Harry E. Frye
NEWPORT -- Harry E. Frye, 76, of Unity Road, died Thurs day (July 18,
1996) at Valley Regional Hospital in Claremont. For the past 43 years he
lived in Newport and was a former Lempster resident. Mr. Frye was a filler
mill operator for 29 years at Dorr Woolen Mill in Guild before retiring.
During World War II he served in the U.S. Army. Mr. Frye was a member of
Silver Mountain Grange and the Odd Fellows in the Newport area. He was
born in Lempster, the son of Harry and Ruth (Barton) Frye. He attended
Lempster schools. Survivors include his wife, Clarice "Babe" Frye of Newport;
one son, Terry R. Frye of Dover, N.H.; one daughter, Cynthia Frye-Macomber
of Portland, Maine; three sisters, Hazel Dickie and Maydeane Sawyer, both
of Claremont, and Norma Cunningham of West Palm Beach, Fla.; five grandchildren;
and several nieces, nephews and cousins. He was predeceased by three sisters,
Alma Prouty, Marion Kremmel and Lucille Wirkkala.
CLAREMONT -- Ned "Nedley" Austin, formerly of Claremont and Acworth,
died suddenly June 29, 1996, in Florida. While in New Hampshire, he worked
at Merriam-Graves Co., the American L'egion and in Springfield. Survivors
include three children in California; three nephews, one niece, and his
sister, Mrs. Marshall (Jodie A.) Wailer, all of Peaks Island, Maine. Private
memorial services were held in New York state by the immediate family.
Norman Desmarais, 55
CLAREMONT -- Norman W. Desmarais, 55, of 14 Park Ave., died Monday
(July 22, 1996) at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in White
River Junction, Vt., following a brief illness. He came to Claremont in
May 1996 and formerly resided in North Carolina for 30 years. Mr. Desmarais
was a former chef for 30 years at a North Carolina Holiday Inn, retiring
in 1992. He was a member of Claremont Elks Lodge No. 879. Mr. Desmarais
was a veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard. He was born in Rochester, N.H.,
on Feb. 9, 1941, the son of Walter and Jeanette (Beaulieu) Desmarais. Survivors
include his wife, Eva (Rhoades) Desmarais of Claremont; three daughters,
Nicole Cartier and Noelle Cartier, both of Plant City, Fla., and Michelle
Kovacs of Lakeland, Fla.; two uncles and one cousin.
Margaret Weber, 84
CROYDON -- Margaret L. Weber, 84, of Croydon Turn- pike Road, died
Friday (July 19, 1996) at the (Rough Ex- tended Care Unit in New Lon- don,
N.H. She had resided in Croydon for the past 49 years and previously had
resided in Wantaugh, N.Y. She had worked for the New Hampshire House of
Repre- sentatives during the 1950s. Mrs. Weber was a member of the Business
and Professional Women's Club of Newport, the Order of Women Legislators,
and the Sullivan County Re- publican Club. She was born in New York on
Jan. 14, 1912, the daughter of Henry and Idabell (Robinson) Bourke. Survivors
include: a daugh- ter, Margaret Carman of Syosett, N.Y.; two sons, John
Weber of Croydon and Philip Weber of Buffalo, N.Y.; a brother, Henry Bourke
of Brooklyn, N.Y.; two sisters, Katherine Picataggio of East Meadow, N.Y.,
and Irene Allen of Richmond, Va.; five grand- children; two great-grand-
children; and cousins, nieces and nephews.
Jerry Tufts, 55
NORTH SPRINGFIELD -- Jerry E. Tufts, 55, of Main Street, died Thursday
evening (July 18, 1996) at Springfield Hospital after a brief illness.
He made his home in North Springfield for most of his life. For the past
four years he was employed as a mechanic at Kelley Sales & Service
in Springfield. He owned and operated 5 "T's" Trucking Co. for many years
and later worked as an auto mechanic for RSD Leasing Co. in Springfield
and Bearpaw Lumber in Chester. Mr. Tufts joined the U.S. Army Reserves
in Chester and later served in the U.S. Army for 10 years during the Vietnam
War. He was born April 7, 1941, in North Springfield, the son of Leslie
and Ruth (Foster) Tufts. He was educated in Springfield schools. He married
Valerie Parker on Dec. 28, 1960. Survivors include his wife Valerie of
North Springfield; his father of Springfield; two sons, Christopher A.
