|Dexter B. Leen
CUMMAQUID -- Dexter B. Leen, 85, of Cummaquid, a prominent businessman,
humanitarian and philanthropist, died Saturday, Jan. 6, 1996, after a brief
illness. He was the husband of Elinor (Kley) Leen and son of the late Philip
and Bertha (Barron) Leen.
The his lifelong advocacy and fund-raising on behalf of institutions
serving Cape Codders is evident in libraries, a synagogue, medical facilities,
the natural landscape and the face of government throughout the town and
county of Barnstable
Born in New Bedford in 1910, he attended that city's public schools
and studied at Ohio State University before coming to the Cape as the proprietor
of a Leen's Shoe Store on Main Street in Hyannis for 50 years. He was a
World War II Air Force veteran, having served in the European theater.
Mr. Leen became a highly successful and influential businessman
on Cape Cod. In 1946, he became one of the original investors in the Hyannis
Steamship Co., later renamed Nantucket Boat Inc. Though the company was
sold to the current owners of the Hy-Line, Mr. Leen never relinquished
his passion for the sea and its central place in the history of Cape Cod.
Thirty years ago, Mr. Leen and award-winning architect Benjamin
Thompson proposed linking Main Street in Hyannis and its harbor, a concept
that came to be known as the "Walkway-to-the-Sea." His dream was realized
in September 1995 when the town of Barnstable acquired two parcels of land
at the corner of South and Ocean streets.
The residential tranquility, land conservation and architectural
preservation that characterize the Northside village are due in large part
to Mr. Leen's battles to implement zoning and preserve the character of
the village marina.
He served as Barnstable Civic Association president for several
years and was the moderator from 1973 to 1990. In recognition of his contributions
to the village, he was awarded the association's first village "Man of
the Year" award in 1994. Throughout the years, Mr. Leen served on numerous
growth policy committees of the town of Barnstable and was an advocate
of the Cape Cod Commission.
An student of humanities and fine arts, Mr. Leen devoted 65 years
to the improvement of the Cape's cultural life. For six decades, he provided
leadership to the Cape Cod Synagogue, Sturgis Library and libraries throughout
the town, the Cape & Islands Library Association, Cape Cod Hospital
and its affiliates, Hospice and the Cape Cod Community Philanthropic Foundation.
In 1986, he was the first recipient of the Joshua Nickerson Award for his
contributions to Cape Cod.
Mr. Leen was an integral part of the Cape Cod Synagogue since
its inception in 1933, when the congregation consisted of 23 families.
As a founding members, he was a force in acquiring money to build the first
synagogue on Cape Cod in Hyannis in 1948 and later, soliciting funds for
two expansions. For many years, he raised money for the United Jewish Appeal.
Known "Mister Library" throughout the state, Mr. Leen developed
his passion for reading and libraries as a boy in New Bedford. As president
of Sturgis Library and chairman of the Barnstable Town Library Committee
for 21 years, Mr. Leen was a well-known spokesperson for adequate public
funding for libraries. He was a frequent speaker at the state Library Trustees
Mr. Leen was involved with the Cape Cod Hospital and Cape Cod
Hospital Foundation for decades. He was an member of the Budget & Finance,
Business Gifts and Investment committees, and was an honorary corporator.
At his death, he was president of the Cape & Island Health Services,
a hospital subsidiary. Founder of the hospital's fund-raising President's
Club, he was credited with obtaining more than $1 million over the years.
Survivors include his widow; two daughters, Alison Zanetos and
Georgia Fallas, both of California; his brother, Selwyn Leen of Hyannis;
and two nephews.
Arrangements by Doane, Beal & Ames of Cape Cod.
FALL RIVER -- William "Willie Bob" and "Cuz" Moniz, 70, of 85
Rhode Island Ave., died Sunday, Jan. 7, 1996. He was the beloved friend
of Connie Sylvia of New Bedford and son of the late Joseph and Mary (Cordeiro)
He died at St. Anne's Hospital.
He was a lifelong resident of Fall River and a communicant of
Santo Christo Church.
He was employed by various local contractors as a construction
foreman for many years until his retirement in 1990 and was employed by
R.I. Nurseries in Middletown, R.I., as a supervisor for several years.
