Kathleen “Kay” F. (Nass) Peters, of 8 Sargent Ave., Leominster, died on Monday, Nov. 5, at St.Vincent Hospital in Worcester after an illness. She was 73.
She is survived by her husband, Richard H. Peters, married for 51 years and children, Donna K. Prouty of Northborough and Scott P. Peters of Leominster. She leaves her sisters, Arline A. Pricewas and Sylvia A. Nass and brother Frank J. Nass Jr., all of Leominster and .four grandchildren, Daniel and Ashley Peters of Leominster, Garrett Prouty of Northborough and David Prouty of Quincy.
Born in Fitchburg on May 25, 1934, she was the daughter of Frank J. and Marie F. (Tourigny) Nass Sr.. She lived in Leominster most of her life. Kay worked as an administrative assistant at the Fitchburg Center for Brain Injured Children and later the Institute of Professional Practice in Fitchburg for many years.
Calling hours and a service will be held Saturday afternoon, Nov. 10, from 2 to 4. at the Silas F. Richardson & Son Funeral Home at 106 West St., Leominster. A private burial will be held later.
John 'Jack' Edward O'Donnell of Leominster, Korean War vet; 75 LEOMINSTER John "Jack" Edward O'Donnell, son of Edward and Helen (Cahill) O'Donnell, passed away Thursday, December 18th, at HealthAlliance-Leominster Hospital. Born September, 24th, 1933, he was predeceased by a brother, Ronald. He leaves his wife of 50 years, Rosalie L. (Stelluto) O'Donnell, and his sons: Jack and Laurel (Davenport) O'Donnell II of Chicago, IL, and their children, Jesse, Jack, Lia , and Lucy ; Douglas A. and Melissa (Trudel) O'Donnell of Lancaster, MA, and their children, Matthew, Allison, and Emily; Mark R. and Sheila (Sanchez) O'Donnell of Leominster, MA, and their children, Ross, Shannon, and Shane; Gregg A. O'Donnell of Lancaster; and his daughter, Olivia Toth. Jack graduated from Leominster High School and Admiral Billard Preparatory School, New London, CT. He proudly served for the US Marine Corps in the Korean War from 1953 to 1956. He graduated from the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA, in 1960. Jack was an entrepreneur in business, representing companies both locally and throughout the United States. He was a member of the College of the Holy Cross Alumni Association, the Knights of Columbus and St. Leo's Parish. A proud father and grandfather, Jack was actively involved in his sons and grandchildren's lives and activities. His greatest enjoyment was his family and he spent untold hours involved in their sports activities over the years. He was dedicated to his family, friends, church community, and country.Burial with military honors was in St. Leo's Cemetery.