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Remembering Former Members of the Franco-American Club, Westford Historical Society


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Here’s a list of services held at Healy Funeral Home in Graniteville during the month of July.

For more information, head to the Healy Funeral Home website.

Kenneth Valcourt: Feb. 14, 1940 – July 3, 2014

Valcourt served in the Air Force in the 1950s and was a past president and vice president of the Franco-American Club.

Marjorie D. (Davis) Shea: July 30, 1931 – July 5, 2014

Shea graduated from Groton High School in 1959 and was known as “Grammie Shea” to members of the Dunstable Evangelical Congregational Church.

For 68 years, she was a member of the Dunstable Grange, serving on the State Grange Agricultural Committee from 2000-2009.

She worked at the Westford Nursing Home for many years.

Stanley Kalinowski: Jan. 15, 1957 to July 7, 2014

Elwin Allen Bagley: Apr. 14, 1926 to July 8, 2014

Bagley served aboard the U.S.S. Piedmont during World War II and lived in Westford after 1954, retiring from Raytheon in 1988.

He served on the Westford Historical Society, the Westford Colonial Minutemen, the Boston Mineral Club and other groups.

Donald S. Hill: Apr. 20, 1949 to July 29, 2014

Hill was born in Melrose and was an accomplished pianist.

He worked for Gervais Ford in Ayer.

Christina Buretta: Nov. 25, 1940 to July 29, 2014

Buretta survived brain cancer for five years before finally succumbing to the disease.

She was an active volunteer at the Open Pantry of Greater Lowell and was a long time member of the West Chelmsford United Methodist Choir.


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