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Mary L. Yesue, 99

Hudson – Mary L. (La Penta) Yesue, 99, of Hudson, died peacefully Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014 at Beaumont Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center in Northborough. She was the beloved wife of the late Prof. Alfred N. Yesue, who died in 1975.

Mary was born in Southbridge and raised in Framingham, daughter of the late John and Vincenza La Penta. She has spent the past 70 years as a resident of Hudson where she raised her family and cared for their home.

She leaves her two sons, Albert Yesue and his wife Peggy of Falmouth and Robert Yesue and his wife Jan of Hudson. She is also survived by her daughter in-law, Mary Jane Yesue of York Harbor, Maine, wife of Mary's late son Alfred Yesue, who died in 2011. She also was a loving “Noni” to her five grandchildren, Heather Yesue-Smith and her husband Greg, Chad Yesue, Vincent Yesue, David Yesue and his wife Karen, and Elizabeth Church and her husband Geoff. She also leaves behind her four great-grandchildren, Olivia, Arianna and Ashton Smith and Jackson Yesue; her sister, Angie Stefanini; and two nephews, David Stefanini and his wife Judy and Joseph Stefanini and his wife Julie, all of Framingham.

Mary's wishes were that a private service and burial be held at the convenience of the family. There are no calling hours. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Tighe-Hamilton Funeral Home of Hudson.

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