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, 84 of Randolph, died July 10. Born in 1912, she was the daughter of Charles and Maude (Landon) Gabree. She was educated in Milton schools. In 1934, she married Frank Rollins, who died in 1965. Survivors include a son, Arthur; a daughter, Caroline Brown; three sisters; two grandchildren.
, 83, of Williamstown, died July 9. Born in 1913 in Richford, he was the son of Richard and Ethel (Currier) Little. He attended schools in Richford and worked at the former Swett-Cummings Furniture Co. there. He came to Barre in 1931 and was employed at the former Rock of Ages Capacitor Plant and later at Sprague Electric Co. His first wife, Abbie Myott Little, is deceased. In 1952, he married Emma Pickett, who died in 1991. He was a member of the Williamstown United Federated Church. Survivors include a stepson, Drew Pickett; a step-daughter, Melba Young; four grandchildren; one great-grandchild; cousins.
, 92, of Berlin, died July 11. Born in 1905 in Medford, Mass., she was the daughter of Stephen and Catherine (Driscoll) Grimley. She was educated in West Medford schools and graduated from Medford High School. IN 1949, she married Joseph Neville, who died in 1949. In 1964, she married William Christian (Firpo) Schroeder, who is also deceased. She had worked for the Western Union Telegraph Co. in Boston until her retirement in the 1970s. While living in Medford, she was a member of St. James Catholic Church. Survivors include a sister, Eleanor M. Kane; two nieces, Eleanor Madison and Deborah Meier; a nephew, Walter V. Kane.
, 83, of Randolph, died July 9. Born in 1914 in Mohawk, N.Y., he was the son of Frank and Irene (Banton) Smith. He was educated in New York schools and graduated from Van Hornsville (N.Y.) High School. He had farmed in New York and later was employed as a postal clerk in Mohawk, retiring in 1976. In 1937, he married Elizabeth J. Mehring. They moved to Randolph in 1991. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Richard and David; two daughters, Barbara Brown Mead and Edith Vorce Palmer; two brothers; 11 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren.
, 73, of Greensboro and Dacula, GA, died July 7. Born in Bound Brook, N.J., he was the son of Perry and Katherine (Bagnall) Bascom. He attended Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine and served in the Navy. He was a retired radio broadcast executive. Survivors include his wife, Kathryn (Dawson) Bascom; a daughter, Janet Wheeler; a son, Alan; five grandchildren; one great-grandchild; a sister; nieces and nephews.
, 63, formerly of Montpelier, died July 4. Born in 1934 in Montpelier, she was the daughter of Emery Henry Roberts and Ida (Provencher) Roberts. She was educated in Montpelier and Essex Junction schools. She had been a cashier for Green Mountain Power Corp., retiring in 1995. Survivors include three sons, Kenneth, Christopher and Robert; three daughters, Diana Blow, Cindy Hamlin and Pamela Russell; eight grandchildren; her fiance, George Racine III; six brothers and one sister; nieces and nephews.
, 69, formerly of Montpelier, died July 6. Born in 1928 in Charlestown, she was the daughter of Clyde and Florence (Kimball) Rich. She was adopted by an aunt, Mabel Kimbal and her husband, James Mayette. She graduated from Montpelier High School and Vermont Junior College. In 1955, she married Wayne L. Miles. They lived all over the world while Mr. Miles was in the Air Force and moved to Montpelier in 1975. She was employed as a secretary by the Johnson Artesian Well Co. in Montpelier. They had lived in Lebanon since 1993. Survivors include her husband; a son, James; a daughter, Sherri Miles; two grandchildren; a brother; two sisters; several nieces and nephews.
, 83, of Barre, died July 4. Born in 1913 in St. Johnsbury, she was the daughter of Ludger and Georgianna (Bussiere) Gosselin. She attended schools in St. Johnsbury. In 1941, she married Hector J. Boudreau, who died in 1983. In 1967, she began working at the J.J. Newberry Store. She was a member of St. Monica Parish. Survivors include one son, Norman; a daughter, Susan (Mrs. Douglas) Spaulding; four grandchildren; a sister.
, 70, of Moretown, died July 15. Born in 1927 in Fayston, she was the daughter of Albert and Edythe (Brothers) LaVanway Sr. She graduated from Waitsfield High School. In 1946, she married James E. Dalley Sr. She spent her life as a homemaker and parent and was a member of the South Duxbury Church. Survivors include her husband; a daughter, Lori Collins; three sons, James Jr. , Gary and Mike; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; three sisters; four brothers; nieces and nephews.
, 82, of Randolph, died July 11. Born in 1914 in East Brookfield, she was the daughter of Arthur J. and Bessie (Kendall) Wheatley. She graduated from Randolph High School and Johnson Normal School and taught in Randolph. In 1934, she married Erwin H. Davis, who died in 1975. She taught piano and played with several orchestras and was church organist. Prior to retirement in 1976, she worked at the Gary Home and Rahabilitation, the Sheltered Workshop and the Fish & Game Department, all in Montpelier, and at the Perkins School in Lancaster, MA. Survivors include three daughters, Joan Moran, Linda Nissl and Patricia Bradshaw; 10 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild.
