Margaret A. Dudek.WEBSTER/THOMPSON Margaret A.Peg (Gordon) Dudek, 91, formerly of Thompson Road, died Thursday, March 27, in Webster Manor. Her first husband, Thomas Govina, died in 1971. Her second husband, Edward Dudek, died in 2001.
She leaves a daughter, Margaret G. Trudy Heckendorf and her husband Dana of Thompson, CT; a step daughter, Sheila Burns and her husband Thomas of Thompson, CT; a brother, Harry Gordon Harry Gordon (July 11, 1893—January, 1957) was a popular Scottish entertainer, comedian and impressionist, touring throughout Scotland and further afield. From the 1920s through the 1950s Gordon also produced a large number of recordings, including several under assumed names. of Palmer; 4 grandsons, Michael, Matthew, Thomas Matthew, Thomas: see Rogers, John (1500?–1555). and Daniel; 6 great grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Her brother Clifford was killed in action during the invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944. Another brother, Roger Gordon Roger Gordon (d. 1579 × 1587) was a 16th century Scottish cleric. He was Dean of Dunblane Cathedral from at least April 13, 1554, a position he may have retained for the remainder of his life. , predeceased her.
She was born and raised in Worcester, daughter of Alec Benjamin Gordon and Gertrude (Motherway) Gordon. She lived in Webster, Southbridge and Thompson. She graduated from Commerce High School in Worcester.
Peg worked in the office at Cranston Print Works a factory where cloth, as calico, is printed.
See also: Print Company for 27 years before retiring in 1989.
She loved golfing and was a member of the Cohasse Contry Club in Southbridge, the Thompson Speedway Golf Club in Thompson and the Nichols College The Nichols College sports teams, known as the Bison (men) and the Lady Bison (women) are the pride of their hometown of Dudley in Massachusetts. History
It was founded in 1815 as Nichols Academy. The founder was Amasa Nichols, a wealthy industrialist in Dudley, MA. Golf Course in Dudley. She was involved in the annual Pleasant Valley Country Clubs PGA (1) (Professional Graphics Adapter) An early IBM PC display standard for 3D processing with 640x480x256 resolution. It was not widely used.
(2) (Programmable Gate Array) See gate array and FPGA. tournament in Sutton for over 30 years. She belonged to the Worcester County Womens Golf Association, the Red Hat Society and was a member of the Quinnatisset Grange in Thompson for over 50 years.
Calling hours will be from 6:00 to 8:00 PM Sunday, March 30, in the Sitkowski & Malboeuf Funeral Home, 340 School Street, Webster. A funeral service will be held at 7:30 PM Sunday, March 30, during the calling hours. Donations in her memory may be made to Webster Manor, First Floor Activity Group, 745 School St., Webster, MA 01570.