Cambridge Obituaries

Cambridge Obituaries

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  • Thursday Dec 7 | via IBerkshires 

    Juanita Johnson-Boudreau, 36

    Juanita "Nina" Celeste Johnson-Boudreau, 36, formerly of Pittsfield and Worcester, died unexpectedly on December 7, 2017. She was born in Pittsfield on September 14, 1981, the daughter of the late James Johnson Jr. and the late Paula Civello Johnson.She was educated in Pittsfield schools, where she graduated from Taconic High School in 1999, and received her Associate Degree in Criminal Justice from Berkshire Community College.


  • Saturday Dec 2 | via Northern Michigan News 

    Mary Lynne Schoo

    Mary Lynne Schoo, of Falmouth passed away on Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017 at Munson Healthcare Cadillac Hospital. She was 71. Mary Lynne was born on July 29, 1946, in Vogel Center, Michigan to Lawrence and Anne Herweyer.


  • Friday Dec 1 | via Community Advocate Newspaper 

    Mary A. Sweeney, 75, of Marlborough

    Mary A. Sweeney, 75, of Marlborough, died Sunday, Nov. 26, 2017 at Marlborough Hospital after a short illness. She was the former wife of the late Thomas Sweeney.


  • Wednesday Nov 22 | via Boston Herald 

    Cambridge firefighters cited in honors ceremony

    Maureen Toscano and her son, Will, accept the Medal of Honor for their late husband and father, Watertown firefighter Joseph Toscano, as Gov. Charlie Baker applauds. Nearly three dozen awards were presented to fire departments across the state during a ceremony yesterday in Worcester, including a citation for meritorious conduct presented to 49 Cambridge firefighters who battled a 10-alarm blaze last December.


  • Tuesday Nov 21 | via Sydney Morning Herald 

    Colin Still, award-winning architect behind successf...

    Colin Still was an architect, an artist, a fisherman and so much more, who came to prominence in the last years of the Government Architect's Branch at a time when a supremely talented group were given professional encouragement and official support to achieve buildings and precincts of elegance and function. Early projects included everything from the restoration and additions to Grafton Court House and Police Station to the complex task of master-planning and providing the architectural input for the new Flemington farm produce markets.


  • Nov 7, 2017 | via 

    Cambridge mourns death of Hubba Hubba owner Susan - ...

    People around Greater Boston are mourning the unexpected death of Susan Phelps, the owner of the Cambridge-based alternative adult boutique Hubba Hubba , who passed away over the weekend at the age of 79. "My sister Suzi, as she was known was my best friend, confidant and 'Soul-Sister,'" Caroline Rau, Phelps's sister, said in an email to "One could not have a more caring and loving sister.


  • Nov 3, 2017 | via 

    Elizabeth L. Hemingway, 86

    Elizabeth L. "Betty" Hemingway, 86, passed away in the company of loved ones at St. Luke's, November 1, 2017 stoic in the face of adversity, remarkably witty, and unceasingly optimistic to the last. In the 1970's, Betty began a new chapter of her life in Cambridge where, for 20 years, she worked in the Gordon McKay Lab at Harvard University.