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First, my condolences to Laurie's family. While I have no memory of Laurie, her late father and mother were my uncle and aunt ("Larry" and "Fran"). I had received a call yesterday, asking if I was managing Laurie's estate, hence the web search and this discovery.

Again,my deepest condolences to the family and friends of Laurie.

Steven Hubbard, Naples Maine. Son of the Late Herman and Margaret ("Sis") Hubbard of Auburn St in Reading.


Posted by: A friend   Aug 21, 2019

I want to offer my condolences to Laurie's family. I consider myself to be very lucky to have had such a wonderful person like Laurie be a mentor to me. Our chats were always the highlight of my day. They were full of advice and guidance, but they were also full of stories from our lives and non-stop laughs. Laurie had a big impact on my career but also on my life as well. She will be deeply missed.


Posted by: Shannon Howanyk - Toronto, Canada   Jun 26, 2019

Dear Laurie's family,

I am SO very very sorry to hear of Laurie's passing. I truly appreciate the phone call from Brenda Barry with the sad news. I'd not have known.

We had so many wonderful memories in Los Angeles together, and the couple of times she visited me in Utah. Although it's been a while since we've seen each other, it is nice to connect on Facebook.

Laurie helped me through a very trying time in my life, and I will

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Posted by: Allycen Farnsworth - Layton, UT - Friend   Jun 25, 2019

I just want to offer my deepest condolences to Laurie's family. I didn't know her too well, but when I did have the opportunity to work with her, she was always friendly, helpful, kind, and always a pleasure to work with. I hope all of your wonderful memories with Laurie will help you through this devastating time.


Posted by: Candice Maynard - Westwood, MA - Coworker   Jun 25, 2019

I have so much to say about you, Auntie, and I know that I'm going to spend years and years telling stories about you. So, for now, I'll just say that I miss you. <3>


Posted by: Trevor Hubbard - Haverhill, MA - Family   Jun 24, 2019

Laurie was always a joy to be around. She was vivacious, well grounded, and loved. I have many fond memories of Laurie. She was truly a gift to all who knew her.


Posted by: Bruce Walker - Beverly, MA - Coworker   Jun 24, 2019

Sorry for the loss. She was a good person in hign school.


Posted by: Marie Schadlick - Salem, NH   Jun 24, 2019

So sorry to hear this sad news. I went into Boston for one of my first Red Sox games ( without an adult!) with Laurie and had a blast! She was a fun person to be around when we were friends in High School. My sincere sympathies


Posted by: Christine McEleney (Macdonald) - Reading, MA - Classmate   Jun 23, 2019

I will have lasting memory of a wonderful person. She will be missed so much.


Posted by: Karen Hallinan - Lehigh Acres, FL - Coworker   Jun 23, 2019

i miss you dearly Laurie, If it hadn't been for Jordan and Lily and Jill and Jack, I never would have met you...You were family to them and to me.

I will miss everything about you- your love of family; adventure, politics, music, your Joie de Vivre, and your undying love for FREDDIE MERCURY.

There was so much more left in you to do and it isnt fair. Growing old all together would not have been a bad thing.
I hear the Sunday church bells. I imagine Angels ringing the bell and it is meant for you.


Posted by: Deb Maas - Newburyport, MA   Jun 23, 2019