Patricia A. HaskellNovember 26,2013Patricia A. Haskell
NORTH HAVERHILL, N.H. — Patricia Abbie Haskell, 81, died Sunday, November 24, 2013, at the Grafton County Nursing Home in North Haverhill, NH.
She was born in Groton, VT, February 16, 1932, the daughter of Frederick and Isabele (Frost) Bain.
Pat graduated from Groton High School.
She worked for Burndy Corp. in North Haverhill and Littleton, NH, as a machine operator.
Pat was very active at the Horse Meadow Senior Center in North Haverhill.
Survivors include her daughter, Elizabeth “Beth” Haskell of North Clarendon, VT; a sister, Beverly Hatch of Southington, CT; a brother, Rupert Bain of Plymouth, CT; and several nieces, nephews, along with several special friends.
In keeping with Patricia’s wishes, there will be no public services.
Burial will be held at the convenience of the family at the Groton Village Cemetery, Groton, VT, in the spring.
Ricker Funeral Home, Woodsville, NH, is in charge of arrangements.
For more information or to offer an online condolence, please go to www.rickerfh.net.
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