Ada Abplanalp, 91
BRADENTON, Fla. -- Ada Louise W. Carleton Abplanalp, 91, died March
16, 1996, in Bradenton.
She moved to Bradenton in 1959 and formerly lived in Maine and in Claremont.
In Claremont, she and her husband, Forrest Carleton, for merly owned and
operated Ad vance Auto Sales, an Austin of England dealership, on Wash
ington Street. Earlier, she was a legal secretary in Maine. She was also
a former parishioner of Claremont First Baptist Church and an Ameri can
Red Cross Gray Lady at Claremont General Hospital. She was born in Greenville,
Maine, on Dec. 20, 1904, the daughter of Carroll and Minnie (Paddock) Watson.
She attended Greenville schools and graduated from Grey's Business College
She married her first hus band, Forrest D. Carleton in Portland and
they lived in East Auburn, Maine, before moving to Claremont. He died in
1963. Later, on Oct. 9, 1971, she married Preston Abplanalp. Survivors
include her hus band, Preston of Bradenton; one son, Carleton D. Carleton
of Claremont; one daughter, Joyce C. Dedrick of North Highlands, Calif.;
four grand sons; and one stepson, Robert A. Abplanalp of Miami Beach, Fla.
Mrs. Abplanalp's ashes will be dispersed over the Pacific Ocean.
Amy Henry, 88
NEWPORT -- Amy O. Henry, 88, formerly of Lebanon, N.H., died Friday
(June 21, 1996) at the Woodlawn Nurs ing Home in Newport. Mrs. Henry had
been a dish washer at the former Old Landers Restaurant in Leba non.
She was born in East Port, Maine on March 19, 1908, the daughter of
Freeman and An nie Mills. There are no known local survivors. There will
be no services. Burial will be in the Valley Cemetery in Lebanon. The Ricker
Funeral Home of Lebanon is in charge of the arrangements.
Elizabeth Raymond, 41
WEST UNITY -- Elizabeth "Anne" M. Raymond, 41, of Old Britton Road,
died Sunday morning (June 23, 1996) at Veterans Administration Medi cal
Center in White River Junc tion, Vt., after a long illness. She was a longtime
West Unity and Claremont area resi dent.
For a short time, she worked at Women's Supportive Ser vices in Claremont.
Mrs. Raymond formerly was a correspondent journalist for two years for
the Eagle Times in Claremont.
During the Vietnam War, she served in the Army and re ceived a Presidential
Award in Journalism. Mrs. Raymond was a mem ber of Claremont American Le
gion Post 29. She was born in Claremont on Jan. 27, 1955, the daughter
of William W. Jr. and Mildred M. (Forsaith) Mullen. She was a 1973 graduate
of Stevens High School in Clare mont and while in her junior year, graduated
from Barbizon Modeling School in Boston, Mass. Later, she received an associate
degree in medical re- cords from Claremont Voca- tional-Technical College
and a technical business degree from New Hampshire Technical Col lege in
On June 10, 1978, she mar ried Barry A. Raymond. Survivors include
her hus band, Barry of West Unity; one daughter, Vanessa M. Ray mond of
Claremont; her moth er and stepfather, Mildred and Roland Spear of Claremont;
one sister, Priscilla Acree of Fresno, Calif.; two brothers, Robert and
William Mullen III, both of Claremont; and several aunts, uncles, nieces,
nephews and cousins.
Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Stringer Fu neral Home,
146 Broad St., in Claremont. American Legion Post 29 members will conduct
services at 7 p.m. Funeral services will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday at Stringer
Funeral Home with the Rev. Scott Kearns of Claremont First Baptist Church
George Symonds, 46
WALPOLE -- George B. Symonds, 46, of North Main Street, died Friday
(June 21, 1996) at his home after a sud den illness.
