|Frank W. Yeaw
Lifelong musician and educator
Frank W. Yeaw, 90, of Woodbury Ave., Portsmouth, died March 25, 2001,
at the Portsmouth Regional Hospital.
He was the husband of Elizabeth A. (Cott) Yeaw of Portsmouth.
He was born on Oct. 29, 1910, in Greenfield, Mass., the son of the
late Frank A. and Lillian (Chapleau) Yeaw. He graduated from Greenfield
High School, Deerfield Academy, and Amherst College.
He earned post graduate degrees from the New England Conservatory of
Music and then served as a Teaching Fellow in Music and then instructor
at St. Lawrence University.
In 1940, he married Elizabeth Cott, and for a number of years he managed
a poultry farm in Colrain, Mass. During this time he taught piano, directed
the Mohawk Male Chorus, the Greenfield Women’s Chorus, and the Baptist
Church Choir. He was president of, and played the violin in the Greenfield
Symphony Orchestra. He also toured with the Barnstormer’s Chorus.
In 1954 he and his family moved to Milford, and took a position of
Supervisor of Music in the Milford Public Schools. During this period he
taught piano, started and directed the Souhegan Men’s Chorus, served as
organist and choir director for the Milford Congregational Church. He also
toured Europe as part of the All-American Chorus, and served as treasurer
of the N.H. Music Educator’s Association.
In 1968, he and his wife moved to Portsmouth, where he was employed
as a Junior High Music teacher and string specialist for the Portsmouth
School Department. Later he became the Portsmouth High School choir director
in Portsmouth. He directed the choir and played the organ for the New Castle
At the North Church in Portsmouth, he was a member of the choir and
substitute organist, and served as Deacon and president of the North Church
Council. He was elected president of the N.H. Music Educator’s Association,
served on the executive board of the N.H. School Boards Association.
Mr. Yeaw was elected to the Portsmouth Board of Education for 16 years.
He was also the director of the Barnstormer’s Chorus, treasurer of the
Community Council of Senior Citizens, president and treasurer of the Southeastern
Retired Teachers’ Association, president of the N.H. State Retired Teacher’s
Association, and active in the AARP as state director.
In addition to his wife survivors, include three daughters, Barbara
Carpenter of Fryeburg, Maine, Marilyn Felton of Richland, Washington, and
Susan Heaton and her husband, Robert Heaton, of Amherst; seven grandchildren;
seven grandchildren, Sara Carpenter-Mollica of Rochster, Michael Carpenter
of Redmond, Wash., Gregory and Melina Felton of Seattle, Wash., Heather
Heaton of Naugatuck, Conn., Kenneth and Kevin Heaton of Amherst; and a
sister, Ruth Gray of Andover, Mass.
Visiting hours will be held at J. Verne Wood Funeral Home-Buckminster
Chapel, 84 Broad St. Portsmouth, Friday, March 30, 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Funeral
services will be held at North Congregational Church, Market Square, Portsmouth,
on Saturday, March 31, at 11 a.m.
Donations may be made to North Congregational Church, 355 Spinney Rd,
Portsmouth, NH; or to a charity of one’s choice.
Eleanor G. Campbell
Member of Rebekah Lodge 23 in Milford
Eleanor G. Campbell, 91, of Elm Street, Milford, died March 26, 2001,
at Harborside Healthcare Center, Milford.
She was born in Somerville, Mass., on Nov. 15, 1909, a daughter of
the late Barker H. and Grace (Goodhew) Pierce.
Mrs. Campbell had been a resident of Milford for more than 20 years
and had formerly resided in Long Island, Nova Scotia, for several years.
She and her late husband owned and operated Campbell’s Beach Summer
Resort, Lunenburg, Mass.
Mrs. Campbell was a member of Custos Morum Rebekah Lodge 23, Milford.
She was predeceased by her husband, Kingsley M. Campbell, who died
Family members include two sons, Dean K. Campbell of Milford, Alan
G. Campbell of Cleveland, Ga.; a daughter, Barbara J. Fulham of Tallebudgera,
Queensland, Australia; seven grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and
Visiting hours will be Thursday, March 29, from 6-8 p.m., in the Smith
and Heald Funeral Home , 63 Elm St., Milford. Funeral services will be
Friday, March 30, at 10 a.m., in the funeral home. Burial will be in South
Cemetery, Lunenburg, Mass.
