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Lisa Lajoie Marek.

WORCESTER - Lisa M. (Lajoie) Marek, 47, of Worcester, formerly of West Boylston and Sterling, died Monday, March 24, at St. Vincent Hospital after a short illness surrounded by her loving family.

Her husband, Chester B. Marek II, died in 1995. She leaves a son, Chester B. Marek III and his fiancee, Heather N. Landry; a daughter, Angela Lee Marek; a grandson, Chester L. Marek, all of Worcester; her parents, Ray and Coralie "Coco" (Guertin) Lajoie of Northbridge; a brother John M. and his wife, Susan J. Lajoie, of Sterling; a sister Lynn M. and her husband, Timothy C. Ellsworth, of Oxford; a nephew, Jason M. Lajoie; and four nieces, Jessica L. and Jackie Lajoie, and Chelsea M. and Elizabeth "Libby" Ellsworth. Her sister, Lori Ann Lajoie, died in 2001.

She was born in Worcester, and attended West Boylston High School and Johnson and Wales College in Rhode Island.

Her family is most grateful to the doctors and nurses at St. Vincent Hospital, especially in the critical care unit, for their compassionate care of her.

Athy Memorial Home, 111 Lancaster St., Worcester, directed arrangements. The funeral was held Thursday, March 27, from the funeral home with a Mass at St. Paul's Cathedral, 38 High St., Worcester. Burial in High Plains Cemetery, Oakdale, will be private.

Donations in her memory are suggested to the Seven Hills Foundation, 81 Hope Ave., Worcester 01603.
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Date:Mar 28, 2008
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