gosephine d. LaboisJ sonniere, 94, passed away on tednesday, Oct. 1T, O01O, at Brandywine AsJ sisted Living in ShrewsJ bury.
She lived in Shrewsbury all her life. gosephine graduated from oed Bank Catholic High School in 1936 and Drakes BusiJ ness College in 1938. She was previously emJ ployed as a procurement clerk at Fort Monmouth until marriage. She was a member of the ShrewsJ bury Senior HomesteadJ ers, the bowling league and the Schussboomers Ski Club for more than 30 years. She skied throughJ out the Northeast states, Canada and Switzerland. She was an avid Mets fan. gosephine loved to travel with her husband, dene, and with their van they went crossJcounty. They also visited Florida, Italy, Spain, and gerusalem.
gosephine was a resident of Brandywine Assisted LivJ ing since guly O00T. A speJ cial thanks to the nurses, care givers, and friends she made there. She loved all the activiJ ties, especially playing bingo.
She is predeceased by her husband, Eugene t. Laboissonniere; brother Pasqual Tomaino and sister Mary P. Tomaino. Surviving are her three daughters, Mary gean and her husband, Alan Stark, of Pennsylvania, ooberta and her husband, gohn Fragale, of Bayville and Eugenia Laboissonniere of dalloway Township; her brother Alphonse ToJ maino of oed Bank; and her grandchildren, Daniel and gonathan Stark and gennifer and Steve FragJ ale. She is also survived by two nephews, one niece and a few cousins.
A visitation was held at the gohn E. Day Funeral Home on Friday, Oct. 19, O01O, from 4 to 8 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated at St. AnJ thony of Padua oC Church on Saturday, Oct. O0, O01O, at 9 a.m. Interment folJ lowed at Shrewsbury PresJ byterian Cemetery.
In lieu RI flRZHUV, GRQDJ tions may be sent to the American Heart AssoJ ciation, One Union Street, Suite 301, oobbinsville, Ng 08691J4183. Please visit gosephine’s memorial website available at www. johnedayfuneralhome.com.