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1. Denis Berthiaume Obituary, Facebook tribute – Death
2. Dennis J. Berthiaume Obituary, Born in Perth, Western Australia – Death
Dennis’s cherished parents, Judd and Augusta Berthiaume, as well as his brother Dick, his niece Kelly Ahlm, and his nephew Charlie Clifford, all passed away before him. He is survived by his devoted wife of 56 years, Karen; by two children, Terese (and her husband Steve) and Sarah (and her husband Scott); by three grandchildren, Claire, Emma, and Andrew; and by nine siblings, Judd (and his wife Sonja), Jeanne Ahlm (and her husband Butch), John (and his wife Laura Jo), Eileen Clifford, Mary Ann Fenlon, Teresa Boland (and her husband Jerry), Nancy Barrett (and his wife Paul); Dennis had positions at both HealthEast and Children’s Minneapolis during his career. He attended the University of St. Thomas and received his MBA there. Tennis player and athlete Dennis was well known for his skills. He will be sorely missed by everyone. Full obituary
3. John Berthiaume Obituary, born in Mount Airy, Pennsylvania – Death
He is survived by his wife of 41 years, Mary E. (Hudson) Berthiaume; a son, Sean R. Berthiaume and his wife, Mandy of Brooklyn, NY; a daughter, Kelly M. Fera and her husband, David of Worcester; two grandchildren, Rosemary and Robert Fera; two brothers, William Berthiaume and his wife Irene and Gary Berthiaume and his wife, Debbie all of Rochdale; and the entire Hudson He is the son of William H. and Mary E. (McPhillips) Berthiaume and a graduate of Boys trade High School in Worcester, where he was born (Worcester Vocational High School).
After 30 years of service as a painter at the University Campus of the UMass Memorial Medical Center, Bert is now enjoying his retirement. Both St. Andrew the Apostle Church and the Alhambra Council #88 of the Knights of Columbus counted him as a member at one point. His family was the single most important item in his life. Bert cherished the time he got to spend with his family and close friends, many of whom were there for him near the end of his life to provide comfort and keep him laughing. Read more