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Lucy S. Almasian

March 18, 1932 - August 11, 2016

Visitation: Sunday, August 14th 4-8p.m. Chesmore Funeral Home of Holliston
Funeral Service: Monday, August 15th 10:00a.m. Armenian Apostolic Church, Whitinsville
Burial: Monday, August 15th, following service at Pine Hill Cemetery, Sherborn

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I only found out today that Lucy had died. I wish I had known at the time of her death because I would have been there to pay my respects. Lucy and I shared many years working together at H & R Block, but we had much more in common. We were both graduates of Anna Maria College and we both taught at Natick High although I did not meet her until I stated to work at Block. We drove together to many Block training sessions and after she retired from Block we still managed to go out for lunch every now and then. She was a wonderful friend and I shall miss her very much.

Posted by Karen Byrne on October 21, 2016

So sorry to hear about Lucy. My Mother, Nancy Norris and Lucy were such good friends going back to their days as town clerks. They had many good times together. She will be missed by many.

Posted by Susan Longmoore on August 30, 2016

My deepest condolences to the Almasian family. May you find comfort in the beautiful words found at Revelation 21:3 & 4, where God promises us that He will soon eliminate all pain, suffering and death. While we wait for this promise to be fulfilled, may the fond memories of Lucy comfort you and ease your pain.

Posted by Lora on August 18, 2016

I had the fortunate opportunity to work with Lucy in Sherborn and she was always reminding me of her roots in Marlborough including some of the people we both knew from our hometown. Her contributions to Marlborough and Sherborn will never be forgotten.

Posted by Mark Oram on August 16, 2016

So sorry to hear. Lucy always had a good word and better advice when I saw her. I do miss her doing my taxes as well. She was a wonder.

Posted by Tim Dermody on August 14, 2016

We met Lucy 20 years ago when she married us in Sherborn . She was so kind and arranged for a beautiful wedding ceremony for us. She particularly liked the fact that my husband was Armenian and in preparation for one of our meetings she brought him home made Sarma! For someone who had only met us a few times, the readings she prepared for our wedding were creative and heartfelt. She set the stage for a wonderful wedding celebration that our family and friends still speak of today. We were sad to read of her passing and wish the family our deepest condolences.

Posted by Lisa & Mark Azarian on August 14, 2016

What a special lady. During my years growing up in Sherborn, I saw a lot of Lucy and Joe. I remember their smiles, kindness, and just the gentle love that was always felt around them. They we good friends of my parents, Paul and Mary Hirsch, both who have since past. But there was always contact because my mother was a first grade school teacher at both what was once called Center School, where Lucy later worked in the town offices, and at Pine Hill School. I remember how fond they both where of your parents. There is a heaviness in my heart for you and all your family, but also a soft smile of remembrance. I feel blessed to have known Lucy - and Joe. With my Deepest Condolences - Debra Hirsch Ahearn

Posted by Debra Hirsch on August 13, 2016

What a Grand Lady! I have fond memories of seeing your mom, sharing parenting stories. She always made me smile. Please know you are in my prayers.

Posted by Louis J Dittami on August 13, 2016

Lucy was my sister in law . Our families shared our growing up together and our many many gatherings for over thirty years, until I was transferred to florida. We still shared vacations together even after our move, and Lucy was a rock for me when my Angel passed away. Joe was a brother, and we shared many a good time together. Although we grew apart since Angel\'s death, I still kept in touch with my favorite niece Sosie, and it hurts to bring back all our memories together. I am still on the mend from back surgery, and will not be able to attend, my thoughts and prayers are with all you children, you should be proud of your mother.

Posted by charles piligian on August 13, 2016

Beautiful photo of Lucy. I'll always think of her like like this - vibrant and strong with a kind and genuine smile. Her lifelong determination and fortitude has been inspirational and I can honestly say that my family was in awe of her. What a successful life she led! and along with Joe, left a wonderful legacy of children and grandchildren. God bless you all. Thank you for everything Aunt Lucy, Love Linda

Posted by Linda Willoughby on August 12, 2016