Miscellaneous Bristol County, Massachusetts Obituaries

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Chris A. Cardoza
FALMOUTH -- Chris A. Cardoza, 34, of East Falmouth, died unexpectedly Wednesday, May 8, 1996. He was the fiance of Anne Craft and son of Annie (Rezendes) and Adelino Cardoza Sr.
Born in Wareham, he was a 1980 graduate of Falmouth High School and was employed as a union carpenter by Local 624 of Brockton for 10 years. He was a sergeant in the Massachusetts National Guard, Fall River, for 17 years.
Mr. Cardoza was a member of the Cape Verdean Club of Falmouth and softball and bowling leagues. He enjoyed videotaping youth sports, including boxing on Cape Cod.
Survivors include his fiancee; his parents; two daughters, Crystal Craft and Kimberly Craft of East Falmouth; two brothers, Adelino Nuna Cardoza Jr. and Lennie Cardoza of East Falmouth; three sisters, Lena Sharpe, Jean Hubbard and Leslie Cardoza, all of Petersburg, Va.; his maternal grandmother, Katie Rezendes of East Falmouth; and several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are by Chapman, Cole & Gleason Funeral Home, Route 28A, West Falmouth.

Normand P. Blier Sr.
ENFIELD, Conn. -- Normand P. Blier Sr., 67, of Willard Drive, died at home Wednesday, May 8, 1996. He was the widower of Barbara J. Blier and son of the late George and Evelyn (Babineau) Blier.
Born in New Bedford, he lived in Enfield for the past 36 years. He was a member of St. Bernard Church and was employed as a steam fitter by Local 777 for 35 years until his retirement in 1990.
Mr. Blier was a Marine Corps veteran.
Survivors include three sons, James W. Maddux of Lebanon, Normand P. Blier Jr. and David J. Blier of Enfield; a daughter, Evelyn F. Parsley of Ledyard; three brothers, Emile Blier of North Dartmouth, Maurice Blier of Middleboro and Henry Blier of Manteno, Ill.; and three grandchildren.
Arrangements are by the Browne Memorial Funeral Chapels, 43 Shaker Road.

Anastasia Makrys
MARION -- Anastasia (Karalekas) Makrys, 65, of Bell Guzzle Lane died Wednesday, May 8, 1996, after a long illness. She was the wife of Nicholas Makrys and daughter of the late Charles and Pauline (Kotsilimbas) Karalekas.
She died at the Sippican Health Care Center.
Born in New Bedford, she was a 1951 graduate of Laselle Junior College, the centennial class, and until her illness was employed by St. Luke's Hospital as a medical transcriptionist.
Mrs. Makrys was formerly the district secretary of GOYA, a member of St. George Greek Orthodox Church, and a member of the Philoptochos Society.
Survivors include her widower; a son, George N. Makrys of Marion; a daughter, Pamela Ann Makrys of Miami, and a brother, Anthony K. Karalekas.
Arrangements are by Austin-Carney Funeral Home, 549 County St., New Bedford.

George O. Gamache
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- George O. Gamache, 72, formerly of New Bedford, died Friday, May 3, 1996, after a brief illness. He was the husband of Dorothy (Torres) Gamache.
Born in Canada, he was raised in New Bedford and moved to California in the 1950s. He was employed by Lockheed-Martin, formerly Lockheed Space and Missile, as a research and development engineer for 28 years until his retirement. He also was employed by the former Continental Screw Co. of New Bedford as a machinist.
Mr. Gamache was a World War II Navy veteran. He enjoyed gardening, bird watching, hiking and traveling.
Survivors include his widow; two sons, Robert Gamache and Richard Gamache of California; a daughter, Susan Sunzeri of California; a brother, Arthur Gamache of Springfield; a sister, Blanche LeBlanc of New Bedford; and a grandson.
Arrangements were by the Neptune Society, San Jose. A memorial service will be held in California.

