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Audrey L. Leiblein, 86, of Quincy, died at home October 31, 2017 surrounded by the love, comfort and care of her family. She was the devoted wife of more than 60 years to the late Edward Leiblein, to whom she provided home care over the final decade of his life up until his passing in 2012. Audrey enjoyed a career in business, concentrating on asset management and reconcilement accounting, working for Fidelity Investments and New England Educational Loan Marketing, the organization from which she retired. While working full time and taking care of family, Audrey began pursuing a college degree at Quincy Junior College in her forties and then transferred to Northeastern University where she earned a B. S. as a double major in Accounting and Finance, graduating with honors in 1988. Her college studies also sparked her interest in history and literature, which dovetailed with her constant reading. Audrey had a real soft spot for animals and served as the loving pet owner of many cats and dogs through the years. An accomplished cook and generous host, Audrey and Ed held many holiday celebrations, cookouts, and impromptu get-togethers at their Quincy home, enjoyed by family, friends and neighbors. Too modest to say it herself, Audrey could cook, clean, bake or sew anything under the sun. She kept a beautiful vegetable and flower garden at her home, the bounty of which she enjoyed sharing. She was the mother of Adelle Leiblein and her husband David Tracey of Nashua, N.H., Andrea Leiblein of Quincy and the late Althea Leiblein. Sister of the late Joan Colby, Louise Albro and Janice Lamb. Also survived by sister-in-law Hilda Marrigan and many nieces and nephews. The Leiblein family wishes to thank the Norwell Visiting Nurse Association for their professional and compassionate care. As she lived it, Audreys abiding message was Be kind when you have a choice. Be kind even when you dont have a choice. Make it a good day. Arrangements are private, and Audrey requested no calling hours or services. Her cremated remains will be scattered at sea in the same location as Eds were. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be made to the or the Wounded Warrior Project, which Audrey supported herself. The Leiblein family wishes to thank the Norwell Visiting Nurse Association for their professional and compassionate care. As she lived it, Audreys abiding message was Be kind when you have a choice. Be kind even when you dont have a choice. Make it a good day. Assisting the family is: Hamel Funeral Care & Cremation Service of Massachusetts csofma.com
Published in The Weymouth News from Nov. 3 to Nov. 15, 2017
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