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, 70, of Montpelier, died Nov. 4. Born in 1928 in Charlestown, he was the son of Harley and Ethel (Holt) Bly. He worked as a technician for the Vermont Agency of Transportation. Survivors include three brothers, John, Harley and Edward; a sister, Alice Gonyaw.
, 82, of Randolph, died Nov. 9. Born in 1916 in Randolph, she was the daughter of Clayton and Grace (Bannister) McGee. She attended Randolph elementary and high schools. In 1935, she married Kenneth Tabor, who died in 1985. She was a member of the United Church of Randolph. She had worked with her husband as a custodian at the Brookfield School and cleaned houses in the Randolph/Brookfield area and also worked at the Demerett Canning Factory in Randolph and Green Trails of Brookfield. Survivors include three sons, Gilbert, Kenneth Jr., and Church; three daughters, Geri Davis, Nathalie Whitney and Betty Anne Tabor; a sister; 15 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren.
, 67, of Barre, died Nov. 10. Born in 1931 in St. Johnsbury, she was the daughter of Napoleon and Lena (Garvais) Choiniere. She graduated from St. Johnsbury Academy and was a loan officer at the State of Vermont Credit Union. Her husband, Leo Jodoin, died in 1979. Survivors include a son, Michael; a daughter, Pamela Pickering; a sister; three grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
, 83, of Bethel, died Nov. 17. Born in 1915 in Washington, she was the daughter of Guy and Dora Toby. She was educated in Washington area schools. In 1940 she married Harrison Hood, who died in 1996. Most of her life was spent in Adamant. She came to Bethel Gilead in 1980 and in 1995 moved to the Gifford Elder Care in Randolph. More recently she lived at the Mayo Resident Home in Northfield. Survivors include a son, Victor; a sister, Ina Slayton; three grandchildren; four great-grandchildren.
, 92, of Waterbury, died Nov. 17. Born in 1906, she was the daughter of Edwin and Jennie (Henderson) Foster. In 1931, she married Harold St. Louis, who died in 1981. She was a homemaker and a member of the Wesley United Methodist Church. Survivors include her daughter, Sallie S. Martin; two nephews.
, 88, of Barre, died Nov. 16. Born in 1910 in Barre, he was the son of Giacomo and Amelia (Mariotti) Billi. He attended Barre schools and graduated from Spaulding High School. He married Dorothy Andreoletti. He was an independent plumber and heating contractor in the Barre area and was a member of the St. Monica Church. Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Faralie (Mrs. Thomas) Flynn and Kay (Mrs. John) Storti; seven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; two nephews.
, 88, of Hardwick, died Nov. 16. Born in 1910 in Thetford, he was the son of Henry and Adeline (Goulette) Fogg. He attended Eden public schools. He was married to Zelma Carr, who died in 1959. In 1964, he married Clara Travers Fuller. He was an electronic technician, operating his own business for 53 years, before retiring in 1987. He was a member of the United Church of Hardwick. Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Helen Rucker and Mrs. Anita Hamilton; a brother; five grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren.
, 64, of Barre, died Nov. 14. Born in 1934 in Barre, she was the daughter of Arthur and Evon (Rousse) Peabody. She attended the Holy Ghost School in Graniteville and graduated from Spaulding High School. She was a customer service representative for Paige and Campbell Insurance Agency, retiring after 30 years. She was a member of St. Monica's Church in Barre. Survivors include a sister, Rosemary Marineau; two brothers, William and Eugene; nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.
, 91, of Barre, died Nov. 13. Born in 1907 in Bradford, he was the son of Frederick and Lilla (Demar) Sanborn. He grew up in West Bradford and attended Bradford Academy. In 1962, he married Ivis May Hood, who died in 1977. He owned and operated Kendall Sanborn's Sawmill and was a self-employed blacksmith and cider mill operator. Survivors include two sisters, Dorothy Anderson and Madelyn Slack; four step-sons, Ralph Clough, Roger Clough, Roy Clough and Dennis Clough; three step-daughters, Pena Bozarth, Mabel Clifford and Linda Clifford; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Numerous step-nieces and nephews.
, 66, of Hardwick, died Nov. 14. Born in 1932 in Hardwick, he was the son of Henry and Laura (Cloth) Dodge. He attended Hardwick public schools. He was married to Mary Kirby and later to Patricia Colbeth. He had been employed by the Pratt and Reed Company in Morrisville and for Precision Woodworking in Morrisville. He retired in 1994. Survivors include his companion, Mary Reed; two sons, Edward III and Ricky; five daughters, Betty Capron, Laura Dodge, Lisa Royce, Laurie Deth and Shirley Tanner; a brother; four sisters; 13 grandchildren.
