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  • Father James P. Brennan, CSSR

    Father James P. Brennan, CSSR (Jan. 20) in Timonium, Md. Funeral Mass celebrated Jan. 26 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Basilica, Roxbury, for the son of the late James and Margaret (Gorman) Brennan. During 58 years of priestly ministry, Father Brennan served in assignments of the Redemptorist Fathers and Brothers in Dominican Republic; Puerto Rico; Washington, D.C.; Mo.; N.Y.; Penn.; Springfield; and, locally, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Basilica, Roxbury. Father Brennan was buried in Mount Calvary Cemetery, Roslindale.

  • Father John T. Cashman, CP

    Father John T. Cashman, CP (Jan.14) in Naples, Fla. Funeral Mass celebrated Jan. 27 at Saint Columbkille Church, Brighton, for the son of the late John and Louise (Totten) Cashman, and brother of Catherine Norton, Roberta Broderick, and Michael, all of Brighton. During 56 years of priestly ministry, Father Cashman served in assignments of the Passionist Fathers and Brothers in Fla.; Md.; N.J.; N.Y.; Penn.; and, locally, at Saint Gabriel Parish, Brighton. Father Cashman was buried in Mount Benedict Cemetery, West Roxbury.

  • Sister Rita (Ruth Elizabeth) Beaudoin, SUSC

    Sister Rita (Ruth Elizabeth) Beaudoin, SUSC (Jan. 18) in Lawrence. Funeral Mass celebrated Jan. 27 at Saint William Church, Tewksbury, for the daughter of the late Henry and Eva (Bertrand) Beaudoin, and sister of the late Ruth (Maria Henry) Beaudoin, SUSC. During 77 years of religious life, Sister Rita served in congregational assignments in Italy; R.I.; and, locally, at Saint Anthony of Padua, Shirley; Rose Hawthorne High, Concord; Sacred Heart (French), Lawrence; Assumption (French), Chelsea; Saint Mary Villa, Lowell; and Mary Immaculate Restorative, Lawrence. Sister Rita was buried in Saint Bernard Cemetery, Concord.

  • Sister Virginia (Euphrasia) Crowell, RGS

    Sister Virginia (Euphrasia) Crowell, RGS (Jan. 18) in Framingham. Funeral Mass celebrated Jan. 23 at Saint Matthias Church, Marlborough, for the daughter of the late Robert and Ruby (Neville) Crowell, and sister of Phyllis Clifford and Nancy Barboza, both of Boston; and Brenda, Portland, Maine. During 73 years of religious life, Sister Virginia served in congregational assignments in N.Y.; and, locally, at Good Shepherd Convent, Marlborough. Sister Virginia was buried in Mount Benedict Cemetery, West Roxbury.

  • Sister Phyllis (Mary Placida) Doucet, SMSM

    Sister Phyllis (Mary Placida) Doucet, SMSM (Jan. 11) in Waltham. Funeral Mass celebrated Jan. 17 at Sacred Heart (Italian) Church, Waltham, for the daughter of the late Placide and Elizabeth (Chiasson) Doucet. During 65 years of religious life, Sister Phyllis served in congregational assignments in Italy; Solomon Islands; Fla.; and, locally, at Marist Convent, Waltham. Sister Phyllis was buried in Saint Patrick Cemetery, Watertown.

  • John Grant

    John Grant (Dec. 26) in Brighton. Funeral Mass celebrated Jan. 21 at Saint Columbkille Church, Brighton, for the father of Marc, South Park, Penn.; Elisse Gentilucci, Ashland; and Sophie Chaisson, Sudbury; and brother of Sister Rosemary Grant, SNDdeN, Worcester, Mr. Grant was buried in Saint Joseph Cemetery, West Roxbury.

  • Sister Joan of Arc (Ann) Yonuska, CJC

    Sister Joan of Arc (Ann) Yonuska, CJC (Jan. 4) in Brockton. Funeral Mass celebrated Jan. 13 at Our Lady of Sorrows Convent Chapel, Brockton, for the daughter of the late Joseph and Mary (Pashukonis) Yonuska. During 80 years of religious life, Sister Joan of Arc served in congregational assignments in Penn.; Worcester; and, locally, at Saint Peter (Lithuanian), South Boston; Saint George (Lithuanian), Norwood; and Saint Francis of Assisi (Lithuanian), Lawrence. Sister Joan of Arc was buried in Our Lady of Sorrows Cemetery, Brockton.