Catherine B. Pelletier
Longtime Pepperell, Mass., resident
Catherine E. (O’Leary) Pelletier, 84, of Rutland, Vt., and formerly
of Pepperell, Mass., died Thursday, March 15, 2001, at Pleasant Manor Nursing
Home in Rutland, after an extended illness.
Mrs. Pelletier was born Jan. 10, 1917, in North Chelmsford, Mass.,
daughter of the late Cornelius and Cecelia M. (Hemlow) O’Leary. She moved
to Pepperell after her marriage and lived there for more than 50 years.
She retired to Tarpon Springs, Fla., with her husband and lived there until
moving to Rutland in the early 1990s.
Mrs. Pelletier was a supervisor at the Apple Packing Plant in Ayer,
Mass., for more than 20 years.
She was a communicant of St. Joseph Church in Pepperell.
She attended schools in Chelmsford, Mass., and graduated from Chelmsford
She was the widow of Ellsworth "Zeke" E. Pelletier, who died in 1991.
Mrs. Pelletier was also predeceased by two brothers, Paul and Carl
O’Leary, and two sisters, Dorothy Mahony and Anne Warren.
Survivors include five sons, Richard Pelletier of Nashua, John Pelletier
of Killington, Vt., Mark Pelletier of Stockbridge, Vt., Richard Pelletier
of Jaffrey and Rex Pelletier of Richmond, Va.; three daughters, Brenda
Sweeney and Cheryl Pelletier, both of Hudson, Fla., and Cathy Bentley of
Milford; two brothers, Eugene O’Leary of California, and Bernard O’Leary
of Marlborough, Mass.; a sister, Louise Joyce of Portsmouth; 14 grandchildren;
10 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
A funeral service was held March 22 at St. Joseph Church, Pepperell,
Mass. Burial will be in St. Joseph Cemetery, Pepperell, Mass.
Memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 10 Ferry
St., Suite 419, Concord, NH 03301.
The Marchand Funeral Home, Pepperell, was in charge of arrangements.
Robert Henry Robbins
Owned and operated Wilton business
Robert Henry Robbins, 80, of Bridge St., Milford, died March 20, 2001,
at the Harborside-Crestwood Nursing Home in Milford.
Mr. Robbins was born in Medford, Mass., Oct. 15,1920, the son of Robert
Amandus and Maude (Butler) Robbins.
He was the widower of Martina Mae (Richardson) Robbins, who died in
He formerly lived in Greenfield, for 16 years, in Wilton for 50 years
and in Milford for 10 years.
He owned and operated Buds Sanitation Service in Wilton for 30 years.
He had a special interest in all young children.
Survivors include a son, Donald Lee Robbins of Wilton; a daughter,
Linda Mae Sinclair of Milford; four grandchildren; a great-grandchild;
three brothers, Richard Robbins, Greenfield, Frank E. Robbins of Kennebunk,
Maine, and Ronald A. Robbins of Riverside, Calif.; a sister, Greta Gray
of Whitefield; and nieces and nephews.
Graveside services will be held later in the spring at Greenvale Cemetery,
Memorial donations may be made to SHARE, St. Patrick Church, Amherst
St., Milford, NH 03055.
The Holt/Woodbury Funeral and Cremation Service, Peterborough, is in
charge of arrangements.
Evelyn M. Christian
Member of Catholic Daughters
Evelyn M. Christian, 89, of Fletcher Drive, Jaffrey, died March 26,
2001, at her residence, following a courageous battle with cancer.
She was born Jan. 9, 1912, in Jaffrey, the daughter of the late Alfred
and Marie Claire (Joncas) Letourneau. She had attended Jaffrey schools
and has been a life long resident of the community.
She was a former employee of W.W. Cross Co. of Jaffrey and retired
in 1973 from D.D. Bean & Sons Co. following 25 years of employment.
She was a member of the Catholic Daughters of America, a communicant
of St. Patrick Church, and a 35-year volunteer at the weekly bingo games
in St. Patrick School.
She and her husband celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on Jan.
