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, 81, of Barre City, died March 24.Born in 1918 in Lowell, Mass., she was the daughter of Peter and Mary (Alexopoulos) Savas.She graduated from Lowell High School and later attended Lowell Commercial College.In 1949, she married Francis W.Amet, who died in 1994.She had worked for the Veterinarian Services Division of the U.S.Government Dept.of Agriculture from 1949-1955 and returned to that office in 1965, retiring in 1989.She was a member of the Church of the Good Shepherd (Episcopal) of Barre.Survivors include a son, Brian Amet; a daughter, Karen Fondry; two grandchildren; two brothers; three sisters; numerous nieces and nephews.
, 76, of Barre Town, died March 24.Born in 1924 in Mooers, N.Y., she was the daughter of Martin and Katherine (Alleyn) Curtis.She graduated from high school in Mooers, N.Y.She moved to Barre Town with her family and helped operate the family farm.She was a member of St.Monica's Church Parish.Survivors include her brother, Alleyn; and other distant relatives.
, 93, of Northfield, died March 15.Born in 1907 in New York City, he was the son of Joseph and Rose (Caputo) Napp.He graduated from Columbia University and New York Medical College.In 1938, he married Ruth Helen Marschalk, who died in 1980.He served in the Navy Medical Corps during WWII.His medical career spanned 50 years.He practiced and taught obstetrics and gynecology in New York City, was a clinical professor at New York City Medical College, director of gynecology at Bird S.Coler Memorial Hospital and attending physician at Metropolitan Hospital.He retired in 1987.Survivors include a daughter, Ruth; a sister, Agnes Limoli.
, 80, of Waterbury, died March 20.Born in 1920 in Waterbury, she was the daughter of Fred and Pearl (Russell) Fahner.She graduated from the former Waterbury High School and in 1957, married Edward Miller.She was employed at the Vermont State Hospital as a psychiatric technician and later worked as the bookkeeper for Miller Construction of Waterbury Center, which she helped operate with her husband.Survivors include her husband; a son, Edmund; three grandchildren; one great-grandchild; a sister; nieces and nephews.
, 28, formerly of Berlin, died Feb.25.Born in 1971 in Berlin, he was the son of Linda Williamson Davis and Arthur G.Davis Jr.He attended Lamoille Union and Spaulding High School and in 1994, married Judy Vorbeau.He had moved to Laconia, N.H.after residing in both Bradford and Loudon.He was a member of the United Church of Warner, N.H.Survivors include his daughters, Elizabeth Gabrielle Burke and Elizabeth Anne Davis; his mother; his father; two sisters; one brother; four nephews; one niece; his grandmother; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
, 86, of Randolph, died March 26.Born in 1913 in Royalton, he was the son of Battista and Delfina (Paini) Ribi.He attended Royalton schools.He had lived most of his live in Bethel, moving to Randolph in 1996.In 1943, he married Rose (Marsigli) Ribi, who died in 1969.In 1981, he married Rachel M.Durkee.He was a foreman for the Vermont Highway Dept., retiring in 1975.Survivors include his wife; a stepson, Clayton Carpenter; a stepdaughter, Elizabeth Arbuckle; a sister, Olga Fyles; six grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren.
, 54, of Barre City, died March 26.Born in 1946 in Barre, he was the son of Charles Henri and Eileen (Kelliher) Menard Sr.He attended St.Monica Elementary School and graduated from Spaulding High School.He served in the Navy during the Vietnam War.He was a member of the St.Monica's Church Parish.He had worked for the Street Dept.of the City of Barre.Survivors include a half-brother, Norman Bacon; a sister, Dianne Menard; a half-sister, Betsey Anne Fugere; four nieces; four nephews; uncles, aunts and cousins.
, 68, of Vershire, died March 25.Born in 1931, she was the daughter of C.Wellington and Marcia (Godfrey) Titus.She attended Vershire schools.In 1954, she married Allen W.Ricker.She operated the family's general store and helped her husband on the family farm.She also worked for the U.S.Postal Service and was postmaster in Vershire from 1994 until retiring in 1996.Survivors include her husband; a son, Dale; four sisters; two brothers; two grandsons.
, 59, of Northfield, died March 24.Born in 1940 in New York City, he was the son of Santo and Helen (Robinson) Marotta.He attended high school in New Jersey.In 1959, he married Eleanor Pekrol.Survivors include his wife; two sons, Gaetano Jr.and Santa; his father; a sister; two grandchildren.
, 64, of Websterville, died March 26.Born in 1935 in Springville, N.Y., he was the son of Albert and Clara (Michaels) Kerpka.He attended Kensington High School in Buffalo, N.Y.and graduated from Erie Technical College in Buffalo with an associate's degree in civil engineering technology.He worked for Acres American Consulting Engineers of Buffalo, moved to White River Jct.and worked for the town highway department.For the past five years he had worked in the traffic operation section of the Vermont Agency of Transportation in Montpelier.Survivors include a son, William Jr.; a daughter, Judy Mandel; four grandchildren; a sister; his former wife, Carol Jontel.
