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Bruce & Jean Goldsmith
Posted January 11 at 4:22 PM CST
  Dear Family Members of Glenna: We are saddened to read of her passing yesterday. I fondly remember driving my grandmother (Martha Goldsmith) over to Glenna & Carl"s house regularly to have her hair done, and of course growing up around Carl & Mel......... With Best Warm Regards to all, Bruce & Jean Goldsmith  
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Obituary for Glenna W. Eldredge

Glenna W. Eldredge, 94
Northborough – Glenna W. (Corey) Eldredge, a lifelong resident of Northborough passed away peacefully at Coleman House on Jan. 6, 2013.
Her husband of 61 years, Carl W. Eldredge Jr. died in 1993. Glenna was the daughter of the late Arthur and Elizabeth (Blakeley) Corey. Mrs. Eldredge graduated from the former Northboro High School and the former David Hale Fanning School of Cosmetology in Worcester. As a cosmetologist, she owned her beauty shop running her business out of her home. Glenna also operated a wallpaper business.
She leaves a sister, June C. French of Northborough; her sister-in-law Annette Warren & husband Lenny of Northborough; a niece Susan Hamil of Centerville; nephews, Charles Eldredge and wife Marianne of Hyannis, Kent Warren and wife Karen of Franklin, Phil Warren and wife Tammy of KY, and Bruce Warren and wife Barbara of Northborough; cousins, Audrey Brooks and husband Richard of Northborough and Jane (Stone) Blakeley of Harwich Port. Glenna is predeceased by a brother, Rolland Corey of Beverly Hills, CA.
Services and burial were held privately in Howard St. Cemetery. The family wishes to thank Patrick Blake and his caring staff for the compassion and care Glenna received while living at Coleman House. Memorial donations may be made to: Coleman House Activities Fund, 112 West Main St. Nortborough, MA 01532 or Sterling Animal Shelter Inc., 17 Laurelwood Road Sterling, MA 01564. For online condolences, please visit:

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