10, 2001, with a gathering of friends and relatives at the Monadnock Hospital
Family members include her husband of 65 years, Arthur J. Christian
of Jaffrey; a daughter, Janet C. Pellerin of Wilton; three sons, Vernon
A. Christian of New Ipswich, Allan A. Christian of Jaffrey, and Gerald
F. Christian of Dublin; seven grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; a
sister Leona O’Brien of New Symerna, Fla.; and several nieces and nephews.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Wednesday, March 28,
at 10 a.m., at St. Patrick Church, 89 Main Street, Jaffrey. The Rev. Seamus
MacCormack, pastor, will officiate. Spring burial will be in St. Patrick
Memorial contributions may be made to Jaffrey-Rindge VFW Memorial Ambulance
Fund, PO Box 107, Jaffrey, NH 03452-0107; or to Hospice at HCS, PO Box
496, Peterborough, NH 03458.
The Cournoyer Funeral Home in Jaffrey, is in charge of arrangements.
Patience L. Webb
Patience L. Webb, 56, of New Boston Road, Amherst, died April 2, 2001,
at her home.
She was born in Greenport, N.Y., on May 5, 1944, a daughter of the
late Nathaniel S. and Jacqueline E. (Cartier) Prime.
Mrs. Webb had been a resident of Milford and Amherst for the past 17
years, and had formerly resided in Pepperell, Mass.
She was employed as an art teacher for Clark School, Amherst, for nine
Mrs. Webb was a member of the Amherst Garden Club and Groton (Mass.)
Center for the Arts.
She was a member of the Church of Our Saviour, Milford. She was active
in the church fairs, and was a member of the Community Bible Study.
Family members include her husband of 10 years, the Rev. Alexander
H. Webb of Amherst; two sisters, Mary Gardiner Peet of Shelter Island,
N.Y., and Laurette DeToussard Prime of St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands;
a stepson, Alexander H. Webb II of Northboro, Mass.; three nieces, two
nephews; six great-nephews; and two great-nieces.
Visiting hours are Friday, April 6, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m., in the Smith
and Heald Funeral Home, 63 Elm St., Milford. Funeral services will be held
Saturday, April 7, at 2 p.m., in Christ Church, 569 Main St., Fitchburg,
Mass. Burial will be in Meadowview Cemetery, Amherst, at a later date.
Donations in Mrs. Webb’s memory may be made to Church of Our Saviour,
PO Box 237, Milford, NH 03055; or to the Patience L’Hommedieu Webb Memorial
Art Award, White Pines College, 40 Chester St., Chester, NH 03036.
Robert E. Smith
Avid outdoorsman and member of Horseshoe Club
Robert E. Smith, 54, of Border Street, Milford, died April 2, 2001,
at The Hospice House, Merrimack, after a two-year battle with cancer.
He was born in Woodsville, on June 14, 1946, a son of Lionel Smith
of Center Haverhill, and the late Genevieve (Beamis) Smith.
Mr. Smith had lived in Milford for 30 years.
He was employed by Francis Connor and Son Construction Company, Nashua,
for 23 years. For the past several years, he had been employed for the
Milford School District as a groundskeeper.
Mr. Smith was a member of the Milford Horseshoe Club. He was an avid
outdoorsman and enjoyed hunting and fishing.
Family members include his wife of 32 years, Susan (Wheeler) Smith
of Milford; a daughter, Monica M. Smith of Tryon, N.C.; his father, Lionel
Smith of Center Haverhill; three brothers, Ronald H. Smith of East Ryegate,
Vt., Terry A. Smith of North Conway, and Wayne M. Smith of North Monroe;
two sisters, Linda E. Gooden of Whitefield, and Brenda L. Jewett of Woodsville;
and several nieces and nephews.
Visiting hours are Thursday, April 5, from 7-9 p.m., in the Smith and
Heald Funeral Home, 63 Elm St., Milford. A graveside service will be held
in Ladd Street Cemetery, Haverhill, at a later date.
Donations in Mr. Smith’s memory may be made to The Hospice House, 210
Naticook Road, Merrimack, NH 03054.
George R. Shea
Entertained as a magician
George R. Shea, 63, of Nashua, died March 28, 2001, at his home.
He was born in Milford on March 4, 1938, a son of the late Ralph and
Olivia (Ciardelli) Shea.
Mr. Shea had moved to Nashua seven years ago, after living in Milford
for most of his life.
