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Boston TV icon hosted a children's show in the 1950s-1970s. Do you have any photos from back in the day?
Mildred Chapman Webster, 89, of Hyannis died Sunday December 9 after a long illness.
Army Veteran served in the 82nd airborne Division.
Visitation is this Thursday at the Weir-MacCuish Golden Rule Funeral Home, and committal and graveside services will be held on Wednesday, May 30th.
He is survived by many local relatives and friends.
Funeral services are Friday, April 6th, for the Maldonian who was a skilled painter, operated a Martha's Vineyard bed-and-breakfast, and married Herbert L. Jackson, who served in local and state government.
A funeral mass will be held at Sacred Hearts on Sunday.
Louise owned and operated the Revlin Plaza Function Hall with her husband and was a skilled artist, a mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, and active in Malden youth sports programs.
White, a political figure who helped transform Boston into a world-class city during 16 often turbulent years as mayor, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease about a decade ago.
The former principal and teacher dedicated her life to Catholic education.
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