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, 98, of Barre, died Jan.22.Born in 1901, he was the son of Rinaldo and Elizabeth (Rossi) Calcagni.In 1931, he married Madelina Cavoretto.He had worked at the former Comolli and Comolli Granite Company, at Smith, Whitcomb and Cook and retired from Sprague Electric.He had been a member of the Barre Congregational Church.Survivors include his wife; one son, Rev.Doctor Charles Calcagni; two grandchildren, Charles and Ellen; two great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews.
, 84, formerly of Northfield and Chelsea, died Jan.23.Born in 1915 in Northfield, he graduated from Chelsea High School.In 1935, he married Thelma Bailey, who died in 1992.He owned and operated a garage in Chelsea.Survivors include a son, Edward; five daughters, Shirley Gauthier, Jean Hayward, Betty Moore, Margaret Blanchard and Dorothy Arrington; 10 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; two step-grandchildren.
, 74, of Waterbury, died Jan.26.Born in 1925 in Lincoln, he was the son of Arthur and Eleanor (Devoid) Haskins.He attended schools in Lincoln and Moretown.He worked as a mechanic in Waterbury and also New York, Connecticut and Florida.He retired in 1984 and returned to the Waterbury area in 1997.He had served in the Army during WWII.Survivors include three daughters, Charlene Smith, Candace LaPlanty and Carol Westcott; three sons, Dana, Anthony and Delano; 19 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; a sister; four brothers.
, 68, of Waterbury, died Jan.25.Born in 1931 in Hoosick Falls, N.Y., she was the daughter of Merlin and Edna (Nelson) Farnsworth.She attended North Fayston and Moretown schools.She had worked as a housekeeper for various families in the Waterbury and Duxbury area.Survivors include three daughters, Bonnie Garrand, Mary Sue LaRock and Christine Hyzock; four sons, Brian Farnsworth, Wendell Labor Jr., Brent Labor and Donald LaRock; three stepsons, Edward LaRock, Ted LaRock and Fred LaRock; four sisters; four brothers; several grandchildren, great-grandchildren.
, 47, of Barre, died Jan.25.Born in 1952 in Newport, he was the son of William and Blanche (Knowles) Naramore.He graduated from North Country Union High School and graduated from the University of Vermont.He was commissioned a second lieutenant through the ROTC program.He graduated from the Vermont State Police Academy and was assigned to the Middlebury Barracks and then at Ferrisburgh.He later was assigned at state police headquarters in Waterbury.He later was assigned to the Middlesex station as Station Commander.From 1997 until retirement in 1999, he commanded the Commercial Vehicle Unit at the VT State Police Headquarters in Waterbury.He was a member of the Vermont National Guard and was company commander and later operations officer of the 1-172 Armor Battalion and the 86th Armored Brigade.He retired as Lieutenant Colonel.In 1976, he married Frances Magnifico.Survivors include his wife; three sons, Ian, Andrew and Seth; two sisters; one brother.
, 79, of Northfield, died Jan.25.Born in 1920 in Spray, N.C., he was the son of Jesse and Alma (Gray) Self.In 1979, he married Marion Eastman, who died in 1993.He worked as a printer at Hano Business Forms Co.in Chicopee, Mass., retiring in 1984.He served in the Army during WWII.Survivors include a stepson, Kenneth Johnson; a brother, Ted; a sister, Maureen Self; three grandchildren; three great-grandchildren.
, 88, of Berlin, died Jan.24.Born in 1911 in Pike, N.H., she was the daughter of Ernest and Grace (Titus) Perkins. She attended North Haverhill Elementary School and from the Haverhill Academy.In 1931, she married Kermit Hood and later married Earle LaFlam in 1949.Survivors include her husband; a son, Roderic Hood; two step-sons, Kenneth and Lawrence LaFlam; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
, 80, of Hardwick, died Jan.28.Born in 1919 in Windsor Locks, Conn., she was the daughter of David and Leona (Fisher) Perkins.Her husband, Roland Sherbino, died in 1993.She was a longtime resident of Hardwick and was active in senior affairs.Survivors include a sister, Marjorie Bouthillier and a brother, David.
, 80, of Northfield, died Jan.28.Born in 1919 in Moretown, he was the son of Fred and Ola (Warren) Wheeler.In 1940, he married Theresa Seckington.He had worked for the State of Vermont Highway Department and in 1968, joined the Village of Northfield Electric Department, retiring in 1985.He was a volunteer fireman for the town of Northfield and a member of St.John the Evangelist Church of Northfield.Survivors include his wife; one daughter, Tracey; two grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; two sisters; three brothers; many nieces and nephews.
, 90, of Calais, died Jan.28.Born in 1909 in Massachusetts, she attended school in Calais.In 1926, she married John Chapin Sr., who died in 1971.Later she married Harold Lawliss, who predeceased her.She was a member of the Grace Methodist Church in Plainfield.Survivors include two sons, Raymond and Winston; two sisters; one brother.