Tufts and Robin R. Tufts, both of North Springfield; a daughter, Cynthia
R. Tufts of North Springfield; a brother, Milton R. Tufts of North Springfield;
two grandchildren; and several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.
Mary Largess, 68
BELLOWS FALLS -- Mary C. Largess, 68, of Old Terrace, died Wednesday
(July 24, 1996) at Springfield Health and Rehabilitation Center. She was
a longtime Bellows Falls resident. Miss Largess was ' former manager of
Depot Restaurant in Bellows Falls for many years. She had also worked at
American Optical and Fulflex, both in Brattleboro, Vt. She was born in
Bellows Falls on Oct. 4, 1927, the daughter of Louis and Rachel (McFadden)
Largess. Miss Largess attended St. Charles School and Bellows Falls High
School. Survivors include one sister, Madeline Dolloph of Bellows Falls;
and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by a brother, Louis
H. Largess; and two sisters, Evelyn Shaffer and Frances Gilbert.
Francis LaFlam, 51
PLAINFIELD -- Francis E. LaFlam, 51, died at his home Friday afternoon
(July 19, 1996) after a long illness. He had been a resident of Meriden
most of his life. For 15 years he had been employed as an auto-body repairman
at Gateway Motors in White River Junction, Vt. For many years he restorated
antique Model A automobiles until his illness prevented him from continuing
work in 1979. He attended Plainfield and Lebanon, N.H., schools. Mr. LaFlam
was born May 14, 1945, in Etna, N.H., the son of Leonard L. and Doris M.
(Taylor) LaFlam. He married Cynthia M. Wyatt on Dec. 20, 1974, in Plainfield.
He was a member of the Meriden Volunteer Fire Department. Mr. LaFlam was
a longtime member of the Meriden Congregational Church. His strong faith
enabled him to deal with his own many disabilities while helping other
ill and disabled people by communicating through his frequent phone conversations
and taped messages of goodwill, stories and humor. Recently, he had participated
in a local CROPWALK with his family and friends, raising more than $1,700
by himself. He had a great love of the outdoors and enjoyed hunting and
fishing in Wilder's trout pond. He enjoyed antique auto shows, sugaring,
square dancing, rollerskating and raising Herefords, and Molly, his black
labrador retriever and daily companion. Survivors include his wife Cynthia
of Plainfield; a son, Mark Edward LaFlam of Charlestown; a sister, Annamay
Chapman of Meriden; three brothers, Leonard L. LaFlam II of Etna, Robert
J. LaFlam Sr. of Meriden and Arthur L. LaFlam of Newmarket, Va.; one grand-
daughter; several nieces, nephews and cousins; and Lisa, his longtime caregiver
Herbert King, 88
ENFIELD CENTER, N.H. -- Herbert Britton King, 88, died Monday (July
22, 1996) at Woodlawn Nursing Home in Newport. He was a lifelong Upper
Valley area resident. Mr. King formerly worked at Enfield Box Co., and
Baltic Mills in Enfield. Following his retirement he drove school buses
for the Lebanon (N.H.) School District. Mr. King will be remembered for
selling vegetables on the roadside in Enfield Center with his white poodle
dog, Scampy. He enjoyed fishing, gardening, camping and playing cards.
He was born in Waterford, Conn., on June 7, 1908, the son of Dana and Addie
(Britton) King. His wife, Sylvia M. King, died in 1988. Survivors include
three sons, Harry King of Newport, Glenn King of Enfield Center and Richard
H. King of Enfield; two daughters, Yvonne Pollard and Marie Bean, both
of Enfield; one niece; one cousin; and many grandchildren and greatgrandchildren.
