|ANGELINA FAUCHER BARRETT
90, formerly of Beech Street, Manchester, died October 29, 1997.
A funeral service will be held on Friday at 11 a.m. in the Cain & Janosz
Funeral Home, 74 Brook Street, corner of Pine Street. A calling
hour will be held from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. prior to the service.
Memorial contribtions may be made to the NH Lung Association Inc, 456
Beech St, Manchester 03103.
Manchester, NH; Manchester U-L; 31 OCT 1997
ANNIE CARLIN BARRETT
of this city (Boscobel), after several months of intense suffering,
passed to the great beyond, and was buried from the Catholic Church Saturday
forenoon, where Father Kaiser preached an elegant sermon and the remains
borne to St. Patrick's cemetery over on Irish Ridge, where sleep loved
ones gone before, to await the sounding of the last trumpet.
John Scheinpflug officiated as funeral director and engaged a fine auto
hearse from Livingston owned by W. M. Hannan.
Last September Mrs. BARRETT was operated upon in Chicago and for a
short time thereafter every hope was bright for a permanent cure, but the
deadly malady, cancer, soon began again and she underwent another operation
at Brookside Hospital, but it seemed nothing could be done to stay its
deadly work and after suffering untold agony, she passed away.
Her maiden name was Annie CARLIN and she was 45 years of age, and leaves
a husband and son Leo, to mourn her early departure, as well as an aged
father, mother, and a number of brothers and sisters.
Fennimore Times; 6/25/1919
ANTHONY F. BARRETT
December 22, 1997 following a valiant battle with cancer at the young
age of 59. A native of County Kerry, Ireland, he is survived by his
beloved wife, Eileen; children Evelyn, Susan, David and Diane;
adored grandchildren Elyse Mary and Claire Rose; and sons-in-law
Riccardo VINCENZI and Travis ROBINSON. He was the fond brother of
Nora, Marie, Colman, Josephine, Helena and Michael; loved uncle by
his nieces and nephews; cousin to many, including Eamon and Judy
BARRETT. He is predeceased by his parents Edmund and Mary;
brother Brendan and aunt Helena B. RAINES, who paved the way for him to
come to California. He leaves behind so many friends and relatives
in San Francisco and in Ireland.
He was a member of the United Irish Cultural Center, Residential Builders
Association and Shamrock Golf Club. He will be remembered for his
generosity, laughter and kindness and will be greatly missed by all who
knew him. May God grant him peace and may perpetual light shine upon
him. Friends may visit Sunday after 6pm and are invited to attend
the Vigil Service Sun., 7pm and Funeral Mass Monday, 11:30am, all at Our
Lady of Mercy Church, 1 Elmwood Dr., D.C. Committal Holy Cross Cemetery.
San Francisco, CA; SF Chronicle; 26 & 27 DEC 1997
BARBARA BARRETT CAPLES
Barbara Barrett Caples, 83, a Washington area artist, died of complications
of leukemia Dec 11 at Inova Alexandria Hospital. She lived
in Alexandria since 1967.
Mrs, CAPLES, who was born in Providence, RI, graduated from Smith College
and studied art at Yale Univ. She painted as an avocation, specializing
in children's portraits. During WW2, she taught art as occupational
therapy for amputees at Walter Reed Army Med Center.
She permanently settled in the Wash area in the early 1960s, about
the same time she turned her attention to serigraph and monotype print-making
techniques. Over the years, her artworks of animal subjects were
part of group and solo shows in the Washington area, NM and MA.
She was a longtime member of the Washington Printmaker Gallery &
the Alexandria Torpedo Factory's Discover Graphics Workshop.
She was a member of Immanuel Episcopal Church on the Hill in Alexandria
and its altar guild.
Survivors include her husband of 57 years, retired Air Force Col Stephen
J. CAPLES of Alexandria; 2 daughters, Cynthia CAPLES of Houston &
Sara Elizabeth CAPLES of NY; and a grandson.
Alexandria, VA; Wash DC Post; 14 DEC 1997
BENJAMIN J. BARRETT
November 23, 1997; husband of Harriett (nee MILLER) BARRETT;
father of Mrs. Kathleen (Robert) ROSEN, Mrs. Donna (late Allen) BENZIN,
Mrs. Laura (Bernard) GAZDA, Mrs. Reita (Robert) KUCEWICZ and the late Sharon
HARRINGTON; also survived by 11 grandchildren; brother of William
Friends may call Monday and Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 PM at the CUSACK, MESCALL
& HAGGERTY FUNERAL HOME, 1377 Abbott Road, Lackawanna where the funeral
will be held Wednesday at 9 AM and from St. Ambrose Church at 9:30 AM.
