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Burlington Free Press Funerals Held 09/2000

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BFP September 2000 Funerals

Funerals

September 2000

September 5
WILLISTON — SMITH, Paul P. — A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 2000 at 2 p.m. in Holy Family Roman Catholic Church, with the Rev. Thomas Mosher officiating. Readings were proclaimed by grandchildren, Michael Monahan and Paula Ann Smith. Sharing the Prayer of the Faithful were grandchildren, Kristin Joy Maloney, Amy Smith, Kyle, Jimmy Smith, and Joseph Monahan. Offertory gifts were presented by Paul’s daughter, June Monahan, and son, James Smith. Eulogy was delivered by grandchildren, Shawn Monahan, Michelle Rogers, and by June Monahan. Music was provided by soloist Mary Jo Gillilan. In attendance were many friends, neighbors, and members of Holy Family Parish. Interment followed in Resurrection Park Cemetery, with Shawn Monahan reading committal prayers. Bearers were Michael Monahan, Joseph Monahan, Jimmy Smith, Kevin Collins, Norbert Collins, and Scott Rogers. Arrangements were by Ready Funeral Home South Chapel, Burlington.
September 11
BURLINGTON — COLLINS, Ryan J. — A largely attended Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Monday, September 11, 2000 at 11:00 a.m. in St. Mark Roman Catholic Church, with the Rev. Michael Cronogue officiating. Con-celebrating was the Rev. John Feltz, the Rev. Wendell Searles, and the Rev. Joseph Blattner. Assisting was Deacon William Glinka. An honor guard was provided by the faculty, staff, and students from Mater Christi School. Readings were proclaimed by Kelly Grunberg, and Sherry Cushman. Prayer of the Faithful was shared by Ellen Shackford. Music was provided by soloist Mary O’Kane. Offertory gifts were presented by Ryan’s Godmother, Laura Bowe; dear friends Ann Goff and Lori Carruth, followed by a group of supportive mothers who placed roses around the altar in honor of Ryan. In attendance were many friends, neighbors, members of St. Mark’s parish and Mater Christi School; Ryan’s healthcare workers from FAHC Pediatric Oncology and Baird 5; representatives from the Boy Scouts of America, INS, the Religious Sisters of Mercy, and Camp Ta-Kum-Ta. Words of remembrance were shared by Ryan’s sister, Julie Collins, and his uncle, Richard Therrien, Jr. Interment followed in Lake View Cemetery, with the Rev. Michael Cronogue reading committal prayers. Bearers were Everett Lamm, Mike McCormick, and Ryan’s uncles, Richard Therrien, Jr., Chris Therrien, Robert Collins, and Jim Collins. Arrangements were by the Ready Funeral Home South Chapel, Burlington.
September 13
BURLINGTON — BOSLEY, Veronica ""Babe” — A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Wednesday, September 13, 2000 at 11:00 a.m. in St. Mark’s Roman Catholic Church, with the Rev. John Feltz officiating. The Offertory Gifts were presented by Amber Bohannon and Jessica Savard. Words of Remembrance were offered by Amber Bohannon. Attending were several residents from 72 Heineberg Road Housing, relatives, friends, and neighbors. Interment will be in St. Amadeus Cemetery, Alburg at a later date. Bearers were Gary Little, Gary Little II, Gary Francis Jr., Andrew Francis, Amber Bohannon, and Jessica Savard. Arrangements were by the Ready Funeral Home, South Chapel, 261 Shelburne Road.