Mr. Moniz was a member and past president of the Construction
and General Laborers Union, Local 610 in Fall River, a member of the Ward
II Club in Fall River, and a member of the American Legion, Post 166 in
Fairhaven. He was a World War II Navy veteran.
Survivors include two daughters, Kathleen Rego of Swansea and
Janet Pereira of Fall River; a brother, Joseph Moniz Jr. of Fall River;
a sister, Evelyn DeMoura of Swansea; two grandsons; a niece; and three
Arrangements are by the Oliveira Funeral Home, 215 Columbia St.
John S. Carder
NEWTON -- John "Jack" S. Carder, 74, formerly of Westport, died Wednesday,
Jan. 3, 1996. He was the husband of Joan (Sullivan) Carder and son of Lucille
(Steadman) Carder of Newton and the late Nathaniel Carder.
Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., he lived in Newton for almost 65 years
and Westport. He was employed for Raytheon in New Bedford as an engineer
for 40 years until his retirement in 1986.
Mr. Carder was a graduate from Newton High School and Northeastern
University, where he played on the school's hockey team.
A past vice president of Longwood Cricket Club in Bookline, Mr.
Carder was also a member of the Second Church in Newton and Acoaxet Tennis
Club in Westport.
Survivors include his wife; his mother; a daughter, Carolyn Carder
O'Connell of Lowell and several nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are by the Blackington, Conroy & Hayes Funeral
Home, 1479 Washington St., West Newton.
Doris P. Ouillette
NEW BEDFORD -- Doris Phyllis Ouillette, 74, died Sunday, Jan. 7, 1996,
after an extended illness. She was the daughter of the late Joseph and
Stella (Rogers) Ouillette.
She died at St. Luke's Hospital.
A lifelong resident of New Bedford, she was a communicant of
St. Lawrence Church and was employed by States Nightwear as a supervisor
for 33 years until her retirement in 1986.
Miss Ouillette was active in the AARP.
Survivors include two brothers, Thomas Ouillette of New Bedford
and Wallace Ouillette of Pomfret, Conn., and two nieces.
Arrangements are by the Wilson Chapel, 479 County St.
William Fitzsimmons, 96
DAYTON, Ohio -- William A. Fitzsimmons, 96, of 10 Wilmington Place,
formerly of Taunton and Fairhaven, died Friday, Jan. 5, 1996. He was the
widower of Lillian Southerton Fitzsimmons and son of the late William J.
and Elizabeth J. Fitzsimmons.
Born in Taunton, he had lived in Fairhaven and was employed by
New Haven Gas Co. in Connecticut as vice president, retiring after 40 years
Mr. Fitzsimmons had been president and director of the Connecticut
Motor club and vice president and director of the Evergreen Cemetery Association.
He was a World War I Army veteran of the SATC, a former member of the Quinnipiac
Club of New Haven, the New Haven Kiwanis Club, charter member of the Society
of Gas Operator, New York, the George H. Taber Lodge, AF&AM of Fairhaven,
and Whitneyville Congregational Church in Hamden.
He studied mechanical engineering at the Carnegie Institute of
Technology and administrative courses at the University of Michigan.
Survivors include two sons, William D. Fitzsimmons of Dayton,
Ohio, and Douglas O. Fitzsimmons of Washington, D.C.; six grandchildren
and seven great-grandchildren.
Mr. Fitzsimmons was also the brother of the late Ruth E. Fitzsimmons
and Grace R. Stanton.
Arrangements are by the Tobias Funeral Home, Inc., Dayton, Ohio.
NEW BEDFORD -- Helen (Patla) Hinchliffe, 80, of Brock Avenue died Sunday,
Jan. 7, 1996, after a brief illness. She was the widow of Milton J. Hinchliffe.
She died at Mediplex of New Bedford.
Born in Manchester, N.H., she lived in New Bedford most of her
life and was a communicant of St. James Church. She was employed by Cornell
Dubilier as a power press operator until her retirement in 1970.
Mrs. Hinchliffe was a member of the Seniors of St. James Church,
St. Hedwig Church, South Baptist Church and Hazelwood Seniors.
