and she toured with Audrey Hepburn, Jack Lemmon and many others. A memorial service will be held at a future date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the 2nd Congregational Church of Cohasset or to Hospice of the South Shore, 30 Reservoir Park Drive, Rockland, MA 02370. For an online guest book, please visit . 781-383-0200
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Published in The Cohasset Mariner from June 19 to July 1, 2016
Lyne, Ann B. - Concord  
A lover of all children, Ann Blair Lyne, 86, of Concord, died Saturday, June 11, at her Concord home. She was the wife of the late Austin F. Lyne who died in 2014. She was born November 20, 1929 in Pittsburg, Pa. to Emme Mori and James Blair. She attended Wells College (N.Y.) before moving to N.Y.C. to work in advertising for J. Walter Thompson. She later worked for The New Yorker. Ann and Austin married on November 27, 1954. They settled in Concord, Mass. to raise their six children. They loved them and their spouses with all of their hearts: Austy and Patty Lyne of Scituate; Janie and Bob Oakes of South Burlington, Vt.; Lisa and Dick Tucker Chestnut Hill; Blair and Tracy Lyne of Concord; Mike and Kami Lyne of Brunswick, Maine; and Stephen Lyne of Concord. While running hundreds of carpools required of a mother of six, Ann took up needlepoint, which became a life-long passion. She taught many classes over the years and decorated many homes with her work. Ann also loved art, experimenting with many mediums. She became accomplished with her favorite | watercolor painting. A creative teacher at heart, with a natural gift for working with children, Ann was also a gifted early childhood educator. When her own children had grown, she turned her efforts to Head Start in Somerville, and the Cambridge Nursery School, nurturing scores of three and four year olds as if they were her own. All the while, Ann most enjoyed following the adventures of their grandchildren. Whether watching them on the field, on the stage, or running in the backyard at a Bumpy party, Ann was always happiest wherever her grandchildren were. Lovingly known as Grannie Annie, Dar 2, and Neenie, she had a great influence on Austin, Caitlin and husband Dan, Meagan, Michael, Annie, John and wife Michelle, Toph, Willy, Clare, Jack, Nolan and Sean. Ann is also greatly missed by a large extended family and countless friends of all ages. Dad welcomed Mom home with a smile and a song, and maybe even three holes of golf. We miss you and love you to the moon and back Mom. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday, June 20, at 10 a.m. in Holy Family Parish, Monument Square, Concord Center. Private burial will be held the following day at the family plot in Holyhood Cemetery, Brookline. At Anns request, there will be no calling hours. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Massachusetts Head Start Association, or Horizons for Homeless Children, 1705 Columbus Avenue, Roxbury, MA 02119. Arrangements are under the care of Charles W. Dee Jr. and Susan M. Dee, Dee Funeral Home of Concord. To share a remembrance or to send a condolence in her online guestbook, please visit .
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Published in The Cohasset Mariner from June 13 to June 24, 2016
Robinson, Elizabeth  
Elizabeth Robinson, 99, formerly of Hingham, MA, died peacefully at the home of her niece, Ann Selinger, in Dunstable, MA on June 12, 2016. She was born in St. Louis, MO and lived in Garden City, NY, West Newton, MA, Denver, CO, Cambridge, MA and settled in Hingham. After a life long career working for the Telephone Company, Elizabeth became interested in painting which became a passion for the rest of her life. After moving to Hingham and retiring, she continued her studies at the South Shore Art Center and eventually took up Chinese brush painting studying under Qingxiong MA. Elizabeth is survived by her niece and her nephew, Dominic B. Griffin, III of New York City; her great nephew John Selinger and his wife Annika, of Dunstable, and their two daughters, Marta and Isabel; her great niece, Amy Selinger and husband Mark Elefante, of Lexington, and their two daughters, Hannah and Julia; her great niece, Tara Griffin Montague and her husband, Lt. M. Gavan Montague of Takoma Park, MD, and their two sons, Edward and Joseph; and her great nephew, Dominic B. Griffin, IV, his wife Tara Mrowka, of Brooklyn, NY, and their son Henry. A Funeral Mass will be said on Tuesday, June 21 at 10 am at Sacred Heart Church in Lexington with private burial at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Arlington, MA. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the South Shore Art Center, 119 Ripley Road, Cohasset, MA 02025.
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Published in The Cohasset Mariner from June 18 to July 1, 2016
Welz, Bryan J. - Edgartown  
Bryan Joseph Welz died June 9, 2016 on Marthas Vineyard at the age of 68 after a battle with cancer. Bryan is survived by his wife Eloise Weezie Welz of Edgartown, Mass., his daughter Alison Welz of Austin, Texas, his son Nicholas Welz, daughter-in-law Sarah Dinwoodey Welz and grandchildren Adelaide and Lincoln Welz of Cohasset, Mass. (to the latter known simply as Bubba.) He is preceded in death by his parents Henry Joseph Welz and Mary Welz as well as his brother Robert Welz. Bryan was born on July 26, 1947 in Boston. He attended Catholic Memorial High School, Northfield Mount Hermon School and graduated with a degree in Government from Harvard University in 1970. Before moving to Marthas Vineyard in 2014, Bryan and Weezie lived in Cohasset, Mass. for over 30 years. For most of his professional life, Bryan was in the wine business, most recently as an independent broker. In addition to his vast knowledge of and passion for wines from all over the world, Bryan was captivated by the various cultures, cuisines, and people he met along the way. A thoughtful man with a lifelong intellectual curiosity, Bryan was also a legendary raconteur with stories that would often unfurl over the course of an entire evening and make innovative use of profanity. Bryan loved Boston sports, The Rolling Stones, The Grateful Dead and The Beatles, fishing on the Vineyard, finding a traffic-free shortcut and reminiscing about the good old days. He had no tolerance for bureaucracy, bad drivers or pretense. His mustache was his trademark and he was a maker of extraordinary sandwiches. Those who knew Bryan Welz knew him to be a lovable curmudgeon. A celebratory gathering in Bryans honor will be held with family and friends in the Boston area at later date. The family would like to thank the staff of Marthas Vineyard Hospital and MV Hospice for their tremendous support and care. Donations in Bryans memory can be made to the Marthas Vineyard Cancer Support Group at:
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Published in The Cohasset Mariner from June 12 to June 24, 2016
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