Ruth (Day) Desjourdy.
WHITINSVILLE Ruth (Day) Desjourdy, 91, died at home, Tuesday, August 25. Her husband, Leon G. Desjourdy, died in 2003.
She is survived by a son, Steven P. Desjourdy, of Whitinsville; two daughters, Ruth Lachapelle, of Whitinsville, and Pamela M. Roy, of Elkin, NC; eight grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren, 10 great great grandchildren, and a great great great granddaughter Noun 1. great granddaughter - a daughter of your grandson or granddaughter
great grandchild - a child of your grandson or granddaughter .
Mrs. Desjourdy was born, June 9, 1918, in Whitinsville, the daughter of Earl and Margaret (McClellan) Day, and was a lifelong resident. She attended Northbridge schools. She worked at the former Phillip's Market, as a cook, for 20 years, and during World War II, she worked on the magneto magneto: see generator.
Permanent-magnet alternating generator used mainly to produce electrical current for the ignition system in various types of internal-combustion engines, such as aircraft, marine, tractor, and motorcycle engines. job at the Whitin Machine Works.
She was a member of the United Presbyterian Church United Presbyterian Church, two denominations of Presbyterianism.
1 In Scotland, the United Presbyterian Church was formed by the union (1847) of the United Secession Church with the majority of the congregations of the Relief Church. in Whitinsville.
Mrs. Desjourdy's funeral service funeral service n → misa de cuerpo presente
funeral service n → service m funèbre
funeral service funeral n will be held at 11 AM, Friday, August 28, in the Carr Funeral Home, 24 Hill Street, Whitinsville, preceded by a Calling Hour from 10-11 AM. Burial will be at a later date in Pine Grove Pine Grove is the name of many places in the United States and elsewhere in the world: Alabama
Please omit flowers. Memorial donations may be made to: UMass Memorial Hospice, 650 Lincoln Street, Worcester, MA, 01605.