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, 85, of Randolph, died Aug. 6. Born in 1914 In Hartford, she was the daughter of Frank and Queno (Cowan) Martin. Her family moved to So. Royalton, where she attended school and graduated from So. Royalton High School. She worked in New York as a nanny and later in the kitchen at the Chelsea Area Senior Citizens. In1934, she married Lyman Gilman, who died in 1962. In 1964, she married Erwin Montgomery, who died in 1988. She attended church in Chelsea and Tunbridge. Survivors include her companion of many years, Glen Button and his family; seven children, Mildred Legacy, Lucy Irwin, William Gilman, Charles Gilman, Edward Gilman, Glen Gilman, Anna Hardway; four brothers; four sisters; 26 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; nine great-great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
, 78, of Fort Myers, Fla., formerly of Waterbury, died June 28. Born in 1920 in Montpelier, he was the son of Eugene and Susan (Nichols) Magnus. He graduated from Waterbury High School and Norwich University. In 1942, he married Elizabeth Reynolds. He served in the Army and after discharge, entered RPI in Troy, N.Y. and received a degree in Chemical Engineering. Survivors include his wife; five children, Sally Martin, Karen Garcia, Claire Shubert, Lynn Magnus and Mark Jr.; two sisters; 17 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; many nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 83, of Montpelier, died Aug. 5. Born in 1915 in St. Albans, she was the daughter of Harry and Edith (Cleveland) Bascomb. She graduated from St. Albans High School. In 1954, she married Donald Pine, who died in 1989. She worked most of her life at the National Life Insurance Company. She was a member of the Trinity United Methodist Church in Montpelier. Survivors include a stepson, Donald Pine; a stepdaughter, Beverly Kingston; a sister; three nieces and nephews; step-grandchildren and step-great-grandchildren.
, 80, of Barre Town and formerly of Williamstown, died July 30. Born in 1918 in Plainfield, he was the son of Wallace and Lillian (Cutler) Bolles. He attended schools in Plainfield and Barre. He had worked at Windy Wood Farm and with his brother, Ralph, in carpentry and construction partnership known as A&R Bolles Brothers. He was a member of the Hedding United Methodist Church in Barre. Survivors include nephews and nieces and their spouses, Newton Bolles, Leland and Shirlene Bolles, Winfred and Marilyn Bolles, Sandra Bolles; Craig and Marion Casey, Norma Nutbrown, Eleanor Cottrill and Beverly Bolles; cousins; several grand nephews and nieces.
, 96, of Montpelier, died Aug. 2. Born in 1903 in Revere, Mass., she was the daughter of Agnes Mather and Archer C. Holmes. She was educated in Attleboro, Mass. Her husband, Eugene Aither, died in 1983. They had moved to Montpelier in 1969. She worked in the dining hall at Vermont College and was a member of the First Baptist Church in Montpelier. Survivors include nieces and nephews.
, 83, of Montpelier, died Aug. 1. Born in 1916 in Montpelier, she was the daughter of Walter and Alice Gove Johnson. She had been employed as a waitress in several Montpelier restaurants, the last one the Montpelier Tavern. She had been employed as a hostess at Norwich University. Her husband, R. Mark Archambault predeceased her. Survivors include two daughters, Jacquelin Archambault Lamell and Marlene Archambault; four sisters-in-law; two granddaughters; four grandsons; 12 great-grandchildren; one great-great-granddaughter.
, 91, of Bethel, died Aug. 4. Born in Ballston Spa, N.Y., she was the daughter of William and Hazel (Fulton) Mitchell. She attended So. Royalton School. In 1959, she married Walter Bovee, who died in 1969. She had worked for General Electric Co. in N.Y. Survivors include two daughters, Millie A. Hunt and Winnie Jean Morine; a sister; 11 grandchildren; 31 great-grandchildren; 16 great-great-grandchildren.
, formerly of Barre and more recently of Calif., died July 21. Born in So. Fayston, she was the daughter of Anna and James Maxwell. In 1937, she married Alfa Atherton, who died in January of this year. Survivors include Anne Atherton Thompson; two sisters; a brother; numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
, Sr., 88, formerly of Barre and more recently of Chicopee, Mass., died Aug. 6. Born and educated in Barre, he was a graduate of Spaulding High School. He resided in Chicopee, Mass., where he was employed as a machinist at American Bosch Company. Survivors include his wife, Lea (Domenichelli) Young; two sons, Edward Jr. and George; a daughter, Barbara Orwat; six grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren.
, 74, of Berlin, died Aug. 5. Born in 1925, he was the son of Donald and Eleanor (Currier) Freeman. He graduated from St. Michael's High School. In 1973, he married Gladys Brown, who died in 1993. He worked in the granite industry and later with Central Vermont Railroad. He worked for the Montpelier post office as a carrier and mail clerk for more than 20 years. He served in the Army during WWII and later in the Navy Reserves. Survivors include two stepsons, Douglas Brown and Clifford Brown; a twin brother; two sisters; five step-grandchildren; several step-great-grandchildren.
