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Josephine L. Selima

January 30, 2012

Josephine L.
Selima

BELLINGHAM- Josephine L. (Liberatore) Selima, 85, of Bellingham MA. and formerly of Milford, MA. died early Saturday morning (January 28, 2012) at the Blaire House of Milford after a period of declining health. She was the widow of the late Charles Selima who died in 1993.
She was born in Italy, the daughter of the late Leopoldo and the late Rita (Marini) Liberatore before coming to America as a young girl.
Mrs. Selima graduated from Milford High School and her family was most important to her.
She was employed as an assembler at the former Draper Corporation in Hopedale, MA and Corning Glass Company in Medfield, MA. before retiring (20) years ago.
She leaves (2) Daughters, Linda J. Tessicini of Milford, MA. and Marie E. Selima of Bellingham, MA.; (1) Son, Charles S. Selima of Woonsocket, RI; (7) grandchildren; (2) Brothers, John Liberatore of Framingham, MA. and James Liberatore of Hopedale, MA.; several nieces and nephews.
She was the sister of the late Rita Liberatore of Milford, MA.
Her funeral will be held on Wednesday morning (February 1) at 9AM from the Edwards Memorial Funeral Home (www.edwarddsmemorialfuneralhome.com for condolence book ) 44 Congress Street Milford, MA. followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 10 AM in the lower chapel of Sacred Heart of Jesus Church 7 East Main Street Milford, MA. Burial will follow in the parish cemetery on Medway Road (Rte. 109.) Visiting hours will be held on Tuesday (January 31) from 5:00PM-7:00PM.

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