BURLINGTON — HAYES, Sister Veronica — A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Wednesday, September 13, 2000 at 3:30 p.m. in the Sacred Heart Chapel at Mt. St. Mary’s. Celebrant was the Most Rev. Kenneth A. Angell, Bishop of Burlington. Master of Ceremonies was the Rev. Walter Miller. Concelebrating were; the Rev. Richard LaValley, the Rev. Francis Holland, the Rev. Michael DeForge, and the Rev. Bernard Bourgeois. Reading the welcoming was Greeter of the Assembly, Sr. Jeannine Mercure. Ushers were Sr. Claire Bouchard, Sr. Isoline Duclose, and Sr. Theresa Duford. Cross Bearer was Sr. Janet Rock. Participants in the Greeting Ritual included, Sr. Elizabeth O’Neil presenting the Holy Water, and reader, Sr. Martha O’Brien. The pall was placed on the casket by Ms. Brenda Chamberlain and Sr. Alma Levesque. The cross was placed on the casket by Sr. Gladys Kinville and the vows by Sr. Helen Malbourne. Readings were proclaimed by Sr. Rose Rowan and Sr. Marie Kieslich, with the Prayer of the Faithful being shared by Sr. Janice Ryan. Homilist was the Rev. LaValley. Presentation of the gifts were offered by Sr. Isoline Duclose, Ms. Pat Reid, and Becky Blanchard. Eucharistic Ministers were Sr. Germain Compagna, Sr. Virginia Moran, and Sr. Beatrice Couture. Music was provided by the Sisters of Mercy. Interment followed in Mt. St. Mary’s Cemetery with the Rev. Richard LaValley reading committal prayers. Bearers were Sr. Mary Stewart, Sr. Joanne LaFreniere, James Hayes, Rep. Rene Blanchard, Rene J. Read, and Patrick Hayes. Arrangements were by Ready Funeral Home, Burlington.
GEORGIA — NEIMAN, Thomas N. — A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Wednesday, September 13, 2000 at 11:00 a.m. in the Ascension Catholic Church in Georgia by the Rev. Frank Conners. Organ and vocal selections were by Mary Jo Gillilan. The burial pall was placed over Mr. Neimans casket by son-in-law, Michael Bouchard. Readings were by Tom’s brother Paul Neiman and Mike Nalesco. A personal tribute was paid to Tom by his brother, Gerald Neiman. Representatives were present from the Georgia Town Offices, Georgia Fire & Rescue, Vermont House of Representatives, covering several committees, including the House Transportation Committee of which Tom was a member. Offertory Gifts were presented by Rita and Fabien Ferland. The Rev. Dr. Judy Totten participated in commendation prayers at the close of the service. Burial followed in the Georgia Plains Cemetery, with Father Conners offering committal prayers. Full Military Honors were accorded Mr. Neiman at this time by members of the Vermont Air National Guard. Bearers were Ronald Hackett, John LaBarge, William Lawrence, Timothy Maxham, Douglas Plumley and Stanley Webster. Arrangements were by the Minor Funeral Home in Milton.
September 14
MARSHFIELD — PERRY, Marie — A Mass of Christian Burial for Marie Perry, 70, who died September 11, 2000 was held Thursday in North American Martyrs Church in Marshfield. The Rev. William Beaudin officiated. The organ was played by Mary Wheeler. The two soloists were Rita Laperle and Romeo Bilodeau. Hymns included: ""Christ Be Our Light”, ""I Know that my Redeemer Lives”, ""Be Not Afraid”, ""Ave Maria” and ""Let There be Peace on Earth”. Pallbearers were Richard Perry, Tim Greaves, Dennis Fowler, Jim Hartshorne, Timothy Booth, and Larry Gochey. Burial followed in the Durant Cemetery in Lower Cabot. The des Groseilliers Funeral Home of 17 Church Street in Hardwick was in charge of arrangements.
September 15
JEFFERSONVILLE — REYNOLDS, JR., Donald Richard ""Donnie” — A largely attended funeral service for Donald Richard ""Donnie” Reynolds, Jr. was held Friday, September 15, 2000 at 2:00 p.m. in the Second Congregational Church, with the Rev. Peggy Tooker officiating. Musical selections were presented by pianist and soloist Greta Boozan, including ""How Great Thou Art”, ""The Old Rugged Cross”, ""Amazing Grace” and ""Memories”. Special loving words of remembrance were shared with all attending by Paul Brown and Jim Whitney. A touching poem close to the families heart entitled ""The Dash” by Linda Ellis was recited by Reverend Tooker. Representatives were present from Johnson State College, Cambridge Town Offices, Cambridge Fire Department, and The Fraternal Order of Eagles Green Mountain Aire 3210 of Jeffersonville. A large delegation of former classmates of Lamoille Union High School Class of 1981 were also present forming a Special Honor Guard in memory of their lost classmate. Interment followed in the family lot in South Cambridge Cemetery, with Rev. Tooker offering committal prayers. A reception followed in the Eagles Club graciously hosted by the Eagles Club Womens Auxiliary. Bearers were Paul Brown, Doug Edwards, Greg Edwards, John Meigs, Robert Murray and Art Tobin. Arrangements were by the Hayes-Rich Funeral Home, 1176 Main Street, Fairfax.
