Margery M. WymanOctober 02,2013
Margery M. WymanMargery M. Wyman
MIDDLEBURY ó Margery Masterson Wyman, age 92, died peacefully on Sunday, September 29, 2013, within the circle of her five daughters.
Born Margery Louise Bent, June 3, 1921, in Lincoln, Vermont, to Morton Bent and Louise Kelton Bent, she passed many happy years in South Lincoln at the home of her grandparents, Adelaide and Lewis Kelton.
Margery married Edward (Ned) Masterson on February 4, 1940. The Mastersons lived in East Middlebury, Bristol, and Brandon over the 52 years they were married, and had five daughters.
Margery ran a home daycare business in Brandon, and later worked at Vermont Associates in Middlebury.
Margery was predeceased by Ned, and 12 years later by her second husband, Eldon (Speedy) Wyman, as well as by two brothers. She is survived by two brothers, Daniel Bent of New Sharon, Maine, and Lewis (Mary) Bent of Corinth, New York; and her five daughters: Margo Masterson of Brandon; Margaret (Robert) Fish of Pittsford; Marcia (Thomas) Perry of Starksboro; Jennie Masterson of Brandon (Len Schmidt); and Josie Masterson-Glen (William Glen) of New Haven; 12 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Calling hours will be held at Sanderson-Ducharme Funeral Home in Middlebury on Friday, October 4, 2013, from 4 to 7 p.m. A funeral will be held at the Middlebury United Methodist Church in Middlebury on Saturday, October 5, at 2 p.m. Full obituary at www.sandersonfuneralservice.com.
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