Holliston Obituaries

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  • Thursday Feb 26 | via Patch.com 

    Paul Pekunece, World War II Vet, Dies at 89

    Paul Pekunece, 89, died peacefully surrounded by his family on Friday, February 13, 2015 following a period of declining health. He was born in Lawrence, MA on May 29, 1925 the son of the late Nikifor Pekunece and Annie Pekunece.


  • Wednesday Feb 11 | via Worcester Telegram & Gazette 

    James Wood

    James J. Wood, 83, died peacefully surrounded by his family on Saturday, February 7, 2015 at his residence. He was predeceased by his wife Kathleen M. "Kathy" Wood who died in 2009.


  • Monday Feb 9 | via Cape Cod Times 

    Clare M. Galvin Burke, 80

    Clare M. Galvin Burke, 80, formerly of Holliston, Roslindale and Cape Cod, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015 at St. Patrick's Manor in Framingham. Born in Boston, she was the daughter of the late Margaret and Daniel Galvin.


  • Saturday Feb 7 | via Cape Cod Times 

    Boys hockey: Monarchs rebound with authority

    Junior Ben Daigneault scored a hat trick to lead Mashpee/Monomoy past South Shore Voke 9-3 on Saturday evening at the Rockland Arena. Daigneault finished with three goals and an assist while senior captain Aidan Sullivan added two goals and three assists as the Monarchs bounced back from its first loss of the season, a 4-0 shutout at the hands of Holliston on Wednesday.


  • Tuesday Feb 3 | via Patch.com 

    Memorial Service Sunday For Lois M. Redden, 83

    Besides her husband, she is survived by four children, Mike Redden and his wife Melanie of Boylston, Lynn Furtado and her husband Michael of Shrewsbury, Carole Redden and her partner Darrell Stamper of Lunenburg, and Jeff Redden and his wife Carol of Marlborough. She also leaves behind three brothers, Robert Antram of Ohio, Dale Antram of Florida and Dennis Antram of Florida; as well as 5 grandchildren.


  • Monday Feb 2 | via SouthCoastToday.com 

    Editorial Roundup: Speaker DeLeoa s term limits powe...

    In 2009, Robert DeLeo took over the House speaker's gavel promising to “restore public confidence” in an institution rocked by the federal convictions of three House speakers in a row. To that end, he pushed through a new rule limiting speakers to eight years in office.