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Burlington Free Press Obituaries 04/2001

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BFP<br /> April 2001 Obits

Obituaries

April
2001

April 2
SUSAN
WYAND STANCILL
INCLINE VILLAGE, NEV — Susan Stancill, 49, died
peacefully at her home Monday, April 2, 2001. Sue was born May 20, 1951,
in Syracuse N.Y. , the daughter of Clifford and Gerri Wyand of
Plattsburgh, N.Y. and Marco Island Fla. She resided with her parents and
13 brothers and sisters in the South Burlington area since 1964. Sue
graduated from Rice Memorial High School in 1969, and Champlain College
in 1971, and remained in the area until the mid-seventies when she
became part owner of the C.A. Lockrow Company in Plattsburgh, N.Y. Upon
the sale of that business in 1979, Sue moved to Incline Village, Nev.
where she resided for the last 22 years. Sue was loved by many and known
not only for her ""sparkling blue eyes and winning
smile"", but for her involvement in the community of Incline
Village. She was a real estate broker at Incline Properties for the past
nine years. She had served as treasurer for the Incline Board of
Realtors, and was a member of the Incline schools PTA. She was an avid
hiker, skier, and golfer. She loved the outdoors and loved being with
her family and friends. In addition to her parents, Sue leaves her
husband, Burke of Incline Village, Nev, daughter Tracy Heinrich of
Truckee CA, son Jamie Heinrich of Reno, Nev., stepson Burke Stancill Jr.
and his wife, Kacey of Colorado, stepdaughter Ginny Bogan and her
husband Dave of Reno Nev., thirteen brothers and sisters and their
spouses, Dave and Mary Kay Wyand of Lake Sunapee N.H., Doug and Gail
Wyand of South Burlington, Dan and Mary Kaye Wyand of St. Johnsbury, Tom
and Diane Wyand of Plattsburgh, N.Y., Chuck and Mary Ann Wyand of New
Fairfield, Conn., Chip Wyand of Plattsburgh, N.Y., Jim and Melanie Wyand
of Plattsburgh, N.Y., Mary Waynd and Paul Vellutini of San Francisco,
CA, Bob and Leslie Wyand of Plattsburgh, N.Y., Kathy and Derek Pratt of
Grand Isle, Terri and Hans LeFebvre of Tampa Fla, Mark and Kelly Wyand
of Plattsburgh, N.Y. and Frank and Lisa Fellicelli of Plattsburgh, N.Y.
She also leaves 29 nieces and nephews. A memorial service in Sue’s honor
was held on Saturday, April 7 at St. Patricks Church in Incline Village,
Nev. Memorial contributions may be made in Sue’s memory to VISTA CARE
(Hospice), 6225 Neil Road, Suite 201, Reno, NV 89511

April 9


LEONARD FONTAINE
WHITING — Leonard Fontaine, 57, died unexpectedly
April 9, 2001, in Whiting. Leonard was born in Newport on Dec. 10, 1943, the
son of Gerard and Rose (Lanoue) Fontaine. He graduated from Sacred Heart
High School in 1963. Leonard served in the U.S. Navy. Following his
discharge, he returned to Newport and lived there until moving his family to
Whiting in 1994. Leonard worked for C.S. Emery in Derby Line, then for
Cooperative Fire Insurance. Later, he was self-employed, selling fence posts
and apples. He spent much time tending his apple orchard in Whiting. He also
enjoyed attending farmers’ markets in many areas of Vermont. He was known
throughout the state for selling his produce. Survivors include his
children, Nicole Hertz, Frank and his wife, Julia, Carmen and her husband,
Ben, and Steve and his companion, Rebecca Schoolcraft; his mother, Rose
Fontaine of Derby Line; his sisters, Annette Pion and her husband, Roger, of
Holland, Vt., Yvette Neal and her husband, Wallace, of Florida, and Gerry
Ault and her husband, Carl, of Texas; grandchildren; and several nieces and
nephews. He was predeceased by his father, Gerard Fontaine. A memorial
service will be held in Derby Line on May 14 in St. Edward Church at 11 a.m.
Burial will be private in the Veterans’ Cemetery in Randolph Center. In lieu
of flowers, donations may be made to the American Diabetes Association.

April 13
ROBERT V. ALDRICH WINDSOR, CONN. — Robert
V. Aldrich, 73, beloved husband of the late Ann (Scanlon) Aldrich and
the late Lorraine (Wagner) Aldrich died Friday April 13, 2001, in New
Smyrna Beach, Fla. Born in Hartford, Conn., the son of the late Rupert
and Catherine(Carney) Aldrich, he lived in Enfield before moving to
Windsor 11 years ago. Robert served with the U.S. Army and was employed
for over 30 years with the Army National Guard before retiring in 1983.
He was a member of the V.F.W. of Windsor Locks Post 6123, AMVETS Post 18
of Windsor Locks, the American Legion Post 14 of Vergennes, the Enfield
Elks Club, and the Italian American Club of Windsor Locks. Robert is
survived by two daughters, Judy Aldrich of Enfield, Ct., Cathy Hall of
Mass, two step-daughters and their husbands, Sally and Dennis Bristol of
Windsor, Susanne and Robert Akerlind of Windsor Locks; four step-sons
and their wives, Dale and Sharon Wagner of Az., Paul Wagner of Rocky
Hill, Ct., Richard and Joy Wagner of Windsor, Robert and Christine
Wagner III of Vt.; a sister Patricia Bennett of New Britian, Ct., a
sister-in-law, Nancy Aldrich of Wethersfield; two grandchildren, Ann and
Leonard Hall. He was predeceased by a brother, Charles Aldrich; three
sisters, Helen Aldrich, Frances Sutton and Genevieve White. Family and
friends may gather Friday April 20 at 8:15 a.m. at the Carmon Poquonock
Funeral Home, 1816 Poquonock Aveunue, in the Poquonock section of
Windsor, Ct, followed by a memorial mass at 9:00 a.m., at St. Joseph
Church, Poquonock. Burial with military honors will be in St. Patrick
Cemetery, Enfield. The family will receive friends on Thursday, April 19
from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Carmon Poquonock Funeral Home. In lieu of
flowers, memorial donations may be made to the VNA Health Care, 103
Woodland St. Hartford, Ct. 06105 or to Alzheimer’s Association, Northern
Ct. Chapter, 443 Franklin Ave, Hartford, Ct. 06114
DORIS C. RUSS MORRISVILLE — Doris C.
Russ, 94, died April 13, 2001, in Copley Hospital in Morrisville. She
was born in North Wolcott on May 3, 1906, the daughter of Alvin and Ines
(Clifford) Russ. She lived most of her adult life with her sister, Mary
and her husband, Bert Stancliffe, on the Randolph Road farm and then on
Laporte Road. Doris devoted much of her life to her profession as a
schoolteacher in Morristown, a career that spanned 45 years. Her
teaching began in one-room schools, on Cole Hill and Morristown Corners.
She was one of the last educators to occupy the ""one-room
schools” and upon their closing moved to a third grade position at the
elementary school until retirement. She always kept herself active in
community events and could always be counted on to provide
transportation or lend a helping hand to others. In her later years,
Doris became active in the Senior Citizens Center, singing with the
""Forget-Me-Nots,” and working on quilts and other projects
at the Center. Doris is survived by two nieces, Betty Rainey of Lecanto,
Fla., and Eleanor Argandona of Framingham, Mass.; grandnieces Barbara
Ferrara, Karen and Nancy Loester, Pam Argandona, and Debbie Puumala;
great-grandnieces Erika and Katie; and great-grandnephews Aleks and
Miguel. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 17, in
the Puffer United Methodist Church in Morrisville. In lieu of flowers,
contributions in Doris’ memory would be appreciated to Lamoille Home
Health and Hospice, 54 Farr Ave., Morrisville, Vt. 05661. Arrangements
are by the White-Fiess Funeral Home, Morrisville.
DORIS MARY SADLIER RIVERVIEW Fla. — Doris
Mary Sadlier, 86, of Spottswood Dr., Riverview Fla., died on Friday,
April 13, 2001, in the Palm Gardens Nursing Home in Largo, Fla., after a
short illness. She was born in Winooski on December 14, 1914, the
daughter of the late George Parsons and Esther (Gadue) Parsons Cota. She
was married in Oakland County, Mich., on May 29, 1946 to Kenneth H.
Sadlier, who predeceased her. Doris was formerly employed as a winder at
the American Woolen Mills in Winooski. She was a member of the Veterans
of Foreign Wars in Riverview. Doris is survived by one son, Charles
Sadlier of La.; two grandsons, Charles Sadlier, II of Riverview, and
Christopher Sadlier of La.; one granddaughter, Kendi Sadlier of
Riverview; two great-granddaughters of Riverview; one daughter-in-law,
Catherine Sadlier of La.; one nephew, Robert Letourneau of Parkin, Ark.;
two nieces, Rita Craine of Largo Fla., and Frances Bradley of Winooski.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Friday, April 20, 2001
at 10 a.m. in St. Stephens Catholic Church in Winooski. Interment will
be at a later date. There will be no visiting hours. Arrangements are by
the LaVigne Funeral Home, 132 Main St. Winooski.
VICTORIA (HOUSEN) VAUGHAN BURLINGTON —
Victoria (Housen) Vaughan, 100, died in Starr Farm Nursing Home on
Friday, April 13, 2001. She was a former resident of 3 Cathedral Square.
She was born Jan. 22, 1901, in Windsor, Ontario, the daughter of
Frederick and Roseanna Housen. Mrs. Vaughan had been a receptionist and
secretary for Dr. Irwin for many years prior to her retirement. She is
survived by her daughter, Nancy Lavigne and her husband, Ray, of
Burlington; three grandchildren, Rayburn V. Lavigne and his wife,
Violet, of Williston, Gary La- vigne of Underhill, and Vicki Lavigne and
her husband, Brian Cunningham, of Burlington; and eight
great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, George Vaughan,
in 1962; two brothers; and two sisters. A private graveside service will
be held in the memorial garden of St. Paul Cathedral at the convenience
of the family. Corbin and Palmer Funeral Home, 71 S. Union St.,
Burlington, is in charge of arrangements
April 14
KARL
POTTER BROWN JR
. BURLINGTON — Karl Potter Brown Jr., 75, died at
his home Saturday, April 14, 2001, following several years of failing
health. He was born Sept. 15, 1925, in Montgomery, the son of the late
Karl and Doris H. (Potter) Brown. He was a graduate of Burlington High
School, Class of 1943. June 19, 1949, he married Ruth Gonyeau in Essex
Junction. The couple celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in 1999.
Karl served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War from 1954 to 1956.
Karl retired from IBM in 1988, where he was a senior analyst. He was a
longtime member of the First United Methodist Church of Burlington and a
member of Burlington B.P.O.E. 916. He enjoyed playing golf and bowling.
He is survived by his loving and devoted family: his wife, Ruth of
Burlington; their daughter, Karen Brown of Colchester; his two sisters,
Barbara Meunier and her husband, Clarence, of Burlington and Martha
Boynton of Florida; several nieces, nephews, grandnieces and
grandnephews; and his brother-in-law, Donald Gonyeau and his wife,
Beverly. He was predeceased by two sisters, Genevieve and Judith; and a
brother, Gordon. The family wishes to extend a special thank you to the
very caring people at the VNA Adult Day Care Program, staff of VNA Home
Care and Dr. Thomas Roland. A memorial service will be held in the
chapel of Corbin and Palmer Funeral Home, 71 S. Union St., Burlington,
on Wednesday, April 18, at 10:30 a.m. with burial to follow in Lakeview
Cemetery. Visiting hours are Tuesday from 6 to 9 p.m. at Corbin and
Palmer. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to VNA Home Care,
1110 Prim Road, Suite 1, Colchester, Vt. 05446; or Alzheimer’s
Association, Green Mountain Chapter, P.O. Box 1139, Montpelier, Vt.
05601.

ROBERT JAMES BROWN COLCHESTER — Robert
James Brown, 59, head chef and then manager of the local Shelburne Inn
for approximately 20 years died at his home in Colchester on April 14,
2001. He had suffered from complications of diabetes and had been
hospitalized for many months at Fletcher Allen Health Care. Bob was born
in Hershey, Pa. on November 20, 1941. He graduated from Milton-Hershey
School for Boys and from the University of Pennsylvania. Bob taught
English for a period of time in that area. He moved to Vermont in the
early 1970s to begin another career as a master chef in several Vermont
restaurants, Town and Country in Stowe, The Tavern in Montpelier, and
Prime Factor in Winooski. He was awarded a Certificate of Merit from
LaConfreria des Amis des Franapes des France. In the late 1970s Bob was
manager of the Harbor Hideaway on Route 7 in Shelburne. He graduated
from the American Culinary Federation in May, 1983. In July, 1985 he was
named Certified Hotel Administrator by the American Hotel and Motel
Association. Bob was a man of many talents, his wit, keen insights, and
devotion to friends will be missed by many in the community, indeed,
throughout the world. Though he leaves no known family, his friends are
numerous. A graveside service will be held at 11:30 a.m. today at Hebrew
Holy Society Cemetery, Patchen Rd., So. Burlington with Rabbi Joshua
Chasan officiating, assisted by Cantor Jerrold Held. Arrangements are by
Boucher and Pritchard Funeral Directors
LILLA (BERGERON) HAMMOND COLCHESTER —
Lilla (Bergeron) Hammond, 77, of Colchester went to be with her Savior,
Jesus Christ, Saturday, April 14, 2001, in Fletcher Allen Health Care in
Burlington following a short illness. She was born in Burlington on Oct.
16, 1923, the daughter of the late Eleazer and Mary Louise (Massey)
Bergeron. Lilla was a loving mother who devoted her life to her family.
During the war, Lilla went to Albuquerque, N.M., to marry Frank Hammond
before he departed for overseas. Upon returning home, they spent their
life raising their family in Burlington and later Colchester. She was a
parishioner of Holy Cross Catholic Church in Colchester, a member of the
Women’s Aglow, the Catholic Family Fellowship and the Lakeside Steppers.
She is survived by her four daughters, Mary Roche and her husband, Jim,
of Essex, Lori Danaher and her husband, Matthew, of Shrewsbury, Kathy
Hammond of Colchester, and JoAnn Hammond of South Burlington; six sons,
James Hammond and his wife, Gabrielle of Colchester, Stephen Hammond and
his wife, Andrea, of Colchester, William Hammond and his wife, Donna, of
Colchester, Gerald Hammond and his wife, Christine, of Colchester,
Dennis Hammond and his wife, Claire, of Burlington, and Larry Hammond
and his wife, Lise, of Burlington; 20 grandchildren; six
great-grandchildren; two brothers, Urban L. Bergeron and his wife,
Pauline, of South Burlington and Armand Bergeron of Burlington; and many
nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by her husband, Frank
Hammond; and two brothers, Dolor Bergeron and Louis Bergeron. A Mass of
Christian Burial will be celebrated Wednesday, April 18, at 10 a.m. in
Holy Cross Catholic Church in Colchester. Interment will be in New Mount
Calvary Cemetery in Burlington. In lieu of flowers, memorial
contributions may be made to Colchester Rescue, P.O. Box 209,
Colchester, Vt. 05446; or Visiting Nurse Association, 1110 Prim Road,
Colchester, Vt. 05446. Visiting hours will be Tuesday, April 17, from 4
to 8 p.m. in the LaVigne Funeral Home, 132 Main St., Winooski
JOHN
E. LAVERY
COLCHESTER — John E. Lavery, 47, of Colchester died
Saturday, April 14, 2001. He was born in Burlington on June 9, 1953, the
son of Robert E. and Isabel (Rock) Lavery. John graduated from Milton
High School and served in the U.S. Army in Korea during the Vietnam
Conflict. He was a valued employee with JFS Electric as an electrician.
John was a member of Christ the King Church, the NRA and a former member
of the VFW. The love and pride of his life were his two wonderful
children, John C. and Brittany Lavery, both of Milton. His devotion to
his children and family was his most defining characteristic. His many
gifts included his artistic work, one of which was producing claymation
movies, making everyone smile and happy wherever he went, but most of
all his homemade pie baking. He was most happy being with his children
and teaching them his artistic work. John was also an avid trekkie.
Besides his children, he is survived by their mother, Tanya Lavery of
Milton. He is also survived by his father, Robert E. Lavery; two
brothers, Tim and Jay Lavery, of Burlington; four sisters, Maureen
Lavery and Donna Lambert, both of Burlington, Joan Poutre of Newport,
and Suzanne Lavery and her husband, John Belcher, of Colorado Springs,
Colo. He leaves his special nieces and nephews, Kim, Robin, Jeff, Laura,
Steven, Michael, and Erin; and many beloved aunts, uncles and cousins.
His stepson, Ryan Carpentier; and stepgrandchildren Taylor and Bailey
also survive him. He leaves his special friends, Joel Snyder Jr., Dave
Maynard and Dave Abair. He was predeceased by a brother, Tom, in 1968;
his mother in 1983; brothers-in-law Mike Poutre, in 1997, and Larry
""Sparky” Lambert, in 1999. A memorial service and
celebration of his life will be held Tuesday, April 17, in Christ the
King Church at 10:30 a.m. Burial will be at the convenience of the
family. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the educational
fund for the Lavery Children, c/o Jay Lavery, 61 Monroe St., Burlington.
Visiting hours will be held from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the
Ready Funeral Home South Chapel, 261 Shelburne Road, Burlington.

ARTHUR T. PRIME BRISTOL — Arthur T.
Prime, 68, died at his home in Bristol on Saturday, April 14, 2001. He
was born Jan. 31, 1933, in Bristol, the son of Arthur C. and Alice E.
(Shepard) Prime. He was a member of the Bristol Federated Church. T.
served in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Korean War. He served as an
area policeman for many years. He taught hunter safety for many years.
T. married Barbara Estus on Jan. 31, 1964. He was a member of Bristol
Masonic Libanus Lodge 47, F&AM, and Order of the Eastern Star
Libanus Chapter 47. He was also a member of the Bristol American Legion
Post 19. T. is survived by his wife, Barbara Prime, and two sons,
Matthew and Daniel Prime, all of Bristol; two brothers, Dean Prime of
New Haven and Weldon Prime of Vergennes; three sisters, Jeanie Prime of
Connecticut, Anna Palmer of Hinesburg, and Charlene Peryea of Bristol;
and several nieces and nephews. Services will be held Thursday, April
19, at 10 a.m. in the Bristol Masonic Lodge, North Street, Bristol.
Interment will be in Greenwood Cemetery in Bristol. Friends may call at
the Brown-McClay Funeral Home in Bristol on Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m.
Masonic services will be held at 8 p.m. Contributions may be made to
Addison County Home Health and Hospice, Box 754, Middlebury, Vt. 05753.
FRANCES
RUTH SPINELLI
BERLIN — Frances Ruth Spinelli, 83, of Poplar St.,
Berlin, died April 14, 2001, in Central Vermont Hospital She was born
June 19, 1917, in Burlington, the daughter of Arthur D. Bishop and
Martha L. Gently Bishop. Frances graduated in 1935 from Montpelier High
School and attended Burlington Business College. She married Eraldo
Spinelli on December 14, 1938, in Montpelier. She was employed at the
Vermont State Library in Montpelier and retired with 25 years of
service. Frances enjoyed reading, knitting, traveling and was devoted to
her grandchildren and family. She was proud of her Pontiac convertible,
Mustang and Hilman that she owned. Survivors include a daughter, Martha
D. Bruce and her husband, James, of East Greenbush, N.Y.; two sons,
Michael A. Spinelli and his wife, Nancy, of Waterbury Center, and Norman
L. Spinelli and his wife, Mary, of Springfield; nine grandchildren; 11
great-grandchildren; a brother, Norman A. Bishop and his wife, Phyllis,
of St. Albans; a sister, Carolyn L. Emerson and her husband, Robert, of
Richmond; a special niece and nephew, Louisa A. Rushford and John
Emerson; and five other nieces and nephews. Mrs. Spineilli was
predeceased by her parents; two sisters, Constance B. Wheeless and Nancy
Rushford; and a niece, Mary Daizy Bishop. A funeral service will be held
at 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 18, in Guare and Sons Funeral Home, 30 School
St., Montpelier. The Rev. Robert Walton will officiate. Calling hours
will be form noon until the hour of the service. Burial will be May 19
in Berlin Corners Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made ot
Central Vermont Home Health and Hospice Inc., 600 Granger Road, Barre,
Vt. 05641.

April 15
GEMBERT
CASTLE
FAIRFIELD — Gembert Castle, 80, passed away peacefully at
his home on Sunday April 15, 2001. Funeral services will be held
Saturday April 21, at 11 a.m. at the Kidder Memorial Home, 89 Grand
Avenue, Swanton. Pastor David Parady from the Colonial Bible Baptist
church will officiate. Interment will follow in the family lot in
Bradley Cemetery in Fairfield. Friends may call at the Kidder Memorial
Home on Friday evening, April 20, from 7 to 9 p.m.