September 16
MILTON/SINCLAIRVILLE, N.Y. — NADEAU, Pauline
M.
— A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Saturday, Sept.
16, 2000 at 10 a.m. in St. Ann’s Catholic Church in Milton, with the
Rev. Francis Holland as Celebrant. Concelebrant was the Rev. Ronald A.
Soutiere. Assisting with the Mass were Deacon Rev. Mr. Roger Lauziere
and Deacon Rev. Mr. Fern Rivard. The Offertory Gifts were presented by
Pauline’s sons, Mark and Matthew. The music was by Lucille Dupont.
Interment followed in the Resurrection Park Cemetery in South
Burlington, with Deacon Lauziere and Father Holland offering committal
prayers. Bearers were, Mark Nadeau, Matthew Nadeau, Wayne Ward, Larry
Ward, William Bround and Red Manning. Arrangements were by the LaVigne
Funeral Home, Winooski.
September 18
BURLINGTON — MORRIS, RITA M. — A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Monday, September 18, 2000 at 11:00 a.m in St. Mark’s Catholic Church in Burlington, with the Rev. John Feltz officiating. The Readings were proclaimed by Sister Marie Feely. The Offertory Gifts were presented by Rita’s daughter and son-in-law, Nancy and Ray Houle. Altar Servers were Everest and Laurie Smith. The music was by Mary O’Kane. Interment followed in St. Francis Xavier Cemetery in Winooski, with Father Feltz offering committal prayers. Bearers were Rita’s grandsons, Timothy Mullen, Michael Mullen, and Rita’s nephews, John Ahern and Daniel Ahern. Arrangements were by the LaVigne Funeral Home in Winooski.
STARKSBORO — SMITH, Leroy — Funeral services were held Monday, September 18, 2000 in the First Baptist Church in Starksboro with Rev. Robert Martens officiating. Organist was Marilyn Martens. Joanne Taylor, Leroy’s niece sang a solo titled ”My Task”. Many stood and gave witness to all of the things Leroy had done for the Church, Fire Department and Starksboro. Many interesting comments and stories were related. Attending the services were many family and friends from Addison and Chittenden Counties, Starksboro Fire Department and Auxiliary and FI, VA. NH, CT and NY. Interment was in Green Mount Cemetery in Starksboro. Leroy was transported to the cemetery by the Starksboro Fire Department. Bearers were Roger Thibault, David Orvis, Tony Porter, Thomas Estey, David Estey, Norman Cota, Dennis Casey, and William LaFountain. Honorary bearers were Fenwick Estey, Charles Thibault and Leslie Rublee. The Starksboro Fire Department formed an Honor Guard at the Church and Cemetery. Late Call was given at the Starksboro Fire Department. The Fire Department Auxiliary and the Women of the Church served a potluck buffet after the services.
September 19
COLCHESTER — PLOOF, Gertrude ""Jule”
— A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2000
at 11:00 a.m. in the Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church in Colchester,
with the Rev. Jay Haskin officiating. The Readings were proclaimed by
Margaret Marshall. Words of Remembrance were shared with family and
friends in attendance, including a representative from Clarkson
University, by Mickey Levee. The Altar Server was Mr. Duane Crowley. The
music was by Celia Kenyon. Interment followed in the Resurrection Park
Cemetery in South Burlington, with Father Haskin offering committal
prayers. Arrangements were by the LaVigne Funeral Home, Winooski.
