Margaret I. StockerNovember 05,2013Margaret I. Stocker
NORTH SPRINGFIELD — Margaret I. Stocker, 86, died Oct. 28, 2013, while en route to Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Lebanon, N.H.
She was born Nov. 29, 1926, in Nashua, N.H., the daughter of George and Irene (Young) Austin.
She enjoyed her gardens, braided rugs, and cooking.
Survivors include two sons, Steven A. Stocker of Fall River, Mass., and Stuart A. Stocker of Chester; a daughter, Sandra Stocker of Lyndon; and two grandchildren.
She was predeceased by her husband of many years, Clifford A. Stocker in 1990.
Burial will take place at a later date.
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