Obituaries

Joanne M. (Powell) Ouellet, 75

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Joanne M. (Powell) Ouellet, 75, of Milford and formerly of Hopkinton passed away Friday, September 18, 2020 with her family by her side, after a short period of declining health. Born in Framingham, she was the daughter of the late Vernon and Irene (Shaw) Powell and is survived by her brother Daniel (Ted) Powell and his wife, Diane of Upton. She is predeceased by her husband of 34 years, James C. Ouellet.

Mary Wise, 84

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Mary Wise, age 84, of Hopkinton, MA, formerly of Natick, passed away with her family by her side on September 14, 2020, after entering hospice care in early June.

Rose M. Scianna, 95

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Rose M. Scianna, 95, of Hopkinton, passed away September 10, 2020 at Timothy Daniels House in Holliston. Born in Natick, she was the daughter of the late Immaculata (Paganuzzi) and Joseph Ortenzi. She was the wife of 70 years to Nicholas P. Scianna of Hopkinton (previously Natick).

Rose was a lifelong resident of Natick and graduated from Natick High School in 1942. First and foremost she was a devoted homemaker who was dedicated to her family. She loved to cook, bake, and enjoyed creating beautiful crewel embroidery.

Mason (Jennifer) Lee, 13,

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Mason (Jennifer) Lee, 13, of Hopkinton, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, September 1, 2020. Born in Guatemala City, Guatemala, he was the child of Kim Henderson-Lee and Andrew Lee of Hopkinton.

George Paul Reimann Jr., 84

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George Paul Reimann Jr., 84, of Hopkinton, passed away at UMass Memorial Medical Center on Saturday, August 22, 2020. Born in Needham, he was the son of the late Margaret (Atwood) and George P. Reimann Sr. He was the husband of 30 years to Nancy (Rising) Reimann of Hopkinton.

Joseph E. Bleakney passed away

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Joseph E. Bleakney passed away peacefully at the Rhode Island Hospital in Providence, RI, on August 8, 2020, after a brief illness. Joe was born and raised in Framingham, one of four children to Charles W. and Rosemary Y. (Grant) Bleakney, Jr. He was a graduate of the J.P. Keefe Voc. Tech. H.S. and worked over 25 years at Air Products prior to being employed as a fiber optics and telecommunications project manager with XO Communications.

Richard A. Cronin, 77

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Richard A. Cronin, 77, died Wednesday, August 12, in the Saint Camillus Health Center, after a period of declining health and a broken heart, three months after the death of Suzanne (LaFlash) Cronin, his wife of 54 years. He is survived by his daughter,Tricia Lambert, and his grandchildren, Noah, Tucker, Caroline (Coco), and Alexandra Lambert of Northbridge. His son, Timothy R. Cronin, died in 2018.

Ruth Lorraine Fecteau Holmes, 96

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Ruth Lorraine Fecteau Holmes, lived her dash from September 5, 1923 to August 4, 2020 as a daughter of Wilfred Fecteau and Isabel DeWolf, wife of Robert Swasey Holmes, and mother to Lorraine, affectionately known as “Muffet”, Holmes Martorana. Ruth passed peacefully at the age of 96 in the loving care of Hospice of the Valley in Gilbert, Arizona due to COVID.

Kevin M. Kenney, 68

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HOPKINTON - Kevin M. Kenney, 68, died Tuesday, July 28, 2020 at Milford Regional Medical Center after a long illness. Born in Framingham, he was the son of the late Thomas and Ruth (MacMillian) Kenney.

Kevin was a 1970 graduate of Hopkinton High School. He was owner and operator of Central Cleaners in Milford for over 20 years. He was an avid Red Sox fan and loved his dogs Tukka and Fenway. He enjoyed frequent trips to Cape Cod.

Kenneth Wayne Chouinard, 84

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Kenneth Wayne Chouinard, 84 of Ashland passed away Mon July 27th after a period of declining health. He was the son of the late Louis and Ruth (Lougee) Chouinard and husband of 48 years to Theresa (Krivicich) Chouinard. Growing up in Hopkinton, Ken eventually moved to Ashland and was a contractor and carpenter in the area for many years until his retirement. Beloved by his clients and subs, he prized the personal connections created through his work, as well as the craft itself.

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