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Elizabeth May Stebbins, 73

Northborough – Elizabeth May “Betty” (Campbell) Stebbins, 73, born Aug. 27, 1938 in Worcester, was a lifetime resident of Northborough. She was the youngest daughter of the late John and Edith Campbell of Worcester.

She graduated from Northborough High School and Becker College, and worked for the Chief of Surgery at UMass Hospital. She enjoyed the Northborough Historical Society, the performing arts, taking classes, reading, antiquing, and spending time with her family.

She is dearly missed by her five children, Lisa Stebbins of Shrewsbury, Julie Disa of Greenwich, Conn., Diane Kelly of Rockport, Teresa Stotz of Sutton, and Robert Stebbins of Wellington, Fla. She had 12 grandchildren.

An advocate of medical research, she is a donor of the UMass Anatomical Gift Program. The family would like to thank the expert staff at the Coleman House in Northborough and the caring staff of Brookhaven Hospice.

A private memorial service will be held. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be sent to UMass Medical School, In Memory of Elizabeth Stebbins, c/o UMass Medical School Development Office, 333 South St., Shrewsbury, MA 01545 (Tel. (508) 856-6515). Pray for a cure for Alzheimer’s.|

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