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, of Waterbury, died June 15. She was the daughter of Amy (Goodheart) and Hymen Myers and wife of Stewart Gibson. Following graduation from the University of Vermont, she moved to California where she worked at McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. and studied at UCLA for her master's degree in television production. She moved to Vermont and was hired by Castleton State College to plan, develop and implement the college's first curriculum in television production. Survivors include her husband; her mother; three step-children, Mary Truax, William Gibson and Lucia Burke; five step-grandchildren.
, 83, formerly of Montpelier, died June 17. Born in 1913 in West Newbury, she was the daughter of Percy and Velma Fearon. She was educated in Woodsville, N.H. and was employed as a telephone operator there. She worked at the McLellan Stores and Green Mountain Mutual Insurance Co., both in Montpelier and at Granite Mutual Insurance Co. in Barre. She moved to Arizona in 1992. Her husband, Clarence, is deceased. Survivors include a daughter, Alison Williams; two grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
, 56, of Plainfield, died June 22. Born in 1941 in Sanbornton, N.H., he was the son of Elwin and Dorothy (McKay) Smith. He lived in Barre and Montana before moving to Plainfield last year. He had worked for the City of Barre as a truck driver and was a self-employed logger in Montana. Survivors include his companion, Sheila Guillette; a son, Robert; a daughter, Cathy Van Dyke; two grandsons; two brothers; a sister; several nieces and nephews.
, 90, of Royalton, died June 25. Born in 1906 in Barton, she was the daughter of Dean and Eva (Carruth) Clark. She attended schools in Barton and West Burke. In 1932, she married Virgil B. Gates, who died in 1973. They had owned and operated Locust Cabins in East Randolph, before moving to Royalton. She was a member of the First Congregational Church in Royalton. Survivors include a son, Fred; three daughters, Madeline Stariknok, Marguerite Caron and Shirley Spittle; seven grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; seven great-great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
, 71, of Barre, died recently. Born in 1926 in Barre, he was the son of Fermin and Elvira Acebo. He attended Barre schools and Spaulding High School. He was a veteran of the Navy, serving during WWII. In 1949, he married Betty Beams. He retired from the Celenta and Bianchi Granite Co. in Barre in 1989. He was a member of St. Monica's Parish. Survivors include his wife; a son, Charles; a daughter, Vickie Acebo-Carns; three grandchildren; a sister; four brothers; nieces and nephews.
, 94, formerly of Northfield Falls, died June 23. Born in 1903 in East Montpelier, she was the daughter of Joseph and Jane (Reed) Bero. She attended schools in Northfield. In 1930, she married George Malcolm Matheson, who died in 1969. She moved to South Carolina in 1990, to be near her son. Survivors include her son, George; four grandchildren; nieces and nephews
, 52, of Hardwick, died June 17. Born in 1944 in Long Beach, CA, he was the son of Ralph and Helene (Pelletier) Devenger. He attended graded schools in Hardwick, Connecticut, Virginia and New Hampshire, graduating from Rogers High School in Newport, R.I. He served with the Navy. In 1971, he married Eunice McKinistry. He had worked for Sam Daniels Manufacturing in Hardwick and had managed Kentucky Fried Chicken in the Burlington, Barre and Brattleboro locations. He later worked for Anderson Concrete, the Vermont State Hospital, ran a delivery route for Burlington Foreign Auto Parts and more recently was employed by Perry Oil, retiring in 1985. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Glen and Bruce; a daughter, Samantha Devenger; his father; four grandchildren; four brothers; four sisters; several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 80, formerly of Chelsea, died June 27. Born in 1917 in Chelsea, she was the daughter of Ralph and Gladys (Glidden) Sanborn. She was educated in Chelsea schools. In 1935, she married Paul Gibbs. She lived in Springfield since 1938. Survivors include her husband; a son, Paul Jr.; three grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
, 80, of Barre, died June 27. Born in 1917 in Barre, she was the daughter of George and Alice (Allen) Brigham. She received her early education in Barre and Montpelier, graduated from Montpelier High School and received nursing certification from Wayne School of Nursing in Chicago, ILL. In 1935, she married Herbert H. Friot. They owned and operated Capital Nursing Home and Capitol Manor. Mr. Friot is deceased. In 1972, she married Richard Messer. She worked at the Eastern Start Nursing Home in Randolph. She was a member of Hedding United Methodist Church of Barre. Survivors include two sons, Edwin Friot and Richard Friot; four grandsons; two granddaughters; a half-sister; nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 84, of Barre, died June 26. Born in 1912 in Bordia, Switzerland, she was the daughter of Serafino and Maria (DeCarlo) Ferrati. The family moved to Barre in 1918, where she attended school. She lived in Manchester and Hartford, Conn., where she was employed as an apartment building manager. She later lived in Albany, N.Y., and returned to Barre in 1973. She was a member of St. Monica Parish. Her husband, Pasquale Terranova, died in 1957. Survivors include a daughter, Cynthia Capagli; two grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; grandnieces and grandnephews.
