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, 75, of Montpelier, died Jan.21.Born in 1923 in Montpelier, she was the daughter of Clyde and Irene (Child) Baird.She attended Moretown Village Grade School and graduated from Montpelier Seminary.In 1947, she married Italo Morandi.She worked at National Life Insurance Co., retiring in 1974.She was a member of the Trinity United Methodist Church.Survivors include her husband; two sisters, Eleanor White and Janice Coates; many nieces and nephews.
, 41, of Barre Town, died Jan.15.Born in 1957 in Barre, he was the son of Raoul and Flora (Messier) Martineau.He attended St.Monica School and graduated from Spaulding High School.He worked on the family farm and was employed by Bates and Murray as a master electrician and also for National Life.He was a member of St.Monica Church.Survivors include his father; three sisters, Rita Martineau, Diane Clough and Marielle McKay; a niece, aunts and uncles.
, 81, formerly of Barre, died Jan.17.Born in 1917 in Rock Island, Quebec, Canada, he was the son of Edward and Helen (Sequin) Chartier.He attended school in Barre Town and served in the Army during WWII.In 1940, he married Marion Stewart, who died in 1989.They had moved to Connecticut and then to Petersburg, Fla., where they owned and operated a laundromat.They later moved to East Montpelier and when his wife died, he moved to Conn.Survivors include three daughters, Doris Reynard, Diane Chartier and Barbara Russell; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; two sisters.
, 43, of Duxbury, died Jan.17.Born in 1955 in Burbank, Calif., she was the daughter of Theodore Eckfeldt and Marilyn (Motuliak) Eckfeldt Duranleau.She graduated from Spaulding High School and continued her education at Kansas State University and Johnson State College.She worked as the activities director at Rowan Court Health and Rehab.Center and at National Life of Vermont.Recently, she was employed by Washington County Mental Health and at Kirby House in Waterbury.She was a member of the Waterbury Ambulance Service.Survivors include a sisters, Jayne Watkins; a brother, Ralph Duranleau; several nieces and nephews.
, 80, of Montpelier, died Jan.16.Born in 1918 in Northfield, he was the son of Arthur and Lillian (Gonyea) Parry Sr.He was educated in St.Monica's School in Barre.In 1942, he married Martha Jean Baull.He served in the Army during WWII and after discharge, began working for the Montpelier-Barre Railroad.He retired in 1978.Survivors include his wife; five daughters, Naomi Hudson, Virginia Sprague, Lillian Pixley, Betty-Ann Hopkins and Nina Witham; three sons, Joseph Jr., Allan and Michael; one sister; two brothers; 31 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren.
, 67, of Moretown, died Jan.19.Born in 1932 in Atlanta, Ga., she was the daughter of Walter and Cora (Sanders) Moore Sr.She attended schools in Atlanta.In 1946, she married Claude Green, who died in 1991.She worked at Sprague Electric in Barre and later as a psychiatric technician at the Vermont State Hospital in Waterbury.More recently she had worked at Adams Lumber Co.in Moscow.Survivors include three daughters, Joyce Martin, Claudia Perry and Darlene Veal; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; four sisters; three brothers; nieces and nephews.
, 90, of Northfield, died Jan.18.Born in 1090 in Northfield, he was the son of Fred and Ida (Swann) Sears.In 1930, he married Jessie Maude Sayers, who died in 1985.In 1986, he married Arlene Curtis.He worked as a farmer at Stillman Stevens' farm and later at Ken Weston's farm.He drove tractor-trailer trucks for Faster Food Products of New York City and had been night watchman at Northfield Wood Products and worked for Ed Spada at the South Village Mobil in So.Northfield.Survivors include his wife; two sons, Norman and Kenneth; four daughters, Lucy (Mrs.Roger) Hovey; Nada (Mrs.Robert) Kelley; Helen (Mrs.Ray) Thompson; Margaret (Mrs.Donald) Therber; 28 grandchildren; 54 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; six stepchildren; 12 step-grandchildren; seven step-great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews.
, 82, of Calais, died Jan.18.Born in 1917 in Wolcott, she was the daughter of Carrie (Walsh) and Urban Martin.She graduated from Craftsbury Academy and the University of Vermont-Mary Fletcher School of Nursing.In 1942, she married George Orvis Boyles, who died in 1963.She had done general duty nursing at United Hospital in Port Chester, N.Y.and later at Bennington College.She founded the Dog River Workshop along with a friend, Louise McMartin.They produced handcrafts and wrote children's stories.She also ran a private kindergarten and helped establish the area's first Head Start program.She was a member of the United Church in Northfield.In 1967, she moved to Calais and after earning a bachelor's degree at Goddard College, worked as a school nurse in Northfield and at the Berlin Elementary School, retiring in 1980.Survivors include three children, Margaret Boyles, Patricia Boyles and Peter Boyles; three grandchildren; a sister; three brothers.
