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, 89, formerly of Barre, died Jan. 1. Born in 1907 in Walden, N.Y., she was the daughter of Jonas and Margaret (Sheley) Deyo. She attended elementary school in New York City and graduated from George Washington High School. In 1929, she married John Hogg, who died in 1974. She was employed as a bookkeeper for the State of New York, retiring in 1965. She was a member of the Websterville Baptist Church. Survivors include two daughters, Jeanne Dugliss and Margaret Holzer; one son, Peter; three grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
, 70, of Northfield, died Jan. 2. Born in 1926 in Randolph, he was the son of W. Howard and Bernice (Fielders) Holden. He attended Randolph schools and graduated from Randolph High School. He served with the U.S. Army Air Corps during WWII. In 1947, he married Catherine Clevenger. They returned to Vermont in 1958 and owned and operated the Mt. Aeolus Inn in East Dorset. Mrs. Holden died in 1979. He has been living in Northfield for the past four years. Survivors include two sons, Charles and Mark; three daughters, Vickie Lehr, Sharry Rutken and Cindy Revenis; his companion, Jeanne Hutchinson; one brother; two sisters; 11 grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
, 76, formerly of Northfield, died Jan. 7. Born in 1920 in Northfield, he was the son of James and Ella (Fullum) Cruickshank. He graduated from Northfield High School and attended Vermont College in Montpelier. He worked for the Vermont Highway Department, F.W. Whitcomb Construction in Walpole, N.H. and Dufresne and Henry in Springfield. He moved to Bellows Falls in 1960, where he owned and operated Precision Paving Co. In 1944, he married Margaret McGoff. Survivors include his wife; his mother; two sons, Earl Jr. and James; one daughter, Peggy Alexy; one brother; two sisters.
, 77, of Barre, died Dec. 20. Born in 1919 in Bridgeport, Conn., he was the son of Andrew Sherwood Huntington and Louise (Forsyth) Huntington. He attended Sherman Elementary School in Fairfield, Conn. and graduated from the Hoosac School in Hoosick Falls, N.Y. He was employed as an organ repairman by several companies in New England. He also worked for Railroad Express. He resided at Rowan Court Health & Rehabilitation Center for the past three years. Survivors include one sister, Mary Louise Upham; one brother, Andrew Burr Huntington; five nephews; two nieces.
, 78, of Randolph, died Jan. 6. Born in 1919 in Bridgeport, Conn., she was the daughter of James and Zelia (Trask) Green and was educated in Connecticut schools, Moody Bible Institute in Chicago and Houghton College in New York. In 1951, she married Rev. William J. Smith, who died in 1993. She taught schools in Newfane, N.Y. and was a member of the Cleveland Drive Presbyterian Church. Survivors include her brother, Robert W. Green; nieces and nephews.
, 89, of Hardwick, died Jan. 8. Born in 1907 in Winnipeg, Canada, she was the daughter of Ludwig and Lena Marquardt. She was employed as the gift shop manager and head of housekeeping by the Mt. Mansfield Company, prior to retirement. Her first husband, Bernard P. Carey, is deceased. She later married Harry C. Ferguson, who is also deceased. Survivors include two daughters, Eleanor J. Cornish and Carolyn T. Aiossa; 11 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren.
, 70, of Graniteville, died Jan. 6. Born in 1927 in Plainfield, he was the son of Carleton and Hazel (Sargent) Morton. He attended schools in Plainfield and served with the Vermont National Guard. In 1951, he married Lizette Routhier. He worked as a painter and later was employed in the granite industry at North Barre Granite Co. and later at Adams Granite Co. He retired due to ill health. He was a member of St. Sylvester Church. Survivors include his wife; one son, Robert; two grandsons; three sisters; one brother; nieces and nephews.
, 75, of Barre died Jan. 4. Born in 1921 in Strasbourg, France, he was the son of Frederic and Yvonne (Pauline) Schmitz. He was educated there. He served in the French Army during WWII. He came to Barre in 1947 and was employed at Dessureau Machine Shop, Rock of Ages and later at Smith Whitcomb & Cook, retiring in 1986. In 1948, he married Mariette LaCroix. He was a member of St. Monica Parish. Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Gisele (Mrs. David) Lahr and Anne (Mrs. Ken) Walker; five grandchildren.
, 51, of Hardwick, died Jan. 3. Born in 1945 in Groton, she was the daughter of Richard and Lucille (Williams) Gamble. She attended public schools in Groton, Barre, Cabot, Danville and St. Johnsbury. In 1961, she married George Dimick Sr. She had been employed by the Blue Mountain School District in the hot lunch department. Survivors include her husband; one daughter, Daphne Carbee; three sons, Wade, George Jr. and Vince; one sister; seven grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
, 91, of Montpelier, died Jan. 4. Born in 1905 in Westfield, she was the daughter of Albert and Ada Farman. The family moved to Newport and she attended high school there. In 1928 she graduated from University of Vermont and taught French and Latin at Wells River High School. In 1933, she married Rupert Spencer, who died in 1971. She was a member of Bethany United Church of Christ. Survivors include nephews, Richard Suitor, David Suitor and William Lawson; nieces, Virginia Farman Smith, Elizabeth Farman, Barbara Farman McRae and Nancy Lawson Newton; many grandnieces and grandnephews; great-grandnieces and great-grandnephews.