Mr. BARRETT was a member of the Knights of Columbus Fr. Baker Council,
American Legion Post #63 and Loyal Order of Moose Lodge #959 and a retiree
of Bethlehem Steel with 42 years of service. Flowers gratefully declined.
Buffalo, NY; Buffalo News; 24 NOV 1997; Page 4C
BERNARD J. BARRETT
"Bernie", 69, Wed. Nov. 26, 1997, Baptized into the Hope of Christ's
Resurrection, dear brother of Thomas and Lawrence BARRETT and friend.
Bernie was a retired Overland Branch Mail Carrier with the U.S. Postal
Funeral Sat., Nov. 29, 10 a.m.at Bauman Colonial Chapel, 2504 Woodson
Road, Overland. Interment, Valhalla Cemetery. Visitation
Fri, 2-8 p.m.
St Louis, MO; St Louis Post Dispatch; Thursday 27 NOV 1997;
BERTHA E. LOEBRICH BARRETT
77, of Monroe, Ml died at 6:35 pm Friday, November 21, 1997 at the
Frenchtown Nursing Care Center. She had been in poor health for five
years. She was born in Toledo on March 24,1920 to Philip S. and Gertrude
E. (BILMAIER) LOEBRICH. She was married November 21, 1936 to Leroy
A. BARRETT. She was a faithful member of the Jehovah Witnesses since
She is survived by her husband, Leroy; sons, Randall A.(Cathy) of Colorado
Springs, CO and Rolland D. (Debby) BARRETT of Monroe, Ml; daughters, Ruth
E. KORECKI of Toledo and Sandra E. BILMAIER of Colorado Springs, CO; brother,
Richard N. LOEBRICH of Baldwin Park, CA; sisters, Phyllis ISAACS of Toledo
and M. June KOWALSKI of Carpinteria, CA; 29 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her sons, William, Russell, Timothy and Clair
BARRETT, daughter, Pamela IRONS; brother, George LOEBRICH and sisters,
Julia KELLEY, Geraldine DIXON, Virginia LOEBRICH and B. Louise LOEBRICH.
Visitation will be Friday, November 28,1997 from 11-9 pm. in the Rupp
Funeral Home, Monroe, Ml. She will lie in state Saturday 9 a.m. at
the Kingdom Hall of the Jehovah Witnesses, 1670 5. Raisinville Rd., Monroe
with services following at 10 a.m. Dale Thoman officiating.
Burial Ottawa Hills Memorial Park. Memorials may be made to the Watchtower
Bible and Tract Society or donor's choice.
Monroe, MI; Blade (OH); 26 NOV 1997
Sr. Bertilla BARRETT BVM, age 77, of Wright Hall, died Aug. 17, 1997,
beloved daughter of the late Miles and Mary Ellen BARRETT; loving sister
of Mary (Bob) JORGENSEN of Sioux City, IA, Elizabeth (Lou) HIRSCHMAN of
Lincoln NE, Sr. Ellen Therese BVM, of Milwaukee, Wi., Dolores (Don) KRAMPER
and the late Ambrose (the late Mary COLLINS) BARRETT; devoted aunt
of 17; great-aunt of 24 and gg-aunt of 3.
Visitation Tuesday from 3 to 8 p.m. at the John E. Maloney Funeral
Home, 1359 W. Devon Ave., where the BVM Prayer service will be held at
4 p.m. Visitation Wednesday at St. Gertrude Church from 9:30 a.m.
until time of Mass at 10:30 a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, contributions to Sisters of Charity, 2260 N. Summitt,
Milwaukee, Wi., would be appreciated. Funeral info:773-764-1617
Chicago, IL; Chicago T; 18 AUGUST 1997
BETTY NAOMI BARRETT BAILEY
left this world Sunday morning, Aug. 17, 1997, at the age of 56.
Betty was the daughter of Mildred Elizabeth YOUNG and the late A.W. BARRETT
of Konawa, Ok. She was a longtime member of the Church of Christ.
