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Robert G. Heckman, 65 Easton, Massachusetts
February 20, 1949 - August 22, 2014
EASTON---Robert G. Heckman, 65, a resident of Easton for the past 35 years, passed away Friday, August 22, 2014 at E.N. Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital in Bedford from Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease. Robert...more
Mary Lou Surrette, 86 Wakefield, Massachusetts
May 13, 1928 - August 23, 2014
Mary Lou Surrette, 86, a life long Wakefield resident died on Saturday, August 23 at the Epoch Senior Health Care Center in Melrose. Born in Wakefield on May 13, 1928 she was the daughter of the late John and Anna L....more
Rose Marie (Voller) Rawlinson Dorchester, Massachusetts
August 22, 2014
RAWLINSON, Rose Marie (Voller). Of Dorchester, formerly of North Dakota, August 22nd. Mother of Michael J. Rawlinson of Fall River, Thomas A. Rawlinson of Canton, and the late Robert J. Rawlinson Jr. Grandmother of...more
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