, 76, of Randolph, died Jan. 5. Born in 1920 in Stockbridge, he was the son of Herbert and Florence (Shonio) Martin and was educated in Rochester and Stockbridge schools. He served in the Army Medical Corps during WWII. He worked at the Plywood Company in Hancock and later as a truck driver for Edwin Harvey of Rochester. He had been married to Hazel Wade. Survivors include his son, Ira J. Martin Jr.; his brother, Walter; three grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
, 74, of Randolph, died Jan. 5. Born in 1922 in Granby, Quebec, Canada, he was the son of Nelson and Ava (Pecard) Dupuis. He was educated in the Granby school system. He was a truck driver, employed by the McDermott Trucking Co. of Enosburg Falls and other trucking firms in the central Vermont area. He moved to Randolph in 1972, where he operated the landfill. He was a member of Sts. Rogatian and Donatian Church. In 1944, he married Madeline Dumas. Survivors include his wife; five sons, Claude, Jacques, Serge, Michael and Pierre; 10 grandchildren; one great-grandchild.
, 74, of Hardwick, died Jan. 4. Born in 1922 in Wolcott, she was the daughter of Herbert Charles and Abbie L. (Kusic) Preman. She attended elementary school in Hardwick and graduated from Hardwick Academy. She had been employed by Sam Daniels Manufacturing and later worked as a secretary for attorney James Knapp. More recently she was secretary and office manager at Northern Counties Health Center, retiring in 1989. In 1943, she married Nestor Augustin Morin. She was affiliated with the United Church of Hardwick. Survivors include her husband; her son, Michael; a sister, Phyllis Lane; nieces, nephews.
, 53, formerly of Barre, died Jan. 3. Born in 1943 in Barre, he was the son of Annette (Beaudom) Wood and Ralph Boyce. He graduated from Spaulding High School. In 1962, he married Madeline Badeau and later he married Susan Poirier. He was employed in the fields of drafting, design and construction and more recently owned a contracting business in Connecticut. Survivors include his wife; his children, Rhonda (Mrs. Francis) Tash; Roger Boyce and Brian Boyce; a granddaughter; a grandson; two sisters; aunts, uncles, and several nieces and nephews.
, 39, of Northfield, died Jan. 7. Born in 1957 in Keene, N.H., he was the son of Randall and Louella (Henderson) Boardman. He graduated from Northfield High School. He was a carpenter and was most recently employed by Allard's Remodeling Company and Wright's Painting Company. Survivors include his father; his sister, Vicki Lawry; a half-brother, Gregory Bolduc; two half-sisters, Lane LaPierre and Alicia Inglesias; two nieces and several cousins.
, 79, formerly of Tunbridge, died Jan. 5. Born in 1917 in Tunbridge, she was the daughter of Clarence and Gladys (Perkins) Folsom. She attended schools in Tunbridge and South Royalton High School. In 1935, she married William E. Boardman Sr., who died in 1983. She spent her life as a homemaker, parent and grandmother. Survivors include her children, Myrna Camp, William Jr., Brenda Marceau, Lou Boardman and Denton Boardman; 15 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; two brothers; five sisters; many nieces and nephews.
, 78, of Montpelier, died Jan. 7. Born in 1918 in Bristol, she was the daughter of Samuel and Loretta (Hammond) Vondle. She graduated from Brandon High School. In 1937, she married Rene Brunelle, who died in 1990. She was a member of the St. Augustine Parish. Survivors include a son, Francis; a daughter, Nancy Macey; three grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
, 90, of Berlin, died Jan. 8. Born in 1906 in Vershire, she was the daughter of Jerry and Mary (Currier) O'Day. She attended schools in Vershire. In 1935, she married Raymond Long, who died in 1987. Survivors include two sons, Raymond Jr. and Douglass; six grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
, 88, formerly of Northfield, died Jan. 9. Born in 1908 in Northfield, she was the daughter of Guy and Olive (Freeman) Howe. She was educated in Northfield and Windsor schools and graduated from Windsor High School. In 1940, she married Gordon Garfield, who died in 1977. She was an operator at the former Windsor Telephone office and was a member of the Rachel S. Harlow United Methodist Church in Windsor. Survivors include her brother, Herbert G. Howe; nieces and nephews.
, 79, of Barre, died Jan. 9. Born in 1917 in Barre, she was the daughter of William and Cassie (Shores) Farquharson. She was educated in Barre schools and Spaulding High School. She worked at the former Eric's Restaurant. She married Gerald J. Richardson; they later divorced. Survivors include a son, Robert; a granddaughter; a cousin; several nieces and nephews.
, 88, of Duxbury, died Jan. 9. Born in 1908 in Swanton, she was the daughter of George and Eva (Bellegarde) Penell. She was a graduate of St. Anne's Academy in Swanton and received her RN degree from Bishop DeGoesbriand School of Nursing in Burlington. In 1940, she married James Welch, who died in 1958. She was employed in the Burlington area as a nurse and later worked at the Tuberculosis Sanatorium in Pittsford. She worked at the Vermont State Hospital in Waterbury, retiring in 1971. She was a member of St. Andrew's Church. Survivors include one son, George; two grandsons; one granddaughter; four great-grandsons; nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 60, of Middlesex, died Jan. 9. Born in 1936 in New York City, he was the son of Ellen (Brockway) and Charles Raymond. He received his education in New Jersey, graduating from Union (N.J.) High School. He served with the Air Force. Survivors include his wife; three sons, Nicholas, Joseph and Michael; four daughters, Nancy Raymond, Bonnie Nolan, Sandra Raymond and Katherine Raymond; four grandchildren; his mother; two brothers; nieces and nephews.
, 89, of Cabot, died Jan. 9. Born in 1907 in Cabot, she was the daughter of George and Olie (Morrill) Laird. She attended public schools in Cabot. She had worked as a domestic in Mas-sachusetts and New Hampshire, returning to Cabot to care for her parents. In 1958, she married William Lowery, who died in 1964. She was a member of the United Church of Cabot. Survivors include a step-daughter, Mrs. Helen Rimikis; a step-granddaughter; several nieces, nephews and cousins.