Survivors include three sons, Joseph Hinchliffe and William Hinchliffe,
both of New Bedford, and Milton Hinchliffe Jr. of Las Vegas; a daughter,
Jane Bariteau of New Bedford; a brother, Joseph Patla of New Bedford; two
sisters, Amelia Sullivan of North Dartmouth and Gladys Crossman of Vernon,
Vt.; 12 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren and nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are by the Cabral-Lamoureux Funeral Home, 177 Cove
Jean B. Charest
NEW BEDFORD -- Jean Baptiste Charest, 86, died Sunday, Jan. 7, 1996,
after a long illness. He was the husband of Aurore (Arsenault) Bessette-Charest
of New Bedford and son of the late Joseph and Josephine (Theriault) Charest.
He died at Kristen Beth Nursing Home.
Born in Canada, he lived in New Bedford the past 40 years, was
a communicant of St. Anthony Church and was employed by Berkshire Hathaway
Corp. as a textile worker until his retirement.
Mr. Charest was a Army veteran and had worked numerous years
as a bingo worker at St. Anthony Church along with his wife. He and his
wife had been married 27 years.
Survivors include his widow; four stepdaughters, Lorraine LeBlanc
of Woonsocket, R.I., Doris Phillips of Michigan, Diane A. Brodo of North
Dartmouth and Lea Gregoire of Fairhaven; three stepsons, James Bessette
and Robert Bessette, both of New Bedford, and Dennis Bessette of Nevada;
a sister, Alice L. Babineau-Ferreira of New Bedford; and many nieces and
Arrangements are by the Rock Funeral Home, 1285 Ashley Blvd.
NEW BEDFORD -- Private services were held for George Fish, 89, who died
at home Saturday, Jan. 6, 1996, after a long illness. He was the widower
of Virginia (Daniels) Fish and son of the late Mary Maxim and Fred Fish.
A lifelong resident of New Bedford, he was employed by the state
of Massachusetts as a highway and bridge supervisor until his retirement.
Mr. Fish was a member of the Massachusetts State Retirees.
Survivors include two sons, Raymond Fish of North Dartmouth and
Daniel K. Fish of San Jose, Calif.; a brother, Fred Fish of Barrington,
R.I.; a stepson, Joseph Perry of Fairhaven; 14 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Arrangements were by Perry Funeral, 111 Dartmouth St.
Belmeda Mello, 93
NEW BEDFORD -- Belmeda Mello, 93, died Sunday, Jan. 7, 1996. She was
the widow of Jerome Mello and daughter of the late Philomena (Gonsalves)
and Jacinto Mello.
She died at Sacred Heart Home.
Born in Ribeira Quente, Sao Miguel, Azores, she lived in New
Bedford most of her life and was a communicant of St. John the Baptist
Survivors include a son, John Mello of New Bedford; a daughter,
Ida Rego of New Bedford; a grandson and several nieces and nephews.
She was also the sister of the late Georgianna Marks, Mary Mello,
Francisco Mello and Joseph Mello.
Arrangements are by the Perry Funeral Home, 111 Dartmouth St.
NEW BEDFORD -- Mildred "Millie" Frates, 65, died Friday, Jan. 5, 1996.
She was the daughter of Mary J. (Mello) McCann of New Bedford and the late
She died at St. Luke's Hospital.
Born in New Bedford, she had lived all her life in the Greater
New Bedford-Dartmouth area and was a member of the Grace Episcopal Church.
She had been employed at restaurants and lounges in the downtown
area as a barmaid. A graduate of the Boston School of Barbering, she was
a licensed Barber in Massachusetts.
Miss Frates had attended Dartmouth Schools and graduated from
New Bedford High School Evening Division in 1980. She also loved cats.
Survivors include her mother; a sister, Sandra Medeiros of Fairhaven;
a niece and two great-nieces.
Arrangements are by the Donaghy Funeral Home, 465 County St.
Robert H. Lesco
DARTMOUTH -- Robert H. Lesco, 72, of 31 Whiteweed Drive in North Dartmouth,
died at home Saturday, Jan. 6, 1996. He was the husband of Sherry (Molnia)
Lesco and son of the late Louis and Rose (Barden) Lesco.
Born in Chelsea, he had lived in North Dartmouth for 30 years.
He was a graduate of New York University in 1947.
Mr. Lesco was a member of Tifereth Israel Congregation in New
Bedford, a 32nd-degree Mason and a member of the Allepo Temple of Shriners.
