Miscellaneous Hillsborough County, New Hampshire Obituaries


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Raymond A. Lampi
Raymond A. Lampi of Lake Worth, Fla., formerly of New Ipswich, died Sunday, June 20, 1999.
He was predeceased by his wife, Gertrude (Bergeron) Lampi, who died in 1980.
He is survived by his three sons and their families, David and Tammy Lampi and Donald and Tammy Lampi, all of Lake Worth, Fla., and Ronald and Diane Lampi of West Palm Beach, Fla.; two grandchildren, Zachary and Lauren; and many family members and friends.
Services will be held today (Wednesday, June 23), at Babione Stephenson Funeral Home in Lantana, Fla.
Melinda G. Aldrich  
Melinda G. Aldrich, 16, of Old Brookline Road, Milford, died June 15, 1999, at Southern New Hampshire Regional Medical Center, Nashua, from injuries sustained in an automobile accident.
She was born in Nashua on Oct. 27, 1982, a daughter of Roger C. Aldrich of Milford, and the late Catherine (King) Aldrich.
Miss Aldrich had been a lifelong resident of Milford, and was a sophomore at Milford High School.
She had been employed by PETCO in Manchester for several months, and had formerly worked at Kentucky Fried Chicken, Milford.
She was a former member of the Milford Swim Team, Milford High School soccer team, basketball team and the track team.
In addition to her father, family members include a sister and brother-inlaw, Kimberly W. Aldrich Robbins and Josiath T. Robbins of Marlow; her maternal grandmother, Genevieve King of Goffstown; a nephew, Jesse Robbins of Marlow; a loving aunt, Ann Knightly of Milford; and several aunts, uncles and cousins.
A graveside service was held June 17 in Edgewood Cemetery, Nashua. 
Memorial donations may be made to Melinda Aldrich Memorial Fund, c/o Granite Bank, 28 Jones Road, Milford, NH 03055.
The Smith and Heald Funeral Home, Milford, was in charge of arrangements.
Ainslee G. Goodridge  
Ainslee G. (Downing) Goodridge, 87, of Badger Farm Road, Wilton, formerly of Fitchburg, Mass., died Monday, June 14, 1999, in St. Joseph Hospital, Nashua, after an illness.
Mrs. Goodridge leaves her husband of 30 years, Edwin D. Goodridge, and many nephews and nieces. Her first husband, Robert A. Goodridge, died in 1965, and a sister, Laura Beers of Townsend, Mass., died in 1997.
Mrs. Goodridge was born in Ayer, Mass., on Jan. 18, 1912, the daughter of Henry A. and Stella G. (Stratton) Downing. She later lived in Fitchburg, Mass., before moving to Wilton in 1969.
Mrs. Goodridge was a graduate of the Henry Heywood Memorial School of Nursing in Gardner, Mass., and was a member of its alumni association.
She was a registered nurse for more than 40 years, and retired several years ago from Mt. Elam Nursing Home (now Mariner Health Care) in Fitchburg, Mass.
She attended Highland Baptist Church in Fitchburg, Mass.
Calling hours will be Friday, June 18, 10-11 a.m. at the Lavery-Chartrand Funeral Home, 99 Summer St., Fitchburg, Mass. A funeral service will follow at 11 a.m. in funeral home.

Simone D. Sevigny  
Simone Dolores (Bouchard) Sevigny, 83, known to friends and loved ones as Timmi, passed away after a brief illness on May 1, 1999, at the home of her daughter, Nancy Young, in Milwaukee, Wisc. She joins her partner in life, John Walter Sevigny, on that journey. 
This gladsome woman, formerly of Naples, Fla., and Manchester, was the loving mother of Raymond (Lorraine) Sevigny of Naples, Fla.; Walter (Marilyn) Sevigny of Milford; and Nancy (Richard) Young of Milwaukee, Wisc. 
