Miscellaneous Bristol County, Massachusetts Obituaries

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Drew M. St. Amour
ROTHSVILLE, Pa. -- Drew Michael St. Amour, 6 days old, of 407 Brenneman Road, Willow Street, died at home, Monday, April 1, 1996. He was the son of Dawn Angela St. Amour of William Street, Pa., and Todd M. Clites of Rothsville, Pa.
He was born on March 26, 1996, at Community Hospital of Lancaster.
Survivors include his parents; maternal grandparents, David and Diane St. Amour of Willow Street; paternal grandparents, Larry and Fran Clites of Rothsville; maternal great-grandparents, Robert and Muriel St. Amour of Westport, and a maternal great-grandmother, Lauretta Fortier of Massachusetts.
He was also the great-grandchild of Henry Fortier.
Arrangements are by the Gundel Funeral Home, 415 N. Duke Street, Lancaster.

Ernest Mathews Jr.
WAREHAM -- Ernest Mathews Jr., 61, of Sandwich Road, died Monday, April 1, 1996. He was the son of the late Ema (Nunes) and Ernest Mathews Sr.
Born in Wareham, he attended the local schools and was employed as a laborer in road construction.
Survivors include a son, Harold Santos of Wareham; a daughter, Kimberly Santos of New Bedford; two sisters, Patricia Monteiro and Pearl Barros, both of Wareham; two brothers, Louis Mathews of California and Ronald Mathews of Middleboro; and five grandchildren.
Arrangements are by the Stott, Chapman, Cole & Gleason Funeral Home, 2599 Cranberry Highway (Route 28).

Rachel A. Houle
HUDSON, Fla. -- Rachel A. Houle, 83, died Thursday, March 21, 1996. She was the wife of Leo E. Houle and daughter of the late Emma Morlock and Edward J. Foisy.
She died at National Health Care.
Born in New Bedford, she lived in Connecticut before moving to Florida. While in Connecticut, she was employed by United Technology Aircraft Manufacturers until her retirement. She was a member of St. Michael Catholic Church.
Mrs. Houle was a member of the National Association of Retired Federal Employees of Bayonnet Point and the Port Richey Organ Society.
Survivors include her widower; a sister, Evelyn F. Benner of Rochester, Mass.; a stepson, Leo Jackson of Wellington, Conn.; a stepdaughter, Freida Corrence of Eugene, Ore.; and nieces and nephews
She was the sister of the late Alice Arendt, Herbert Foisy, and Ethel Boucher.
Arrangements were by Bell Funeral Home, Bayonet Point.

Devon J. Andrews
NEW BEDFORD -- Devon Jay Andrews, 2 months old, died unexpectedly Monday, April 1, 1996. He was the son of Christy M. Cote and Brian R. Wiley.
He died at St. Luke's Hospital.
He was born in New Bedford on January 30, 1996.
Survivors include his parents; a brother, Manny Jay Andrews of New Bedford; his grandparents, Annette Cote, James Thomas and Richard and Carol Conceicao, all of New Bedford; his great-grandparents, Peggy Cote of Marion and Rene G. Cote of Fall River; his great-great-grandmother, Irenda Cote of Fairhaven, three aunts and several great-aunts and great-uncles.
Arrangements are by the Saunders-Dwyer Home for Funerals, 495 Park St.

Aurore M. Almeida
FREETOWN -- Aurore M. (Genereux) Almeida, 85, of East Freetown, formerly of Estelle Avenue died Tuesday, April 2, 1996, after a long illness. She was the widow of Joseph Almeida and daughter of the late Eugene and Dora (Dion) Genereux.
She died at Alden Court Nursing Home.
Born in New Bedford, she lived in East Freetown for many years, was a communicant of St. John Neumann Church and was employed by Acushnet Company as an assembler until her retirement.
Mrs. Almeida was a former member of St. Anne's Sodality of St. Francis Xavier Church and the Freetown Seniors.
Survivors include three sons, Donald Almeida of East Bridgewater, William Almeida of Valley Center, Calif., and Robert Almeida of Monterey, Calif.; a daughter, Lois Lambalot of New Bedford; a brother, Albert Genereux of New Bedford; a sister, Viola Osborne of New Bedford, nine grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are by the Rock Funeral Home, 1285 Ashley Blvd., New Bedford.

