Alice M. (Williamson) Lucier 102 of Ludlow died Monday, April 30, 2012, in Mercy Medical Center. Born in LUDLOW October 24, 1909, daughter of the late William and Rose (Lussier) Williamson. Educated in local schools she was a 1928 graduate of Ludlow High School. In 1942 she enlisted in the United States Marine Corps and served her Country until 1945. She had worked for Ludlow Manufacturing Associates, she was also office manger for the former Ludlow Rubber. She was an accomplished pianist, and had played for silent movies. She was a noted artist specializing in stained glass, she was a member of Ludlow Country Club, and had been awarded the Golden Cane Award for the Town of Ludlow for being it’s oldest resident. She was a Communicant of the former St. Mary of the Assumption Church. She was the widow of Raymond E. Lucier who died March 26, 1990, together they shared 45 years of marriage. Alice is survived by her nephews and their wives, Michael J. Williamson and his wife Joan of Brockton, MA, William P. Williamson and his wife Kathy, and Raymond E. Williamson and his wife Karen of Ludlow. Also survived by 7 Grandnieces and nephews. Sadly she was predeceased by her brother Ludlow Police Department Sgt. Edward Williamson and his wife Helen (Kowalczyk) Williamson.
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Family and friends are asked to gather at 10 AM Wednesday, May 2, 2012, at St. John the Baptist Church 181 Hubbard St. Ludlow, where a Liturgy of Christian Burial will be offered by the Catholic Community of St. Elizabeth. Msgr. Homer P. Gosselin will preside. Rites of Committal will follow in St. Michael’s Cemetery.