For the past 11 years, he lived in Walpole. Mr. Symonds worked for
the town of Walpole. He was also a self-employed disc jockey in the Walpole,
Claremont, Bellows Falls, Springfield, Brattleboro, Vt., and Keene, N.H.,
areas. During the Vietnam War he served as a staff sergeant in the Army.
Mr. Symonds was an active member of Bridge-Wilson American Legion Post
77 in Walpole. He was also coach of the Legion Post 77 baseball team. He
was born in Virginia on April 18, 1950, the son of Rob ert A. and S. Elizabeth
(Ramsey) Symonds. He attended Keene schools and graduated in 1969 from
Keene High School. Survivors include two sisters, Kathleen E. Moore of
Keene and Linda M. Symonds of Troy, N.H.; two brothers, Robert A. Symonds
of West Swanzey, N.H., and David E. Symonds of Keene; and several aunts,
un cles, nieces, nephews and cousins.
Friends may call from 7 to 9 tonight at Foley Funeral Home, 49 Court
St., in Keene. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Walpole
Congregational Church. Burial will follow in Walpole Village Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to: American Legion Post 77 Baseball
Program, in care of George Gage, P.O. Box 146, Walpole, N.H. 03608.
Glenna Collins, 74
CHESTER -- Glenna M. Col- lins, 74, died Saturday (June 22, 1996) at
Springfield Hospi tal.
She moved to Chester in 1972 and formerly resided in Waterbury, Vt.,
Haverhill, N.H., and Lynn, Mass. Mrs. Collins was a nurse's aid at Springfield
Convalescent Center for several years. She also worked for the Green Thumb
Foundation in the area for many years. She was a former member of Waterbury
Grange No. 237 and St. Joseph's Church Choir in Woodsville, N.H. Mrs. Collins
was an active parishioner of St. Joseph's Par ish in Chester and a member
of the Altar Society. She also enjoyed knitting and reading.
She was born in Jericho, Vt., on Nov. 11, 1921, the daughter of Raleigh
and Ellen (Mackey) Robertson. She attended Waitsfield, Vt., schools. On
Nov. 18, 1939, she mar ried Herbert G. Collins Sr. He died in 1972. Survivors
include two sons, Herbert Collins Jr. of West Canaan, N.H., and Clifford
Col lins of Hinesburg, Vt.; two daughters, Mary Aremburg and Nancy Miles,
both of Ches ter; one sister, Iva Williams of Grand Isle, Vt.; 15 grand
children; 14 great-grand children; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.
Visiting hours will be held from 6 to 8 tonight at Adams Gendron Funeral
Home in Chester.
A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Tuesday at
St. Joseph Church in Chester with the Rev. Wil liam Giroux as celebrant.
Burial will follow in Pleas antview Cemetery in Chester.
Leonard Hakulin Jr., 46
WASHINGTON, N.H. Leonard Ludwick Hakulin Jr., 46, died Thursday (June
20, 1996) in an automobile acci dent in Hillsborough, N.H. For the past
three years, he lived in Washington and for merly resided in Hancock, Jaf
frey and Peterborough, N.H. Mr. Hakulin was an assis tant teacher for four
years at Crotched Mountain Rehabilita tion Center in Greenfield, N.H. He
also was a machinist for five years at New Hampshire Ball Bearing in Peterborough.
During the 1970s, he served in the Air Force.
He was born in Quincy, Mass., the son of Leonard L. Sr. and Marjorie
(Gould) Hakulin. He attended Quincy schools and graduated in 1968 from
Abington High School. Survivors include his wife, Anna Marie (Annelli)
Hakulin of Washington; one son, Scott L. Hakulin of Greenfield; his parents
of Englewood, Fla.; two sisters, Koren S. Erskine of Chester and Colleen
H. Selmer of Georges Mills; and nieces and nephews.
There are no calling hours. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m.
Tuesday at Woodbury & Son Funeral Home in Hill sborough, with the Rev.