Clotile Catterall
NEW BEDFORD -- Clotile "Tillie" Catterall, 68, died Monday, April 1, 1996, after a brief illness. She was the wife of Frederick C. Catterall and daughter of the late Joaquim N. and Catherine (Pinto) Faria.
She died at Boston University Medical Center.
She was a lifelong resident of New Bedford and a member of St. Martin Episcopal Church.
Mrs. Catterall was a member of the Blueberryhill Campers Association, Plymouth and an avid knitter for Quarters for Christmas.
Survivors include her widower; a daughter, Lois C. Ayotte of New Bedford; a son, John T. Catterall of Mattapoisett; a sister, Brites Rodrigues of New Bedford; a brother, Alfred N. Farias of New Bedford and several nieces and nephews.
She was the sister of the late Jack Faria, Joseph Faria, Sarah Faria and George N. Farias.
Arrangements are by the Aubertine Funeral Home, 129 Allen St.
Due to information received by the funeral home, Mrs. Catterall's place of death was incorrect in Thursday's obituary.

Joseph Borges
DARTMOUTH -- Joseph "Mr. B" Borges, 77, of Dartmouth died at home Thursday, April 4, 1996, after a brief illness. He was the husband of Winifred (Freitas) Long-Borges and son of the late Manuel and Ermelinda (Lewis) Borges.
Born in Fairhaven, he lived there until moving to Dartmouth 19 years ago. He was formerly employed by Old Colony Transportation for 31 years and then by American Eagle as a bus driver for 10 years until his retirement.
Mr. Borges was a member of the Local 59 Teamsters Union.
Survivors include his widow; three daughters, Joanne Crogan of Norton, Elizabeth Medeiros of Sarasota, Fla., and Darlene Carreau of Middleboro; a son, George Prien of Plymouth; two sisters, Mary Oliveira of Fairhaven and Evelyn Linhares of Mattapoisett; a brother, Dennis Borges of Fairhaven; 16 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
He also was the brother of the late Antone Borges, Ernest Borges, Manuel Borges and the late Louise Brown.
Arrangements are by Fairhaven Funeral Home, 117 Main St., Fairhaven.

Mary Beattie, 93
DARTMOUTH -- Mary Beattie, 93, of North Dartmouth died Wednesday, April 3, 1996, after a long illness. She was the widow of John Beattie and daughter of the late Eulalia (da Silva) and Jose Gomes Amorin.
She died at Forestview Nursing Home, Wareham.
Born in Fayal, Azores, she lived in the New Bedford area all her life. She was formerly employed by local cotton mills as a winder tender.
Survivors include eight grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; and several grandnieces and grandnephews.
She was the sister of the late Anna Amaral, Leo Amorin and Joseph Amorin.
Arrangements are by the Perry Funeral Home, 111 Dartmouth St., New Bedford.
Due to information received by the funeral home, Mrs. Beattie's late sister and late brothers were omitted in Thursday's obituary.

Michael Hanczaryk
WESTPORT -- Michael Hanczaryk, 70, died at home Wednesday, April 3, 1996, after a long illness. He was the husband of Theresa M. (Hession) Hanczaryk and son of the late Alec H. and Mary (Tarka) Hanczaryk.
Born in Fall River, he lived in Fairhaven most of his life before moving to Westport a year ago. He was employed by Raytheon Corp. in Portsmouth, R.I., as a materials manager for 30 years until his retirement 12 years ago.
He was a Navy veteran of World War II.
Mr. Hanczaryk was a member of the American Racing Pigeon Club and a former member of the New Bedford and Whaling City Racing Pigeon clubs.
Survivors include his widow; two daughters, Karen Dorgan of Fairhaven and Cynthia Kulig of Foxboro; two sons, Michael Hanczaryk of Acushnet and John Hanczaryk of Westport; and seven grandchildren.
Arrangements are by Fairhaven Funeral Home, 117 Main St., Fairhaven.

Alfred DeMello Sr.
NEW BEDFORD -- Alfred DeMello Sr., 79, of New Bedford died Thursday, April 4, 1996, after a long illness. He was the widower of Hilda (Moniz) DeMello and son of the late Joseph and Luiza (Sylvia) DeMello.
He died at St. Luke's Hospital.
He was a lifelong resident of New Bedford and a communicant of St. Francis of Assisi Church. He was employed by Pacheco Hardware as a carpenter until his retirement, and prior to that by Olson and Appelby Construction Co. as a laborer.
Survivors include a son, Alfred DeMello Jr. of New Bedford; two grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and his dear friend, Lucy Gunberg of New Bedford.
Arrangements are by the Perry Funeral Home, 111 Dartmouth St.