He was sent by the Army in 1944 to study Chinese at Georgetown University
and later sent to France as a French interpreter during World War II. He
was a member of the Jewish War veterans.
Mr. Lesco was a former member of the Allendale Country Club,
where he won consecutive Four-Ball championships in 1972 and 1973. He was
also a member of the Country Club of New Bedford, where he was a finalist
in the 1984 Four-Ball championship.
Survivors include his widow; a son, Peter B. Lesco of Westport;
two daughters, Deborah J. Lesco of Glen Ellen, Calif., and Dr. Barbara
A. Lesco of Baltimore; and three grandchildren.
Arrangements are by the Max Sugarman Memorial Chapel, 458 Hope
Cecilia P. Varao
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Cecilia P. Varao, 83, formerly of New Bedford,
died Friday, Jan. 5, 1996. She was the widow of Manuel M. Varao.
Survivors include two sons, Gilbert Varao and Richard Varao,
both of California; seven daughters, Dorothy Sylvia, Florence Arruda, Theresa
Nault, Margaret Driscoll, Helen Banderas, Rita Roddy and Cecilia M. Varao,
all of California; a sister, Agnes Bispo of South Dartmouth; 27 grandchildren;
47 great-grandchildren and three great-great grandchildren.
Arrangements are by the Santa Clara Funeral Home, Santa Clara,
VIG -- Tobias "Toby" Vig, Jr., 57, of Lutz, died Friday. A funeral Mass
will be held 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Lake Magdalene
Boulevard and North Boulevard with Fr. Simeon Gardner, pastor, officiating.
Private interment will follow in Florida National Cemetery. The family
will receive friends from 7-9 p.m. Monday at the Funeral Home, with a Rosary
at 7 p.m. A native of New Bedford, Mass., Mr. Vig had lived in the Lutz
since 1971. He was a retired captain of a commercial fishing vessel, a
member of AM VETS Post and St. Mary's Catholic Church. Survivors include
his wife Marie R. Vig of Lutz; three daughters, Catherine M. Tucker of
Lutz, Elizabeth M. Vig of Tampa, Theresa D. Heston, of Lutz; a son Tobias
H. Vig III of San Diego; two grandchildren and a sister Patricia Hamer
of Sandwich, Mass. Arrangements by the F.T. Blunt Co. Funeral Home, Lutz-Land
O'Lakes Chapel, 18310 N. U.S. 41, Lutz, Fla. 33549.
MONIZ -- In Fall River, Jan. 7, 1996. William "Willie Bob" and "Cuz"
Moniz. Son of the late Joseph and the late Mary (Cordeiro) Moniz. Beloved
friend of Connie Sylvia. Father of Kathleen Rego and Janet Pereira. Brother
of Joseph Moniz and Evelyn DeMoura. Age 70. Residence 85 Rhode Island Ave.,
Fall River. His funeral will be held Thursday at 8 a.m. from the Oliveira
Funeral Home, 215 Columbia St., followed by a funeral mass at 9 a.m. in
Santo Christo Church. Interment in Pine Grove Cemetery, New Bedford. Calling
hours Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.
JOY -- Jan. 7, 1996, S. Daniel Joy, Jr., of Middleboro, age 70 years,
husband of Lorraine (Mulley) Joy, father of Daniel A. Joy of Middleboro
and Kathleen M. Pardon of Lakeville, father in law of Patricia L. Joy and
Rev. Robert T. Pardon, brother of Donald Joy of Halifax and Eleanor DaCosta
of Florida, grandfather of Lindsay and Daniel Joy, Traci and Becki Pardon.
Fuenral in the ASHLEY FUNERAL HOME, 35 Oak St., Middleboro, Thursday at
11 a.m. Visiting hours Wed. 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Donations in his memory to Old
Colony Hospice, 14 Page Terrace, Stoughton, MA 02072, would be appreciated.
LESCO -- Robert H., Jan. 6, 1996. Residence: 31 Whiteweed Drive, North
Dartmouth. Beloved husband of Sherry (Molnia) Lesco. Devoted father of
Peter B. Lesco of Westport, Deborah J. Lesco of Glen Ellen, Calif., and
Dr. Barbara A. Lesco of Baltimore. Loving grandfather of Rachel, Benjamin
and Sarah. Graveside services were held Sunday at Sharon Memorial Park,
Sharon, Mass. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the New
Bedford Jewish Convalescent Home or to Hospice. Shiva will be observed
at his late residence Monday and Tuesday 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Arrangements
by the MAX SUGARMAN MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 458 Hope Street, Providence, RI.
