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Nicholas J. Betti, 59

Shrewsbury – Nicholas J. Betti, 59, a lifelong Shrewsbury resident, passed away Saturday, Nov. 24, 2012, with his family gathered beside him, after a period of declining health.

Nicholas was born Jan. 27, 1953, in Worcester, a son of Christine M. (Mattero) Betti and the late Alfred M. Betti Sr. He graduated from Shrewsbury Public Schools, and entered college to study computer related courses. Upon earning his degree, he became a computer programmer for various computer companies before retiring due to illness.

Not blessed with marriage or children, Nick found his greatest enjoyment with the Shrewsbury Little League, as a coach and Board of Director for many years.

Nicholas is survived by his devoted family, his mother, Christine M. (Mattero) Betti; his four siblings, Joseph A. Betti, Alfred “Fred” Betti and his wife Diane, Bridget A. Simoncini and her husband Joseph, and Angela M Preble and her husband Richard; the many nieces and nephews he loved so much; and extended family and friends.

A memorial Mass will be celebrated Friday, Nov. 30, at 10:00 a.m., in St. Anne's Church, 130 Boston Tpke., Shrewsbury. Burial next to his father will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. There are no calling hours.

Memorial remembrances can be made to the Shrewsbury Little League. PO Box 197 MO, Shrewsbury, MA 01545.

The MERCADANTE FUNERAL HOME & CHAPEL of Worcester is honored to assist the family with arrangements.

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