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Deborah Adelaid Renzoni

March 27, 1933 — April 18, 2019

Wolfeboro-Deborah Adelaid (Ward) Renzoni, 86 passed away April 18, at Wolfeboro Bay Center.   Deborah was born in Lynn, MA March 27, 1933 daughter of the late Francis and Laura (Howe) Ward.   She moved to Tuftonboro in 1980 from Ivoryton, CT and recently has lived in Wolfeboro.   In CT she worked for Cheeseboro Ponds for 24 years.   Pre-Deceased by her husband Anthony Angelo Renzoni in 2003, a son Richard Renzoni and a nephew Bruce Cutone   She is survived by 2 sons Jerry Renzoni of East Lyme, CT, Paul Renzoni of Ivoryton, CT, 3 daughters Nancy Denette of Portland, CT, Deborah Paul of Deep River, CT, Lisa Aldridge of Wolfeboro, a sister Caroline Cutone of Essex, CT, 7 grandchildren Joey Paul, Stacey Buckley, Megan Renzoni, Katelyn Renzoni, Emily Renzoni, Zachery Renzoni, Willow Aldridge 5 greatgrandchildren Peyton, Mason, Keegan, Mason, Holden, nieces and nephews Kathy Bella of San Francisco, CA, James Dee of Deep River, CT, Richard and Vicky Cutone of Groton, VT, Tommy Cutone of Essex, CT, Laura Rob Larson of Chester, CT, 2 sisters in law Elsie Bella of CT, Didi Sypher of FL a daughter in law Naomi Renzoni of Contenuga, NY.   The family would like to thank there step sister and husband for all there help Sharon and Dan Flaucher of Center Tuftonboro   Services will be held in CT at the convenience of the family.   The Baker-Gagne Funeral Home and Cremation Service of Wolfeboro is assisting the family with the arrangements.   Please share your condolences, messages, stories and sign an online guest book at www.baker-gagnefuneralhomes.com
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