, 77, of Hardwick, died June 28. Born in 1919 in Cabot, he was the son of Clarance and Teresa (Tousaint) Salls. He had lived in New Hampshire before returning to Hardwick in 1982. He retired from the New Hampshire Highway Department. His first wife, Dorothy Mae Dwyer Salls, is deceased. Survivors include his wife, Alice (Chapman) Salls; seven sons, Gene, Cecil, Keith, Vaughn, Darryl and Terry; three daughters, Bonnie Kalacinski, Melodye Marsh and Kaye Allen; a stepson, Ralph Chapman; four stepdaughters, June Allen, Dale Robb, Linda Wilson and Denise Stars; one brother; two sisters; 50 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren.
, 86, formerly of South Royalton, died June 28. Born in 1911 in South Royalton, he was the son of James Edward and Nellie (Smith) Tenney. He was educated in Hartford and Royalton schools and graduated from South Royalton High School. In 1933, he married Elgie M. Sleeper, who died in 1983. He was a rural letter carrier for the South Royalton Post Office. After retirement, he moved to East Charleston. Survivors include two sons, Harold and Howard; two daughters, Gail Kingsbury and Phyllis Mudgett; one sister; 19 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild.
, 55, of Lower Websterville, died June 30. Born in 1942 in Plattsburgh, N.H., he was the son of Howard and Mary (Harris) Reeves. He attended schools in Plattsburgh and graduated from Our Lady of Victory High School. In 1961, he married Isabelle Sherman. He was a house painter and for the past 30 years, worked for Rouleau Granite Co. in Barre. Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Lisa Commo and Jessica Commo; a granddaughter; a brother; a sister; nieces and nephews.
, 55, of Barre, died recently. Born in 1941 in Lac Megantic, Quebec, she was the daughter of Philorum and Delvina (Jacques) Badeau. She attended elementary school in Canada, St. Monica School in Barre and Spaulding High School. She was formerly of Norwich, Conn., where she was employed as a nurses aide. Her husband, William R. Boyce, is deceased. Survivors include two sons, Brian and Roger; a daughter, Rhonda (Mrs. Francis) Tash Jr.; two grandchildren; her mother; 10 brothers; four sisters; many nieces and nephews.
, 14, of Cabot, died June 29. Born in 1983 in Frankfurt, Germany, he was the son of Floyd R. and Donna (Firkey) Earle. He would have entered his freshman year at Cabot High School in the fall. One of his favorite pastimes was playing basketball. Survivors include his parents; maternal grandparents, Harold and Dorothy Firkey; maternal great-grandmothers, Rita Firkey and Charlotte Manning; many aunts, uncles and cousins.
, 87, of Northfield, died June 27. Born in 1909 in Jersey City, N.J., she was the daughter of Oscar and Marion (Case) Lang. She attended schools in Jersey City and Rollins College in Winter Park, FL. She had lived in N.J. for 38 years and was assistant librarian at the Englewood Public Library. She had lived in Northfield since 1980 and was a summer resident of Tunbridge. She was a member of St. Mary's Church (Episcopal). Survivors include her husband, Francis Ingoldsby; two daughters, Joan Brown and Elisabeth M. Ingoldsby; two sons, Francis Jr. and Roger; five grandchildren.
, 75, of Barre Town, died July 3. Born in 1922 in Corinth, he was the son of Joseph and Florence (Parker) McGranaghan. He received his education in Corinth and served with the Army during WWII. He had worked for various construction companies, and more recently was a scrap metal dealer and hauler. Survivors include his daughter, Susan Willis; two sons, Richard and Roger White; several grandchildren; a sister; a half-brother; several nieces and nephews.
, 88, formerly of Barre, died July 2. Born in 1908 in Barre, she was the daughter of Lackey and Nora (Murphy) Good. She was educated in Barre City schools and graduated from Spaulding High School. She graduated from Trinity College with a degree in English and received a master's in counseling from Boston University. She entered the Sisters of Mercy of Vermont in 1927 and professed her vows in 1930. She taught at Cathedral Grammar School and Cathedral High School in Burlington, Marian High School in Barre and St. Mary's in Middlebury. Survivors include her sisters in religion, Sisters of Mercy of Vermont; a sister, Sister Aileen Good.