He was also predeceased by an infant daughter, Alice; and one sister, Gladys
Goldenbaum, in 1957. ENFIELD CENTER, N.H. -- Herbert Britton King, 88,
died Monday (July 22, 1996) at Woodlawn Nursing Home in Newport. He was
a lifelong Upper Valley area resident. Mr. King formerly worked at Enfield
Box Co., and Baltic Mills in Enfield. Following his retirement he drove
school buses for the Lebanon (N.H.) School District. Mr. King will be remembered
for selling vegetables on the roadside in Enfield Center with his white
poodle dog, Scampy. He enjoyed fishing, gardening, camping and playing
cards. He was born in Waterford, Conn., on June 7, 1908, the son of Dana
and Addie (Britton) King. His wife, Sylvia M. King, died in 1988. Survivors
include three sons, Harry King of Newport, Glenn King of Enfield Center
and Richard H. King of Enfield; two daughters, Yvonne Pollard and Marie
Bean, both of Enfield; one niece; one cousin; and many grandchildren and
greatgrandchildren. He was also predeceased by an infant daughter, Alice;
and one sister, Gladys Goldenbaum, in 1957.
Louis Fluette, 67
CLAREMONT -- Louis Phil- ip Fluette, 67, of 16 Unon St., died Monday
(July 22, 1996) at Integrated Health Services of New Hampshire in Claremont,
following a long illness. He was a lifelong Claremont resident. For many
years, Mr. Fluette was manager of the family business of Fluette Oil Co.
He was a parishioner of St. Mary Parish in Claremont and a member of the
Knights of Columbus Council No. 1820 and St. John the Baptist Society.
Mr. Fluette was also a member of the Canados-American Fraternal Society.
He was born in Claremont on Nov. 8, 1928, the son of Wilfred and Aloiska
(Vincent) Fluette. Survivors include one brother, Edmund Fluette of Bethlehem,
N.H.; and several nieces and nephews.
Napoleon Stankiewicz, 85
KEENE, N.H. -- Napoleon J. Stankiewicz, 85, formerly of 8 Stonehouse
Lane, died Saturday evening (July 21, 1996) at Cheshire Medical Center
in Keene. He moved to Keene in 1936 and formerly lived in Springfield.
For 42 years, Mr. Stankiewicz worked at Kingsbury Corp. in Keene, where
he was service manager and then chief inspector for more than 25 years
before retiring. He was a former member of the American Tool Engineers
Association. Mr. Stankiewicz was a communicant of St. Margaret Mary Church
in Keene. He was a life member of Keene Council No. 819 Knights of Columbus
and the John P. Kennedy FourthDegree Assembly. In the 1930s, he served
in the Citizens Conservation Corps in Vermont. Mr. Stankiewicz was one
of the first crew members assigned to Camp Peru, where he led the camp's
championship basketball team. He was born in Springfield on July 17, 1911,
the son of Edward and Emelie (Jaciewicz) Stankiewicz. He graduated from
Springfield High School and played on the state championship football and
basketball teams. His wife, Annette Stankiewicz, died in 1994. Survivors
include one daughter, Mary A. Stankiewicz of Sarasota, Fla.; two brothers,
John Stankiewicz of Colchester, Vt., and Charles Stankevich of Burlington,
Vt.; two sisters, Valantina Kolasky of Springfield and Ida Goutas of Bellows
Falls; two granddaughters; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. A Mass
of Christian burial was celebrated at 10 a.m. today at St. Margaret Mary
Church in Keene.
Charleene Burke, 65
SUNAPEE -- Charleene F. Burke, 65, died Saturday (July 20, 1996) at
Dartmouth- Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H., following a brief
illness. She lived in Sunapeh following retirement and formerly resided
in Newport for many years. Miss Burke was a former elementary teacher for
20 years in the Newport School District. She was born in Wilton, N.H.,
on May 14, 1931, the daughter of John F. and Nina (Thompson) Burke. Miss
Burke attended Wilton elementary schools and Nashua (N.H.) High School.
She graduated from Keene (N.H.) State College with an education degree.
Survivors include her longtime friend, Scarlett Dube of Lyme, N.H.; and
two nieces, Jill Pastine of Burgettstown, Pa., and Jennifer Thomas of Florence
Joseph Helie, 84
ZEPHYRHILLS, Pa. -- Joseph T. Helie, 84, of 5055 Peninsula St., at
Sunnyside Mobile Home Park, died March 9, 1996 at his home after a sudden
illness. He came to Claremont from Canada as a young' man and lived in
Claremont for many years. He and his wife spent their summers in Wells,
Maine, for 20 years, and their winters in Florida. Since 1980, he resided
in Zephyrhills. Mr. Helie formerly worked at Fellows Gear Shaper Co. in
Springfield until retiring. Previously, he owned and operated Helie's Market
Basket, at the corner of North and Chellis Streets in Claremont, for many
years. In his early years, he worked for local First National Stores. Mr.
