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  • Sister Geraldine (Cor Marie) Flattery, OP

    Sister Geraldine (Cor Marie) Flattery, OP (April 10) in Saint Catharine, Ky. Funeral Mass celebrated April 15 at Sansbury Chapel, Saint Catharine, Ky. for the daughter of the late Edward and Mary (Person) Flattery. During 63 years of religious life, Sister served in congregational assignments in. Ill.; N.Y.; W. Va.; and locally at Saint Mel, Gloucester; Rosary Academy, Watertown; Saint John the Evangelist, Cambridge and Saint Peter, Gloucester. Sister Geraldine was buried in the Motherhouse Cemetery, Saint Catharine, Ky.

  • Sister Symphrona Paydos, OSF

    Sister Symphrona Paydos, OSF (March 27) in Reading, Penn. Funeral Mass celebrated March 31 at Sacred Heart Convent Chapel, Reading for the daughter of the late John and Anna (Koziol) Paydos and sister of Jane Jerominek, Smithfield, R.I. During 85 years of religious life, Sister served in congregational assignments in Mich.; N.J.; Penn.; R.I. and locally at the Joseph P. Kennedy School, Hyde Park. Sister Symphrona was buried in the Bernardine Franciscan Sisters Cemetery, Reading, Penn.

  • Alfred J. Borges

    Alfred J. Borges (April 11) in Brockton. Funeral Mass celebrated April 15 at Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Brockton for the husband of Betty (Bronson) (Fink) Borges; father of Patricia Delorey, and Denise Sullivan both of Weymouth; and brother of Father Laurence Borges, senior priest, Roslindale; and Marie Quinn, Marion. Mr. Borges was buried in the National Cemetery, Bourne.

  • Elena (Terella) Gardyna

    Elena (Terella) Gardyna (April 9) in Wareham. Funeral Mass celebrated April 14 at Saint Patrick Church, Wareham for the wife of Deacon Henry Gardyna, f83; and mother of JoAnne Ellison, Ayer; Elena Palmer, Sandown, N.H.; and sister of Ralph Terella, Orange, Calif. Mrs. Gardyna was buried in the National Cemetery, Bourne, Mass.

  • Paul R. LeDuc

    Paul R. LeDuc (April 4) in Lowell. Funeral Mass celebrated April 8 at Saint Michael Church, Lowell for the husband of Ruth (Cloutier)(Dubey) LeDuc and the late Janet (Gauthier) LeDuc; and father of Deacon Roland, f04, Hudson; Catherine Rousselle, Pelham, N.H.; David Bouchard, Derry, N.H.; Donna McGuire, Hooksett, N.H.; Steven Bouchard, Pelham, N.H.; and Jamie, Nashua, N.H.; and brother of Edward, Chelmsford; Roger, Winchendon; Lorraine Fleury, Leicester; Jeanette Cote, Rutland; and Susan Bates, Cherry Valley. Mr. LeDuc was buried in Tyngsborough Memorial Cemetery, Tyngsborough.

  • Father Raphael Andonian, O Mech.

    Father Raphael Andonian, O Mech. (April 6) in Belmont. Funeral Mass celebrated April 11 at Holy Cross Church, Belmont for the son of the late Hampartsoum and Archalouis (Yeretsian) Andonian and brother of Anny Kourie, Beirut, Lebanon. During his priestly life he served in various assignments of the Mekhitarist Order of the Armenian Catholic Church; he was for many years pastor of Holy Cross Parish, Belmont (and previously Cambridge). He also served as chancellor of the Eparchy of Our Lady of Nareg. Father Andonian was buried in San Lazzaro Mekhitarist Monastery Cemetery, Venice, Italy.

  • Deacon Robert P. Amerault f80

    Deacon Robert P. Amerault f80 (April 2) in Medford. Funeral Mass celebrated April 5 at Saint Raphael Church, Medford for the father of Karen Main, Thornton, N.H.; Cindy Jalbert, Medford; Patricia Mahoney, Medford; Robert, Reading; and Gail Comeau, Wilmington; brother of Florence Benich, Ariz.; Donald, Medford; Alan, Nev. During his diaconal ministry, he served at Sacred Heart and Saint Joseph, both in Medford, and Sacred Hearts, Malden. Deacon Amerault was buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Medford.

  • Brother Edward P. Babinski, SJ

    Brother Edward P. Babinski, SJ (April 7) in Weston. Funeral Mass celebrated April 11 at Holy Spirit Chapel, Weston for the son of the late Apolinary and Michalina (Targonski) Babinski, and brother of Chester and Anna Babinski, both of Worcester. During his religious life Brother served in various assignments of the New England Jesuit Province and more recently in The Provincial Offices. Brother Edward was buried in the Jesuit Cemetery, Weston.

  • Sister Barbara (Mary of the Divine Child) McElwin, RGS

    Sister Barbara (Mary of the Divine Child) McElwin, RGS (April 4). Funeral Mass celebrated April 9 at Good Shepherd Center Chapel, Marlborough for the daughter of the late Leo and Ethel (Stackpole) McElwin and sister of Virginia Machado, Pembroke. During 76 years of religious life Sister served in congregational assignments in N.J.; N.Y.; and locally at Good Shepherd Center, Marlborough. Sister Barbara was buried in Mount Benedict Cemetery, West Roxbury.

  • James A. MacInnis

    James A. MacInnis (March 31) in Boston. Funeral Mass celebrated April 5 at Jeanne Jugan Residence Chapel, Somerville for the brother of Father John E. MacInnis, Saint John the Baptist, Peabody and Saint Thomas the Apostle, Salem; Mary Gorman, Somerville; Patricia Tuccelli, Winchester. Mr. MacInnis was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden.

