Obits: WWII Okinawa Vet., Advocate and Newspaper Reporter
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Mrs. Kimball was a homemaker dedicated to her home and family. She was an active member of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church and has been a resident of Westborough since 1953.
Born in India, he was the son of the late Bola R. and Indira (Pai) Rao.
He served in the US Army and the Air Force, retiring honorably in 1975. He was proud of his military service and the experiences it provided him, most notably in Okinawa, Alaska and Germany.
She was an ardent advocate for the mentally challenged and a founder of Greater Marlboro Programs in the early 1970's. She became a passionate sailor in 1974 when she and her husband Paul bought their first boat. For over 35 years the sailed from Sesuit Harbor in East Dennis, their summer home.
Mary was employed as a bookkeeper for the former Marlborough Enterprise Newspaper for over 25 years, retiring in 1987.
A longtime homemaker, Mary's greatest love was being with her family, and she adored her little dog, Pebbles. She enjoyed playing cards, Mario Brothers with her son Anthony, cooking, word search puzzles and board games.
Her nursing career began in 1947 completing nurses training at Worcester City Hospital. Connie received a B.A. degree from Clark University and a Masters in Hospital Administration from Framingham State College.
Mrs. Maider worked as a bookkeeper for Corrugated Cardboard in Westborough from 1985 to 1997. From 1997 until her retirement in 2007, she worked for the Northborough Senior Center as a bookkeeper. In her spare time, she was a free-lance writer and had articles published in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette and worked part-time as a bookkeeper for Northborough Highway Department.
"Gabe," as he was known to many, emigrated from Budapest, Hungary in 1956 and created a life for himself first in Canada and later in Wellesley, where he raised his family. He enjoyed his career as an electrical engineer for New England Electric.