WINOOSKI — ROCK, Bonnie Shea — A Mass of
Christian Burial was celebrated Friday, Sept. 19, 2000, at 11 a.m. in
St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Winooski with the Rev. Richard
Lavalley officiating. The readings were proclaimed by Robbin Sarrazin
and Carol Izzo. The responsorial psalm was read by Thomas Kane. The
music was provided by Bonnie’s grandchildren, Cody, Casey, and Samantha
Rock. The eulogy was delivered by Virginia McKenzie. Interment followed
in St. Francis Xavier Cemetery with Father Lavalley offering committal
prayers. Honorary bearers were Bruce Sarrazin, Dan Rathe, Larry McIsaac,
and Daniel Kucharski. Arrangements were made by the LaVigne Funeral Home
in Winooski.
September 21
WILLISTON — BOISSELLE, Ruth — A Mass of
Christian Burial was Celebrated on Thursday, Sept. 21, 2000 at 10 a.m.
in Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church in Williston, with the Rev.
Donald J. Ravey officiating. The Readings were proclaimed by Roger Ross.
The Offertory Gifts were presented by Patricia Pike, Jackie LaBounty and
Marie Bougeois. The music was by Annette Bouchard. Arrangements were by
the LaVigne Funeral Home, Winooski, VT.
ST. ALBANS — BRONSON, Raymond W. ”Joe”
— Funeral services for Raymond W. Bronson who died on September 17,
2000 were helf on Thursday at 11:00 A.M. in St. Mary’s Roman Catholic
Church with the Reverend Reonidas Laroche celebrating a Mass of
Christian Burial. Seated in the Sanctuary was the Reverend Dennis
Hayward, Rector of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church and Chaplain of Green
Mountain Post #1, American Legion. Father Hayward offered a eulogy and
assisted with the committal service. Serving on the Altar were Robert
LeClair and Richard Brandt. Music was by Claire Hungerford. Ushers were
Paul Fredette and Robert Cioffi. The crucifix from within the casket was
placed upon the pall by Joe’s daughter, Linda Wilson. The gifts were
presented at the Altar by grandsons, Kyle Bronson and Hale Bronson.
Scriptures were proclaimed by Joe’s granddaughter, Sara Cioffi and
Family friend Richard Pigeon. Words of remembrance were spoken and a
poem was recited by fellow Legionnaire and close personal friend, Tom
O’Brien, who ended the words of ”TAPS”. The funeral cortege was
escorted to the church by the St. Albans Police Department. A large
Honor Guard was formed at the entrance of the church by members of the
Vertens Organizations. Casketbearers were family friends, Stephen Thomas
and Dr. William Cioffi, Jr. and from the American Legion Color Guard,
Michael Biggie, Stanley White, Michael O’Dell and Raymond LeGrand.
Delegations in attendance represented the Veterens Organizations and
their Auxiliary, Franklin County International Figerfighters
Association, Fire Departments from Milton, St. Albans City and Town and
Georgia, Georgia First Response Squad, Postal Employees and Postmasters
from many Vermont Post Offices, Massachusetts and New York Postal
Services, St. Albans City Staff and Officials, Peoples Trust Co., A. N.
Deringer, Inc., Bob Cioffi Real Estate, Dr. Frank Zsoldos, Senator
George Costes, VT Gymnastics Academy, Joe Montcalm Real Estate, St.
Albans Lodge #1566, BPOE, National Association of Retired Federal
Employees, Franklin County Home Health Agency and Hospice, Vermont
District and Family Court, Cypress Vermont Design Center, Amcare
Ambulance, Mylan Technologies, Inc., International Business Machines,
Central VT Public Service Corp., and Operation Happiness. Joe’s family
would like to thank Dr. Frank Zsoldos, Dr. Robert Sofferman, Dr. Steven
Grunberg, his nurse, Sandy, Dr. Deborah Rubin, and Marty Lemnah for
their kindness and exceptional care during his illness. Interment
followed in the Bronson family lot in Holy Cross Cemetery with Father
Laroche and Father Hayward offering committal prayers. Full military
honors were accorded the retired, decorated veteran of the Korean
Conflict by Headquarters, Vermont Army National Guard from Camp Johnson.
