Dorothy-Wade-Obituary

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Dorothy A. (Donovan) Wade

Clinton, Massachusetts

Oct 9, 1953 – Oct 4, 2018

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McNally & Watson Funeral & Cremation Service Obituary

CLINTONDorothy A. (Donovan) Wade, 64, died Thursday, October 4, 2018, in her home, surrounded by her loving family.She is survived by her husband of 41 years, David M. Wade; two children: Kelly A. Knower and her husband, Brett, of Templeton, and Michael D. Wade and his wife, Bethanne, of Clinton,...

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I was saddened to hear of Dot's passing earlier this month. I taught with Dot at Neary for several years. She was a warm and caring teacher to her students and a great co-worker, with her positive attitude and easy laugh. Wishing the family warm thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

So very sorry to hear this sad news. We were so very close as we taught together at Neary. She always put her students first, and loved them dearly. She was one very special Lady! My condolences to her family during this difficult time. May her memory be for a blessing.

I am so sad to hear of Dots passing. We were teaching buddies for years at Neary and had many a laugh together. She was an awesome teacher and friend and will be sorely missed. May her memory be a blessing.

Dear David, Kelly, and Michael,
I want to say how very much I enjoyed the many years Dot and I worked together at Neary School.
She was a very dedicated teacher, loved the children that she worked with (and vise versa), and was a tremendous support to me in the classroom for many years. She always put students and other teachers first before herself and seemed to never really care so much about getting recognition for her hard work. She was selfless, so thoughtful of others, and...

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Mike and family, Bud and I were very sad to hear of Mom's passing. Although expected it is still a difficult time. May fond memories of happier times give you all some peace. You are all in our thoughts. Bud and Kathy Winsor

Dave, Kelly, Mike and families: Dot was one of the funniest people I ever met. She was so genuine and was very proud of all of you. I liked her the very first time we met despite her allegiance to a certain baseball team from New York. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
Rob and Julie Ryll

Kelly and Family,
I am so terribly sad to hear of your mothers passing. I am thinking of you and your family.