Samuel Hale of Dublin, N.H., officiating. Burial will follow in Center
Memorial donations may be made to: Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation
Center, Horti culture Program, Greenfield, N.H. 03047.
Maxine Fletcher, 78
SAXTONS RIVER -- Maxine G. Fletcher, 78, of Maple Street, died Tuesday
(June 25, 1996) at the Maplewood Nurs ing Home in Westmoreland, N.H.
Mrs. Fletcher had worked at Vermont Academy in Saxtons River and the
Highlands in Rockingham, in the 1960's. She was born in Bellows Falls on
March 14, 1918, the daughter of Walter and Gertrude (Bullet) Tuttle. Mrs.
Fletcher attended sehoal in Grafton. On July 23, 1952, she mar ried Lyman
B. Fletcher in Sax tons River, he died in 1994. Survivors include one son,
James Boyd of Cambridgeport, Vt.; one daughter, Marilyn Si monds of Saxtons
River; two brothers, Phil Tuttle of Bellows Falls and Joe Tuttle of Charlestown;
one sister, Margaret (Peg) Sheenen of Springfield; nine grand children;
26 great-grand children; and nine great great grandchildren.
She was predeceased by two brothers, Dick Tuttle and Al bert Tuttle;
and one grandson. A graveside service will be held at 2 p.m., on Saturday
(July 6, 1996) at the Houghton ville Cemetery in Houghton ville, Vt.
Calling hours are from 7 to 9 p.m., on Friday (June 28, 1996) at the
Fenton & Hennessey Funeral Home at 55 West minster Street in Bellows
Marilyn 'Terry' Goff, 65
SPRINGFIELD -- Marilyn "Terry" Goff, 65, of Connecticut Road, died
Monday (June 24, 1996) at her home following a brief illness. She had been
a Springfield resident for the past 18 years and previously lived in the
Milford, Conn., and Stamford, Conn., areas.
Miss Goff had worked in Milford and Stamford area hos pitals for many
years. She was born in Milford on April 22, 1931, the daughter of Clifford
and Helen (Beaucage) Goff.
Miss Goff attended schools in Bridgeport, Conn., and gradu ated from
Harding High School of Bridgeport. She later re ceived a degree in nursing
from the Bullard-Havens Technical School in Bridgeport. Survivors include
one sister, Eleanor Warner of Milford; and several nieces, nephews, great
nieces and great-nephews. A funeral service will be held at 2 p.m., on
Saturday in the Davis Memorial Chapel, at 99 Summer Street in Springfield,
with the Rev. Richard Cederholm, pastor of the North Springfield Baptist
Church, of ficiating.
Burial will take place in Fair field Memorial Park of Stam ford, at
a later date. Visiting hours are for one hour prior to the service, at
the funeral home.
Evelyn Carpenter, 89
SPRINGFIELD -- Evelyn W. Carpenter, 89, formerly of LaFrance Apartments,
died Wednesday (June 26, 1996) at the Springfield Health & Re habilitation
Center, following a long illness.
Mrs. Carpenter had been a long-time Springfield resident, having resided
there for almost 60 years.
She had been a high school teacher in Lancaster, N.H., and Hanover,
Mrs. Carpenter was a former member of the Springfield Altrurian Club
and the Spring field Hospital Auxiliary. She was born in Hartland, Maine
on May 5, 1907, the daughter of Dr. Reuel and Iona (Willis) Webb.
Mrs. Carpenter graduated from Bates College in Lewis ton, Maine in
1927. On July 4,1937, she married Dr. Parker Carpenter in Lewiston. Survivors
include one brother, Reuel Webb of Con cord, N.H.; and several nieces,
nephews and cousins. A family graveside service will be held in the Summer
Street Cemetery in Lancaster, at a later date.
There are no visiting hours. Arrangements are being han dled by the
Davis Memorial Chapel of Springfield.
