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, 87, of Montpelier, died Nov. 20. Born in 1909 in Brattleboro, he was the son of Rexford and Emily (Johnson) Coane. He graduated from Brattleboro High School and from Norwich University. He received his masters from Bates College. He served with the Army during WWII. He taught at Montpelier High School, retiring in 1969, after being assistant principal the last five years of his career. He was also employed by the Vermont Highway Department in the summers. In 1934, he married Lucille Adams, who died in 1980. He was a member of Bethany United Church of Christ in Montpelier. Survivors include one son, Daniel Coane; three step-grandchildren.
, 65, of Williamstown, died Nov. 17. Born in 1930 in Graniteville, he was the son of Hector and Emerentienne (Trudeau) Cotnoir. He attended Holy Ghost School in Graniteville and graduated from Spaulding High School. He served with the Army and the National Guard. In 1954, he married Hazel Neddo. He was first employed at the J.C. Penney Store in Barre, then became a sales representative for Metropolitan Insurance Company and was a broker for several insurance firms. He and his wife owned and operated Skyview Casino in Williamstown and he also was a car salesman, working for Perry Auto, Nordic Ford and Capital Chrysler. He retired in 1988. He was a member of St. Edward's Church in Williamstown. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Lawrence and Leo; two daughters, Darlene (Mrs. James) Abair and Donna (Mrs. Donald) Baril; 11 grandchildren; two brothers; three sisters; aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.
, 75, of Barre Town, died Nov. 21. Born in 1921 in Coventry, he was the son of Will and Hazel (Laukes) Corrow. He attended schools in Coventry and graduated from Orleans High School. In 1941, he married Irene Brien. He served with the Army during WWII and with the National Guard during the Korean War. He was an electrician. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Lt. Col. William Corrow and David Corrow.
, 89, of South Royalton, died Nov. 13. Born in 1907 in Thetford Hill, she was the daughter of Herbert and Abbie (Church) Chamberlin. She attended schools in Thetford and Fairlee and graduated from Montpelier Seminary. She was a secretary to James Curtis at the Sharon Grain Mill and later was bookkeeper for Windsor Farmers Exchange in South Royalton and Wilmer Brooks in Sharon. In 1928, she married Cedric McDonald. They owned and operated two dairy farms. Mr. McDonald died in 1967. She was a member of the Post Mills Congregational Church and was active in the Sharon Congregational Church. Survivors include a son, Douglas; a daughter, Phyllis Potter; seven grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren.
, 91, of Marshfield, died Nov. 13. Born in 1905 in New York City, she was a 30-year summer resident of Marshfield. She married Charles Richards in 1929, who is deceased. She was active in civic affairs and served on the board of the Children's Bureau of Delaware. She was knowledgeable about horticulture and spent her summers in Marshfield tending an extensive garden. Survivors include three children, Charles Jr., Helen Richards and Robert Richards; five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.
, 84, of Barre Town, died Nov. 17. Born in 1912 in Barre Town, he was the son of Henry and Mabel (Farnham) Payne. He attended the former Trow Hill School and helped with the operation of the family dairy farm. In 1934, he married Evelyn Bolles. He was employed by the Barre Town Highway Department, retiring in 1977. He also worked at the Windy Wood Orchard in Barre Town. He was a member of Hedding United Methodist Church. Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Norma Nutbrown; three grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
, 70, of Bethel, died Nov. 18. Born in 1926 in Eden, she was the daughter of Henry and Mattie (Bellville) Smith. She attended the Camp Brook School and the Bethel Gilead School. In 1973, she married Raymond Chandler. She was previously married to Estey Manning Sr. Survivors include her husband; four sons, Kenneth Manning, Sherman Manning, Estey Manning Jr. and Robert Manning; three daughters Barbara Butterfield, Joan Bent and Laurie Bent; 61 grand- and great-grandchildren; two sisters; one brother; four half-brothers; three half-sisters; many nieces and nephews.
, 49, formerly of Hardwick, died Nov. 19. Born in 1947 in St. Johnsbury, he was the son of Allen and Shirley (LeClair) Hutchinson. He attended Hardwick public schools and graduated from Hardwick Academy and from the Culinary School in Barre. He was first married to Nancy MacLeod and later to Linda Heywood. He was first employed as a chef at the Grand Restaurant in Stowe and later became employed by the Prudential Insurance Company, working in the St. Johnsbury office. At the time of his death, he was employed by Agway Energy Products, where he was plant manager in the Rutland office. He was a member of the United Church of Hardwick. Survivors include one son, Eric; two daughters, Stephanie Johnson and Arielle Hutchinson; his parents; one brother; one sister; an aunt; two nephews.
, 47, of Northfield, died Nov. 22. Born in 1949 in Montpelier, he was the son of Eustace and Arlette (Ingalls) Drought. He was a graduate of Northfield High School. In 1969, he married Elaine Lewis. He was a construction worker and then joined Rock of Ages Corp. He later worked part-time at South Village Grocery in Northfield. He was a member of the Northfield United Methodist Church. Survivors include his wife, Elaine Drought; a daughter, Leslie Drought; his mother and stepfather, Arlette and Eric French; a brother; several aunts, uncles and cousins.
