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Sudbury Woman, 90, Enjoyed Parcheesi and Tea Time

Eleanor Ellie D. (Maestri) Zoanetti celebrated her 90th birthday in November.

Eleanor D Zoanetti, 90. (Patch File Photo)
Eleanor D Zoanetti, 90. (Patch File Photo)
The following obituary is courtesy of Legacy.com.

Eleanor "Ellie" D. (Maestri) Zoanetti of Sudbury and formerly of Syracuse, NY, died Wednesday, March 19, after celebrating her 90th birthday with family and friends in November. She was the beloved wife of the late Sereno Zoanetti. Born in Albany, NY she was the daughter of the late Frank and Mae (Mandeville) Maestri.

Eleanor was the devoted mother of Barbara Ciampa and her husband Joseph of Sudbury, and the late Raymond Zoanetti; and daughter-in-law, Kathy Zoanetti of Carbondale, IL survives; cherished grandmother of Nichole C. Bull and her husband Jon, Serena C. McNally and her husband Geoffrey, Joseph Ciampa, Jonathan Zoanetti, and Lauren Zoanetti; and the loving great-grandmother of Preston and Thomas Bull, and Claire Mae McNally.

Eleanor devoted 33 years of service to General Electrics manufacturing division as a Process Manager. Eleanor adored her family and friends, enjoyed her tea time, summertime in Otisco and Skaneateles, and challenging her family to games of Parcheesi--right up until the last night of her life.

Funeral from the Duckett J.S. Waterman & Sons Home of Memorial Tribute, 656 Boston Post Rd., Sudbury on Mon., Mar. 24, at 9:00 a.m., followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 10 a.m. at Our Lady of Fatima Church, 160 Concord Rd. Sudbury; interment to follow in New North Cemetery, Sudbury.

Visiting hours will be held from 2-6 p.m. on Sunday at the funeral home, relatives and friends kindly invited.

Expressions of sympathy in Ellies memory may be directed to Parmenter In Home Hospice Care, 266 Cochituate Rd. Wayland, MA 01778, or by visiting www.parmenter.org. For more information and on line guestbook, please visit www.duckettwaterman.com.

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