Frances H. Dubiel
BELLINGHAM, Wash. -- Frances Holmes Dubiel, died Wednesday, May 8, 1996. She was the widow of Edward S. Dubiel and daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Bailey Holmes.
Born in Plymouth, she attended Plymouth schools and graduated from Keene Normal School, N.H. She was employed as an elementary school teacher in Boylston, Fairhaven, Mattapoisett, Marion and Wareham and had lived in Bellingham for the past 18 months.
Mrs. Dubiel was a member of the Wareham Congregational Church, a charter member of the Tobey Hospital Guild, a life member of the Plymouth Antiquarian Society and a member of the Wareham Monday Club since 1939. She and her husband were also members of the Wareham Historical Society.
Survivors include two sons, Jeffrey H. Dubiel of Coatesville, Pa., and Jonathan G. Dubiel of Bellingham, Wash.; and three grandchildren.
Arrangements are by the Stott, Chapman, Cole & Gleason Funeral Home, 2599 Cranberry Highway, Wareham.

John J. Wilkinson
NEW BEDFORD -- John J. Wilkinson, 72, died Wednesday, May 8, 1996, after a brief illness. He was the husband of Florence M. (Duval) Wilkinson and son of the late Robert J. and Marjorie (Delano) Wilkinson.
He died at St. Luke's Hospital.
A lifelong resident of New Bedford, he was a graduate of New Bedford Vocational High School and a communicant of Holy Name Church. He was employed by the New Bedford Water Department until his retirement.
A World War II Army veteran, he served four years and participated in the battles of the Northern Solomons and Luzon. He was awarded the Asiatic-Pacific Theater Campaign Ribbon and the Philippine Liberation Ribbon with one Bronze Service Star. He served in the Massachusetts National Guard for 34 years in Battery C 1st Howitzer Battalion 211th Artillery (155HT) and HQ DET ARNG Training Site (501), until his retirement in 1984 with the rank of sergeant major.
Mr. Wilkinson was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars East Freetown Memorial Post 6643.
Survivors include his widow; two sons, Robert L. Wilkinson of Fairhaven and Patrick Wilkinson of New Bedford; a daughter, Kathleen M. Hogan of New Bedford; a sister, Virginia Gamache of South Dartmouth; and four grandchildren.
He was also the brother of the late Charles H. Wilkinson.
Arrangements are by Saunders-Dwyer Home for Funerals, 495 Park St.

Wilfred R. Tilton
GOSNOLD -- Private funeral services were held for Wilfred Reed Tilton, 77, who died unexpectedly at home Saturday, April 27, 1996.
Born in Raynham, he lived on Cuttyhunk most of his life.
Mr. Tilton was educated for eight years at Cuttyhunk School and attended New Bedford High School. He graduated from Norfolk Bristol Agricultural School and Rhode Island School of Design, majoring in pottery/arts.
He was the Cuttyhunk treasurer for many years until his retirement. He also delivered propane gas on the island and was a carpenter's helper and an artist who specialized in pottery.
Mr. Tilton was a World War II Coast Guard veteran and a member of the Cuttyhunk Historical Society.
Survivors include several cousins.
Arrangements were by the Chapman, Cole & Gleason Funeral Home, Martha's Vineyard.

