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, 104, formerly of McIndoe Falls, Vt., died Jan. 12, 2008, at the St. Johnsbury Health & Rehabilitation Center. She was born in East Hardwick, Vt., April 12, 1903, the daughter of George and Ida Mae (Allen) Wilson. A longtime McIndoes resident, she had resided at the nursing home for the past eight years. Although she spent most of her life as a homemaker, she had worked at the former East Ryegate paper mill. She was a member of the First Congregational Church of McIndoe Falls UCC and the Ladies Society of the Church, the Chat 'n Chew Club of McIndoes, and the Jolly 8 Bridge Club. She enjoyed traveling, cooking, and Friday afternoon teas with her family and friends. Mrs. Blondeau was predeceased by three husbands, Ernest "Pat" Plamondon on Dec. 26, 1951, Norman McGill in Dec. 1954, and Joseph Lorenzo Blondeau on June 21, 1992; by her sister, Lyda Pinkham; by her son-in-law, Bill Locke on Feb. 14, 1995; and by her stepson, Oliver McGill. Survivors include two daughters, Kay Locke of McIndoe Falls, and Priscilla Locke and her husband Bob of Monroe; one son, Wilson Plamondon and his wife, Louise of Coral Springs, Fla.; 12 grandchildren 15 great-grandchildren and 17 great-great-grandchildren; four stepchildren, Iris Gardner, Joyce Ryder, Gloria Russell, and Norman McGill; and several nieces and nephews. A calling hour will be on Thursday, Jan. 17 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Ricker Funeral Home, 1 Birch St., Woodsville, N.H. The funeral service will be on Friday, Jan. 18 at 2 p.m. in the funeral home with the Rev. Donald Thomas officiating. Spring burial will be in Monroe Village Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the First Congregational Church of McIndoe Falls UCC, c/o Eloise Pearl, Treas., McIndoe Falls, VT 05050.
, 50, 40 South Main St., Lisbon, N.H., died peacefully with his family by his side on Friday, Jan. 11, 2008. He was born in Littleton, N.H., the son of Clarence and Elsie (LeMay) Pickens. He graduated from Lisbon Regional School and joined the U.S. Marines Corp in 1975 where he worked as a motor port transport. He owned and operated Pickens Snowmobile Shop in Bethlehem, N.H. He also operated a landscaping business in Lisbon, N.H. He was a member of the Woodsville Sons of the American Legion Ross-Wood Post 20. He was a charter member of the Flying Iron Motorcycle Club. They began the club October of 1986 and recently celebrated their 21st anniversary. He loved riding his motorcycle and spending time with his family. He was pre-deceased by his father Clarence, and two brothers Brian and Glen. He is survived by his mother, Elsie (LeMay) Pickens, Littleton; his wife, Laurie (Payette) Pickens, Littleton; a son, James Knights, Wells River, Vt.; a daughter, Tiffany Knights, St. Johnsbury, Vt.; three grandchildren, Eric, Abram, and Kyra; three brothers, Steve and wife Valerie Pickens, Lisbon, N.H., Clarence Pickens, St. Johnsbury, Vt., and Robert Pickens, Lisbon, N.H.; two sisters, Linda and husband Larry Gadwah, Littleton, N.H., and Bonnie Robbins, Lisbon, N.H.; and aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. Visiting Hours will be held on Monday, Jan. 14, 2008, from 6 to 8 p.m., at the Ross Funeral Home, Lisbon Chapel. Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2008, 11 a.m., at the Lisbon Chapel. Burial will take place in the spring at Grove Hill Cemetery, Lisbon.
, age 50, of Lisbon, N.H., passed away on Jan. 8, 2008, at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H., after a long illness. Terry was born on Feb. 3, 1957, a daughter to Francis and Mona Boutin in Plymouth, N.H. She attended school in Lisbon, N.H. Terry married Stanley Smith on June 22, 1974 and together they raised their two children, Kristen and Travis. She had many hobbies such as knitting, crocheting and gardening. She enjoyed painting, which she began doing with lessons, then continued on her own. Terry is survived by her husband, Stanley Smith of Lisbon, N.H.; her daughter, Kristen Landry; her son, Travis Smith; her parents, Francis and Mona Boutin; her sister, Donna Cate; her brother, Tony Boutin; and many nieces and nephews. Services will be private at the convenience of the family.
, 63, of Barre, died Sept. 14. Born in 1936, he was the son of Luigi and Helen (Kelley) Bogni. He attended schools in Barre and married Mary White. He was employed as a nurses' aide at the Vermont State Hospital in Waterbury. Survivors include a brother, Edward Bogni; an aunt, Rose Loverin.
, 50, formerly of Montpelier, died Sept. 2. Survivors include a son, Eric Elliott; her parents, Robert and Julia Northrop and Adele Fox Machia; her grandmother, Jean Fox; four brothers, Michael, Stephen, Bill and Chas; two sisters, Pat Boutilier and Grace Freeman.