, 40, of Bethel, died July 31. Born in 1958, she was the daughter of Clinton and Marie (Donnelly) Rutherford. She graduated from Hartford High School. In 1980, she married John Greene. Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Pam Greene and Amy Greene; her father; her mother; a brother; a half-sister; a stepbrother; a stepsister; several nieces and nephews.
, 60, of Vershire, died July 31. Born in 1939 in Brooklyn, N.H., he was the son of John and Anne (Deede) Krause Sr. He graduated from Duquesne and received a master's degree and a doctorate degree in political science from Case Western Reserve. He worked at Hobart and William Smith colleges in Geneva, N.Y. and at the U. S. Department of State. He co-founded Crossroad Farm in Post Mills and managed its operation. He also managed H&R Block in Barre in the winter. He served in the Army. Survivors include two brothers and two nieces.
, 61, formerly of Barre and more recently of Phoenix, Ariz. Died July 15. Born in 1937 in Barre, he was the son of Salvatore and Dorothy Balzanelli. He attended St. Monica's Elementary School and Spaulding High School. He served with the Navy and had worked as a dry cleaner for 31 years. Survivors include his wife, Jeanne Balzanelli; two sons, Mark and John; two daughters, Lisa Clark and Anne Tyrrell; two brothers; three grandchildren.
, 75, of Hardwick, died Aug. 5. He was born in 1924 in Barton. He married Ethel Cross. He retired from Vermont Weatherboard and was employed part-time by several Hardwick area businesses. Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Alberta Patton and Penny Gonyaw; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.
, 82, of Bradford, died Aug. 4. Born in 1916 in Bradford, she graduated from Bradford Academy. In 1964, she married Elwyn Carleton. She was a clerk at Hill's 5 & 10 Department Store in Bradford and was a member of the Bradford United Church of Christ. Survivors include her husband.
, 51, of Cabot, died July 31. She was born in 1948 in No. Adams, Mass. In 1997, she married Donovan Searles. Survivors include two daughters, Jackie Carpentier and Deborah Millett; three brothers; a sister; a grandchild.
, 73, of Randolph, died Aug. 1. Born in 1925 in Albany, he graduated from Newport City High School and from the Vermont School of Agriculture. In 1948, he married Barbara King. He was a milk tester for the Dairy Herd Improvement Association and a rural mail carrier, retiring in 1989. He served in the Army during WWII. He was a member of the United Church of Randolph. Survivors include two daughters, Barbara Brown and Nancy MacDowell; a son, Robert; six grandchildren.
, 77, of Randolph, died Aug. 7. Born in 1922 in Bronx, N.Y., he was the son of David and Pauline Stewart. He graduated from James Madison High School in New York City, received a bachelor's degree from Norwich University and a master's degree in biology from the University of New Hampshire. He served with the Army during WWII. He was married to Thelma Hough, who died in 1970. In 1972, he married June Schweitz. He was employed at Jones and Lamson Machine Shop in Springfield, taught biology at Norwich University and for over 30 years, was the Vermont State ornithologist. He retired in 1984. He was a member of the Green Mountain Gospel Chapel. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Malcolm and John; a daughter, Susan Stewart; two stepdaughters, Nena O'Brien and Gail Canterbury; a brother; eight grandchildren.
, 85, of Randolph, died Aug. 6. Born in 1914 in Hartford, she was the daughter of Frank and Queno (Cowan) Martin. She was a graduate of South Royalton High School. In 1934, she married Lyman R. Gilman, who died in 1962. They owned and operated a farm in South Randolph for many years. In 1964, she married Erwin Montgomery, who died in 1988. She had lived with Glen Button for many years and more recently at Rowan Court Nursing Home in Barre. She had worked in New York as a nanny and in later years in the kitchen at the Chelsea Area Senior Citizens. She attended churches in Chelsea and Tunbridge. Survivors include her companion, Glen Button; four sons, William, Charles, Edward and Glen; three daughters, Mildred Legacy, Lucy Irwin and Anna Hardway; four brothers; four sisters; 26 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; nine great-great-grandchildren.
, 81, of Moretown, died Aug. 8. Born in 1918 in Kansas City, Mo., he was the son of James and Marion (McLeod) Winchell. He attended schools in Kansas City and was a graduate of Worcester (Mass.) Polytech. In 1944, he married Corinne Appel. He had worked for the American Steel and Wire Co., Warner Bros. (now Warnaco), Peat Marwick Mitchell & Co., and moving to Vermont in 1977, he became Village and Town manager for Waterbury, retiring in 1986. Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Kia Lynn Commo; two sons, Kent and Kim; three grandchildren; a sister.