, 53, of Calais, died Dec. 2. born in 1943 in Woodsville, N.H., he was the son of Louis and Regina (Tucker) Stevens. He received his early education in Calais and graduated from Spaulding High School. In 1968, he married Sandra Brown. He worked for the Vermont Agency of Transportation, serving with the Public Transportation Division at the time of his death. Survivors include his wife; his mother; three sons, Richard, Kevin, Brian and Mac Lloyd Jr.; one daughter, Dawn Ross; five grandchildren; three brothers; one sister; seven nieces.
, 83, of South Cabot, died Nov. 30. Born in 1913 in Cabot, he was the son of Ora and Jennie (Clark) Ennis. He was a WWII veteran serving with the Army. He retired from the construction field in the early 1970s. Survivors include three sisters, Fannie Michaud, Hattie Batten and June Sargent; many nieces and nephews.
, 93, of Barre, died Dec. 4. Born in 1903 in Barre, he was the son of Cesare and Marietta (Pacetti) Guiduli. He went to Italy with his family when he was a child and attended schools there. He returned to Barre in 1917 and served with the Army Air Corps. He owned and operated the former Venetian Restaurant and operated a Texaco station on North Main Street. In 1931, he married Lena Danzero and he and his wife opened the Country House Restaurant, which they operated until 1969. He was affiliated with the First Presbyterian Church of Barre. His wife died in 1983. Survivors include two sons, Dr. Robert Guiduli and Ralph Guiduli; one daughter, Gloria Wenzel; seven grandchildren; three great-grandsons; one sister; nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 92, of Northfield, died Dec. 3. Born in 1904 in Elmore, she was the daughter of Henry and Lillian (Sprague) Bailey. She attended schools in Cabot and Woodbury. She had been married to Frank Archer and in 1934, married George Parker who died in 1977. She had spent the majority of her life in Connecticut and retired to Florida. She moved to Four Seasons Community Care Home in 1992 and lived at Mayo Nursing Home for the past year. She was a member of the South Side Baptist Church in Sebring, Fla. Survivors include her son, Frank Archer; two daughters, Josephin Wilson and Ruth Steward; two brothers; one sister; 12 grandchildren; several great-great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
, 41, of Waterbury, died Dec. 3. Born in 1955 in Portsmouth, Va., she was the daughter of Herbet and Dorothy (Manley) Lovely. She graduated from Harwood Union High School. She was employed as a food supervisor and assistant manager in the cafeteria at Waterbury Elementary School. Survivors include her parents; two sons, Bryan Brooker and Eric Brooker; one sister; one brother; nieces and nephews.
, 90, of Barre, died Dec. 2. Born in 1906 in Barre, she was the daughter of Andrew and Albertine (Anderson) Bjorn. She received her early education in Barre schools and graduated from Spaulding High School. In 1946, she married Harold Clark, who died in 1977. She was a bookkeeper at Waldron-Shields Granite Company in Barre and later at National Life Insurance Company in Montpelier. She was a member of the Barre Universalist Church. Survivors include two sons, David and Douglas; three daughters, Diane Nichols, Marjorie Page and Jennie Clark; many grandchildren; great-grandchildren; three sisters; nieces and nephews.
, 82, formerly of Montpelier, died Dec. 1. Born in 1913 in Montpelier, she was the daughter of Frank and Carrie (Millaham) Pecue. She received her education in Montpelier and was employed as a secretary at National Life Insurance Company before moving to Mass. Her husband, Arthur L. Twohey, died in 1984. She was a secretary for "Nature Curious," a magazine published by the Audubon Society in Lincoln, Mass. Survivors include a daughter, Jane Keefe; a son, John; four grandchildren.
, 64, of Bethel, died Dec. 2. Born in 1932 in Barre, he was the son of Wilbur and Grace (Boyce) Chandler. He attended Barre schools. He had worked at G. W. Plastics in Bethel, at Waterbury Plastics in Randolph and did carpentry work in the Randolph area. He later worked as a short order cook at the Black Forest Cafe in Bethel. In 1973, he married Aileen (Smith) Manning, who died Nov. 18, 1996. Survivors include a son, Raymond Jr.; two daughters, Kandy Pixley and Janice Chandler; four stepsons, Kenneth, Estey Jr., Sherman and Robert Manning; three stepdaughters, Barbara Butterfield, Joan Bent and Laurie Bent; 67 grandchildren and great-grandchildren; four sisters; nieces and nephews.
, 79, of Northfield, died Dec. 3. Born in 1917 in Chelsea, he was the son of Edgar and Marion (Miller) Curtis. He attended Northfield schools and served with the Army during WWII. He was employed at Clarence Baker's Texaco Service Station and later built, owned and operated his own service station, Curtis' Service Station and Snack Bar. He later owned and operated a refuse company in Northfield, Glenn Curtis' Rubbish Removal Company. He was a member of the United Methodist Church. He had been married to Isabelle Flint. Survivors include his son, Robert; two brothers; one sister; one granddaughter; three great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.