Helie was a former Democratic Claremont City Council member and represented
Ward 3. He was born in St. Wenceslas, Quebec, Canada, on March 2, 1912,
the son of Joseph E. and Adelina (Trepanier) Helie. Mr. Helie graduated
in 1930 from St. Mary High School in Claremont and later attended the University
of New Hampshire in Durham. On May 22, 1935, he married Laura Rossi. Survivors
include his wife of 60 years, Laura of Zephyrhills; two sons, Joseph S.
Helie of Claremont and Jon D. Helie of Charlestown; one daughter, Suellen
Helie of Gloucester, Mass.; four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
He was predeceased by a son, James Helie in 1962; three brothers, Oscar,
Alfred and Rudolphe Heie; and five sisters, Alice, Germaine, Bernadette,
Corinne and Rita; and five other siblings in their infancy.
Philip Warren Jr., 80
SPRINGFIELD -- Philip H. Warren Jr., 80, of 45 Mark St., died Sunday
morning (July 21, 1996) at Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center in Windsor
following a lengthy illness. For the past 31 year's he lived in Springfield
and formerly resided in Massachusetts. Mr. Warren worked at Fellows Gear
Shaper Co. in Springfield for 15 years and retired in 1981. He served on
the Springfield Hospital board of directors for many years and was past
president of the Springfield Visiting Nurse Association. Mr. Warren was
a longtime member of St. John F&A Masonic Lodge No. 14 in Springfield
and the Scottish Rite. Also, he was a member and past master of the Quinsigamond
Lodge in Worcester, Mass. Mr. Warren was a longtime parishioner and an
usher at the Springfield First Congregational Church. During World War
II, Mr. Warren served in the U.S. Army Air Corps and retired as a lieutenant
colonel. He received the Distinguished Flying Cross Award for meritorious
service. He was born in Boston, Mass., on April 9, 1916, the son of Philip
and Louie (Purington) Warren Sr. Mr. Warren attended Worcester schools
and graduated from Deerfield (Mass.) Academy. In 1938, he graduated from
Williams College in Williamstown, Mass. On Sept. 24, 1951, he married Jane
Foster in Worcester. Survivors include his wife of 31 years, Jane, of Springfield;
one son, Philip H. Warren III of Medfield, Mass.; one daughter, Linda H.
Jennings of Coquille, Ore.; two granddaughters and several cousins.
Grace Damore, 76
CHARLESTOWN -- Grace B. Damore, 76, died Monday (July 22, 1996) at
Springfield Health and Rehabilitation Center after a long illness. Before
moving back to her hometown of Charlestown 10 years ago, she lived ip Jupiter,
Fla., for 10 years. Mrs. Damore also lived in Chester for 40 years. Mrs.
Damore owned and operated a children's clothing store at her home. She
formerly worked at Al Cross's Store and at First Vermont Bank & Trust
Co., in Chester for many years. Mrs. Damore was a longtime member of Mitzpah
Chapter 40 Order of Eastern Star in Chester. She was a parishioner of St.
Luke's Episcopal Church in Chester. She was born in Charlestown on Dec.
16, 1919, the daughter of John and Lucinda (Hancock) Battice. On Sept.
9, 1939, she married Albert Damore, in Lebanon, N.H. He was former Chester
Fire Chief. He died in 1983. Survivors include two daughters, Eleanor Austin
of Hollis, N.H., and Rita Mason of Charlestown; four grandchildren; three
great-grand- children; and several nieces and nephews. She was also predeceased
by a brother, John Battice, and a sister, Dorothy Farnsworth. in
Mavis Stevens, 72
SPRINGFIELD -- Mavis A. Stevens, 72, of River Street, died Monday morning
(July 22, 1996) at her home following a lengthy illness. For the past three
years, she lived in Springfield and formerly lived in Beaver, Okla., Beaumont,
Calif., and in Proctorsville for many years. She was born in Grantham on
May 14, 1924, the daughter of Carl and Alice (True) Russell. She attended
schools in Proctorsville. Her two husbands, Allen Cook and Claude Stevens,
both predeceased her. Survivors include three daughters, Carol J. Jarvis
of Weathersfield Center, Rita Adams of Saco, Maine, and Nancy Clark of
Keene, N.H.; three sisters, Ezilda Auerton of Andover, N.H., and Lorraine
Marinelli and Patricia Prouty, both of Springfield; 13 grandchildren; and
many greatgrandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins.