, 94, of Northfield, died July 10. Born in 1903 in Royalton, she was the daughter of Don C. and Nettie (Luce) Gifford. She attended schools in East Bethel and Brookfield, graduated from Randolph High School and attended Randolph Normal School. She taught elementary school for more than 45 years, having taught in Randolph, Randolph Center and East Randolph, Brookfield and East Brookfield. She retired in 1968. In 1923, she married Edward Harrington, who died in 1979. She was a member of the First Congregational Church of Royalton. Survivors include two sons, Gifford and Dean; 11 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; a niece.
, 71, of Barre, died July 13. Born in 1925 in Buffalo, N.Y., she was the daughter of Edward and Christina (Frank) O'Connell. She attended schools in Buffalo. In 1950, she married Elmer Currier, who died in 1968. Survivors include a son, Leander; three grandchildren; three brothers; nieces and nephews.
, 95, formerly of Montpelier, died July 3. Born in 1902 in Montpelier. He attended schools in Vermont and lived in Massachusetts from 1940 to 1960. He invented the "rear shutter" for the commercial motion picture projector in 1929. He was co-owner and co-founder of New England's first drive-in theater in Mass. He was a musician, touring throughout Vermont, New England and Canada. He settled in Massachusetts where he established his own business, Massachusetts Theater Equipment Co. His wife, Mary (Morizzi) Comi, is deceased. Survivors include his children, Paul, Alfred and Diane; cousins.
, 78, of Groton, died July 13. Born in 1919, he was the son of George and Lila (Eaton) Morrison. He was a stonecutter at Hutchins and Perreault Granite Co. in East Barre. His first wife, Lillian (Darling) Morrison, died in 1955. Survivors include his wife, Pearl (Phelps) Morrison; two daughters, Shelley Lauzon and Sharon Stumpf; four sons, Colin, David, Robert and Typer; 21 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; a sister; several cousins.
, 96, of Barre, died July 15. Born in 1900 in Williamstown, she was the daughter of Thomas and Anna (Poulin) LaPoint. She attended Holy Ghost School in Graniteville. In 1927, she married Aime LaFaille, who died in 1962. She was a member of St. Sylvester Church in Graniteville and St. Monica Church. Survivors include a daughter, Theresa (Mrs. Donald) Tyler; four grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; a brother; two sisters; nieces and nephews.
, 45, of Vershire, died July 14. Born in 1952 in Mount Clemens, MI, he was the son of Louis and Emma Yax. He attended schools in Mount Clemens and served in the Army in Vietnam. He worked as a welder and moved to Vermont in the 1980s. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Survivors include a daughter, Kathryn Yax; a brother; two sisters; nieces and nephews.
, 79, of Northfield Falls, died July 15. Born in 1918 in Quincy, Mass., she was the daughter of Dennis and Marcelina (Fernandez) Diego. She graduated from Northfield High School and attended Bay Path Institute in Hartford, Conn. In 1942, she married Robert Gillespie, who died in 1962. They purchased McGrattan Fuel Co. in Northfield and operated it as Gillespie Fuels. After her husband's death, she continued to operate the business, retiring in 1984. She was a member of St. John the Evangelist Church. Survivors include two daughters, Karen (Mrs. Reed) Korrow and Marianne (Mrs. Donald) Davidson; two sisters; three grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
, 87, of South Royalton, died July 15. Born in 1910 in South Royalton, she was the daughter of Joseph and Louella (Tenney) DeCoste. She grew up in Derry, N.H. and later graduated from South Royalton High School. She was employed as a secretary in Boston and later worked for Van Raalte Corp in Randolph, G.W. Plastics in Bethel and retired from Petco Oil Co. in South Royalton. Survivors include a niece, Pam Salls; two nephews, Tim Renehan and Sean Renehan.
, 66, of Moretown, died July 12. Born in 1930 in Morrisville, he was the son of Annette (Bouchard) and Theophile Godin. He attended schools in Stowe and served with the Air Force and the Marines during the Korean War. He farmed for several years and later was employed by Palisades Landfill in Moretown as a heavy equipment operator, retiring in 1993. Survivors include his wife; his mother; two daughters, Kimberly Godin and Serena Godin; two sisters; four brothers; nieces and nephews.
, 79, of Barre, died July 13. Born in 1918 in Norwood, Mass., she was the daughter of Albert and Katie Mae (Smith) Norton. She attended schools in Norwood, Barton, Brookfield and Barre. In 1935, she married Edgar Magoon, who died in 1990. They had owned and operated a farm in Berlin on Bible Hill Road. Survivors include two sons, Edgar Jr. and Eugene; two daughters, Ruth Gagnon and Linda Lane; 20 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren; three sisters; nieces and nephews.