ROBERT G. NORTH MILTON — Robert G. North,
80, of McMullen Road died Sunday evening April 15, 2001, at his home in
Milton, following a long illness. Robert was born March 26, 1921 in
Shelburne, the son of George and Grace Shaw North. A carpenter by trade,
Robert worked for many years as a union carpenter on various area
projects. On August 1, 1941, he married Doris Sanderson in South
Burlington. He served his country during World War II with the U.S. Army
from 1942 to 1945. He spent 28 months of duty in the Mediterranean
theatre of operation. Robert was a member of the United Church of
Milton, a lifetime member of the DAV Donald Cooke Chapter 5 in
Burlington, VFW Post 7848, Milton, and a former member of the American
Legion Post 57 in Milton. An avid outdoorsman, he loved ice fishing and
deep sea fishing with his wife. He also enjoyed camping, hunting,
carpentry, gardening and operating his mini farm in Milton. He is
survived by his wife to whom he has been married for over 59 years,
Doris North of Milton, and their children, Grace Williams of St. Albans,
Jeannine Francis, and her husband Richard, of Hinesburg, Emil North and
his close friend Karen Root of Milton, and Annette North and her spouse
Judith North of Huntington; his ten grandchildren, Kansas, Leslie,
Peggy, Robin, Doris, Brent, Brock, Dominique, Emil Jean Jr., and Robert
J.; 17 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild; one sister,
Myrtle Garcia of South Burlington; two brothers-in-law, Clifford
Sanderson of South Burlington and Conrad Sanderson, and his wife,
Yvonne, of Fla; five sisters-in-law, Arlene Burt of Burlington, Juanita
DeMar of Essex, Lucy Laughlin of Ohio, Norma Mayer and her husband,
Norman, of Fla., and Hilda Howard and her husband, Richard, of Westford
as well as several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his son,
Robert C. North on February 5, 1958, and by four brothers, seven
sisters, and one sister-in-law. Funeral services will be held Thursday
April 19, at 2 p.m. in the Minor Funeral Home with the Rev. Jeffrey
Cornwell officiating. Burial will follow in the Milton Village Cemetery.
Memorials in Mr. North’s memory may be made to either the American
Cancer Society, New England Division, 11 Loomis Street, Montpelier, Vt.
05602-3021, or the Visiting Nurse Association, Home Care Program, 1110
Prim Road, Colchester, Vt. 05446. Visiting hours will be Wednesday,
April 18 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. in the Minor Funeral Home, located
at 237 Rte 7 South in Milton.
LEONA
”BILLIE” GOVER PHILLIPS
SHELDON — Leona G. Phillips, 90, passed
away Easter Sunday, April 15, 2001 at Verdelle Village ECF in St.
Albans. She was born in Bakersfield on February 2, 1911, the daughter of
the late Herbert H. and Harriet (Shanley) Gover. At an early age, she
resided in Sheldon with a beloved aunt and uncle, the late Mark and Lena
Stephenson. She was the widow of Thomas J. Phillips, who died April 1,
1993. Mrs. Phillips attended Sheldon Schools and what was then Sheldon
High School and graduated from Vermont Academy and the University of
Vermont. After graduating from UVM, she went to North Bennington where
she taught school for eight years. A resident of Sheldon most of her
life, she resumed teaching in the Sheldon School system where she served
in the capacity of principal and first grade teacher until her
retirement in 1974. Her love of children induced her to continue as a
substitute teacher for area towns. Mrs. Phillips was a memeber of Delta
Kappa Gamma International Zeta Chapter. Governor Johnson appointed her
to the Vermont State Board of Education, the first teacher in service to
serve on the board. She was also a member of the Grace Episcopal Church
in Sheldon. Survivors include her son and his wife, Gary and Marsha
Phillips of Montgomery Center, a beloved grandson Mark and his wife Dawn
Phillips of Milton, three great-grandchildren, Taylor, Chayce and Brooke
Phillips of Milton and several cousins and dear friends. In addition to
her husband Thomas, she was predeceased by her parents and a brother,
Harland Gover. A memorial service will be held on Thursday, April 19 at
11 a.m. in the Heald Funeral Chapel. There will be no calling hours.
Interment will be later in the family lot in Sheldon Village Cemetery.
Friends planning an expression of sympathy are asked to consider
Franklin County Home Health Agency, 3 Home Health Circle, St. Albans,
Vt., 05478. Arrangements are by Heald Funeral Home, 87 S. Main Street,
St. Albans

ELIZABETH C. PIKE WILMINGTON — Elizabeth
""Betty” Crafts Pike, 84, a former resident of Wilmington,
died Sunday, April 15, 2001, in Thompson House in Brattleboro. She had
been a resident of Brattleboro since 1978. she was born in Wilmington on
Dec. 19, 1916, the youngest child of Roswell P. and Meda (Gilbert)
Crafts. She grew up in Wilmington, attending local schoolhouses and
graduating from Wilmington High School with the Class of 1935. Mrs. Pike
was married to Gordon C. Pike on Aug. 10, 1935, in Wilmington. Mr. Pike
predeceased her Jan. 25, 1962. Mrs. Pike took great pride and devotion
in raising her five children. She was a loving and caring mother and
grandmother who thoroughly enjoyed her family and home. In the summer
months, she would spend a great deal of time with her family and tending
to the large flower garden in which she took great pride. While her
children were growing up, she was very active in the Wilmington PTA and
was president of the Mothers Club for many years. During World War II,
she assisted the war effort by knitting clothing for the White Cross.
She had been a member of the former Universalist Church in Wilmington;
when this closed, she began attending the Wilmington Congregational
Church. Upon her relocating to Brattleboro, she became involved in the
Retired Seniors Volunteer Program and had given 15 years of service. She
was also an active participant in the activities programs at Thompson
House. Mrs. Pike is survived by a son, John G. Pike of Livingston,
Texas; two daughters, Melanie P. Boyd of Wilmington and Mary Pike-Sprenger
of West Dover; seven grandchildren, Brie E. Pike-Sprenger, Tyne A. Pike-Sprenger,
Kim Y. Pike, John G. Pike, Alan C. Pike, Scott L. Pike, and Joshua N.
Pike; seven great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. She was
predeceased by two sons and a grandson, Gordon Averell Pike, who died
Dec. 12, 1993, and Timothy S. Pike and his son, Zachary Daniel Pike, who
both died July 2, 1977. A service of remembrance will be held Wednesday,
April 18, at 11 a.m. in the Wilmington Congregational Church.
Officiating will be the Rev. Marcia Dorey, pastor, and the Rev. John
Cerrato, pastor of the Wilmington Baptist Church. Interment will follow
in the Pike family lot in Riverview Cemetery. There are no calling
hours. Should friends disire, memorial gifts may be made to either
Rescue Inc. or the Wilmington Fire Department (in which Mrs. Pike’s late
husband had been active), c/o the Covey and Allen Funeral Home, P.O. Box
215, Wilmington, Vt. 05363.
HOWARD LEE RAVELIN ESSEX JUNCTION —
Howard Lee Ravelin, 73, died Sunday April 15, 2001 in his home. He was
born June 30, 1927, the son of Lee and Blanche (Smith) Ravelin. Mr.
Ravelin graduated from Jericho High School. He married Shirley Provost
on May 9, 1955, in Colchester. He was manager of Essex Legion baseball
for many years, an avid bowler, and an original member of Green Mountain
Boys Country Western Band. Mr. Ravelin is survived by his wife, Shirley
Ravelin of Essex Junction; one son, Howard Ravelin, Jr. of Essex
Junction; two daughters, Sharon Husk of Vergennes and Linda Parker and
her husband, Doug Parker, of Williston; grandchildren, Tracy Parker of
Haverhill, Mass, and Jessica and Brigitte Husk of Ferrisburg; a sister,
Barbara Spell and her husband, Bill, of Baton Rouge, La.; a brother
Robert Ravelin of Whiteon, Va.; a special aunt, Ida Hall of Montpelier,
and nieces and nephews. Visiting hours will be held from 2 to 4 and 7 to
9 p.m., Wednesday, April 18, in Corbin & Palmer Funeral Home, 9
Pleasant St., Essex Junction. Funeral services will be private. The
family has requested there be no flowers. Contributions may be made to
the Visiting Nurse Association, Hospice Program, 1110 Prim Road,
Colchester, Vt., 05446
FLOYD C. SUMNER FLORENCE — Floyd C.
Sumner, 81, died Sunday, April 15, 2001, in Rutland Regional Medical
Center following a long illness. Funeral arrangements are pending at the
Barnard Funeral Home in Pittsford. A complete obituary will be published
in Tuesday’s Free Press.

FLOYD CHARLES
SUMNER
FLORENCE — Floyd Charles Sumner, 81, died Sunday April 15,
2001 at Rutland Regional Medical Center. Floyd was born December 21,
1919 to Belle and Clayton Sumner. As a young man, he enlisted in the
United States Army and served in F Company, 172nd, 43rd Division. His
many stations during World War II, included the Salomon Islands, Altape,
New Guinea, and as a passenger on the U.S.S. Coolidge during its
sinking, for which he received numerous awards and medals including the
Combat Infantry Badge, the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart, which his
license plate displayed showing his pride and loyalty to his country.
Upon completion of the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C., Floyds
name will appear in the registry of remembrances. Floyd married C.
Margeret Martin of Williamstown on June 10, 1946, after gaining
employment with Vermont Transit. They resided in Danville until 1963
when a transfer brought them to the Rutland area. Floyd was known for
his love of travel and his quick smile. He retired from Vermont Transit
in 1982 after 37 years of service with a perfect driving record, of
which he was very proud. Floyd and his wife retired to Florence where
they enjoyed the beauty of their home, surrounded by nature’s beautiful
trees, wild flowers, and many animals. Floyd was a member of the
Washburn Lodge 92 F & AM of Danville for over 50 years and a
longtime member of the American Legion. Floyds wife Margeret died in
May, 1997, shortly after celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary.
They had three children, Lana Caroline Sumner, Joyce Sumner LaFayette,
and Floyd Charles ”Chic” Sumner II. Lana predeceased Floyd in 1999 at
the young age of 51. Floyd enjoyed the company of his family and many
dear friends that visited him during the time he was restricted to home.
He was most grateful of his consistent love and support from his son
Chic, and daughter, Joyce, who were his caregivers during his illnesses.
Floyd leaves behind his daughter Joyce Sumner Lafayette; his son, Floyd
Charles ”Chic” Sumner; brothers, Wayne Sumner, Reggie Porier; sister
Wynonna Aja; grandchildren, Jayson Sumner, Kristi Kasey, Jesse and Karly
LaFayette, and Chip Sumner; and his great granddaughter Shelby Sumner.
Funeral services will be held Thursday, April, 19 at 2 p.m.at the
Barnard Funeral Home in Pittsford. Burial will follow in Evergreen
Cemetery in Pittsford. Friends may call at the funeral home on Thursday,
April 19 from 1 p.m. until the time of the service. Memorial
contributions in Floyd’s memory may be made to the charity of one’s
choice.

April 16
MURL HOWARD ”PETE” BERNO DUXBURY — Murl
Howard ”Pete” Berno, 88, a longtime Duxbury resident, passed away in
the Central Vermont Medical Center in Berlin on Monday, April 16, 2001.
Funeral services will be held from the Wesley United Methodist Church in
Waterbury on Thursday, April 19 at 10 a.m. Friends may call at the
Perkins-Parker Funeral Home in Waterbury on Wednesday, April 18 from 7
to 9 p.m. Later interment will take place in the South Duxbury Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the South
Duxbury Congregational Church, c/o Jo Ann Berno, Box 871, Moretown, Vt.
05660
CATHERINE
(KAY) M. DeGIGLIO
LAKE WORTH, Fla — Catherine M. DeGiglio of 1540
North ‘M’ Street, Lake Worth, Fla. 33460 passed away Monday, April 16,
2001. She was a 29 year employee of General Electric Company, beginning
her career in Schenectady, N.Y. and transferring to Burlington along
with her husband, John. Kay is survived by her husband, John, and
daughter, Marilyn Hepner, two grandchildren and two-great-grandchildren.
She was predeceased by her daughter, June Noyes, in 2001, and her
son-in-law, Tom Hepner, in 2000. A memorial mass will be held Saturday,
April 21 in St. Marks Church in Burlington.

RONALD
C. MAYER
SOUTH BURLINGTON — Ronald C. Mayer passed away at Medical
Center Hospital on April 16, 2001. Ron was born in Port Huron, Mich. on
August 31, 1913, to Charles and Elna Mayer. He married Norma Downs on
August 24, 1941, who predeceased him in 1997. Ron was a World War II
veteran who served 22 years in the U.S. Navy, retiring in 1957. Ron also
worked for 20 years in the research and development division of Electric
Boat in Groton, Conn. Prior to his naval service, Ron served in the
C.C.C. in northern Michigan. While in the Navy, Ron assisted rescue of
the refugees of the Spanish Civil War, served in both the Atlantic and
Pacific Theaters in World War II, and was an instructor in the Navy
Submarine School in Groton, Conn. Ron’s passions in life were golf and
travel. He was a scratch golfer who played on 236 courses throughout the
world and was frequently chosen to play by pros in various Pro-Am
tournaments. He literally traveled around the world and at the age of
86, chronicled his journeys in a book. Ron is survived by his daughter,
Diane L (Dee) Scheidel and son-in-law Patrick C. Scheidel of Essex. A
remembrance of Ron will be held in the Allenwood Building of Pillsbury
Manor, 90 Allen Road, South Burlington on Thursday, April 19, from 6 to
8 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Ron’s two favorite
associations, Submarine Vets of World War II, P.O. Box 952, Groton,
Conn. 06340, or Vermont Association of the Blind and Visually Impaired,
37 Elmwood Avenue, Burlington, Vt. 05401 Corbin & Palmer Funeral
Home, 9 Pleasant St., Essex Junction is in charge of arrangements


LILLIAN D. POULIN
BURLINGTON — Lillian D. Poulin, a longtime resident of
Burlington and a local hairdresser, died April 16, 2001, in Odyssey Hospice in
Mesa, Ariz. She had lived in the Sun City and Scottsdale areas of Arizona for
33 years and was a member of the St. Joachim and St. Anne Catholic Church in
Sun City. She was born in Colchester in March 1904. She is survived by a son,
Clyde of Fountain Hills, Ariz., five grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
She will be interred at Mount Calvary Cemetery in Burlington. A memorial
service will be held at a later date.

 

DEBORAH LEE REID BURLINGTON — Deborah Lee
Reid died Monday, April 16, 2001, in the presence of her family and
friends. She had waged a long and courageous fight with ulcerative
colitis and resulting complications. Debbie was born in St. Albans on
Aug. 18, 1956, the daughter of Roy J. Jewett and Rose (Trombley) Jewett.
She graduated from Bellows Free Academy, Class of 1974. Debbie was
employed by the Olympiad Health Racquet Aerobics Club, which had served
as an anchor in her life for the past 15 years. During the time that her
children attended Flynn School, she volunteered a tremendous amount of
time to benefit all the students. Among her accomplishments, she
established a computer lab for kindergarten through second grade
students with used and donated equipment, was instrumental in adding
recreational equipment to the playground and served as an officer of the
PTO. Debbie loved flowers, baskets, and vases and was especially proud
of her gardens of irises, but, above all, the light in her life was her
two children, Michelle and Chris. Debbie married A. Gary Reid on Oct.
15, 1977. Besides her husband, she is survived by her daughter, Michelle
L. Reid; her son, Christopher N. Reid; her mother, Rose Jewett of St.
Albans; her uncle, Charles Trombley and his wife, Edith, of Palm Harbor,
Fla.; four sisters, Gloria and her husband, Ronald Hemond, of St.
Albans; Donna Jettie of Highgate Center; Patricia O’Dell of St. Albans,
and Cynthia and her husband, David Godin, of St. Albans; her
father-in-law and mother-in-law, Andrew J. Reid and Ethel Reid of
Burlington; three sisters-in-law, Ora Jewett of St. Albans, Ann Williams
of Burlington, and Susan Shepherd of Burlington; and many nephews,
nieces and cousins. She was predeceased by her father, Roy J. Jewett;
and her brother, Roy K. ""Chip” Jewett, whom she deeply
missed. A memorial service for Debbie will be held Sunday, May 20, at 2
p.m. at the residence of A. Gary Reid, 395 Appletree Point Road,
Burlington, a time when everyone can enjoy the beauty of her irises. In
lieu of flowers, anyone wishing to make an expression of sympathy is
asked to consider sponsoring her husband, Gary, to run in the Jiggety
Jog, May 19, an activity which benefits the Vermont Respite House.
Contributions may be made through her husband or directly to the Vermont
Respite House in Debbie’s name, 99 Allen Brook Lane, Williston, Vt.
05495. Corbin and Palmer Funeral Home, 71 S. Union St., Burlington, is
in charge of arrangements.
JOSEPH
E. RILEY
MORRISVILLE — Joseph E. Riley, 80, died Monday morning,
April 16, 200, in Copley Hospital, Morrisville, following an extended
illness. He was born in Boston on October 20, 1920. Joseph married the
former Margaret Fitzgerald on Nov. 13, 1948. Joseph was a veteran of
World War II, serving in the Army in the Europe African Middle Eastern
Theater Campaign. The majority of his working career was with the U.S.
Postal Service in Massachusetts, retiring in 1973. After moving about
the country, he and Margaret settled in Vermont and have made their home
here for the past 20 years. Joseph always loved to read and learn, and
decided to attend college, graduating with honors from Johnson State
College in 1980 with a degree in Human Services. One of his greatest
pleasures in life has been as a grandfather, a role that had brought
great enjoyment to him and to his grandchildren through the years.
Besides his wife, Margaret, he is survived by his four daughters,
Maureen Riley of New Mexico, Louise Riley of Morrisville, Sheila Halnon
and her husband, Jim, of Sharon, and Andrea Peden and her husband,
Michael, of Essex Junction.; three sisters, Evelyn Riley, Lillian Riley
and Irene Dineen; three grandchildren, Sean, Annie and Evan Halnon. A
Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m. Thursday April
19 in Holy Cross Church, Morrisville, with spring interment in the
Lakeview Cemetery. Visiting hours will be 2 to 4 p.m. Wednesday in the
White Fiess Funeral Home, 165 Brooklyn St., Morrisville. In lieu of
flowers, contributions in Jospeh’s memory would be appreciated to the
Lamoille Area Cancer Network, P.O. Box 38, Lake Elmore, Vt., 05657

April 17
ANNA
L. CHAPMAN
VERGENNES — Anna L. Chapman, 92, died Tuedsay, April 17,
2001, at Porter Medical Center in Middlebury. She was born September 20,
1908, in Monkton, the daughter of Frank and Rose (Devoid) Lawrence. Anna
was a member of St. Peters Catholic Church in Vergennes and St. Ann’s
Society. She and her husband Robert loved to travel throughout the
United States. Her husband Robert predeceased Anna in 1984. Anna made
her home with her son John for many years. She is survived by three
children, John Chapman of Waltham, Charles Chapman of Monkton, and Jean
Caron of Vergennes; ten grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren; a
sister, Gladys Heath of South Burlington; and several nieces and
nephews. Three brothers, Francis, Clifford and Theodore predeceased
Anna. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. on
Friday, April 20 at St. Peter’s Catholic Church in Vergennes. Interment
will be in Prospect Cemetery in Vergennes. Friends may call at the
Brown-McClay Funeral Home in Vergennes on Thursday, April 19 from 7 to 9
p.m. Contributions may be made in Anna’s name to the Helen Porter
Nursing Home, Middlebury, Vt. 05753.

NELSON J. COTA WINOOSKI — Nelson J. Cota,
97, a lifelong resident of Winooski, died Tuesday, April 17, 2001, in
Burlington Health and Rehab Center in Burlington after a long illness. A
complete obituary will appear in Thursday’s Burlington Free Press.
Arrangements are by the LaVigne Funeral Home, Winooski

NELSON J. COTA WINOOSKI
— Nelson J. Cota, 97, a lifelong resident of Winooski, died Tuesday,
April 17, 2001, in Burlington Health and Rehab Center in Burlington
after a long illness. He was born in Winooski on Nov. 2, 1903, the son
of Joseph and Lucy (Hall) Cota. He was a veteran of World War II. He was
employed at the Porter Screen Shop and the American Woolen Mill. He was
a member of the Regular Veterans Association and enjoyed fishing and
bowling. Nelson is survived by a niece, Norma Larivee and her husband,
Robert, of Schenectady, N.Y., and Florida; two nephews, Herbert Kerwin
and his wife, Norma, of Colchester, and Robert Kerwin and his wife,
Grace, of Gretna, La.; and many cousins and friends. He was predeceased
by two sisters, Isabelle Millette and Florence Kerwin and a brother,
TrefflieCota. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday,
April 20, 2001, at noon in St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in
Winooski. Interment will be at a later date. There will be no visiting
hours. Memorial contributions may be made to the Burlington Health and
Rehabilitation Center Recreational Fund, 300 Pearl St., Burlington, Vt.
05401. Arrangements are by the LaVigne Funeral Home, 132 Main St.,
Winooski.

