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, 57, formerly of Barre and more recently of Franklin, died Sept. 21. Born in 1940 in Barre, he was the son of Lena (DeBlois) LaPerle and the Lionel LaPerle. He graduated from Plainfield High School and served in the Navy. He owned and operated Rainbow Lettering. In 1965, he married Louise Bessette. Survivors include his wife; four daughters, Lisa St. Germain, Lori Ann LaPerle, Lynn LaPerle and Lorna LaPerle; two grandchildren.
, 53, formerly of Hardwick and more recently of Johnson, died Sept. 20. Born in 1945 in Hardwick, he was the son of Frank and Shirley (Beade) Meehan. He attended Hardwick Academy until 1962 when an auto accident rendered him quadriplegic. He then attained his GED in 1963 and graduated from Rusk Institute of Independent Living in 1964. He also mastered three correspondence courses. He was a member of the Vermont Handicapped Association and helped create the original Vermont Wheel Chair Olympics. He married Janet Morey. Survivors include two adopted sons, Chris and Scott; his mother; his grandmother, Martha Barcomb; a sister; four brothers; a granddaughter; several aunts, uncles, nieces and cousins.
, 98, of Berlin, died Sept. 25. Born in 1900 in Moretown, she was the daughter of Howard and Gertrude (Robinson) Bruce. She attended school in Moretown and graduated from Montpelier High School. In 1922, she married Luther S. Booth, who died in 1978. She was head bookkeeper for the Montpelier Savings Bank, retiring in 1965. She was a member of the Montpelier Unitarian Church. Survivors include two sons, Douglas and Donald; one brother; one sister; five grandchildren; five great-grandchildren.
, 75, summer resident of Walden, died Sept. 23. Born in 1923 in Albion, MI, he was the son of Vance Banker and Eula Mae (Loder) Turner. He served in the Army during WWII, and worked for the South Florida Water Management District, retiring in 1979. He was married to Louise (Dague) Foster Turner. Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Sylvia Hall; a son, Leo Turner; a stepson, Fred Foster; a sister; five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.
, 79, of Brookfield, died Sept. 19. Born in 1918 in Brookfield, she was the daughter of M. Alland and Ethel M. (Dustin) Stoddard. She attended Brookfield and Williamstown schools and in 1944, married Dwight H. Townsend. She operated a restaurant in Randolph, worked at Randall Wood Products and later became a real estate agent. Survivors include her husband; five sons, Donald, Rudolph, Dwight, Lawrence and James; a brother; a sister; a half-sister; 16 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews.
, 86, of Highgate Center, died Sept. 20. Born in 1912 in Websterville, she was the son of Thomas and Mary (O'Connor) LaMoy. He graduated from Spaulding High School and in 1940, married Hazel Chamberland. He was employed by the Central Vermont Railroad for over 45 years. After leaving the railroad he worked for the state of Vermont at the Canadian Border Welcome Center. He retired in 1977. Survivors include his wife; four sons, Michael, Edward, John and James; three daughters, Kathleen Mauer, Jeanne Hullett and Mary LaMoy; two brothers; three sisters; eight grandchildren.
, 82, of Northfield, died Sept. 18. Born in 1916 in Moretown, she was the daughter of Fred and Emma (Hodgdon) Berno. She graduated from Northfield High School. In 1937, she married Ralph Hewett, who died in 1961. Survivors include a son, Francis; three daughters, Caroline (Mrs. Ellsworth Nichols) Hewett; Rosemarie (Mrs. Perlie) Lemery and Maryanne Copeland.
, 37, of Tunbridge, died Sept. 19. Born in 1961 in Tunbridge, she was the daughter of Richard and Nancy (Durkee) Densmore. She attended Tunbridge Central School and graduated from Chelsea High School. She worked for Emgee Inc. in Chelsea, Workspace Inc. in Washington and Chelsea, Northern Plastic Work in Bethel and Vermont Wireform Company in Chelsea. She drove school bus for B&M Transportation of Tunbridge and had been an emergency medical technician with First Branch Ambulance Service Inc., serving Tunbridge and Chelsea. Survivors include her mother and stepfather, Nancy and Richard Holmes; three brothers, Thomas, James and Rande Densmore; a sister, Patsy Densmore-Calabra; uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 72, of Montpelier, died Sept. 18. Born in 1925 in Boston, Mass., she was the daughter of Peter Konstantin Davis and Mary (Hazimanolis) Davis. She graduated from Simmons College and received a masters degree in clinical psychology from Wayne State University. She also earned a doctorate in counseling psychology from University of California at Berkeley. In 1957, she married Dion Marc Tresmontan, who died in 1961. In 1974, she married Robert Baker Stitt. She was a self-employed psychological counselor in San Francisco and also taught school and did social work. In 1997, she and her husband moved to Montpelier. Survivors include her husband; two sisters, Kleanthy Kapetanakis and Bessie Jacobs.
, 77, of Walden, died Oct. 1. Born in 1921 in Cabot, he was the son of Archie and Gertrude Strong. He served in the Army during WWII and in 1946, married Marjorie Baron. He farmed in Walden from 1948 to 1968. He and his family moved to East Hardwick, where he served as a Village Trustee and later as selectman in Hardwick. He and his wife moved to South Walden in 1983, where he continued to raise one or two beef cattle each year. Survivors include his wife; one son, Jack; two daughters, Diane Hill and Judy Peterson; six grandchildren; one brother.
