Obits: Female WWII Welder, WWII Bomber and Beauty Shop Owner
We list area obituaries.
George was a full-time Mom and homemaker, but before that she was trained and worked as a welder during the War. Later in life, she worked at the former Data General, and Julio’s Market in the Bakery Dept., she loved her work and the people she met there.
She owned her beauty shop running her business out of her home. Eldredge also operated a wallpaper business.
Decoteau worked for the former Denholm’s and later Filenes. She was a warm and loving person, who enjoyed spending time with her family and friends.
Marlborough — Richard E. Kennedy, Jr., 76, died on Sunday, January 6, 2013.
Charles served proudly during W. W. II, stationed in Chergenola, Italy with the Unites States Army Air Corp, flying with the 15th Air Corp, 454th bomb group, 739th wing. He participated in many spectacular flights and bombing missions and awarded the Air Medal, Purple Heart, 3 Oak Clusters and other Citations for his bravery