In Memory

Kathleen Duggan (Charbonneau)

Kathleen Duggan (Charbonneau)

 Kathleen (Duggan) Charbonneau, 74, died Thursday, October 24, in Brigham and Womens Hospital, Boston. Her husband, Roy Charbonneau, died in 2002. She is survived by a son, Jeffrey F. Sprott, Of Sutton; a daughter, Pamela Legere, of Whitinsville; three grandsons, Joshua Sprott, Michael Legere, and Joseph Legere; and a nephew, Corey Hastings. She was predeceased by her sister, Ann Marie Duggan-Hastings.

Kathy was born in Worcester, February 6, 1945, a daughter of Edward and Evelyn (O'Neill) Duggan. She grew up in Whitinsville, and lived in Grafton 30 years, returning to Whitinsville in 2005. She was a 1962 graduate of Northbridge High School, Leo's Beauty Institute, and Quinsigamond Community College. Kathy was a nurse extender, and worked in the UMass Memorial Cardiac ICU, retiring in 1996.

She was volunteer at the Northbridge Senior Center, and a member of the Class of '62 Golden Girls, with her special friends, Margie Ebbeling Smith and Elaine Jones Mahoney.

Kathy's Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10am, Wednesday, October 30, in Saint Patrick's Church, Cross Street, Whitinsville. Calling Hours will be 5-7 pm, Tuesday, October 29, in the Carr Funeral Home, 24 Hill Street, Whitinsville. Following cremation, interment in Saint Patrick's Cemetery will be private.

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10/26/19 10:44 PM #1    

Doris Lightbown (Ducharme)

Kathy was a wonderful friend to all she knew. I will remember her laughing and always ready to lend a hand.  She will be missed by the Golden Girls group and by her friends at the Senior Center.  Another classmate gone too soon.

10/27/19 08:29 AM #2    

Anne Vallee (Williams)

Kind-hearted from day one.
Sad to loose one of the sweetest.

10/27/19 10:23 AM #3    

Judith Labine (Turner)

Kathy will certainly be missed, she was a great lady. Always fun being with her at our GG lunches.

10/27/19 11:34 AM #4    

Marjorie Ebbeling (Smith)

We will all miss Kathy !! She was so friendly and outgoing and lovable. Would do anything for anyone !!

She was like a sister to me. We go way back from living across the street from each other and have many memories....some good and some funny, and even some bad. haha

We all love you and will never forget you, my friend. The Golden Girls will toast to you at every luncheon we have ........and breakfast, too.

Rest in peace and we will all meet up again.




















10/27/19 12:52 PM #5    

James Couillard

I grew up with Kathleen as our parents were close friends. Kathleen and I went to a square dance at the Girl Scout house near the tennis courts--1st date and long friendship. We always laughed at how I had to speak up for here or be right in front of her so she could read my lips. A true friend.

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