Charlene Martynowski
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Halifax- Charlene Martynowski, 71, a resident of Hanson Road, died Saturday, February 4, at her home surrounded by her family.

Mrs. Martynowski was born in Brockton, MA, on October 21, 1945, the daughter of the late Charles and Mildred (Humphreys) Clinkscales. She attended schools in Brockton, graduating from Brockton High School. Most recently she worked as lister for the town of Halifax. She enjoyed quilting, woodworking, arts and crafts, painting, and sewing. She enjoyed traveling, especially to the ocean, listening to country and classic rock and roll music, and was an avid New England Patriots and Red Sox fan.

Mrs. Martynowski cherished times spent with her family, especially her grandchildren. She is survived by her husband, Robert Martynowski, whom she married in Wilmington on October 12, 1996; sons, Scott Vajgrt and his wife Cindy, of Mansfield, MA, and Brian Vajgrt and his fiancee Jennifer Connor, of Henniker, NH; grandchildren, Jesse, Kaitlyn, Samantha, Sydney, and Victoria; and her great grandchildren, Aiden and Ashton.

Funeral services for Mrs. Martynowski will be announced at a later date. If friends desire memorial gifts may be made to the American Cancer Society, c/o Covey-Allen & Shea Funeral Home, PO Box 215, Wilmington, VT 05363.

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