  • Catherine (OfConnell) Reardon

    Catherine (OfConnell) Reardon (April 3) in Cambridge. Funeral Mass celebrated April 7 at Saint John the Evangelist Church, Cambridge for the mother of Margo Keegan, Belmont; and John, Cambridge; and sister of the late Father John G. OfConnell. Mrs. Reardon was buried in Cambridge Cemetery, Cambridge.

  • Father Edwin J. Bobrek, OFM

    Father Edwin J. Bobrek, OFM (March 24) in Encinitas, Calif. Funeral Mass celebrated April 7 at Nativity Church, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. For the son of the late John and Caroline (Matuszczak) Bobrek; and brother of Carolyn, Beverly. During 62 years of priestly ministry Father served in assignments of the Holy Name Province of the Franciscans in N.Y.; and locally at Our Lady of Mount Carmel, East Boston. He also served as a Chaplain in the US Navy in Vietnam; Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; Texas; and Calif. Father Bobrek was buried in the National Cemetery, San Diego, Calif.

  • Ann (McCaffrey) Kearney

    Ann (McCaffrey) Kearney (March 31) in Franklin. Funeral Mass celebrated April 4 at Saint Mary Church, Franklin for the mother of Father Timothy E. Kearney, All Saints, Haverhill; Michael, Wrentham; Christopher, Juli, and Mary Ellen Mullaney all of Franklin; and Amy, Boston. Mrs. Kearney was buried in Saint Mary Cemetery, Franklin.

  • Mary T. (McHugh) Mannion

    Mary T. (McHugh) Mannion (March 29) in Framingham. Funeral Mass celebrated April 2 at Saint Stephen Church, Framingham for the wife of Deacon John Mannion (f86); and mother of Paul, Hudson; Sean, Berlin; and Della Larsen, Canton; and sister of Claire Reynolds, Galway, Ireland; and Patrick, Manchester, England. Mrs. Mannion was buried in Saint Stephen Cemetery, Framingham.

  • William F. McGowan

    William F. McGowan (March 27) in Newton. Funeral Mass celebrated April 1 at Sacred Heart Church, Waltham for the husband of Mary (OfMalley) McGowan, and brother of Father James McGowan, Regina Cleri, Boston; Charlotte, Woburn and Virginia Kazazin, Green Valley, Ariz. Committal service were private.

  • Deacon Richard Siebert f06

    Deacon Richard Siebert f06 (March 23) in Newbury. Funeral Mass celebrated March 28 at Immaculate Conception, Newburyport, for the husband of Claire (Cameron) Siebert, Newbury, and father of Dana Gargan, Laura Fergola, Kerry, Erik, Kristen and Rachael, all of Newbury; son of Eileen (Fitzgerald) Siebert, York, Maine; and brother of Robert and Kevin, both of Merrimack, N.H. and Lynn Thomas, York, Maine. During his ministry as permanent deacon he served at Immaculate Conception, Newburyport and the Pro-Life activities of the archdiocese. Deacon Siebert was buried in Saint Mary Cemetery, Newburyport.

  • Father James C. Erving, OMI

    Father James C. Erving, OMI (March 18) in San Antonio, Texas. Funeral Mass celebrated at Immaculate Conception Chapel, San Antonio for the son of Joseph and Eileen (Tierney) Erving, Brooklyn, N.Y. and brother of Joseph; Elizabeth Gonzalez, and Daniel. During 13 years of priestly ministry in the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, Father served in assignments in N.Y.; Texas, and locally at Immaculate Conception, Lowell. Father Erving was buried in the Oblate Cemetery, San Antonio, Texas.

  • Mary (Fahey) Porter

    Mary (Fahey) Porter (March 20) in Hampstead, N.H. Funeral Mass celebrated March 24 at Saint Anne Church, Hampstead, N.H. for the wife of Robert, Hampstead; and mother of Robert, Colchester, Conn.; Kevin, Hoboken, N.J.; Kathleen McGlynn, Quincy; and Marianne Keyes, Somersworth, N.H.; and sister of Father James L. Fahey, senior priest, Saint Mary, Georgetown. Mrs. Porter was buried in the National Cemetery, Bourne.

  • Sister Julia (Mary Agnello) Ford, CSJ

    Sister Julia (Mary Agnello) Ford, CSJ (March 16) in Framingham. Funeral Mass celebrated March 21 at Holy Spirit Chapel, Framingham for the daughter of the late Anthony and Mary (Keaveney) Ford. During 80 years of religious life Sister served in congregational assignments at Saint Patrick, Natick; Sacred Hearts, Haverhill; Saint Benedict, Somerville; Keith Hall, Lowell; Regis College, Weston; Archdiocesan School Office, Boston; and Aquinas College, Newton (President). Sister Julia was buried in Saint Patrick Cemetery, Natick.

  • Sister Therese (Mary Cyrilla) Deveau, SMSM

    Sister Therese (Mary Cyrilla) Deveau, SMSM (March 9) in Wellesley. Funeral Mass celebrated at Marist Sisters Covent, Waltham on March 13 for the daughter of the late Odilon and Laura (LaJoie) Deveau. During 69 years of religious life Sister served in congregational assignments in Australia; Papua New Guinea; Solomon Islands; and locally at Lexington and Waltham. Sister Therese was buried in Saint Patrick Cemetery, Watertown.

  • Catherine (Browne) Mullaney

    Catherine (Browne) Mullaney (March 11) in West Roxbury. Funeral Mass celebrated March 14 at Holy Name Church, West Roxbury for the mother of Father Cornelius J. Mullaney, Regina Cleri, Boston; Edward, Weymouth; Beth, West Roxbury; Mary Despres, North Grafton; and Paul, Bridgewater. Mrs. Mullaney was buried in Holyhood Cemetery, Brookline.