Mulhane Home for Funerals has been independently owned and operated by five generations of the Mulhane Family since its establishment in 1872. For over 140 years Mulhane Home for Funerals has been owned and operated by five generations of the...
Funeral Homes in Cherry Valley, MA
The Paradis Funeral Home was built in 1871 by Dr. Johnson R. Woodward. Mr. Fred H. Lullmann purchased the home in 1935 from Elizabeth I. Copp and founded the Lullmann Funeral Home. Jules E. and Edith L. Paradis purchased the funeral home in 1948...
Built in 1890, this colonial mansion located at 176 Water St. served as the personal residence to the Walsh family in the early part of the century. Prominent lawyer David I. Walsh purchased the home for his mother, sisters and himself to all...
Donald C. Morris had a vision that he would own and operate a funeral home that would served the community in a relaxed and caring manner. In 1952, he purchased the property at 40 Main Street (Route 30) in Southborough, and opened the doors of...
The Anderson Funeral Homes in Ayer & Townsend and the Louis M. Isabelle Funeral Home in Fitchburg are independently owned and operated Funeral Home establishments serving fourteen different communities in Central Massachusetts and Southern New...
In July 1976, while the nation was celebrating the bicentennial of our country, Charles F. Oteri purchased the Pasini Funeral Home at 33 Cottage St. in Franklin. With financial assistance from his former employer, Folsom Funeral Service, he moved...
Our history dates back to the early 1900's when Bert Beers opened the Bert L. Beers Funeral Home on N. Main Street in Palmer, MA. He operated it as such until Herbert Story was hired shortly after returning from World War II.
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Sterling, MA 01564
Southborough, MA 01772
Leicester, MA 01524
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Facts about the city
Leicester /ˈlɛstər/ is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 10,970 at the 2010 census.
Cherry Valley Obituaries
It was noted on April 15th, 2018 that Edward J Hennessy died in Oldsmar, Florida. Hennessy was 77 years old and was born in Cherry Valley, MA. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Edward J's life.
It was noted by Worcester Telegram & Gazette on March 19th, 2014 that Gloria "Gogo" Holup-White (Dempsey) died in Cherry Valley, Massachusetts. Ms. Holup-White was 78 years old. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor Gloria "Gogo"'s life.
It was written by Daily Press on February 16th, 2014 that Frederick P Kiefer died in Apple Valley, California. Kiefer was 71 years old and was born in Cherry Valley, MA. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Frederick P's life.
It was reported by Worcester Telegram & Gazette on July 17th, 2011 that Debra A Thibeault passed on in Cherry Valley, Massachusetts. Thibeault was 53 years old. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Debra A's life.
Ebenezer Adams, who would later be the first mathematics and natural philosophy professor at the Phillips Exeter Academy, was the academic preceptor in Leicester in 1792. Joseph Lennerton III (Lenny), a resident of Leicester and current member of the Leicester High School Faculty, has immortalized much of Leicester's history in his book, which includes photographs of historic buildings in Leicester, most of which have subsequently been destroyed by fire. Henshaw would later become an adjutant general to Artemas Ward, who was second in command to George Washington in the Continental Army. Ruth Henshaw Bascom (1772-1848),the wife of Reverand Ezekial Lysander Bascom and daughter of Colonel William Henshaw and Phebe Swan, became America's premier portrait folkartist and pastelist producing over one thousand portraits from 1789 to 1846.('Henshaw St was named after Ruth Henshaw Bascom'). Leicester's own standing militia fought along with other minutemen at the first conflict between Massachusetts residents and British troops, the Battles of Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775.
The official website for the city of Cherry Valley is http://www.leicesterma.org/.
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