The American Flag which draped the casket of the deceased was folded by
SFC Tom Roberts and SSGT John Boardman and presented to Raymond’s wife,
Nancy, by CW2 Scott Beaulieu. TAPS was sounded by bugler, SFC Michael
McGovern. A bereavement luncheon was then served at the Parish Center by
the Bereavement Committee of the church. A vigil was posted beside the
casket throughout the visitation at the funeral home on Wednesday by
members of the American Legion Color Guard. On Wednesday afternoon,
Chaplain, Father Hayward, conducted a prayer service with Joe’s family
and friends in the funeral home. Arrangements were made by the Heald
Funeral Home, 87 So. Main St., St. Albans.
SHELBURNE — FAYETTE,Virginia — A largely attended Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Thursday, September 21, 2000 at 10:00 AM in St. Catherine of Siena Roman Catholic Church with the Rev. Philip Lamothe officiating. Assisting were the Rev. Anthony Weiler and Deacon Robert Calabrese representing the Blessed Rafka Maronite Catholic Spiritual Center in Shelburne. Readings were proclaimed by Jeff Akiki. Music was provided by soloist Arthur Pare. In attendance were many relatives, friends, neighbors, and members of St. Catherine and Rafka Maronite parishes. Interment followed in Resurrection Park Cemetery with the Rev. Lamothe, the Rev. Weiler, and Dec. Calabrese reading committal prayers. Bearers were James F. Fayette, Frederick Fayette, Bret Bouchard, John Crabbe, Al Marlow, and Donald O’Brien. Arrangements were by Ready Funeral Home South Chapel, Burlington.
September 22
BURLINGTON — McCANN, Catherine Cecile — A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Friday, September 22, 2000 at 10:00 am in the St. Joseph’s Co-Cathedral Roman Catholic Church with the Rev. Stephen Hornat, SSE, officiating. Attending were many relatives, friends, and neighbors, and a large delegation from Farrell Distributors. Interment followed in Resurrection Park Cemetery, South Burlington with Fr. Hornat reading committal prayers. Bearers were James Merola, Frank Merola, John Desautels, John Provost, Michael Cromie, and Chris Ray. Arrangements were by the Ready Funeral Home, South Chapel, 261 Shelburne Rd.
September 23
SOUTH BURLINGTON — DUNLEAVY, Sheila Kenny — A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Saturday, September 23, 2000 at 11:00 a.m. in St. John Vianney Church, with the Rev. John Hamilton, celebrant; assisted by Deacon Joseph Lane. Altar servers were Dr. Jay Keller, Lauretta Verrett, Bea Buechler and Keith Marston. Scripture lessons were offered by Sister Carol Williams. The offertory gifts were presented by grandsons, John J., James T. and Paul A. Dechant. Sheila’s niece, Megan Kenny shared fond memories of her aunt. Burial took place in the family lot in Resurrection Park Cemetery, with Rev. Hamilton and Deacon Lane conducting the committal prayers. Pall bearers were James C. Kenny, II, Peter S. Kenny, Michael P. Gleason, Robert T. Gleason, all nephews, and Peter Hunt and Bruce Erdmann. In attendance at the service were communicants of St. John Vianney and The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, employees of the State of Vermont Transportation Agency, Alumni of Bennington High School, area retired nurses from DeGoesbriand and Fanny Allen Hospitals, VNA, and many neighbors. Arrangements were conducted by Corbin & Palmer Funeral Home, 71 South Union Street, Burlington.
ESSEX JCT. — PROVOST, Constance M. — A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Saturday, September 23, 2000 at 10 a.m. in the Holy Family Catholic Church in Essex Junction with Rev. Thomas L. Mosher officiating. The Readings were proclaimed by Eugene O’Neal. Words of Remebrance were shared with family and friends by Constance’s granddaughter, Pamela Provost. The music was by the Holy Family Choir of Christian Burial under the direction of Marguerite Meunier. terment followed in the New Mount Calvary Cemetery in Burlington with Fr. Mosher offering committal prayers. Bearers were Constance’s grandsons, Robert, Christopher, Jordan, Jason and Jeffrey Provost and Richard Giroux. Arrangements were by the Lavigne Funeral Home, Winooski, VT.