SANDRA TERESA ANDERSON GLASS BURLINGTON —
Sandra Teresa Anderson Glass, 62, of Meadowlark Lane, Starksboro, passed
on to the Lord on April 17, 2001. Her beloved husband, Ronald, remained
by her side during her courageous struggle with lymphoma. Sandy was born
Aug. 14, 1938, in Kingston, N.Y., the daughter of the late Ethel May
MacIntosh Anderson and Gustave A. Anderson. She attended a one-room
school in Olivebridge, N.Y, and graduated from Onteora Central High
School in 1956. She was employed by Universal Road Machinery in Kingston
as a secretary for 10 years. May 28, 1966, Sandra married Ronald J.
Glass in St. John’s Roman Catholic Church in Stony Hollow, N.Y.
Subsequently, they lived in New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Alaska and
Vermont, always maintaining close ties to family and friends in
Olivebridge. Sandy is survived by her husband, Ronald of Starksboro and
Sterling, Alaska; her brothers and sisters-in-law, Gordon and Margaret
Anderson of Kingston, Glenn and Edith Anderson of Staten Island, N.Y.,
Lowell and Rosemarie Anderson of Olivebridge, and Wallace Anderson of
Starksboro; 15 nieces and nephews; 19 grandnieces and grandnephews to
whom she was very devoted; and her lifelong friend, Deanne Capisano of
Arlington, Va. A brother, Joseph Anderson, predeceased her in 1985.
Sandy, a warm and caring person who touched the lives of all who knew
her, was a surrogate mother, mentor and confidante to her nieces and
nephews. She served as guardian and caregiver for her handicapped
brother, Wallace. She also provided attention and care for her
mother-in-law, the late Anna D. Glass, during Mrs. Glass’ declining
years. Sandy’s youthful appearance and enthusiasm throughout her life
complemented her grand sense of humor; still it was the person within
that touched everyone’s life. Visiting hours will be from 2 to 4 and 7
to 9 p.m. Friday, April 20, in the Lasher Funeral Home in Woodstock,
N.Y. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in St. John’s R.C.
Church at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, April 21. Interment will be in Tongore
Cemetery in Olivebridge immediately afterward.
PATRICIA
""PATTI” ROBINSON GUYETTE
BURLINGTON — Patricia
""Patti” Robinson Guyette, 34, of Murray Street, Burlington,
passed away Tuesday, April 17, 2001, in Burlington. She was born in
Springfield on Oct. 11, 1966, the daughter of Peter and Virginia (Sears)
Robinson. Patti was a graduate of O’Brien’s Cosmetology School and
worked for O’Brien’s Inc. in Burlington. Patti died at peace, with her
family at her side. She showed great strength through her illness, and
she had an ability to help her family and friends through it with her.
Patti loved to follow her son in his sports, and she made friends
wherever she went. She enjoyed reading and her time with her cats,
Abigail and Annie. Aug. 3, 1991, Patti married Todd Guyette, who
survives her. Besides her husband, Todd, she is survived by her son,
Steven Guyette of Burlington; her father, Peter Robinson and his wife,
Pauline, of New Port Richey, Fla.; her mother, Virginia Robinson of
Newport; her sister, Glenda Garrow and her husband, Brent, of Enosburg,
and Judy Robinson of Derby; her stepsister, Joanne Scott of Newport; her
stepbrother, Norman Poulin and his wife, Karen of Lisbon, N.D., and
Donald Poulin and his wife, Peggy, of Derby; her mother-in-law, Sandra
Harris of Burlington; 10 nieces and nephews; and numerous cousins.
Friends may call at the Converse-Rushford Funeral Home in Newport on
Friday, April 20, from 6 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be held
Saturday, April 21, in the Converse-Rushford Funeral Home in Newport at
1 p.m. with the Rev. Richard Whitehill officiating. Spring interment
will take place in Pine Grove Cemetery in Newport. Should friends
desire, contributions in Patti’s memory may be made to Center City
Little League, c/o Todd Guyette, 60 Murray St., Burlington, Vt. 05401.
Arrangements are by Converse-Rushford Funeral Home.

WILLIAM J. LACEY MIDDLEBURY — William J.
Lacey, 78, passed away in Fletcher Allen Health Care in Burlington on
April 17, 2001. He was born in St. John’s, Newfoundland, on Aug. 14,
1922, a son of Roland and Louisa (Corcoran) Lacey. He graduated from St.
Bonaventure College in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Sept. 30, 1957, he
married Agnes Gertrude ""Gert” Walsh in St. Mary’s Church. He
had been employed at Standard Register Company, retiring in 1987 after
having a long career as a carbon planner. He was a devoted family man
and doted on his grandchildren. He will be greatly missed by all. He is
survived by his wife of 43 years; a son, William J. Lacey Jr. and his
wife, Lynne (Leger) Lacey; and his grandchildren, Tara M. Lacey and
Connor W. A. Lacey; his siblings, Lawrence Lacey of Middlebury, Ronald
Lacey of St. John’s, and Mary Morse of Middlebury; and several nieces
and nephews. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated April 20 at 1
p.m. in St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Middlebury by the Rev. John
McDermott. Public calling hours will be held Thursday, from 7 to 9 p.m.
at Sanderson Funeral Service, 117 S. Main St., Middlebury. Contributions
in his memory may be made to the American Cancer Society, 13 Loomis St.,
Montpelier, Vt.05602. Sanderson Funeral Service is in charge of
arrangements.
DONALD R. MACY BURLINGTON — Donald R.
Macy, 39, of Burlington, died Tuesday, April 17, 2001, in Fletcher Allen
Health Care, Burlington, following a long illness. A complete obituary
will appear in Friday’s Burlington Free Press. Arrangements made by the
LaVigne Funeral Home, 132 Main St., Winooski

DONALD ROBERT
MACY
BURLINGTON — Donald Robert Macy, 39, died Tuesday, April 17,
2001, after a long bout with carcinoid cancer in Fletcher Allen Health
Care, Burlington, in the company of his family, wife, and loved ones. He
was born on June 12, 1961 in Saranac Lake, N.Y., the son of Donald V.
and Nancy (Deslauriers) Macy. Donald graduated from Burlington High
School in 1979 and also attended Burlington College. He was very
versatile, being very involved in social work and also developed several
programs for C.O.T.S. and Spectrum. Don created long lasting
self-employment for himself and others. He owned Macy’s Property
Maintenance, was a woodworker who crafted unique furniture, and was on
committees for Temporary Shelter and for Spectrum Youth Services. He
also had several hobbies such as coaching softball for four years; being
an avid chess player; a teacher and student of yoga and meditation; as
well as loving nature, wildlife, the outdoors and basketball. Donald was
a spiritual man, he shared his compassion with people from every walk of
life. He was a wonderful father and loved his children, wife, and family
very much. He showed excellent communication skills and was able to
maintain high levels of responsibility that endure. He worked well with
others respecting their ideas as well as his own. He was loved by many.
Don is survived by his wife and companion, Trudy Macy of Burlington; two
daughters, Brittany and Tianna, and one son, Jordan, all of Essex; his
mother, Nancy Macy of Colchester; his father, Donald V. Macy of Lyon
Mountain, N.Y.; and two sisters, Vicki and Michele Macy of Burlington.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, April 21, 2001 at 1 p.m. in the
LaVigne Funeral Home in Winooski. Interment will be at a later date in
Saranac Lake, N.Y. In lieu of fwers, memorial contributions may be made
to Maple Leaf Farm Association, P.O. Box 120, Underhill, Vt. 05489.
Visiting hours will be Saturday, April 21, 2001, from 12 noon until the
time of the service. Arrangements are by the LaVigne Funeral Home, 132
Main Street, Winooski.

LOLA B. SEIFFERT SHELBURNE — Lola B.
Seiffert, 93, died Tuesday, April 17, 2001, in Fletcher Allen Health
Care in Burlington. She was born Oct. 13, 1907, in Rowayton, Conn., the
daughter of Marshall Perry Baxter and Anna Hollins Baxter. Her husband,
Alfred P. Seiffert, died in 1975. Lola lived in Shelburne, most recently
at Shelburne Bay Senior Living Community, and formerly at Gardenside.
Lola taught sixth grade for 31 years in the Norwalk, Conn., public
schools. She graduated from Danbury Normal School in 1926. Later, she
obtained both a B.A. and M.A. in education from the University of
Bridgeport. She is survived by two children, Perry B. Seiffert of
Bethesda, Md., and Linda Seiffert Reynolds of Monkton; four
grandchildren; a sister, Camilla B. Sloat of Venice, Fla.; and several
nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be celebrated at 1 p.m.
Saturday, April 21, in the Charlotte Congregational Church in Charlotte
April 18
BERTHA T. ""BERTIE” KOURY ST.
JOHNSBURY — Bertha T. ""Bertie” Koury, longtime Lyndon
Institute art teacher of 41 Church St., St. Johnsbury, died in
Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital on Wednesday, April 18, 2001. she
was born Jan. 2, 1926, in Greenville, S.C., the daughter of Thomas and
Virginia (Elias) Koury. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in
St. Elizabeth Church in Lyndonville on Monday at 2 p.m. with Father
Stephen Nichols officiating. Interment will be in May in St. Elizabeth
Cemetery in Lyndonville. There will be no visiting hours. Memorial
contributions for the arts center may be directed to Lyndon Institute,
attention Mr. Paul Wheeler. Sayles Funeral Home is assisting the family
with arrangements
DONALD ERNEST MARCKRES HYDE PARK — Donald
Ernest Marckres, 60, longtime resident of Hyde Park, passed away
peacefully with his family at his side Wednesday, April 18, 2001, in
Fletcher Allen Health Care in Burlington. Born and raised in Craftsbury,
he was the son of Blanche (Clark) Marckres and the late Maynard Marckres.
He is survived by his wife of 39 years, Janet; son Daniel Marckres and
his wife, Quedabond; daughters Michelle Turner and her husband, Kurt,
and Jennifer Draper and her husband, George; grandchildren Tyson,
Stacey,Taren, and Christine; his mother, Blanche Marckres, a sister,
Marilyn Bradley and her husband, James; and a brother, J. Fred Marckres
and his wife, Oleta; many nieces and nephews; and a special friend, Jim
Skiffington. He was predeceased by his father, Maynard; and a grandson,
Justin Donald Marckres. There will be no calling hours, and the
committal service will be held at the convenience of the family. In lieu
of flowers, donations may be made to Lamoille Cancer network or Lamoille
Home Health. Arrangements are by Pearsons Funeral Service, 70 Church
St., Lyndonville.
PAUL
PHILIP MERCHANT
CORNING, N.Y. — Paul Philip Merchant died
Wednesday, April 18, 2001, of cancer. He was born in Burlington on Oct.
14, 1950. He was a graduate of Burlington High School, Class of 1968,
and the University of Vermont in 1972 and was president of Phi Mu Delta
fraternity. He received his Ph.D. from Brown University in 1978. He is
survived by his wife, Gail; his mother, Margaret; and sons Conor, Grant,
and Jacob of 10809 Hidden Meadow Trail, Corning, N.Y. 14830. He was
predeceased by his father, John. Services will be held Monday, April 23,
at Carpenter’s Funeral home in Corning. Donations may be made to Trust
for Science Partners in Education, c/o Adra Barca SPFR 0501, Corning
Inc.,Corning, N.Y. 14831

HELEN WHITING NEILL JOHNSON — Helen
Neill, 69, passed away in her home on Plot Road, Johnson, on April 18,
2001. She was born October 14, 1931 in Lake Crystal, Minn., the daughter
of Zach and Ellen (Fisher) Whiting. In December, 1956, she was married
to Kenneth H. Niell of Johnson. After graduating from Cambridge High
School, she attended Burlington Business College and was later employed
by Burlington Grocery Company for several years. She served the town of
Johnson for over thirty years, first as an auditor then as Assistant
Town Clerk, and as Town Clerk and Treasurer for twelve years, retiring
in 1999. She is survived by her husband, Kenneth Neill, and three sons,
David and his wife, Joyce, of New Milford, Conn., Shawn of Highgate, and
Kevin and his wife, Monita, of Milton; seven grandchildren, Bethany,
Alyssa, Zachariah, Catherine, Anna, Zachary and Nikayla; four sisters,
Marion Locke of Waterville, Lois Tatro of Quechee, Mildred Sargent of
Johnson, Alice Whiting of Johnson; and many nieces and nephews. She was
predeceased by her parents, Zach and Ellen Whiting, and one brother,
Arthur Whiting. Throughout her life, Helen enjoyed her family, including
summer gatherings in York Beach, Maine, and a variety of handicrafts
such as knitting, rug braiding, and quilting. She also took pleasure and
pride in her many associations with the people of the Johnson community.
The family will receive friends Sunday April 22 from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7
to 9 p.m. at the des Groseilliers Funeral Home, Main St., Johnson.
Services will be Monday, April 23, at 1 p.m. at the funeral home chapel.
Interment in May will be in Lamoille View Cemetery, Johnson. In lieu of
flowers, contributions in Helen’s memory may be made to the Lamoille
Home Health and Hospice, 54 Farr Avenue, Morrisville, Vt. 05661 or to
the American Cancer Society, New England Division Inc., Lamoille Unit,
P.O. Box 397, Montpelier, Vt. 05601. Arrangements are under the
direction of DesGroseilliers Funeral Home, Johnson.
STELLA
D. PATNO
ST. ALBANS/BURLINGTON "At rest with her husband’ —
Stella D. Patno, 94, of Brainerd Street in St. Albans and formerly of
Charlotte Street in Burlington, died at her home Wednesday, April 18,
2001. She was born in Canada on December 14, 1906, the daughter of
Arthur and Rose (Mongeon) Allard. August 24, 1928, she was married in
St. Anthony Church in Burlington to Ford H. Patno, who predeceased her
in 1992 after 60 years of marriage. She was a member of Christ the King
parish and of the Catholic Daughters of America and the Athena Club. She
also was a very active volunteer for many and varied civic and religious
causes. She is survived by her four children, Floyd Patno of
Brattleboro, Roger Patno and his wife, Joyce, of St. Albans, Margaret
Hinen of Gaston, S.C., Roy Patno and his wife, Atchar, of Hinsdale, N.H.;
two sisters-in-law, Margaret Beauchemin and Mildred Allard, both of
Burlington; nine grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren. She was
predeceased by 10 brothers and sisters; a daughter-in-law, Elizabeth
Patno; and a grandson, Gregory Patno. A Mass of Christian Burial will be
celebrated Friday, April 20, 2001, at 11 a.m. in Christ the King Roman
Catholic Church with burial to follow in New Mount Calvary Cemetery.
Those who wish may make contributions in her memory to the charity of
one’s choice. There will be no visiting hours, but the family will be
receiving visitors at 6 Brainerd St. in St. Albans following the
services Friday. Arrangements are by the Ready Funeral Home South
Chapel, 261 Shelburne Road, Burlington.

YVONNE
(ROCHELEAU) VOCK
ST. ALBANS — Mrs. Yvonne (Rocheleau) Vock, 70,
died peacefully at her home Wednesday, April 18, 2001, with her loving
and caring family at her side, after an extended illness. She was born
Marie-Yvonne Rocheleau on Dec. 30, 1930, in Essex Junction, daughter of
the late Louis and Adeline (Nichols) Rocheleau. She was employed as an
operator for the New England Telephone Company for several years. She
was a communicant of Holy Angels Church, a member of the Ladies of St.
Anne and the Women of the Moose, Chapter 321 of St. Albans. She was a
seamstress and enjoyed sewing, ceramics, playing cards and cooking for
her family. She was a member of the Saturday Night Card Players. She
married Edwin Vock on Sept. 20, 1952. Besides her loving and devoted
husband, she is survived by their five children, Deborah V. Stevens of
Webster, Mass., Dianne M. Vock of St. Albans, Michael and his wife,
Peggy Vock, of Broken Arrow, Okla., Stephen and his wife, Donna
Ehler-Vock, of South Burlington, and Rebecca and her husband, Rene
DeLaricheliere, 10 grandchildren, Diedra Gomez, Ashley, Gregory, Erin,
Tyler, Kayleigh and Kyle Vock, and Andrew, Lauren and Jennifer
DeLaricheliere; two brothers, George and his wife, Harriet Rocheleau,
and Ernest and his wife, Gertrude Rocheleau; five sisters, Hortense
Levesque, Cecile and her husband, Leo DesLaurier, Carita and her
husband, Roger Cadieux, Corrine Rocheleau, and Rita and her husband,
Wayne Sweeney; a sister-in-law, Geraldine Rocheleau; special friends and
brother-in-law and his wife, Jim and Marlene Vock of Theresa, N.Y.; and
several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by two grandchildren,
Matthew and Maria Vock; and two brothers, Alfred and Harold (Omer)
Rocheleau. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Saturday at 11
a.m. in Holy Angels Church. Friends may call at the Brady & Levesque
Funeral Home, 86 S. Main St., from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday. Interment will be
in the Vock family lot in Mount Calvary Cemetery. Memorial contributions
may be made to the Franklin County Home Health Agency, 3 Home Health
Circle, St. Albans, Vt. 05478; or the Vermont Association for the Blind,
37 Elmwood Ave., Burlington, Vt. 05401. Arrangements are entrusted to
the Brady & Levesque Funeral Home.

April 19
VIVIAN ELSIE POST BUTTOLPH MIDDLEBURY —
Vivian Elsie Post Buttolph, 85, died peacefully at home in Middlebury on
April 19, 2001. She was the daughter of Ralph and Lena (Davis) Post,
born in Putnam, N.Y., on Dec. 28, 1915. Vivian married Thomas R.
Buttolph in Shoreham on Nov. 12, 1939, and there raised five children,
who survive them: Elizabeth Spann- bauer and her husband, Douglas, of
New Smyrna Beach, Fla., Judith Cerand of Brandon and her fiance, Dale
Harris, of Rutland, Carolyn Meyer of West Pawlet, Thomas Buttolph and
his wife, Mary, of Shoreham, and Kathryn Laframboise and her husband,
Mark, of Middlebury. Vivian took joy in her children, grandchildren and
great-grandchildren and shared with them her love of nature and lifelong
learning. She was a strong and independent person and thankful for the
loving support of her family and of the health care professionals and
volunteers who enabled her to enjoy the final comforts of home care.
Family and friends will gather to celebrate Vivian’s life Sunday, April
29, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the home of Kathy and Mark Laframboise, 350
Foote St., Middlebury, following private family committal services.
Donations in Vivian’s memory may be sent to Addison County Home Health
and Hospice, P.O. Box 754, Middlebury, Vt. 05753; or Middlebury
Volunteer Ambulance Association, P.O. Box 504, Middlebury, Vt. 05753.
LEONARD
""BUGGIE” O. DOMINGUE
FAIRFAX/BERLIN "At peace with
his wife, Iona’ –Leonard Octave Domingue, 76, of Upper Welden Street,
St. Albans, died in Woodridge Nursing Home in Berlin on Thursday, April
19, 2001, surrounded by his family. He was born in Franklin on Aug. 2,
1924, the son of George and Locada (Bunno) Domingue. He was a retired
dairy farmer. He enjoyed fishing, sugaring, driving around in his car
and, most of all, ending time with his grandchildren. April 19, 1947, he
was married to Iona Tinker, who predeceased him in 1991 after 44 years
of marriage. He is survived by his seven children, Frances and Gary of
Georgia, Leonard and Juan of Colchester, Mike and Donna of Berlin, Bruce
and Kim of St. Albans Bay, Jean and Pierre of Johnson, Doug and Judy of
Franklin, and Greg and Ann of Williston. Grandchildren include Jane, Ed,
Tina, Alan, Aaron, Michelle, Donald, Danielle, George, Kenny, Mark,
Maria, Joscelyn, Jared, Jeffrey, Jacob, Meagan and Rebecca.
Great-grandsons include Jeremy, Joshua, Jacob, and Jacob; sisters
Beatrice and Dale Taggert of Burlington, Marion and Carl Mosley of
Florida, Ester Claussen of Winooski, Agnes and Leon Castle of St.
Albans, and Arlene and Hollis of Richford; brothers-in-law Roy and Wanda
Tinker of Milton and Royce and Christine Tinker of Johnson. He was
predeceased by four brothers and two sisters. A memorial service will be
held for Leonard ""Buggie” Domingue and his late wife, Iona
Domingue, in Binghamville United Methodist Church on Saturday, April 28,
at 1 p.m. A burial service will be held at a later date. Should friends
desire, contributions in Buggie’s memory may be made to Woodridge
Nursing Home Activity Fund, Barre, Vt. 05641. Arrangements are by Guare
and Sons Funeral Home, Montpelier.

