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Dorothy Jean Veglia
June 20, 1944 - April 7, 2015

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Loved by many & loved all…Dorothy Jean Veglia of Boston MA Passed away Tuesday April 7th 2015. She was the daughter of the late John Veglia and Lillian Smith. She resided in Providence RI. She leaves behind with so much love, her 5 children Marion, Charles, John, Lillian and Sandra, 21 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren, 6 brothers and sisters and so many more.

Dorothy grew up in Massachusetts and later on moved to Providence RI. She will be remembered by so many people as the lady that was always there.  If you needed a place to stay, a hot meal, and a good laugh. If she could help you, she would. She had such a big heart. Always putting others before herself. She raised so many children and assisted so many with whatever she could.. What made her happy is making everyone else happy.  We were all blessed to be a part of her life as she blessed us all with her kind heart.

She will be deeply missed.

Her Funeral will be held at 12pm, Friday April 10, 2015 in the Chapel of Hope and Memory at the Swan Point Cemetery, 585 Blackstone Blvd. Providence RI.

Ethel May Quigley of Boston Ma. Received her angel wings on Saturday June 4th 2011.

She was the daughter of the late Melvin L. West & Lilian Lufkin. She spent her last days at Elmhurst Extended Care in Providence where she was surrounded by so many loved ones in her last hours. She leaves behind so many cousins, nieces and nephews.  
                                                                       Ethel grew up in Massachusetts and later on moved to Providence RI to live with her niece Dorothy. She was the sweetest lady, and always had something sweet for you …She loved playing the lottery and scratching tickets... she was so full of interesting stories from the early 1900s; I could listen to her for hours. She was so kind and loving and always had a way of making you laugh. She had a smile that lit up the room. We were all so blessed to be a part of her life.           
She is missed dearly.
Ethel May Quigley
June 4, 2011
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