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, 75, of Waterbury, died March 2.Born in 1924 in Brooklyn, N.Y., she was the daughter of Teresa (Ferguson) and John Burns McKechnie.In 1942, she married John Phaneuf, who died in 1974.She graduated from St.Anne's Academy in Marlboro, Mass.and worked for the Diamond Shoe Co.there as a seamstress.In 1967, she moved to Waterbury and worked at the Lobster Pot Restaurant in Montpelier later becoming a psychiatric technician at the Vermont State Hospital in Waterbury.She retired in 1980.Her memberships included St.Andrew's Catholic Church.Survivors include her mother; a daughter, Laura-lee Marie Phaneuf; a son, Michael; two grandchildren; three great-grandchildren.
, 40, formerly of Hardwick, died Feb.22.Born in 1959 in Hardwick, he was the son of Bernard and Thelma (Gochey) Ewen.He attended schools in Woodbury, Greensboro and Hazen Union High School.In 1981, he married Diane Bachert.He was employed at Cody Chevrolet in Berlin and Barcomb Motors in Hardwick.More recently he worked for A-1 Autobody in Nevada.Survivors include two daughters, Jennifer Ewen and Jessie Ewen; his mother; six brothers; four sisters.
, 35, of Barre, died March 2.Born in 1965 in Barre, she was the daughter of Ervin and Marcia (Lilley) St.Cyr.She attended elementary school in Calais and U-32 High School.She worked in the housekeeping department at Central Vermont Hospital and later at a day care center in Plainfield.Survivors include two sons, Dana Howard and Shayne Howard; her mother; a brother; several cousins; two nieces; aunts and uncles.
, 87, of Montpelier died March 3.Born in 1912 in Montpelier, she was the daughter of William and Ruby (Demas) Thompson.She attended schools in Middletown, Conn.In 1942, she married Thornton Storr.She had worked as a secretary in the Hartford and Middletown areas.She moved to Ravena, N.Y.and was a seamstress in a women's lingerie factory.In 1993, she moved to Montpelier.She was an accomplished organist who wrote and arranged her own music.Survivors include her husband, Thornton Storr; one daughter, Brenda Thow; two grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; her special friend, Adele Pukel.
, 78, formerly of Waitsfield and more recently from Hancock, died March 3.Born in 1922 in Waitsfield, she was the daughter of William and Carolyn (Bover) Graves.She graduated from Waitsfield High School and Johnson Normal School.She returned to Johnson State College to receive her Human Services degree.In 1942, she married Lee Story, who died in 1985.She taught elementary education in Hancock, Waitsfield and Granville.She and her husband moved to Connecticut, where she worked as an engineering aide at Pratt & Whitney.They returned to Hancock in 1968.Her memberships included the Rochester Federated Church.Survivors include her daughter, Dr.Carol Story; three brothers; one sister; many nieces and nephews; her adopted family, the Keith Jesso family of Hancock.
, 82, of So.Barre, died March 5.Born in 1918 in So.Barre, she was the daughter of Euclid and Sadie (George) Rock.She graduated from Spaulding High School, Goddard College and the University of Vermont.She had worked at Granite City Creamery and the Barre Recreation Department.She later worked for Jones Brothers Granite Co., Houle-Giudici Granite Co.and retired from S.L.Garand Granite Co.of Montpelier.She was a member of St.Monica's Church.Survivors include a brother, Euclid Rock.
, 86, of Berline, died March 6.Born in 1913 in Moretown, she was the daughter of Douglas J.A.and Hortense (Sturtevant) Cooke.She graduated from Montpelier High School.In 1933, she married Willard H.McManis and later she married Clifton Haggett, who predeceased her.She was a realtor in Vermont and Florida and was also a baker in Vermont and Connecticut.She was a member of the First Church of Christ Scientist in Montpelier.Survivors include three daughters, Janet Lane, Patricia Huckins and Rosalie McManis; three sons, Michael McManis, Willard McManis and Roger McManis; a brother; a sister; 20 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren.
, 88, formerly of Montpelier and more recently from Littleton, Mass.Born in 1911 in Kansas, she was the daughter of Everett and Lillian (White) Agnew.She was educated in Kansas and became an elementary school teacher.She moved to Connecticut in the early 1920s.Survivors include five grandchildren, Amy Moore, Marybeth Lincoln, Jay Lincoln, Joanna Ramsgaard and Alyson McHugh; 11 great-grandchildren.
, 76, of Montpelier, died March 6.Born in 1924 in West Berlin, she was the daughter of Fred and Ola (Warren) Wheeler.She attended elementary school in West Berlin and graduated from Montpelier High School.In 1953, she married Vincent Conti, her died in 1964.She worked for the War Department in Washington, D.C., Russell Asbestos Mill in Northfield Falls, the former Heaton Hospital in Montpelier and the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles.Survivors include her son, Vincent Jr.; her daughter, Alida (Conti) Van Den Berg; two granddaughters; two grandsons; a step-granddaughter; one sister; three brothers; 50 nieces and nephews; many grand and great-grandnieces and nephews.