BEATRICE (MORRISSEAU) GAGNON ST JEAN,
QUEBEC — Beatrice Morrisseau Gagnon, 100, died Thursday, April 19,
2001, at Haut-Richelieu Hospital, St. Jean. She was the beloved wife of
Joseph Gagnon. She is survived by her children, Therese, and her husband
Leo Loiselle, Paul and his wife, Yolande, Charles and his wife, Denise,
Jeannette Brisson and her husband, Bernard, Maurice and his wife,
Pierrette, Andre and his wife, Angeline, Marcel Veins and her husnd,
Laurence, Denyse Messier and her husband, Andre, Claire Delorme and her
husband, Yves; 33 grandchildren; 49 great-grandchildren; four
great-great grandchildren; her brother-in-law, Arthur Boucher; many
nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Visitation will be Friday,
April 20 from 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 10 p.m. and Saturday, April 21 at 12
noon at Desourdy Funeral Home,.205 Main Street, Farnham. Funeral
services will follow on Saturday at 2:00 p.m. Memorial donations may be
made to the Haut-Richelieu Hospital Foundation
April 20
FRANCIS
J. CASEY
BURLINGTON — Francis J. Casey, 69, of Burlington died
Friday, April 20, 2001, in Vermont Respite House in Williston following
a long illness. A complete obituary will appear in a later edition of
the Burlington Free Press. Arrangements are by Ready Funeral Home South
Chapel, 261 Shelburne Road, Burlington.

 

FRANCIS
""FRANK"" J. CASEY
BURLINGTON — Francis
"Frank" J. Casey, 69, of Burlington died Friday, April 20,
2001, in the Vermont Respite House in Williston following a long
illness. Frank was born in Middlebury on Jan. 29, 1932, the son of the
late Walter and Gertrude (Cullinane) Casey. He graduated from Middlebury
High School in 1950 and Springfield College in 1958. Frank served in the
U.S. Air Force during the Korean Conflict. He was a credit manager for
General Electric Credit Corp., Independent Food Co., and Jordan Foods
during his career. He retired in 1992. He was an avid sports enthusiast.
He was a high school football official and the first president of the
Burlington Youth Football Program, which he founded. He was an announcer
at both the Burlington High School football games and St. Michael’s
College basketball games. Frank loved to play golf, especially at the
Burlington Country Club. Frank leaves his wife of 41 years, Betsey
Kelley Casey; two sons, Michael of Worcester, Mass., and Kevin and his
wife, Diane, of Colchester; three grandchildren, Christin, Sean and
Ryan; several nieces and nephews; and his four sets of golf clubs. A
celebration of his life will be held Saturday April 28, at 3 p.m. at
Ready Funeral Chapel, 261 Shelburne Road, Burlington. In lieu of
flowers, donations may be made to the Vermont Respite House, 99 Allen
Brook Lane, Williston, Vt. 05495, where Frank received wonderful, loving
care during the last several months of his illness. Frank’s family will
receive friends following the service at Ready Funeral Home, South
Chapel, 261 Shelburne Road, Burlington.

IDA
C. COTE
NEW HAVEN/WINOOSKI — Ida C. Cote, 91, of New Haven,
formerly of Winooski, died Friday, April 20, 2001, in Porter Medical
Center Middlebury. A complete obituary will appear in Sunday’s
Burlington Free Press. Arrangements are by the LaVigne Funeral Home,
Winooski. 

IDA C. COTE NEW HAVEN/WINOOSKI — Ida C.
Cote, 91, of New Haven, formerly of Winooski, died Friday, April 20,
2001, in Porter Medical Center Middlebury after a short illness.. She
was born in Winooski on June 7, 1909, daughter of Josephat and Clara
(Couture) Dupont. She received her education at the St. Louis Convent in
Winooski. Ida was formerly employed at the Black Cat Restaurant,
Bernardini’s Restaurant, General Electric and St. Michael’s College. She
devoted her life to her family. She is survived by a daughter, Rita D.
Cote of New Haven; a son, Joseph G. Cote of New Haven; a sister, Alice
Morrisseau of California; many nieces, nephews, cousins, in-laws and a
dear friend who was like a sister, Barbara Majarian of Monkton. She was
predeceased by three brothers and two sisters. A Mass of Christian
Burial will be celebrated Monday, April 23, at 10 a.m. in St. Francis
Xavier Catholic Church in Winooski. Interment will be at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Bristol
Rescue Squad, Fitch Avenue, Bristol, Vt. 05443; or the Society of St.
Edmund, Winooski Park, Colchester, Vt. 05446. Visiting hours will be
Sunday, April 22, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. in the La- Vigne Funeral
Home, 132 Main St., Winooski.

KURT
K. GRIEBE
WATERBURY CENTER — Kurt K. Griebe, 92, of Waterbury
Center and more recently of Mayo Assisted Living died Friday, April 20,
2001, in Central Vermont Hospital. He was born in Hamburg, Germany, on
June 16, 1908. Kurt came to the United States as a teenager. His jobs
included being a private investigator in San Francisco and a farmer in
Washington. As a mechanic for USAID, Kurt traveled throughout Asia and
Africa. While in Korea, he met his wife, Hunto, with whom he shared 25
years. Hunto predeceased him in 1996. He was an avid fisherman, gardener
and herbalist. Kurt is survived by his stepdaughter, Yenna Yi of
Vergennes; his grandson, Ano Lobb; and his granddaughter-in-law, Jenny
Hyslop, both of Waterbury Center. Private services will be held in St.
Croix, Virgin Islands. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to
Waterbury Area Senior Center, 14 Stowe St., Waterbury, Vt. 05676; or
Wheels Transportation, 6088 Vermont Route 12, Berlin, Vt. 05602.

CONSTANCE E. SOUTHWELL BURLINGTON —
Constance Ethel Southwell, 52, passed away at the Vermont Respite House
in Williston on April 20, 2001, after a courageous battle with cancer.
Born in South Burlington on Sept. 4, 1948, Constance was the daughter of
Shirley and Fredrick Scott. She graduated from South Burlington High
School in 1966. On March 2, 1974, she married Guy L. Southwell, and
together they began 27 years of marriage, friendship and faithful
companionship. Constance dedicated her life to her family and home and
will be remembered for her wit, her quiet compassion, and her strength
of character and spirit. She was a caregiver to the ailing, a friend and
confidante to children, and a rescuer of homeless pets. She opened her
heart and home to foster children andfriends of her own children, and
she provided solace and shelter for all who came in contact with her.
Constance enjoyed gardening and reading, and on summer evenings could be
found taking sunset walks along the bike path with her adopted cats,
Inte and Mina. Constance leaves behind her husband, partner and friend,
Guy Southwell; two children, Heather and Kyle Southwell; a brother,
Richard Scott; her father, Fredrick Scott; many aunts, uncles, nieces,
nephews and cousins; and two special friends, Marlene Beaudoin and
Shirley Calevro, who offered Constance friendship and hope in her most
difficult times. On Constance’s behalf, her family would like to thank
the staff and volunteers at the Vermont Respite House who protected,
cared for and comforted Constance in her final days, and who
demonstrated the beauty and sanctity of love through service. A
Celebration of Life Ceremony will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday,
April 27, at Elmwood-Meunier Funeral Home, 97 Elmwood Ave., and will be
followed on Saturday by a Mass of Christian Burial in St Mark’s Church
at 1 p.m. Donations may be made in Constance’s memory to the Vermont
Respite House, 99 Allen Brook Lane, Williston, Vt 05495
FRANK P. WAYMAN BURLINGTON — Frank P.
Wayman, 90, of Burlington died in Burlington Health and Rehabilitation
Center on April 20, 2001. He was born in Middlebury on July 31, 1910.
Frank was a longtime resident of Burlington and a well-known Church
Street fixture. He was often seen on Church Street socializing, pushing
his shopping cart, which he used to help himself get around, and playing
the harmonica. Most days he had breakfast at Woolworth’s. Frank was an
"independent thinker, an advocate for his own perception of
rights’. He wore hats at all times, often at a jaunty angle. He was a
coffee drinker and donut eater extraordinaire.’ Frank leaves many
friends in the Burlington area including special friends Darlene,
Dennis, and several others at Burlington Health and Rehabilitation
Center. A funeral service will be held at 3 p.m. Tuesday in the Boucher
and Pritchard Funeral Home, 85 N. Winooski Ave. Friends may call at the
funeral home Tuesday from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Interment will be private in
Lakeview Cemetery. Arrangements are by Boucher & Pritchard Funeral
Directors
April 21
EVELYN R. LAWRENCE BURLINGTON — Evelyn R.
Lawrence, 87, of Burlington died Saturday, April 21, 2001, in Burlington
Health and Rehabilitation Center. She was born in Orange on Sept. 23,
1913, the daughter of the late Fred Bernard and Rachel Lucy (Payne)
Gauthier. She was a graduate of Spaulding High School, Class of 1930.
May 25, 1936, she married Donald Lawrence in St. Sylvester Church in
Graniteville. He predeceased her in April 1988. Evelyn is survived by
her daughters, Jan Lawrence of Shelburne, Carol Lavallee and her
husband, Pete, of Jericho, Diane Brown and her husband, Clem, of
Oakdale, Conn., and Jo Ann Lafayette of Burlington; her sons, Donald
Keith Lawrence and his wife, Cheryl, of Williston, and Richard Lawrence
and his wife, Jo Ann, of Essex Junction; grandchildren Karen Mahoney,
Lisa and Peter Lavalee, Patricia Lewis, Lonnie Maldenado, Jennifer,
Adam, and Cara Lafayette, Ryan and Amanda Lawrence, and Mellissa and
Nicole Lawrence; and nine great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by
daughters Dawn and Patricia Lawrence; sisters Mabel Roberts, Rachel
Bisson, Thelma Eastman, Shirley Welch, and Natalie Campbell; and
brothers Frederick and Kenneth Gauthier. She was a longtime member of
the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. Evelyn was a wonderful,
loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She always enjoyed
having her family with her. A Mass of Christian Burial will be
celebrated Tuesday, April 24, at 10 a.m. in the Cathedral of the
Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church. Interment will follow in
Resurrection Park Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be
made in her memory to the Visiting Nurse Association, 1110 Prim Road,
Colchester, Vt. 05446. Visiting hours will be held Monday, April 23,
from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. in the Ready Feral Home South Chapel, 261
Shelburne Road, Burlington
PATRICIA M. MOTT RICHFORD — Patricia M.
Mott, 81, died Saturday, April 21, 2001, at her home following a long
illness. She was born March 27, 1920, in Highgate, the daughter of the
late James and Vivian (Searles) Barney. She was a resident of Richford
for the past 37 years and was a former resident of Enosburg and Swanton.
She was employed as a waitress at the Hotel Riviera in Swanton. She was
a loving mother and grandmother. She is survived by two daughters,
Sheila Mott and Sandra Wetherby, both of Richford; 10 grandchildren; 14
great-grandchildren; two sisters, Betty Maskell of Highgate Springs and
Rita (Iris) Summers of Barre; and several nieces and nephews. She was
predeceased by her husband, Leslie Mott; three sons, Richard, Frankie,
and Matthew Mott; a grandson, Terrance Mott; a sister, Vera Drinkwine;
and four brothers, Alison, Wilson, James, and Ralph Barney. A graveside
memorial service will bheld Wednesday at noon in the Riverside Cemetery
in Swanton. There will be no calling hours. For those who wish,
contributions in her memory may be made to the Franklin County Home
Health Agency, 3 Home Health Circle, St. Albans, Vt. 05478. Spears
Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements
DONALD ELDRED NICHOLS SAN JOSE,
Calif./ENOSBURG FALLS — Donald E. Nichols, 61, died Saturday, April 21,
2001, in San Jose with Sue, his wife of 36 years. by his side. Don had
been diagnosed with lung cancer exactly one month ago. He was born Nov.
3, 1939, to the late Charles E. and Joyce E. Nichols. He also leaves
three sons, Dan of Seattle, Wash., Steve and his wife, Jennifer, of East
Lansing, Mich., and Jeff and his wife, Rebecca, of Vancouver, Wash. One
of the joys of the last month was meeting his newborn twin
grandchildren, Ryan and Megan Nichols of East Lansing. Don is also
survived by his sisters Sylvia Allen of Essex Junction, Mary Lou Stanley
of Norfolk, Va.; brothers, Ralph Nichols of Andover, Ohio and David
Nichols of Charlotte; a brother-in-law, Jim Walker; and numerous nieces
and nephews. Don was born in Enosburg Falls and grew up on a farm in the
area. He graduated from Enosburg Falls High School in 1957 and moved to
southern California where he attended junior college. It was there that
Don met Elizabeth Ann (Sue) Walker and they married in 1965. They
relocated to San Jose, where Don graduated with a degree in accounting
from San Jose State University in 1967. At San Jose State he was a
member of the Beta Alpha Psi Honorary Accounting Society. After
graduation, Don began his accounting career with Arthur Andersen and
became a Certified Public Accountant. He later left the public
accounting sector and functioned as a corporate controller. At the time
of his death, Don was controller for Golden Gate Technologies, a
California corporation that provides wireless solutions for enterprise
companies. He was a member of the American Institute of Certified Public
Accountants and the California Society of CPAs. While raising three sons
in the Almaden area of San Jose, Don coached Little League and was
active with the YMCA Indian Guides. He enjoyed sports, camping,
traveling with his family and friends, and for many years participated
in a slow-pitch softball league. He was an active member of The Church
of the Chimes and was a deacon there for four years. Don will be greatly
missed by his family, friends, and many business associates. Friends are
invited to attend a memorial celebration of Don’s life on Saturday,
April 28, at 4 p.m. at The Church of the Chimes. A reception will follow
in the Family Life center of the church. The family respectfully
requests memorial contributions to The Church of the Chimes, Attention
""The Journey"" 1447 Bryan Avenue, San Jose, Calif,
95118. This will help fund a new church in San Jose.
MARVIN R. SMITH NEW HAVEN — Marvin R.
Smith, 60, died Saturday, April 21, 2001, at his home in Bristol. He was
born June 26, 1940, in New Haven, the son of Langdon and Caroleen (Keese)
Smith. He was a private man, talented woodworker, engineer of
construction, and he loved his life, children and grandchildren. If he
wasn’t in the house, he could always be found in ""Smitty’s
Shop.” Marvin is survived by his wife of 39 years, Pat (Cota) Smith of
Bristol; three sons, Craig and his wife, Becky, of New Haven Mills,
Ronald of Monkton, and Sean of Bristol; a daughter, Traci and her
friend, Bill, of Bristol; four grandchildren, Justin, Jamie, and
Jennifer of Bristol; a new baby, Shelby Cyr Smith of New Haven Mills;
two brothers, Langdon and his wife, Jean Smith of New Haven, and Charles
Smith of New Haven; a sister, Edith and Gerald Kemp of New Haven Mills;
his mother-in-law, Eliza Cota of Monkton; and several nieces and
nephews. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the Brown-McClay
Funeral Home in Bristol. Interment will be in Morgan Cemetery in East
Monkton. Friends may call at the Brown-McClay Funeral Home in Bristol on
Monday from 7 to 9 p.m. Contributions may be made to New Haven Mills
Church, Attn.: Susan Bennett, 5341 Munger St., New Haven Mills, Vt.
05472.
LILLIAN
M. TICEHURST
BURLINGTON — Lillian M. Ticehurst, 89, of Winooski
died Saturday, April 21, 2001, in Starr Farm Nursing Center after a
short illness. She was born in Burlington on April 7, 1912, daughter of
Edward and Louise (Pratt) Bushey. She was married to Alfred Ticehurst,
who predeceased her May 31, 1955. Lillian is survived by two sons,
Alfred Ticehurst Jr. and his wife, Theresa, of Colchester, and James J.
Ticehurst and his wife, Margaret, of Winooski; five grandchildren,
Richard, Karen, Michael, Steve, and Carol; seven great-grandchildren;
two great-great-grandchildren; a brother, Clarence Bushey and his wife,
Louise, of Springfield, Mass.; a sister, Doris Beauchemin of South
Burlington; and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by a
daughter, Joyce Murphy; a sister, Florida Aubin; and two brothers,
Edward Bushey Jr. and Bernard Bushey. A Mass of Christian Burial will be
celebrated Tuesday, April 24, at 11:30 a.m. in St. Stephen Catholic
Church in Winooski. Interment will be at a later date. In lieu of
flowers, contributions may be made in loving memory of Lillian to St.
Stephen Catholic Church, 115 Barlow St., Winooski, Vt. 05404. Visiting
hours will be Monday, April 23, 2001, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the
La- Vigne Funeral Home, 132 Main St., Winooski.

April 22
ELROY
H. ”TOM” COLLINS
MORRISVILLE/SWANTON — Elroy Collins, 85, died
Sunday, April 22, 2001, in Northwestern Medical Center, following a
brief illness. He was born in Newport Town on Nov.10, 1915, the son of
Harley and Maud (Besaw) Collins. He attended schools in Newport Town and
Westfield, and was active in the Westfield Congregational Church as a
young man. Following his retirement in 1976 from Butterfield Division of
Litton Industries, he moved from his farm in Lowell to Morrisville, and
in July, 2000, he and his wife relocated to Swanton. He was an avid
gardener and was especially proud of his many years harvesting Christmas
trees to be sold throughout the United States. He was a member of the
Northeast Fiddlers’ Association and the Westfield Congregational Church.
He served as a judge at the Craftsbury and Hardwick Fiddlers’ contests
and enjoyed entertaining family, friends and senior citizens with his
”old-time fiddling.” On Feb. 24, 1940 he married Shirley Willis, who
survives him. He is also survived by two sons, Donald and his wife,
Susan, of Swanton, and Russell and his wife, Therese, of Fairlee; one
daughter, Linda Jackman and her husband, Dean, of Colchester;
grandchildren Stephanie Phillips and her husband, Patrick, Gary Collins
and his wife, Ammie, Kristina Collins and her husband, David, Brian
Collins and his wife, Lourdes, Greg Collins and his wife, Jennifer, Tom
Jackman and Sam Jackman; his great-grandchildren Troy, Tara, McKenzie
and Matthew Collins; a sister, Florence Miclette of Coventry, Conn.; a
brother, Durward Collins and his wife, Rita,; brothers and
sisters-in-law Marion and Romeo Myott, Hilda and Yves Daigle, Annette
and Milton Willis, Beverly and Everett Hisman, all of Westfield; as well
as many nieces and nephews. Services will be held in the Congregational
Church in Westfield on Wednesday, April 25, at 11:30 a.m., with
interment to follow at the Westfield Cemetery. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made to the Westfield Congregational Church, in care of
Delpha Coulter, Westfield, Vt. 05874

RHODA ""DODY"" HOPKINS
HARDWICK — Rhoda ”Dody” Hopkins, 70, of Hardwick died Sunday, April
22, 2001, in St. Johnsbury Health and Rehabilitation Center. She was
born Nov. 29, 1930, in Hardwick, the daughter of Reed D. and Glenna
(Bailey) Hopkins. She attended Hardwick public schools, and graduated
from the Hardwick Academy, Class of 1948. In her earlier years she was
employed by West Department Store in Hardwick. She was a part-time mail
carrier, and she owned and operated the Hopkins family farm for many
years retiring in the early 1990s. Rhoda was a member of the United
Church of Hardwick, the Womens Fellowship, Circle 8, of the church, and
the Mackville Home Dem. Other interests included caring for flowers and
plants. She and her companion, John George, built summer camps on East
Long Pond, Nichols Pond, and Coits Pond, where they spent many hours of
enjoyment. Survivors include a brother, R Hopkins of Hardwick; and
several nieces, nephews, and cousins. She was predeceased by a sister,
Ruby Perry, in 1999, and her companion, John George, in 1988. There will
be no visiting hours. Funeral services will be held Saturday, April 28,
at 2:00 in the United Church in Hardwick, with the Rev. June Totten
officiating. Burial will follow in the family lot in the Fairview
Cemetery in Hardwick. In lieu of flowers, contributions in her memory
may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, Vermont Chapter, P.O. Box
1139, Montpelier, Vt. 05601. Arrangements are under the direction of
Dian R. Holcomb of Northern Vermont Funeral Services, 60 Elm St.,
Hardwick
DONNA
LEE LAFAYETTE
BRISTOL — Donna Lee LaFayette, 46, died Sunday, April
22, 2001, in Porter Medical Center Hospital in Middlebury. She was born
Jan. 28, 1955, in Burlington, the daughter of Paul E. and Thelma (LaCross)
Hance. Donna was a member of St. Ambrose Catholic Church in Bristol. She
graduated from Mount Abraham Union High School in 1975. Donna was a
dispatcher for Bristol Rescue Squad for many years and the Bristol
Rescue Squad Auxiliary. She was also a Cub Scout leader. Donna is
survived by her husband, Leonard LaFayette, three children, Jessica L.
Clodgo, Stephen Clodgo, Jr. and Jenna Bushey, and her parents, Paul and
Thelma Hance, all of Bristol; three sisters and their husbands,
Christine and Donald Willis of South Carolina, Joan and Halsey Dunton of
Essex Junction, and Sharon and Craig Voigt also of South Carolina; and
several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by two brothers, Paul
and Stephen. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m.
Wednesday, April 25, in St. Ambrose Catholic Church in Bristol.
Interment will be in Mount St. Joseph Cemetery in Bristol. Friends may
call at the Brown-McClay Funeral Home in Bristol on Tuesday April 24,
from 3:30 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Contributions may be made in Donna’s
honor to St. Ambrose Catholic Church or the Bristol Rescue Squad,
Bristol, Vt. 05443.