NORTHFIELD — TETZLAFF, Quinn Sullivan — Funeral services for Quinn Sullivan Tetzlaff, who died Tuesday, September 19, 2000 in the Central Vermont Hospital in Berlin, were conducted Saturday, September 23, 2000 at 11:00 a.m. in the United Methodist Church in Northfield. The Rev. Wayne Jones, Pastor, officiated. Scripture readings were offered by an uncle, John Sullivan, Betty Lord and Dr. Louis DiNicola. The organist was Alison Cerutti who played congregational hymns, ""In the Garden”, ""Amazing Grace” and ""Hymns of Promise”. Soloist was Ben Power who sang, ""The Stolen Child”. Mr. Power also played a Lament on the Irish Flute. The eulogy was offered by Margaret Novotny. Pall bearers were Quinn’s grandfather, Charles R. Tetzlaff, and his uncle, John Sullivan. A prayer service was conducted Friday evening at the Kingston Funeral Home in Northfield, led by Reverend Jones. Burial took place in the family plot in the South Hero Cemetery.
September 25
ESSEX JUNCTION — GRENLEY, RAYMOND — A
funeral service was held Monday, September 25, 2000 at 10 a.m. in Grace
United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Robert Lowenthal conducting the
service. The organist was Marie Johnson and special music was provided
by The Green Mountain Chorus. Words of remembrance were shared by Mr.
Grenley’s daughter, Ruth LeBlanc. Pall bearers were his son, Stephen
Grenley; his grandsons, Shane Grenley, Chris and John LeBlanc, also
Joseph Bornstein and John Fox. Burial took place in The Vermont Veterans
Cemetery in Randolph on Tuesday September 26, 2000 with the Rev.
Lowenthal conducting the committal prayers. Attending were neighbors,
friends and friends from Cardiac Rehab. There was also a large
delegation from the Green Mountain Chorus. Corbin & Palmer Funeral
Home, 9 Pleasant Street, Essex Junction was in charge of arrangements.
WINOOSKI — MILES, HENRY C. — A Mass of
Christian Burial was celebrated on Tuesday, September 26, 2000 at 11
a.m. in St. Stephen’s Catholic Church in Winooski, with Rev. Richard
Lavalley officiating. Altar servers were Mr. Edmund Villemaire and Mr.
Jeff Buehner. The music was by Celia Kenyon. Interment followed in the
New Mount Calvary Cemetery in Burlington, with Father Lavalley offering
committal prayers. Full military honors were accorded the deceased by
members of the Vermont Air National Guard. Bearers were, Francis Pidgeon,
Jeff LaBelle, Douglas Brink, Floyd Jarvis, Lawrence Holmes and Gilbert
Mongeon. Arrangements were by the LaVigne Funeral Home, Winooski.
SOUTH BURLINGTON — ZAJCHOWSKI, Joseph S. and ZAJCHOWSKI, Joyce M. — A largely attended Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Monday, September 25, 2000 at 11:00 AM in St. John Vianney Roman Catholic Church with the Rev. John Hamilton as the main celebrant. Concelebrating was the Rev. Albert Baltz. Assisting were Deacon Joseph Lane and Deacon Anthony Previti. Music was provided by Gary Moreau. The readings were proclaimed by George Frost and Robert Wilkins. The Offertory gifts were presented by grandchildren Sara and Justin Tolbert, Jeffrey, Matthew and Michael Albertini, Rachel Zajchowski, and Nathan and Zachary Hall, and by daughters Kathleen Tolbert, Carol Albertini and Laura Zajchowski and daughter-in-law Shari Halik. Words of remembrance were offered by Joyce’s sister Lois McKinney. In attendance were delegations from the greater Burlington Area Architectural Profession and Building Trades, Trinity College, the Green Mountain Nursing Home, the Vermont Chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute, as well as many friends and parishioners of St. John Vianney Church. Burial followed in Resurrection Park Cemetery with Fr. Hamilton, Fr. Baltz, Deacon Lane and Deacon Previti all sharing in committal prayers. Pallbearers for Joyce were son David Zajchowski, son-in-law Mark Albertini, grandsons Jeffrey and Michael Albertini and nephews Brian and Michael McKinney. Pallbearers for Joseph were sons Greg and Steven Zajchowski, sons-in-law Jeffrey Tolbert and Gerry Hall, grandson Matthew Albertini and nephew Frank Maluda. The Zajchowski family would like to express their deepest gratitude for the overwhelming support received from the community and dear friends.
