Helen T. Gage

Died: 2016-08-09
Resided in: Middleton, MA
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Helen T. ( Cotter) Gage, 80, of Middleton, MA passed away August 9, 2016 at her home surrounded by her family after a long illness. She was the wife of the late Edward L. Gage. Born in Lawrence, MA in 1936, she was the daughter of the late William and Lena (Evans) Cotter. She was a graduate of Holten High School, Danvers in 1954. Before becoming a homemaker, Helen was employed with CBS Hytron and the former Ideal Baby Shoe Co. both in Danvers. She enjoyed cooking, sewing and most of all, raising her children as a homemaker. The neighborhood children knew her as “MA” for always being there for them. She leaves her five children, John E. Gage of Middleton, Linda S. Prince of Middleton, Cynthia A. Carbone and her husband Ronald of Middleton, Susan M. Brunet and her husband Raymond of S. Hamilton and Laurene E. Lewis and her husband Karl of Salisbury. Also leaving eight loving grandchildren, William J. Poel, Sean E. Carbone, Angela R. Carbone, Matthew A. Brunet, Nicole M. Hart, Christina Kosvin, Zachary K. Lewis, and Nicholas C. Lewis, two great-grandchildren; Abigail and Hannah. She was the sister of Eileen Tinkham of Danvers and William Cotter of Peabody. She was predeceased by a brother Daniel Cotter. She was the aunt to many.

Aunt Helen will always be in my memory . I remember visiting her when I was a little girl the house always smelled amazing. She always had something wonderful baking and some project for the girls on her sewing machine. what I am most grateful for was her devotion to my mom . Though she was younger she has always been protective of her . I know she's in a better place now but know she will live on in my heart. Love Brenda
So Sorry to hear ! Helen : I always enjoyed our talks and friendship! My Childhood baby sitter ! I will miss you Forever My Condolences to your family With Love and Fond Memories Bill White
We are very sorry to hear about Helen's passing. Please take care. Sharon and Jody Riddle
So many of my happy childhood memories are with Aunt Helen! Swinging on the rope swing, playing with Tammy or walking to the store at the end of the road for candy. Aunt Helen knew how to make a day more fun. The memory I hold closest to my heart is something she told me when I was going through a really tough time. She stepped way outside of her comfort zone for me! She will be missed. Always in my memories Kathy (Tinkham) McCully
Our condolences to the family of Helen Gage from Vinny&Grace Martin&John Burke
So sorry to hear about this loss. My condolences, Harold Costopulos.
Sorry for your loss. -John Baldwin
A special lady who loved her family dearly. She will be missed greatly. My thoughts are with the entire family. Terry Fitzpatrick

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