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, 78, of Montpelier, died Jan.6.Born in 1920 in Warren, he was the son of Henry and Lena (Lamorder) Brooks.He was educated in Warren and Montpelier schools, graduated from the University of New Hampshire and from the University of Vermont College of Medicine.He completed his residency at Mary Fletcher Hospital and served in the Army Medical Corps.In 1943, he married Jean Duncan; they divorced.He served at the Vermont State Hospital from 1947, until retiring in 1984.He was a member of Christ Church in Montpelier.Survivors include his former wife; two daughters, Jeanie Martin and Prudy Dowers; two sons, Peter and Jamie; 15 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
, 80, of Bethel, died Jan.9.He attended Bethel Lympus schools and worked as a farmer on several area farms.He served in the Army during WWII and later worked for the Bethel Highway Department, retiring in 1981.In 1947, he married Phyllis Jay, who died in 1970.Survivors include two daughters, Nelberta Lunde and Deborah Brink; three sons, Ronald, Walter and Alan; a sister; 12 grandchildren; a great-grandson; his longtime companion, Alice Lake; several nieces and nephews.
, 69, of Randolph, died Jan.9.Born in 1929 in Brookfield, he was the son of Azel and Georgia (Brown) Hall.He graduated from Randolph High School and served in the Air Force during the Korean War.He owned and operated an auto body shop in Bennington and had worked for Vermont Container in Bennington.Survivors include two daughters, Nancy and Cindy; a brother; two sisters; nieces and nephews.
, 61, of Northfield, died Jan.11.Born in 1937 in Northfield, she was the daughter of Ira and Agnes Mary Martin (Divine) Abbey.She was an artist and enjoyed baking.Survivors include a brother, Leonard; five sisters, Irene Abbey, Doris Abbey, Caroline Bacigalupo, Beatrice Lapier and Barbara Friscia; many nieces and nephews.
, 64, formerly of Waterbury, died Jan.12.Born in 1934 in Winthrop, Mass., she was the daughter of Harold and Pauline (Foster) St.Louis.She was a retired administrative secretary, having worked at universities in Burlington; Jackson, Miss.; Providence, R.I.; and Albany, N.Y.She was a member of St.Joseph's Catholic Church.She was predeceased by her first husband, Maurice Morgan and her second husband, Edward Martin Sr.Survivors include a step-daughter, Thelma Morgan Carrino; 11 stepsons, Norman, Brian, Paul, David, Larry, Keith, Marc, Randall, Daniel, Edward Jr.and Christopher.
, 62, formerly of Barre, died Jan.10 in Vernon, BC.She was raised in Barre.In 1958, married Dennis Rees, who was in the Royal Canadian Navy.They lived in many places across Canada as well as in Holland and Germany.They had recently built a home in the Okanagan.Survivors include her husband; five children, Diana Ferguson, Kerry Rees, Karen Falk, Judy Rees and Robert Rees; eight grandchildren; one sister; two brothers; many nieces and nephews.
, 90, formerly of Barre, died Jan.11 in Claremont, N.H.Born in 1908 in Montpelier, she was the daughter of Henry and Azubah (Slayton) Cate.She attended elementary school in North Montpelier and graduated from Goddard Seminary in Barre.She also took piano lessons at Goddard College.In 1928, she married William Thayer, who died in 1980.She had worked at the Rock of Ages Capacitor plant and at the Vermont Maple Company, both in Barre.She was a member of Jehovah's Witnesses.Survivors include a sister, Rena Long; nieces and nephews.
, 95, formerly of Montpelier and Norwich, died Jan.9.Born in 1903 in Grafton, N.H., she was the daughter of Frank and Flotilla Sleeper.In 1921, she married Ralph Bates, who died in 1948.In 1979, she married Benjamin Tuthill, who died in 1998.Survivors include a daughter, Adelma Ghishan; two sons, Ralph and John; three step-daughters, Marion Smiley, Marilyn Harper, Carolyn Bonner; two step-sons, Alton and Jordan Tuthill; 10 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; a sister-in-law; many nieces and nephews.
, 85, of Morrisville, died Jan.11.Born in 1913 in Craftsbury, he was the son of George and Charlotte (Burnham) Paine.In 1936, he married Irene Talbert.He was a manager at the Stafford Laft Block Co.and owned and operated Paine's Restaurant and Paine's Car Wash, both in Morrisville.He had been a state legislator for eight years, helped organize the Lamoille County Senior Citizens and was involved with Boy Scouts of America and was a former selectman of Morristown.He was a member of the First Congregational Church in Morrisville.Survivors include his wife; a son, Gregory Sargent; an adopted daughter; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; a brother; four sisters.
