Grace L. Easter

1932 ∼ 2018

Grace L. Easter

Grace (LaBonte)(Doyle)  Easter, 85, of East Bridgewater died March 7, 2018, after a period of failing health. 

Grace was born in Boston to  Margaret LaBonte.  She married William Doyle in 1951 and the two lived in Stoughton. After William passed away she married Roger Easter in July of 1961, they were happily married for 48 years and lived in East Bridgewater.   She worked at Russo’s House of Sunshine for many years in Randolph.  She had a passion for flowers and gardening as well as enjoyed the arts. 

She is survived by her children, Elizabeth Doyle-Persson of Brockton, Francis Willard of Boston, Andrea Gambrazzio of Attleboro, Eric Easter and his wife Brenda of Raynham, Paul Easter and his wife Terry of East Bridgewater as well as many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She is also survived by a sister Marie McBride of Somerville.  She was preceded in death by sons W. Michael and Mark Doyle. 

All are welcome to a celebration of Grace’s life Sun. March 18th from 1-3pm, have drink and share a story, at the Bridgewater Citizen’s Club, 60 Hale Street, Bridgewater, MA.  Dress is casual. 

Visitation

Sunday, March 18, 2018
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Bridgewater Citizen’s Club
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In lieu of flowers please donate to: Brockton Visiting Nurse Association, Development Office, 500 Belmont Street,Suite 200, Brockton, MA  02301

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Grace L. Easter

1932 ∼ 2018

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