KIMBERLY
JO MLEKO
MILTON — Kimberly Jo Mleko, 32, of Milton, died
unexpectedly Sunday, April 22, 2001. She was born June 26, 1968, in
Lansing, Mich., the daughter of Donald Mleko and Cathleen (Fedewa) Mleko.
She graduated from Houghton High School in Michigan, Community College
of Vermont in 1999, and was attending Champlain College. She is survived
by her son, Joshua Lacroix; her mother, Cathleen Mleko of Essex
Junction; her father, Donald Mleko of Baraga, Mich; a brother, Craig
Mleko of Davie, Fla; a sister, Shana Mleko of Charlotte; a half brother
Christian Mleko of Baraga; her maternal grandparents, Jerome and Dawn
Fedewa of Diamondale, Mich; her paternal grandfather, George Mleko of
Portland, Mich; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. She was
predeceased by her brother Shawn Mleko on May, 1, 2000. A Mass of
Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday, April 27, at 11 a.m. in St.
Lawrence Roman Catholic Church, 153 West St., Essex Junction. Interment
will take place at the convenience of the family in Michigan. There will
be no visiting hours. Arrangements are by Ready Funeral Home, Mountain
View Chapel, 68 Pinecrest Drive, Essex Junction.

HAZEL B. SMITH BURLINGTON — Hazel B.
Smith went to be with the Lord on Sunday, April 22, 2001. She was the
wife of Howard M. Smith Jr., who predeceased her in 1999. They both grew
up in the New York City area and came to Vermont in 1947, when Howard
joined the faculty of the University of Vermont. They were very active
in several churches and helped to found the North Avenue Christian and
Missionary Alliance Church. Hazel was a church organist and taught music
both in the Colchester schools and privately. Hazel leaves her children
and their spouses, Marjorie and David Waggy of Waterford, Va., Jean and
Alan Holmes of Burlington, and Ruth and Geoffrey Anderson of Cincinnati,
Ohio; her grandchildren and their spouses, Adam and Robbi Holmes of
Rotterdam, N.Y., Christie Holmes of Burlington, Heather Anderson of
Charleston, S.C., Jason and Kristi Anderson of Edelstein, Ill., and
Kathryn and Scott McAlpine of Virginia; her great-grandchildren,
Harrison and William Holmes and Bryce and Courtney McAlpine; her
sisters, Mildred Housman and Ruth Bricker, both of Tampa, Fla.; as well
as many loving friends. A celebration service will be held Saturday,
April 28, at 11 a.m. at the North Avenue Alliance Church, 901 North
Ave., Burlington. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to
the church’s audio-visual system fund. Arrangements are in the care of
Elmwood-Meunier Funeral Home.

ETHEL (BERGERON) WILLSON
ESSEX JUNCTION — Ethel C. (Bergeron) Willson, 75, daughter of the late Joseph
and Ethel Bergeron, passed away April 22, 2001, in Clovis Convalescent
Hospital in Clovis, Calif. She lived in Covina, Calif., from 1953 until
September 2001, when she moved to Fresno, Calif., to be closer to her brother
and family. She was in an assisted-care facility until April 17, when she was
moved to the Clovis facility. She had been diagnosed with ALS She is survived
by a sister, Frances Culver; and two brothers, Harold Bergeron and his wife,
Mary, of Essex Junction, and Wilfred Bergeron and his wife, Virginia, of
Fresno; and several nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held in
Essex Junction on May 14, 2001, at 7 p.m. in the First Congregational Church.
A service will also be held in Covina for her many friends at a later date.
Remembrances may be sent to the ALS Research Center, Johns Hopkins University,
600 N. Wolfe St. 6-109, Baltimore, Md. 21287

April 23
TODD
R. AYLWARD
MIDDLESEX/WATERBURY — Todd R. Aylward, 37, passed away
unexpectedly Monday, April 23, 2001. Born in Montpelier on Nov. 19,
1963, he was the son of Richard and Nancy (Eastman) Aylward of Duxbury.
Todd was a 1981 graduate of Harwood Union High School in Duxbury. He
also attended Champlain College in Burlington. As a young man, he worked
with his family for the Crystal Ice Co. of Waterbury. He later worked as
a carpenter in the central and northern Vermont areas. Most recently, he
was the owner of the Aylward Stone and Tile Co. of Middlesex. Todd was a
uniquely talented craftsman. His stone and tile work can be seen in
homes and buildings throughout Vermont and New York. His memberships
included the Waterbury-Stowe Fish and Game Club, the LCI fishing derby,
the Waterbury Ambulance Service. His leisure time was spent enjoying
hunting, fishing, woodworking and spending time at his camp in Morgan.
He is survived by his fiancee, Fonda Papineau of Middlesex; his
daughter, Cassandra Aylward of Moretown; his parents of Duxbury; two
sisters, Kim Jones and her husband, Todd, of Waterbury Center, and Katie
Wells and her husband, Shannon, of Duxbury; two brothers, Darrin Aylward
and his partner, Jennifer Grace, of Duxbury, and Toby Aylward of
Waterbury, a stepson, Shawn Papineau of Waterbury; a stepdaughter, Tanya
Jarvis and her husband, Jason, of Waterbury; a stepgranddaughter,
Savannah Papineau of Waterbury; a special aunt, Lorraine Fava of
Moretown; nine nieces; one nephew; and a Godchild, Chelcy Branon. Todd
was a loving and caring father for his daughter, Cassandra, and he had a
very special relationship with his nieces and nephew. Friends may call
at the Perkins-Parker Funeral Home in Waterbury, Saturday, April 28,
from 3 to 6 p.m. There will be no memorial service. In lieu of flowers,
memorial contributions may be made to Camp Ta-Kum-Ta, P.O. Box 576,
Waterbury, Vt. 05676. Arrangements are in the care of Perkins-Parker
Funeral Home in Waterbury.

PATRICIA M. BERNARD GEORGIA — Mrs.
Patricia M. Bernard, 68, died Monday evening, April 23, 2001, in
Fletcher Allen Health Care following a brief illness. She was born in
St. Albans on Sept. 7, 1932, to the late Leo D. and Dora (Germain)
Berthiaume. Patricia graduated from St. Mary’s High School in 1950. She
retired from IBM in 1993. She had also worked for many years at Verdelle
Village Nursing Home, and with her husband, Donald, on the
""Horseshoe Farm"" in Georgia. In 1952, Pat married
Donald E. Bernard. She was a member of St. Mary’s Parish and a
participant in the Perpetual Adoration Society along with her husband.
Family and friends meant everything to Pat; she loved us all and we will
miss her dearly. She always took great pride in her holiday and Sunday
afternoon family meals. She was an avid fiddler enthusiast, a member of
the Northeast Fiddlers Association, and piano accompanist. Pat also
loved to entertain fiddling friends. Friday night jam sessions with her
devoted husband, Don, and cherished friends and family over the past 20
years will long be remembered. Besides her loving husband of 48 years,
she is survived by her three sons, Randall and his wife, Gail, of
Jonesville, Timothy of Georgia, John and his wife, Karen, of St. Albans;
three sisters-in-law Marilyn Berthiaume of St. Albans, Maxine Thompson
of St. Joseph, Mo., and Barbara Bernard of Burlington; four
grandchildren, Jim Fulcher of Washington, Iowa, and Samantha, Donald and
Kenneth Bernard of St. Albans; several nieces, nephews,and cousins and
many special fiddling friends. She was predeceased by her parents; two
daughters, Donna Lynn in 1959 and Patty Ann in 1965; a sister, Alma
DeVarney in 1987; three brothers, Leroy Berthiaume in 1978, Phillip
Berthiaume in 1989, and Russell Berthiaume in 1931; and her dear friend
Betty West in 1999. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated
Thursday, April 26, at 11 a.m. in St. Marys Church. Friends may call at
the Brady & Levesque Funeral Home, 86 S. Main St., St. Albans, from
2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. Interment will follow in the Holy
Cross Cemetery. Arrangements are entrusted to the Brady & Levesque
Funeral Home.
WILLIAM
F. GONYEAU
MILTON — William F. Gonyeau, 74, died Monday, April 23,
2001, in Fletcher Allen Health Care, Burlington, following a short
illness. Bill was born Jan. 30, 1927, in South Burlington, the son of
Ira and Agnes (Hutchins) Gonyeau. He married Virginia
""Ginny"" Richards on Aug. 18, 1950. Mr. Gonyeau was
a U.S. Army veteran, having served in World War II. He had worked for
G.S. Blodgett, Velan Valve, and Wyeth Nutritionals. In addition to his
wife, Ginny of Milton, Bill is survived by his children, Carol Mable and
her husband, Bruce, of North Fayston, Sharon Pedrick and her husband,
Richard Jr., of Rochester, N.H., Richard Gonyeau and his wife, Robin, of
Milton, Brenda Wallace of Berlin, N.H. and Sheila Reagan and her
husband, Brian, of Indialantic, Fla.; six grandchildren; a brother,
Roger Gonyeau, of South Burlington; a sister, Barbara Robar of Milton;
and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his brother Roy
Gonyeau in 1983. At the family’s request, funeral services will be
private. Memorials in Mr. Gonyeau’s name may be made to the American
Cancer Society, New England Division, 11 Loomis St., Montpelier, Vt.
05602-3021. Arrangements are by the Minor Funeral Home in Milton.

ELLEN
B. (O’DONNELL) KING
MILTON — Ellen B. (O’Donnell) King, 72, of
Milton, died unexpectedly Monday, April 23, 2001 at Fletcher Allen
Health Care in Burlington. She was born August 19, 1928, the daughter of
the late Richard W. and Lillian B. (Richards) O’Donnell. She was raised
and lived her entire life in Milton. As a young woman, Eileen was a
journalist for the Burlington Daily News and worked several years at
Doolin’s Department Store in St. Albans. Eileen served her community in
many different areas including the Milton PTA, Mother’s Club, The Legion
Auxiliary, and Chittenden Chapter 59 Order of the Eastern Stars. Most
recently she enjoyed being an active member of the Milton Senior Center
and the Milton Historical Society. Later in life, Eileen cared for and
was the companion to many of our communities elderly. She is survived by
her former husband Neil E. King, and their six children; Stuart and his
wife, Sheryl, of Burlington, Brenda Stewart of Shelburn, Darryl of
Gainsville, Va., Kevin of Underhill, Stephen of Colchester, Lisa Trkulja
of Colchester; her thirteen precious granchildren, Shelby, Shaun and
Shannon King and their spouses, Heather Ferrara and William Bartlett and
their spouses, Andrew Stewart, Sara Lowell and her spouse, Darrell and
his spouse, Adam, Lia and Therese King, and Bradley and Brittany Trkulja;
eight great-grandchildren, and her very dear friend Karen Ripley. Eileen
was predeceased by her parents and many aunts and uncles. Visiting hours
will be at Hayes-Rich Funeral Home on Thursday, April 26 from 2 to 4 and
7 to 9 p.m. The Chittenden Chapter 59 O.E.A. will conduct a wake service
at the funeral home at 7:30 p.m. Funeral services will be Friday, April
27 at 2 p.m. in the United Church of Milton with Pastor Jeffrey Cornwell
officiatiing. Interment will follow in the family lot in Miltonboro
Cemetery, Milton. Memorial contributions may be made in Eileens memory
to Milton Rescue Squad, 43 Bombardier Drive, Milton 05468 or
Arrowhead-Milton Senior Center, Inc. Middle Road, Milton, Vt. 05468.
Arrangements are by the Hayes Rich Funeral Home, 1176 Main St. Fairfax.

ELLEN SCOTT MANLEY JOHNSON — Ellen Scott
Manley, 97, a long time Johnson resident, passed away Monday April 23,
2001, in Copley Hospital in Morrisville. She was born in Cambridge on
October 26, 1903, the daughter of Edgar and Alma (Child) Scott. Ellen
graduated from Johnson High School in 1921 and Johnson Normal School in
1926. She taught elementary school in Eden and at the Calvery
Preventorium, a tuberculosis hospital in Pittsford. She was a substitute
ral mail carrier in Johnson from 1950 to 1964. She was a member of the
United Church of Johnson and the Order of the Eastern Star. Her hobbies
were gardening, reading, bird feeding and spending time with family. On
October 2, 1926, she married Donald W. Manley in Franklin, who
predeceased her in 1989. She is survived by three sons and their wives,
Donald W. and Mary (Eide) Manley Jr. of Escondido, Calif, Richard A. and
Jeannine (Codin) Manley of Hendersonville, N.C., and John S. and Donna
(Christian) Manley of South Burlington; two sisters, Ruth (Scott)
Langdell of Morrisville and Georgia (Scott) and her husband, Roger S.
Jones, of Johnson; her sister-in-law Laura Scott of Hyde Park; 14
grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her
brother, Norman L. Scott in October, 1999. A memorial service will be
held at the desGroseilliers Funeral Home Chapel on Main Street in
Johnson at a later date with interment in the Lamoille View Cemetery in
Johnson. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Ellen’s memory may be made
to Meals on Wheels, P.O. Box 1427, Morrisville, Vt. desGroseilliers
Funeral Home, Main St. Johnson is in charge of the arrangements
WILLIAM F. O’HARE HATBORO, PA — William
F. O’Hare, 75, of Hatboro, Pa. died April 23, 2001. He was born in
Brookline, Mass., the son of the late James F. O’Hare and Mildred
(Mullen) O’Hare. He was the husband of the late Constance G. (Grasso)
O’Hare. Mr. O’Hare was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. He had been
employed as a divisional office manager with Nabisco for 30 years.
William was the father of Patrick J. O’Hare of Corpus Christi, Texas,
Colleen A. Fitzpatrick of Coopersburg, Kathleen M. McGonigle of
Warminster, and James F. O’Hare of Altemont Springs, Fla.; grandfather
of eight; brother of Arlene Wright of Colchester, Joanne Charbonneau of
Carrollton, Texas, and the late James F. O’Hare. Friends may call
Wednesday, April 25, from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday, April 26 from 8:30
to 9:30 a.m. at the Louis S. Plunkett Funeral Home, 529 N. York Road.,
Hatboro.The Funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. Thursday in St. Joseph’s
Church, County Line & Easton Roads, Warrington. Interment will be in
Resurrection Cemetery in Bensalem. In lieu of flowers, donations made to
the Hospice of St. John, Seaton Hall, 4th Floor, 421 Chew St. Allentown,
Pa. 18102 would be appreciated.
JOHN F. PENDERS MILTON — John F. Penders,
67, of Milton passed away Monday, April 23, 2001, in Fletcher Allen
Health Care, Burlington. He was born in Burlington on Aug. 6, 1933, the
son of Robert J. and Catherine (Murray) Penders. He served his country
honorably during the Korean Conflict with the U.S. Navy. In 1960, he
married the former Louise Ballard. He was employed with Sears, Roebuck
& Company for 35 years until his retirement. He later worked at
Union Memorial School in Colchester. He leaves his wife of 40 years,
Louise Penders of Milton; his daughter, Mary Palin of Vergennes; his
son, Phillip Penders of Milton; his grandchildren Matthew and Jessica
Palin, both of Vergennes; his brother, Robert Penders and his wife,
Ellie, of South Burlington; two sisters, Elaine Penders, and Joyce
Bouchard and her husband, Emmerson, all of Burlington; his very special
aunt, Valeta Charron of Williston; and several nieces, nephews and
cousins. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his sister,
Shirley Duhaime, in 2000. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated
Thursday at 10:30 a.m. in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in
Burlington,with interment following in Resurrection Park, South
Burlington. Visiting hours are Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at
Elmwood Meunier Funeral Home, 97 Elmwood Ave., Burlington. Those wishing
may send memorial donations to the Vermont Heart Association, 434
Hurricane Lane, Williston, Vt., 05495
HARRY
E. PICCINI
ESSEX JUNCTION — Harry E. Piccini, 88, died April 23,
2001, in Burlington. He was born in Rutland on Jan. 12, 1913, the son of
Aristide and Ida (Franzoni) Piccini. Surviving are his friend and
companion, Ida LaFreniere of Essex Junction; three sons, Harry R.
Piccini of South Burlington, Raymond T. Piccini of Victorville, Calif.,
and Richard J. Piccini of Santa Clarita, Calif.; three sisters, Madeline
Louras of Rutland, Lea Crowley of Dennis, Mass., and Vera Walsh of
Brunswick, Ga.; eight grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and
several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his former wife, Nancy
R. Piccini, in 1998; and a sister, Gloria P. Frankiewicz, in 2001. A
funeral Mass will be celebrated Friday at 1 p.m. in St. Peter Church in
Rutland. Burial will follow in Evergreen Cemetery in Rutland. There are
no calling hours. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made
to a Visiting Nurse Association of your choice. Clifford Funeral Home in
Rutland is in charge of arrangements.

LILLIAN
G. PLOOF
COLCHESTER — Lillian G. Ploof, 74, of Colchester died
Monday, April 23, 2001, in her home. She was born in Landgrove, on March
20, 1927, the daughter of the late Arthur and Elfie (Monroe) Crandall.
She had been employed as the head cook at the Howard Johnson Restaurant
for over 25 years. She is survived by her son, Jack A. Ploof of North
Ferrisburg; seven grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; a step son,
Robert Ploof of Saratoga Springs N.Y.; four sisters, Katie Keyes of
Manchester, Florence Capen of Shaftsbury, Sara Townsley of Manchester,
and Christina Bushman of Texas; and many nieces and nephews. She was
predeceased by her husband, Loyal, in 1978; her daughter, Marcia, in
1998; and her son, Loyal Jr., in 2000. Funeral services will be Friday,
April 27, at 11 a.m. in Ready Funeral Chapel, 261 Shelburne Road,
Burlington with interment to follow in Lake View Cemetery, Burlington.
There will be no visiting hours.

ALICE
GREGG ROGERS
BREWSTER, Mass. — Alice Gregg Rogers, 92, died April
23, 2001, in Pleasant Bay Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center in
Brewster after a long illness. She was the widow of Frederick I. Rogers,
who died in 1973. Born and educated in Windsor, Conn., Mrs. Rogers was
the daughter of Clinton Porter Gregg and Emily Frances Gregg. She lived
in Manchester, Conn., until 1969, when she and Mr. Rogers moved to West
Dennis. She moved to Harwich Port in 1986. In Manchester, she was an
active member of South United Methodist Church and worked for many years
at the Lappen Insurance Agency. Upon moving to Massachusetts, she became
an active member of Pilgrim Congregational Church in Harwich Port. She
was also a member of the Harwich-Dennis Branch of the Cape Cod Hospital
Auxiliary and the Garden Club of Harwich. She leaves two daughters,
Janis R. Latham of Brewster and Jean R. Pilcher of Burlington, Vt.,
formerly of Wellfleet, Mass.; a sister, June G. Shafer of Windsor,
Conn.; five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; and several
nieces and a nephew. A celebration of her life will be held in early
summer on a date to be announced. Friends may make gifts in her memory
to Pilgrim Congregational Church, 533 Route 28, Harwich Port, Mass.
02646.