Mr. Shea had been employed by the former Sanders Associates in Nashua.
Following his retirement, he embarked on a career as an entertainer.
He was a member of the Psychic Entertainers Association, the Society
of American Magicians, the Office of Paranormal Investigations and the
International Brotherhood of Magicians.
Mr. Shea was a U.S. Navy veteran, and served in Vietnam as a helicopter
Family members include his wife, Virginia (St. Hilaire) Shea of Nashua;
a son, Kevin M. Shea of Merrimack; a daughter, Erin L. Shea of Amherst;
and aunts, uncles and cousins.
Funeral services were held in the Smith and Heald Funeral Home, Milford.
Pastor Larry Hileman of the Heritage Baptist Church, Nashua, officiated.
Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery Milford
Phyllis E. Salsibury
Past Grand Matron of the Eastern Star
Phyllis E. Salisbury 70, of Whitten Road, Milford, died March 28, 2001,
at her home.
She was born in Penacook on Aug. 1, 1930, a daughter of the late Carl
and Flossie (Plummer) Abbott.
Mrs. Salisbury had been a resident of Milford for more than 50 years,
and was employed by the former Ben Franklin Craft Store in Milford for
For more than 30 years, she was a member of Puritan Charity Themis
Atlantic Chapter 29, Order of Eastern Star, and was Past Grand Matron of
the Grand Chapter of New Hampshire, Order of Eastern Star. She was also
a member of Harley Sanford Post 4368, VFW Auxiliary, Milford.
Mrs. Salisbury was a member of the Milford United Methodist Church.
Family members include her husband, George H. Salisbury of Milford
(they celebrated their 53rd wedding anniversary on March 2); two daughters,
Evelyn P. Sullivan of Manchester, and Cindy J. Salisbury of Wilton; two
sons, Michael T. Salisbury of Milford and Carl A. Salisbury of Westfield,
N.J.; nine grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; a sister, Carol Carey
of West Hebron, N.Y.; a brother, Robert Abbott of Laconia; and many nieces
An Eastern Star service was held March 30. Funeral services were held
March 31 in the Smith and Heald Funeral Home in Milford. Burial will be
in Riverside Cemetery, Milford, at a later date.
Donations in Mrs. Salisbury’s memory may be made to the Alzheimer’s
Association, Greater NH Chapter, 10 Ferry St., Suite 419, Concord, NH 03301;
or Hunter’s Hope, PO Box 643, Orchard Park, NY 14127.
James H. Dawson
Granddaughter lives in Milford
James H. Dawson of North Chelmsford, Mass., formerly of Lowell, Mass.,
died March 24, 2001, at his home.
Born in Boston, Mass., on May 1, 1913, the son of the late James and
Margaret (Wallace) Dawson.
He was married to Veronica (Berry) (McTeague) Dawson. Their 26th wedding
anniversary would have been Aug. 17. He was predeceased by his first wife,
Genevieve (Berry) Dawson, who died on June 3, 1968.
Mr. Dawson served with the U.S. Navy during World War II. He was employed
with the Veterans Administration Hospital in Bedford as a firefighter until
his retirement in 1973. Following his retirement, he worked at Honeywell
Bull Corp. in Billerica until 1985.
He was a communicant of St. John the Evangelist Church of Chelmsford
and the Sacred Heart Church in Lowell.
He was a member of Knights of Columbus of Lowell, the Chelmsford Lodge
of Elks, and the Walker-Rogers VF.W Post 662 in Lowell.
Besides his wife, he is survived by three daughters and their husbands,
Janet and Gerald Piche of Gibsonville, N.C., formerly of Milford, Maureen
and Lawrence Record of Canterbury, and Mary Ellen and Henry Desmarais of
North Chelmsford, Mass.; eight grandchildren, including Dawn Chappell of
Milford, and Alan Piche and Wendy Piche, formerly of Milford; and 12 great-grandchildren.
A funeral was held March 27 in the Dolan Funeral Home, Chelmsford,
Mass., followed by a Mass at St. John the Evangelist Church. Burial will
be in St. Patrick’s Cemetery.
Memorial donations may be made to the St. John the Evangelist Church
Alice N. Burnham
Employed as a registered nurse
Alice N. (Rollins) Burnham, 54, died March 31, 2001, at Elliot Hospital
in Manchester, after a lengthy illness.