, 89, formerly of Montpelier, died Sept. 14. Born in St. Albans, he was the son of George and Josephine Utley. He attended public schools in Rutland, graduating from Rutland High School and the University of Vermont with a degree in Civil Engineering. He served with the Army Reserve during WWII. He was a Planning and Program Engineer with the Federal Highway Administration in New York and Vermont, retiring in 1973. He was a member of the Bethany United Church of Christ in Montpelier and a previous member of the Grace Congregational Church in Rutland. Survivors include two sons, Ronald and Gayle; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.
, 87, formerly of Randolph, died Sept. 13. Born in 1912 in Randolph, she was attended Randolph schools. Her husband, Rosario Bacon, died in 1994. She worked in the gluing room at Webster's Mill in Randolph and was a past member of the United Church of Randolph. Survivors include nieces and nephews.
, 75, of Barre, died Sept. 15. Born in 1924 in Barre, she was the daughter of Charles and Merena (Fisher) Arnholm and attended schools in Barre. She was employed by the John R. Miles Supply Co. and also worked as a caregiver. Survivors include two brothers and one sister.
, 80, formerly of Barre, died Sept. 13. He attended St. Monica School and Spaulding High School. He was a pilot in the Air Force during WWII. Survivors include two sons, Michael and Bryant; two brothers; one sister.
, 57, formerly of Barre, died Sept. 12. Born in 1941 in Stoneham, Mass., she was the daughter of Salvatore and Ailene (Ferris) D'Agostino. She grew up and attended schools in Saugus, Mass. and had lived in Barre and St. Johnsbury, Vt., before moving to Lancaster, N.H. in 1981. She did volunteer work at Lancaster Elementary School and was a member of the Christ United Methodist Church. Survivors include two sons, Richard Jr. and Steven; two daughters, Cheryle McAllister and Nancy Bonney; a sister; four grandchildren.
, 72, of West Brookfield, died Sept. 10. Born in 1927 in Lyndhurst, N.J., he was the son of Elmer and Margaret (Lorden) Sanborn. He attended Lyndhurst schools. He served in the Navy during WWII and following discharge, he and his brother Edward operated Sanborn's Deli. He worked as a pipe insulator until retirement. In 1948, he married Isabelle Marie Reilly. They moved to Vermont in 1986. He was a member of Saints Donatian and Rogatian Catholic Church in Randolph. Survivors include his wife; five sons, David Jr., Donald, William, Charles and John; four daughters, Eileen Cramsie, Margaret Kirkpatrick, Mary Borie and Maureen Morse; three brothers; two sisters; 27 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
, 77, of Montpelier, died recently. Born in 1922 in Barre, he was the son of George and Marion (Pollard) Burnes. He was educated in the Montpelier schools and graduated from Montpelier High School. He served in the Navy during WWII. He retired as manager of the Blanchard Block in Montpelier in 1977. Prior to that he had been an engineer with the Vermont State Highway Dept. and co-owner of Capital Candy Co. In 1946, he married Daphne Smith. Survivors include his wife; a niece, Robin Blanchard; a nephew, George Burnes; several grand nieces and nephews.
, 86, of Williamstown, died Sept. 10. Born in 1913 in Williamstown, he was the son of Norman and Eliza (MacIver) Morrison. He attended Williamstown schools and graduated from Williamstown High School. He worked for the Vermont Forestry Service and was a veteran of the Army, serving during WWII. In 1945, he began employment at the Trow and Holden Co. in Barre, retiring in 1979. In 1941, he married Ervine Webster. He had been a member of the Graniteville Presbyterian Church. Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Maureen Marble; a son, Norman; four grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
, 62, formerly of Waitsfield, died Sept. 25. Born in 1937 in Waitsfield, she was the daughter of Francis and Clarabelle (Haskins) Carrier. In 1981, she moved to New Jersey, where she was manager of the WA WA store in Englishtown and later was a switchboard operator at Jersey Shore Medical Center in Neptune. She retired two years ago. Survivors include two brothers, Douglas Carrier and Gary Carrier; a sister, Beverley Swasay.
, 83, of Berlin, died Sept. 26. Born in 1915 in Wesbterville, he was the son of Peter and Lula (Nye) O'Connor. He attended schools in Barre Town. In 1938, he married Josephine Lorezini, who died in 1996. He was employed by Sanguinette Granite Co. and Rouleau Granite Co., as a maintenance man. He retired in 1980. He had served in the Army during WWII and was a member of St. Monica Parish. Survivors include a son, Robert; five daughters, Lorraine Porter, Barbara Hersey, Patricia Grother, Rose O'Connor and Eileen O'Connor; two sisters; nine grandchildren; five great-grandchildren.