Mary Albright Giles, at 86
GATES, N.C. -- Mary Albright Giles, 86, a teacher and painter of North Carolina Pamlico/Tar River scenes and North Carolina wild flowers, died Thursday, May 9, 1996.
The widow of H. Harry "Mike" Giles and daughter of the late Louis Philip Albright and Mary Esther (Horne) Albright, Mrs. Giles and her husband lived in Westport for many years and assigned some of their land to the Westport Land Conservation Trust in 1972.
Mrs. Giles died at Kittrell's United Methodist Church parsonage.
Mrs. Giles was born in Columbus, Ohio, and lived and painted her prizewinning watercolors in Washington, N.C.
She was a retired teacher at the School of Education at New York University. She also worked with Georgia O'Keefe, Alfred Steiglitz, and Fredreich Kiesler through the Associated Artists organization.
She founded an artist's cooperative community for work and sales in the renovated Wing Carriage House in Westport where she operated Mary Giles Antiques through 1982. She was also a consultant to the Children's Museum in Dartmouth.
Before completing an oral history archives project for the Westport Art Group, now kept in the Westport Library, for the Town of Westport's participation in the United States bicentennial in 1976, she authored a "History of Craftsmen, Old Dartmouth and Westport, 17th-20th Century."
Mrs. Giles received a master's degree in art history in 1932 with an emphasis on portrait painting, specializing in children's portraits.
She retired from the art faculty at New York University, where she taught art. She also had taught art at Ohio State University.
She also studied pottery and sculpture, and she directed the Ceramics Institute of Portland, Ore., in 1942.
She returned to Washington in 1984 and developed a studio-home at Washington Harbour. After her retirement, she emphasized painting, which was her first love.
Books with Mary Giles' illustrations include "The Doctor is Coming," "Children and You," "Let's Plant Grass," "Let's Cook Lunch," "Out Under the Sky" and "Peoples of the Earth." She also co-authored "The Importance of People."
Survivors include two daughters, the Rev. Ann Giles Benson of Gates, N.C. and Mrs. Patricia Keepman of Madison, Wis.; two sons, Gordon Giles of Scottsdale, Ariz., and Dr. Lawrence Giles of Madison, Wis.; a brother, Bill Albright of Charleston, W.V.; and 12 grandchildren.
She was the mother of the late David Giles.
Arrangements are by the Twiford's Memorial Chapel, 1115 North Road St., Gates, N.C.

Mary Baptiste, 97
DARTMOUTH -- Mary (Pacheco) Baptiste, 97, of South Dartmouth, formerly of Scott St., New Bedford, died Thursday, May 9, 1996. She was the widow of Manuel Baptiste and daughter of the late Antone and Mary (Souza) Pacheco.
She died at Brandon Woods Nursing Home.
She was born in Sao Miguel, Azores and lived in this area most of her life. She was a communicant of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church.
She was the former owner of Lenny's Soda Shop and was formerly employed by various textile mills.
Mrs. Baptiste was a member of the Moose Senior Citizens and the South End Golden Agers.
Survivors include a son, Leonard Baptiste of Rochester; a daughter, Rita Baptiste of New Bedford; 12 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
She was also the mother of the late Leonora Syracuse and sister of the late Eugene Pacheco, Manuel Pacheco, Antone Pacheco, Joseph Pacheco, Adeline Texeira and Deolinda Barao.
Arrangements are by the Perry Funeral Home, 111 Dartmouth St., New Bedford.

Esmeralda Medeiros
NEW BEDFORD -- Esmeralda (Brizida) Medeiros, 42, died at home Friday, May 10, 1996, after a brief illness. She was the wife of Jose Medeiros and daughter of Conceicao (Cruz) Brizida and the late Manuel Brizida.
She was born in Sao Miguel, Azores and lived in New Bedford for 29 years. She was a communicant of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church.
She was formerly employed by Cliftex Manufacturing as a stitcher.
Survivors include her widower; two sons, Eric S. Medeiros and Jarid S. Medeiros, both of New Bedford; her mother; two sisters, Lucy Couto of New Bedford and Ana Lemieux of Acushnet; a brother, Jose Brizida of New Bedford; and several nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are by the Perry Funeral Home, 111 Dartmouth St.

Joseph C. Monte
ACUSHNET -- Joseph Christian Monte, 79, died at home Thursday, May 9, 1996, after a long illness. He was the husband of Frances Katherine (Rasmussen) Monte and son of the late Christian and Leichandrina (Marshall) Monte.
He was born in Marion and lived in Acushnet for the past 22 years. He was a communicant of St. Mary Church of Fairhaven.
He was formerly employed by Aerovox for 30 years and retired from the Acushnet Capacitor. He was the manager of the Bay State Mobile Home Park in Acushnet until his illness.
Mr. Monte was a graduate of New Bedford Vocational High School and was an avid fisherman.
He and his wife were married for 57 years.
Survivors include his widow; two sons, Bruce J. Monte of South Dartmouth and Barry W. Monte of Acushnet; a sister, Mary Monte of Marion; four grandchildren; a great-grandson; and several cousins.
Arrangements are by the Rock Funeral Home, 1285 Ashley Blvd., New Bedford.

