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Alice M. Henry
NEW BEDFORD -- Alice M. (Morris) Henry, 78, died Saturday, May 18, 1996, after a brief illness. She was the widow of Domingo A. Henry and daughter of the late Antone and Antonia (Pinto) Morris.
She died at St. Luke's Hospital.
A lifelong resident of New Bedford, she was a communicant of Our Lady of the Assumption Church.
Mrs. Henry was a member of the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary.
Survivors include a daughter, Doreen A. Henry of New Bedford, and five grandchildren.
She was also the mother of the late Anthony D. Henry and Randall R. Henry.
Arrangements are by Saunders-Dwyer Home for Funerals, 495 Park St.

George H. Shurtleff
FAIRHAVEN -- George Harrison Shurtleff, 74, died Sunday, May 19, 1996, after a long illness. He was the widower of Eleanor (Eldredge) Shurtleff and son of the late Norman D. and Leola (Maxey) Shurtleff.
He died at Our Lady's Haven.
Born in Fairhaven, he lived there most of his life, moved to Milton, N.H., 30 years ago, and returned to Fairhaven about three years ago. He and his wife had owned and operated the Christmas Belle Shop in New Hampshire.
A member of the First Congregational Church in Fairhaven, he and his wife were instrumental in the raising of funds for a new addition on the church by directing a series of "Broadway Hits" by church members and friends.
He was a World War II Marine Corp veteran and served in the Pacific Theater, where he received the Purple Heart.
Mr. Shurtleff was a member of the Fairhaven American Legion 166, a lifetime member of the Fairhaven Veterans of Foreign Wars 2892, the 1st Marine Division Alumni, and the Fairhaven Royal Arch Chapter of the George H. Taber Masonic Lodge.
He also attended the Boston Conservatory of Music in Boston and enjoyed boating, fishing, and hiking.
Survivors include a brother, Byron Parker Shurtleff of Delaware, and several nieces and nephews.
He was also the brother of the late Malcolm Reynolds Shurtleff and Dean Shurtleff.
Arrangements are by Fairhaven Funeral Home, 117 Main St.

Alice M. Henry
NEW BEDFORD -- Alice M. (Morris) Henry, 78, died Saturday, May 18, 1996, after a brief illness. She was the widow of Domingo A. Henry and daughter of the late Antone and Antonia (Pinto) Morris.
She died at St. Luke's Hospital.
A lifelong resident of New Bedford, she was a communicant of Our Lady of the Assumption Church.
Mrs. Henry was a member of the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary.
Survivors include a daughter, Doreen A. Henry of New Bedford, and five grandchildren.
She was also the mother of the late Anthony D. Henry and Randall R. Henry.
Arrangements are by Saunders-Dwyer Home for Funerals, 495 Park St.

Barbara A. Eckhardt, art teacher at UMass
NEW BEDFORD -- Barbara Ann Eckhardt, 40, died at home Saturday, May 18, 1996. She was the daughter of Dr. Richard D. and Catherine (Shevchuk) Eckhardt of Iowa City, Iowa, and Rhinelander, Wis.
Born in Iowa City, she attended the University of Iowa and received a bachelor of fine arts from the Cleveland Institute of Art and a masters of fine art from the Cranbrook Academy of Art.
She was an associate professor of textile design/fiber arts in the College of Visual and Performing Arts at UMass Dartmouth. She had previously taught at the Swain School of Design and Boston University. In 1984, she was the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship.
She taught workshops at the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tenn.; the Penland School of Crafts in Penland, N.C.; the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts in Deer Isle, Maine; and at universities and conferences throughout the United States.
Ms. Eckhardt's fiber art has been featured in American Craft, Fiberarts Magazine, Art New England, Weavers Magazine, and The Boston Globe. She exhibited her work in Chicago; Portland, Ore.; the University of Colorado; Texas Women's University; Idaho State University; the University of Wisconsin; and other colleges and art museums in the United States.
Her textiles are included in the collections of Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts; Spencer Museum of Art; University of Kansas at Lawrence; Kaiser Permanente, Denver; the U.S. Department of State; Robert Pfennebecker, Lancaster, Pa.; the University of Iowa; I.B.M., Boca Raton, Fla.; and in private collections.
Ms. Eckhardt was a member of the American Craft Council, Surface Design Association, Textile Society of America and the Handweavers Guild of America.
Survivors include her parents; three sisters, Dale Eva Eckhardt of Casper, Wyo., Catherine Bartholow of Elmhurst, Ill., and Jane McMullen of Bethesda, Md.; two nieces and four nephews.
Arrangements were by Dartmouth Funeral Home, 230 Russells Mills Road, Dartmouth.

