n.1.A stout twilled silk used for dresses.
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Bodah and his wife, Lia, of North Carolina; four grandchildren, Caitlyn Merry and her husband, Matthew, of Peterboro, N.H., Meghann Burke of Westford and Heidi Bodah and Jacqueline Tobine, both of North Carolina; and five great-grandchildren.
"I'm not going to say I am surprised," box office manager Laurie Tobine said of the cancellation.
John and her husband, Russell Tobine, of North Carolina; a brother, William St.
Bodah and his wife, Lia, of North Carolina; four nieces, Caitlyn and Meghann Burke, Heidi Bodah and Jacqueline Tobine; and several cousins.
"Maggie" (Calcia) Tobine, 78, of 1 Bigelow Gardens, died Wednesday, June 25, in UMass-Memorial Healthcare, Memorial Campus, Worcester, after an illness.
She leaves four children, Michael Tobine and his wife, Donna, Marianne Attianese, Patricia Bodah and Kathleen Kunst; a brother, Robert Calcia; four sisters, Mary Tibaudeau, Dorothy Carlson, Ann Thibeault and Kathleen Belair; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews.
She is survived by her two children: Richard Broghamer and his wife Gloria, of North Brookfield, Judith "Judi" Thompson, and her husband, Gordon, of Charlton; 8 grandchildren: Linda Sweeney, Steven Broghamer, Donna Tobine, Deborah Robinson, Joanne Lavallee, Nancy Mingola, Brian Thompson, and Michelle Thompson; and her 9 great grandchildren: Justine, John, Eric, Heath, Dustin, Kasey, Kolby, Michael, and Ashley; 3 great, great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.