Eileen A. Nolan, 71, Barrington

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Eileen A. Nolan, 71, of Houghton Street, died unexpectedly on Saturday, Jan. 5, 2013. She was the wife of the late Richard E. Nolan.

Born in Central Falls, a daughter of the late Stephen and Jennie (Stachura) Nowak, she lived in Barrington for 47 years.

Mrs. Nolan was a bank teller for the Hospital Trust Bank, Barrington Branch for 15 years before retiring in 1996.

Eileen was a communicant of St. Luke Church and a member of the Young at Heart Club. She also was a volunteer at St. Luke School.   She was a member of the Atria Bay Spring Community. She enjoyed gardening, crafts and decorating.

She is survived by two sons, Timothy R. Nolan and his wife Carolyn of Barrington and Kevin S. Nolan of Barrington; a daughter, Jennifer B. N. Sullivan and her husband John of Barrington; a sister, Patricia Kumiega and her husband Joseph of Riverside, and loving grandmother to Caitlyn, Taylor and Reid Nolan, Jordan and Jillian Sullivan.

Her funeral will be held on Thursday, Jan. 10, from the W. Raymond Watson Home, 350 Willett Ave., Riverside at 8:45 a.m. with a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Luke Church, Washington Road, Barrington at 10 a.m. Burial will follow in Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Calling hours are Wednesday from 4 to 7 p.m. Flowers are respectfully omitted.

Contributions to St. Luke School, 10 Waldron Ave., Barrington, 02806 in Eileen’s memory would be deeply appreciated.  www.wrwatsonfuneralhome.com

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