June M. Lent, 69

Marlborough – June M. (Heinbach) Lent, 69, formerly of Stow and New York, died unexpectedly Monday Dec. 20, 2010 at her residence. She was the wife of the late Charles D. Lent for 50-plus years until his death in 2005.

    Mrs. Lent was born in Wilkes-Barre, Penn., the daughter of the late Walter and Vera (Nulton) Heinbach. She spent most of her life as a homemaker, raising her five children and taking great pride in the care of her home. She was an avid reader and enjoyed the many aspects of political science and history. She had a great love for animals and especially enjoyed caring for her two cats.

    She is survived by her five children, Elizabeth Sanzone and husband Bob of Hudson, Anthony Lent and wife Pamela of Michigan, Colleen Lent and husband Jonathan Weibel of New Hampshire, Michelle Lent of New York, and Michael Lent and wife Sonia of California. She is also survived by her sister, Elizabeth Hunt of New York, seven grandchildren, and three nieces and nephews.

    A funeral service was held Dec. 23 at the Tighe-Hamilton Funeral Home of Hudson, with burial in Forestvale Cemetery, Hudson. Memorial donations may be made to MSPCA-Angell Headquarters, 350 South Huntington Ave., Boston, MA 02130.


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