April 24, 1932 – March 10, 2019
Leatrice S. Zallen passed away peacefully on March 10, 2019. She is predeceased by her husband of 62 years, Rubin M. Zallen. She is survived by her children: Steven Zallen, Karen Zallen and husband Steven Whitman, and Deborah Zallen and husband Garry Canga. She has three loving grandchildren, Jennifer Whitman, Sydney Whitman and Alexzander Canga. Lea was an active member and past president of the Real Estate Board in Greater Framingham. She was also a sisterhood member and Past president of Hadassah. She loved to bowl, swim, and knit. Her family fondly remembers her as a great cook and loving grandmother. Services on Wednesday, March 13th at 12 noon at Stanetsky Memorial Chapel, 475 Washington Street, CANTON, MA 02021. Interment will follow at Sharon Memorial Park, 40 Dedham St., Sharon, MA.
In Lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Lea’s name to the Framingham Chabad or the Framingham Heart Study at Boston University or via mail: Congregation Bais Chabad 74 Joseph Road Framingham, MA 01701 (508)877-5313 or The Director Framingham Heart Study, c/o National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute Building 31 Room 5A48 31 Center Drive, MSC 2486 Bethesda MD 20892 (301) 496-5166
- Funeral Service Wednesday, March 13, 2019
March 12, 2019
I to am a first cousin to Leatrice. We lived on Willowood Street in Dorchester. We would always see Sondra and Leatrice going together. I remember the first time we went to visit them on Lyman street. We have several memories from the past years.
Rest in peace, cousin. Marilyn (Adelson) Stephen Hoffman
March 12, 2019
I am deeply sadden by the loss of my cousin Leatrice.
Leatrice and Sondra were my first and closest cousins. There were too many wonderful memories to list. We lived in Dorchester close to eachother . Life was so wonderful then when family lived near. I loved Leatrice then, I love her now and I always will.
Please accept our deepest heartfelt sympathies.
Sandra and Charlie Rosen
March 11, 2019
Leatrice was my first cousin. We all lived in Dorchester, within walking distance of each other. My Mother always told me that Leatrice and her sister Sondra were like daughters to her. My Father, was also very close with them and loved them as much as my Mother did. I miss those days back in Dorchester.
My Mother passed in 2010 and I remember that when everyone left the burial site, Leatrice stood over my Mother's grave and with tears in her eyes stated "I love you Aunty Estelle". I will never forget that as long as I live
All My Love,