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Dorothy N. “ Dot” (Natoli) Chamberlain, 81,

   Dorothy N. “ Dot” (Natoli) Chamberlain, 81, of Milford, died Thursday, March 21, 2013 in Genesis Healthcare Milford Center. She was the beloved wife of Arthur V. Chamberlain of 63 years. She was born in Waltham, daughter of the late John and Sophie (Cwalinski) Natoli and lived in Natick most of her life before moving to Milford in 1986. She attended Waltham Schools.   
        Dot retired in 1989 from the former Art’s Exxon in Waltham where she was a bookkeeper for many years.         
     In addition to her husband she is survived by two sons Donald A. and his wife Bernie Chamberlain of Waltham, Arthur V. and his wife Patti Chamberlain Jr. of Natick, two daughters Cindy A. and her husband Steve Hubley of Auburn, Susan L. Chamberlain of Framingham (her mother’s Shinning Star), two sisters Shirley O’Flaherty of Newburyport MA, Elaine Peschier of Natick, six grandchildren and thirteen great-grandchildren.   
      Calling hours will be held Sunday from 12 to 2 P.M. in the Consigli-Ruggerio Funeral Home Inc. 46 Water St. Milford MA 01757 
      In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in her memory to the American Cancer Society 30 Speen St. Framingham MA 01701.

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I am so sorry to hear this news. Dot was such a wonderful person, and a wonderful friend to my mother and father. I always looked forward to her letters. She will be greatly missed.
Jim Maroney


I'm so very saddened by this news. I loved Dottie, she had such a great sense of humour, sense of adventure and an infectious laugh. She was a wonderful person and a fantastic friend to my parents. I have so many fond memories of her. She will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Deb and Catie Maroney


Dot, you were a hot ticket...Always full of vim and vinegar...We will miss you, BUT you are with the Cwalinski's/Natoli's up above and enjoying a healthy life....Peace be with you and miss you much...Cousin, Mary (Cwalinski) Culverwell....
Mary Cwalinski Culverwell


My Dad, Brothers, Sister, Sister inlaws, husband, children, grandchildren, nieces/nephews - Mom (Nana) is finally at peace - know that her spirit will forever be with us. We ALL will miss her but will carry her in our hearts forever.
Cindy


I could never ask for a better mother-in-law. I hope some day to be as great of a mother-in-law as Dot.
Patti


Donny,Art,Susan & Cindy, So sorry about your mom. She was a strong,caring person always full of life. She will always be with us.
Cousin, Stephanie


My Nana was nothing short than a miracle women. She made the best of everything, loved her family and friends more than we could love ourselves. She was the coolest person a grand-daughter could have as a grandmother. I will miss her until my last day, but her voice and liveliness with stay with me always. <3 I love you. You are my heart.
Robin C,


Auntie Dottie gave me my first transformer and some Thomas trains. I will miss visiting her and being chased by the ducks. Love, hugs & kisses. Love, Orlando. Aunt Dot was always so much fun to be around when I was a little girl. I always thought she was nothing short of a movie star. Love, Chrissy.
Christine & of course, Orlando Zapata


My Nana wa the strongest,kindest,funniest,most patient,caring,loving,most beautiful women I will ever know. She was ALWAYS my rock and my Beacon. She enriched my life to which I am grateful. When the time comes comes I will strive to be what she was to me...An Amazing Grandmother!!! Forever My Love.
Stacey


I remember visiting Nana and Papa with my mom everytime I had a half day of school. Also everytime Nana made sure I had my nice rost beef sandwich and chips on the side just the way I like it, she just knows me. Nana was my favorite peson in the world. When she brought me in her extra bed room and pulled out a bag with cards and she said I could have thepick of my choice. She was so nice and careing. I Will miss haveing all those good times with Nana
Jamie


Our most sincere condolences to the Chamberlain family. Aunt Dot will be sadly missed, such a special lady. She taught me to do the polka, spun me around the dance floor so hard I didn't know which end was up! Good times, good memories. So sorry to have not been at the service, my husband and I are away. Much love, Barry and Julie(Chamberlain) Caouette
Julie Chamberlain Caouette


Please accept our deepest sympathies upon just discovering that Dot passed away earlier this year. Dot & Art we're friends of my parents (James & Diane Vail) from way back when my family lived in Waltham during the 1970's (and early 80's). My Mom was most likely near the front of the gates of heaven when Dot came up there in March to give her a warm hug and tell her that her husband, children and grandchildren will be strong again. Warmest Regards,
Suzy (Vail) Kussman


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