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Elizabeth Stanton Wasley

February 21, 1925 — October 24, 2022

Elizabeth Stanton Wasley, 97, of Westwood, MA, peacefully passed away on October 24th, from natural causes, surrounded by loved ones.

Elizabeth was born on February 21st, 1925 to Ruth and Harold Kurzman of Brooklyn, NY. After Elizabeth graduated from high school, she worked for Eastern Gas & Fuel. During that time, in the Second World War, she also served as a hostess at the Stage Door Canteen and the Officers Club. It was there, in 1944, she met Naval Ensign Robert Lafe Wasley.

After the war they married and had two sons, Richard Stanton Wasley and Keith Randolph Wasley.

Elizabeth and Bob lived in Westwood, MA for 40 years and had homes in Sharon and Medfield, MA. They settled back in Westwood at Fox Hill Village in 2017.

Elizabeth visited Cape Cod with her family as a young girl. They returned every summer. She and Bob built a home in Chatham and summered there for 30 years. She loved to swim at Hardings Beach, meeting new friends there every summer.

Elizabeth enjoyed traveling throughout Europe and history and belonged to the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Society of Mayflower descendants.

Elizabeth was predeceased by her husband Bob, whom she was married to for 76 years, her parents, and sisters, Florence Hunter and Marilyn Morin.

Elizabeth is survived by her two sons, Richard and Keith, their spouses, Barbara and Louise, as well as six grandchildren, who lovingly called her "Kiki" and two great-grandchildren. She also leaves several nieces and nephews.

Remembrance service will be held privately
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