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You are welcome again. Yes, this is addicting! Having computers and the internet makes it so much easier. As you develop your "sleuthing" skills, you may be able and willing to help other people in the future.
Again, please let me know how this all works out.
Added by Karen on Mar 31, 2014 9:10 PM
You're very welcome. I hope that these suggestions help. Please let me know how this all works out. I will be wondering. Do you live in the Worcester area? I am asking because the surrounding towns may have their own phone books. If you are not from the Worcester area, I will make a list of other towns and that should broaden your search possibilities.
Added by Karen on Mar 31, 2014 11:09 AM
Hello S N
The only things that comes to mind right now to suggest is calling the Notre Dame Cemetery and asking if Eugene's grave and info is just "in memory of". I would also ask what funeral home handled his and the other family members (Eugene; Dora; and Antoinette) funerals.If they aren't helpful, try calling back in a few days. Maybe you will get a different person and they will be more helpful.
You may want to try the white pages directory and look for Parenteau..Lovejoy..and Tatro names in the Worcester area. Tatro appears to be Dora's maiden name....so I would include that too.
If the cemetery office will not help, you may want to try the office of the Archdiocese of Worcester.
I hope that this helps you. If I can think of any more ideas, I will let you know. Other people may see this and have some good ideas.
Added by Karen on Mar 29, 2014 10:27 PM