She was the grandmother of Cheryl (Roger) Joyal, Kenneth (Nancy) Sevigny, Marc Sevigny, Scott (Marlene) Sevigny, Brian (Kerry) Sevigny, Deena (Eric) Chamberlin, Deborah (Eric) Griffith, Corey Sevigny, Claudia Young, Adria Young and Meara Young. Her 10 great-grandchildren; brothers Paul (Gloria) and Florian (Martha) Bouchard; sisters Jeannette (Marcel) Lavoie, Lillian (John) Roy and Florence Bertrand and their families will miss her.
Mrs. Sevigny was an active member and volunteer at Washington Park Senior Center, St. Sabastian Catholic Church, and formerly at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church Senior Center, in Milwaukee.
A Catholic memorial service will be held at St. Catherine Church, 207 Hemlock St., Manchester, on Saturday, June 26, at 12:30 p.m. A luncheon will follow.

Brigida McDonough  
Worked for Fort Devens for 15 years
Brigida (Dorigo) McDonough, 84, of Littleton, Mass., died Sunday, June 27, 1999, at her home.
Mrs. McDonough was born Sept. 27, 1914, in Galleriano, Italy. She spent her early life in Italy.
She was the wife of John J. McDonough of Littleton, whom she married after World War II. She traveled extensively when her husband was in the military, and she had made her home in Littleton since 1964. 
Mrs. McDonough worked with the housing authority at Fort Devens in Massachusetts for 15 years. 
She was a member of the St. Anne Church in Littleton. 
Mrs. McDonough was predeceased by a grandson, Sean Leachman. Besides her husband, survivors include a son, John McDonough of Merrimack; two daughters, Margaritta McDonough of Ayer, Mass., and Joanne McDonough Pratt of Kansas City, Mo.; two sisters, Mafalda and Leandro Dorigo, both of Gallarini, Italy; and two grandchildren.
The Badger Funeral Home in Littleton, Mass., is in charge of arrangements. 
Funeral services were held June 30 at Badger Funeral Home, Littleton, Mass., followed by burial at Westlawn Cemetery, Littleton.
William J. Sullivan  
Worked for RDF Corp. in Hudson
William J. Sullivan, 75, of Hudson, died Sunday, June 27,1999, at his home.
Mr. Sullivan was born March 15, 1924, in Nashua, son of the late William J. and Mildred (Jean) Sullivan.
He was the husband of Lorice "Lou" (Mansour) Sullivan of Hudson, to whom he had been married for 48 years.
He was educated in the local school system, and retired in 1985 from RDF Corp. in Hudson.
Mr. Sullivan was a charter member of the Hudson Lions Club. He was an avid lover of classical music, and a communicant of St. John the Evangelist Church in Hudson.
He was predeceased by a sister, Pauline Smith of Nashua. 
Besides his wife, survivors include three sons and two daughters-in-law, Michael J. and Suzanne Sullivan of Merrimack, David P. and Elaine Sullivan of Londonderry, and Thomas C. Sullivan of Hudson; a brother, Jack Sullivan of Manchester; two sisters, Margaret Smillie of Manchester and Maureen Daw of Gilford; four grandchildren, Lindsay and Shawn Sullivan of Merrimack, and Molly and Jamie Sullivan of Londonderry; and several nieces and nephews.
A Funeral Mass was celebrated July 1 in St. John the Evangelist Church. Burial followed in St. Patrick Cemetery, Hudson. 
Memorial donations may be made to Home Health and Hospice Care, 22 Prospect St., Nashua, NH 03060. 
The Dumont-Sullivan Funeral Home in Hudson is in charge of arrangements.
Ann Dyson  
Ann (Jackson) Dyson, of Amesbury, Mass., a retired teacher and beloved wife of Lloyd D. Dyson Jr., died Friday, June 25, 1999, at the MetroWest Medical Center in Framingham, Mass., of complications from cancer, Waldenstrom's Macroglobulinemia. She was 56.
Mrs. Dyson was born in Providence, R.I., and raised in Providence, Summit, N.J., and Amherst. She graduated from Stoneleigh-Burnham School (formerly Stoneleigh Prospect Hill School for Young Ladies) in 1961 and New England College in 1965. She received her master's degree in psychology from Leslie College.
