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Bryan, Catherine  
Catherine Pete Bryan passed on peacefully at the age of 96 on May 5, 2015. A celebration of her life will take place Saturday, May 23, at 10 a.m., at the Congregational Church of Westborough. She was an active member of the church and enjoyed tennis and bridge. She exercised every day into her 90s. Pete grew up in Seymour, Indiana, with her grandparents, and moved to Huntington, West Virginia, after she married. Her husband Gaines died in 1963. She worked for several years as a masseuse and taught exercise classes at the YMCA in Huntington until moving to Westborough. GP (Grandma Pete), as she was known by her grandchildren, is survived by son Peter and his wife Susan Bryan of Taylor, Texas, daughter Patty and her husband David Wyner of Northborough, and son Virgil and his wife Gail Bryan of Orange Park, Florida. She is also survived by five grandchildren, Chad Bryan (Pierce) of Janesville, Wisconsin, Stan Bryan (Pierce) of Spokane, Washington, Chris Wyner of Kenilworth, Illinois, and his wife Emily, Michael Wyner of Brighton and his wife Stanislava, and Clay Bryan serving our country in San Angelo, Texas; four great-grandchildren, Courtney, Christopher, Catherine and Will; and two great-great grandchildren, Jayden and Emery. Both Pete and her daughter Patty are grateful for the wonderful people at Beaumont in Northborough who provided such excellent care for her the last couple of years. Donations in lieu of flowers may be made to the Congregational Church of Westborough, 57 West Main St., Westborough MA 01581, or to the charity of your choice.
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Published in The Northborough Villager from May 7 to May 22, 2015
Gaines, Betty  
Betty Gaines, passed away on May 23 surrounded by her family. She grew up on RiversideDrive in Manhattan. During World War II, she graduated from NYU while working for the Office of Price Administration. In response to the post war influx of Jewish refugees into the US, she assisted displaced people by helping them integrate into American Society by working for the United Services for New Americans. In 1947, in a Synagogue in Kew Gardens, she married Bernard Gaines who was an aeronautical engineer. Their careers led them to Buffalo, New York, where she graduated with a master's degree in social work from the University of Buffalo. They moved to Long Island where she practiced social work and he played a part in landing Neil Armstrong on the Moon. Betty was a devoted reader of the the New York Times and a wonderful cook. She devoted her life to personally assisting discarded people and pets. Her two sons Bill and John, as well as their wives and her three grandchildren survive her.
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Published in The Northborough Villager from May 27 to June 4, 2015
Nordmark, Jo-Ann  
Jo-Ann Toki L. Nordmark, 82, of Hopkinton, passed away Sunday, May 10, 2015. Born in Melrose, she was the daughter of the late Winifred (Atwell) and Paul August Nordmark. A longtime Hopkinton resident, Jo-Ann was a former Hopkinton school cheerleader and a member of the Hopkinton Senior Center as well as the Northborough and Sandwich Senior Centers. She is survived by her children, Paul Douglas Kenyon of Freemont, NH, Kris Kenyon-White of Hopkinton, Sandra Kenyon of Leominster, Karin Gravallese and her husband Ralph of Ashland, and Douglas Kenyon Jr. and his wife Lori of Wells, ME. She also leaves behind a sister, Paula Nordmark of Rutland, 12 grandchildren: Janis White-Haskins, Stefanie White, Kimberly Fitzgerald, Nathan Kenyon, Ashley Kenyon, Derek Sliney, Zachary Sliney, Nathaniel Sliney, Aaron Sliney, Karissa Kenyon, Kaitlyn Kenyon, Kourtney Kenyon; 6 Great Grandchildren: Brittany Vermilyea, Ryan Vermilyea, Caleb Fitzgerald, Abigail Fitzgerald, Emily Fitzgerald, and Carson Senecal. She is predeceased by her sister, Janet Yeadon. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, May 13th from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Chesmore Funeral Home of Hopkinton, 57 Hayden Rowe St. A Funeral Service will take place on Thursday, May 14th at 10 a.m. at the Westborough United Methodist Church. Burial will follow in Evergreen Cemetery in Hopkinton. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be made to Friends of Hopkinton Senior Center, 28 Mayhew St. Hopkinton, MA 01748
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Published in The Northborough Villager from May 12 to May 22, 2015
O'Brien Jr., Clement - North Ft. Myers  
On May 1, 2015, the fifty second anniversary of marriage to his Joanie, Clement G Clem OBrien Jr. peacefully passed away with family by his side at Shell Point Hospice after a brief illness. Born in 1942 in Lewiston, Maine, Clem was the first of seven children born to Clement G. Sr. and Joan H (Uniac) OBrien. A man of many interests and accomplishments, Clem earned degrees in engineering from Wentworth Institute, and in Liberal Arts from and MBA from Northeastern University. He enjoyed a successful and satisfying professional career in senior management positions in both large corporations and start-ups. He was a skilled craftsman and mechanic and enjoyed nothing more than a challenging project. However his greatest love was boating and being on the water anywhere in the world. Fortunately, he and Joan were able to share many seafaring adventures over the years which provide his family with a wonderful trove of stories and memories. Family was everything to Clem, and he was blessed with three lovely daughters, their husbands who truly became his sons, and seven beautiful grandchildren, all of whom were an unending source of pride and joy. He instilled in them his trademark unswerving devotion to family, unyielding personal integrity, and unconditional love. They remain his legacy. Clem is survived and will be forever missed by his cherished wife, Joan (Barrett), beloved daughters Lynn (Paul) Kurker of Reading MA, Susan (Billy) Dupre of Northboro, MA, Erin (Rob) Giese of Grafton, MA, treasured grandchildren Sam, Harry and Lily Kurker, Ben and Hannah Dupre, and Maddy and Jack Giese. His much-loved surviving siblings include Robert Bob and Michael (Mary) OBrien, Maureen (Ernie) Demsey, Gail (Gene) Demsey, Ann (Bruce) Seaman, and their children and grandchildren who brought him so much joy. And his wonderful extended family includes dear aunt Lois OBrien, sisters-in-law Jean Holland and Carol (Stan) Lea, brother-in-law John Tex Kidd (Maureen), beloved friends too numerous to mention, and his constant canine companion Daisy. Besides his parents, Clem was predeceased by cherished younger sister Maryjoan (Tex) Kidd and brother-in-law Joe Holland. The family would like to thank the staff at Shell Point Hospice for the comfort and support extended to Clem and all his family at this difficult time. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hope Hospice at Shell Point in recognition of the outstanding care they provide at Hope Hospice at Shell Point: 15071 Shell Point Boulevard, Fort Myers FL 33908. The wake will be held on Thursday May 21, 2015, at St. Rose of Lima, 12, Park St., Topsfield, MA 01983 from 4 until 7pm with the Funeral on Friday, May 22, at St. Rose of Lima at 9:00 am.
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Published in The Northborough Villager from May 19 to May 29, 2015
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