Rosamond 'Betty' Edson, 76
WINDSOR -- Rosamond H. "Betty" Edson, 76, died Friday (July 26, 1996)
at the Oakwood Nursing Home in Eustis, Fla., after a long illness. Mrs.
Edson was a Claremont native and resident in her youth. She later moved
to Windsor, and in 1982 retired to Florida
She was employed for several years in the 1960s at Claremont General
Hospital. Mrs. Edson was a member of the St. Francis of Assisi Church of
Mrs. Edson was active in the Cub Scout program as a den mother during
her sons' youth. She was born in Claremont on Aug. 31, 1919, the daughter
of Adam and Helene (Pulziato) Novak.
Mrs. Edson was a 1937 graduate of Stevens High School. On Oct. 25, 1941,
she married Roger F. Edson in Claremont. He died in January 1995. Survivors
include two sons, Bruce A. Edson of Apalachin, N.Y., and James R. Edson
of Windsor; one brother, Michael Novak of Richmond, Va.; four grandchildren;
three greatgrandchildren; and nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased by a brother, Benny Novak, in 1984. A Mass of Christian
burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the St. Francis of Assisi
Church in Windsor, with the Rev. Robert J. Cambell, pastor, as celebrant.
Burial will follow in the Ascutney Cemetery in Windsor. Calling hours are
from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Knight Funeral Home at 65 Ascutney St.
in Windsor, with a scriptural service recited at 8 p.m. In lieu of flowers,
memorial donations mey be made to: The Green Mountain Chapter of the Alzeimer's
Association, P.O. Box 1139, Montpelier, Vt. 05601-1139.
Mary Davis, 86
FLORENCE, Vt. -- Mary A. Davis, 86, died Thursday (July 25, 1996) at
Eden Park Nursing Home in Rutland, Vt. Mrs. Davis was a licensed practical
nurse employed at the Vermont Sanitorium in Pittsford, Vt., Brandon (Vt.)
Training School and other area health care facilities.
She was born in Rutland Town, Vt., on May 15, 1910, the daughter of
William and Belle (Russell) Crowe. Mrs. Davis attended Rutland schools.
Survivors include five sons, Maurice Davis of Haydenville, Mass., Charles
Davis of Pittsford, Richard Davis of Springfield, Ronald Davis and Ramon
Davis, both of Florence; four daughters, Eileen Baker of Florence, Mass.,
Barbara Pomainville of Pittsford, Diane Cram of Belchertown, Mass., and
Joan Webster of Florence; 47 grandchildren; 59 greatgrandchildren; three
greatgreat-grandchildren; and nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased by her husband, Maurice Davis in 1964; one sister,
Pauline Crowe; and one grandson, Ramon Davis Jr. Funeral services were
held Saturday at the Barnard Funeral Home in Pittsford. Burial followed
in the Horton Cemetery in Chittenden, Vt. Memorial donations may be made
to: Eden Park Nursing Home Activities Fund, Allen Street, Rutland, Vt.
Paul DeLio, 49
SOUTH ROYALTON, Vt. -- Paul J. DeLio, 49, died Thursday (July 25, 1996)
at the home of his sister and her husband, Donna and Chris Thomas, where
he resided, after a long illness.
He had resided for the past two years in South Royalton. He had previously
resided in several states.
Mr. DeLio locally ran DeLio Greenery in Weathersfield and had previously
held many different sales positions in other states. He had served in the
U.S. Air Force. Mr. DeLio was a member of the Pigeon Club in Florida, and
enjoyed fishing and deer hunting. He was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., on March
25, 1947, the son of Joseph F. and Mildred (Hitchcock) DeLio.
Survivors include one son, Carl Paul DeLio of Castleberry, Fla.; two
brothers, August DeLio of Amityville, N.Y., and Mark DeLio of Springfield;
four sisters, Adena Darling and Joanna Estey, both of Springfield, Donna
Thomas of South Royalton and Lisa Aiken of Loveland, Colo.; also several
nieces, nephews and cousins. A memorial service will be held at 5 p.m.
today in the home of Donna and Chris Thomas on Route 14 in South Royalton.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to: Cancer Research,
in care of, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, N.H. 03766. The
Boardway & Cilley Funeral Home on Main Street in Chelsea is in charge
of the arrangements.
