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Howard A Aubertin - Grave
Howard A Aubertin


Paxton, Massachusetts, USA - The Shore, Turkey Hill Pond, Paxton, Mass.
Paxton, Massachusetts, USA
The Shore, Turkey Hill Pond, Paxton, Mass.

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World War II Soldier flag  Howard A  Aubertin

  (b. 9 August 1921, Massachusetts, USA   d. 24 February 1996Paxton, Massachusetts, USA )  

Howard A Aubertin was born 9 August 1921 in , Massachusetts, USA. Howard A Aubertin was the child of Howard Aubertin and Walburga E Bieberbach and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Augustus Anthony Aubertin and Mary Ann Walsh

He married  Annette Richer abt. 1959 . 

Howard A Aubertin died 24 February 1996 in Paxton, Massachusetts, USA.

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Howard A Aubertin married  Annette Richer-- Date: abt. 1959 Place: 

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9 August 1921
, Massachusetts, USA

1930 - Worcester, Massachusetts
Name: Howard Aubertin
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1930
Event Place: Worcester, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
District: ED 61
Gender: Male
Age: 8
Marital Status: Single
Race: White
Race (Original): White
Relationship to Head of Household: Son
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1940 - Worcester, Massachusetts
Name: Howard A Aubertine
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1940
Event Place: Ward 9, Worcester, Worcester City, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 18
Marital Status: Single
Race (Original): White
Race: White
Relationship to Head of Household...

World War II Army Enlistment
Name: Howard A Aubertin
Name (Original): AUBERTIN HOWARD A
Event Type: Military Service
Event Date: 21 Nov 1942
Term of Enlistment:
Event Place: Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Residence Place:
Race: White
Citizenship Status: citizen
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24 February 1996
Paxton, Massachusetts, USA

Worcester Telegram & Gazette (MA) - February 26, 1996
Deceased Name: HOWARD A. AUBERTIN, 74
PAXTON - Howard A. "Bud" Aubertin, 74, of Paxton, a longtime mechanical engineer, died Saturday in University Commons Nursing Center after a long illness.
He leaves his wife of 37 years, Annette M. (Richer) Aubertin; two sons, Howard A. Aubertin of Layton, Utah, and Daniel J. Aubertin of Worcester; a daughter, Amy L. Aubertin of Ashby; two sisters, Dorothy Appleby of Harwich Port and Marjorie Pratt of Dennis; a grandson; nephews and nieces. He was born in Worcester, son of Howard A. and Walburga E. (Bieberbach) Aubertin, and lived here 37 years. He graduated from Classical High School in Worcester and Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 1943. At WPI, he was vice president of his senior class, competed on its diving team, and was a member of the Skull, an honorary society.
He was a veteran of World War II, serving as a first lieutenant in the Army Air Corps.
Mr. Aubertin was a mechanical engineer for many years. He worked in sales for 17 years at Trane Co., based in Boston, and 17 years as a project engineer at J. George Lamotte & Sons Inc., then in Worcester. He was later a resident engineer for the state Department of Health & Human Services before he retired.
He was a member of St. Columba's Church and once served on its building committee. He was a member of the Worcester Ski Club and the Seven Hills Wheelmen. He once served on the town Recreation committee, and once a coach in the Paxton Little League. He was an enthusiastic cyclist, golfer and skier.
The funeral will be held Wednesday from Miles Funeral Home, 1158 Main St., Holden, with a Mass at 11 a.m. in St. Columba's Church, 10 Richards Ave. Burial will be in Mooreland Cemetery. Calling hours are 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Society of Progressive Supranuclear Palsy, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 5065 Outpatient Center, 601 North Caroline St., Baltimore, Md. 21287; or University Commons Nursing Center, Activity Fund, 378 Plantation St., Worcester 01605.
Worcester Telegram & Gazette (MA)
Date: February 26, 1996

Mooreland Cemetery Paxton Worcester County Massachusetts, USA

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