April 7, 1915 - November 25, 2013

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THOMASY, ELIZABETH V., 98, formerly of Orange, died November 25 at the Woodridge Nursing home in Berlin. Born on April 7, 1915 in Roslindale, Mass., she was the fourth child of Thomas E. and Elizabeth M. (Pearson) Folger. She attended Longfellow Elementary School, Girls’ Latin School both in Boston, and went on to graduate with a certificate in Physical Therapy from Boston Bouve College in 1935. On September 7, 1941, she married Clarence E. “Tommy” Thomasy. Following their marriage, they made their home in Marshfield, Mass. where they enjoyed many activities and special times. He died on April 15, 1962. After his death, Libby worked as a physical therapist at Robert Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston. She was active in her community and in the Rexhame Chapter #103 Order of the Eastern Star. In 1982, she purchased a home in Orange, Vt. and moved there to be near her family. Libby continued to be active in her community and was a volunteer with the Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice and RSVP. She also had a winter home in Fort Myers Beach, Fla. and was active in her community there. In 1999, she married Vernon Latta. He died on January 2, 2011. Libby was always available for her friends and family. She enjoyed her church family and looked forward to Sunday mornings at the Covenant Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Berlin, and at the Beach Baptist Church and Southwest Baptist Church, both in Fort Myers, Fla. She was always happy to participate in church activities or volunteer. Always active, she enjoyed socializing with friends, driving them when needed, going to lunch and shopping. She especially loved her pets and flower gardening. Many including her niece, Marjory Martenson and husband, Lee of Orange, will miss her. Libby is survived by her nieces, Marjory Martenson and husband, Lee, Luella Burbank and husband, Teddy, Alice Milardo, Lydia Folger, and Grace “Gay” Folger; her nephews, Peter Folger and Franklin Folger; and grandnieces and grandnephews. Besides her parents and husbands; her brothers, Thomas, Richard, and Franklin; sister, Alice; and nephew, Thomas Folger predeceased her.

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