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Leslie A. Nadeski, 88

Westborough - Leslie A. Nadeski, 88, passed away Monday, July 16, 2007 at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester after an illness. His wife of 46 years, Rita (Scrivani) Nadeski, passed away in 1996.

He leaves his daughters, Karen Nadeski and Carla Nadeski; his son, John Nadeski; three sisters-in-law; and nieces, nephews and cousins.

Born in Worcester, the son of Joseph and Mary (Guillett) Nadeski, he lived in Westborough for the past 57 years. He was a 1937 graduate of Worcester Boys Trade High School.

Mr. Nadeski worked as an electrician at Cottage Electric in Worcester and then at the former Bay State Abrasives Co. in Westborough before retiring in 1983.

A member of Saint Luke the Evangelist Church, he enjoyed gardening, chess, Scrabble, crossword and jigsaw puzzles, Sudoku, and reading. He was a member of Bay State Abrasives' bowling leagues and he followed many sports, especially the Red Sox.

Funeral services were held July 20 from the Britton-Summers Funeral Home of Westborough, with burial at St. Luke's Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the Worcester County Food Bank, 474 Boston Turnpike Rd., Shrewsbury, MA 01545 or the Salvation Army, 147 Berkeley St., Boston, MA 02116.

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