Robert J. Durant
NORTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. -- Robert J. Durant, 72, of Caddy Rock Road, formerly of Pawtucket, died Friday, May 17, 1996, after being stricken on a golf course. He was the husband of Nan A. (McNamara) Durant and son of the late George and Mary (Galligan) Durant.
He died at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center in West Palm Beach, Fla.
Born in New Bedford, he lived in Pawtucket for many years before moving to North Kingstown 12 years ago. He spent winters in Boynton Beach, Fla., for the past eight years.
Mr. Durant was an independent insurance agent since 1957. He was a graduate of St. John Preparatory School in Danvers and a 1949 graduate of Providence College, graduating in 1952 from Boston University Law School.
He was a World War II Navy veteran and received the Purple Heart.
Mr. Durant was a member of the Sons of Irish Kings, the TK Club of Pawtucket, and the Lake Worth Golf Club in Florida. He was a former member of the Pawtucket and Potowomut County Clubs and the Friar Front Court Club. He was a founding director of the First Bank & Trust Co. of Providence and Cranston. From 1969-1973 he served as the Rhode Island Chairman of the Insurance Youth Classic Golf Tournament, the world's largest, and was national chairman from 1974-1978.
Survivors include his widow; a son, Robert J. Durant Jr. of Providence; three daughters, Pamela R. Farmer of Bristol, Susan McGann of Barrington, and Judith T. Durant of Cambridge; a brother, John Durant of Annandale, Va.; three sisters, Ruth Ross of Liverpool, N.Y., Irene Beauregard of New Bedford and Mary Fish of Fairhaven; and four grandchildren.
Arrangements are by the J.F. Skeffington Chapel, 925 Chalkstone Ave., Providence.

Linda J. Dias
ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- Linda J. Dias, 42, formerly of New Bedford, died Sunday, May 19, 1996, after a long illness. She was the daughter of Mary (Gonsalves) and Alfred J. Dias Sr. of New Bedford.
Born and raised in New Bedford, she lived the past 23 years in Alexandria.
Survivors include her parents; a daughter, Alicia L. Dias of Alexandria, Va.; a brother, Alfred J. "Jay" Dias Jr., of New Bedford; four sisters, Donna Sanders and Darlene Hussain of Alexandria, Va., Jo-Ann Isaac of New Bedford and Brenda Dias of Woodbridge, Va.; a granddaughter; and several nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are by the Saunders-Dwyer Home for Funerals, 495 Park St., New Bedford.

Jacqueline Sylvia
NEW BEDFORD -- Jacqueline (Rich) Sylvia, 52, died unexpectedly Sunday, May 19, 1996. She was the wife of Donald Sylvia and daughter of the late Clarence and Eleanor (Florent) Rich.
She died at St. Luke's Hospital.
Born in Fairhaven, she lived in the New Bedford area all of her life and was a communicant of St. Joseph Church in Fairhaven.
Survivors include two sons, Donald Sylvia Jr. of Fairhaven and Kevin Sylvia of New Bedford; three daughters, Debra Sylvia, Sandra Sylvia, both of New Bedford, and Tracey Santos of Dartmouth; four brothers, Steven Rich and Ernest Rich of New Bedford, Charles Rich of Hyannis and James Rich of Fairhaven; two sisters, Sharon Hopkinson of Westport and Sandra Pease of Fairhaven; 13 grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are by Boulevard Funeral Home, 223 Ashley Blvd.