April 24
WILLIAM
E. ""BILL” AUSTIN
WAITSFIELD — William E.
""Bill” Austin, 71, passed away at his home in Waitsfield on
Tuesday, April 24, 2001. Born in East Orange, N.J., on April 17, 1930,
he was the son of the late William B. Austin and Isabel (Luckey) Austin.
April 24, 1975, he married the former Ellen Meyer in Summit, N.J. He was
previously married to the former Roberta Florin of Belle Vista, Ark.
William was a graduate of Blair Academy in Blairstown, N.J. William
served his country during the Korean War with the U.S. Navy. After his
discharge from the Navy, he returned to New Jersey, working for many
years as co-owner with his brother, Peter, of the Caroline Dry Cleaners
and Rub-A-Dub laundries. William moved to Waitsfield in 1978 and started
the Black Sheep Farm, where he and his wife bred and raised Suffolk
sheep for 17 years. William was past president of the Vermont Sheep
Breeders Association and director of the Lake Champlain chapter of the
Antique and Classic Boat Society. His memberships included the Couples
Club and the American Legion Unit 75, both of Waitsfield. He is survived
by his wife of Waitsfield; a son, William Robert Austin and his wife,
Samantha, of Durham, N.C.; five daughters, Christine Haworth and her
husband, BJ, of Clearwater, Fla., Lynn Schilling and her husband,
Richard, of South Burlington, Cynthia Rademacher and her husband, Greg,
of Long Valley, N.J., Pamela Falcone and her husband, Christopher, of
Morris Plains, N.Y., and Melissa Follett of Parker, Colo.; a brother,
Peter Austin and his wife, Marilyn, of New Jersey and Florida; four
stepchildren; 12 grandchildren; six stepgrandchildren; two nieces; and a
nephew. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated from Our Lady of
the Snows Church in Waitsfield on Saturday, April 28, at 10 a.m. Friends
may call at the Perkins-Parker Funeral Home in Waterbury on Friday,
April 27, from 7 to 9 p.m. Later interment will take place in Waitsfield
Common Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made
to Central Vermont Home Health and Hospice, 600 Granger Road, Barre, Vt.
05641. Arrangements are in the care of Perkins-Parker Funeral Home,
Waterbury.

PATRICIA
A. BERRY
ESSEX JUNCTION — Patricia A. Berry, 58, of Essex Junction
died Tuesday, April 24, 2001, in the Vermont Respite House in Williston
following a courageous battle with cancer. She was born in Bridgewater
on Jan. 18, 1943, the daughter of Louis and Carrie (Baker) Gould.
Patricia was married in Rutland on Feb. 24, 1962, to Wayne Berry. She
held many jobs in the community throughout her working years, her most
recent being in the cafeteria at Fletcher Allen Health Care, Fanny Allen
campus. She was a member of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Barnet,
VFW Ladies Auxiliary in Essex Junction and the RVA. Patricia was an avid
bowler and bingo player. She enjoyed her grandchildren, traveling,
especially to Arizona, caring for others, and was a devoted friend to
many. Her most treasured moments were spent watching the sunset on her
boat with her devoted husband. Patricia’s family would like to thank all
of you who supported her and us during this difficult time. A very
heartfelt thank you to the staff and volunteers at the Vermont Respite
House for all the care and support you gave us. She is survived by her
husband of 39 years, Wayne of Essex Junction; her children and
grandchildren, Yvonne Schraml and her husband, Joseph, and their
children, Joseph II and Katelyn, of Essex Junction; Timothy and his
wife, Carole, of Scottsdale, Ariz., and Scott and his wife, Valerie, of
Chandler, Ariz; her mother, Carrie Gould of West Rutland; a sister,
Stella Black of Brandon; two brothers and their wives, Edward and Sharon
Gould of Rutland, and Theodore and Lee Gould of Brandon; mother-in-law
Doris Berry of Ryegate; sister-in-law, Priscilla Blanchard and her
husband, David, of Glastonbury, Conn.; and many nieces and nephews. She
was predeceased by her father, Louis Gould; and father-in-law Roger
Berry. Funeral services will be held Friday, April 27, at 11 a.m. in
Calvary Baptist Church in Essex Junction. Burial will be in Blue
Mountain Cemetery in Ryegate. For those who wish, donations in her
memory may be made to Vermont Respite House, 99 Allen Brook Lane,
Williston, Vt. 05495. Visiting hours will be held Thursday from 2 to 4
and 7 to 9 p.m. in the Ready Funeral Home, Mountain View Chapel, 68
Pinecrest Drive, Essex Junction.

JULIA
WHITNEY WOODS McINTIRE
NORTHFIELD — Julia Whitney Woods McIntire,
96, longtime resident of Northfield, died Tuesday, April 24, 2001, at
her home on Central Street. She was born March 6, 1905, in Rindge, N.H.
She was the adopted daughter of Dr. Fred and Mary (Jordan) Woods. She
was a graduate of Portland (Maine) High School. She attended one year at
MacDuffe School for Girls in Springfield, Mass.; then earned a
bachelor’s degree from Vassar College. She continued her education at
Shaw Business College in Portland. In 1974, she was awarded an honorary
master’s degree in literature from Norwich University. July 1, 1936, she
married Sumner H. McIntire in Cape Elizabeth, Maine. In August, they
moved to Northfield, when her husband joined the Norwich University
physics department faculty. She taught several years at the high school
level and two years at Westbrook Junior College in Portland. Mrs.
McIntire was an extremely active volunteer for many causes and
organizations. She was quite active with children’s programs at the
Northfield schools, the United Church youth activities and the Girl
Scouts. She was with the Red Cross for 25 years, a member of the Mayo
Hospital Auxiliary; she helped with the merger of the Mayo Hospital
Auxiliary with the Central Vermont Hospital Auxiliary and was the first
combined member; she was past president of the state of Vermont Hospital
Auxiliary and past director of the Washington County Mental Health
Association. In later years, she enjoyed researching and writing about
the history of Northfield. She was published many times in the
Northfield News and was instrumental in the development and writing of
""Green Mountain Heritage,” an extensive town history. She
later collaborated with Richard Cleveland in the photographic history of
Northfield entitled ""Picture Northfield.” She edited and
annotated memories written in the William Hassett book,
""While I Remember.” Volumes of Mrs. McIntire’s historical
notes have been put into the historical files at the society’s Paine
House. Her work was recognized April 18 by the state of Vermont’s
Historical Society and the League of Local Historical Societies; they
awarded her a Lifetime Achievement Award for outstanding contributions
to the Northfield Historical Society and the community of Northfield.
She was a member of St. Mary Episcopal Church in Northfield, Northfield
Historical Society, Northfield Ladies Reading Circle and Northfield
Senior Citizens. She is survived by her husband of 64 years, Sumner of
Northfield; two daughters, Nancy Stevens and her husband, Harold, of
Hardwick, and Mary Moberly and her husband, Verne, of West Townshend;
four grandchildren, Dean Hill and his wife, Ann, Dianne LaCasse, Janet
Hill and her husband, Harold, and Clay Hill; 11 great-grandchildren; one
great-great-grandchild; and many nieces and nephews. Mrs. McIntire was
predeceased by two brothers. There are no public calling hours. A
memorial Mass will be celebrated Friday, April 27, at 10 a.m. in St.
Mary Episcopal Church on South Main Street in Northfield. Burial will
take place in Mount Hope Cemetery in Northfield. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made in her memory to the Brown Public Library, 93 S.
Main St., Northfield, Vt. 05663, to be placed in a fund for the
historical advancement of Northfield’s youth. Kingston Funeral Home in
Northfield is in charge or arrangements.

April 25


EDWARD C. DUBOIS
STRATFORD, Conn — Edward C. Dubois, 72, of Stratford
died Thursday, April 25, 2001, in the Veterans Administration Medical Center
in West Haven. Born in Burlington on Dec. 9, 1929, to the late Alfred H.
Dubois and Eva St. John Dubois, he had resided in Stratford for 20 years.
Mr. Dubois was a retired security guard. He was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran
of the Korean War. He is survived by several nieces and nephews. Private
interment was at the State of Connecticut Veteran Cemetery in Middletown.

DONALD
GREGORY FIELDS
WEYBRIDGE — Donald Gregory Fields, 75, passed away
Wednesday, April 25, 2001, in Cedar Lane Rehabilitation Center in
Waterbury. He was born in Louisville, Ky., on Sept. 2, 1925, the son of
Clarence and Martha (Logston) Fields. Mr. Fields was a retired
commanding sergeant major of the U.S. Army, earning many medals of
merit. He also worked as a salesman and owned the Vac & Sew Shop in
Middlebury. He obtained 4th Degree Knight status in the Knights of
Columbus. He is survived by three sons, David Fields and his wife,
Kitty, of Rutland, Charles ""Chuck” Fields and his wife,
Jean, of Bridport, and Donald Fields of Breckinridge, Colo.; three
daughters, Debbie DiClemente and her husband, Vincent, of Scottsdale,
Ariz., Pam Smith and her husband, Donald, of Southington, Conn., and
Diana Lally and her husband, Jay, of Webster, Mass.; 10 grandchildren,
Lisa, Christina, Bobbi-jo, Manda, Elizabeth, Dallas, Jessica, Greg,
Caleb and Christopher; and many nieces, nephews and cousins. He was
predeceased by his wife of 42 years, Margaret ""Margo”
Fields, in 1998. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated
Saturday,April 28, at 10a.m. in St. Mary Catholic Church in Middlebury
by the Rev.Albert Baltz, pastor of St. Marys Church Catholic in
Brandon.Graveside committal services and burial will take place in the
family lot in St. Amadeus Cemetery in Alburg. Friends may call Friday
April 27, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Sanderson Funeral Service, 117 S. Main
St., Middlebury. Memorial donations may be made to St. Mary School,
College Street, Middlebury, Vt. 05753. Sanderson Funeral Service is in
charge of arrangements.

GRACE
ISABEL LESSOR GRIMES
GREENSBORO, N.C. — Mrs. Grace Isabel Lessor
Grimes of 407 Meadowood St., Greensboro, wife of John (Wally) Grimes,
died unexpectedly April 25, 2001, surrounded by her family. A Mass of
Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Friday, April 27, in St.
Paul the Apostle Catholic Church. Burial will be in Vermont at a later
date. She is survived by her husband of 56 years; and her seven
children, Donna and her husband, John Harnish, Rodney and his wife,
Koreen Grimes, Brenda and her husband, Bruce Norton, Gregory and his
wife, Linda Grimes, Tina and her husband, John Pepi, Peggy and her
husband, Barry Furr, and Jeffrey and his wife, Ellen Grimes; 11
grandchildren, Jamie and his wife, Pamela Harnish, Christopher, Aimee,
and Heather Grimes, Taylor Norton, Jason and John Grimes, Laura and
Christine Pepi, and Lindsay and Matthew Furr; a brother, Leo Lessor of
Middlebury, Vt.; and a sister, Margaret Naiden of Burlington, Vt.
""Grandma” will be remembered for her sense of humor, her
contagious laughter, her giving ways and her endless loving devotion to
her family. There will be no visitation. In lieu of flowers,
contributions may be directed to one’s favorite charity.

CHEROLYN
M. THURESSON
COLCHESTER — Cherolyn M. Thuresson, 61, of Colchester
died Wednesday, April 25, 2001, in Fletcher Allen Health Care in
Burlington. A complete obituary will appear in Friday’s Burlington Free
Press. Arrangements are by the LaVigne Funeral Home, Winooski. 

CHEROLYN M. THURESSON COLCHESTER —
Cherolyn M. Thuresson, 61, of Colchester died Wednesday, April 25, 2001,
in Fletcher Allen Health Care in Burlington after a brief illness. She
was born in Winooski on April 15, 1940, the daughter of the late Lyle B.
and Blanche (Mercury) Archambault. She was a graduate of Mount St.
Mary’s Academy, Class of 1957, and Putnam Memorial Hospital School of
Nursing, Class of 1958. Cherolyn was an operating room nurse at Fanny
Allen Hospital. She was an avid reader and enjoyed spending time with
family and friends. She is survived by three children, Robert B.
Thuresson and his wife, Kim, of Tucson, Ariz., Theresa L. Fortner of
Colchester, and Donald R. Thuresson and his wife, Jeanette, of Tucson,;
six grandchildren; a brother-in-law, Raymond Fuller of Tennessee; a
sister-in-law, Albina Archambault of Ohio; three aunts; many nieces,
nephews, and cousins. She was predeceased by her sister, Jean Ann Fuller
in 1989, and herbrother, Douglas P. Archambault, in 1994. A Mass of
Christian Burial will be celebrated Saturday, April 28, at 11 a.m. in
Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church in Colchester. Interment will follow
in St. Stephen’s Cemetery in Colchester. In lieu of flowers, memorial
contributions may be made to Make-A-Wish Foundation of Vermont, 100
Dorset St. # 14, South Burlington, Vt. 05403. Visiting hours will be
Friday, April 27, from 7 to 9 p.m. in the LaVigne Funeral Home, 132 Main
St., Winooski.

April 26
WALTER J. BURBO SR. BURLINGTON — Walter
J. Burbo Sr., 72, passed away Thursday, April 26, 2001, in Fletcher
Allen Health Care after a long illness. He was born in Burlington on
Aug. 28, 1928, the son of Joseph and Delia (Bessette) Burbo. He attended
Burlington schools and worked in the American Woolen Mill, where he
became acquainted with his future wife, the former Helen M. Lister. They
were married on Aug. 30, 1947. He served honorably with the Vermont Army
National Guard, and for over 20 years was employed with the Burlington
Street Department. He later worked as a mechanic at Lake View Buick.
Walt was a long-time usher and parishioner at St. Joseph Co-Cathedral
and was a former member of the D.A.V. He enjoyed hunting, fishing,
bowling and his family very much. He leaves his wife of 53 years, Helen
M. Burbo of Burlington; nine children and their spouses, Walter J. Bbo
Jr. of St. George, Ann and Rodney Terry of Hinesburg, Mary Lou and Allen
Barr, Joan and David Wood, and Michael N. Burbo, all of Burlington,
Nancy and Carl Terry Jr., David C. and Danielle Burbo, and Mark and
Sharon Burbo, all of Milton, and Judith Ann and Edmund Parent of
Burlington; 22 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; four brothers and
their spouses, Reginald, Kenneth, Douglas and Linda Burbo, and Victor
and Debra Burbo; five sisters and their spouses, Margaret Stevens,
Katheryn and Bill Tobin, Helen and Jim Terhune, Elizabeth and Bernard
Parrot and Mary Lemons; his aunt, Bertha Hills of Westfield, Mass.; and
many nieces, nephews, and cousins. In addition to his parents, Walt was
predeceased by his brother, Joseph Burbo, and a nephew, Rodney Gene
Terry. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Monday, April 30,
at 1 p.m. in St. Joseph Co-Cathedral with interment following n Lake
View Cemetery. Visiting hours are Sunday, April 29, from 2 to 4 and 7 to
9 p.m. at Elmwood-Meunier Funeral Home, Burlington. The family wishes to
extend a sincere thank you to the VNA, especially nurse Nancy Carlson,
and McClure 5 Cardiac Unit staff at Fletcher Allen for all good
kindnesses. Those wishing may send memorial donations to the VNA, 1110
Prim Road, Colchester, Vt. 05446
LEODORE
H. DOXTER
FERRISBURGH — Leodore H. Doxter, 72, died Thursday, April
26, 2001, in Fletcher Allen Health Care in Burlington. He was born Aug.
26, 1928, in Newport, N.H., the son of Robert H. and Louise (Terrien)
Doxter. Leo was a member of the Vergennes Victory Baptist Church and a
member of Addison County Eagles 3801. Leo was a farmer in New Hampshire,
New York and Vermont. He was an active member of the Cattlemen’s
Association. Leo was an avid sports fan. He is survived by his wife of
52 years, Ruth (Dow) Doxter of Ferrisburgh; five daughters, Luanne
Doxter and her friend, Dan, of St. George, Sandra and her husband,
Robert Duprey of Ferrisburgh, Tammy and her husband, Ron Brunet of
Ferrisburgh, Tracey and her husband, Thomas Jerome of New Haven, and
Laurie and her husband, Sipili (Gus) Mutini of Connecticut; 12
grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; two brothers and their wives,
Richard and Dorothy Doxter and Alfred and Priscilla Doxter; a sister,
Viola White, all of New Hampshire; and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held Monday, April 30, at 10 a.m. in the
Vergennes Victory Baptist Church. Interment will be in Gage Cemetery in
Ferrisburgh. Friends may call at the Brown-McClay Funeral Home in
Vergennes on Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. Contributions may be made to the
Vergennes Area Rescue Squad, Vergennes, Vt. 05491.

VIRGINIA
(GINNY) MORAN FITZGERALD
CHARLOTTE — Virginia (Ginny) Moran
FitzGerald died April 26, 2001. Ginny was born March 29, 1915, in
Hartford, Conn., and was married for 58 years to John Clifford
FitzGerald, who passed away April 16, 2000. She was the daughter of Mary
and Joseph Moran, and was the loving older sister to Philip and Rita.
She was class valedictorian of Buckley High School in Hartford, and
graduated from St. Joseph’s College in West Hartford, Conn. Ginny lived
in Farmington, Conn., Hartford, and West Hartford before retiring from
Connecticut Bank and Trust to Middlebury. She spent her last two years
in the loving environment of The Arbors in Shelburne. Ginny is survived
by her brother, Philip Moran of West Hartford,; her six children and
their spouses, Susan Dillon and her husband, Terry, of Sharon, Mass.,
Sharon Carey and her husband, Ted, of Boston,Mass., Carol FitzGerald and
Wade Wright of Stillwater, Pa., Anne FitzGerald and her husband, Jack
Landers, of Acton, Mass., John FitzGerald Jr. and his wife, Betsy, of
Canton, Conn., and Amy FitzGerald and her husband, Andy Broderick, of
Charlotte; 15 grandchildren, Tod, Sean and Erin Dillon; Shannon and
Rebby Carey; Jesse, Dillon and Adrian Wright-FitzGerald; Luke and Daisy
Landers; Madeleine, Jackson, and Leigh FitzGerald; and Emma and Eli
Broderick; and two great-grandchildren, Niall and Ryan Dillon. During
her rich lifetime, Ginny was the cornerstone of a dynamic, vibrant and
loving multigenerational family. She gathered her family every week,
tended to the daily joys and troubles of her children and grandchildren,
and moderated lively debates about politics, literature and local
gossip. She was generous with her distinctive hoot of a laugh, lipstick
kisses, and boundless affection. She was beloved by all and will be
greatly missed. Friends may call at the Corbin and Palmer Funeral Home,
209 Falls Road, Shelburne, Saturday, April 28 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30
p.m. Funeral services will be held at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic
Church in Charlotte at 1 p.m. immediately followed bythe burial at
Grandview Cemetery in Charlotte. In lieu of flowers, donations may be
made to Elderly Services of Middlebury, Vt. P.O. Box 581, Middlebury,
Vt. 05753.

JOHN
C. HOOD SR
. EAST BARRE — John C. ""J.C.” Hood Sr., 73,
of Mill Street died Thursday, April 26, 2001, in Dartmouth-Hitchcock
Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H. Born Dec. 6, 1927, in East Tops- ham, he
was the son of Henry Eugene and Nellie Lucille (Orcutt) Hood. He
attended East Barre School and Spaulding High School. Later, he received
a bachelor of arts in accounting from Champlain College in Burlington.
Sept. 12, 1953, he married Beverly E. Jones in the East Barre
Congregational Church. Following their marriage, they made their home in
East Barre. After receiving his accounting degree, he worked for the
Vermont Tax Department as an auditor until his retirement in 1990.
Besides his wife of East Barre, survivors include two sons, Gregory
Hood, and John Hood Jr. and his wife, Diane, all of Barre; three
daughters, Gail Bessette of Berlin, Jean Perrigo and her husband,
Michael, and Maria Hood, all of Barre; 10 grandchildren; a
great-grandson; a sister, Jean Clark of Barre; and nieces and nephews. A
brother, Hadley Hood, predeceased him. A service of remembrance will be
held Monday, April 30, at 2 p.m. in the East Barre Congregational
Church. Interment will be in Maple Hill Cemetery in Washington. There
are no calling hours. Contributions in his memory may be made to East
Barre Congregational Church, Parking Lot Fund, P.O. Box 246, East Barre,
Vt. 05649; or American Diabetes Association, Vermont Affiliate, 77
Hegeman Ave., Colchester, Vt. 05446.