Mrs. Dyson taught fourth and sixth grade for more than 23 years. She began her teaching career at the Jacques School in Milford, and moved to the Wakefield, Mass., school system, where she was chosen citywide teacher of the year. She married in l981, and retired from teaching in l986.
An avid sailor, Mrs. Dyson spent many of her remaining summers sailing the New England waters with her husband, family, friends and much loved dog, Rudy. She also traveled the world, including trips to the former Soviet Union, Europe and Japan.
She had loved to ride her horse, Buddy, in Amherst’s Fourth of July parade.
She will be greatly missed by her family, students and a large circle of friends. Her courage, generosity, humor and exuberant spirit touched everyone around her.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Dyson is survived by her mother, Elizabeth D. Jackson of Amherst; her children, Lloyd G. Dyson III and Erika W. Dyson, both of Boston, Mass.; a brother, Robert F. Jackson of Amherst; and a god-daughter, Johanna Eaton of Bolton, Mass.
Visiting hours will be Wednesday, June 30, from 5 to 8 p.m. at Simplicity Burial and Cremation Services, 287 High St., Newburyport, Mass., 
A memorial service will be held Thursday, July 1, at 11 a.m. in the Episcopal Church of St. James, 120 Main St., Amesbury, Mass. 
Memorial donations in Ann Dyson's name may be sent to The IMMF Research Fund, 2300 Bee Ridge Road, Suite 301, Sarasota, FL 34239-6226; or to Animal Rescue League, PO Box 265, Boston, MA 02117.

Albina Scoltch Coelho  
Albina Scoltch Coelho, 79, of Crosby Street, Milford, died Thursday, June 24, 1999, after a period of declining health.
A Nashua native, she was born on April 7, l920, a daughter of the late Helen McDonald Pike. She had lived in the Nashua/Milford area all her life.
From 1948 to 1982 she had been employed by Sprague Electric Company in Nashua.
She had been a member of Emmanuel Church in Nashua.
She was predeceased by two sisters, Eva Jeglinski and Beverly Kershaw.
Survivors include a son, Michael Scoltch, and a grandson, Michael Scoltch Jr., both of Ossipee; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Graveside funeral services and burial were held June 28 in Edgewood Cemetery, Nashua. Pastor Herbert Bill officiated.
The Davis Funeral Home, Nashua, was in charge of arrangements.
Leo A. Dutrisac Sr.  
Leo A. Dutrisac Sr., 68, of Valhalla Drive, Milford, died June 24, 1999, at the Milford Medical Center, Milford. 
He was born in Keene on Sept. 20, 1930, a son of the late Ferdinand and Velma M. (Anderson) Dutrisac. 
He had been a resident of the Milford for the past 29 years and resided with his son Paul and daughter-in-law Kathleen for the past eight years. He had also lived in Wilton for many years. 
Mr. Dutrisac had been employed previously by the former Landry's Landscaping Company in Nashua. 
He enjoyed playing bingo and was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting and fishing. 
Mr. Dutrisac was a U.S. Army veteran, who served during the Korean Conflict. 
He was predeceased by his wife, Mabel L. (Young) Dutrisac, who died in 1989. 
Family members include five sons and daughters-in-law, Ronald and Nancy Dutrisac, Leo A. Dutrisac II, all of Nashua, Paul and Kathleen Dutrisac of Milford, Mark and Karen Dutrisac of Mont Vernon, and David and Carol Dutrisac of Peterborough; seven grandchildren, Sabrina, April, Paula and Amy Dutrisac, all of Milford, and Crystal, Ann and David Dutrisac Jr., all of Peterborough; a great-grandchild; four brothers and sisters-in-law, Richard and Shirley Dutrisac of Troy, Norman Dutrisac of Calif., Paul and Joyce Dutrisac of Ariz., and Robert Dutrisac of Georgia; three sisters and brothers-in-law, Gloria and Donald Dicks of Rhode Island, Patricia and Elmer Hammond of Idaho, and Gertrude Parisen of Montreal, Canada; and many nieces and nephews.
A memorial service was held June 29 in the Smith and Heald Funeral Home, Milford. Burial will be private.