Evelyn M. DeAndrade
WESTPORT -- Evelyn M. (Clement) DeAndrade, 77, of State Road died Wednesday, April 3, 1996, after a long illness. She was the widow of John "Jack" DeAndrade and daughter of the late Dolor E. and Mildred P. (Thatcher) Clement.
She died at Charlton Memorial Hospital in Fall River.
Born in New Bedford, she lived in Westport more than 54 years and formerly was a school bus driver in Westport and was a courier for the town School Department. She was co-owner of Jack's Shell Gas Station at the corner of Route 177 and Forge Road, and co-owner of DeAndrade Bus Co. in Westport.
Mrs. DeAndrade drove the van for the Friends of Westport.
Survivors include a son, Ronald DeAndrade of Westport; three grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are by the Potter Funeral Home, 81 Reed Road.

Patience Bryan
WESTPORT -- Patience (Barker) Bryan, 79, of 64 Peckham Lane, Westport Harbor, died at home Wednesday, April 3, 1996, after a brief illness. She was the widow of Burton D. Bryan, M.D., a prominent local physician, and daughter of the late Harold Remington and Edith (Hawes) Barker.
Born in Fall River in 1916, she taught nursery school in Montpelier, Vt., where she met her future husband, then lived in Fall River and Westport Harbor for nearly 50 years.
She was a 1933 graduate of B.M.C. Durfee High School in Fall River and a 1935 graduate of Bradford Junior College in Bradford. She was a former member of the First Congregational Church in Fall River and an active member of the United Congregational Church in Little Compton.
Mrs. Bryan was a member and past president of the Garden Club of Buzzards Bay and was known for her love and knowledge of wildflowers and her commitment to conservation. She was a member of the Friday Club in Fall River, the Westport Art Group, the Acoaxet Club in Westport, and the Elephant Rock Beach Club in Westport.
Friends and family knew her as a landscape painter who painted from the time she was 12 years old. Last year, she completed a painting course at the Wooden Boat School in Bar Harbor, Maine. She traveled extensively and was an active skier until the age of 77.
Mrs. Bryan gave a gift of seven acres of shoreland on the east branch of the Westport River to the town of Westport in 1967.
Survivors include three sons, Burton Barker Bryan of Norwell, Harold Barker Bryan of St. George, New Brunswick, Canada, and Robert Remington Bryan of Harpswell, Maine; a daughter, Sarah Bryan Jansen of Westport; two brothers, William H. Barker of Westport and John B. Barker of Tallahassee, Fla.; eight grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; and a close friend, Frank J. Lepreau, M.D., of Westport.
She was also the sister of the late Alice B. Adams.
Arrangements are by "Cherry Place" Home of Waring-Ashton & Coughlin-D.D. Sullivan-Driscoll, 178 Winter St., Fall River.

James L. Riggs
PALA, Calif. -- James Leroy Riggs, 42, formerly of New Bedford, died unexpectedly Tuesday, April 2, 1996. He was the husband of Theresa Riggs and son of Leroy and Patricia (Silva) Riggs.
He died in Murrieta, Calif.
He lived in New Bedford for 16 years before moving to California. He was employed by San Diego Gas and Electric for 17 years as a meter reader.
Mr. Riggs was a Vietnam War Marine Corps veteran.
Survivors include his widow; a daughter, Renee Riggs of California; a son, James Riggs of California; two brothers, Richard Riggs and Ronald Riggs, both of California; four sisters, Theresa Riggs, Debra Torres, Patricia Riggs and Tammy Guachino, all of California.
He was also the grandson of the late Manuel Silva and Mary Silva.
Arrangements are by the Berry Bell & Hall Mortuary, 333 N. Vine St., Fallbrook.

Frank C. Martin
NEW BEDFORD -- Frank C. Martin, 71, died unexpectedly Tuesday, April 2, 1996. He was the husband of Mary Elvira (Dias) Martin and son of the late Maria (Enos) and Manuel C. Martin.
He died at St. Luke's Hospital.
He was a lifelong resident of New Bedford and a communicant of St. John the Baptist Church. He was employed by Gem Fillet Co. as a fish cutter until his retirement.
Survivors include his widow; a daughter, Sandra Edwards of New Bedford; a brother, John Martin of New Bedford; two sisters, Mary Phaneuf of New Bedford and Irene DeMello of North Dartmouth; two grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are by the Perry Funeral Home, 111 Dartmouth St.
Due to information received by the funeral home, Mr. Martin's mother's maiden name was incorrect and his brother was omitted in Thursday's obituary.

