LANCASTER - Alice M. (Woodward) Cappuccio, 100, of 7 Lee St., formerly of Nashua and Windham, N.H., died Thursday, Oct. 9, in Oakdale Nursing Center, West Boylston, after an illness. Her husband of 49 years, Peter Cappuccio, died in 1974.
She leaves two daughters, Shirley E. Cappuccio of Brockton, and Natalie M. Cafarelli of Clinton; several nieces and nephews.
Mrs. Cappuccio was born in Nashua, N.H., the daughter of Leon O. and Mary (Cummings) Woodward, and was a graduate of Nashua High School. For the past 30 years, she was a resident of Lancaster.
She was a member of the Clinton Women's Club Women’s clubs first arose in the United States during the post-civil war period. As a result of increased leisure time due to modern household advances, middle class women had more time to engage in intellectual pursuits. , and the Society of Mayflower Mayflower, ship
Mayflower, ship that in 1620 brought the Pilgrims from England to New England. She set out from Southampton in company with the Speedwell, Descendents, and enjoyed traveling.
Mrs. Cappuccio's funeral will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 14, with a service at 10 a.m. in the McNally & Watson Funeral Home, 304 Church St., Clinton. Burial burial, disposal of a corpse in a grave or tomb. The first evidence of deliberate burial was found in European caves of the Paleolithic period. Prehistoric discoveries include both individual and communal burials, the latter indicating that pits or ossuaries were will follow in Edgewood Cemetery cemetery, name used by early Christians to designate a place for burying the dead. First applied in Christian burials in the Roman catacombs, the word cemetery came into general usage in the 15th cent. , Nashua, N.H. A calling hour will be held from 9 to 10 a.m., prior to the funeral service funeral service n → misa de cuerpo presente
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