, 95, of Marshfield, died Jan.27.Born in 1904 in Marshfield, she was the daughter of Henry and Aurelia (Luce) Dwinell.She attended schools in Marshfield, Plainfield and Barre and graduated from Spaulding High School.She attended Goddard Seminary and earned her teaching certificate.In 1925, she married Delmar Stone, who died in 1989.She had taught in Jamaica and was a member of the United Church of Marshfield.Survivors include three daughters, Thelma, Ruth and Eileen; a son, Leland; 13 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; several great-great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
, 91, of Randolph, died Jan.27.Born in 1908 in Randolph, he was the son of Joseph and Margaret (Orchid) Boudro.He attended Randolph Center schools.He operated the family farm, worked at the Red and White market and Waterbury Plastics, both in Randolph and sold produce at the farmers market in Randolph.He was a member of the Sts.Donation and Rogation Catholic Church in Randolph.Survivors include a half-brother, Donald Boutreau; three half-sisters, Madeline Wheeler, Loraine Boudro and Thelma Tibbetts.
, 82, of Groton, died Jan.27.Born in 1917 in Groton, he was the son of Issac Newton and Fannie (Fiske) Dennis.He served in the Army during WWII.He worked for Gerald Morse of Groton, Rock of Ages in Barre and Gandin Brothers of So.Ryegate.In 1945, he married Ida Welch.He attended the United Methodist Church of Groton.Survivors include his wife; two sons, Alan and Gary; two daughters, Linda Sparks and Kelly Joslin; a brother; a sister; 14 grandchildren; many great-grandchildren; a great-great-granddaughter.
, 91, of So.Barre, died Jan.26.Born in 1908 in Barre, he was the son of Henry and Eliza (Stewart) Watt.He graduated from Vermont State School of Agriculture in Randolph Center.He was a herdsman in Mass.and operated the Watt Family Farm in So.Barre, retiring in 1998.Survivors include a sister, Lillian Riddel; a brother, George Watt.
, 43, of Montpelier, died Jan.27.Born in 1956 in Montpelier, he was the son of George and Clarice (Russell) Abair.He received his education at St.Michael's Grade School and graduated from Montpelier High School.In 1978, he married Connie Deininger, who died in 1998.In 1999, he married Tamera Sprague.He was employed with Ben & Jerry's in Waterbury and was a member of St.Augustine's Church.Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Margaret and Sarah; two step-sons, Joshua Lawson and Jacob French; his father and Mary Murphy; a brother; an aunt; cousins.
, 66, formerly of Barre, died Jan.26.Born in 1933 in Barre, she was the daughter of Pietro and Mary (Stefanazzi) Bartelli.She graduated from Spaulding High School.She was a secretary for Safeco Insurance Co.in Seattle, Wash.for many years and served in the Air Force.Survivors include her mother; a sisters, Delina Loati.
, 86, of Barre, died Jan.27.Born in 1913 in Websterville, he was the son of Avila and Maude (Jeanette) Couillard.He attended Spaulding High School and later received a GED.In 1931, he married Jeannie Geake.He later married Evelyn Hatch.He was first employed at the E.L.Smith Quarry as a quarryman and then as a lumper at a local granite shed.Later he became a self-employed carpenter and worked for the state until his retirement.He attended the Graniteville Presbyterian Church.Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Virginia Bailey; two step-sons, Arthur Maddock Jr.and Robert Maddock; three step-daughters, Jean Bancroft, Betty Dix and Katie Bruce; two brothers; two sisters; several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
, 88, of Barre, died Jan.28.Born in 1911 in Cabot, she was the daughter of Stanley and Elizabeth (Lee) Kenerson.She attended school in Williamstown.In 1929, she married George Whitcomb.She worked at the former Green Stamp Store in Barre.Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Betty Boisvert and Joanne Elliott; a brother.
, 83, of East Granville, died Jan.30.Born in 1916 in Winooski, she was the daughter of George and Gertrude (Bush) Prentice.She was educated in Waterbury schools.In 1931, she married Francis Hurlburt, who died in 1966.They lived in Duxbury, Stowe, Waterbury, Northfield and East Granville.She had worked for Handley's Mill in East Granville, the Van Raalte Co.in Randolph and the Atlantic Diner in Royalton.Survivors include three sons, James, Everett and Charles; two daughters, Geraldine Dickinson and Ethel Thresher; a brother; 27 grandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren.
, 86, of Barre City, died Jan.31.Born in 1913 in Lewiston, Maine, she was the daughter of Mr.and Mrs.William Ferguson.She attended schools in Lewiston and graduated from Central Maine General Hospital as a registered nurse.She studied and worked at the Teacher's College at Columbia University in NYC.She was formerly married to John O'Neill.She was a member of the United Baptist Church in Lewiston, Maine.Survivors include three nieces, Connie Goldsworthy Schwarzkopf, Betty Ann Brown and Evelyn Ferguson; two great-nieces; two great great nieces.