, formerly of Barre and more recently of Boston, Mass., died Jan.19.He was born in Barre and had lived in Wareham, Mass.for the past 43 years.He received bachelor and master degrees in music from Boston University.He taught in Wareham (Mass.) public schools and became vice principal of Decas School in 1973 and principal in 1974.He retired in 1995.He was a member of the First Congregational Church.
, Jr., 58, formerly of Bethel, died Jan.17.Born in 1940 in Hanover, N.H., he was the son of Gordon and Eunice (Kingsbury) Brown.He was educated in Gaysville and Bethel schools.He served in the Army for several years and was a mechanic for Freys Engine Rebuild Co.in Clarksville, Tenn.Survivors include two sons, James and Joseph; a daughter, Shannon Brown; two brothers; two sisters; three grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
, 90, formerly of Barre, died Jan.14.Born in 1908 in Buffalo, N.Y., she was the daughter of William and Helen (Gray) Cumming.The family moved to Barre when she was a child and she attended Barre school, graduating from Spaulding High School.She majored in accounting at Hunter College in New York City and was a bookkeeper for the family business, Granite City Tool Co.in Barre and Elberton, GA.She was a member of the Barre Congregational Church.Survivors include three nephews, Donald Allen, Robert Eisenwinter and Allan Eisenwinter; five nieces, Joan Thompson, Dorothy Peck, Constance Sanvik, Mavid Thompson and Lucille Martin.
, 83, of Montpelier, died Jan.15.Born in 1915 in West Rutland, he was the son of Charles and Nellie (Fosberg) Kelley.He graduated from West Rutland High School and in 1937, married Eleanor McMahon.He served in the Civil Air Patrol during WWII.He was employed as manager of M.H.Fishman's and later was purchasing agency and inventory controller for Goldburg Auto in St.Johnsbury.He was a member of St.Monica Church.Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Therese (Mrs.Gerald) McNamara; a granddaughter; three great-grandsons; a brother; several nieces and nephews.
, 76, of Barre, died Jan.19.Born in 1922 in Concord, he was the son of Antonio and Bertina (Cerasoli) Chiuchiolo.The family moved to Barre in 1924, where he attended schools.He moved back to Concord to live with his grandparents and graduated from Concord High School.He attended Tri-State College in Indiana and graduated from the University of Vermont with a bachelor's degree in education.In 1947, he married Constance Rossi.He served in the Marine Corps during WWII.He had been a reporter for the former Barre Daily Times and worked at Consolidated Memorials of Barre.From 1969 until retiring in 1978, he taught industrial arts at Williamstown High School.He had been affiliated with the First Presbyterian Church of Barre.Survivors include his wife; a son, John; two daughters, Jan Fortier and Paula Chiuchiolo; a sister; a brother; three nephews.
, 85, of Barre, died Jan.18.Born in 1913 in Barre, she was the daughter of Herbert and Mary (Silvi) Abbey.She attended elementary school in Berlin and graduated from Montpelier High School.In 1934, she married Alphonse Desilets, who died in 1974.In 1977, she married John Cerutti.She had worked for Nationwide Insurance in Montpelier and Harold Howes Construction and Real Estate Co.She retired in 1977 from the Vermont Department of Social Welfare.She later worked for the Vermont Department of Taxes.She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Montpelier and the Hedding United Methodist Church.Survivors include her husband; a daughter, Nancy Gale; a son, Alan Desilets; three step-daughters, Jane Tait, Martha Howe and Diane Root; a stepson, Bryan Cerutti; 13 grandchildren; two great-granddaughters; nieces and nephews.
, 9, of Royalton, died Jan.16.Born in 1989 in Randolph, she was the daughter of Edward and Sadie (Quillia) Dodge III.She had attended Sharon Elementary School and was a third grade student at South Royalton Elementary School.She had attended Sunday School at Bethel United Church and Royalton Congregational Church.Survivors include her mother and step-father, Leonard Tetrault; her father; a sister, Yvonne Dodge; a half-brother, Jashua Tetrault; grandfather, Ronald Quillia Sr.; grandparents, Betty and Gerald Boulanger; grandmother, Patricia Hooker; great-grandmother, Mary Pratt; aunts, uncles and cousins.
, 81, of Montpelier, died Jan.19.Born in 1917 in Barre, she was the daughter of Carlo and Regina (Abbiati) Colombo.She attended Barre schools and graduated from Spaulding High School.She later attended the former Barre City Hospital School of Nursing.Her husband, Bernard James Owens, died in 1966.She was employed as a bookkeeper for several Montpelier businesses including her husband's plumbing and heating service.Survivors include two nieces, Sandra Nelson and Susan Somaini; grandnieces and nephews.
, 76, of Northfield, died Jan.26.Born in 1922 in Franklin, she was the daughter of Joseph and Jenny (Parrizo) Lavender.She attended schools in Franklin.In 1938, she married Claude White, who died in 1958.She raised her children in Brattleboro and worked as a journey-woman at the Book Press in Brattleboro.She was a member of St.Michael's Catholic Church.Survivors include a daughter, Carolyn Marsha; a step-daughter, Katherine Davidson; a granddaughter; a great-granddaughter; many nieces and nephews.