Domingos Rodrigues
WESTPORT -- Domingos Rodrigues, 79, died Thursday, May 9, 1996, after a short illness. He was the husband of Noella (Bileau) Rodrigues of 14 Washington St. and son of the late Carlos V. and Luiza P. (Raposa) Rodrigues.
He died at Charlton Memorial Hospital in Fall River.
He was born in Fall River and lived in Westport for most of his life, where he was a parishioner of St. George's Church.
He was employed for many years in the family business, the former C. Rodrigues & Sons Poultry Dealers in Westport, with a store on Bedford St. in Fall River, until his retirement in 1982.
Mr. Rodrigues was a member of the Liberal Club and St. John's Club in Fall River, the Holy Ghost Club in Westport, and was also past president of the Summit Grove Holy Ghost Club in Dartmouth.
Survivors include his widow; a son, Ronald Rodrigues of New Bedford; a stepdaughter, Rose Marie Bileau of Fall River; five brothers, Charles Rodrigues of Fall River, and Antone Rodrigues, John Rodrigues, Caetano Rodrigues and Joseph V. Rodrigues, all of Westport; five grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
He was also the brother of the late Mary Carreiro.
Arrangements are by the Silva-Faria Funeral Home, 730 Bedford St., Fall River.

Robert G. Cryer
FALMOUTH -- Robert G. Cryer, 67, died Friday, May 10, 1996, of cancer. He was the husband of Mildred (Perry) Cryer of Falmouth.
He died at Falmouth Hospital.
He was born and raised in New Bedford and was a graduate of New Bedford Vocational High School, class of 1946. He lived in New Bedford until 1952, when he moved to North Dartmouth before moving to Falmouth in 1964.
He was a parishioner of St. Patrick Church in Falmouth.
He served in the Army during the Korean War from March 1951 until February 1953, with a rank of Private 1st class.
He was employed by Stop & Shop Grocery stores as a grocery manager for 15 years and by Colonial Gas Co. of Cape Cod as a control room supervisor from 1970 until his retirement in 1983.
Mr. Cryer worked summers at the Falmouth Country Club as the driving range manager and was an avid golfer and tennis player. He was also a member of the Falmouth Lodge of Elks.
He and his wife were married for 45 years.
Survivors include his widow; three sons, Steven R. Cryer of Rohnert Park, Calif., Robert J. Cryer of San Francisco, Calif., and James E. Cryer of Falmouth; a sister, Janet Haslam of North Dartmouth; and five grandchildren.
Arrangements are by the Chapman, Cole & Gleason Funeral Home, 475 Main St.

Claire L. Tripp
ACUSHNET -- Claire L. (Harpin) Tripp, 85, died Thursday, May 9, 1996, after a long illness. She was the widow of Otis J. Tripp and daughter of the late Oscar and Josephine (Guillette) Harpin.
She died at Tobey Hospital in Wareham.
Born in New Bedford, she was a lifelong resident of Acushnet.
Mrs. Tripp was a member of the Acushnet Art Association, enjoyed rug-making and gardening, and sang in the choir at St. Rose of Lima Church in Rochester.
Survivors include three sons, Frederick O. Tripp of Rochester, Otis J. Tripp Jr. of Acushnet and Daniel T. Tripp of Mattapoisett; a daughter, Priscilla M. Gilchrest of Acushnet; two sisters, Pauline Goyette of Fairhaven and Jeannette Gendron of Winter Park, Fla.; 11 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; a great-great-granddaughter; and several nieces and nephews.
She was the sister of the late Norman Harpin and Georgette Clark.
Arrangements are by the Kirby Funeral Home, 61 Tarkiln Hill Road, New Bedford.