  • James F. Kelley

    James F. Kelley (Jan. 3) in Hyde Park. Funeral Mass celebrated Jan. 10 at Saint Pius Tenth Church, Milton, for the father of Leanne Audette, Uxbridge; Justine Hallberg, Quincy; and brother of Ruth, West Roxbury; and the late Sister Paula (Anne Cyril) Kelley, SC. Mr. Kelley was buried in Saint Joseph Cemetery, West Roxbury.

  • Virginia (Caldwell) Tremblay

    Virginia (Caldwell) Tremblay (Jan. 9) in Stoughton. Funeral celebrated Jan. 14 at Saint Catherine of Siena Church, Norwood, for the wife of Deacon Francis Tremblay, '02, Stoughton; and mother of Matthew, Kingwood, Texas; Michael, East Hampton, N.Y.; and Joseph, Sag Harbor, N.Y. Mrs. Tremblay was buried in Saint Mary Cemetery, Canton.

  • Father Leonard J. Basinow

    Father Leonard J. Basinow (Dec. 19) in Boston. Funeral Mass celebrated Jan. 6 at Our Lady of the Cedars of Lebanon (Maronite) Church, Boston, for the son of the late Frank and Ethel (Thomas) Basinow. During 69 years of priestly ministry, he served in assignments of the Eparchy of Saint Maron of Brooklyn in Fla.; N.Y.; and, locally, at Our Lady of the Cedars of Lebanon (Maronite) Parish, Boston; and at Saint James, Medford; and Saint Ann, Gloucester. Father Basinow was buried in Mount Benedict Cemetery, West Roxbury.

  • Father Francis L. Demers, OMI

    Father Francis L. Demers, OMI (Dec. 24) in Tewksbury. Funeral Mass celebrated Jan. 2 at Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel, Tewksbury, for the son of the late Hector and Laura (Pelissier) Demers. During 67 years of priestly ministry, Father Demers served in assignments of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate in Tahiti; Washington, D.C.; Maine; N.H.; and, locally, at Oblate Scholasticate, Natick; Provincial Offices and Saint Eugene Mazenod House, both in Lowell; and Immaculate Heart of Mary Residence, Tewksbury. Father Demers was buried in the Oblate Cemetery, Tewksbury.

  • Deacon Edward F. Creutz

    Deacon Edward F. Creutz, '80 (Jan 1.) in Plymouth. Funeral Mass celebrated Jan. 9 at Saint Kateri Tekakwitha Church, Plymouth, for the father of James, Barnstable; Michael and Monica West, both of Plymouth; and Patricia Becker, Wareham. During his diaconal ministry, he served at Saint Nicholas, Abington; and Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, Plymouth. Deacon Creutz was buried in the National Cemetery, Bourne.

  • Sister Rita (Marie Joseph of the Infant Jesus) Carrier, SSA

    Sister Rita (Marie Joseph of the Infant Jesus) Carrier, SSA (Dec. 24) in Marlborough. Funeral Mass celebrated Dec. 30 at Saint Anne Convent Chapel, Marlborough, for the daughter of the late Ovila and Edna (Lagesse) Carrier, and sister of Joseph Gorra, Central Falls, R.I. During 68 years of religious life, Sister Rita served in congregational assignments in Lachine, PQ; Holyoke; Worcester; Saint Anne, Marlborough; and Saint John the Evangelist, Newton. Sister Rita was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Marlborough.

  • Sister Patricia (Robert Natalie) Cushing, CSJ

    Sister Patricia (Robert Natalie) Cushing, CSJ (Dec. 21) in Framingham. Funeral Mass celebrated Dec. 28 at Holy Family Chapel, Brighton, for the daughter of the late Robert and Natalie (Gerrior) Cushing; and sister of Mary Ellen DeCoste, Randolph. During 60 years of religious life, Sister Patricia served in congregational assignments in Conn.; Kansas; and, locally, at Jackson School, Newton; Saint Catherine of Siena, Somerville; Saint Agatha, Milton; and Saint Augustine, Lawrence. Sister Patricia was buried in Saint Mary Cemetery, Randolph.