Albert E. Smith Jr.
NASHUA, N.H. -- Albert Eaton Smith Jr., 77, of 10 Allds St., died Sunday, May 19, 1996. He was the husband of Virginia (Moore) Smith and son of the late Albert E. and Florence (Small) Smith.
He died at Southern New Hampshire Regional Medical Center.
Born in Nashua, he was a 1937 graduate of Nashua High School and a 1939 graduate of the Thompson School of Agriculture at the University of New Hampshire. For 22 years he was an insurance agent for the Farm Family Insurance Companies, with his office in Westport, and earned many awards for high production and for personal and business integrity.
An active church member, he served in numerous offices, including chairman of the Building Committee for the United Methodist Church of Fall River and chairman of finance at both United Methodist Churches in Fall River and Westport. He and his wife were active members of the First United Church of Christ of Nashua.
Mr. Smith was a pioneer in the field of artificial insemination of cattle for the New Hampshire-Vermont Breeders Association for 10 years and was assistant secretary-treasurer for the Federal Land Bank and Farmers Production Association at the Raynham branch. He served as board member and president of the Taunton-Attleboro Association of Life Agents and New Bedford Life Underwriters Association. A fraternal member of the Rising Sun Lodge 39 Free and Accepted Masons of Nashua, he was also a member of the Nashua Senior Citizens and the American Association of Retired Persons.
Survivors include his widow; a son, David A. Smith of Pittsburgh and Ligonier, Pa.; a daughter, Christine S. Burton of Pittsford, N.Y.; two brothers, Harrison E. Smith of Hudson and Richard P. Smith of Colorado Springs, Colo.; two sisters, Martha Smith of Hudson and Katherine Peabody of Stratham, N.H.; three grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.
Mr. Smith was also the grandfather of the late Anica (Tina) Smith of Pittsburgh, Pa., and brother of John K. Smith of Hudson, N.H.
Arrangements are by Davis Funeral Home, 1 Lock St., Nashua.

George H. Shurtleff
FAIRHAVEN -- George Harrison Shurtleff, 74, died Sunday, May 19, 1996, after a long illness. He was the widower of Eleanor (Eldredge) Shurtleff and son of the late Norman D. and Leola (Maxey) Shurtleff.
He died at Our Lady's Haven.
Born in Fairhaven, he lived there most of his life, moved to Milton, N.H., 30 years ago, and returned to Fairhaven about three years ago. He and his wife had owned and operated the Christmas Belle Shop in New Hampshire.
A member of the First Congregational Church in Fairhaven, he and his wife were instrumental in the raising of funds for a new addition on the church by directing a series of "Broadway Hits" by church members and friends.
He was a World War II Marine Corp veteran and served in the Pacific Theater, where he received the Purple Heart.
Mr. Shurtleff was a member of the Fairhaven American Legion 166, a lifetime member of the Fairhaven Veterans of Foreign Wars 2892, the 1st Marine Division Alumni, and the Fairhaven Royal Arch Chapter of the George H. Taber Masonic Lodge.
He also attended the Boston Conservatory of Music in Boston and enjoyed boating, fishing, and hiking.
Survivors include a brother, Byron Parker Shurtleff of Delaware, and several nieces and nephews.
He was also the brother of the late Malcolm Reynolds Shurtleff and Dean Shurtleff.
Arrangements are by Fairhaven Funeral Home, 117 Main St.

