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Evelyn L. Lusignan, 96

Marlborough – Evelyn L. (McDonald) Lusignan, 96, died Wednesday July 27, 2011, at Marlborough Hills Healthcare of Marlborough. She was the wife of the late Frederick N. Lusignan, who died in 1983.

She leaves her nieces, Carole DiTommaso of Marlborough, Dorothy MacIver of Clovis, Calif., and Deborah Gay of Marlborough, and her very good friend, Charlotte Chaousis of Marlborough. She also leaves her faithful companion, “Rags.”

Born in Marlborough, daughter of the late Carl and Elizabeth (Plunkett) McDonald, she was a lifelong resident of the city and a graduate of Marlborough High School.

Mrs. Lusignan was employed for over 33 years at Marlborough Hospital as a receptionist and switchboard operator, and also was a part time receptionist for 10 years at the Willows at Westborough. She enjoyed traveling with her husband Freddie and listening to him play the drums with the Johnny Archer Band.

Funeral Services will be held Friday July 29, at 11 a.m., in the John P. Rowe Funeral Home Inc., 57 Main St., Marlborough. Burial will follow in St. Michael's Cemetery of Hudson. A calling hour will be held prior to service from 10 to 11 a.m.

Those who wish may make a contribution in Mrs. Lusignan's memory to a charity of their choice.

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