MELLO -- In this city, Jan. 7, Belmeda (Mello) Mello wife of the late
Jerome Mello of New Bedford, age 93 years. Funeral from the PERRY FUNERAL
HOME, 111 Dartmouth St., Thursday at 8. Funeral Mass at St. John the Baptist
Church at 9. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting hours Wednesday
only 2-4 and 7-9. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Sacred Heart
Home. Interment: Cushing Cemetery, Mattapoisett, Mass.
OUILLETTE -- In this city, Jan. 7, 1996, Doris Phyllis Ouillette, of
New Bedford, age 74 years, daughter of the late Joseph and Stella (Rogers)
Ouillette, sister of Thomas of New Bedford, Wallace of Connecticut. Visiting
hours are omitted and her funeral is private. Arrangements with the WILSON
CHAPEL, 479 County St. at the corner of Elm Street in New Bedford.
HINCHCLIFFE -- Of this city, Jan. 7, Helen (Patla), age 80 years, widow
of Milton J. Hinchcliffe of Brock Avenue, mother of Joseph, William, Milton
Hinchcliffe Jr., Jane Bariteau, sister of Joseph Patla, Amelia Sullivan
and Gladys Crossman, also survived by 12 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren,
nieces and nephews. At her request no visiting hours and cremation at North
Scituate, R.I. Arrangements are by the CABRAL-LAMOUREUX FUNERAL HOME, 177
Cove St., New Bedford, Mass.
ENOS -- Rescheduled. Of North Dartmouth and Sarasota, Fla., Jan. 5,
1996, Rita H. (Conroy), 74, wife of Richard J. Enos, mother of Richard
Jay Enos, Kathryn C. Enos and Deidre "Dede" Foerster, sister of John Bernard
Griffin, Lawrence D. Griffin and Geraldine Griffin. Funeral from the SAUNDERS-DWYER
HOME FOR FUNERALS, 495 Park St., New Bedford, Thursday at 9. Funeral Mass
at St. Lawrence Church at 10. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
Visiting hours Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. In lieu
of flowers, remembrances may be made to the American Lung Association of
Southeastern Massachusetts, One Abbey Lane, Middleboro, MA. 02346.
FRATES -- Jan. 5, 1996 Mildred "Millie" Frates 65, daughter of Mary
J. (Mello) McCann of Mary's Dressmaking and the late Manuel Frates, sister
of Sandra Medeiros, aunt of Angela Moore, great aunt of Lauren and Rebecca.
Remembrances may be made to Market Ministries, 60 Eighth St., New Bedford,
MA 02740. In accordance with her wishes, after private visitation and services
conducted by Rev. G. Kenneth Garrett at the DONAGHY FUNERAL HOME, cremation
followed at Swan Point Crematory.
GAUTHIER -- In this city, Jan. 6, 1996, Norman A. Gauthier, 40, of New
Bedford, former husband of Louisa E. Furtado and son of Bertha L. (Cormier)
Gauthier. Funeral from ROCK FUNERAL HOME, 1285 Ashley Blvd., on Wednesday
8 a.m., followed by his Funeral Mass at St. Joseph Church at 9 a.m. Interment
Sacred Heart Cemmetery. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Calling
hours Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.
CHAREST -- In this city, Jan. 7, 1996, Jean Baptiste Charest, 86, of
New Bedford, husband of Aurore (Arsenault) Bessette-Charest. Funeral from
ROCK FUNERAL HOME, 1285 Ashley Blvd., on Thursday at 8 a.m. followed by
his Funeral Mass at St. Anthony Church at 9 a.m. Interment Sacred Heart
Cemetery. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Calling hours Wednesday
evening only 7-9 p.m.