Adelino F. Pina
NEW BEDFORD -- Adelino Ferreira "To Jo" Pina, 74, died unexpectedly Monday, May 20, 1996. He was the son of the late Joseph F. and Agnes F. (Miranda) Pina.
He died at St. Luke's Hospital.
A lifelong resident of New Bedford, he was a communicant of St. Lawrence Church and was formerly employed as a construction worker for 44 years.
Mr. Pina was a member of the Construction Workers Union Local 385 in Fairhaven.
Survivors include a brother, Antone F. Pina of New Bedford; a sister, Aurora Pina of New Bedford; four nieces and two nephews.
He was also the brother of the late Marcelina Pina and John Pina.
Arrangements are by Saunders-Dwyer Home for Funerals, 495 Park St.

Louis J. Witkos
NEW BEDFORD -- Private services were held yesterday for Louis J. Witkos, 80, who died Friday, May 17, 1996, after a long illness. He was the son of the late John and Regina (Palys) Witkos.
He died at Sippican Health Care Center in Marion.
A lifelong resident of the area, he was a communicant of St. Hedwig's Church and was formerly employed by the Naval Station in Newport as an electronics technician until his retirement.
A World War II Coast Guard veteran, he was awarded the Asiatic-Pacific and World War II Victory Ribbons.
Survivors include two brothers, Henry J. Witkos of New Bedford and Stephen Witkos of New Jersey; and several nieces and nephews.
He was also the brother of the late Alice Witkos.
Arrangements were by the Schick Funeral Home, 472 Ashley Blvd.

Catherine S. Williams
DARTMOUTH -- Catherine S. Williams, 82, of Barneys Joy Road, South Dartmouth, died Sunday, May 19, 1996. She was the widow of J. Edward Williams and daughter of the late George H. and Alice (Cronin) Sylvia.
She died at St. Luke's Hospital.
Born in New London, Conn., she had lived in New Bedford before moving to South Dartmouth 25 years ago.
She attended Georgetown Visitation in Washington, D.C., and Bridgewater State College, where she received a bachelor of science degree in education. She was the assistant principal at the Milton Earle Elementary School in Westport for 15 years until her retirement in 1982. She had previously taught in the Fairhaven School System and at St. Joseph's Parochial School.
Mrs. Williams was a communicant of St. Julie Church of North Dartmouth and a member of the Massachusetts Teachers Association. She was an avid reader and traveler.
Survivors include a son, Attorney John "Jay" E. Williams of South Dartmouth; a daughter, Jacquelyn L. Williams of Santa Fe, N.M.; and five grandchildren.
Arrangements are by Dartmouth Funeral Home, 230 Russells Mills Road.

Maria D. Teixeira
MIDDLEBORO -- Maria Dolores Teixeira, 75, of 16 Barrows St., died Monday, May 20, 1996. She was the widow of Charles Teixeira and daughter of the late Manuel and Maria Gomes (Henriques) Camara.
Born in New Bedford, she moved to Middleboro in 1978 and was a communicant of St. Martha and Mary Church in Lakeville. She was employed as a seamstress/stitcher in several New Bedford area clothing manufacturing firms until her retirement in 1982.
Mrs. Teixeira devoted most of her time to her family.
Survivors include four sons, Charles Teixeira of Hyattsville, Md., Stephen J. Teixeira of Seattle, Wash., Lawrence P. Teixeira of Brookeville, Md., and Anthony A. Teixeira of Scituate; three daughters, Margaret A. Teixeira and Kathleen Teixeira of Middleboro, and Roseanne Breen of Taunton; a brother, Easy Camara of Freeport, Fla.; six sisters, Connie Noyer, Olivia Deane, Lee Camara, Stella Tetreault, all of New Bedford, Carmen Boland of Chesapeake, Va., and Mary Camara of Brockton; and two grandchildren.
Arrangements are by Nickerson-Bourne Funeral Homes, 59 Peirce St.

