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For one, we have far more centenarians around than way back when I made my inauspicious debut in this most fulfilling field. You mean, when these ladies assembled for a group photo, the photographer and anyone else in the room witnessed no fewer than years of life well lived all together at one time? True, the Hunt Community is pretty big, and a lot of seniors live there, but having six centenarians on the rolls at once is something well worth celebrating. Hunt Home for Aged Men and Couples.
A couple decades later, its companion Mary E. Hunt Home for Aged Women took shape next door.
In those days, reaching 65 or 70 was worthy of headlines. There were exceptions, but not many. The first centenarian I recall meeting was a woman who lived in the Souhegan Valley, perhaps in Wilton or Lyndeborough. That was almost 40 years and many medical advances and lifestyle options ago. The only downside, albeit a ificant one, is that these days, we need to enrich insurance companies in order to access and benefit from that health care.
Lozeau is used to bringing a proclamation or two to such events, but may have set a record by showing up with six of them. Bea grew up in Lynn, graduated from high school inwent to the former Posse School of Physical Instruction for three years, got her education degree in from Boston University and worked for 26 years as a teacher and counselor at the former Long Lane School, a juvenile correctional facility in Middletown, Conn.
She loved sports, especially basketball and field hockey. She traveled extensively, but loved her lake house at Newfound Lake. These days, she enjoys time with her nephews and grandnieces; she knits and plays canasta and Liverpool rummy. Her nephew William and grandniece visit often; she also enjoys knitting and crossword puzzles.
She has also been an active community volunteer, reading to children at Dr. Crisp Elementary School. She graduated from Durfee High School inthen from Wellesley College in with degrees in Spanish and psychology. Their daughter, Joyce, lives in Morocco with husband Jacqueme. Janet worked many years at Dennison Manufacturing in Framingham, Mass.
Today, she knits, re and plays bridge. She grew up in Melrose, graduated high school inthen attended Framingham College, earning a degree in psychology in Marge enjoyed volleyball, basketball and general exercise. She began traveling at age 4, riding a train alone to visit family friends.
A gallon of milk was 32 cents, as was a pound of bacon, when Lucienne was born. She left school at 16 for factory work, stitching shoes to help provide for her family during the Great Depression.
Lucienne has two children, Claire and Donald; five grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Growing up, she loved sports, especially volleyball, and now watches baseball while also enjoying baking, cooking and playing card games such as Skip-Bo, rummy and Phase She was known for her large, beautiful gardens around her home. Bob died in Cracker Jack began putting prizes in each box. She was 12 when the family moved to Medford, Mass.
Mary also loves her daily chats with her older sister, who is A full-time mom, Mary was active in her church and organizing family beach trips and outings. He can be reached at or dshalhoup nashuatelegraph. By Staff Jan 11, Interests The Telegraph Daily Newsletter.Older Nashua woman in shape
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