She has 3 surviving sons, Brett and his wife Kari of OKC, Brent of Tulsa,
and Barrett of Yukon; granddaughter, Kayla; brother, Dr. Paul
BARRETT of OKC, and sister, Ruth MAXSON of Durant, OK. Betty graduated
from Coalgate High School, received a Bachelors in Home Economics from
OSU, and her Masters from CSU in Edmond. She had taught Home Economics
at the Yukon High School for the last 14 years. Funeral services
will be held Wed., Aug. 20, 10:00 a.m., in the Cornwell Drive Church of
Christ in Yukon with burial in the Butler Cemetery east of Atoka.
Memorials may be made to a scholarship fund for Barrett at Yukon National
Bank. Smith-Turner, 201 E. Main, Yukon, Ok. 354-2533
The Oklahoman (OK); 19 AUG 1997
BONNIE JEAN BROWN VERSO BARRETT
67, died Nov. 13, 1997, at Providence Alaska Medical Center from cancer
A memorial service is scheduled for 7 p.m. today at Beautiful Savior
Lutheran Church, 8100 Arctic Blvd., with Pastor Chris Reinke officiating.
Mrs. BARRETT was born Feb. 5, 1930, to Cecil and Viola Brown in Kansas
City, Mo. She attended Hollywood High School in California
and moved to Anchorage in 1981.
Mrs. BARRETT was a member of the Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church and
the Women of the Moose Lodge 139. She joined the Women of the Moose in
December 1981 and, in addition to holding many chairs, she received The
Academy of Friendship Degree in 1984, was Sr. Regent 1985-86 and received
the College of Regent Degree in 1988.
She enjoyed rescuing animals. Her family said, "Bonnie
was a very caring, hardworking and generous person, always putting family
and friends before herself. She loved her 'kids,' four dogs and four
cats, very much. They will miss her."
Mrs. BARRETT is survived by her husband, Donald BARRETT of Anchorage;
children; Thomas VERSO of Glendale, Ariz., Robert VERSO of Yearington,
Nev., Donald BARRETT, Jr. of Los Angeles, and Russell BARRETT of Louisville,
Ky.; brothers, Cecil BROWN and Charles BROWN; eight grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her
brother, John BROWN.
Arrangements were by Witzleben Family Funeral Homes and Crematory.
Anchorage AK; Anchorage D-N; 14 NOV 1997
BRIDGIE DOWLING BARRETT
95, of Springfield died Saturday. Born and educated in Lispool,
Dingle, Co-Kerry, Ireland, and moved here in 1923. She was
a communicant of the Holy Name Church.
Her husband, John F. BARRETT, died in 1978. She leaves a daughter,
Sister John Brigid of the Sisters of St. Joseph, Holyoke; two daughters,
Kathleen RELIHAN of Springfield and Jean McDERMOTT of Hartford, CT;
a brother, Maurice DOWLING of England; 10 grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren. Her daughter, the former Eileen F. TOBIN,
The funeral will be Saturday at the Sampson Funeral Home, followed
by a liturgy of Christian burial in the church. Burial will be in
St. Michael's Cemetery. Calling hours are Friday evening. Memorial
contributions may be made to the Retirement Fund of Sisters of St. Joseph,
Mont Marie, Holyoke, 01040.
Springfield, MA; Spfld U-N; 22 DEC 1997
C. BURT BARRETT
85, of Kinzers died Tuesday, Dec. 9, 1997, at the Lancaster General
Hospital. Born in Evansville, Ind., he was the son of the late Marian
and Arlie Mae CAMP BARRETT.
He had lived in Kinzers since 1950 and was a member of the Christiana
Mennonite Church in Christiana. He was employed as a cook at Fishers
in Kinzers and also had been employed as a truck driver, bus driver and
had also worked in construction.
He is survived by one sister, Mae MILLER of Evansville, Ind.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 13, at the
Christiana Mennonite Church, Pine Street, Christiana. Friends may
call from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday at the Christiana Mennonite Church.
Interment will follow at the Calvary Monument Cemetery, Paradise.
Memorial contributions may be sent to the Christiana Mennonite Church,
Pine Street, Christiana, Pa. 17509. Arrangements are being handled
by the Wilde Funeral Home, Parkesburg.
Lancaster, PA; West Chester Daily Local News; 11 DEC 1997
CATHERINE A. BARRETT
91, formerly of 200 Hanover Street, Manchester, died December 8, 1997,
at a local nursing home after a brief illness. Miss BARRETT was born
in Manchester March 7, 1906, the daughter of Florence and Margaret (KEARNS)
She was educated in Manchester schools and was a lifelong resident
of the city. Before her retirement, she was employed with J F McElwain
Shoe Company. Miss BARRETT was a communicant of Saint Anne Church.