Mary F. Gracie
DARTMOUTH -- Mary F. Gracie, 76, of Theresa Street, South Dartmouth, died at home Sunday, May 19, 1996. She was the wife of Frank S. Gracie Jr. and daughter of the late Charles and Sophia (Lasowski) Rubinacci.
Born in Pawtucket, R.I., she had lived in South Dartmouth for 41 years and was a communicant of St. Mary Church in South Dartmouth.
Mrs. and Mr. Gracie had celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary last October.
Survivors include her widower; two sons, Frank S. Gracie III and Marc F. Gracie Sr. of North Dartmouth; five sisters, Lenora Bettencourt of Edgartown, Victoria Cessolini of Danielson, Conn., Ruth Williams of Michigan and Vanadios Morse and Charlotte Wood of New Bedford; a twin brother, Charles Rubinacci of Indiana; four grandchildren; a great-grandchild; and many nieces and nephews.
She was also the sister of the late Joseph Rubinacci and Catherine Sylvia.
Arrangements are by Dartmouth Funeral Home, 230 Russells Mills Road.

George Carreiro
FAIRHAVEN -- George Carreiro, formerly of New Bedford, died Sunday, May 19, 1996. He was the husband of Mary A. (Cardoza) Carreiro and son of Hilda (Williams) Carreiro of South Dartmouth and the late Evaristo Carreiro.
He died at St. Luke's Hospital.
Born in New Bedford, he spent his youth in New Bedford before moving to Fairhaven in 1948. He was a communicant of St. Mary Church in Fairhaven.
Mr. Carreiro was a World War II Army veteran and a pigeon enthusiast.
Survivors include his widow; his mother; a son, Stephen G. Carreiro, First Assistant Clerk Magistrate of Southeastern Massachusetts Housing Court of Taunton; a brother, John Carreiro of Fairhaven; a sister, Shirley Eluzario of South Dartmouth; and several nieces and nephews.
Mr. Carreiro also was the brother of the late Everett Carreiro.
Arrangements are by Fairlawn Mortuary, 180 Washington St.

Irene Corrie
HOMOSASSA, Fla. -- Irene (Morin) Corrie, 55, formerly of New Bedford, died unexpectedly at home Wednesday, May 8, 1996. She was the wife of Edward K. Corrie Jr. and daughter of the late Napoleon and Emma Morin.
She was born in New Bedford, where she lived most of her life before moving to Florida three years ago. She was a former communicant of Sacred Heart Church in New Bedford.
Mrs. Corrie was a former past president and member of the Women's Auxiliary of Fairhaven Post 166.
Survivors include her widower; three sons, Edward Corrie and Peter Corrie, both of New Bedford, and Eric Corrie of Acushnet; a daughter, Erin Travers of Acushnet; a sister, Pauline Perry of Naples; a brother, Raymond Morin of South Dartmouth; two granddaughters; two grandsons and many nieces and nephews.
She was the sister of the late Hector Morin, Ronald Morin and Roger Charpentier.
Arrangements were by the Wilder Funeral Home in Homosassa.

Augusto S. Cesar, 90
DARTMOUTH -- Private funeral services were held Tuesday for Augusto S. Cesar, 90, of South Dartmouth who died Sunday, May 19, 1996, after a long illness. He was the widower of Mary (Roderigues) Cesar and son of the late Maria (Homen) and Julio Cesar.
He died at Medi-Plex of New Bedford.
Born in Melo, Gouveia, Portugal, he lived in the New Bedford area most of his life and was employed by Berkshire-Hathaway Mill as a weaver until his retirement.
Survivors include two sons, Eugene Cesar of San Leandro, Calif., and August Cesar of Fremont, Calif.; two daughters, Matilda Costa of Peoria, Ariz., and Lidia Lubniewski of San Leandro, Calif.; a brother, Antonio Cesar of Portugal; a sister, Maria Craveiro of Lisbon, Portugal; 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Arrangements were by the Perry Funeral Home, 111 Dartmouth St., New Bedford.