  • Sister Mary (Anna William) Kelleher, CSJ

    Sister Mary (Anna William) Kelleher, CSJ (Dec. 31) in Framingham. Funeral Mass celebrated Jan. 5 at Holy Family Chapel, Brighton, for the daughter of the late John and Mary (Dawley) Kelleher; and sister of William, Boston. During 75 years of religious life, Sister Mary served in congregational assignments at Saint Anthony of Padua, Allston; Saint Joseph, Wakefield; Saint John the Evangelist, Winthrop; and Saint Joseph, Lynn. Sister Mary was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden.

  • Sister Julie Saint William (Marilyn) McDonough, SNDdeN

    Sister Julie Saint William (Marilyn) McDonough, SNDdeN (Dec. 25) in Worcester. Funeral Mass celebrated Jan. 2 at Our Lady Queen Chapel, Ipswich, for the daughter of the late William and Ethel (Quinlan) McDonough. During 71 years of religious life, Sister Julie Saint William served in congregational assignments in Worcester, and, locally, at Saint Mary of the Annunciation, Cambridge; Saint Laurence O'Toole and Saint Augustine, both in Lawrence; Saint John the Baptist, Peabody; Saint Charles Borromeo, Woburn; Notre Academy, Tyngsborough; and for 25 years at Saint John the Evangelist, Wellesley. Sister Julie Saint William was buried in Notre Dame Cemetery, Ipswich.

  • Ruth (Filorama) Capuci

    Ruth (Filorama) Capuci (Dec. 20) in Woburn. Funeral Mass celebrated Dec. 27 at Saint Charles Borromeo Church, Woburn, for the mother of Father John Capuci, Saint Charles Borromeo, Woburn; Richard, Bradenton, Fla.; David, Seabrook, N.H.; Ruthann and Paula Berg, both of Wakefield; and Susan, Woburn. Mrs. Capuci was buried in Forest Glade Cemetery, Wakefield.

  • Mary (Queally) Conway

    Mary (Queally) Conway (Dec. 17) in Brookline. Funeral Mass celebrated Dec. 29 at Saint Mary of the Assumption, Brookline, for the mother of Ann Pearson, Charlestown; and Mary, Wellesley; and sister of Sister Theresa Queally, SHSp., San Antonio, Texas. Mrs. Conway was buried in Walnut Hills Cemetery, Brookline.

  • Paulette (Rego) Doucette

    Paulette (Rego) Doucette (Dec. 24) in Merrimac. Funeral Mass celebrated Dec. 29 at Saint Joseph Church, Amesbury, for the wife of Deacon Raymond Doucette, Merrimac; and mother of Jane Keeler and Julie Rotar, both of Merrimac. Mrs. Doucette was buried in Saint Joseph Cemetery, Amesbury.

  • Antoinette (Neveux) Doyle

    Antoinette (Neveux) Doyle (Jan. 1) in Salem. Funeral Mass celebrated Jan. 6 at Saint Mary of the Annunciation Church, Danvers, for the mother of Father Michael J. Doyle, Saint Mary of the Annunciation, Danvers; Peter, Topsfield; Kathleen, Danvers; and Mary Alice Norton, Georgetown; and sister of Muriel Neveux, Lowell. Mrs. Doyle was buried in Saint Mary Cemetery, Salem.

  • John G. Dunn

    John G. Dunn (Dec. 18) in Watertown. Funeral Service celebrated Dec. 29 for the brother of Ernest and Thomas, both of Lynn; David, Nahant; and Robert, Pepperell. Mr. Dunn was an accomplished musician; author of liturgical music; and for 36 years, in various liturgical musical leadership roles at the Archdiocesan Choir School and Saint Paul, Cambridge. Mr. Dunn was buried in Saint Mary Cemetery, Lynn.

  • Irene (Dunn) Kilroy

    Irene (Dunn) Kilroy (Dec. 24) in West Roxbury. Funeral Mass celebrated Dec. 31 at Holy Name Church, West Roxbury, for the mother of Katherine, West Roxbury; Margaret Myers, Yarmouth; Sheila Farragher, Mansfield; and sister of the late Sister Margaret (Labre) Dunn, CSJ. Mrs. Kilroy was buried in the National Cemetery, Bourne.