, 86, of Barre, died March 27.Born in 1913 in Northfield, she was the daughter of Pliny LaForest and Alemenia Amell.She attended Northfield schools.In 1930, she married William LaCount and in 1959, she married Ernie Rollins, who predeceased her.She worked at Rock of Ages capacitor plant in Barre Town and the clothespin factory in Montpelier.Survivors include two daughters, Anna Young and Ruth Hebert; a son, Armand; 13 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren.
, 89, formerly of Barre, died March 12.Born in 1919 in Philadelphia, PA, she was the daughter of Howard Hill and Pearl Wright Reid.She grew up in Barre and graduated from Spaulding High School and attended Goddard Seminary.She graduated from Skidmore College as a music major.She received her master's degree of Arts and Teaching at National College of Education in Evanston, Ill.In 1942, she married Robert K.Strong, who predeceased her.They moved to Orange in 1976.She was a member of the Church of the Good Shepherd.Survivors include three daughters, Christina Hirsch, Josephine Whipple and Marjorie Strong; three sons, Robert, David and Howard; 12 grandchildren; one brother.
, 63, of Berlin, died March 27.Born in 1936 in East Montpelier, he was the son of George and Margaret (Corry) Sibley Sr.He graduated from Montpelier High School.He was a transfer driver for Woodbury Auto and a member of the VT National Guard from 1957-59.Survivors include his companion, Patricia Anair; a brother, George Jr.
, 56, of Waitsfield, died March 25.Born in 1944 in France, he was the son of Leopold and Ilona (Baum) Kiczkowski.He moved with his mother and brother to Brooklyn, N.Y.and attended schools there.He married Sandra Nelson and they lived in Texas.He divorced and moved to Vermont and in 1997, married Mariya Lama.He was the founder of the Vermont American Ginseng Products Co.of Waitsfield, a doctor or Chinese herbs and a board certified acupuncturist.Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Ursula Kiczkowski and Eva Kiczkowski; his former wife; a brother, Harry.
, 54, formerly of Barre, died March 26.Born in 1945 in Barre, she was the daughter of Clyde and Cleora Belanger.She graduated from Spaulding High School and attended Champlain College.She was a homemaker.Survivors include her companion, Edward Connors; a daughter, Tawnya Johnson; two grandchildren; a sister; a brother.
, 98, of Randolph, died March 25.Born in 1902 in Cambridge, Mass., she was the daughter of Albert and Elizabeth (McFadden) Nunn.She graduated from Somerville High School and attended Harvard College.In 1933, she married D.Bradford Tirrell, who predeceased her.She was a personal secretary for the president of the Stetson Shoe Co.She was founder and leader of the Randolph Center Chapter of the Girl Scouts and established the Gifford Hospital Thrift Shop.She was a member of St.John's Episcopal Church.Survivors include a nephew and two nieces.
, 42, formerly of East Montpelier, died March 19.Born in 1957 in Proctor, he was the son of Laura and W.Harry Williams Jr.He attended East Montpelier Elementary School and graduated from U-32 High School.He attended Johnson State College.In 1983, he married Doris A.Chouinard.He was employed at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Hospital and went to work for the U.S.Postal Service in White River Jct., later transferring to Enfield, N.H., as a postal clerk.Survivors include his wife; two sons, Eric and Matthew; one daughter, Stephanie Williams; his mother; two half-brothers.
, 79, of Moretown died March 13.Born in 1920 in Walden, she was the daughter of Arthur and Edna (Gates) Fletcher.She graduated from Becker Business College and in 1940, married Gordon Currier.She worked for the Vermont Dept.of Highways, retiring in 1981.Survivors include her husband; four daughters, Marilyn Shaw, Eunice Rubas, Helen Wilder and Cindy Reed; one son, Joe; 11 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild.
, 91, of Barre, died March 28.Born in 1908 in Barre, she was the daughter of Louis and Eugenia (Lambertin) Gioria.She attended Barre schools.In 1932, she married Manuel Peral, who died in 1975.She had worked at Barre Dry Cleaners in early years.Survivors include two nephews, Peter Portalupi and Joseph Portalupi.
, 86, of Barre, died recently.Born in 1913 in Littleton, N.H., he was the son of Damien and Georgianna (Belanger) Lamoureux.He attended schools in Canada.In 1935, he married Yvonne Gosselin; they moved to Barre in 1939.His wife predeceased him in 1978.In 1982, he married Rolande Gauthier.He was employed at the Lawson Granite Co.and the Barre City Schools, retiring in 1983.He was a communicant of St.Monica's Church.Survivors include his wife; three daughters, Jacqueline Isabelle, Rena Rogers and Lucille Laprade; two stepdaughters, Ginnette Cain and Collette Dente; one sister; 12 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren.