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Lois Denman, 91, of Southborough

Southborough – Lois (Whidden) Denman, 91, of Southborough, died Sunday, July 13, 2014.

She was the beloved wife of the late James B. Denman; devoted mother of Margaret Agnoli and her husband Don of Longmeadow, Lois Jones of Vienna, Va., and James W. Denman and Nici Hornblower of Southborough; loving grandmother of Rebecca McCormack and her husband Gunner, Matthew Smith, Angela Olivere and her husband Mark, Hillary Hamm and her husband Josh, Todd Denman and his wife Kathryn, Ryan Denman, Robbie Denman, Heather Maytham Denman and Adrian Bell III, and Meghan Hornblower; and loved great-grandmother of James and Asa McCormack, Lillian, Andrew and Benjamin Olivere, and Zoey Hamm.

Visiting hours will be Friday, July 18, from 4:30 – 7 p.m., at Morris Funeral Home, 40 Main St., Southborough. Her funeral service will be Saturday, July, 19 at 10:30 a.m., at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 27 Main St., Southborough. Burial will follow in Southborough Rural Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be sent in her memory to No Kill Animal Shelter; Buddy Dog Humane Society, 151 Boston Rd, Sudbury, MA 01776.

To leave words of condolence to the family, please visit www.morrisfuneralparlor.com.

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