Donations in Mr. Dutrisac’s memory may be made to the American Lung Association. 456 Beech St., Manchester, NH 03103.
Alice E. Ames  
Alice E. Ames, 92, a resident of The Pillsbury Retirement Home, Milford, died June 23, l999, at the Milford Medical Center, Milford. 
Born on Sept. 18, 1906, in Vineyard Haven, Mass., she was the daughter of the late George and Nellie (Call) Ames. She later lived in Northfield, N.H., and Falmouth, Mass., before moving to Milford in 1921. 
She will be long remembered for her dedicated work as librarian of the William Y. Wadleigh Memorial Library in Milford for 42 years. 
Other activities and interest included story-telling to children who frequented the library, an avid interest and extensive knowledge of birds found in the region, and home arts, including quilting and tatting. 
During the last four years, she resided at the Pillsbury Retirement Home in Milford. 
She was a member of the United Methodist Church, Milford, and was active in the Helping Hands Organization. She was a member of the Milford Garden Club and the Custos Morum Rebekah Lodge 23, Milford. 
Survivors include her brother, Forrest C. Ames of Jaffrey, and several nieces and nephews. 
Funeral services were held June 26 in the Smith and Heald funeral home, Milford. Burial was in Riverside Cemetery, Milford. 
Donations in Miss Ames’ memory may be made to the Audubon Society of New Hampshire, 3 Silk Farm Road, Concord, NH 03301.
The Smith and Heald Funeral Home, Milford, is in charge of arrangements. 
Joseph J. Shaughnessy  
Joseph J. Shaughnessy, 88, of Nashua St., Milford, died June 22, in St. Joseph Hospital, Nashua.
He was born in Milford on Dec. 7, 1910, a son of Edward and Elizabeth (Gough) Shaughnessy. 
Mr. Shaughnessy was a lifelong resident of Milford, and a graduate of Milford High School, class of 1927. 
Mr. Shaughnessy had been employed by the U.S. Postal Service in Milford as a rural route carrier for 30 years. 
He was a communicant of St. Patrick Church, Milford, and a member of Milford Council 3035 Knights of Columbus, third and fourth degree. 
Mr. Shaughnessy was a U.S. Army veteran. He served during World War II as an infantry sergeant in Europe, and received five Battle Stars and the Purple Heart. He was discharged in 1945. He was discharged in 1945. He was a 50-year member of the Ricciardi Hartshorn Post 23 American Legion, Milford. 
Family members include his wife of 57 years, Anne B. (Huk) Shaughnessy of Milford; a son, Stephen Shaughnessy of Campton; a daughter, Martha J. Howard of Melrose, Mass.; two grandchildren, Tyler Jennings Shaughnessy and Abigail Louise Shaughnessy, both of Campton; and a niece, Margaret Farley of Pawtucket, R.I. 
A mass of Christian burial was celebrated June 24 at St. Patrick Church, Milford. Burial was in St. Patrick Cemetery, Amherst. 
Donations in Mr. Shaughnessy’s memory may be made to the American Cancer Society, Gail Singer Memorial Building, 360 Route 101, Unit 501, Bedford, NH 03110-5032.
The Smith and Heald Funeral Home, Milford, was in charge of arrangements.

James R. Cullinan  
James R. Cullinan, 76, of Melendy Road, Milford, died Monday, July 5, 1999, at Catholic Medical Center in Manchester.
Mr. Cullinan was born Sept. 17, 1922, in Milford, son of the late William and Katherine E. (Cooley) Cullinan. He was a lifelong resident of Milford.
He was the husband of Helen (Miles) Cullinan of Peterborough, to whom he had been married for 38 years.
Mr. Cullinan was employed for 15 years as a heavy equipment operator for New England Steel Fabricators in Milford.
He was an Army veteran, and served during World War II. He was a member of Ricciardi Hartshorn Post 23, American Legion, and Harley Sanford Post 4368, Veterans of Foreign Wars, in Milford.
Besides his wife, survivors include a stepson and his wife, Richard B. and Claudia Locke of Brookline; two granddaughters, Jennifer Locke of Milford and Meredith Locke of Brookline; a sister-in-law, Cecile A. Cullinan of Milford; and nieces and nephews.
