FRAMINGHAM – Agnes “Aggie” Guerra, a life-long resident of Framingham, died May 4th at age 90. Ms. Guerra was the second of seven children born to Vittorio and Corina (Casoni) Guerra.
Ms. Guerra graduated from Framingham High School as a member of the Class of 1941 and embarked on a long and varied career that began at the Baker Nail Company. She later was employed as a bookkeeper – first at The Monticello Dinner Theater & Night Club, a glamorous venue that hosted the likes of Frank Sinatra and Liberace, and later at the Rocheford Construction Company. She closed out her career after more than a decade at the Framingham Housing Authority.
Widely traveled, Ms. Guerra enjoyed her trips to Europe in general, and to Italy in particular. She was an accomplished painter, an avid golfer, and an enthusiastic line dancer.
Above all, she cherished time spent with her extended family as well as her long-time friend John (Jackie) Regan.
Ms. Guerra is survived by her older sister Frances DeRuvo of Dennis, her younger sister Elena Rocheford of Ashland, and her brother Albert Guerra and his wife Valerie of Yarmouth Port. She also is survived by seven nieces, five nephews, and numerous grandnieces and grandnephews. Ms. Guerra was predeceased by three younger sisters: Mafalda (Muffie) Regan, Muriel Delage, and Thelma Heck.
A private service is planned. In lieu of flowers, Ms. Guerra requested “a donation to your favorite charity” in remembrance of her.