The family includes a brother, James BARRETT of Manchester; several
nieces, nephews, great-nieces, and great-nephews.
Calling hours are Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Thursday from 10 to
11 a.m. at the Connor Healy Funeral Home, 537 Union Street, corner of Concord
Street, Manchester. The funeral is Thursday at 10:45 a.m. from the
funeral home, followed by a Mass of Christian burial in Saint Ann Church
at 11:30 a.m. Burial will be in Saint Joseph Cemetery, Bedford.
Manchester, NH; Manchester U-L; 10 DEC 1997
CATHERINE PATRICIA BARRETT WALSH VanHOUTEN
of Springfield died Nov. 8 of lung disease. She was 76.
She was born Nov. 28, 1920, in Long Island City, N.J., to John and Catherine
She graduated from West New York, NJ., Memorial High School in 1938.
On Aug. 30, 1942, she married Joseph WALSH in West New York.
They divorced Feb. 27, 1967. She married Henry VAN HOUTEN in
Lodi, NJ, on June 9, 1967. He died April 17, 1981.
She lived in the Lodi area and worked as a Kmart customer service representative
until moving to Springfield in 1966.
She was past president of the Ladies Auxiliary of Hasbrouck Heights,
N.J., Elks Lodge No. 1962.
VAN HOUTEN also was a member of St. Mathias Catholic Church in Ridgewood,
Survivors include a daughter, Kathleen TURNER of Springfield;
two grandchildren; three great grandchildren; 10 stepgreat
grandchildren; and five stepgreat great grandchildren.
Private cremation services were held. England's Eugene
Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements. England's Eugene Memorial
Chapel, 202 E 18th, Eugene, OR 97401 541-686-2035
Eugene, Oregon; THE REGISTER-GUARD; 13 NOV 1997
CLEO BARRETT SPENCE
Services for Cleo SPENCE, 79, of Seagraves will be at 10 a.m. Saturday
in First United Methodist Church with the Rev. John Westman, pastor, officiating.
Burial will be in Seagraves Cemetery under direction of Head Family
She died Tuesday, Dec. 23, 1997, in Seagraves.
She was born Jan. 30, 1918, in Pampa. She married Lee Roy SPENCE
on Feb. 20, 1937, in Pampa. He died March 3, 1987. She was
a member of First United Methodist Church. She did volunteer work
at the library, and she was a librarian for more that 20 years at the Gaines
County Library. She was a volunteer at the Seagraves schools and
the Senior Citizens Center. She helped deliver Meals on Wheels.
She was the Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year in 1993.
She had worked for Connally Funeral Home and Head Family Funeral Home.
Survivors include a son, Richard Lee of Arlington; three brothers,
Paul BARRETT, Floyd BARRETT and Raymond BARRETT, all of Pampa; three
sisters, Glad WILKERSON of Oklahoma City, Pauline ARNOLD of Dallas and
Doris BATEMAN of Spearman; and three grandchildren.
The family suggests memorials to the Seagraves Senior Citizens Center,
to United Methodist Women of Seagraves or to the Seagraves-Loop Museum.
Lubbock, TX; Lubbock Avalanche-Journal; Wednesday 24 DEC
DACIAN O. BARRETTE
81, of Brewster, OH, and formerly of Alfred and Fall River, MA, died
Saturday at Aultman Hospital, Canton, OH.
He was born Jan. 5, 1916, in Fall River.
In the early 1930s, Monsignor BARRETTE became a Brother of Christian
Instruction in Alfred, and eventually earned degrees from the Univ. of
Montreal, St. Michael's College in Winooski, VT, and the Univ. of Notre
He first taught in Montreal, Quebec, then transferred in 1935 to the
Brothers' Juniorate in Alfred to teach in the high school division.
In 1939 he went to St. Louis High School in Biddeford and was principal
there in 1946. Later he was principal at Prevost High School in Fall
River and then at Mount Assumption High School in Plattsburgh, NY, in 1955.
In November, 1969, he was one of several Brothers to form the first faculty
when Walsh College in Canton opened, and also served as the school's business
After 12 years at Walsh, Monsignor BARRETTE decided to become a priest
for the Diocese of Youngstown, OH. He entered John XXIII Seminary
in Weston, MA, and was ordained a priest on Jan. 18, 1975.
