Madeline Roberts

April 21, 1929 - June 29, 2011
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Madeline G. (Furano) Roberts 82 of Ludlow died Wednesday June 29, 2011 in Baystate Medical Center. Born in Geneva, NY April 21, 1929 daughter of the late Louis and Genevieve (Capozzi) Furano. Madeline had been the head of the Langley Air Force Base NCO Club for many years, she was later a waitress at Princess Parlor, and most recently been a waitress at Joy’s Restaurant in Ludlow for many years. Maddy was also an active member of the Ludlow Senior Citizen’s Center. She was the widow of James L. Roberts who died in 1978. She is survived by her daughter Michele Augusto of Ludlow, her cherished granddaughters Ashley Augusto and Sara Zwicker, and a brother Donaldd Furano of The Villages, Florida.

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Family and friends are invited to calling hours Thursday June 30 from 5-7 PM at the Kapinos-Mazur Funeral Home 64 Sewall St. Ludlow. It was Madeline’s wish that funeral services with Rites of Committal in Island Pond Cemetery be private.

Island Pond Cemetery
Center Street
Ludlow, MA 1056



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Born: April 21, 1929
Died: June 29, 2011

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ralph koepsel posted on 1/1/15

BJ will me missed by all that knew him...he was such a GENTLEMAN. God Bless You All; Ralph/Betty Koepsel


Judy Hendrickson and Jean Sewell posted on 1/1/15

We are so sorry about B.J.' death. He was a very kind man and will be missed. Your family is in our prayers.


Fred and Rebecca Huffman posted on 1/1/15

A good friend and was great fun to know.


J. Spencer Solomon posted on 1/1/15

Please see condonlence email message. God Bless you Francis, Karl and Ken.


J. Spencer Solomon posted on 1/1/15

Dear Francis, Karl and Ken, I was so sad to hear of B.J.'s passing. As you know, he was like a family member to me, J. Homer and Verda. He always had a smile, a joke and a kind word and seated me in Church, when I was always late. I was traveling when I received an email from Ralph Koepsel and I am truly sorry I could not attend the services. When miles, careers and time tend to separate us, a envent like this, always reminds of the joy of growing up with wonderful Christian parents and closest friends like B.J. and all of you. I will always celebrate B.J.'s life and what he meant to me as a great man, father and highly respected member of the community. My prayers are with you....Gods Speed. J. Spencer