Milton Horvitz
NEW BEDFORD -- Milton "Marny" Horvitz, 80, died unexpectedly Thursday, April 4, 1996. He was the husband of Sally (Gordon) Horvitz and son of the late Max and Ida (Bronstein) Horvitz.
Born in Fall River, he lived in New Bedford for 74 years and was a 1934 graduate of New Bedford High School and a 1937 graduate of New Bedford Textile Institute. He was employed by the Fall River Paper and Supply Corp. in Fall River as a salesman until his retirement 15 years ago.
Mr. Horvitz was a member of the Wamsutta Lodge AF&AM, the Scottish Rite of Fall River Masonic District, Sword of Bunker Hill of Pawtucket, R.I., the New Bedford YMCA, the New Bedford Post 154 Jewish War Veterans, the Tifereth Israel Congregation in New Bedford, and the Minyan Breakfast Club at the Tifereth Israel Congregation. He was also a Shriner and 32nd-degree Mason and a volunteer at St. Luke's Hospital in New Bedford.
Survivors include his widow; a daughter, Ilene Horvitz of Duxbury; a son, Charles Horvitx of Westwood; and two grandchildren.
He was also the brother of the late Samuel Horvitz.
Arrangements are by the Brezniak-Rodman Funeral Directors/Dartmouth Funeral Home, 230 Russells Mills Road, South Dartmouth.

Johanna T. Hinchcliffe
FALL RIVER -- Johanna T. (Dwyer) Hinchcliffe, 81, of 44 Bark St. died Tuesday, April 2, 1996. She was the wife of John F. Hinchcliffe and daughter of the late Richard and Catherine (McCaffrey) Dwyer.
She died at Crawford Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
She was a lifelong resident of Fall River and was educated in local schools. She was a communicant of Immaculate Conception Church.
Survivors include her widower; two sons, John Hinchcliffe of Middleboro and Paul Hinchcliffe of Lakeville; four sisters, Kathleen McMahon of Fall River, Eileen Stevens of Florida, Mary Devine of Newport, R.I., and Ruth Kennedy of San Diego; two grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
She was the sister of the late Thomas Dwyer and James Dwyer.
Arrangements are by the Jeffrey E. Sullivan Funeral Home, 550 Locust St.

Grace E. Tongue
WESTPORT -- Grace E. (Ormerod) Tongue, 81, of Gifford Road died Wednesday, April 3, 1996, after a long illness. She was the wife of Merle Tongue and daughter of the late Smith and Lillian (Clegg) Ormerod.
She died at Charlton Memorial Hospital, Fall River.
Born in Fall River, she lived in Westport more than 36 years and was a member of Kingdom Hall Jehovah's Witnesses of Fall River.
She was a homemaker.
Survivors include her widower; two sons, William "Billy" Tongue of Freetown and Richard "Rick" Tongue of Westport; two daughters, Elizabeth Tongue of Havre the Grace, Md., and Rosemary Joseph of Fall River; and eight grandchildren.
Arrangements are by Potter Funeral Home, 81 Reed Road.

Hilda W. Sowle
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Hilda W. (Johnson) Sowle, 89, of Gainesville died Saturday, March 30, 1996, after a brief illness. She was the widow of Clifton L. Sowle Jr. and daughter of the late Alfred and Fannie (Moore) Johnson.
She died at Shands Hospital.
Born in New Bedford, she lived in Plymouth before moving to Florida in 1961. She was a homemaker.
Survivors include two sons, Richard G. Sowle of East Freetown and Edward F. Sowle of Gainesville; a daughter, Ann E. Sowle of Middletown, Conn.; eight grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren.
She was the mother of the late Stanley W. Sowle and sister of the late Alfred Johnson and George R. Johnson.
Arrangements were by the Williams-Thomas Funeral Home, Gainesville.

Jacob Schultz, 93
BROOKLINE -- Jacob "Jack" Schultz, 93, of Brookline died at home Thursday, April 4, 1996. He was the husband of Sadye (Mann) Schultz.
He was the founder of Schultz Woodworking Co. in Cambridge and a founding member of the Temple Beth Zion in Brookline.
He and his wife would have celebrated their 70th anniversary next month.
Mr. Schultz was a member of many Jewish and civic organizations, the Masons and Shriners.
Survivors include his widow; two daughters, Lorraine Rudnick of New Bedford and Rita Schultz of Boston and Puerto Rico; two sons, Allen Schultz and Stephen Schultz, both of Boston; two brothers, Simon Schultz of Framingham and Abraham "Al" Schultz of Newton; 10 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.
Arrangements are by Levine Funeral Services, 470 Harvard St., Brookline.

