Born and raised in Newton, he was the son of C. (Eugene) Gene and Regina (Dalicandro) Davis of Marlborough. Jeffrey attended Newton North High School and was a member of Brockton Local 223 of the Electricians Union. He was devoted to his children and family and will be deeply missed.
Kathleen (McWilliams) Wortham, 62, a Marlborough resident for the past 40 years, died Monday, Oct. 28 at MetroWest Medical Center, Framingham.
Born in Mt. Vernon, New York, she was the daughter of the late Gerard and Margaret (Martin) McWilliams and the wife of David Wortham of Marlborough, to whom she had been married since 1972. Following her graduation from Lehman College, NY, where she earned a BS Degree in Biology, Kathleen began her career in research at Sloan-Kettering Hospital, NY. She had been employed at several research laboratories, including Harvard University prior to her current position at Dicerna Pharmaceuticals in Watertown where she managed the oncology research team.
Mary Anne (Benedetto) King, 74 of Marlborough, died on Oct. 30 at Massachusetts General Hospital. Born in Marlborough, she was the daughter of the late John and Mary Grace (DeMalia) Benedetto and the wife of the late William A. King Jr., who died in 2006. She was a 1953 graduate of the Immaculate Conception School, Marlborough, and a 1957 graduate of St. Michael's Academy, Hudson. She had been employed by the city of Marlborough as a secretary at Marlborough High School. She was a member of the former of St. Ann's Church, the Holy Rosary Sodality, and the Sons of Italy. Her life, like her mother's, was devoted to her family and friends who knew her as mother, sister, nonnie, and auntie. She enjoyed spending time with her family, for the past forty years, every summer and fall in North Conway, NH.
Irma (Bouley) Robert, 86, formerly of Marlborough, passed away unexpectedly on Oct. 30, leaving a deep void in the lives that she left behind. Her husband, Charles A. Robert, who she spent 53 years with, died in March 2001. Their marriage was a very special one that we will always treasure. Irma was born on Dec. 15, 1926, the daughter of the late Herbert & Clara Bouley and was raised in Hudson. After graduating high school, she married Charles “Buddy” Robert. Living in Hudson for a couple of years they settled in Marlborough where they made their home.