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Norma I. (Wambolt) Mastera

Born: Fri., Aug. 13, 1937
Died: Sat., Dec. 19, 2020


Funeral Service

Location: Omitted


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Norma, I. (Wambolt) Mastera, age 83 years of Lakeville died Saturday, December 19, 2020 comfortably while sleeping. 

Born Friday August 13, 1937 in Lakeville she was the daughter of the late Newell and Avis Wambolt. 

Norma was a life-long resident of Lakeville, although shortly lived in Carver, MA from 1993 to 2011. She worked in Middleboro at Earth Shoe, Lakeville Drill and Taping, The Core of Engineers, cleaning houses, and was a member of the MA Beach Buggy Association. She also gave back to the community by fostering children, volunteering with Meals on Wheels, and maintaining campgrounds and beaches. She enjoyed spending -time with her family, camping, attending horse shows, participating in snowmobile races, crafting, and going to the Fryeburg Fair.  

She is survived by her children Mark F. Mastera of Taunton, Stacy (Mastera) Massey and her husband Tim Sands of Lakeville; grandchildren Matthew T. DiCarlo, Chelsea (Pilling) Melo and husband Stephen Melo, and great-grandchildren Emily DiCarlo and Matthew DiCarlo Jr.; sisters Martha (Lee) Wambolt, and Nadine (Wambolt) Burgeson. She was also the sister of the late Newell Wambolt Jr.; mother of the late Matthew F. Mastera and wife of the late Melvin "Deet" Mastera.

Services to be announced at a later date.

Norma asked that her ashes be conjoined with her husbands and buried alongside her son in Thompson Hill Cemetery in Lakeville.

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Stuart and Sue
   Posted Tue December 22, 2020
Lee, Nadine, Mark, Stacey and family,

Our sincerest sympathy to you all. It’s never easy to say goodbye to someone you love. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Stuart and Sue


Pam & Al Bangs
   Posted Tue December 22, 2020
Although we haven't seen Norma in many years we remember all the great times we had at Sandy Neck. She was a wonderful person and a lot of fun. I hope your memories bring you smiles and laughter. That's how we'll remember her. Love to the family.
Pam & Al Bangs

Wendy Goodwin Tetreault
   Posted Wed December 23, 2020
Stacey I am so very sorry for your loss , my dad just passed December 15th , there are no words ,just know we care.

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