She was born in Cambridge, Mass., on Aug. 23, 1946, the daughter of
George and Alice (O’Brien) Rollins. She was educated in Cambridge and Washington,
D.C., and received her nursing degree from the Somerville (Mass.) School
of Nursing. She had been employed as a registered nurse prior to her illness.
Mrs. Burnham was a communicant of St. Catherine Church.
Members of the family include her husband of 33 years, Rothwell J.
Burnham of Manchester; two sons, Richard Burnham of Auburn, and Robert
Burnham of Manchester; a daughter, Dr. Sharon Burnham Guevarra of South
Carolina; a grandson; her mother, of North Andover, Mass.; four sisters,
Kathleen Varney of Milford, Margaret Lanzoni and Janet Ramsdell of Barrington,
and Carol Rollins of Andover, Mass.; and several aunts, uncles, nephews,
nieces and cousins.
A funeral services will be Wednesday, April 4, at 9:15 a.m. from the
McHugh Funeral Home, 483 Beech St., corner of Hanover Street, Manchester,
followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Catherine Church, at 10 a.m.
Spring burial will be in Pine Grove Cemetery, Barrington.
Melio J. Riccitelli
Builder of Amherst’s Dream Lake
Melio "Mel" J. Riccitelli, 88, of Dream Lake Drive, Amherst, died March
19, 2001, at the Community Hospice House in Merrimack.
He was born in Milford on Oct. 10, 1912, a son of the late Rocco and
Concetta (Grugnale) Riccitelli.
Mr. Riccitelli was a lifelong resident of Amherst and Milford.
He was a self-employed stone mason. He built Dream Lake, a man-made
lake that is spring-fed, and many of the houses that surround it.
Mr. Riccitelli was a charter member of the Milford Lions Club. He enjoyed
hunting, fishing, and most especially, gardening.
He was a World War II U.S. Army veteran. He had been stationed in Fort
Riley, Kan., and later, became an Instructor Cook for WACS at Camp Crowder
in Missouri. He was a member of Ricciardi Hartshorn Post 23 American Legion
Family members include his wife of 65 years, Emmagene (Tuttle) Riccitelli
of Amherst; a son, Michael Riccitelli of Amherst; a daughter, Patricia
Tsoumas of North Easton, Mass.; four grandchildren, Tammy Tsoumas, Troy
Tsoumas, Jeff Sickler and Jim Sickler; a great-grandson, Jacob Sickler;
a sister, Teri Boone of North Carolina; a brother, Fred Riccitelli of Port
Charlotte, Fla.; and nieces and nephews.
Visiting hours are Thursday, March 22, from 5-8 p.m., in the Smith
and Heald Funeral Home, 63 Elm St., Milford. Funeral services will be held
Friday at 10 a.m., in the funeral home. Burial will follow in Riverside
Donations in Mr. Riccitelli’s memory may be made to Home, Health &
Hospice Care, 22 Prospect St., Nashua, NH 03060.
Active in the Jewish community of Lewiston, Maine
Sydel (Radovsky) Canter, 89, of Nashua Street, Milford, formerly of
Lewiston, Maine, died Wednesday, April 4, 2001, at Southern New Hampshire
Medical Center in Nashua after a short illness.
Mrs. Canter was born Oct. 23, 1911, in Fall River, Mass., daughter
of the late Jennie and Samuel Radovsky. She grew up in Montreal, Canada,
and lived most of her life in Lewiston, Maine, moving to Milford in 1987.
She worked as a homemaker, and was an active member of the Jewish community
of Lewiston during her life there.
She was a graduate of the Canadian school system, both high school
She was predeceased by her husband, Myer Canter.
Survivors include her son, Seth Canter of Milford, a daughter-in-law,
Ramona Canter of Milford; three grandchildren, Beth Canter of North Conway,
Michael Canter of East Burke, Vt., and Sarah Cook and her husband, Richard,
of Milford; a great-grandchild, Annabella Canter of North Conway; and a
large extended family.
A private service and burial were held April 6 in Auburn, Maine.
Expressions of sympathy in Mrs. Canter’s memory may be made to the
Home Health and Hospice Care of Nashua, 22 Prospect St., Nashua, NH 03060.
