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Obits: Former Asst. Fire Chief, 42 year-old and Korean Vet.

We list area obituaries.

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MarlboroughFintan P. Moore, 87, died Saturday evening, Dec. 8, surrounded by his loving family.

Mr. Moore was employed as a Sales Representative for Aer Lingus Airlines for over 30 years.  He was a long  time member of the Immaculate Conception Church in Marlborough.

MarlboroughJohn P. Peltier, 71, who was born and raised in Marlborough, died Monday, Dec. 9, at Marlborough Hospital.

Jack was devoted to his family and dedicated to fire service. At the age of 14, he became an auxiliary member of the Marlborough Fire Department. In 1964 he joined the department full time, became an Instructor at the Fire Academy in 1974, where he was still active, and earned his way to Assistant Chief in 1985.

BerlinHilda A. (Hubbard) Smith, 94, died peacefully on Dec. 8, at Beaumont of Northborough.

Smith worked for years at Marlborough Hospital retiring as operating room supervisor.

ShrewsburySteven Adam Zielinski, of Shrewsbury, died Monday, Dec. 10, at the UMASS Medical Center in Worcester after a courageous battle with cancer at the age of 42.

Steven was working as a social worker for the Veterans Administration Primary Care Clinic on Lincoln Street in Worcester for the past six years.

Diagnosed with Osteosarcoma at age eight he persevered. He lived cancer free for 33 years until being recently diagnosed with another unrelated cancer that he fought until its end.

ShrewsburyGeorge S. Michalak, a lifelong Shrewsbury resident, died Monday, Dec. 10, at UMASS Memorial Medical Center in Worcester at age 83.

George was raised and educated in Shrewsbury. He honorably served his country in the United States during the Korean Conflict. He worked as a machinist at Morgan Construction Company for 37 years, retiring in 1990.

ShrewsburyMary A. “May” (Whalen) Brennan, 97, of Shrewsbury, died Monday in the Rose Monahan Hospice Residence after an illness.

Brennan worked for many years at the Lincoln Street branch of the Worcester Girls Club, and their camp in Holden, and later at the Ward Hill ski area, and a as a Precinct Worker for the Shrewsbury town elections. She was an original alumnus of the Worcester Girls Club.

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