Weymouth Obituaries- February 3:

A look at obituaries from the past week in Weymouth.

Marguerite Therese Kreitman
(June 25, 1928 - January 30, 2013)

Marguerite Therese Henehan Kreitman, of Alpharetta, GA and N. Weymouth, MA and Elmhurst, IL, Dearest wife and best friend of the late Harold L.. Cherished Mother of Ann-Marie (Patrick) Lyons, Paul (Sue), Edward, Michael (Susan), Maureen (Edwin) Cross, and Kathleen (Robert) Garcia. Devoted Grandma of Amanda, Brett, Alex (Emily), Kevin, Timothy, Ryan, Nicholas, Marguerite (James) Schuster, Sophie, Ann, Marc, Caroline and Katherine. Loving Sister of the Late Mary (Edward) Rollins, the late Thomas (Geraldine), the late James (Jeannie), the late Owen (Marjorie), and Joseph (Marie) Henehan. Aunt and Great Aunt to many nieces and nephews.

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(Died January 28, 2013)

Diane L. (Stead) Rogers age 64 of Weymouth formerly of Boston passed away Jan. 28, 2013. Beloved wife of 42 years of Joseph R. Rogers. Devoted mother of Karen A. Cassino and her husband John of Scituate and Lisa D. Drury and her husband Timothy of Weymouth. Sister of Edward Stead of Hudson, NH, Robert Stead of Brockton and the late Dorothy Gormley and Patricia Mercer. Loving grandmother of Joshua and Johnny Cassino and Lauren and Sean Drury. Also survived by many nieces and nephews.

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Alma M. Driscoll
(Died January 27, 2013)

Driscoll, Alma M. (Roche) lifetime Weymouth resident, passed away January 27, 2013 at the age of 102. Alma was a graduate of Weymouth High School & Bridgewater State College. At the time of her passing Alma was the oldest Alumni of Bridgewater State College. Alma retired in 1981 after 49 years teaching in Weymouth. She began teaching at the former Nevin School & retired from the former Bicknell Junior High School. Alma wrote periodicals on teaching at the Junior High level & was active in women's teachers rights. The library of the Chapman School was dedicated & named for Alma.

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