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St.anna church leominster ma

St.anna church leominster ma

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LEOMINSTER, MASSACHUSETTS —- Elena Hautanen, 67, of Leominster, a caring wife, mother, and grandmother, passed away on September 24, 2020, after a two-year battle with pancreatic and lung cancer. She was born in Davao City, Mindanao, Philippines on September 30, 1952, to Augustin Booc and Encarnacion Bertos Pulanco. In the Philippines, she was predeceased by a host of brothers and sisters. Her husband of 42 years, Kent Hautanen of Leominster, and their son Scott Hautanen of Dover, DE, as well as two grandchildren, Kolten and Kaden, both of Dover, DE, and several other brothers and sisters, as well as nieces and nephews in the Philippines and California, survive her.
She was working for the Bureau of Soils in Davao City after graduating from the University of Mindanao when she met her pen pal and soul mate Kent. They married shortly after, and she went on to be the most wonderful wife, mother, and grandmother. She was affectionately known as Lola by many who knew and met her. She treated everyone as if they were her own relatives, with love and kindness.

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I wish you all a joyous and blessed Easter. It’s a far cry from last year, when the church was deserted and we performed for an unknown audience. I was overjoyed to see so many people attend the Triduum, and it really warmed my heart. Priests have been afraid for the past year, wondering if the people will return, and I think we can confidently say that they will.
In the church, Easter is a very special time. We baptized two people and confirmed three others at the Vigil Mass. Since it is the beginning of so much of our theology, a special day has been set aside only for it. Lent has come to an end. This year’s Lent seems to have lasted about a year and a half!
You must consider Easter in terms of all three days – Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter – since they are all intertwined and one will be meaningless without the other. The Eucharist was offered to us on Thursday, and the priesthood was begun; it was a way of maintaining God’s people, and of gathering God’s people to pray. It sustained those who witnessed Jesus being dragged through the streets and eventually hanged on a cross, especially the apostles.

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Service Date: February 15, 2017

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The funeral will be held at Brandon Funeral Home in Fitchburg on Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at 11:00 a.m., followed by a Mass at St. Anna’s Church, 199 Lancaster St., Leominster. Evergreen Cemetery will be the site of the funeral. On Wednesday, from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., there will be a visitation at the funeral home. Donations to St. Anna’s Church, 199 Lancaster St., Leominster, MA 01453, can be made in lieu of flowers.
Clara A. Mullan and her husband, Barney, of Fitchburg, Joan M. Franklin of Fitchburg, and Nancy C. Curtis and her husband, William, of Ashburnham, are her three daughters, as well as her niece, Josephine Yapchian of Leominster, and nine grandchildren and great grandchildren. Paul Antocci, Mello Antocci, and Joseph Antocci were her three children, and Frances Santangelo was her niece.
The funeral will be held at Brandon Funeral Home in Fitchburg on Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at 11:00 a.m., followed by a Mass at St. Anna’s Church, 199 Lancaster St., Leominster. Evergreen Cemetery will be the site of the funeral. On Wednesday, from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., there will be a visitation at the funeral home. Donations to St. Anna’s Church, 199 Lancaster St., Leominster, MA 01453, can be made in lieu of flowers.

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Marion Lolli was born on September 2, 1935, in Leominster, Massachusetts, to Ralph Sr. and Fannie (DeFelice) Lolli. She graduated from Leominster High School in 1953 and went on to Forsyth School of Dentistry, where she received her degree in 1955. Marion started her career as a Dental Assistant at Fort Devens in Ayer, MA, and married Bill Corkran in 1958, who had also served in the US Army and had been stationed at Fort Devens. She worked part-time at Sears and Esper Drug in the 1970s while also raising her daughter.
Marion was well-known for her delectable cooking, especially her homemade pasta, which she often packed and escorted to far-flung family members.
She enjoyed sharing her culinary skills – as well as the fruits of her labor – with others. Marion volunteered as a 4H “mom” for Cooking in the early 1970s. Her “students” have fond memories of the experience. She recently traveled to Florida to share her pasta-making skills with the Lolli family’s multi-generational gathering! Marion was a gifted vocalist who released a number of albums prior to her marriage. She also auditioned for the role of Cinderella in Disney’s Cinderella as a child. She was a member of The Annettes in a performance at Saint Anna’s Parish around the same time as she was participating in her Senior Class Play. Anyone who passed her house on a warm day could hear her lovely voice and smell her delectable cooking throughout her life!