, 79, of Greensboro Bend, died Jan.10.Born in 1919 in Hardwick, he was the son of Harve and Maude (Burnham) Dunbar.In 1945, he married Bessie Pauline Badger, who died in 1986.Following his education in Walden public schools he became a farmer's assistant and served in the Army during WWII.He was employed as a carpenter in the Middlebury area for more than 25 years.In 1976, he and his wife retired to the Badger Family Farm in Greensboro Bend where he was a member of the Greensboro Bend United Methodist Church.Survivors include two brothers, Glen and Kenneth; three sisters, Maude Lund, Myrtle Gonyaw and Nellie Staves; several nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 54, formerly of Barre and Hardwick, died Jan.3 in West Topsham.Born in 1944 in Barre, he was the son of Arthur and Gladys (Smith) Heath.He operated his own business in Hardwick until 1985, when he moved to Florida.Most recently, he was employed by W.E.Aubuchon Hardware Co.in St.Albans.After retirement he moved to Indiana and then to West Topsham.He was a member of the Hardwick United Church.Survivors include his companion, Steven Dailey; three daughters, Kimberly S.Sharron, Julie Heath and Laurie Anne Heath; three grandsons; one granddaughter; two sisters; several aunts, cousins, nieces and nephews.
, 74, of Vershire, died Jan.14.Born in 1924 in West Fairlee, he was the son of Ernest and Lillian (Burrough) Ward.He attended schools in West Fairlee and Vershire and served in the Army during WWII.In 1952, he married Viola Parshley.He drove trucks carrying milk and logs and farmed with his father and also worked on the railroad in White River Junction.For 33 years, he worked at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H., as supervisor of the building and grounds department.Survivors include his wife; four sons, Bradley, Martin, Malcolm and James; a daughter, Linda Seyfang; a brother; a sister; six grandchildren; nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 77, of Montpelier, died Jan.14.Born in 1921 in Hardwick, she was the daughter of Robert and Ruth (Pike) Keniston.She went to school in East Calais and Orleans before graduating from Montpelier High School.In 1942, she married George O'Brien, who died in 1995.They traveled extensively during Mr.O'Brien's career in the Air Force, moving back to Montpelier in 1989.Survivors include two sons, George and Robert; three daughters, Bonnie Lea Faye, Nancy Jill Glenn and Sharon R.Ross; 14 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren.
, 49, of Bethel, died Jan.20.Born in 1949 in Barre, she was the daughter of Edward and Carol (Smith) Grant.She attended schools in Vershire and attended Thetford Academy.In 1968, she married Bruce Comstock.She had worked as a waitress in West Lebanon, N.H.Survivors include her former husband; three sons, David, Paul and Richard; three daughters, Dawn Foster, Candice Comstock and Angela Grant; her father; a brother; three sisters; seven grandchildren; nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles.
, 58, formerly of Waterbury, died Jan.16.Born in 1940 in Hardwick, she was the daughter of Franklyn Cross and Ruth (Ainsworth) Hudson.She graduated from Waterbury High School and Sheldon Academy in Burlington.In 1983, she married Henry Hammond.She worked in electrical assembly at Fellows Corp.in No.Springfield, retiring after 20 years of service.She later worked at Precision Contract Manufacturing in Springfield.She was a member of Precision Valley Baptist Church in No.Springfield.Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Renee Nevers and Melissa Holt; a son, Franklyn; three grandchildren; a sister; nieces and nephews.
, 52, of Royalton, died Jan.14.Born in 1946 in Bennington, she was the daughter of William and Mary (Rice) Sawyer.She attended schools in Bennington and Bethel, including Whitcomb High School, and later received her GED.In 1965, she received her self-health nursing diploma.In 1967, she married Ronald Quillia Sr.She was employed at GW Plastics Inc.in Bethel and had also worked at the Atlantic Diner in Royalton and as a personal care attendant for Mrs.Rob Hazelton in Quebec.She was a member of the First Congregational Church of Royalton.Survivors include her husband; her mother; three daughters, Wendy Sawyer, Sadie Anne Tetrault and Donna St.Pierre; two stepsons, Ronald Jr.and Jeffrey; a stepdaughter, Deborah Welch; five brothers; four sisters; grandchildren; nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 88, of Graniteville, died Jan.20.Born in 1910 in Barre, she was the daughter of Angelo and Enrichetta (Lotti) Ambrosini.She attended Barre schools.In 1947, she married David Gay, who died in 1978.She was a clerk at the J.J.Newberry Store in Barre and attended Frances Cabrini Church in East Barre.Survivors include three nephews, William Gay, Alfred Gay and Ernest Gay; a niece, Lorna Perkins; two sisters-in-law; cousins.
, 80, formerly of Greensboro, died Jan.15.Born in 1918 in Hardwick, she was the daughter of Curtis and Lemyra (Farrand) Hood.She attended schools in East Hardwick and Craftsbury and graduated from Greensboro High School.In 1937, she married Paul Massey, who died in 1995.They owned and operated a dairy farm for more then 43 years in Greensboro.In 1967, she graduated from the Fanny Allen Memorial School of Nursing and worked at the Hardwick Hospital and Greensboro Nursing Home, retiring in 1974.She and her husband moved to Irasburg in 1987, after selling the farm.Survivors include a son, Edward; a daughter, Anna Morton; eight grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; two brothers; a sister; several nieces, nephews and cousins.