Clytie Arlene (Banks) Foster, 93

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Clytie Arlene (Banks) Foster, 93, of Hopkinton, died peacefully at her home on Sunday, March 1, 2020. She was surrounded by her children. Born in Rossway, Nova Scotia, Canada, Clytie was one of ten children born to Loren and Edna(Peters) Banks. She is predeceased by her husband of over 60 years, Robert, who passed in 2012. Clytie spent her life between three countries. Canada, the UK, and the US, but Canada was her true home.

Paul Edward Nordstrom, 89

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Paul Edward Nordstrom, 89, of North Grafton and formerly of Hopkinton and Wareham, passed away Monday, March 2, 2020. Born in Newton, he was the son of the late Grace E. (Jackson) and Edward L. Nordstrom. He was the husband of 65 years to Norma (Hazen) Nordstrom.

Gloria (Briglia) Webb, 95

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Gloria (Briglia) Webb passed away on February 28, 2020 from natural causes. She was 95 years old. Gloria was born in Baltimore, MD. in 1924 to naturalized immigrant parents. Her father Romolo Briglia and mother Carolina (Baldi) Briglia came to the United States from Lucca, Italy. Gloria was the youngest of 4 children including her late sisters, Marion (Briglia) Braun, Lydia (Briglia) Bennett, and her late brother, Anthony Briglia. She attended school in Baltimore, and met her future husband, the late Kenneth K. Webb, prior to his deployment to the European theater in World War II.

George F. Gross, 86

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George F. Gross, 86, of Hopkinton, passed away Friday, February 28, 2020. Born in Boston, he was the son of the late Gertrude (Dame) and George H. Gross.

George was a graduate of Bentley University, where he obtained a Bachelor’s degree in accounting. He was an Army Veteran who served in Japan during the Korean Conflict. He was a member of the Hopkinton on-call fire department for over 30 years and was a member of the Hopkinton VFW.

Helen Margaret Hebert, 15

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Helen Margaret Hebert, 15, of Medway, passed away at her home on Tuesday, February 25, 2020. Born in Framingham, she was the daughter of Sharon A. (McGrath) and Walter S. Hebert of Medway (a former longtime resident of Hopkinton).

Patricia A. Rutkowski, 76

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Patricia A. Rutkowski, 76, died Tuesday, February 25, 2020 at St. Elizabeth's Medical Center in Boston. She was the wife of the late Edward "Charlie" Rutkowski, who died in 1984. Born in Wilkes-Barre, PA, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Marium (Bubrick) Zagropski.

David F. Adelman, 78

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David F. Adelman, 78, of Hopkinton, passed away Friday, February 14, 2020. Born in Queens, New York, he was the son of the late Edith (Lindholm) and John F. Adelman. He was the husband of 23 years to Karen (Temple) Adelman of Hopkinton.

An Army Veteran of the Korean War, David met his wife, Karen at Prime Computer where they both worked and have been together for 30 years. He enjoyed woodworking and computers. David was a member of the Upton Historical Society for many years.

George A. Brown, 85

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George A. Brown, 85, of Hopkinton, passed away at home on Saturday, February 8, 2020. Born in Boston, he was the son of the late George and Laura (Fulton) Brown. He was the husband of 61 years to Mary (Henry) Brown.

Dolores K. Smith, 90

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Dolores K. Smith, 90, died Wednesday, January 29, 2020. She was the wife of the late Clifford A. Smith, who died in 2008. Born in Denbo, PA, she was the daughter of the late William and Cecelia (Hamilton) Kennedy.

Dolores worked for Raytheon for many years. In her retirement, she loved to travel with her husband and later enjoyed several cruises with her daughter's family. She was an avid bingo player as well as a loving and devoted mother and grandmother. She was a loving and faithful servant of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Kevin F. Shea,60

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Kevin F. Shea passed away on February 2nd, 2020 after a courageous 5 year battle with oral cancer. He was surrounded by his loving family in his home.

Kevin knew how to light up a room with his presence and sense of humor. No matter where he went, he always wanted people he came in contact with to feel special and to know that they mattered.


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