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Marguerite Albertini, 82

Hudson Marguerite (Allen) Albertini, 82, passed Monday Aug. 17, 2009, at the Bolton Manor Residence Hall in Marlborough. She was the loving wife of Edmund R. Albertini for 61 years.

She leaves her daughter, Judith Ann Moreira; two sons, Robert R. Albertini and David F. Albertini; her sisters, Alice Sirois and Lilian Caron; six grandchildren, Wendy Canaroli, Eric Moreira, Jessica Aiello, Jonathan R. Albertini, and Jenny M. and Lauren M. Albertini; and her great-grandchildren, Jake and Justin Canaroli, Abby, Emma and Alex Aiello, Megan Moreira, and Nora and Benjamin Albertini. Her son, Edmund S. Albertini, passed away in 1993.

Born in Fitchburg, she resided in Hudson until 1987 when she and her husband retired to St. Petersburg, Fla., spending summers with their family on Laurel Lake in Fitzwilliams, N.H.

Mrs. Albertini was an entrepreneur while raising her children. She will be remembered in Hudson for her costume and flower businesses and her involvement in Diet Workshop, all while keeping balance within her growing family. She and her husband enjoyed 21 years of retirement in Florida, where they maintained an avid interest in dancing and traveling. She was a loving and dedicated grandmother who left a strong imprint on her grandchildren and greatgrandchildren throughout her life. Her ever-cheerful disposition will be missed by her friends and family.

A funeral Mass was held Aug. 24 from the Tighe-Hamilton Funeral Home of Hudson, with burial at Forestvale Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to Air Compassion America, 4620 Haygood Rd., Suite 1, Virginia Beach, VA 23345.

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