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Sandra E. Martineau, obit, age 71
Posted by: Jim Belanger (ID *****9664) Date: April 13, 2009 at 04:26:01
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Published: Friday, April 10, 2009, Nashua Telegraph, Nashua NH
Sandra E. Martineau, Florida

Sandra E. Martineau, 71, of Dunnellon, Fl. died unexpectedly April 4, 2009 at home. She had previously lived in Rumford, ME and Nashua, N.H. before moving to Florida in 2004. She treasured her time with her family and friends. Sandy was a decorative painter for many years. She was proud to have been married for 53 years to her husband Curly. She was predeceased by her parents Carl and June Emerson, and a brother Carl Emerson Jr. She is survived by her husband Raymond J. Martineau of Dunnellon, FL; daughters Debra Rosin, Hercules, CA, Terrie Anastasio and Cindy Bartlett, Gorham, ME; Sons Scott Martineau, Hampstead, N.H., Tim Martineau, Nashua, N.H.; Sister Joan Hill, Milton, N.H. Grandchildren Erica Klafter, Derek Rosin, Andrew and Nicole Anastasio, Kathryn Bowden, Heather and Aaron Bartlett, Cameron, Danielle, Chelsea and Trevor Martineau and great-grandsons Vinny and Tyler. A private graveside burial will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers memorial donations can be made to The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation in her name.


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