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Margaret (Leduc) Brida
August 27, 1923 ~ December 27, 2023 (age 100) 100 Years Old
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Margaret Brida (100) of Florence Ma. Passed away peacefully at Linda Manor. Born in Leeds Ma on Aug 27 1923 she was the daughter of Alphonse J and Anne J (Levitre) Leduc. Following High School, Margaret worked in the Food Service Industry beginning at the VA Hospital where she met her husband of 48 yrs John Brida who passed away several years ago. Margaret ultimately retired from Smith College in 1988.
Margaret was strong in her faith and put family above all else. She would travel any distance for the chance to be with one of them, visiting places such as Panama, Alaska, California, Texas, Colorado and several trips to NH. She even spent a day on an Aircraft Carrier when her son was serving in the US Navy. She enjoyed the simple things in life, possessed a good sense of humor combined with a touch of sass and she knew all the words of several songs which she would sing at any given moment. She will be missed by all who knew her smile and felt her warmth.
Margaret is survived by her sons John (Cindy), James, William and Gary, 17 Grandchildren, 24 Great, Grandchildren and 11 Great, Great, Grandchildren. As well as several nieces and nephews.
Besides her parents and husband, she was predeceased in life by brothers Paul, Francis, and Bernard and sisters Rita, Doris, and Rose. Her daughter Donna M Walsh and her husband ret Major Milton J Walsh and granddaughter, Peggy .
The family would like to thank the entire staff at Linda Manor, and the staff of Pioneer Valley Hospice for their kindness and compassionate care of Margaret. In lieu of Flowers donations can be made in Margaret’s name to the Activities Fund at Linda Manor.