Julia Cambra
FREETOWN -- Julia (Calheta) Cambra, 67, formerly of Wildwood Road, New Bedford, died Tuesday, May 21, 1996, after a long illness. She was the wife of Louis G. Cambra and daughter of the late Michael and Rose (Pimental) Calheta.
She died at St. Luke's Hospital.
She was born in New Bedford, where she lived before moving to Freetown. She was a member of the Immanuel Baptist Church and was a home maker; many years earlier, she worked for States Nitewear and the Aerovox Company.
Mrs. Cambra was a member of the Multiple Sclerosis Society and was married for 43 years.
Survivors include her widower; three daughters, Linda Quirk of South Dartmouth, Sandra Zager of Freetown and Sharon Souza of Fairhaven; three brothers, Michael Calheta and Louis Calheta, both of New Bedford, and Angelo Calheta of Fairhaven; a sister, Rose Calheta of New Bedford; seven grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Mrs. Cambra was the sister of the late Edward Calheta and Hilda Susi.
Arrangements are by the Rock Funeral Home, 1285 Ashley Blvd., New Bedford.

Phyllis M. Boyer
DARTMOUTH -- Phyllis Marcella (Matyianowski) Boyer, 58, of South Dartmouth, died at home, Monday, May 20, 1996, after a long illness. She was the wife of William E. Boyer and daughter of the late Julian and Mary (Augustyn) Matyianowski.
Born in New Bedford she lived the past 22 years in Dartmouth and was a communicant of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. She was employed by Isotronics in the Industrial Park of New Bedford as a group leader in the Drilling Department.
Mrs. Boyer and her husband had been married for 40 years. In her leisure time, Mrs. Boyer enjoyed crafts and fishing.
Survivors include her widower; three sons, William J. Boyer of Fairhaven, Charles E. Boyer of New Bedford and James W. Boyer of South Dartmouth; four daughters, Barbara J. Correia, Debra A. Giusti and Donna M. Medeiros, all of North Dartmouth, and Joann M. McCann of South Dartmouth, and nine grandchildren.
Arrangements are by the Rock Funeral Home, 1285 Ashley Blvd.

Eleanor L. Hutchings
MATTAPOISETT -- Eleanor L. (Nims) Hutchings, 86, died Monday, May 20, 1996, after a long illness. She was the widow of Frank C. Hutchings and daughter of the late Warren H. and Ethel (Reib) Nims.
She died at Mattapoisett Nursing Home.
She was born in Orange. After marriage and raising her family, she graduated from Bridgewater State College and became an elementary school teacher in the Middleboro school system, teaching at the Pratt Free School and the Birkland School, until her retirement in the early 1980s. She then became associated with a state program verifying nursing home compliance with standards of operating procedure and patient care.
Survivors include a son, Fred Warren Hutchings of South Dartmouth; a daughter, Christine N. Morgan of Mattapoisett; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Arrangements are by Wilson Chapel, 479 County St., New Bedford.

Eva Hickey
EASTON, Pa. -- Eva Hickey, 87, formerly of New Bedford, died Monday, May 20, 1996. She was the widow of Harold J. Hickey and daughter of the late Maximillian and Salome (LeBlanc) Belliveau.
She died in Easton, Pa.
She was born in New Bedford, where she lived most of her life until moving to Easton, Pa., in 1987. She was a communicant of St. Jane de Chantel Church in Easton and formerly was a communicant of Holy Name Church in New Bedford. She was the owner/operator of the former "Cut n Curl" Hair Salon in New Bedford for many years and she worked as a nurses aide for many years at Sacred Heart Nursing Home.
Survivors include a daughter, Joann Buscemi of Easton; two sisters, Violet Amaral of North Dartmouth and Elsie Lemire of Munroe, Conn.; five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
She was the sister of the late Gerald Belliveau.
Arrangements are by the Dartmouth Funeral Home, 230 Russells Mills Road, South Dartmouth.