ARRUDA -- JAN. 7, 1996, JOHN, 87, OF NEW BEDFORD, HUSBAND OF CLARA (BRUM)
ARRUDA, FATHER OF ANTHONY J. ARRUDA AND JOHN ARRUDA, JR. FUNERAL FROM THE
DONAGHY FUNERAL HOME, 465 COUNTY ST., WEDNESDAY MORNING AT 9. FUNERAL MASS
IN ST. JAMES CHURCH, COUNTY STREET, AT 10. INTERMENT ST. JOHN CEMETERY.
CALLING HOURS TUESDAY ONLY 2-4 AND 7-9. AMPLE LIGHTED PARKING AREA AT THE
REAR OF THE FUNERAL HOME.
AVERY -- IN THIS CITY, JAN. 6, CAROL E. (HATCH) AVERY, WIFE OF ALFRED
AVERY OF NEW BEDFORD, AGE 52 YEARS. FUNERAL FROM THE PERRY FUNERAL HOME,
111 DARTMOUTH ST., WEDNESDAY AT 9 A.M., AND FUNERAL MASS AT THE CHURCH
OF THE HOLY NAME AT 10 A.M. RELATIVES AND FRIENDS ARE INVITED. VISITING
HOURS TUESDAY ONLY 2-4, 7-9. INTERMENT: ST. JOHN CEMETERY.
BOURGEOIS -- JAN. 6, 1996, RICHARD J., 89, OF WORCESTER, FORMERLY OF
NEW BEDFORD, HUSBAND OF THE LATE ADRIENNE (GOSSELIN) BOURGEOIS, FATHER
OF LUCILLE R. BOURGEOIS, SISTER MURIEL BOURGEOIS, P.F.M., AND EVELYN SAVARIA.
REMEMBRANCES MAY BE MADE TO ST. FRANCIS HOME 101 PLANTATION ST. WORCESTER,
MA 01604-3025. CALLING HOURS AT THE DONAGHY FUNERAL HOME 465 COUNTY ST.,
FRIDAY MORNING FROM 8 TO 9:30 PRIOR TO THE FUNERAL MASS AT ST. JOSEPH CHURCH
AT 10. INTERMENT SACRED HEART CEMETERY.
BUTLER -- RICHARD A., JR., OF MARION, JAN. 5, 1996, HUSBAND OF ANN (FARIST)
BUTLER, FATHER OF SUSAN BUTLER ROLLOW, BARBARA BUTLER FOSTER, MOLLY BUTLER
FREIBERG AND ANDREW PRESTON BUTLER, ALSO SURVIVED BY NINE GRANDCHILDREN.
RELATIVES AND FRIENDS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND THE MEMORIAL SERVICE IN THE
UNITARIAN MEMORIAL CHURCH, 102 GREEN ST., FAIRHAVEN, FRIDAY, JAN. 12, 1996,
AT 11 A.M. INTERMENT WILL BE PRIVATE FOR THE FAMILY AT A LATER DATED. VISITING
HOURS ARE OMITTED. IN LIEU OF FLOWERS, DONATIONS MAY BE MADE TO THE NEW
ENGLAND DEACONESS HOSPITAL, C/O BERT DANE, 1 DEACONESS ROAD, BOSTON, MA
CADIMA -- IN BOSTON, MASS., JAN. 6, 1996, THOMAS "TOM" CADIMA, HUSBAND
OF GERTRUDE (FRAGOZA) CADIMA, SON OF THE LATE AUGUSTINE AND THE LATE SOPHIE
(SIMBRO) CADIMA, BROTHER OF HILDA MATHIAS, LILLIAN COLLARD, MARY REGO,
ANNA MEGNA, EDWARD CADIME, MANUEL CADIME AND THE LATE ALICE FIGUERIDO,
SOPHIE VIVEIROS, JOHN CADIMA AND JOSEPH CADIMA, AGE 49, RESIDENCE OLD FALL
RIVER ROAD, NORTH DARTMOUTH, MASS. HIS FUNERAL WILL BE HELD WEDNESDAY AT
9 A.M. FROM THE OLIVEIRA FUNERAL HOME, 2064 S. MAIN ST., FALL RIVER, FOLLOWED
BY A FUNERAL MASS AT 10 A.M. IN ST. JOHN OF GOD CHURCH, BRAYTON AVENUE,
SOMERSET. INTERMENT IN NOTRE DAME CEMETERY. CALLING HOURS MONDAY 7-9 P.M.
AND TUESDAY 2-4 AND 7-9 P.M.