, 59, of Chelsea, died March 3.Born in 1940 in Barre, she was the daughter of Albert and Lydia (Waite) Coburn.She graduated from Chelsea High School.In 1961, she married Byron R.Downing.She was an actuary for National Life Insurance Co., retiring in 1995.She also served as assistant town clerk in Chelsea.Survivors include two daughters, Wanda Jackson and Amy Kerr; four grandchildren.
, 84, of Barre, died March 6.Born in 1915 in Williamstown, he was the son of Joseph and Cleora (Wilfore) DeCoteau.He was educated in the Barre School system.In 1935, he married Ellen Regina McGrath, who died in 1984.He was an innkeeper all his life, with his wife.Survivors include his daughter, Patricia Baril; his grandchildren, David, Mark and Marie Ellen; his great-grandchildren; one nephew; a very special cousin, Mrs.Rupert (Glenna) George.
, 30, of Montpelier, died March 7.Born in 1969 in Boston, Mass., he was the son of Karen Hovland and Mark McCarthy.He moved to Stowe in 1979 and attended Stowe Elementary School and graduated from Stowe High School and Johnson State College.Survivors include his mother; his father; a sister, Kristen McCarthy.
, 69, of Moretown, died March 7.Born in 1930 in Lynn Brook, N.Y., she was the daughter of Frank and Mary (Sullivan) Fisher.She graduated from Lynbrook High School and attended Brown Business School.In 1948, she married Charles D.McDonough.She was a board member and past president of the Central Vermont Association for Retarded Citizens.She was co-founder of the Serving Group for Special Needs People at Bethany Church, Montpelier and volunteered for the Adult Developmental Disabilities Center in Barre.She was the legal guardian for two mentally challenged and physically handicapped women.She was a member of St.Patrick Church in Moretown.Survivors include her husband; her children, Cheryl McDonough, Patricia Gillespie, Kathleen Sagendorf, Charles McDonough and James McDonough; 14 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren.
, 92, of Vershire, died March 6.Born in 1908 in Perth Amboy, N.J., he was the son of Andrew and Alma (Olsen) Nelson.He attended Vershire schools and in 1935, married Etta May (Childs) Nelson.He worked on the family farm and the road crew for the town of Vershire and was a member of the Vershire Bible Church.Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Elsie Burbank and Sylvia Palmer; a sister; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; several nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 69, of Barre, died March 9.Born in 1930 in East Hartford, Conn., she was the daughter of Stanley and Edna (King) Tomkievich.After the death of her parents at age 10, she was adopted by her grandparents, Victor and Louisa (Hopewell) King.She graduated from Wellesley College in Mass.and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in zoology.She married Donald S.Barber, M.D.and they made their home in Johnson and later she moved to Essex Jct.She was a homemaker and had been a medical technician in earlier years.Survivors include two daughters, Susan Barber and Penny Barber; one son, Robert; three grandchildren; an uncle and aunt; cousins.
, 88, of Barre, died March 10.Born in 1911 in Burlington, he was the son of Martin and Eva (Cross) Robbins.He attended high school in Burlington and served in the Army during WWII.In 1943, he married Olive Green, who predeceased him.They moved to Barre from Montpelier in 1950.He was an interior decorator and salesman at the Hooker Furniture Store, Chellis Collins Home Furnishings and Kendall Lawson Furniture Store.He later managed the Carpet Center in Berlin and Barre.Survivors include a daughter, Sandra Briggs; a son, Donald Jr.; a sister; two grandchildren.
, 96, of Montpelier, died March 10.Born in Frelighburg, Quebec, Canada, she was the daughter of Edward and Georgina (Boucher) Demers.In 1923, she married John Boucher, who died in 1775.She was a member of St.Augustine's Church.Survivors include a daughter, Muriel Boucher; a son, Leon Downing; four grandchildren; five great-grandchildren.
, 68, of Barre, died March 10.Born in 1932 in Newport, she was the daughter of Lyman and Ruth (Wilbur) Ballard.She graduated from Canaan Memorial High School and from Maine General Hospital School of Nursing.In 1954, she married Raymond Beloin May.She worked at Exeter Hospital in New Hampshire and at Goddard College.She retired from Berlin Health and Rehab.Center in 1994.Survivors include her husband; three sons, Stephen, Peter and Michael; two daughters, Michael Beloin and Stephanie Magnan; one sister; 10 grandchildren.
, 91, of Barre, died March 11.Born in 1908 in Barre, she was the daughter of Alberto and Grazia (Restelli) Albinola.She attended Spaulding High School.In 1934, she married Frank Calcagni, who died in 1966.She had worked as a sales clerk at Gladstone's Shoe Store in Barre.She was a member of the North Barre Chapel and Hedding United Methodist Church.Survivors include a daughter, Elaine Spaulding; two sons, Robert and Michael; eight grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren.