Obits: Oldest Living Resident, Nun and 48-Year-Old
We list area obituaries.
Amy was a graduate of Clark University and served in the U.S. Air Force Reserves. She enjoyed the beach, her VW convertible Bug with her "yellow flower" and loved to clean.
Marlborough — Sister Marie Stanga, a Sister of St. Anne, known in religion as Sister Madeleine Marie, died Sunday, March 17, 2013 at Marie Esther Health Center. Sister Marie was in the 98th year of life and the 78th year of her vowed religious life.
Sister’s ministry as a teacher began in Quebec where she taught in schools in Montreal and on the reserve in Kahwnawake.
Born and raised in Clinton, daughter of Herbert and Margaret (Hahn) Trautner, she lived in Northborough since 1947.
Shrewsbury — Paul J. Ryan, of Shrewsbury, died unexpectedly at home on Wednesday, March 13, 2013. He was 76.
Paul's needs in life were simple and its these things that made him most happy: time with his grandchildren; attending their sporting events as "Grampy" and never missed an opportunity to watch them play; a good cigar; a nice glass of scotch with family and friends; a challenging conversation about politics (often one-sided); a good bargain and the love of his family.
Richard served his country as a member of the Navy during the Korean War.
He was a veteran of WWII, serving in the U.S. Navy. He will always be remembered for his gentle quiet nature, his warm loving smile, and his welcoming open heart.
Marion was employed many years ago as a lab technician at St. Vincent Hospital, Worcester. In recent years she worked as a cashier at the Rotary Club of Westborough Driving Range.
She worked for Data General for many years, in addition to PSI of Westborough, MA. Recently, she worked at United Electric Controls in Watertown, using her design skills.
She was a long time resident of Sutton with the distinction of being the oldest living town resident.