Theresa Williamson, 83, of Westborough

Westborough – Theresa Helen Williamson, 83, of Beach Street in Westborough, lost her battle against respiratory disease Friday, July 25, 2014.

She was born in Worcester to Jane (Uniewski) and Joseph Porter, and lived much of her life in Westborough, where she retired from Bay State Abrasives. She spent many years enjoying living and working in the Maine towns of Patten, Alfred and the Kennebunks.

In her younger years, Theresa was an avid bowler, knitter, and seamstress; in her quieter years she created amazing quilts and cross stitching works of art, and was quite lucky at bingo.

She was predeceased by her husband, Richard S. Williamson, and her daughter, Linda T. Leduc. She will be greatly missed by her daughter, Doreen H. Adolph of Westborough; her son, Richard S. Williamson Jr. and his wife Audrey of Kennebunk, Maine; and her grandchildren, Stephen Leduc, Christopher Leduc, Kevin Leduc, Tammy Parker, Carla MacKenzie, Robert Adolph, Robin Jönsson; and Shannon Williamson, as well as many great-grandchildren.

Burial services will be held Saturday, Aug. 2, at 10:30 a.m., at Pine Grove Cemetery of Westborough.

In lieu of flowers, if you desire, donations may be made in Theresa's memory to the Animal Welfare Society, P.O. Box 43, West Kennebunk, ME 04094.

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