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Pauline S. Wells WINDSOR, Vt. — Pauline "Polly" S. Wells, 88, passed away at Cedar Hill in Windsor on July 11, 2019. She was born on May 20, 1931, the daughter of Edward and Amanda St. Martin. Polly graduated from St. Mary’s High School in Claremont, New Hampshire, in 1949. She married Robert A. Wells in 1959 and they lived and worked in Claremont for a short time, then moved to Rutland, then in 1965 moved to Schenectady, New York, where they lived and worked for GMAC. Polly was a bookkeeper for 35 years. Shortly after retirement, Polly and Bob traveled via RV to the southwest for the winter months and in the summer months, traveled in the RV to Nova Scotia, Labrador, Alaska and Newfoundland. She loved gardening and decorating for each season. She was an avid reader and more recently enjoyed audiobooks. In 2011, Polly moved to Quail Hollow where she made many friends and due to declining health, she moved to Cedar Hill and there again met new friends and a wonderful and caring staff. She is survived by her sister Rachel Robb and husband Terry; two nieces, Melissa Small and Tracy St. Martin; a nephew Thomas Robb; two great-nephews, Brady Small and Hunter Robb; and a great-niece Elena Robb. A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Private burial will be held in the family lot in North Cemetery in Lunenburg, Massachusetts. Arrangements are with Stringer Funeral Homes and Crematorium, 146 Broad St., Claremont, NH 03743. To view an online memorial or send a private message of condolence, visit www.stringerfh.com.

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