Dartmouth Funeral Home

230 Russells Mills Road, South Dartmouth, MA


Audrey S. Partridge

14 septembre , 191722 janvier , 2020

Audrey (Sparling) Partridge, 102, of New Bedford died Wednesday at home. She was the wife of the late Henry F. Partridge.

Born in Bamber Bridge, England, she was the daughter of the late Thomas and Mary Elizabeth (Becconsall) Sparling. Audrey moved to New Bedford when she was 4 years old, and was a long time resident of the New Bedford. She graduated from New Bedford High School and the former Kinyon Campbell Business School. She was employed as a Statistician for Borg Warner for 20 years.

An active member of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, she assisted with the Thrift Shop on a weekly basis and had been active with the Altar Guild for many years. Audrey loved her family especially her grandsons. She enjoyed travelling, music and knitting.

She is survived are her three sons, Stephen S. and Mark T. Partridge of New Bedford; Richard Partridge and his wife Janice of Swansea, her three grandsons Geoffrey, Ryan and Andrew Partridge.

Her Funeral Service will be held Monday January 27, 2020 at 10am in St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, County St., New Bedford. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Sunday 3-6Pm in the Waring –Sullivan Home at Dartmouth, 230 Russells Mills Rd., Dartmouth. Memorial Contributions may be sent to the St. Martin’s Living Memorial Fund, 136 Rivet St., New Bedford, MA 02744. Burial in Rural Cemetery. To leave a note of condolence: www.waring-sullivan.com.

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  • Visitation dimanche, 26 janvier , 2020
  • Funeral Service lundi, 27 janvier , 2020
  • Burial lundi, 27 janvier , 2020


Audrey S. Partridge


Marilyn Brown

26 janvier , 2020

I remember Audrey from when my husband, the late Reverend Richard B. Brown, was priest-in-charge at St. Martin's many years ago. She was very actively involved, caring deeply for Saint Martins & her fellow parishioners. I remember Audrey as a kind person who greeted people with a warm smile & a cheerful hello. I'm sure she'll be missed not only by her children & grandchildren, but also everyone whose life she touched throughout the years.

My prayers and condolences are with her family and her friends at Saint Martins.

Marilyn J. Brown

Dyan Bancroft Martin

24 janvier , 2020

In 1974 when I got married, cousin Audrey gave us a wedding gift. She came to me and asked if I minded getting something that was hers. I assured her that I didn't. She gave us an antique cake plate. I cherish the gift and now too the memory.

Ed Silva

24 janvier , 2020

Dear Steve Mark,and Richard
Please accept our deepest sympathy at this time. Such fond memories that we have of your mom. GOD blessed you all to have had your mom for so many years.Losing a mother is one of life's hardest things to deal with. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.Sincerely Ed and Cindy Silva,Venice, Fl.

Katherine Anderson

24 janvier , 2020

We are so sorry for your loss, you are in our thoughts.
Kathy, Mike, Wilber and Henning

Janice Latham

24 janvier , 2020

We will miss you.