April 27
RICHARD
""RICKY” LORREEN DUMONT
SWANTON — Richard
""Ricky” Lorreen Dumont, 49, a lifelong resident of this
community, died Friday, April 27, 2001, in Fletcher Allen Health Care in
Burlington. Ricky was born in St. Albans on Jan. 22, 1952, the son of
Russell and Selina (Meissner) Dumont. He attended St. Anne Academy and
Swanton High School. June 29, 1974, he married the former Kathy
Thompson, who survives him. Prior to his illness, Ricky was associated
with Vermont Brick Co. in Highgate. He had also previously worked for
many years at Brown’s Foundry in Swanton. He was a member of the Abenaki
Nation of Vermont and in earlier years was employed as head of its
maintenance department. He was a lifelong parishioner of the Church of
the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Ricky will always be remembered
as an avid hunter and fisherman. He had a special love for walleye
fishing and camping with his family. He will be greatly missed by
Brandon. He leaves his wife, Kathy Dumont, his father and mother,
Russell and Selina Dumont, all of Swanton; his daughter, Rachel Dumont
of Swanton and her friend, Casey Le- Grand of St. Albans; two sons, Chad
Dumont and his wife, Stacey, of Swanton, and Russell Dumont of Swanton
and his friend, Morgan Barnum of Highgate; a brother, Randy Dumont and
his wife, Peggy, of Swanton; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law Brian
and Cathy Thompson, Judy Thompson and her friend, Larry King, and Butch
Thompson, all of Swanton. Also surviving are his grandchildren, Brandon,
Kyle, and Brittany Dumont; nieces Kelsey and Kyla Dumont, and his
father-in-law and mother-in-law, Bernard and Betty Thompson, all of
Swanton; his godchild, James Collins of Islen, N.J.; and several aunts,
uncles, cousins and many friends. A brother-in-law, ""Dickie”
Thompson, predeceased him in March 1978, his grandfather and
grandmother, Herman and Esther Meissner. A Mass of Christian Burial will
be celebrated Tuesday, May 1, at 11 a.m. from the Church of the Nativity
of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 65 Canada St., Swanton. Interment will
follow in the Dumont family lot in St. Mary Cemetery. Friends may call
at the Kidder Memorial Home, 89 Grand Ave., Swanton, on Monday, April
30, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Gifts in Ricky’s memory may be made to
the American Diabetes Association, Vermont Affiliate, 77 Hegeman Ave.,
Colchester, Vt. 05446; or to The Association for the Blind and Visually
Impaired, 37 Elmwood Ave., Burlington, Vt. 05401.

BAILEY
R. FRANK
BURLINGTON — Bailey R. Frank, 87, formerly of St.
Johnsbury, passed away in Fletcher Allen Health Care on April 27, 2001,
after a brief illness. Bailey was born in Rutland on April 21, 1914, the
son of Samuel Frank and Anna Goldstone Frank. He attended Rutland
schools and the University of Pennsylvania. He served in the U.S. Navy
during World War II as a quartermaster. For more than 50 years he wrote
the column ""The Skies today,” for newspapers all over the
U.S. and Canada. He was always a friend to people in need and often
visited folks in nursing homes. He is survived by five children, Dorothy
Perkins of St. Albans, Carol Jones of Port S. Lucie, Fla., Samuel W.
Frank of New Castle, Va., Michael Frank of Florence, Ariz., and Phyllis
Parent of Essex Junction; nine grandchildren; and 14
great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins. There will be a
private family service. For those who wish, contributions may be made to
the Lancaster Humane Society, 62 Martin Meadow Pond Road, Lancaster, N.H.
03584.

WILLIAM A. GREEN NEWPORT — William A.
Green of Newport passed away April 27, 2001. Bill was a retired Vermont
state police officer and former sheriff of Orleans County. His funeral
will be held Wednesday. A complete notice will appear in Monday’s Free
Press. Arrangements are by Converse-Rushford Funeral Home.

WILLIAM A. GREEN SR. NEWPORT — William A.
Green Sr., 86, of Newport passed away Friday, April 27, 2001, after a
short illness. He was born in Rochester, N.Y., on Nov. 22, 1914, the son
of Andrew and Gertrude (Fairfield) Green. Bill had made his home in
Newport with his wife, Shirley, who predeceased him in January, for more
than 35 years. He was a member of Memphremagog Lodge 65 F&AM, and a
past member of the Newport Elks Club. Through the years, Bill was an
ardent outdoorsman. He was a ski instructor at both Pico and Suicide Six
ski areas and enjoyed hunting and fishing with his sons and family at
his camp at Lewis Pond, which he owned for more than 38 years. Bill was
also an avid bowler in his younger years and took home many championship
trophies. Bill joined the Vermont State Police in 1947 and was the last
of the original 25 officers who made up that organization. Besides being
one of the first troopers, he was also the first to have a working
police dog, which was the start of the present canine units. He retired
as a lieutenant in 1970. Shortly after that, he won election for sheriff
of Orleans County, and it was under his direction that the department
started growing to what it is today. In 1939, he and Ruth Akey, who
predeceased him in 1958, were married. They had four sons. Survivors
include Delwyn and his wife, Nancy, of Derby, William Jr. and his wife,
Susan, of Gainesville, Fla., Robert and his wife, Joan, of Newport, and
Richard and his wife, Cam, of Derby. Bill married Shirley Newton Young
in 1959 and gained another son, David Young and his friend, Elizabeth
Gamage, of Falmouth Forside, Maine; and a daughter, Sandra Fowler and
her husband, Jack, of Wayne, Maine, who survive him. He is also survived
by his grandchildren, Shawn of Derby, Shane of Derby Line, Travis of St.
Petersburg, Fla., Trace of Ocala, Fla., Derek of Kissimmee, Fla., Tyler
of Jay, Sawyer and Saigelyn of Derby, and Sasha of Philadelphia; eight
great-grandchildren; a brother, Gordon of South Royalton; and many
nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by two brothers and two sisters.
He thought a lot of his friends, Jerry and Lillian Dickerman, Ray and
Elsie Ladue, Dean and Olive Gardner, and the rest of the "’Pine
Street Gang;” also Ross and Lillian Whippel, Paula Thibodeau and Nadine
Thomas, all of the surrounding Newport area. Calling hours will be held
at the Converse-Rushford Funeral Home in Newport from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9
p.m. Tuesday, May 1. Funeral services will be held in the United Church
of Derby with the Rev. Fred Barker officiating at 11 a.m. Wednesday, May
2. Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery in Rochester on Thursday, May
3, at 2 p.m. Should friends desire, contributions may be made to IROC,
P.O. Box 558, Derby, Vt. 05829. Arrangements are by Converse-Rushford
Funeral Home — Our Family Serving Your Family.

EDITH T. HOWARD WAITSFIELD — Edith T.
Howard, 95, passed away in Woodridge Nursing Home in Berlin on Friday,
April 27, 2001. Born in Waitsfield on June 13, 1925, she was the
daughter of the late Wesley Wells Tucker and Flora (Lovett) Tucker. July
22, 1925, she married Frank S. Howard in Waitsfield. Mr. Howard passed
away May 20, 1970. Edith was a graduate of the former Waitsfield High
School, Class of 1922. She continued her education at Randolph Normal
School. She began her teaching career in Moretown at the former Flanagan
School. She taught briefly in Fayston and Warren schools. She spent the
majority of her teaching career in Waitsfield, where she taught
elementary school. She had a career in education that spanned 38 years,
retiring in 1971. She was a past member of the former Maple Rebekah
Lodge 56 of Waitsfield, of which she was past noble grand. She enjoyed
gardening, cooking and taking care of her home. She is survived by her
son, Robert L. Howard of Waitsfield; a sister-in-law, Phyllis Tucker of
Waitsfield; and two nephews. She was predeceased by her husband and two
brothers, Edmond W. Tucker and Ernest A. Tucker. Funeral services will
be held from the United Church of Christ in Waits- field on Tuesday at 2
p.m. There will be no calling hours. Interment will follow in Irasville
Cemetery in Waits- field. Memorial contributions may be made to the Mad
River Valley Ambulance Service, P.O. Box 305, Waits- field, Vt.
05673-0305. Arrangements are in the care of Perkins-Parker Funeral Home,
Waterbury.
ELIZABETH C. JONES HYDE PARK — Elizabeth
C. Jones, 83, died with her family by her side Friday, April 27, 2001,
in Copley Hospital in Morrisville following a long illness. She was born
in Elmore on July 3, 1917, the daughter of Julian and Beulah (Bailey)
Gay. Because of family circumstances, Elizabeth, at an early age, had to
help raise and care for her family. July 8, 1933, she married Edward E.
Jones. He predeceased her in February 1983. Elizabeth always provided a
warm and loving home for her family and will always be remembered as a
loving and dedicated mother and grandmother. She is survived by two
daughters, Milda Carpenter of Hyde Park and Lucille Taft of Wolcott; a
son and his wife, Kenneth and Suzanne Jones of Hyde Park; two sisters,
Bernice Robinson of Castleton, N.Y., and Phyllis Jones of Morrisville;
10 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; 11 great-great-grandchildren;
and special neighbors and friends, Doris Judkins, Barbara Russ, Jean
DeMag, and Philip Brown. Elizabeth was predeceased by a son, David, and
sons-in-law Heber Taft and Ira Allen Carpenter. Funeral services will be
held at 11 a.m. Monday, April 30, in the Second Congregational Church of
Hyde Park with interment at a later date in Plains Cemetery. Visiting
hours will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday in the White-Fiess Funeral Home,
165 Brooklyn St., Morrisville. In lieu of flowers, contributions in
Elizabeth’s memory may be made to Lamoille Home Health and Hospice Inc.,
54 Farr Ave., Morrisville, Vt. 05661.
JOHN
LOUIS PAQUETTE
BAKERSFIELD — John Louis Paquette, 80, died Friday,
April 27, 2001, in Verdelle Village ECF in St. Albans. Arrangements are
incomplete. A complete obituary will appear in Sunday’s Free Press.
Spears Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. 

JOHN LOUIS PAQUETTE BAKERSFIELD — John
Louis Paquette, 80, died Friday, April 27, 2001, in Verdelle Village ECF
in St. Albans. He was born in St. Cuthbert, Quebec, the son of the late
Mastai and Areslie (Gregoire) Paquette. At a very young age, John and
his family immigrated to the United States in the 1920s, where the
family made their home in Franklin. He later became a naturalized
citizen and married the love of his life, Alice M. Laroche, on July 21,
1945. John and Alice had a joyous marriage of 52 years, which ended with
her death June 3, 1997. He was a dairy farmer during the early years of
his marriage, when he and his wife lived in Franklin and East Fairfield.
He left farming, moving to the village of Bakersfield with his young
family, which at the time consisted of his wife, three sons and a
daughter. He worked as a sawmill laborer for approximately 16 years for
the former Penders Mill of Bakersfield and Lamell Lumber in Essex. He
later became a pulp mill worker in 1970, for the former Missisquoi
Specialty Board Division, later called Boise Cascade, located in Sheldon
Springs. He retired from Boise in December 1983. For many years, he
worked part-time for the town of Bakersfield as the Bakersfield Town
Hall custodian and the Maple Grove Cemetery groundskeeper. He continued
to work as the custodian of the Bakersfield Town Clerk’s Office during
his retirement years, until the year 2000. John was a communicant of St.
Anthony/St. George parishes of East Fairfield and Bakersfield. He
enjoyed gardening and spending time with his children and their spouses,
grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He loved animals and enjoyed the
frequent visits made by his canine friends, Puddles, Max, Cole, Marty
and Pierre. He is survived by four sons and their wives, Denis and
Debbie Paquette, Clement and Charmaine Paquette, and Rosaire and Donna
Paquette, all of Bakersfield, and Gabriel and Sue Paquette of Enosburg
Falls; four daughters, Marie Charbonneau and her husband, Ivan, of St.
Albans, Helen Spencer and her husband, David, of Bakersfield, Noella
Paquette of Charlotte, N.C., and Anna Noonan and her husband, Andrew, of
Franklin; 18 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren; three
brothers and their wives, Henry and Margaret Paquette, and Gerard and
Therese Paquette, all of Richford, and Paul and Doris Paquette of Red
Hook, N.Y.; two sisters, Blanche Lessard of Richford and Dorilla Larose
of White River Junction; two sisters-in-law, Lillian Paquette of
Richford and Mariange Paquette of Franklin; and several nieces and
nephews. He was predeceased by his wife, Alice (Laroche) Paquette, on
June 3, 1997; five sisters, Lucienne Coulombe, Margaret Vien, Jeanne
Duranleau, Marie Couture, and Marie Louise Martin; and three brothers,
Lucien, Victor, and Joseph Paquette. Funeral services will be held
Monday at 11 a.m. in St. Patrick Catholic Church in Fairfield with the
Rev. Pete Williams and the Rev. Leonidas Laroche concelebrating the Mass
of Christian Burial. Interment will follow in Maple Grove Cemetery in
Bakersfield. Visiting hours will be held Sunday from 6 to 9 p.m. at the
Spears Funeral Home, 96 Dickinson Ave., Enosburg Falls. For those who
wish, contributions in his memory may be made to Verdelle Village to
help assist the hospice program, 596 Sheldon Road, St. Albans, Vt.
05478.

PAUL C. PAULSEN MILTON — Paul C. Paulsen,
80, of Milton died suddenly Friday, April 27, 2001, in Fletcher Allen
Health Care. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at this time. A
complete obituary will appear in tomorrow’s Free Press. Arrangements are
by the Minor Funeral Home.

PAUL CHRISTIAN
PAULSEN
MILTON — Paul Christian Paulsen, 80, of East Road died
unexpectedly April 27, 2001, in Fletcher Allen Health Care in
Burlington. Paul was born May 29, 1920, in Boston, Mass., the son of
Paul Christian and Ruth Johnson Paulsen. Nov. 9, 1950, he married Kay
Delaney in St. Aloysius Church in St. Johnsbury. She predeceased him
March 29, 1975. In 1980, he was married to Jane Racine in St. Ann Church
in Milton, and she predeceased him in 1984. Paul was a World War II
veteran, having served in central Europe with the U.S. Army. Following
his discharge from the service, he was employed at Pratt-Whitney
Aircraft in East Hartford, Conn., retiring in 1970. He then moved to
Vermont and was the cook at the Clover House Restaurant at Malletts Bay,
where his first wife, Kay, was the pianist. His final retirement came in
1984 from the U.S. Postal Service for which he was a rural mailman in
Williston. Dad was a lifelong lover of animals, plants, flowers and
reading. One of his favorite pastimes was riding his Harley. He took
many trips on his ""hog” to Laconia, N.H., among other
places. He especially enjoyed one trip he made to the Sturgis, S.D.,
50th anniversary motorcycle rally with his daughter, Erin-Jane, in 1988.
Paul’s amazing recovery from a leg amputation and stroke in 1996 was
testimony to his strength and fervor for life. His beloved canine
companion, Daisy, aided in his recovery and had been a huge part of his
life in recent years; she will miss him greatly. Paul had many, many
friends from all walks of life. He was a wonderful dad who was very
involved with his children; he taught us well and provided us with much
laughter in our lives. Godspeed Dad/Poppa, until we meet again. We love
you. Paul is survived by his five daughters, Kathi Sawicky of
Chesapeake, Va., Connie Paulsen of Essex Junction, Christine Paulsen of
Portsmouth, Va., Karin Paulsen of Milton, and Erin-Jane Paulsen of
Milton; six grandchildren, Joan, Bill, and Jennifer Hartigan of
Connecticut, Maren and Matthew Paulsen of Virginia, and Derek Desranleau
of Milton; and five great-grandchildren, Ashley, Amanda, Brittny,
Michael, and Brenda, all of Connecticut. He was predeceased by two
daughters, Karen Paulsen and Frances Hartigan, and his brother, Henry
Paulsen. A funeral Mass will be celebrated Tuesday, May 1, at 11 a.m. in
St. Ann Church in Milton. Interment will be held Thursday, May 3, at 2
p.m. in St. Mary Cemetery in Swanton. For those who wish, contributions
may be made in Paul’s memory to the Franklin County Humane Society, 30
Sunset Meadows, St. Albans, Vt. 05478, Attn: Rusty Posner. Visiting
hours will be held Monday, April 30, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. in the
Minor Funeral Home, Route 7, Milton.

April 28
ESTHER DELILAH ASELTINE BURLINGTON —
Esther Delilah Aseltine, 94, died April 28, 2001, in Birchwood Terrace
Healthcare. Born Jan. 26, 1907, she was the daughter of the late Azro
and Anna (Beatty) Aseltine. Esther was a lifelong resident of
Burlington. She was an agent for North American Accident Insurance
Company for 39 years. She was a member of First United Methodist Church
and was active in several of its groups. She was a charter member of
Wesleyan Service Guild,, United Methodist Women, Y Business Girls’ Club,
Christian Women’s Club and the Anne Morris Circle of The King’s
Daughters and Sons. During the 1970s and 1980s, she cared for her aging
and infirm mother while continuing to run her insurance agency. Esther
is survived by nieces Betty and Ruth Aseltine of South Burlington; two
nephews, Jim and his wife, Lorraine Aseltine, of Lombard, Ill., and
Harold and Jean Aseltine of Saratoga Springs, N.Y., and their children
and grandchildren; and many cousins. She was predeceased by a brother,
Ken and his wife, Grace; and a nephew, Robert. Funeral services will be
held Wednesday, May 2, at 1 p.m. in the funeral chapel of Corbin and
Palmer Funeral Home, 71 S. Union St., Burlington. Burial will follow in
Enosburg.

LORRAINE FRANCES BAKER
WATERBURY CENTER — Lorraine Frances Baker, 74, formerly of Waterbury
Center, passed away on Saturday, April 28, 2001 at the Fir Lane Convalescent
Center in Shelton, Wash. Born in Bolton on Dec. 5, 1926, she was the
daughter of the late Clarence and Edith (Minkler) Champney. She was married
to Ralph Baker who predeceased her on June 10, 1989. Lorraine worked for
many years as a restaurant manager at Casa Di Barons in Cleveland, Ohio. Her
leisure time was filled enjoying her grandchildren, gardening and traveling.
She is survived by her children, Denise Rescina of Cleveland and Fred Baker
of Shelton,; and three grandchildren. She was predeceased by a brother, Owen
Champney; and two sisters, Helen Smith and Trena Eberhardt. Graveside
services will be held in Hope Cemetery in Waterbury on Friday, May 4 at 2
p.m. Friends may call at the Perkins-Parker Funeral Home in Waterbury on
Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m.

 

CECILE
(ROCHELEAU) DESLAURIERS
ST. ALBANS — Cecile (Rocheleau) Deslauriers,
73, died peacefully Saturday, April 28, 2001, following a battle with
cardiovascular disease and cancer. Born Cecile Rocheleau on Feb. 22,
1928, in Essex Junction, she was the daughter of the late Louis and
Adeline (Nichols) Rocheleau. She worked for 26 years at Union Carbide.
She was a communicant of Holy Angels Church, a member of the Ladies of
St. Anne and a former Senior Regent for the Women of the Moose, Chapter
321. Some of her happiest years were during the time she was the cook at
the Moose. She loved to dance, play cards, attend conventions, travel
and, most of all, cook for her family and friends. She had a zest for
life and was adventuresome. She will be remembered by her family for her
generosity and boundless love. She is survived by her husband of 52
years, Leo Deslauriers; their four children, David and his wife, Janice,
of South Burlington, Michael and his wife, Leean of St. Albans, Donna of
St. Albans, and Mark of Ipswich, Mass.; six grandchildren, David Jr.,
Dan, Jeff, Nichole, Joseph, and Marcel; two brothers, George and his
wife, Harriet Rocheleau, and Ernest and his wife, Gertrude Rocheleau;
four sisters, Hortense Levesque, Carita and her husband, Roger Cadieux,
Corrine Rocheleau, and Rita and her husband, Wayne Sweeney; two
sisters-in-law, Geraldine Rocheau and Mary Jane and her husband, Walter
Kerr; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by
two brothers, Alfred and Harold (Omer) Rocheleau; and a sister, Yvonne
Vock. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Saturday, May 5, 2001,
at 11 a.m. in Holy Angels Church. Friends may call at the Brady &
Levesque Funeral Home, 86 S. Main St., from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.
Friday. Interment will be in the Rocheleau family lot in Mount Calvary
Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Vermont Respite House,
Box 954, Williston, Vt. 05495; or Franklin County Home Health Agency, 3
Home Health Circle, St. Albans, Vt. 05478. ""She wanted to
live, but her body wore out. We’ll miss her every day for the rest of
our lives.” Arrangements are entrusted to the Brady & Levesque
Funeral Home.