George Reynolds, 79
WALPOLE -- George Rollo Reynolds, 79, of Washington Square, died Tuesday,
(June 25, 1996) at the Cheshire Medi cal Center in Keene, N.H. He had been
a Walpole resident since 1974. Mr. Reynolds had been an educator, originally
teaching in Plattsburg (N.Y.) State Teach ers College from 1946 to 1950.
He was then principal at King sington School and from 1951 until 1955,
he was the princi pal of the Cumberland and Cuttermill Schools in Great
Neck, Long Island, N.Y. From 1955 until 1962, he was direc tor of elementary
instruction for the Great Neck Public Schools. Until his retirement in
1974, he was the director of curriculum for Scarsdale, N.Y. Mr. Reynolds
was a staff ser geant in the U.S. Army Air Force 768th Bomb Squadron, serving
in China, Burma, India and on the Tinian Island in the Pacific from 1942
to 1945. In Walpole he was involved in the Town Library and His torical
Mr. Reynolds was active in the Walpole Planning Board. He was born
in Montpelier, Vt., on Sept. 19, 1916, the son of Rollo G. and Alice (Mc
Mr. Reynolds attended Horace Mann School for Boys in New York City.
He was a 1938 graduate of Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H. and earned
his master's degree in 1940 from Columbia Univer sity Teachers College.
Survivors include his wife of 53 years, Elizabeth M. (Nichols) Reynolds
of Walpole; one son, Richard Reynolds of Chap- paqua, N.Y.; one daughter,
Nancy Davies of Ridgewood, N.J.; one sister, Mary Eliz abeth Arter of Lauderhill,
Fla.; four grandchildren; and sever al nieces and nephews. Private graveside
services will be held at Mountain View Cemetery in Cambridge, Vt. There
are no visiting hours. The Foley Funeral Home of Keene is in charge of
the ar rangements.
Memorial donations may be made to the charity of one's choice.
James Brennan, 79
CHARLESTOWN -- James E. Brennan, 79, of Bridge Street, died Tuesday
(June 25, 1996) at the St. Vincent Chari ty Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio,
after a brief illness.
He had resided in the North Walpole, Bellows Falls Charlestown area
all his life. Mr. Brennan had owned and operated Brennan Weldment Company
in North Walpole for thirty years, retiring in 1986. In his younger years
he was active in Boy Scouts. He was born in North Walpole on Nov. 10, 1916,
the son of Dennis and Elizabeth (McFadden) Brennan. On Oct. 27, 1967, he
married Arlene Sorento.
Survivors include his wife, Arlene Brennan of Charlestown; four daughters,
Jane E. Allison of Concord, N.H., Christine E. Baker of North Olmsted,
Ohio, Jane Ihndris of Caselberry, Fla., and Meave Brennan of Kathleen,
Ga.; four sons, Gerald Brennan of Concord, Michael Brennan of Kathleen,
Thomas Brennan of Arizona and Rory Brennan of Putney, Vt.; grandchildren;
great-grandchildren; his moth er, Elizabeth Brennan of Bellows Falls; one
brother, Michael Brennan of Bellows Falls; and nieces, nephews and He was
predeceased by one brother, Robert Brennan; and one sister, Mrs. Robert
Funeral services were held today at the Charlestown Me morial Chapel
on Main Street in Charlestown with the Rev. Shawn M. Therrien, pastor of
St. Catherine of Siena Church officiating.
Interment will follow in the Pine Crest Cemetery in Charlestown.
Memorial donations may be made to: American Heart As sociation, N.H.
Affiliate, 20 Merrimack St., Ste. 1, Manchester, N.H. 03101-2244.
Ralph McDermott, 67
SEARSBURG, Vt. -- Ralph Francis McDermott, 67, died Wednesday (June
26, 1996) at the Southwestern Vermont Medical Center in Bennington, Vt.,
following a brief illness. Mr. McDermott was a life long Searsburg resident.
He was employed by the Town of Searsburg as a truck driver for many years,
retiring in 1987.
