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  • Father John P. Reboli, SJ

    Father John P. Reboli, SJ (Feb. 17) in Weston. Memorial Mass celebrated Feb. 28 at Holy Spirit Chapel, Weston. During 53 years of priestly ministry in the Society of Jesus, Father Reboli served in assignments of the East Province of the Jesuits in Conn.; Ohio; N.Y.; Lenox; and Worcester, Mass.; and, locally, at Weston College, Cambridge and Weston; and Boston College, Newton. Father Reboli will be buried in the Jesuit Cemetery, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester.

  • Dennis R. Dunnigan

    Dennis R. Dunnigan (Feb. 20) in Andover. Funeral Mass celebrated Feb. 28 at Saint Mary of the Annunciation Church, Melrose. Mr. Dunnigan, a United States Army veteran, was a valued staff member at the Boston Public Library. He was a well-known presence at the Sister Disciples of the Divine Master Liturgical Apostolate Center, Boston; and at the Archdiocesan Pastoral Center, Braintree. Mr. Dunnigan was buried in Lindenwood Cemetery, Stoneham.

  • Deacon Robert J. Gaudreau

    Deacon Robert J. Gaudreau, '88 (Feb. 15) in Lawrence. Funeral Mass celebrated Feb. 21 at Sacred Hearts Church, Haverhill, for the husband of Janice (Kennedy) Gaudreau, Hampstead, N.H.; and father of Matthew, Hampstead, N.H.; Robert, Cape Coral, Fla.; John, Auburn, N.H.; and Andrew, Danville, N.H. Deacon Gaudreau served as a deacon at Sacred Hearts Parish, Haverhill. He was buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Haverhill.

  • June (Kelley) Callahan

    June (Kelley) Callahan (Feb. 12) in Waltham. Funeral Mass celebrated Feb. 20 at Saint Jude Church, Waltham, for the mother of Father James Callahan, Worthington, Minn.; and Sheila Lee, Burlington. Mrs. Callahan was buried in Mount Feake Cemetery, Waltham.

  • Thomas A. Wall

    Thomas A. Wall (Feb. 14) in Lexington. Funeral Mass celebrated Feb. 23 at Saint Brigid Church, Lexington, for the father of David, Wellesley; Maureen Levangie, Lexington; and brother of the late Father David Wall. Mr. Wall was buried in Westview Cemetery, Lexington.

  • Sister Clelia (Rosina) Cecchetti, SP

    Sister Clelia (Rosina) Cecchetti, SP (Feb. 3) in Saint Mary of the Woods, Ind. Funeral Mass celebrated Feb. 9 at Immaculate Conception Church, Saint Mary of the Woods, Ind., for the daughter of the late Felix and Rose (Saint John) Cecchetti and sister of George, Arlington, Va.; Ralph, Cary, N. Car.; and Richard, Manasquan, N.J. During 65 years of religious life, Sister Clelia served in congregational assignments in Washington, D.C.; Ind.; Maryland; and, locally, at Saint Rose of Lima, Chelsea. Sister Clelia was buried in Sisters of Providence Cemetery, Saint Mary of the Woods, Ind.

  • Sister Miriam (Mary Muriel) McGuire, SSND

    Sister Miriam (Mary Muriel) McGuire, SSND (Feb. 3) in Bayside, N.Y. Funeral Mass celebrated Feb. 9 at Saint Andrew Church, Bridgeport, Conn., for the daughter of the late Thomas and Teresa (McAvaney) McGuire; and sister of the late Sister Miriam Thomas (Irene) McGuire, SSND. During 75 years of religious life, Sister Miriam, a Medford native, served in congregational assignments in Conn. and N.Y. Sister Miriam was buried in Saint Mary Cemetery, Bethel, Conn.

  • Frederick V. Gilgun

    Frederick V. Gilgun (Feb. 3) in Woburn. Funeral Mass celebrated Feb. 9 at Saint Charles Borromeo Church, Woburn, for the husband of Dorothy (Richard), Woburn, and father of Frederick, Winchester; Dorothy Roscillo and Rosemary Maher, both of Woburn; Patrica Harnan, South Boston; and Elizabeth Coveno, Charlestown; and brother of David, Woburn; and the late Father Bernard Gilgun. Mr. Gilgun was buried in Calvary Cemetery, Winchester.

  • Stephen D. Harrington

    Stephen D. Harrington (Feb. 1) in Cork, Ireland. Funeral Services celebrated Feb. 9 for the brother of Sister Barbara (Verita) Harrington, OP, Norwood; Michael, Bedford; Anne Thomas, Arlington; and David, Chelmsford. Committal services were private.

  • Joseph J. McHugh

    Joseph J. McHugh (Feb. 1) in Milton. Funeral Mass celebrated Feb. 9 at Saint Agatha Church, Milton, for the husband of the late Agnes (McMullin) and Mary (Faulkner); and father of Father Joseph F. McHugh, SJ, Berkely, Calif.; Mary Mullane, Plymouth; Catherine Grant, Weymouth; Brendan, Peabody; John, Quincy; and Margaret, Braintree. Mr. McHugh was buried in Blue Hill Cemetery, Braintree.

  • Ann Marie (Desmond) Quinn

    Ann Marie (Desmond) Quinn (Feb. 7) in Weymouth. Funeral Mass celebrated Feb. 12 at Saint Francis Xavier Church, Weymouth, for the wife of Edward, Weymouth; and mother of Edward, Scituate; Karen Watson, Louisville, Ky.; Joanne Healey, Hanover; and sister of Denis, Boston; Mary McGrail, Mansfield; Eileen Bankowski, Dorchester; and Margaret Clifford, San Antonio, Texas; and the late Sister Joan (Saint Patrick) Desmond, SNDdeN. Committal services were private.

  • Deacon Joseph M. Messina

    Deacon Joseph M. Messina, '77 (Feb. 3) in Westwood. Funeral Mass celebrated Feb. 9 at Saint Margaret Mary Church, Westwood, for the husband of Mary (Fitzpatrick) Messina, and father of Joseph and John, both of Medfield; Mary Amirault and Paul, both of Walpole; and Julie, Millis. During 46 years of diaconal ministry, he served in assignments at Saint Margaret Mary, Westwood; Saint Catherine of Siena and Saint Timothy, both in Norwood; and at the Permanent Diaconate Program, Boston. Deacon Messina was buried in New Westwood Cemetery, Westwood.

  • Sister Glenna L. Connors, SC

    Sister Glenna L. Connors, SC (Jan. 28) in Wellesley. Funeral Mass celebrated Feb. 5 at Mount Saint Vincent Chapel, Wellesley, for the daughter of the late Thomas and Bernetta, and sister of Thomas, Lawrence. During 66 years of religious life, Sister Glenna served in congregational assignments at Saint Michael, North Andover; Saint Patrick and Saint John-Saint Hugh, both in Roxbury; Saint Margaret, Dorchester; Msgr. Ryan Memorial and Saint Peter, all in Dorchester; Saint Philip Neri, Waban; Saint Francis of Assisi, Medford; and Immaculate Conception, Weymouth. Sister Glenna was buried in Saint Mary Cemetery, Needham.