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Stella J. (Arata) Frabotta, 95,

      Stella J. (Arata) Frabotta, 95, of Milford passed away on June 13,2018 at the Cornerstone at Milford. She was born in Milford daughter of the late Pietro and Rossina (Messina) Arata and lived in Uxbridge and Wellesley before moving back to Milford. She was a graduate of the St. Mary’s high School class of 1941. She was a graduate of the St. Vincent’s school of nursing in Worcester. She was a World War II Army veteran attaining the rank of 1st lieutenant.    Mrs. Frabotta retired in 1993 from psychiatric nursing at McLean Hospital in Belmont Ma. She was an active volunteer with Red Cross relief efforts in the 1990's including the Midwest flood of 1993 and the Los Angeles Quake of 1994. She was a volunteer at the Newton Wellesley Hospital for more than 10 years.

     She is survived by her children, Nicholas Frabotta and his wife Ann Ford of Washington D.C., M. Judith Frabotta and her husband Ihor Wolosenko of Victoria British Columbia Canada, three grandchildren, David McGuire, Nell Frabotta, Katherine Frabotta and one great-grandchild, Clare McGuire. The burial will be private and at the convenience of the family.

    Arrangements are under the direction of the Consigli-Ruggerio Funeral Home 46 Water St. Milford Ma.

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To Stella's family and friends, please accept my heartfelt condolences on your loss. It's so hard to lose someone we love, but the seeming finality of death is what makes it especially difficult. Job 14:14,15 gives us confidence that Jehovah God yearns to bring back to life the dead who are preserved in his memory. The Bible gives us a wonderful hope of living in a paradise on earth and seeing the resurrection of our dead loved ones. (Luke 23:43; John 5:28,29) May this bring you some comfort and strength, remembering that soon God will wipe away our tears and swallow up death forever. (Isaiah 25:8)

I am so sorry for your loss. The Bible describes death as an enemy. How true that is, for death robs us of the ones we love. Despite the pain brought about by the the loss of a loved one there is hope. “And I have hope toward God, which hope these men also look forward to, that there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous.” (Acts 24:15) Jehovah God promises to bring those who have died back to life. They will have the prospect of living forever in paradise on earth. We can have confidence in this promise because God “cannot lie.” (Titus 1:2) May this hope bring your hearts some comfort at the difficult time.

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