Obituaries

Leo P. Lavoie, 89

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Leo P. Lavoie, 89, of Hopkinton, passed away Thursday, March 12, 2015 at UMASS Medical Center in Worcester. Born in Worcester, he was the son of the late Theodora and John Lavoie. He was the devoted husband of 36 years to Mary Beth (Burke) Lavoie of Hopkinton and the proud father of four children who loved him dearly.

Maurice Ralph Boody Sr., 80

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Maurice Ralph Boody Sr., 80, of Garner, North Carolina and formerly of Woodville, MA passed away March 7, 2015. Born in Portland, ME, he was the son of the late Annie Mae (Gregor) and Ralph Boody. He was the husband of the late June (Gilliam) Boody who passed away in 1998.

Richard Francis Keough, 67

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Richard Francis Keough, 67, of Hopkinton, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, March 5, 2015. Born in Springfield, he was the son of the late Martha J. (Miller) and James R. Keough. He was the husband of the late Jacqueline L. (Brunetta) Keough who passed away in 2003.

Rick was a Navy Veteran of Vietnam serving on the USS Sierra. He was a member of the Hopkinton Auxiliary Police for 34 years and was a Boy Scout Leader.

Clyde E. Rice, 94

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Clyde E. Rice, 94, of Bellingham, passed away Wednesday, March 4, 2015. Born in Kentucky, he was raised by his parents, Nannie and Leonard Rice in Kenova, WV along with his 5 siblings, Chink, Clarence, Lawrence, Pete, and Ethel; who are deceased. He is survived by his wife, Ruth E. Rice, to whom he was married for nearly 71 years. They met in Boston, just before Pearl Harbor.

Marianne Hennigan, 54

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Marianne Hennigan, 54, of Hopkinton, passed away Wednesday, February 25, 2015. Born in Boston, she was the daughter of the late Norma Claire (Bird) and William Joseph McCarthy. She was the wife of Thomas J. Hennigan III of Hopkinton.

Edward J. Nealon, 84

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Edward J. Nealon, 84, died peacefully in his home Sunday February 15, 2015. He was the devoted husband of Theresa A. (Notturno) Nealon, to whom he was married for 63 years. Born and raised in Milford, he was the son of the late Joseph and Gladys (McGee) Nealon.

Edward and Theresa moved to Hopkinton early in their marriage and were life long residents.

Thomas E. Coburn III

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Thomas E. Coburn III died Saturday February 14, 2015. He was the loving husband of Jeannine (Pompeo) Coburn to whom he was married for 25 years. Born in Framingham, he was the son of Thomas E. Coburn II and the late MaryJane (Grady) Coburn.

Doris L. Clifford, 94

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CLIFFORD, DORIS L. (Burrell) of Norwood, formerly of Walpole, passed away peacefully on Feb. 13, 2015, at the age of 94. Beloved wife of the late Thomas E. Clifford, devoted mother of Thomas E. Clifford, Jr. of Montclair, NJ, Robert A. Clifford and his wife Marie M. Lawrie of Falmouth, Anne C. Whitaker of Chelmsford, the Rev. Paul T. Clifford of Braintree, and the late John V. Clifford. Mother-in-law of the late Paula C. (Crook) Clifford. Loving sister of the late Robert E. Burrell. Cherished grandmother of Robert A. Clifford, Jr. of South Boston, Katherine P.

Holly Elizabeth DiNicola, 48

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Live. Love. Laugh. She taught us how to do all this and more.

Holly Elizabeth DiNicola, 48, died on Thursday February 12, 2015 with family by her side after a courageous seven year battle with breast cancer. Holly's sunny outlook on life and the way she approached her sickness and death is a testament to the person loved by so many.

Virginia A. Holden, 88

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Virginia A. Holden, 88, died Tuesday, February 10, 2015 in Northborough. She was the wife of the late Cecil Holden, who died in August 1996. Born in Newton, she was the daughter of the late Albert and Florence (Tully) Davis. She moved to Hopkinton in 1942 and graduated from Hopkinton High School. She earned a medical secretarial associates degree from Becker Jr. College. Virginia was one of the original founders of the Hopkinton Polyarts and was active in Boy and Girl Scouts for many years in Hopkinton. "Jinny" cherished her family above all else.

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