Margaret E. SanguinettiNovember 22,2012
Margaret E. Sanguinetti
BARRE TOWN — The service of remembrance and celebration of the life of Margaret E. Sanguinetti, 92, of Camp Street, was held Monday, Nov. 19, 2012, at 11 a.m. in the First Presbyterian Church of Barre. She passed away Nov. 17, 2012, at her home.
The Rev. Carl Hilton-VanOsdall, pastor of the church, led the service. Organist and pianist Mary Jane Austin led the congregation in the hymns “How Great Thou Art” and “Let All Things Now Living” and accompanied soloist Erik Kroncke in the hymn “Shall We Gather At the River.” Bagpiper Donald Murray played “Amazing Grace” and other selections at the church and at the cemetery.
Margaret’s grandchildren, Nicholas Bonamico, Piero Bonamico and Sirena Maxfield offered reflections. Other remembrances were offered by son-in-law Piero Bonamico, the Rev. Gina Hilton-VanOsdall and others in the congregation.
Entombment took place in the family mausoleum in Hope Cemetery in Barre, with the Rev. Hilton-VanOsdall offering the committal prayers. Bearers were grandsons Nicholas Bonamico and Piero Bonamico; nephews Robert Button and Bruce Mekkelsen; and grandnephews Bruce Sanguinetti and David Sanguinetti.
Following the committal service, family and friends gathered at the home of daughter and son-in-law Lee and Piero Bonamico in Barre Town for a time of sharing and refreshments.
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