John J. Gallagher, 98
WARWICK, R.I. -- John J. Gallagher, 98, of 44 Orchard St., Cranston, R.I., died Friday, May 10, 1996, after a long illness. He was the widower of Yvonne (Lariviere) Gallagher and son of the late Charles H. and Annie (Evans) Gallagher.
He died at Pawtuxet Village Health Center in Warwick.
He was born in New Bedford and lived in Cranston since 1974. While living in New Bedford, he was a communicant of St. Mary Church. He was employed by New Bedford Gas and Edison Light Company as a foreman until his retirement in 1962.
Mr. Gallagher was a World War I Army veteran and was a member of the Seniors of Cranston.
Survivors include a daughter, Agnes D. Moretti of Cranston; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren and three nieces.
Arrangements are by the Rock Funeral Home, 1285 Ashley Blvd., New Bedford.

Pauline M. Fourcher
FAIRHAVEN -- Pauline M. (Chasmar) Fourcher, 80, died at home Friday, May 10, 1996. She was the wife of Charles H. Fourcher for 61 years and daughter of the late Arthur and Claire (Bockman) Chasmar.
She was born in North Bergen, N.J., and was formerly an active member of Trinity United Methodist Church. She was formerly employed as a clerk at the former W.T. Grant Co. Store in downtown New Bedford and at McGee's store in New Bedford.
Mrs. Fourcher was a community volunteer much of her life. She managed the auxiliary gift shop at St. Luke's Hospital for 10 years and then volunteered in the shop for 10 years until her illness forced her to retire.
Survivors include her widower; a son, Louis Fourcher of Chicago; a daughter, Charlene Carle of Medford; a brother, Walter Chasmar of Sussex, N.J.; a sister, Mildred Battaglia of Riveredge, N.J.; two grandaughters and a grandson.
Arrangements are by the Wilson Chapel, 479 County St., New Bedford.

Marilyn V. Cloutier
NEW BEDFORD -- Marilyn "Maggie" Virginia (Vancour) Cloutier, 55, died Thursday, May 9, 1996, after a long illness. She was the wife of Maurice P. Cloutier and daughter of the late Wallace E. and Mary E. (Todd) Vancour.
She died at St. Luke's Hospital.
She was a lifelong resident of New Bedford and a communicant of Sacred Heart Church. She was a home organizer.
Mrs. Cloutier devoted her life to caring for her grandchildren and her family.
Survivors include her widower; a daughter, Robin A. Goncalves-Barriteau of New Bedford; two sons, Paul W. Cloutier of Shirley and Phillip M. Cloutier of New Bedford; two sisters, Mary Helen Teixeira and Jacqueline Miranda, both of New Bedford; two grandsons; a granddaughter and several nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are by the Rock Funeral Home, 1285 Ashley Blvd.

Mabel Carr, 90
FALL RIVER -- Mabel (McGee) Carr, 90, a resident of The Catholic Memorial Home, 2446 Highland Ave., Fall River and formerly of Horton Street, died at home Friday, May 10, 1996. She was the widower of Chester C. Carr and daughter of the late Arthur and Elisa (Lafleur) McGee.
She was a lifelong resident of Fall River and a communicant of Notre Dame Church. For many years she was a machine operator for the former Atlas Curtain Co.
Mrs. Carr was a member of the Ladies of St. Anne Sodality.
Survivors include two sons, Chester C. Carr Jr. of Attleboro and Kenneth M. Carr of Fall River; a daughter, Muriel A. Lapointe of Tiverton, R.I.; two sisters, Elizabeth Tetreault of Providence and Beatrice Vezina Leduc of New Bedford; 11 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are by the Hathaway Home for Funerals, 1813 Robeson St.

Owen F. Brothers
NEW BEDFORD -- Owen F. Brothers, 65, of New Bedford Hotel Apartments, died unexpectedly Friday, May 10, 1996. Known as "Quick Fox," he was the son of the late Charles Lamonte Thomas Brothers and the late Mary Elizabeth (Young) Brothers.
He died at St. Luke's Hospital.
He was born and educated on Martha's Vineyard.
An American Indian, Mr. Brothers was a member of Pokanoket of the Wampanoag Tribe. While living on the Vineyard he was active in sports and was a member of the deputy sheriff's department. He was an electrical contractor for many years in Boston and moved to New Bedford about 30 years ago.
Survivors include a son, Darnell and a daughter, Linda, both of Boston; two sisters, Shirley M. Booten and Gloria Gibson, both of New Bedford, and nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews.
Arrangements are by the Wilson Chapel, 479 County St.