Mary Beattie, 93
DARTMOUTH -- Funeral services were held yesterday for Mary (Amorin) Beattie, 93, of North Dartmouth, who died Wednesday, April 3, 1996, after a long illness. She was the widow of John Beattie and daughter of the late Eulalia (da Silva) and Jose Gomes Amorin.
She died at Forestview Nursing Homein Wareham.
Born in Fayal, Azores, she lived in the New Bedford area most of her life. She formerly was employed by local cotton mills as a winder tender.
Survivors include eight grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; and several grandnieces and grandnephews.
She was the mother of the late Eulalia (Almeida) Smith Vacchelli and sister of the late Anna Amaral, Leo Amorin and Joseph Amorin.
Arrangements were by the Perry Funeral Home, 111 Dartmouth St., New Bedford.
Due to information received by the funeral home, Mrs. Beattie's late daughter was omitted in Friday's obituary.

Clair F. Carpenter, at 81
NEW BEDFORD -- Clair F. Carpenter, Esq., 81, died Thursday, April 4, 1996, after a brief illness. He was the widow of Marie Jeanne (Houde) Carpenter and son of the late Denver and Helene (Grabow) Carpenter.
He died at St. Luke's Hospital.
Born in Papillion, Neb., on Feb. 9, 1915, he lived in New Bedford for 55 years after retiring from the Army.
Mr. Carpenter was a prominent lawyer in New Bedford for many years and was active in local politics, having run for mayor in 1963. He recently resigned from the City of New Bedford Board of Election Commissioners.
A notable sports figure in the late 1940s and early '50s, he pitched for the Club Sport Madeirense in the Twilight League.
Mr. Carpenter graduated from Boston University with a bachelor of arts degree in 1948 and was initiated into the Phi Betta Kappa fraternity. He graduated from Boston University Law School in 1951.
He joined the Army in 1936, and was awarded the Purple Heart for serious injuries and the Silver Star for gallantry in action at Selerno, Italy, on Sept. 9, 1943, when he exposed himself to direct enemy fire in order to put into operation a cannon focused on a German machine-gun nest. He received a burst of machine-gun bullets through his neck, which shattered the right side of his face.
Mr. Carpenter was a very prominent member of Post 1 American Legion, Voiture 577, and the Forty and Eight; judge advocate of Bristol County Council of the American Region, District 9, and grand advocate of Grand Voiture, Forty and Eight of Massachusetts.
Mr. Carpenter was a member of the Reserve Officers Association, the Retired Officers Association, the New Bedford Bar Association, the Bristol County Bar Association, the Massachusetts Bar Association, and the American Bar Association.
He also was a member of the New Bedford County Club and the Wamsutta Club.
Survivors include two sisters, Mary Dodder of Plano, Texas, and Dorothy Hamilton of Freemont, Neb.; and several nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are by Rock Funeral Home, 1285 Ashley Blvd.

Wilfred Cote, 94
NEW BEDFORD -- Wilfred Cote, 94, of Hallmark Nursing Home, formerly of East Fairhaven, died Friday, April 5, 1996, after a long illness. He was the husband of Louise V. (Wilkinson) Newberry-Cote, widow of Roseane (Millette) Cote and son of the late Alphonse and Angel (Belanger) Cote.
He died at Hallmark Nursing Home.
Born in Fall River, he lived in East Fairhaven for 66 years before moving to New Bedford four years ago. He was a communicant of St. Joseph Church in Fairhaven and worked with his father and brother deep sea diving for a salvage company, Merit-Scott-Chapman. He also worked in several mills as a loom operator before retiring from Dawson Brewery as an inspector.
Survivors include his widow and several nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are by Rock Funeral Home, 1285 Ashley Blvd.

Mary Vieira
NEW BEDFORD -- Mary (Jardin) Vieira, 84, died Tuesday, April 2, 1996, after a long illness. She was the widow of Joseph Vieira and daughter of the late Joseph and Georgianna (Souza) Jardin.
She died at The Oaks.
Born in Santa Cruz, Madeira Island, she lived in the New Bedford area most of her life and was a communicant of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church.
She formerly was employed by States Nightwear as a trimmer until her retirement.
Mrs. Vieira was a member of Morse Twist Drill Seniors.
Survivors include a son, Dr. Nelson H. Vieira of Providence; a daughter, Jo-Ann Powers of New Bedford; three grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are by the Boulevard Funeral Home, 223 Ashley Blvd.

