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  • Father Claude L. Grenache, AA

    Father Claude L. Grenache, AA (June 18) in Boston. Funeral Mass celebrated June 23 at Holy Spirit Chapel, Worcester for the son of the late Lucien and Gladys (Ayotte) Grenache and brother of Louise Mercier, Leominster. During 51 years of priestly ministry, Father served in various assignments of the Assumptionists Fathers and Brothers in France; Mexico; Quebec; N.Y.; Worcester; and locally Bentley University, Waltham (Campus Minister); and Assumptionist Center, Brighton. Father Grenache was buried in Saint Anne Cemetery, Sturbridge.

  • Sister Margaret (Kathleen Mary) Cantwell, SSA

    Sister Margaret (Kathleen Mary) Cantwell, SSA (June 16) in Marlborough. Funeral Mass celebrated June 20 at Saint Anne Convent Chapel, Marlborough for the daughter of the late Thomas and Mary (Guiman) Cantwell and sister of Catherine Noonan and Jeannette Daly. During 75 years of religious life, Sister served in congregational assignments in Quebec; British Columbia; Alaska; and locally at Saint Anne Convent, Marlborough. Sister Margaret was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Marlborough.

  • Sister Nancy Swift, RCE

    Sister Nancy Swift, RCE (June 14) in Framingham. Funeral Mass celebrated June 22 at Holy Family Chapel, Saint Patrick Manor, Framingham for the daughter of the late Massachusetts Superior Court Justice and former Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus (1945-1953) John and Emily (Lee) Swift. During 65 years of religious life, Sister served in congregational assignments in France; Washington, D.C.; Ind.; and locally at Jeanne d'Arc Academy, Milton and for 29 years as professor of Liturgy at Saint John's Seminary, Brighton. Sister Nancy was buried in Saint Patrick Cemetery, Watertown.

  • Father Adrien Pelletier, SM

    Father Adrien Pelletier, SM (June 6) in Framingham. Funeral Mass celebrated June 8 at Holy Family Chapel, Framingham for the son of the late Salmon and Marie (Gauvin) Pelletier. During 60 years of priestly ministry in the Marists, he served in assignments in Washington, D.C.; Maine, R.I.; Vt.; and locally at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston; Saint Joseph (French), Haverhill; and Saint Anne (French), Lawrence. Father Pelletier was buried in Van Buren, Maine.

  • Sister Marie (Edith Marie) Gill, SC

    Sister Marie (Edith Marie) Gill, SC (June 5) in Wellesley. Funeral Mass celebrated June 7 at Mount Saint Vincent Chapel, Wellesley for the daughter of the late Peter and Edith (Donohoe) Gill. During 62 years of religious life, Sister served in congregational assignments in Nova Scotia; N.Y.; and locally at Saint Margaret and Saint Kevin, Dorchester; Saint Patrick, Roxbury, Seton House, Quincy and Elizabeth Seton Residence, Wellesley. Sister Marie was buried in Saint Mary Cemetery, Needham.

  • Sister Marylee (George Cecilia) King, SCN

    Sister Marylee (George Cecilia) King, SCN (June 11) in Nazareth, Ky. Funeral Mass celebrated June 13 at Saint Vincent Church, Nazareth, Ky. for the daughter of the late George and Cecilia (Rawley) King and Sister of Patricia Nevins, Estero, Fla. During 65 years of religious life, Sister served in congregational assignments in Israel; Italy; Washington, D.C.; Ky.; and locally at Our Lady of Nazareth Academy, Wakefield. Sister Marylee was buried in Nazareth Cemetery, Nazareth, Ky.

  • Sister Teresa Marie (Agnes) Sweeney, OSF

    Sister Teresa Marie (Agnes) Sweeney, OSF (May 11) in Anapolis, Goias, Brazil. Funeral Mass celebrated May 12 at Mae Admiravel Convent, Anapolis, Goias, Brazil for the daughter of the late James and Agnes (Blanchard) Sweeney. During 65 years of religious life, Sister, a Lowell native, served in congregational assignments in Brazil; Fla.; N.J.; N.Y.; from 1984 to 1988 she served as Minister General of the Franciscan Sisters of Allegany. Sister Teresa Marie was buried in Anapolis, Goias, Brazil.