, 93, of Randolph, died Sept. 27. Born in 1906 in Danville, she was the daughter of Harvey and Lillian (Bryant) Burbank. She attended Danville schools and received a master's degree from the University of Vermont. She also graduated from New York City's Parson's School of Art in Paris, France. In 1932, she married Robert Lamson. She taught art at UVM and worked for White River Valley Herald in Randolph. She was a member of the Bethany Church. Survivors include her husband; two sons, Thomas and Alan; two daughters, Judith Blackmer and Sylvia Hutchinson; seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren.
, 74, of Randolph, died Sept. 26. Born in 1924 in Barre, he was the son of Howard Hill and Pearl Wright Reid. He attended local schools, graduated from Spaulding High School, attended the University of Vermont and graduated from Temple University School of Dentistry. In 1949, he married Ellen Frances Page. He practiced dentistry for 37 years. He was a member of St. John's Episcopal Church. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Stephen and Proctor; two daughters, Jane Reid and Susan Arnowitt-Reid; one brother; one sister; seven grandchildren; many nieces and nephews.
, 72, of Barre City, died Sept. 30. Born in 1927 in Graniteville, he was the son of Edouard and Rosa (Bourget) Carbonneau. He attended Holy Ghost School in Graniteville and graduated from Spaulding High School. He was a veteran of the Army, serving in Germany from 1945-46. In 1950, he married Colette Savoie. He had worked for the former People's National Bank and in 1954, formed the Hillside Saw Plant in Barre with his partner Wilfred Fisher. In 1960, he became the sole owner of the business which is known today as Hillside Stone Products Inc. and is operated by his son and daughter. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Michael and Randall; two daughters, Sarah Somerville and Rebekah Ruel; three grandsons; four brothers; three sisters.
, 44, of Barre, died Sept. 29. Born in 1954 in Barre, she was the daughter of Robert and Geraldine (Gennett) Rielly. She attended Spaulding High School. She was employed as security guard at the Statehouse in Montpelier and later at Capital Candy Co. in Barre. Survivors include her parents; four brothers, Michael Tatro, John Rielly, Patrick Rielly and Lawrence Graves; a sister, Tomilie Graves.
, 92, formerly of Barre died Sept. 28. Born in 1907 in St. Cloud, Minn., he was the son of Rudolph and Agnes (Bach) Yaeger. In 1938, he married Ruth Elizabeth Gilland. They moved to Barre in 1935, where he worked at Rock of Ages Corp. He was a member of Saint Monica Catholic Church. In 1977, he retired and moved to Ariz. and later to Colo. Survivors include his wife; one son, W. Patrick Yaeger; two daughters, Sudan dyke and Ruthann Yaeger; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren.
, 83, formerly of Williamstown, died Sept. 3. She was the daughter of Norman and Annie Murray and graduated from Williamstown High School. She earned her RN degree at Bellevue Hospital in New York City and practiced at Bellevue, Cedars of Sinai in Los Angeles and Lago Hospital in Aruba. She married Edward Byington and they moved to Austin, Texas after retirement, summering in Williamstown. Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Martha and Maryanne; many nieces and nephews.
, 71, of Worcester, died recently. Born in 1928 in East Calais, she was the daughter of Elmer and Dorothy M. (Chapin) Celley. She attended school in East Calais and in 1948, married Herbert Cane, who died in 1996. They bought the Cane Farm in 1060 and farmed until 1980. In 1981, they bought the Woodbury Country Store, operating it until retirement in 1988. Survivors include one daughter, Deborah winters; two sons, Lawrence and Timothy; seven grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; one sister; nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 81, of Albany, N.Y. and formerly of Montpelier, died March 16. Born in 1918 in Montpelier, she was the daughter of Robert and Karen (Jensen) Dobey. She graduated from St. Michael's High School and received a degree in business administration from Vermont Junior College. In 1943, she married Albert Garback, who died in 1997. She was an administrative assistant for Dorfman's Accounting Firm and later a secretary at the Gloversville Board of Education, retiring in 1974. She was a member of the Gloversville (N.Y.) Sacred Heart Church. Survivors include two daughters, Karen Garback and Kim Diaz; one sister; a granddaughter; several nieces and nephews.
, 67, of Waterbury Center, died Sept. 30. Born in 1932 in Monkton, he was the son of Arthur and Eleanor (Devoid) Haskins. He attended schools in Ripton and Monkton. In 1952, he married Elizabeth Ann Tatro, who died in 1993. He worked at Barnes Tree Service, Farr's Tree Service and Jennison's Tree Service, was a heavy equipment operator for Clyde Morse and worked for Berno Lumber Company. He also was a route driver for The Times Argus for 16 years. He served in the Army during the Korean War. Survivors include three daughters, Barbara Carpenter, Penny Sprague and Karen Worden; six sons, Wayne Jr., Jerry Sr., Richard, Jeffrey, Thomas and Gregory; 23 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; six brothers; one sister; several nieces and nephews.