The Smith and Heald Funeral Home in Milford, was in charge of the arrangements.
Ruth S. Lamont
Avid golfer, gardener and tole painter
Ruth Seldon (Geer) Lamont, 95, died April 2, 2001, at RiverMead Retirement
Mrs. Lamont was born in East Hartford, Conn., on Oct. 29, 1905, the
daughter of Jennie (Bissell) and Erastus C. Geer. She was a 1927 graduate
of Hartford Hospital School of Nursing.
She moved to Peterborough three years ago from The Forest, Fort Myers,
Fla., and Osterville, Mass.
She was an energetic woman who was an avid golfer, gardener and library
volunteer. She was past president of Little Gardens in Malvern., Pa., and
enjoy tole painting.
She attended the Union Congregational Church in Peterborough.
Her husband, David S. Lamont, died in 1990.
She is survived by her son, Paul Lamont, of Amherst; a sister, Beatrice
Clark of Rocky Hill, Conn.; three grandchildren, Kathryn Lawson, Judy Lamont
and Scott Lamont; and six great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held Saturday, April 21, at 2:30 p.m., at
the Congregational Church of Amherst, 11 Church St., Amherst. The Rev.
David Taylor will officiate.
Gifts in Mrs. Lamont’s memory may be made to the Willard Parker Fund
for Music in Church, Congregational Church of Amherst, 11 Church St., Amherst,
The Jellison Funeral Home, Peterborough, is in charge of arrangeme
Bonnie J. Leete
Volunteer firefighter and EMT in Peterborough
Bonnie Josephine Leete, 20, of Peterborough, died April 3, 2001, at
She was born in Nashua, on Oct. 30, 1980, a daughter of Sharon A. (Blackmar)
Leete Chase of Hillsboro, and the late William J. Leete.
Miss Leete had been a resident of Peterborough for the past 2-1/2 years
and had formerly resided in Hillsboro for most of her life.
She graduated with honors from Hillsboro-Deering High School in 1999.
She graduated from Concord Regional Vocational Technical School as a certified
nursing assistant, and had been enrolled as a massage therapy student at
New England Institute of Whole Health in Manchester.
Miss Leete worked at Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center in Greenfield,
and had served as a volunteer firefighter and EMT for the Peterborough
In addition to her mother, family members include her stepfather, Brian
Chase of Hillsboro; a sister, Heather Rose Leete of Hillsboro; maternal
grandfather, Richard G. Blackmar of Merrimack; her fiancé, Michael
J. Roper of Peterborough; and many aunts and uncles, including Charles
Leete of Wilton, Jack and Stacy McCormack of Jacksonville, Fla., Terrence
and Linda McCormack of Concord, James and Winnell McCormack of Greenfield,
David and Chris McCormack of Mason, Gary Blackmar, Butch and Madilyn Gonio,
Edward and Joan Delage, all of Milford; and many cousins.
A Memorial Mass was celebrated April 7 in St. Patrick Church in Milford.
Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery, Milford, at a later date.
Donations in Miss Leete’s memory may be made to Peterborough Fire and
Rescue, 16 Summer St., Peterborough, NH 03458; or American Diabetes Association,
NH Affiliate, 249 Canal St., Manchester, NH 03101.
The Smith and Heald Funeral Home, Milford, was in charge of arrangements.
Norma Wright, 73, of Spaulding Street, Milford, died April 6, 2001,
at St. Joseph Hospital in Nashua.
She was born in Lincoln, Mass., on Jan. 21, 1928, a daughter of the
late William and Jenny MacDonald.
She had been a resident of Milford for the past 45 years.
Mrs. Wright was employed as a waitress at the Milford Diner for more
than 15 years. In addition, she had worked at Permattach Diamond Tool Corporation
and Norton Company, both in Milford.
Family members include her husband, Ernest Wright of Milford; a daughter,
Sandra L. Gassman of Milford; a son, Philip D. Wright of Milford; six grandchildren,
Shauna M. Wright and Amy L. Wright, both of Nashua; Sheryl M. Wright and
Tiffany A. Wright, both of Lowell, Mass.; and Brandy N. Terrio and David
P. Terrio, both of Center Ossipee.
There are no services.
The Smith and Heald Funeral Home, 63 Elm St., Milford, is in charge