Stanley Unwin, 63
BRATTLEBORO, Vt. -- Stanley Milton Unwin, 63, of West River Road, died
Friday (July 26, 1996) at his home after a long illness.
He was employed for several years in the auto body department of Raymond
S. Roberts in Brattleboro. From 1969 to 1979, he owned and operated West
River Body Shop in West Dmnmerston, Vt. He later worked for Appropriate
Technology and Stow Mills, in their maintenance departments. Most recently
he had worked for Road End Farm in Chesterfield, N.H., until taken ill.
Mr. Unwin was a veteran of the Korean conflict and served aboard the USS
H.F. Bauer and the USS Gainard in the U.S. Navy. From 1958 to 1964 he served
in the U.S. Air Force Reserve and was active in the Vermont National Guard
from 1974 to 1988.
He was a member of the First United Methodist Church where he served
as a youth leader, head usher and trustee. He enjoyed church group activities.
Mr. Unwin also enjoyed bowling and time with his family. He was born in
Rockingham on Sept. 22, 1932, the son of Simon Miltonmore and Lucy Etta
Mr. Unwin attended schools in Grafton and Townsend, Vt. He later attended
Nathaniel Hawthorne College, the Keene, N.H., campus. On Nov. 7, 1953,
he married Claire Bennett.
Survivors include his wife, Claire Unwin of Brattleboro; one son, Michael
Unwin of White River Junction, Vt.; two daughters, Michele Lucy of Hinsdale,
N.H., and Melinda Unwin of Brattleboro; two brothers, Carl Unwin of Brattleboro
and Donald Unwin of Rockland, Mass.; nine sisters, Shirley Eddy of Brattleboro,
Helen Cross of Vernon, Vt., Anna Rogers of Dummerston, Vt., Katherine Wright
of Grafton, Vt., Charlotte Jones of Unkersville, Conn., Constance Gomes
of Thompsonville, Conn., Eleanor Lyons of Camden, Maine, Phyllis Burnett
of Keystone Heights, Fla., and Etta "Bunny" Bombard of Webster, Mass.;
six grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by one
sister, Eva Waite, in February 1995.
Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. today at the First United Methodist
Church on Putney Road in Brattleboro with the Rev. David Martin, pastor,
officiating. Burial with full military honors will be held at 2:15 p.m.
Tuesday in the Vermont Veterans Cemetery in Randolph Center, Vt.
Memorial contributions may be made to: Walk to Emmaus, in care of First
United Method- ist Church, 82 Western Ave., Brattleboro, Vt. 05301. The
Atamaniuk Funeral Home at 11 Terrace St. in Brattleboro is in charge of
Anna Woodcock, 84
CHESTER -- Anna Jane Woodcock, 84, died Saturday (July 27, 1996) at
Springfield Health and Rehabilitation Center in Springfield. Mrs. Woodcock
had been a longtime Weston resident before residing in Chester. She had
owned and operated Green Valley Farm in Weston for many years.
Mrs. Woodcock enjoyed flowers, gardening and quilting. She was born
in Weston on Feb. 6, 1912, the daughter of Robert and Mae (Moore) Drury.
On Jan. 22, 1934, she married Casper Woodcock in Weston. Survivors include
her husband, Casper Woodcock of Chester; one son, Casper Woodcock Jr.,
of Forest Dale, Vt.; three daughters, Rita J. Abbey of Claremont, Shirley
Farrar of Chester and Alita Parody of South Deerfield, Mass.; one half-brother,
Wiliam Drury of Chelmsford, Mass.; seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren;
and several nieces, nephews and cousins.
The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. on Tuesday at the AdamsGendron Funeral
Home in Chester, with the Rev. Jane Buswell officiating. Burial will follow
in Pleasant View Cemetery in Chester. Visiting hours are from 6 to 8 p.m.
Monday at the funeral home.
Memorial contributions may be made to: American Heart Association, Vermont
Affiliate, 12 Hurricane Lane, Williston, Vt. 05495; or to: Visiting Nurses
Association, in care of Ellsworth Clinic, Chester, Vt. 05143.