He was a deacon at Christ Our King, St. Joseph's Church and Joseph Riverside
Hospital, all in Warren, OH. After ordination he was an associate
at Blessed Sacrament Parish, chaplain at Trumbull Memorial Hospital, and
pastor of St. Anthony's in Canton, retiring on July 1, 1986.
From 1987 to 1991 he served as a temporary pastor or administrator
at several parishes including St. Paul's in Canton, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
in Ashtabula, OH, and St. Mary's in Orwell, OH, and most recently at St.
Therese's in Brewster as administrator.
Survivors include two brothers, Dr. Reno BARRETTE of FL and Reginald
of North Daughton, MA; four sisters, Gelberta HABERT of Attleboro, MA,
Inelda GOULET, Lucille BOGER, and Jeannette PLANT, all of Somerset, MA.
Canton, OH; Journal Tribune; Biddeford, Maine; 8
DECHANTAL M. BARRETT
December 12, 1997, daughter of the late Thomas and Elizabeth (McHUGH)
BARRETT; former guardian and loving aunt of Thomas H. (Linda), Joseph
P. (Jean RUGGLES), Peter F. (late Margaret) and Austin G. (Sally) SMITH;
dear sister of William G. BARRETT, Mary A. (late Matthew H.) GALLAGHER,
Cy (Jane) BARRETT and the late John J. BARRETT, Margaret C. SOLLY, Thomas
A. BARRETT, Dorothy E. SMITH and Gerald F. (Ruth) BARRETT; survived
by three generations of nieces and nephews.
Friends received on Saturday and Sunday, 2-4 and 7-9 PM, at the NIGHTENGALE
FUNERAL HOME, 1884 South Park Ave. (near Tifft), where services will be
held on Monday morning at 8:45, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial
from St. Ambrose Church at 9:30. Friends invited. Dee was a
member of the Rosary & Altar Society and Senior Citizens of St. Ambrose
Church, and OLV Legion of Mary. In lieu of flowers, donations to
St. Ambrose Building Fund would be appreciated. Interment in Holy
Buffalo, NY; Buffalo News; 13 DEC 1997; Page 9B
DESMA BARRETT STAMEY
82, widow of Arch STAMEY, of 145 Jenkins Road, Tellico Plains, passed
away 10 a.m. Friday, December 5, 1997, at her home. Member of Unicoi
Baptist Church. Daughter of the late Edd and Cora BARRETT.
Survivors: daughter, Lois GRUBER of Tellico Plains; son
and daughter-in-law, Tom and Laura STAMEY, Warren, MI; seven grandchildren;
seven great-grandchildren; sisters, Josie HOLLOWAY, Tellico Plains,
Reta Mae REDD, Kingston; brother, John BARRETT, Gastonia, NC;
several nieces and nephews.
Funeral 1 p.m. Monday, Unicoi Baptist Church, Rev. B.J. Wall and Rev.
Beecher Miller officiating. Interment in church cemetery. The
family will receive friends 7-9 p.m. Sunday at Biereley-Hale Funeral Home,
Tellico Plains, TN; Knoxville N-S; 7 DEC 1997
90, of Wheeling, formerly of Des Plaines, beloved wife of the late Joseph
E.; loving mother of James J. and Thomas (Ann); sister of the
late Everett SALTER and Mildred SALTER FRANCOEUR. Funeral Mass Tuesday
9:30 am at Addolorata Villa Chapel, 555 McHenry Rd., Wheeling. Interment
All Saints Cemetery. Visitation Monday 4 to 8 pm at Addolorata Villa.
In lieu of flowers, donations to Addolorata Villa Foundation or Masses
appreciated. Info 847/537-6600
IL; Chicago T; 15 DEC 1997
DOROTHY M. SALTER BARRETT
90, died Saturday in Addolorata Villa in Wheeling. She was the
founding president of St. Emily's Altar and Rosary Society in Mt. Prospect.
She was an eight-year resident at the villa and formerly a 50-year resident
of Des Plaines. Mrs. BARRETT was born in Chicago and was the past
president of St. Mary's Altar and Rosary Society in Des Plaines for more
than 20 years. She was a devoted homemaker and an accomplished seamstress.
"She was a deeply religious woman who was devoted to her faith and family",
said her son James. She is also survived by her son Thomas.
A mass will be said at 9:30 am Tuesday in Addolorata Villa Chapel, 555
McHenry Rd., Wheeling.
Wheeling, IL; Chicago T; 16 DEC 1997