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Shirley Mae Seymour, 84

Webster - Shirley Mae (Ballard) Seymour, 84, formerly of Marlborough for many years, died Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2007 at Hubbard Regional Hospital – Transitional Care Unit after a brief illness. She was the wife of the late John Seymour Jr., who died in 1992.

She leaves her daughters, Charlene Seymour and Sandy Pepka; her siblings, Arthur Ballard and Marion Randall; and nieces and nephews.

Born in Marlborough, the daughter of Arthur and Marion (Taylor) Ballard, she had lived in Webster for the past several years.

Mrs. Seymour was employed at the former Frye Boot Co. of Marlborough for many years. Previously, she worked as chief supervisor at the International Paper Co. of Framingham.

She was an avid singer and dancer, and also enjoyed all forms of crafts. She was named Resident of the Year in 2005 for all her volunteer work at Christopher Heights in Webster, where she was also a member of the bell ringers.

Mrs. Seymour will always be remembered for her forever smile and her giving nature.

Graveside services were held Nov. 24 at Maplewood Cemetery in Marlborough. The John P. Rowe Funeral Home in Marlborough directed arrangements. Memorial donations may be made to the Sisters of St. Anne's Convent, 720 Boston Post Rd., Marlborough, MA 01752 or to the Residence Activities Fund at Christopher Heights, c/o Director, 338 Thompson Rd., Webster, MA 01570.

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