Christina Barros
NEW BEDFORD -- Christina (Santos) Barros, 67, died Saturday, May 11, 1996, after a long illness. She was the wife of Henry J. Barros and daughter of the late Antone and Louiza (Grace) Santos.
She died at Mediplex Rehab of Bristol.
Born in Nantucket, she lived in New Bedford for most of her life and was a communicant of Our Lady of Assumption Church. She was formerly employed by Cornell Dubilier, Bristol Electronics, and then by Alberox as an assembler until her retirement.
Mrs. Barros was a life member of the Cape Verdean American Veterans' Auxiliary and a member of the Massachusetts Senior Action Council.
Survivors include her widower; three sisters, Pauline Antone, Louise Lopes and Mary "Bunny" Andrade, all of New Bedford; a brother, John Morris Santos of New York, N.Y.; and several nieces and nephews.
She was the sister of the late Madeline Andrade, Beatrice Barros, Louis Santos and Joseph Santos.
Arrangements are by Perry Funeral Home, 111 Dartmouth St.

Maurice G. Mailloux
NEW BEDFORD -- Private funeral services will be held for Maurice G. Mailloux, 50, who died unexpectedly, Saturday, March 11, 1996. He was the son of Lauretta (Boisvert) Mailloux of Fall River and the late Raymond J. Mailloux.
He died in New Bedford.
He was born in Acushnet and was a resident of New Bedford most of his life. He was employed by Wayne's Construction of Westport as a carpenter until his death.
Mr. Mailloux was a Vietnam Army veteran.
Survivors include his mother; a son, James Mailloux of Texas; two daughters, Christine Costa of New Bedford and Stacey Mailloux of New Hampshire; a brother, Ronald Mailloux of New Bedford; a sister, Susan St. Amand of East Freetown; a granddaughter and nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are by the Rock Funeral Home, 1285 Ashley Blvd.

Shirley M. Forget
ATTLEBORO -- Shirley M. Forget, 74, of 41 North Ave., died at home Saturday, May 11, 1996. She was the widow of Lionel N. Forget Sr. and daughter of the late William and Viella (Millerd) Flood.
Born in Middleboro, she lived in Attleboro most of her life and was a communicant of St. Mark Church in Attleboro Falls.
Survivors include a son, Lee Forget of Attleboro; two daughters, Nancy Allen of North Attleboro and Donna Houle of Attleboro; two sisters, Priscilla Santos of Attleboro and Dorothy Westgate of Wareham; nine grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.
She was the sister of the late Marion Ouellette, Hazel Freitas, Normand Flood and Raymond Flood.
Arrangements are by Stephen H. Foley Funeral Home, 126 S. Main St.

Andre L. Marcotte
NEW BEDFORD -- Andre Laurier Marcotte, 71, died Friday, May 10, 1996, after a brief illness. He was the husband of Madeleine (Belliveau) Marcotte and son of the late Ernest G. Marcotte and Eva R. (Marcotte) Marcotte.
He died at St. Luke's Hospital.
He was a lifelong resident of New Bedford and a communicant of St. Joseph Church. He was formerly a fisherman aboard various local scallopers, and he was the manager of B & B Manufacturing until his retirement.
Mr. Marcotte was a member of Knights of Columbus Damien Council; Legion of St. Mary; League of Sacred Heart; Third Order of St. Francis; Club Richelieu and Club Franco Americaine.
He graduated from New Bedford High School and obtained his associate degree in accounting from Johnson & Wales. He and his wife were married for 45 years.
Survivors include his widow; a son, Michael Marcotte of New Bedford; three daughters, Marie A. Marcotte of Westport, Jocelyne M. Erwin of Indian Rock's Beach, Fla., and Elaine Andrade of New Bedford; a brother, Roger E. Marcotte of New Bedford; a sister, Marcelle M. Lareau of New Bedford; four grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
He was the brother of the late Guy F. Marcotte and Jeannine Marcotte.
Arrangements are by the Rock Funeral Home, 1285 Ashley Blvd.

