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Doris A. St. Onge

March 31, 2014

Doris A. St. Onge

WOONSOCKET- Doris A. St. Onge, 91, formerly of Spring St. Manville died Sunday morning at Oakland Grove Health Care Center. She was the wife of the late Marcel N. St. Onge.
Born in Manville she was a daughter of the late Wilfred and Marie (Leclerc) Laliberte. She was a lifelong resident of Manville.
Mrs. St. Onge was employed at the Manville Jenckes mill and worked at International Data Services in Lincoln prior to retiring.
Doris was a communicant of St. James Parish and a member of the Golden Agers.
Doris was a loving wife and mother and devoted grandmother and great-grandmother. Her life and activities centered around her family.
She is survived by a son Robert M. St. Onge and his wife Barbara of Albion, two daughters Lorraine D. Aubin, and her husband Normand, and Jeanne L. Sylvestre, and her husband Robert, all of Manville. She was the mother of the late Suzanne St. Onge and Therese Rousseau. She was the sister of Leo Laliberte of Woonsocket and the late Armand Laliberte and Marie Rose Desmarais. She is also survived by 8 grandchildren, 9 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Her funeral will be Thursday at 9:00 am from the Menard-Lacouture Funeral Home, 71 Central St. Manville followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00 am in St. James Church, Divison St. Manville. Burial will follow in St. James Cemetery, Manville. Visiting hours are Wednesday from 5-8 pm.
www.menardfuneralhome.com

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