William H. Isherwood Sr.
ACUSHNET -- William "Bill" H. Isherwood Sr., 69, formerly of Fairhaven, died unexpectedly Friday, April 5, 1996. He was the husband of Doris R. (Smith) Isherwood and son of the late Charles and Sadie (Norcross) Isherwood.
He died at St. Luke's Hospital.
Born in Fisherville, he lived in Fairhaven before moving to Acushnet three years ago. He was employed by Baadar Inc. of New Bedford as a machinist until his retirement in 1989.
Mr. Isherwood was a World War II Army veteran and an avid fisherman.
Survivors include his widow; two daughters, Joyce Veilleux of Fairhaven and Heather Albritton of Acushnet; a son, William H. Isherwood Jr. of Fairhaven; two brothers, Charles Isherwood of Yarmouth and Herbert Isherwood of New Bedford; eight grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
He was the father of the late Steven W. Isherwood.
Arrangements are by Fairlawn Mortuary, 180 Washington St., Fairhaven.

Ismeria Correia
NEW BEDFORD -- Ismeria Correia, 76, died unexpectedly Thursday, April 4, 1996. She was the widow of Antonio Correia and daughter of the late Gil and Carlota (DeMedeiros) Jeronymo.
She died at her daughter's home in New Bedford.
Born in Povocao, Sao Miguel, Azores, she lived in New Bedford for 28 years. She was a communicant of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church and was formerly employed by Mar-Lil Corporation as a stitcher and dressmaker until her retirement.
Mrs. Correia was a member of the Holy Rosary Society of her parish and the Order of Mount Carmel Society.
Survivors include six daughters, Ivone Melo and Norma Furtado, both of Sao Miguel, Azores, Marina Tavares of Tracy, Calif., Lorena Knutsen of San Leandro, Calif., Doris Pavao of New Bedford and Marilia Rodrigues of Chino, Calif.; four brothers, Gil Jeronymo, Humberto Araujo and Norberto Araujo, all of Sao Miguel, Azores, and Carlos Jeronymo of New Bedford; three sisters, Carmelia Amaral of Sao Miguel, Azores, Natalia Araujo and Ilda Bettencourt, both of New Bedford; 18 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; and several grandnieces and grandnephews.
Arrangements are by the Perry Funeral Home, 111 Dartmouth St.

Shirley S. Taylor
WAREHAM -- Shirley S. (Holden) Taylor, 68, of 66 Cromsett Road, died Wednesday, April 3, 1996, after a long illness. She was the wife of Albert D. Taylor and daughter of Marion (Walker) Holden of Warwick, R.I.
She died at Tobey Hospital.
Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., she lived in Providence, for 10 years and then South Dartmouth for 15 years before moving to Wareham four years ago.
She was employed by the Institute for Mental Health while living in Providence, as a nurse's aid for several years and then was employed by Chamberlain Mfg., as a security guard for 10 years until her retirement in 1986.
Survivors include her widower; her mother; a stepdaughter, Leslie A. Taylor of Chicago, Ill.; and three brothers, Spencer "Torch" Holden of New York City, Robert "Biggie" Holden of Warwick, R.I., and Donald "Moe" Holden of East Providence.
She was the sister of the late James Holden.
Arrangements are by the Bell Funeral Home, 571 Broad St., Providence.

Amos D. Bousquet
PINELLAS, Fla. -- Amos D. Bousquet, 67, of Pinellas Park and Wareham, died Sunday, March 31, 1996. He was the husband of Dorothy (Oliver) Bousquet and son of the late Amos and Jesse (Cardin) Bousquet.
Born in Taunton, he attended the Raynham Schools and moved to Wareham 28 years ago. He was the former owner of Garden Mobile Parks and Onset Beach Mobile Park and retired in 1993.
He was a World War II Army veteran who served in Japan as a military police officer. Mr. Bousquet was a member of the Wareham Elks.
Survivors include his widow; three daughters, Joyce Snyder of Orlando, Fla., and Michelle Hogan and Marcia McIntyre, both of Wareham; a son, Bruce Bousquet of Mesa, Ariz.; a brother, Louis A. Bousquet of Pinellas Park; seven grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Arrangements are by the Stott, Chapman, Cole & Gleason Funeral Home, 2599 Cranberry Highway (Route 28), Wareham.


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