James Lucio Sr.
WESTPORT -- James Lucio Sr., 75, of R Drive, died Saturday, May 11, 1996, after a long illness. He was the widower of Virginia "Ginger" (Baker) Lucio and son of the late Antone and Mary (Reis) Lucio.
He died at St. Anne's Hospital in Fall River.
Born in New Bedford, he lived in Fairhaven until moving to Westport 20 years ago. He was part owner of the former Jay Bee Fillet in New Bedford for more than 20 years until his retirement in 1984.
Survivors include nine sons, James Lucio Jr. of Cocoa Beach, Fla., Robert G. Lucio and Russell S. Lucio, both of Westport, Stephen M. Lucio of New Bedford, Kevin M. Lucio of North Dartmouth, John R. Lucio of Ocala, Fla., Louis W. Lucio of Gainsville, Fla., Jeffrey Marden of Maine and Robert W. Marden of Pennsylvania; a daughter, Cecile M. Shubert of New Bedford; a brother, Sylvester Lucid; 17 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are by Fairlawn Mortuary, 180 Washington St., Fairhaven.

Beatrice Levesque
NEW BEDFORD -- Beatrice (Sardinha) Levesque, 73, died Friday, May 10, 1996, after a long illness. She was the wife of Raymond Levesque and daughter of the late Manuel and Mary (Andrade) Sardinha.
She died at St. Luke's Hospital.
She was a lifelong resident of New Bedford.
Survivors include her widower; a sister, Agnes Gouveia of Stuart, Fla.; a brother, Manuel Alfonse of Myricks, and several nieces and nephews, including Nancy Rapoza of New Bedford.
Arrangements are by the Perry Funeral Home, 111 Dartmouth St.

Joseph H. Boucher
NEW BEDFORD -- Joseph H. Boucher, 73, died Friday, May 10, 1996, after a long illness.
He was the husband of Eugenie D. (Kaeterle) Boucher and son of the late Joseph and Florida (Surprenant) Boucher.
He died at Hallmark Nursing Home.
He was born in New Bedford, where he lived most of his life and was a communicant of St. Anthony Church. He was employed by John I. Paulding Company.
Mr. Boucher was a life member of American Legion Post 166 in Fairhaven, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Private A. Poirier Post 3260, the Disabled American Veterans in Fremont, Calif., the First Special Service Force Association and was a member of the American Association of Retired Persons. He was an advocate for retarded children.
Mr. Boucher served in the U.S. Army during World War II and was awarded the American Theater Medal, the Asiatic Theater Medal and the European-African-Middle Eastern Theater Medal.
Survivors include his widow; four sons, Joseph G. Boucher and Paul M. Boucher, both of New Bedford, Rene R. Boucher of Haywood, Calif., and Donald P. Boucher of Fall River; two daughters, Joan L. Martin of New Bedford and Simone F. Costa of South Dartmouth; a brother, Raymond Boucher of Fremont, Calif.; a stepbrother, Normand Michaud of New York; 26 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren.
He was the stepbrother of the late Raymond Michaud.
Arrangements are by the Saunders-Dwyer Home for Funerals, 495 Park St.

Donald R. Lambert
FALL RIVER -- Donald R. Lambert, 65, of Catholic Memorial Home, 2446 Highland Ave., formerly of 117 Keeley St., died Monday, May 6, 1996. He was the son of the late Leo and Emma (Pelletier) Lambert.
He died at St. Anne's Hospital.
A lifelong resident of Fall River, he was a former client of Community Connection and a member of A.R.C., both of Fall River.
Survivors include three sisters, Lorraine Lussier of Fall River, Leona Bonneau of Bridgewater and Lucille Flynn of Granby, Conn; and nieces and nephews.
He was the brother of the late Armand Lambert.
Arrangements are by Auclair Funeral Home, 690 S. Main St.


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