Lillian Mabel Turrell obit - sister Mrs Edward Veazie mentioned
l Miss Lillian M. Turrell t Miss Lillian Mabel Turrell, 7(i, ;of the Phoenix Professional Build- iing, State St., died at 8.35 last ievening at thc North Adams Hos- Ipital, where she had been a pa- tient since Aug. 2. : Miss Turrell was born in Dal- a daughter of the late Leon- ; ard M. and Martha Jane (Pen- dergastl Turrell. She came to North Adams as a child and at- tended local elementary schools and the old Drury Academy. She a member of St. Anthony's: |daim, She leaves three sisters, Mrs. Chase and Mrs. Edward Veazie of this city, and Miss Cath- 1 erine Turrell of Gardner; two! and'nieces, Mrs. Zygamond Yanofski!" Springfield, Vt., and Mrs. Dom-i Salvatore of Pittsfield; and two nephews, Samuel and Ed- ward Veazie of North Adams. Funeral services will be held , Monday at St. Anthony's Church with a High Requiem Mass at 9 a.m. Burial will be in the family lot in Hillside Cemetery. ' Calling hours at the" Flynn & Roach Funeral Home will be held from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.. to- 1 _ or _ r _°^ JThere wi " be m callin S hours today.