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Morris "Moe" Eagerman
Of Wayland, formerly of Natick & Boston. Former owner of Eagerman's Bakery. Entered Eternal Rest December 16, 2004. Dear brother of the late Ida Shubert, Bessie, Isadore, Charles, Julius, Jack and Frank Eagerman. Loving brother-in-law of Gladys, Eleanor and Ruth Eagerman. Cherished uncle of many nieces, nephews, grand nieces and grand nephews. Devoted friend of the Gadman, Jacobs and Buckley families. Services at the Goldman Funeral Chapel, 174 Ferry St., (off Route 60), MALDEN, on Friday, December 17 at 1:30 PM. Interment in Everett. Condolence calls may be made following services only at the home of Helen & Daniel Willinger. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be donated to the charity of one's choice. Goldman Funeral Chapel 1-800-982-3717
Published by Boston Globe on Dec. 17, 2004.
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I'm sorry to hear of Mr. Eagerman's passing. I remember him well from my childhood days going to eagerman's bakery after church with my mother to get bagels and onion board, lox and whitefish. There were always tasty samples on the counter and coffee for customers waiting inline with their numbers. My mother was catholic and my father was Jewish. I didn't know until many years later that this was not a catholic tradition! Going to Eagerman's every Sunday is a happy memory of my childhood that I'll always treasure. Rest in Peace "Moe"
Elizabeth Freedman Stearns
December 17, 2004
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