Patrick T. Sibley, age 21, a volleyball phenomenon while at Natick High School who continued his outstanding athletic career at Sacred Heart University in Connecticut and, most recently at George Mason University in Virginia, died on Sunday, August 18, 2013, following injuries sustained in an accident.Natick —
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Westborough — Jane Mickelson, 50, died peacefully on Saturday, August 17, 2013 at home.
enjoyed listening to music and going to Dunkin Donuts and McDonald’s. On
her 50th birthday she donated all her gifts to the Make- A -Wish
Marlborough — Jose M. Ferrari, 61, of Marlborough died Thursday, August 15, 2013 at Marlborough Hospital after a long illness.
After moving to Massachusetts he owned and operated Marcos Auto Repair on Mechanic Street in Marlborough for 20 years.
Northborough — Marilyn Frances (Harper) Dingley, 82, of Northborough, MA, died Thursday, August 15, 2013 at Marlborough Hills Healthcare Center.
Mrs. Dingley served as the president of
Happy Homesteader's Square Dance Club, Shrewsbury, and had been a co-
coordinator for the 200th anniversary of the Town of Northborough in
Natick — Elvira
“Vera” (Nanna) Perilli, age 82, a longtime parishioner of Saint
Patrick’s Church, died peacefully on August 16, 2013. She was the loving
wife of Richard Perilli for 59 years.
born in Burlington, Vermont, a daughter of the late Antonio and Carmela
(Monfredo) Nanna. She was a 1948 graduate of Cathedral High School and
continued her education during her many years of employment with the
Polaroid Corporation. After her 1993 retirement, she and Richard enjoyed
each other’s company in Natick and at their second home in Colchester,
Marlborough — Alberto M. Badaro, 64, of Marlborough died suddenly Tuesday August 13, 2013 at South Shore Medical Center, Weymouth.
He was educated in Governador Valadares, Minas Gerais, Brazil and owned
Badaro’s Appliance Repair while in Guriri, Esprito Santo, Brazil and was
also a General Manager for Mercedes Benz and Ford Motor Company for
many years in Governador Valadares. After moving to the United States
he owned and operated Badaro’s Appliance Repair.