HOWARD
HART FISH
COLCHESTER — Howard Hart Fish, 90, of Colchester died
Saturday, April 28, 2001, at his home after a long illness. Howard was
born in Castleton on Dec. 8, 1910, son of Daniel and Florence (Hart)
Fish. He was a graduate of Fair Haven High School. He was married in
1940 in Fair Haven to Mary C. Prunier. He was employed for many years at
General Electric and retired in 1973. Howard was an avid golfer who
enjoyed playing and working at the Rocky Ridge Golf Club. He is survived
by his wife of 61 years, Mary Fish of Colchester; 11 children, Daniel
Fish of Burlington, Mary Alapa of New London, Conn., Kathaleen Bordeau
of Stowe, Marjorie Fish, Ph.D., of St. Cloud, Minn., Frances Rutstein of
Haverhill, N.H., Hazel Chauvin of Rocky Mount, N.C., Ellen Haselman of
Franklin, Howard Fish of St. Albans, David Fish of Bedford, N.H., Carol
Lyman of Franklin, and John Fish of Elmore; 17 grandchildren; eight
great-grandchildren; and nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by two
sisters and two brothers. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated
Monday, April 30, at 11 a.m. in Holy Cross Catholic Church in
Colchester. Interment will follow in Resurrection Park Cemetery in South
Burlington. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to
the American Cancer Society, Vermont Division Inc., 13 Loomis St.,
Montpelier, Vt. 05602; or to a chary of one’s choice. Visiting hours
will be Sunday, April 29, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the LaVigne Funeral Home,
132 Main St., Winooski.

ALICE
LECLAIR PLOOF
NORTH FERRISBURG — Alice Leclair Ploof, 41, of North
Ferrisburg died April 28, 2001, surrounded by her family, at her home
following a courageous battle with cancer. She was born in Burlington on
June 25, 1959, the daughter of Paul and Jacqueline (Gay) Leclair. She
was a graduate of Rice Memorial High School, Class of 1977. Oct. 4,
1980, she married Joseph Ploof in St. Joseph Church in Burlington. Alice
was a devoted wife, mother, daughter and sister. She loved spending time
with her family, walks and snowmobiling with her husband. She also
enjoyed flower gardening and would press her flowers often. She will be
missed by all of those whom she so loved and touched. She is survived by
her husband, Joseph; their seven children, Farrah, Sharrah, Alyshia,
Kody, Jesse, Chelsa, and Briena, all of North Ferrisburg; a grandson,
Noah; a stepson, Jason Hurlburt; her parents, Paul and Jackie Leclair of
Burlington; brothers and sisters Paul Leclair Jr., Mary Leclair, and
Patty Leclair, all of Burlington, Judy Crabtree and her husband, David,
of Richmond, Joseph Leclair of Burlington, and John Leclair and his
wife, Tina, of Essex; her father-in-law and mother-in-law, Albert and
Theresa Ploof of Burlington; sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law, Linda
and her friend, Michael, Larry and his wife, Shelly, Rick, and Theresa;
and many nieces and nephews. Alice’s family would like to thank all of
their friends, neighbors, faculty and staff of Vergennes High School and
Ferrisburg Central School, and Addison County Home Health Services for
all of the love and support that we received during this most difficult
time. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, May 2, at 11 a.m. in
Assembly of God Christian Center, Route 7, Ferrisburg. Burial will be in
North Ferrisburg Cemetery. Forthose who wish, contributions in her name
may be made to Addison County Home Health Hospice Program, Route 7, New
Haven, Vt. 05753. Visiting hours will be held Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7
to 9 p.m. in the Ready Funeral Home South Chapel, 261 Shelburne Road,
Burlington.

MICHAEL
JOSEPH RIGOLI
MILTON — Michael Joseph Rigoli, 39, of Petty Brook
Road died unexpectedly Saturday, April 28, 2001, in Fletcher Allen
Health Care in Burlington. Michael was born March 30, 1962, in Boston,
the son of Joseph Rigoli Jr. and Diane Akerly. He graduated from
Manchester (N.H.) West High School and was most recently employed by Ben
and Jerry’s in Williston. An avid racing fan, Michael enjoyed following
the NASCAR circuit. Sept. 12, 1987, he was married to Carrie Jane Clough
in Binghamtom, N.Y. Michael is survived by his wife, Carrie; and their
children, Matthew, Michala, and Jacob, all of Milton; his father, Joseph
Rigoli and his wife, Kim, of Owego, N.Y.; and his mother, Diane Akerly
and her husband, Kim, of Seabrook, N.H.; his grandfather, Joseph Rigoli
Sr. of Waltham, Mass.; two sisters, Michelle Streeter of Seabrook, N.H.,
and Brittany Jo Rigoli of Owego; a brother, Anthony Rigoli, also of
Owego; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles. He also
leaves his children’s godparents, Pat and Jim Purcell of Merrimack, N.H.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday, May 2, at 10:30 a.m. in the
Minor Funeral Home, Route 7, Milton. Burial will be held at a later date
in the Milton Villager Cemetery. Visiting hours will be Tuesday, May 1,
from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Minor Funeral Home.

April 29


CHARLES L. FOSTER JR.
ESTERO, Fla./AUBURN, Mass. — Charles L. Foster
Jr., 80, of 55 Brook St., Auburn, died Sunday, April 29, 2001, in SouthWest
Regional Medical Center, Fort Myers, Fla. He leaves his wife of 56 years,
Margaret (Coggans) Foster; a son, Robert Foster, of Auburn; a daughter,
Debbie Pickering, of Blackstone; and three grandchildren. Mr. Foster owned
and operated Casson-Foster Photographers in Auburn for over 50 years. He was
a member of the Grand Isle Rotary Club, Grand Isle, Vt. Mr. Foster’s funeral
will be held in the Britton-Wallace Funeral Home, 91 Central St., Auburn,
with a Mass at 10 a.m. in North American Martyrs Church, 8 Wyoma Drive,
Auburn. Burial will follow in St. John’s Cemetery, Worcester, Mass. Memorial
contributions be made to St. Rose of Lima Church, Rt 2, South Hero, Vt.
05486.


BARBARA ANN KNIGHT
WATERVILLE — Barbara Ann Knight, 71, died Sunday,
April 29, 2001, in Copley Hospital in Morrisville following an illness. She
was born in Bethel on July 1, 1929, the daughter of Ray I. and Lillian
(Waite) Seymour. Barbara married A. David Knight on Jan. 28,1960. Besides
her husband, A. David, she is survived by her father, Ray I. Seymour of
Gaysville; her mother, Lillian Waite of Agawam, Mass.; six children and
their spouses, Diana LeClair of Morrisville, Kim Ennis and Wayne of
Plainfield, Andrew Staples and Deanna of Waterville, Stacey Audet of
Morrisville, David M. Knight and Kathy of Jeffersonville, and Robyn and
Steven O’Hearn of Waterville; 13 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; a
brother, Lloyd Seymour of West Lebanon, N.H.; four sisters, Sandra Machia of
Wallingford, Kay Rhoades of Barnard, Linda Lafave of Barnard, and Gail
Ketchum of Stockbridge. Barbara was predeceased by her stepmother, Dorothy
Seymour. Private family graveside services will be held in the Waterville
Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions in her memory
would be appreciated to Lamoille Home Health and Hospice, 534 Farr Ave.,
Morrisville, Vt. 05661. Arrangements are by the White-Fiess Funeral Home,
Morrisville.


JOHN HENRY MORRING
BURLINGTON — John Henry Morring, 81, of Burlington
died Sunday April 29, 2001, at the Vermont Respite House in Williston. He
was born in Taft, Tenn., Dec. 2, 1919, the son of the late William A. and
Fannie (Colbert) Morring. He received the Bronze Star as a veteran of World
War II,having served in the U.S. Army. He had been employed as a shipping
clerk with McAuliffe’s Wholesale for many years and later retired from Hagar
Hardware. He is survived by his son, William A. and his wife, Harriet, and
two grandchildren, Christopher W. and Anne G., all of South San Francisco,
Calif.; three sisters, Jennie Morring and Louise Fowler, both of Memphis,
Tenn., and Zeela Porter of Sun City, Ariz.; and many nieces and nephews. He
was predeceased by a son, Michael E. Morring, in 1998. A Mass of Christian
Burial will be celebrated Thursday, May 3, at 11 a.m. in Christ the King
Roman Catholic Church. Interment will be in Lake View Cemetery. For those
who wish, contributions in his memory may be made to the Vermont Respite
House, 99 Allen Brook Lane, Williston, Vt. 05495. Visiting hours will be
Thursday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. in the Ready Funeral Home, South Chapel,
261 Shelburne Road, Burlington.


JEANNE A. (COUTURE) ROSTKOWSKI
BURLINGTON — Jeanne A. Rostkowski, 91,
of 3 Cathedral Square passed away Sunday, April 29, 2001, in Fletcher Allen
Health Care. She was born in Burlington on Oct. 15, 1909, the daughter of
Edward and Antoinette (Methe) Couture. Mrs. Rostkowski was a homemaker and
nursing assistant. She was a life-long parishioner of St. Joseph
Co-Cathedral and was a member of the Third Order of St. Francis and the
Confraternity St. Joseph. She enjoyed landscape painting and attending the
Champlain Senior Citizen Center. She also had many good memories of the
sewing circles she participated in when she was younger. Jeanne leaves three
children, Greta A. Hebert of Daytona Beach, Fla., Charles and his wife,
Cynthia Rostkowski, of Ogden, Utah, and Bernice and her husband, Jim
Hammond, of Cocoa, Fla.; 14 grandchildren; several great- and
great-great-grandchildren; her sister, Sister Blanche Couture of the Sisters
of St. Joseph; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased
by her husband, Adam Edward Rostkowski, and her sister, Delores Peccini. A
Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in St. Joseph Co-Cathedral on
Friday at 9 a.m. with interment following in New Mount Calvary Cemetery.
Visiting hours are Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. in Elmwood-Meunier
Funeral Home, 97 Elmwood Avenue, during which the Third Order of St. Francis
will meet in the afternoon for prayers and the St. Joseph Confraternity will
meet in the evening. Those wishing may send memorial contributions to the
Champlain Senior Center, 241 N. Winooski Ave., Burlington, Vt. 05401.


DAVID R. WILLEY
WOLCOTT — David R. Willey, 57, died Sunday, April 29,
2001, in Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H. He was born in
Brighton on May 8, 1943, the son of Harold and Ella Mae (Judd) Willey Sr.
His partner in life, his rock and dedicated wife of 35 years, Linda Jean
Brown, married David on Sept. 18, 1965. For the past 31 years, David had
been a dedicated employee of Pike Industries, currently serving as foreman
of the Johnson Asphalt Plant 807. David was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed
hunting, fishing and, most dear to his heart, rabbit hunting with his
beagles and his close friends. Most special to David was his daughter,
Annette Hart, in his eyes always his little girl and an excellent softball
player, and her husband, Fred, the ""No. 1” son he never had and loved so
dearly; and the love of his life, his granddaughter, Whitney, whom he
affectionately referred to as ""Whitty.” Besides his wife and daughter and
family, he is survived by a sister, Marilyn Curtis and her husband, William;
seven brothers and their spouses, Paul and Mary, Harold Jr., Dale and Sadie,
Wayne and Patricia, Donald and his friend, Avis, Roger and Deborah, and
Brent and Judy; his sister-in-law, Bev Willey; his good friend, Bill Patch;
and his beloved beagle, Heidi-Sue, who was always by his side. David was
predeceased by two brothers, Bruce and Larry. A memorial service will be
held at 2 p.m. Friday, May 11, in the Puffer United Methodist Church, Main
Street, Morrisville. For those who wish, contributions in David’s memory may
be made to the American Heart Association, Vermont Affiliate, P.O. Box 485,
Williston, Vt. 05495. Arrangements are by the White-Fiess Funeral Home,
Morrisville.

April 30


MARIE B. (SHANGRAW) KEARNEY
CAMBRIDGE — Marie B. (Shangraw) Kearney,
85, passed away Monday, April 30, 2001, in Fletcher Allen Health Care in
Burlington. Arrangements are incomplete at this time and a full notice will
appear in the Thursday edition of the Burlington Free Press. Arrangements
are by Hayes-Rich Funeral Home, 1176, Main Street, Fairfax.


MARIE BERTHA KEARNEY
JEFFERSONVILLE — Marie Bertha (Shangraw) Kearney,
85, of Jeffersonville passed away Monday, April 30, 2001, in Fletcher Allen
Health Care in Burlington. She was born in Cambridge on Dec. 17, 1915, the
daughter of the late Arthur and Clara ""Carrie” Belle (Burnor) Shangraw.
She was a graduate of Cambridge High School, Class of 1936, and was a member
of the Alumni Association. She resided for many years in Patchogue, Long
Island, N.Y., with her husband, William Kearney, who predeceased her in
1965. She returned to her home state of Vermont in 1968. She was a former
member of St. Francis de Sales Church in Pat- chogue, the Catholic Daughters
of America and The Crescendo Club in Jeffersonville. Marie retired from IBM
in 1986. The family would like to sincerely thank the wonderful staff at
Green Mountain Nursing Home in Colchester for the extra special personal
attention and excellent care provided to Marie over the last six years in a
loving environment she comfortablycalled ""Home.” She will be greatly
missed by all those who knew and loved her. She is survived by a son and
daughter-in-law, Michael and Joy Kearney of Cresco, Pa.; a daughter and
son-in-law, Carolyn and Richard Thompson of Jeffersonville; two grandsons,
Bryan and Sean Kearney of Florida; a sister-in-law, Yole Shangraw of Barre;
and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by an infant son, James, in
1940; an infant daughter, Grace, in 1943; five brothers, William Shangraw,
Fred Shangraw, Timothy Shangraw, Eugene Shangraw, and Harold Shangraw; five
sisters, Clara Larrow, Matilda Hibbard, Rose Fredericks, Louise Grenon, and
Frieda Bertrand. Visiting hours will be held at the Hayes-Rich Funeral Home
on Friday, May 4, 2001, from 11 a.m. until noon. A Mass of Christian Burial
will be celebrated in St. Mary Church in Cambridge on Friday, May 4, at 1
p.m. with the Rev. Francis Prive officiating. Burial will follow in the
family lot in Jeffersonville Village Cemetery. Contributions may be made in
Marie’s memory to the Green Mountain Nursing Home Recreational Program, 1102
Ethan Allen Ave., Colchester, Vt. 05446. Arrangements are by the Hayes-Rich
Funeral Home, 1176 Main St., Fairfax.

EVA
OLIVE SAVAGE NOKES
SWANTON — Eva Olive Savage Nokes died April 30,
2001. She resided much of her life in the beautiful village of Swanton on
Lake Champlain. Born Oct. 7, 1899, the daughter of John and Ida Mae
Vincelette Savage, she also appreciated and honored her loving stepfather,
George Jemery. During World War I, Eva was about 17 when she survived an
explosion in a small, local munitions factory where her sister Dora was
killed and her sister Minnie received burns. Women were allowed to vote the
year Eva turned 21; she voted then and in every presidential election,
including the notorious November 2000 Palm Beach County election. Eva was an
active member of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church for about 65 years, member of
the choir and president of the Women’s Auxiliary for many years. She moved
to Palm Beach Gardens and became a member of St. Mark Episcopal Church in
1986. She was an active lifetime member and Past Matron of the Order of the
Eastern Star, an active member of the Swanton chapter of King’s
Daughters–sponsors of the Swanton Library–and member of the Swanton
Historical Society. She was an avid ""past master” bridge player,
especially enjoyed operas, and painted many Vermont scenes. She liked to
travel, read, study the Bible, prepare excellent meals, exercise and was
quite independent to her last day. Eva passed very peacefully while resting
in her armchair. Eva was married for 54 years to Arthur J. Nokes Sr. until
his death in 1975. Eva loved her children and grandchildren and all their
spouses: CWO Arthur J. Nokes Jr., U.S.A. Retired, and his wife, Gladys
Mitchell and children Arthur III (Brenda) and Linda (Carl Casperson), and
predeceased grandsons Steven and Robert; Leigh E. Nokes, World War II
veteran, and his wife, Delia Roberts and children Gary (Kim), Carol (David
Doyle), Alan, and Wayne (Tracy); Norma N. Bentley and her husband, Chaplain
Philip Bentley, U.S.N., Retired, and her children, Laura (John Simon), Sally
(Gary Carney), Jay Britch and Sue (Jody Foster). Eva loved her
great-grandchildren, Jason Nokes, Jennifer Nokes, Christopher Casperson,
Erin Casperson, Zachary Britch, Ashley Britch, Jason Foster, Leann Foster,
Andrea Simon, Beth Simon, Heather Nokes, Melissa Nokes, Rachel Nokes,
Rebecca Nokes, Colin Nokes, Cecilia Nokes, Ricky Nokes, and Alex Doyle. Eva
loved her extended family, Linda Collie, Edward Bentley, Jan Bentley, Carol
Gardner, and Florence Descalis-Sabran. She had fond memories of many nieces
and nephews and friends. We celebrate Eva’s earthly life of 101 years, that
spanned three centuries–her eternal life continues as a Divine Heavenly
adventure! We love you, God bless you, and hold you close, Mom, Grandma and
Great- Grandma — Shalom, Grace and Peace. A memorial service was held
Sunday, May 6, at 4 p.m. in St. Mark Episcopal Church, 3395 Burns Road, Palm
Beach Gardens. A funeral service will be held in Holy Trinity Episcopal
Church in Swanton on Saturday, May 12, at 11 a.m. Burial will be in
Riverside Cemetery. The family requests that contributions be made to the
Arthur and Eva Nokes Fund at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in lieu of
flowers. Arrangements are are under the direction of the Kidder Memorial
Home, Swanton.


DAVID L. SMITH
GEORGIA — David L. Smith, 46, passed away Monday, April
30, 2001, in Fletcher Allen Health Care from injuries sustained in an
automobile accident on April 23. He was born in Burlington, December 29,
1954, the son of the late Donald G. and Dorothy (Rigs) Smith. On July 23,
1983, he married Robin Poulin in Burlington. He was a 1972 graduate of
Burlington High School and had been employed for the last five years by
Barry Callebaut U.S.A., Inc. David was a member of the U.S. Parachute
Association. In addition to his wife, Robin of Georgia, he is survived by
his son, Justin Michael Smith, also of Georgia; two sisters and their
husbands, Deborah and Michael Henry of Underhill Center, and Betty and Allen
Price of Centennial Colo.; a brother, Brian J. Smith of St. Albans and
several nieces and nephews. David was a loving husband and father and cared
deeply for his fends and co-workers. He also loved the outdoors and was an
avid hunter and fisherman. Funeral services will be held Thursday, May 3, at
11 a.m. in the Georgia Plain Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers, memorials
may be made in David’s name to the Department of Hepatology, Fletcher Allen
Health Care, 111 Colchester, Ave. Burlington, Vt. 05401. Friends may call
Wednesday from 6 to 9 p.m. in the Heald Funeral Home, 87 S. Main St. St.
Albans.


LEONARD A. VECCHIONE
WATERBURY — Leonard A. Vecchione, 70, passed away
in the Central Vermont Medical Center in Berlin, Monday, April 30, 2001.
Born in Brooklyn, N.Y. on May 18, 1930, he was the son of the late Elia and
Elena (Annunziata) Vecchione. On May 25, 1952, he married the former Mary
Cluess in Manhattan, N.Y. Leonard was a 1948 graduate of New Uhtrect High
School in Brooklyn. He began his military service with the 102nd Airborne
Division in the U.S. Army and later served with the U.S. Marines during the
Korean Conflict. He continued his education following discharge from the
service at Brooklyn College, graduating from NYU with a degree in Accounting
and receiving the Founders Day award. After working briefly for an insurance
company and NBC, he began a long and distinguished career with the federal
government, starting with the General Accounting Office. He later worked for
the Secret Service where he served on the President’s detail, worked for
President Kennedy’s Task Force on Organized Crime, and later worked
undercover on counterfeiting and with the DEA Drug Enforcement Task Force.
While living in Chicago, he served as deputy director in charge of
operations for the DEA and later worked as agent in charge for the Illinois
Bureau of investigation. Transferring to Concord, N.H., he became special
agent in charge of the DEA, retiring from frederal service in 1983. Moving
to Sunrise, Fla., he became employed by the Racal Milgo Co. where he was in
charge of security as well as earned his MBA from Nova University in
Plantation, Fla. Retiring in 1991, he and his wife came to Vermont in 1995
and made their home in Waterbury where he was a member of St. Andrew’s
Catholic Church. In his leisure, he enjoyed investments and finance, was an
avid Chicago Bears and Cubs fan, but most of all, he enjoyed his family.
Leonard is survived by his wife of Waterbury; a daughter, Laura Ware of
Foxboro, Mass.; a son, Elia Vecchione of Duxbury; five grandchildren; a
sister, Mary Prano of Brooklyn; as well as many nieces and nephews. He was
prededeased by a daughter, Helen ""Twinky"" Sheldon, and a brother, Hugo
Vecchione. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in St. Andrews
Catholic Church in Waterbury on Thursday, May 3, at 10 a.m. with interment
to follow in Holy Cross Cemetery in Duxbury. Friends may call at the
Perkins-Parker Funeral Home in Waterbury on Wednesday, May 2, from 7 to 9
p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Leonard
A. Vecchione Foundation, c/o MGV Associates, 476 Main Street, Winooski, Vt.
05404

 

 

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