David B. Heard
WAREHAM -- David Beatty Heard, 76, died at home Tuesday, May 21, 1996, after a long illness. He was the husband of Elizabeth (Cantani) Heard.
Born in Brookline, he had lived in the Waban section of Newton for many years before moving to Wareham. He was a 1938 graduate of Newton High School and graduated from Tufts University as a civil engineer in 1942.
He joined the Marines and was selected for Officer Training School at Quantico, Va. He married the day he graduated from Officer's Candidate School.
He served with the Marines in the Pacific as an officer in construction battalion and was among the occupying force on Japan after the surrender. He remained in the Reserves and returned to active duty during the Korean Conflict.
He was employed by Factory Mutual Engineering as an engineer until his retirement in 1984.
Mr. Heard designed and build his own house in Waban, and served as a volunteer on the Designer Selection Board for the Department of Capital Planning and Operations for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for several years. He was a member of the Board of Directors of the South Shore National Bank.
He sailed his Rozanante ketch through last summer and was considered one of the few "big boat sailers" who refused to convert to auxiliary power.
He and his wife were married for 52 years and traveled extensively.
Survivors include his widow; three sons, David B. Heard Jr. of Sandwich, Joseph Jay Heard of Carlisle and Nathaniel Heard of Portsmouth, N.H.; three daughters, Elissa Reimers of Milton, Christina Sargo of Lakeville and Michele Dandreta of Barrington, R.I.; three brothers, John Heard of Kingstown, R.I., Nathaniel Heard of Sarasota, Fla., and Robert Heard of New Towne, Pa.; three sisters, Lucy Porter of Merced, Calif., Rhoda Perry of Chantilly, Md., and Mary Moerchell of Seberna Park, Md., and nine granchildren.
Arrangements are by Nickerson-Bourne Funeral Home, 40 MacArthur Blvd., Bourne.

Adelino F. Pina
NEW BEDFORD -- Adelino Ferreira "To Jo" Pina, 74, died unexpectedly Monday, May 20, 1996. He was the son of the late Joseph F. and Agnes F. (Miranda) Pina.
He died at St. Luke's Hospital.
A lifelong resident of New Bedford, he was a communicant of St. Lawrence Church and formerly was employed as a construction worker for 44 years.
Mr. Pina was a member of the Construction Workers Union, Local 385 in Fairhaven.
Survivors include a brother, Antone F. Pina of New Bedford; a sister, Aurora Pina of New Bedford; four nieces and three nephews; four great-nieces and five great-nephews and several cousins.
He was the brother of the late Marcelina Pina and John Pina.
Arrangements are by Saunders-Dwyer Home for Funerals, 495 Park St.
Because information was not given to the funeral home, Mr. Pina's great-nieces, great-nephews and cousins were omitted from Tuesday's obituary.

Chester F. Kulczykiewicz
MIDDLEBORO -- Chester F. Kulczykiewicz, 79, of Plymouth Street, died Tuesday, May 21, 1996, after a brief illness. He was the husband of Nellie (Glemboski) Kulczykiewicz and son of the late Josef and Ana (Gogol) Kulczykiewicz.
He died at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Brockton.
Born in Enfield, Conn., he was raised in Springfield where he spent many years before moving to Schenectady, N.Y. Thirteen years ago he moved to Middleboro. He was a communicant of Sacred Heart Church in Middleboro and while in Springfield he was a communicant of Our Lady of Rosary Church and a member of St. Joseph Society of the Church. He was a retired machinist who worked at the Springfield Armory and later for the Watervliet Arsonal, in Watervliet, N.Y., retiring in 1982 after 37 years of working for the U.S. government.
Mr. Kulczykiewicz was a World War II Navy veteran as a Machinist Mate 2nd Class. His hobby was playing cards and sports enthusiast.
Survivors include his widow; a son, Robert Kull of Middleboro; two daughters, Donna Stewart and Nancy Kulczykiewicz, both of Middleboro; a brother, Joseph Kull of Springfield; two grandchildren and a cousin.
He was the brother of the late Michael Mitchell.
Arrangements are by Ashley Funeral Home, 35 Oak St., Middleboro.


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