September 26
WINOOSKI — MILES, HENRY C. — A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Tuesday, September 26, 2000 at 11 a.m. in St. Stephen’s Catholic Church in Winooski, with Rev. Richard Lavalley officiating. Altar servers were Mr. Edmund Villemaire and Mr. Jeff Buehner. The music was by Celia Kenyon. Interment followed in the New Mount Calvary Cemetery in Burlington, with Father Lavalley offering committal prayers. Full military honors were accorded the deceased by members of the Vermont Air National Guard. Bearers were, Francis Pidgeon, Jeff LaBelle, Douglas Brink, Floyd Jarvis, Lawrence Holmes and Gilbert Mongeon. Arrangements were by the LaVigne Funeral Home, Winooski.
September 29
BURLINGTON — BOOSKA, Floyd A. — A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Friday September 29, 2000 at 11am in St. Mark’s Catholic Church with Father John Feltz as celebrant. The organist and soloist was Mary O’Kane. Alter Servers were Charles Worcester and Charles Ploof. Readings were done by Diana Poirier and Judy White. Words of remembrance and a poem were done by Mr. Booska’s son Jim Booska. The gifts were brought to the alter by his daughters; Diana Poirier, Mary Ball, Mary Ann Lawrence and Rita Carlin. Pall Bearers were his sons James and Allan Booska, David and Peter White; grandsons Zachary Lawrence, Michael Poirier, Christopher Ball and a good friend Everett Burns Sr. Attending were St. Mark’s parishioners, many close friends and neighbors. Burial followed in Lakeview Cemetery with full Military Honors and Father Feltz conducting the committal prayers. Corbin and Palmer Funeral Home 71 So. Union St., Burlington was in charge of arrangements.
ALFREDA G. (MARTELL) SKELLEY BEDFORD, N.H. — Alfreda G. (Martell) Skelley, 91, of Bedford, N.H., died in Bedford on January 29, 2000. A graveside committal service will take place at 11 a.m. on Friday, September 29, 2000 in Old Mt. Calvary Cemetery in Burlington. Arrangements are by Boucher & Pritchard Funeral Directors.
September 30
JOHNSON, VT. — DeROSE, Penny S. — Funeral services for Penny S. DeRose will be held Saturday, September 30, 2000 at 2:00 p.m. in the First Congregational Church in Morrisville, Vt. Interment will be at the convenience of the family.
ELEANOR LaVALLEE PERRY 7-21-22 to 9-11-00
A Memorial Mass for Eleanor Perry will be celebrated on Saturday, Sept.
30 at 8:00 a.m. in the chapel at St. Joseph Co-Cathedral in Burlington.
BURLINGTON — ROBERTS, Harold J. Sr. — A
funeral service and celebration of Harold’s life was held Saturday,
Sept. 30, 2000, at 10:30 a.m. in the Ready Funeral Home South Chapel.
Officiating was the Rev. Adrianne Carr of First Congregational Church in
Burlington. Words of love and remembrance were shared by his family.
Following the committal service in Lakeview Cemetery by the Rev. Carr,
the Vermont Army National Guard accorded full military honors, and the
U.S. flag was presented to Harold’s wife, Carolyn. Bearers were his
nephews, Raymond, Ronald, Freddy, Randy and Robert, and great-nephew
Josh Roberts. Arrangements were by Ready Funeral Home South Chapel, 261
Shelburne Road, Burlington.
 

 

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