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Obituary of Beatrice Moynihan

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Beatrice (Gosselin) Moynihan, 90, died in Concord, MA May 17, 2010 surrounded by her family. She was born in Manchester, NH August 12, 1919 to Adelard and Ida (Drouin) Gosselin. She lived in Needham, MA for 25 years before returning to Manchester where she lived until moving to Concord, MA in 2006. She graduated from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy in 1941, worked in her family pharmacy in Manchester, NH and maintained her pharmacy license in Massachusetts and New Hampshire until she was 86 years old. Bea was an avid collector during her lifetime of political and historic memorabilia, loved playing the piano, loved crafts and needlepoint, and knitting sweaters for all of her grandchildren. Above all, she loved her family. She was predeceased by her first husband, Robert C. Dawson and her second husband, Maurice L. Moynihan. She leaves her children, Marilyn Sarles and her husband Jay, of Wellesley, MA, Kathryn Shane and her husband Howard, of Acton, MA, Robert Dawson and his wife Peggy, of Sudbury, MA and Denise Smit and her husband Henk, of Peachtree City, GA; her grandchildren, Jessica Busiek, Dan Sarles, Liz Sarles Dias , Drew Shane, Katie Sarles Garvey, Caroline Dawson, Bobby Dawson, Danielle Smit and Lindsay Smit and by three great grandchildren, Skylar Busiek, Avery Busiek and Will Garvey. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated May 22nd in Manchester, NH. Interment followed in Mount Calvary Cemetery, Manchester, NH. Memorial donations may be made to the Raymond A. and M. Christine Gosselin Scholarship Fund at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Sciences, 179 Longwood Ave., Boston, MA 02115. Lambert Funeral Home & Crematory, 1799 Elm St., Manchester, NH was in charge of arrangements. For more info visit

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On May 22, 2010
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