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 Donald George Lacey

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Donald George Lacey

Birth
Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA
Death
20 Oct 2008 (aged 91)
Tewksbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
Burial
Tewksbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
Memorial ID
147810656 View Source

October 20, 2008

Donald G. "Tot" Lacey

...WWII Veteran, retired from H.P. Hood & Sons dairy; 91.

TEWKSBURY - Donald G. "Tot" Lacey, age 91, a resident of Tewksbury for the past four decades, died Monday morning, October 20, at the Blair House of Tewksbury, following a long period of declining health. He was the husband of the late Esther E. (Donnellan) Lacey, who died in 1995.

He was born in Chelsea, on June 3, 1917 (sic), a son of the late Walter and Cicily (Soper) Lacey. He was raised in North Medford, and lived in Brighton for 19 years before moving to Tewksbury in 1965.

In his youth, he worked for the Civilian Conservation Corps on projects in Colorado, South Dakota, and October Mountain in Western Massachusetts. During WWII, he served as an Army Scout with the 30th Division. He participated in several actions, including the Battle of the Bulge.

He worked in the shipping and receiving department for H.P. Hood & Sons at the Charlestown Headquarters.

Mr. Lacey was a devout Catholic, and a communicant and benefactor to St. William's Church in Tewksbury.

He is survived by ...........................

His Funeral Service was held Friday, Oct. 24, in the funeral home. Burial with Army Honors followed at Tewksbury Cemetery.

October 20, 2008

Donald G. "Tot" Lacey

...WWII Veteran, retired from H.P. Hood & Sons dairy; 91.

TEWKSBURY - Donald G. "Tot" Lacey, age 91, a resident of Tewksbury for the past four decades, died Monday morning, October 20, at the Blair House of Tewksbury, following a long period of declining health. He was the husband of the late Esther E. (Donnellan) Lacey, who died in 1995.

He was born in Chelsea, on June 3, 1917 (sic), a son of the late Walter and Cicily (Soper) Lacey. He was raised in North Medford, and lived in Brighton for 19 years before moving to Tewksbury in 1965.

In his youth, he worked for the Civilian Conservation Corps on projects in Colorado, South Dakota, and October Mountain in Western Massachusetts. During WWII, he served as an Army Scout with the 30th Division. He participated in several actions, including the Battle of the Bulge.

He worked in the shipping and receiving department for H.P. Hood & Sons at the Charlestown Headquarters.

Mr. Lacey was a devout Catholic, and a communicant and benefactor to St. William's Church in Tewksbury.

He is survived by ...........................

His Funeral Service was held Friday, Oct. 24, in the funeral home. Burial with Army Honors followed at Tewksbury Cemetery.

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