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Hingham Obituaries- February 3

A look at those who have recently passed away in the Hingham area.

Marion E. "Edna" McDuff

McDuff, Marion E. (Gould) “Edna” of Hull, passed away January 27, 2013.

Beloved wife of the late Francis T. McDuff. Loving mother of Thomas J. McDuff and his wife Deborah of Hull, Jane F. Hutcheson and her husband James of Hull, Nancy J. Nason and her husband Daniel of ME, and the late James M. McDuff. Sister of Madeline Barrett of FL, Jeannie Chaupette of Plymouth, Chester Gould of CA, and the late Barbara Hayes and Gertrude Hirsch. Grandmother of Renae MacKenzie, Jeff Hutcheson, and the late Thomas McDuff. Also survived

For several years Edna worked as a waitress for Chef Paul Catering in Hull and the Mug’n Muffin Restaurant in Hingham.

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Frederick J. DeSantis,Sr.

DeSantis,, Frederick J. , Sr. of Quincy, passed away January 20, 2013. The beloved husband of 66 years to Marion A. ( Laccona) DeSantis of Quincy. Father of Frederick J. DeSantis, Jr. and his wife Arlene of Plymouth, Dennis M. DeSantis of Weymouth and his late wife Susan. Father in law of Barbara M. (Bezanson) DeSantis of Weymouth. Brother of Carmella (DeSantis) Hammerle of Quincy and the late John DeSantis. Grandfather of Deanne M. (DeSantis) Pettinelli and her husband Richard of Kingston and Nicole M. DeSantis of Weymouth.

A proud W.W. II Navy veteran, Fred was a long time member of Laborers Local #133 as well as a member of the Sons of Italy in Hingham post 1850.

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Guy S. Conrad

Guy S. Conrad, of Hingham, was born on March 10, 1940 and died on January 27, 2013 at his home at the age of 72. He was preceded in death by his wife Jane (Strouf) Conrad and leaves his son, Christopher F. Conrad of Pembroke; grandsons, Zac and Xavier; sisters, Patricia Lewis of Santa Rosa, CA, Martha Clark and her husband James of Mequon, WI; and his brother, Jon Conrad and his wife Janice of Ithaca, NY. Also survived by brother-in-law, James Strouf of Madison, WI, several loving nieces and nephews and many devoted friends.

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