Jean A. Waugh; Beloved Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Friend.ASHBURNHAM Jean Agnes (Donaldson) Waugh, 73, entered into eternal life as graciously and peacefully as she had always lived on January 25, 2008 at the home of her daughter Heather in Groton. Mrs. Waugh was a survivor of breast cancer since 1998, and from that time forward, faced several major health challenges. She never wavered in her solid faith that "God has a plan." Her steadfast determination to always give "her British best" to each hurdle earned her the family nickname "Braveheart." Jeans final fifteen-week confrontation with cancer was simply the last chapter in a valiant and faith-filled journey which left all who knew and loved her in awe.
Born on February 12, 1934 in Bannockburn, Scotland, Jean was the daughter of Alexander and Christina (Aitken) Donaldson. Her only sibling, Alexander, died in early childhood. Growing up in Scotland, Jean became an accomplished pianist, receiving training at the Falkirk Centre of the London College of Music The London College of Music was founded in 1887 and existed as an independent music conservatoire based at Great Marlborough Street in central London until 1991, when it moved to Ealing in west London to become part of the newly-formed Thames Valley University. . She played as a church pianist, and developed a lifelong love of music. Married in 1955, Mr. & Mrs. Waugh emigrated from Scotland to America in 1960, and became citizens of the United States United States, officially United States of America, republic (2005 est. pop. 295,734,000), 3,539,227 sq mi (9,166,598 sq km), North America. The United States is the world's third largest country in population and the fourth largest country in area. in 1971. Mrs. Waugh is survived by her husband of 52 years, Andrew W. Waugh, of Ashburnham, and three children: daughter Sandra of Leominster and her former husband George Hudson George Hudson (probably March 10, 1800 - December 14, 1871), English railway financier, known as the "Railway King", was born in Howsham, in the parish of Scrayingham in the East Riding of Yorkshire, north of Stamford Bridge, east of York. He is buried in Scrayingham. of Lunenburg, daughter Heather and her husband David Bee of Groton, and son Donald and his wife Paula Waugh of Winchendon.
Mrs. Waugh had diverse interests and talents, including a passion for the piano, organ, and keyboard. She also found great joy in flowers, gardening (especially with rocks and rock walls), penmanship and calligraphy calligraphy (kəlĭg`rəfē) [Gr.,=beautiful writing], skilled penmanship practiced as a fine art. See also inscription; paleography. European Calligraphy
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Though never officially "retired," when asked her profession, Jean would always reply, "Professional Grandma." Most near and dear to her heart were her seven beloved grandchildren GRANDCHILDREN, domestic relations. The children of one's children. Sometimes these may claim bequests given in a will to children, though in general they can make no such claim. 6 Co. 16. : Jeffrey, Victoria and Catherine Bee, Bethany and Jonathan Hudson, and Alexander and Hollie Waugh. She was an active and constant presence in the lives of her grandchildren and her last gift to them personalized Bibles was her way to forge a link between her faith and them, her legacy.
Mrs. Waugh was a faithful Christian and an active member of Ashburnham Community Church. Friends and relatives are respectfully invited to a time of visitation from 5:00 8:00 p.m. on Friday, February 1 at Bosk bosk
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Bosk, Bosquet, Bosket, Boscage a grove or plantation of shrubs or trees, 1737. Funeral Home, 85 Blossom Street, Fitchburg. A memorial service will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, February 2 at Ashburnham Community Church, on the corner of Chapel and Main Street. Rev. Russell Grant Russell Grant (born 5 February1951 in Hillingdon) is a popular British astrologer and media personality. He is frequently quoted in the media, as well as working as a television presenter. and Rev. Philip Goff will co-officiate. Interment of ashes will take place at the Cathedral of the Pines in Rindge, NH in the spring. Memorial contributions may be made in her honor to either the Ashburnham Community Church (Music Fund), 6 Chapel Street, Ashburnham, MA 01430, or to the faith-based organization of your choice.