Calling hours are Friday, July 9, 7-9 p.m. in the Smith and Heald Funeral Home, 63 Elm St., Milford. A graveside service will be held Saturday, July 10, at 10 a.m. in Riverside Cemetery, Nashua Street, Milford.
Memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, Greater New Hampshire Chapter, 10 Ferry St., Suite 419, Concord, NH 03301.
Wilber "Andy" Anderson  
Wilber "Andy" Anderson, 69, of 76 Tinker Road, Merrimack, died unexpectedly Sunday, July 4, 1999, at his home.
Mr. Anderson was born Jan. 2, 1930, in Lowell, Mass., son of the late Francis W. and Helen (Burgess) Anderson. A longtime resident of Merrimack, he had previously made his home in Nashua for a number of years.
He was the widower of Luella May (Wright) Anderson, whom he married May 3, 1953. They celebrated their 44th wedding anniversary prior to her death on May 9, 1997.
Mr. Anderson had been employed with Nashua Corp. in its coating department for more than 40 years, working at both the Nashua and Merrimack facilities.
He was a member and commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8641 of Merrimack. He was also an avid gardener.
Mr. Anderson was a Navy veteran, serving in the European Theater of Operations.
He was educated in local schools and graduated from Nashua High School.
He was predeceased by a brother, Edward J. Anderson of Maine.
Survivors include a son, Wilber Anderson Jr. of Nashua; a daughter and son-in-law, Nancy L. and Timothy S. Dugan of Merrimack; his step-mother, Florence (Lecuyer) Anderson of Nashua; six grandchildren, Carrie Stairs of Nashua, Dana Stairs and Melissa dugan of Merrimack, Wilber Anderson III and his wife Leann of Macomb, Ill., Crystal L. Anderson of Nashua and Darcy L. Anderson of Skowhegan, Maine; six great-grandchildren; four brothers and five sisters-in-law, Leonard and Sharon Anderson of Amherst, John R. and Betty Anderson of California, Glenn and Connie Anderson and Gary and Betty Anderson, all of Nashua, and Ann Anderson of Maine; five sisters and a brother-in-law, Peggy Verrill of California, Dotty and William Taylor of Wisconsin, Lucinda Anderson of Manchester, Peggy Fournier and Kathie Anderson of Nashua; several neices, nephews and cousins.
A funeral service will be held Friday at 10:30 a.m. in the Farwell Funeral Home, 18 Lock St., Nashua. The Rev. David E. Svenson, Pastor of the Main Street United Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Reed Cemetery in South Merrimack at a later date. Memorial donations can be made in his name to Home Health & Hospice Care, 22 Prospect Street, Nashua, NH 03060.
Leroy J. Kendrew  
Leroy John Kendrew, 83, of Nashua, died Friday, July 2, 1999, at St. Joseph Hospital in Nashua.
Dr. Kendrew was born June 30, 1916, in Easthampton, Mass., son of Anthony and Gertrude (Messier) Kendrew. He had lived in Nashua since April, after moving from Amherst, Mass., where he had lived for many years.
Dr. Kendrew was educated in Easthampton and Northampton, Mass., and graduated from Northampton High School. He received a bachelor's degree from Amherst College, where he was president of the Lord Jeff Club. He received a doctorate in medicine from Cornell Medical School in New York City.
A World War II Army veteran, he served as a captain in the Army Medical Corps.
Dr. Kendrew retired in 1982 from the health service at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He had previously been the chief of surgery at Wesson Memorial Hospital in Springfield, Mass., while maintaining a private practice there for 14 years.
He was a member of the Rotary Club of Amherst, Mass., and had been a member of the American Medical Association and the Hampden Massachusetts District Medical Society for 50 years.
He was the husband of Marjorie A. (Cree) Kendrew, to whom he had been married since 1992.
