Maud Brock; 1 March 1969
be 7 to MRS. MAUD E. BROCK ATHOL -- Mrs. Maud 'E. (Wilson) Brock of 20 Maple died on her 94th birthday Friday Friday at MfElam Nursing Fitchburg, where she had resided resided about eight months. She was the' widow of Luther F. Brock. Mrs. Brock was a native WhitJngham. Vt, a daughter the late Frank and Martha (Wheeler) Wilson, and lived in Athol most of her life. She was a 53-year "member of Banner Rebekah Lodge oÂ£ Odd Fellows and of the First P a r i a h TTnitarinn.Trnivprgn. a home 7 to 8 Ma- list Church. She is survived by a Mrs. Faith Worrell of Athol; two grandchildren, Mrs. Claire O'Brien of Fitchburg. and Lyim DeJackome of Orange, and great-grandchildren. Funeral services -will be held Monday at 2 p.m. in* the gins Funeral Home. Burial wj_ be in Silver Lake- Cemetery. Rev. Warren B. Lovejoy, pastor of First Parish Church, will officiate. ' 'Â· Calling hours in the funeral temie are 2 to 4 and-7-fa wffl Sunday.