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Dorothy Jean Essery Anevski
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Birth: Mar. 5, 1920
Death: Oct. 2, 2009

ROCKLAND Mrs. Dorothy Jean (Essery) Anevski, 89, formerly of Rockland died Friday, October 2nd in Manassas,VA. She was born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada on March 5,1920, the daughter of the late Alfred and Jean (MacLeod) Essery. Mrs. Anevski was a long time resident of Rockland before moving to Manassas,VA 2 years ago. She was formerly employed by the E.T.Wright Shoe company in Rockland and at the Rockland Trust Co. She is survived by her beloved Husband, Joseph P. Anevski, 2 sons, Phillip Anevski of Fairfax,VA and John Anevski of St. Louis, MO, 1 sister, Bea Ballum of Prince Edward Island,Canada and numerous nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews. She was the mother of the late Robert Anevski and sister of the late James,George, Robert, Erville, Ralph and Margaret Tenny. The Funeral Service will be on Thursday at 11 AM in the Sullivan Funeral Home, 45 East Water St. in ROCKLAND. Interment will be in Holy Family Cemetery in Rockland. A visiting hour will be on Thursday from 9:30AM untill 10:45AM prior to the Service. For directions and guest book, please visit our website at 781-878-0920 Family owned & operated Since 1897

Published in The Patriot Ledger on 10/6/2009
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  Joseph Peter Anevski (1916 - 2013)*
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Holy Family Cemetery
Plymouth County
Massachusetts, USA
Created by: Carol Bestick
Record added: Oct 06, 2009
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Dorothy Jean <i>Essery</i> Anevski
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