Besides his wife, survivors include two daughters and sons-in-law, Sally and David Sargent of Hollis and Patricia and Leonard Tolvo of El Cajon, Calif.; a son and daughter-in-law, Robert and Elizabeth Kendrew of El Cajon, Calif.; six grandchildren, including Rebecca Sargent and Andrea Sargent of Hollis; three stepchildren, Mark Sargent, Martha Myers, and Bruce Sargent, and their five children; five sisters, Gertrude Masson of Westboro, Mass., Leonora Brenton of Orlando., Fla., Phyllis Meunch of Harrisburg, Pa., and Eleanor Banas and Marjorie Wilby, both of Easthampton, Mass.; and several nieces and nephews. 
He was predeceased by his first wife, Barbara (Collins) Kendrew, who died in 1991; a sister, Bernadette Kendrew; and a brother, Irwin Kendrew.
A Service of Remembrance will be held in Amherst, Mass., at a time to be announced.
Memorial donations may be made to the American Diabetes Association, 249 Canal St., Manchester, NH 03101; to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, 114 Perimeter Road, Nashua, NH 03063; or to the charity of one’s choice.
The Davis Funeral Home in Nashua is in charge of arrangements. 
Beatrice Pepin  
Beatrice Pepin, 93, of Ridge Street, Nashua, died Friday, July 2, 1999, at Greenbriar Terrace Healthcare Center in Nashua.
Mrs. Pepin was born Nov. 24, 1905, in Nashua, a daughter of Didier and Delvina (Paradis) Soucy. She was a lifelong resident of Nashua and the widow of Camille Pepin.
Mrs. Pepin was educated in the Nashua school system. She was a homemaker, a member of the Ladies of St. Anne, and active in the Nashua Senior Activity Center. She was a communicant of St. Francis Xavier Church in Nashua.
Survivors include four daughters and two sons-in-law, Madeline Miller of Merrimack, Lillian Pepin of Nashua, Jeanne and James Dutton of Bridgeton, N.C., and Jeannine and Richard Michaels of Columbus, Ohio; a son, Normand Pepin of Merrimack; 18 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild; and a brother, Raymond Soucy of Laconia. She was predeceased by a daughter, Lucille Clark.
A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated at St. Francis Xavier Church in Nashua on Wednesday, and burial was in St. Francis Xavier Cemetery. Donations in Mrs. Pepin’s memory may be made to Greenbriar Terrace Healthcare Center.
The St. Laurent Funeral Home in Nashua was in charge of arrangements.
Joseph F. Nawrocki  
Joseph F. Nawrocki, 89, of Beech Street, Milford, died June 29, 1999, at St. Joseph Hospital, Nashua. 
He was born in Lowell, Mass., on Sept. 22, 1909, a son of Simon and Apolonia (Bonczar) Nawrocki. 
Mr. Nawrocki attended schools in Lowell, Mass., and graduated from Alliance College, Cambridge Springs, Pa. 
He had lived in Lowell, Mass., for most of his life and moved to Milford in 1977. 
Mr. Nawrocki retired in 1972 as plant manager of Ames Textile Corporation in Lowell, Mass. 
He was a communicant of St. Patrick Church, Milford. 
He was predeceased by a sister, Mary Thomas of Lyndhurst, N.J., and a brother, John Nawrocki of Lowell, Mass. 
Family members include his wife of 59 years Mary B. (Stemporzewski) Nawrocki of Milford; a daughter and son-in-law, Barbara and Ralph Gatien of Sequim, Wash.; a son, Joseph R. "Bob" Nawrocki of Ormond Beach, Fla.; six grandchildren, Amy Nawrocki and Laura Nawrocki, both of Milford, Caryn Andrews of Camano Island, Wash., Andrew Gatien of Chicago, Ill., Daniel Gatien of Seattle, Wash., and Matthew Nawrocki of the U.S. Navy; a great-grandchild; a sister, Josephine D'Alba of Lowell, Mass.; four nieces and two nephews. 
A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated July 3 in St. Patrick Church, Milford. Burial will be in St. Patrick Cemetery, Amherst.
Donations in Mr. Nawrocki’s memory may be made to St. Patrick Share Program, PO Box 27, Milford, NH 03055.
The Smith and Heald Funeral Home, Milford, is in charge of arrangements. 

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