Mr. McDermott served in the U.S. Army in both Germany and Korea. He
had been a Searsburg Selectman for 30 years, serving from May 1960 until
Mr. McDermott enjoyed hunting and fishing. He was born in Searsburg
on Aug. 20, 1928, the son of James W. and Ethel M. (Crawford) McDermott.
Mr. McDermott received his education in the one-room school house in
Searsburg. Survivors include one brother, Damon McDermott of Bellows Falls;
and one sister, Josephine Kilbridge of Searsburg.
He was predeceased by two brothers, William McDermott and Thomas McDermott;
and one sister, Inez May McDermott.
A Graveside service will be held at 10:30 a.m., on Saturday at the
Cutler Cemetery in Searsburg with the Rev. Rich ard McSherry officiating.
There will be no calling hours.
Memorial donations may be made to: Deerfield Valley Rescue Squad, in
care of, Covey & Allen Funeral Home, P.O. Box 215, Wilmington, Vt.
Joseph LeDuc, 79
HINSDALE, N.H. -- Joseph Arthur Francis LeDuc, 79, of South Street
Thicket Hill, died Wednesday (June 26, 1996) at his home.
He had been a Hinsdale resi dent for the past 10 years, previously
residing in Massa chusetts and for a short period in California.
Mr. LeDuc had been an Air craft Inspector for United Air lines for
two years in Calif. Mr. DeLuc was in the Air Force Reserve and worked in
the Civ il Service as an aircraft inspec tor at Manchester Airport and
Westover Air Force Base in Chicopee, Mass. He retired from the Air Force
Reserve in 1976.
During World War II, he served in the U.S. Army from 1940 to 1945.
Mr. LeDuc was a life-time member of the Veterans of For eign Wars Chapter
No. 8428. Mr. LeDuc was also a life time member of the Disabled American
Veterans Chapter No. 75, in Belchertown, Mass. He was born in Aug. 24,
1916, the son of Elie and Deline (Gendron) LeDuc. Mr. LeDuc attended school
in Uxbridge, Mass., and Worchester Mass.
Survivors include his wife, Virginia (Dent) LeDuc of Hinsdale, formerly
of Croydon; two sons, Robin Jon LeDuc of East Hampstead, N.H., and Andrew
Peter LeDuc of Belchertown, Mass.; two daughters, Jo Ann Ely of Belchertown
and Lauretta Jones of Hinsdale; 13 grand children; eight great-grand children;
and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral services will be held
at 2 p.m., on Sunday at the Newton-Bartlett Funeral Home at 42 Main Street
in Newport, with the Rev. David Snelling officiating. Burial will follow
in the fami ly plot in Croydon Flat Ceme tery.
There will be no visiting hours.
Memorial donations may be made to: Kingsbury Cancer Unit, in care of
Cheshire Medi cal Center, Keene, N.H. 03431.
Bernard "Bunny" Gould, 69
CLAREMONT -- Bernard "Bunny" E. Gould, 69, of Oakwood Park, died Friday
(June 28, 1995) at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H.
Mr. Gould was a Claremont native and life-long resident. He had worked
for Bryant Grinder of Springfield for over 26 years, retiring in 1989.
During World War II, he served in the U.S. Navy for two years in the Seabees
aboard U.S.S. Harry Taylor on Guam, as a machinist mate.
Mr. Gould was a member of the Loyal Order of Elks Lodge No. 879 of
Claremont. He was also a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Claremont.
Mr. Gould was a member of the Stevens Alumni Association. He was born in
Claremont on Feb. 8, 1927, the son of Bernard E. and Edna (Butler) Gould
Sr. He attended local schools and graduated from Stevens High School, class
In 1958, he married Patricia Miles Pullen.
