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Eldores Massoni

September 14, 1928 - December 10, 2017

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ElDores “Ede” Massoni, age 89, passed away peacefully Sunday, Dec. 10, 2017. Ede will be greatly missed by her family and many friends and neighbors. A resident of Corte Madera for 52 years, Ede was a bright spot in the community she loved. She was a regular at Rec Center bingo in recent years, and fondly remembered her years as a judge for the annual 4th of July parade and serving as an election poll worker. Her family dubbed her the “Queen of Christmas,” and for years she created award-winning light displays in Mariner’s Cove. She also shared her creative side in her many watercolor paintings. Born in Winfred, So. Dakota before moving to Eugene, OR., Ede discovered a love of travel early. Her adventurous spirit first took her to Hawaii in the early 1950’s aboard the SS Lurline. She lived in Honolulu for several years before making San Francisco her home and then moved to Mariner’s Cove in 1965. She continued to enjoy travel and spent more than 20 years as a travel agent, first with Dr. Don Rose and his wife Kae in San Francisco, and then with Tamalpias Travel in Corte Madera. Ede was the life of the party, she loved her family, the beach, every parade, game night, great food and a good time. She was preceded in death by her husband Earl Massoni, Jr., and she is survived by her daughter Marcia Larson and son-in-law Rick of Sebastopol, CA, daughter Karen Crook and son-in-law Tim of LaPine, OR., grandson Sam Larson of Davis, CA, her sister Kay Faure of Clackamus, OR, nieces Sharyn Miller and D’nise Minor also of Oregon, and her best friend Pat Mindham of Corte Madera. Per her request, final services will be private, and she will forever rest in peace off the shores of Waikiki. If desired, friends might contribute in memoriam to the charitable organization of their choice.