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Helen L. Milligan

October 25, 2012

Helen L. Milligan

WOONSOCKET- Helen L. (King) Milligan 97, a resident of the Friendly Home, died peacefully there on Tuesday October 23, 2012. She was the wife of the late Samuel B. Milligan, who died in 1966.
Born in Lockes Millis, Maine August 26, 1915 a daughter of the late Ralph A. and Alice (Brown) King, she was raised and educated in Maine, and had formerly resided in Needham, and Boston for many years.
She retired after many years of service in the housekeeping department at the famed Parker House in downtown Boston.
She loved to read and loved spending time with her family.
She is survived by 2 sons, King A. Fillmore of California, David E. Fillmore of Franklin, 2 daughters Mary K. Griffin of Needham, and Martha Foley-Landry of Woonsocket, a sister Corrine Conzo of Weymouth, a longtime family friend Marsha Whalen of Stoneham, 8 grandchildren, and 11 great grandchildren.
She is the mother of the late Knap Fillmore and Ralph S. Milligan.
Her services and interment are private.
In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be sent to the Salvation Army 147 Berkeley St. Boston, MA 02118 would be appreciated.
Arrangements are under the care and direction of the Charles F. Oteri & Son Franklin Funeral Home 33 Cottage St. Franklin,
www.oterifuneralhome.com.

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