Survivors include his wife, Patricia Gould of Claremont; one son, James
B. Gould of Springfield; one daughter, Deborah McCarthy of Hilton Head
Island, S.C.; one stepson, Michael C. Pullen of Enfield, N.H.; two grandchildren;
one great-granddaughter; one brother, Robert L. Gould of Claremont; one
sister, Eleanor Guilbault of Claremont; and nieces, nephews and cousins.
Private graveside services will be held in Mt. View Cemetery with the Rev.
David McIlhiney, rector of Trinity Episcopal Church, officiating. There
will be no visiting hours.
The Roy Funeral Home of Sullivan Street in Claremont is in charge of
Elwin Hill, 78
WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, Vt. -- Elwin Palmer "Stub" Hill, 78, died Thursday
(June 27, 1996) in a private home in Sharon, Vt.
Mr. Hill had lived in Grant ham for many years. He had worked as a
carpenter for Home Improve ments in Lebanon, N.H., for 25 years, retiring
in 1978. During World War II, he served in the U.S. Navy. He was a member
of the World Wildlife Federation. Mr. Hill loved the outdoors and hunted
and fished. He was born in Post Mills, Vt., on May 9, 1918, the son of
Nathan and Hazel (Palmer) Hill.
Mr. Hill attended schools in Lyme, N.H., and Lebanon. While in the
service he took courses in electrical engineer ing at Purdue University.
Survivors include two daugh ters, Janice Hill Luce of White River Junction
and Brenda Hill Rodewell of Sharon; one son, Gary Hill of Orford, N.H.;
10 grandchildren; one great grandson; one adopted brother, Phillip Guyer
of Rochester, N.Y.; and one adopted sister, Marvel Thurston of Lebanon.
He was predeceased by his wife, Mabel (Hosmer) Hill in 1976; and one son,
Elwin Palmer Hill II, in 1982. Graveside services were con ducted Saturday
at the Hanover Center Cemetery in Hanover Center, N.H. Memorial donations
may be made to: Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife, 103 South Main
St., Waterbury, Vt. 05676.
The Knight Funeral Home in White River Junction is in charge of arrangements.
Francis Hamel, 62
STANLEY, Va. -- Francis Henry Hamel, 62, of Saginaw Lane, died Sunday
(June 23, 1996) at his residence. Mr. Hamel was retired from the U.S. Marine
Corps having served in the Korean Conflict and the Vietnam War. He was
born in Rutland, Vt., on March 13, 1934, the son of Euclid Peter and Bernadette
(Dubois) Hamel. Mr. Hamel was a graduate of Cathedral Latin High School
in Raleigh, N.C.
Survivors include his wife, Vicki (Otto) Hamel of Stanley; four sons,
Daniel F. Hamel, Marvin J. Hamel and Michael Hamel, all of Milton, Fla.,
and Bryan L. Hamel of Sparta, Wis.; his mother, Bernadette Hamel of Claremont;
two brothers, Hubert J. Hamel of Buxton, Maine and Steve M. Hamel of Ashville,
N.C.; two sisters, Theresa G. Ramsey of Powder Springs, Ga., and Elaine
"Toni" H. Franklin of Richmond, Mo.; eight grand children; and nieces,
nephews and cousins.
He was predeceased by one daughter, Theresa Gail Hamel; and one sister,
Funeral services were held on June 26, 1996, at Our Lady of the Valley
Catholic Church. Interment was in Beahrn's Chapel Cemetery in Luray, Va.
Memorial contributions may be made to: First Choice Home Hospice, 1436
South Street, Harrisburg, Va. 22801.
Hilda Aldrich, 76
WILMOT FLAT, N.H. -- Hilda L. (Grouse) Aldrich, 76, of Village Road,
died Friday (June 28, 1996) at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in
Lebanon, N.H. Mrs. Aldrich had been a Wilmot Flat native and lifelong resident
except from 1943 to 1952, when she was in Marlborough, Mass. She was employed
by Conrad's Rest Home as a cook and assisted as a nurse's aid while in
In Wilmot Flat, she had been a nurse's aid at New London Manor. At
Whipple House she cooked and stayed periodically overnight doing different
chores. She cared for many elderly people and helped many families in diferent
Mrs. Aldrich was the 1987 recepient of the Wilmot Grange No. 309, Citizen
of the Year Award.