, 88, of Montpelier, died Sept. 30. Born in 1910 in Asheville, N.C., she was the daughter of Fredric and Susanna (Merritt) Booth. She attended schools in Ferrisburg and Vergennes and graduated from Middlebury College. In 1935, she married Dr. George V. Goodwin. She was a homemaker and actively involved in her husband's medical practice. She was a member of Bethany Congregational Church. Survivors include one son, Stephen; a daughter, Susan Hopkins; a sister; grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
, 85, of Montpelier, died Oct. 1. Born in 1913 in Lambton, Quebec, Canada, he was the son of Henri Louis and Anna (Turgeon) Gendron. He worked as a dairy farmer on the family farm in East Hardwick and continued the operation after his father died. He moved to Calais in 1976. Survivors include a brother, Louis Gendron; seven sisters, Regina Coolidge, Claire Neve, Imelda Allen, Helen Tilly, Cecile Brackett, Anne Gonyea and Eva Page.
, 70, of Graniteville, died Oct. 1. Born in 1928 in Jacksonville, FL, she was the daughter of J. Frank and Carrie (Brown) Hazelton. She moved to Northfield after the death of her parents and lived with her aunt and uncle, Luther and Rosa Tracy. She attended Northfield Elementary School and graduated from Northfield High School. In 1952, she married Russell O'Hara, who died in 1994. She had worked for New England T&T Co. and later was a bookkeeper for St. Sylvester Church in Graniteville and for Consolidated Memorials in Barre. She retired in 1977. She was a member of St. Sylvester Church in Graniteville. Survivors include two sons, Michael and Stephen; a daughter, Kathryn Robinson; four grandchildren; a half-brother and half-sister; nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 78, of Randolph died Sept. 29. Born in 1920 in Quincy, Mass., he was the son of Victor and Madalene (Webster) Walker. He was educated in Rutland schools. In 1943, he married Lois Snyder. He served with the Army during WWII. He had worked for L.W. Webster Co. in Randolph, retiring in the mid-1980's. Survivors include his wife; his mother; a son, Victor; two daughters, Carol Walker and Deb Walker; four sisters; five grandchildren; a great-grandson.
, 74, of Berlin, died Sept. 29. Born in 1924 in Northfield, she was the daughter of William and Ida (Martin) Flinn. She attended Northfield schools. She worked for Northfield Hoisery, retiring in the mid-1960's. She was a member of St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church of Northfield. Survivors include a brother, Andrew Flinn; four sisters, Martha Flinn, Theresa Bean, Margaret Willey and Katherine Smith; several nieces and nephews.
, 90, of Barre, died Sept. 29. Born in 1908 in Barre, he was the son of Alexander and Louise (Hamel) Henes. He attended schools in Barre and graduated from Goddard Seminary. He was employed as a baker for Ladd's Bakery in Barre and later as a draftsman for the Adams Granite Co., retiring in 1973. In 1937, he married Lillian B. Loignon, who died in 1996. He was a member of St. Monica Church. Survivors include a brother, Arthur Henes; nieces and nephews.
, 41, of Waterbury, died Sept. 26. Born in 1957 in Burlington, he was the son of Reginald and Darlene (Bleau) Erwin. He attended Harwood Union High School in Duxbury. In 1991, he married Carol Merrill (Bleau) Erwin. He worked as a tractor-trailer operator for several companies in the central Vermont area. He later worked with his father doing interior and exterior house painting. Most recently, he was employed by Ben & Jerry's. Survivors include his wife; four sons, Shane, Jarrett, Jeremiah and Josh; his parents; one sister; three brothers; several nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles.
, 85, of Brookfield, died Oct. 3. Born in 1912 in Bethel, he was the son of Charles and Queenie (Harlow) Townsend. He attended Bethel schools. In 1937, he married Doris, who died in 1942. In 1944, he married Thelga Stoddard, who died in September 1998. He worked as a logger farmer and later owned and operated the Mobil Station in Randolph. Survivors include five sons, David, James, Rudolph, Dwight and Lawrence; a sister; 16 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews.
, 86, of Barre, died Oct. 8. Born in 1912 in Barre, she was the daughter of Simon and Helena Isaac. She was married to Samuel Bain Sr., who is deceased. She was a member of St. Monica Church. Survivors include one son, Samuel; three daughters, MaryAnn LaHaise, Susan Bain and Lucinda Bain; nine grandchildren; two brothers; one sister; nieces and nephews.
, 66, formerly of East Montpelier and Calais, died Aug. 30. Born in 1931 in Calais, he was the son of Willis and Emma (Chapin) Hart. He grew up in Calais and lived in East Montpelier for more than 33 years. He moved to New Hampshire in 1997. He worked at Vermont Textiles in North Montpelier and at Associated Memorial Shed in Barre. Survivors include his wife, Rita (Wild) Hart; one daughter, Vicky Scarborough; one foster daughter, Robin Scarborough; his father; a brother; two sisters; an aunt; four grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.