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February 9, 2018

Burial Date May 14, 2018

Place of Service Worcester County Memorial Park

Section Heritage II Peace Mausoleum Lot Number: EL605Grave Number: D30

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     Audrey (Dangredo) Cousineau, 79, of Worcester passed away peacefully Friday, February 9th 2018.

She was born in Worcester, the daughter of George and Beatrice (Zdanawich) Dangredo. Raised in Worcester, Audrey graduated from Classical High School and has lived here all her life.

Audrey is survived by her devoted seven children, Donna Marie Flandreau and her husband Frank of Winter Springs, Florida, Robert Cousineau and his wife Irene, Michelle Cousineau, Lisa Sweeney and her husband Stephen all of Worcester, Stephen Cousineau of Westborough, Tracey Fullen and Jennifer Coraccio both of Worcester; a sister, Carolyn Sharleville and her husband Ronald; thirteen grandchildren she cherished, Alyssa, Joseph, Thomas, Michael, Ronald, Ryan, Kelly, Kaitlyn, Courtney, Alexis, Patrick, Brianna and Dominic; 15 great grandchildren; her best friend and pet dog “Archie”; nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Audrey joins in heaven, a granddaughter, Amy Jane Cousineau, grandson Joseph Patrick Fullen, niece Lynne Marie Hofford, son in law, Vinny Coraccio, and former husband, Robert Cousineau who all pre deceased her.

Audrey a person who loved people and helping them worked as an Activities Director putting smiles on their faces for various nursing facilities retiring from Mill Hill Integrated Health Care System before retiring

Audrey’s family always came first in her life. She was a beautiful person who liked the simple pleasures in her life; Spending time with family, her pet dog “Archie “, friends, family dinners, and the occasional trips to the casino. Audrey loved bingo and considered herself a “Professional Bingo Player” and could be found most nights wherever there was a game. She was the backbone of her family and remained devoted to them throughout her life.

You are invited to Memorial calling hours and service Tuesday, February 13th from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the MERCADANTE FUNERAL HOME & CHAPEL, 370 Plantation St. A prayer service will be held at 6:00 pm. In the funeral home.

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