, 37, of Middlesex, died Nov. 16. Born in 1961 in Barre, she was the daughter of Herve and Yvonne (Pellerin) Pellerin. She attended St. Monica's School and graduated from Spaulding High School. She also attended Trinity College in Washington, D.C. In 1980, she married John Drury. She was employed at the Vermont State Hospital and then became a correction's officer and then a parole officer for the State of Vermont, a position she held until 1993. She formed the music group "Jeter Le Pont" and she, her husband and sons formed the musical group "Chainon." Survivors include her husband; two sons, Eric and Ian; two sisters; four brothers.
, 58, of Chelsea, died Nov. 16. Born in 1940, he was the son of Athol and Beatrice (Driver) Coburn. He attended school in Chelsea. In 1965, he married Betsy Taplin. He worked at Fyles and Rice Veneer Mill in Bethel and Malmquist Sawmill in Post Mills. He was a quarryman for the Rock of Ages Corporation in Barre. Survivors include his wife; a son, Wayne; two daughters, Sheila Doyle and Alesia Fisher; two brothers; two grandchildren; a great-granddaughter.
, 61, of Northfield Falls, died Nov. 16. Born in 1936 in Roxbury, she was the daughter of Hester (Pope) Jordon. She graduated from Northfield High School and attended the State University of New York, where she earned an associates degree in nutrition. She married Edward Croney, who died in 1994. She had been employed as an assistant dietician by Barre City Hospital, Heaton Hospital, Berlin Convalescent Home and Physician's Hospital in Plattsburgh, N.Y. She graduated from Vermont College in 1988 and went to work for the Northfield School System in special education. She later worked at Ames, Price Chopper and Rich's Department Store. She was a past member of St. Mary's Episcopal Church in Northfield. Survivors include her mother; a brother, Richard Pope; a stepson, William Croney; a stepdaughter, E. Jamieson; her companion and caregiver, Raymond Alvarez; two step-grandchildren.
, 70, of Bethel, died Nov. 17. Born in 1928 in Bethel, he was the son of Arden and Hazel (Rand) Edmunds. He was educated in Bethel schools and was a graduate of Whitcomb High School. He worked for the Randolph Floral Company and later worked at the Waterbury Company in Randolph and operated Edmunds Greenhouse. He was a selectman for the town of Bethel and was the Bethel Cemetery commissioner. He was a member of the United Church. Survivors include a brother, Arden Jr.; a sister, Martha Stetson.
, 82, formerly of Barre, died Nov. 15. Born in 1915 in Barre, he was the son of Edward and Evelyn (Duncan) Finnie. He attended Barre schools and Spaulding High School. In 1983, he married Jeannette Tousignant. He served in the Army during WWII. He was a floor covering installer at the B.W. Hooker Furniture Store and later owned and operated Finnie's Floor Covering Store in Montpelier, retiring in 1978. He was affiliated with the First Presbyterian Church of Barre. Survivors include his wife; two brothers, James and Thomas; a sister, Katie Johnson; nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews.
, 93, of Northfield, died Nov. 14. Born in 1904 in Montpelier, he was the son of Charles and Zillah (Smith) Goodrich. He graduated from Northfield High School and later attended Norwich University. He married Charlotte Brown, who died in 1959. He had worked for the Northfield Telephone Company and TDS Telecom. He was a member of the United Church of Northfield and the Vermont Army National Guard. Survivors include his wife, Jean; one son, Charles; two daughters, Hildagarde Searle and Lauraine Goodrich; a step-son, Arthur Jones; nine grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews.
, 79, of Bethel, died Nov. 14. Born in 1919 in Fayston, she was the daughter of Raymond and Marjorie (Dustin) Campbell. She was educated in Bethel schools and graduated from Whitcomb High School. In 1942, she married Cloise White, who died in 1997. She had worked in Bethel for the Hot Lunch Program and a waitress at Hotel Emery and at Mills Store. Survivors include a son, Norman; a sister, Ramona Adams; three granddaughters.
, 88, formerly of Barre, died Nov. 15. Born in 1910 in Waterbury, he was the son of Floyd and Ethel Viola (Douglas) Edwards. He attended schools in Waterbury. He married Alice Chamberland, who died in 1955. He then married Joan Dodge Putnam in 1955, who died in 1981. He was a truck driver for various construction and trucking companies. He had moved to Denver, Colorado in 1990 and was a member of the Calvary Bible Evangelical Free Church there. Survivors include a son, Ray; three sisters; three brothers; two grandchildren; four great-grandchildren.
, 94, of Montpelier, died Nov. 20. Born in 1904 in Toledo, Ohio, she was the daughter of Theodore and Ines (Willard) Day. The family moved to Randolph, where she attended elementary school and graduated from Randolph High School. She also graduated from the advanced teachers training program. After a brief career in teaching, she went into civil service in 1930 and moved to Montpelier and began employment as a secretary to the Veterinarian-in-charge in the Bureau of Animal Industry, later known as Department of Agriculture. She became administrative assistant in 1960 and retired in 1967. She was a member of Bethany Congregational Church. Survivors include a brother, Robert Day; nephews; a niece; great-nephews and nieces.