She assisted the Wilmot Community Center by cooking for many tour buses
traveling through town that stopped at Freedom Acres.
Mrs. Aldrich also cooked for the many Wilmot Volunteer Fire Department
dinners. Mrs. Aldrich died on her 59th wedding anniversary. She was born
in Wilmot Flat on Oct. 21, 1919, the daughter of Austin and Linda (Smith)
Survivors include her husband, Roy F. Aldrich of Wilmot Flat; one son,
Nelson H. Aldrich of Newport; one nephew, considered a son, David Miller
of East Andover, N.H.; one grandson; two sisters, Dorothy Evans of Wilmot
and Iris Miller of Danbury, N.H.; also nieces and nephews. There will be
no public services.
Memorial donations may be made to: Wilmot Community Association, P.O.
Box 69, Wilmot Flat, N.H. 03287; or to: Wilmot Public Library, P.O. Box
52, Wilmot Flat, N.H. 03287; or to: Wilmot Volunteer Fire Department, P.O.
Box 33, Wilmot Flat, N.H. 03287; or to: Wilmot Fast Squad, P.O. Box 59,
Wilmot Flat, N.H. 03287; or to the charity of ones choice, in lieu of flowers.
The Chadwick Funeral Service of New London is in charge of the arrangements.
James McNamara, 68
CLAREMONT -- James C. McNamara, 68, died Friday (June 28, 1996) at
Valley Re gional Hospital in Claremont after a sudden illness.
He was a Claremont native and lifelong resident.
Mr. McNamara worked for Joy Manufacturing Co. and Sullivan Machine
for 33 years before his retiement in 1984. He and his wife owned and operated
a food catering service and a grinder and sandwich business delivering
to retail es tablishments in Vermont and New Hampshire. During the Korean
Conflict, he served in the U.S. Army with the rank of sergeant first class.
Mr. McNamara was a mem ber of the Claremont Moose Lodge No. 1201. He
was born in Claremont on May 25, 1928, the son of James C. and Regina (Bonneau)
McNamara Sr. He was educated in local schools.
Survivors include his wife, Annie M. (Dubois) McNamara of Claremont;
one step- daughter, Leann Cordell Oullette of Salem, N.H.; one sister,
Mary L. Butler of Hen niker, N.H.; and several aunts, uncles, nieces and
nephews. He was predeceased by one brother, William MaNamara in 1967.
A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Monday in
St. Joseph Church with the Rev. Stanley Piwowar, pastor, officiating. Interment
will be in Union Cemetery in Claremont. Visiting hours are from 2 to 4
and 7 to 9 Sunday in Roy Funeral Home at 93 Sullivan St. in Claremont.
A Christian wake service will be conducted at 3 p.m. by the Rev. Piwowar.
A Lodge of Sorrow service will be held at 7 p.m. by the mem bers of the
Marceline Magnus, 67
WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, Vt. -- Marceline K. Magnus, 67, died Friday (June
28, 1996) at Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital.
She was born in Littleton, N.H., on Jan. 2, 1929, the daughter of John
and Lillian (Guilmette) Day.
Survivors include her hus band, Michael J. Magnus; two sons, Marshall
Quimby of Windsor and Paul Quimby of Enfield, N.H.; two daughters, Robin
Spaulding and Eleanor Hughes, both of White River Junction; three brothers,
John Day of Littleton, Richard Day and Robert Day, both of Colo rado; and
several grand children and great-grand children.
Graveside services will be held at 4 p.m. Monday in the Hartford Cemetery
in White River Junction. The Knight Funeral Home of White River Junction
is in charge of the arrangements.