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, 75, of Chelsea, died March 30.Born in 1925 in Washington, she was the daughter of Earle and Lyle Marie (Eastman) Doyle.She attended Washington schools.In 1947, she married Lawrence E.Carey.She was a homemaker.Survivors include two daughters, Elizabeth Boardman and Betty Hook; six grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.
, 70, of East Barre, died April 1.Born in 1929 in Hardwick, he was the son of Raymond and Evelyn (Gilchrist) Cochran.He attended school in Hardwick.In 1950, he married Ruth Martin.They made their home in Websterville before moving to East Barre.He worked for W.W.Wyman Company in Greenfield, Mass., and for 25 years, worked for the Barre Town Highway Department, retiring in 1994.Survivors include his wife; two sons, Robert and Kendall; two daughters, Wendy Spencer and Edith Cochran; nine grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; a sister; two brothers; a stepsister; a stepbrother; nieces and nephews.
, 84, of Montpelier, died March 31.Born in 1915 in Worcester, she was the daughter of Ralph and Alice (Doving) Utton.She attended Montpelier High School.In 1935, she married Stanley F.Witham, who died in 1980.She worked at Electric Cords and Cable Co.in Bellows Falls and later at the Montpelier Tavern Hotel.She was a member of the Worcester United Methodist Church.Survivors include a son, Frederick; two brothers; three sisters.
, 93, of Chelsea, died March 31.Born in 1906 in Bridgeport, Conn., she was the daughter of Martin and Susan (Michuda) Kachmar.She was educated in Stratford, Conn.In 1930, she married Louis F.Yaps, who died in 1983.She was a seamstress for Devon Metal Goods in Devon, Conn.Survivors include a son, Fred; a brother; two sisters; two grandchildren; a great-grandchild.
, 75, of Graniteville, died March 31.Born in 1924 in Coaticook, Quebec, she was the daughter of Odilon Poulin and Aurie Anne Daigle.She attended grade school in Coaticook.In 1944, she married William A.Pariseau.She was a self-employed seamstress.She was a member of St.Monica's Church in Barre and St.Sylvester's Church in Graniteville.Survivors include a son, Rock; a brother; four step-grandchildren.
, 71, formerly of Northfield, died March 28.Born in Northfield and graduated from Northfield High School.She lived in Vermont and Mississippi before moving to NJ, where she was a communicant of St.Elizabeth RC Church, Avon, NJ.She was a homemaker.Her husband Raymond predeceased her in 1985.Survivors include one son, Peter; four daughters, Linda Rohan, Pamela DeTalvo, Laurie Beachem and Carol Halpin; one brother; 10 grandchildren.
, 89, of Rochester, died March 29.Born in 1910 in Durant, Iowa, she was the daughter of Henry and Minnie (Belter) Rusher.She graduated from Durant High School and the Methodist Hospital School of Nursing in Des Moines, Iowa.She moved to New York in 1932.In 1936, she married Ellery Decker, who died in 1994.She was a registered nurse at Bainbridge Hospital in Bainbridge, N.Y., Afton Hospital in Afton, N.Y.and at Sidney Hospital in Sidney, N.Y.She also worked for the Gelder Medical Group in Sidney, N.Y., retiring in 1979.She moved to Vermont in 1994.Survivors include a daughter, Norma Decker; three sisters; a granddaughter; three great-grandchildren.
, 94, of Worcester, died March 29.Born in 1905 in Worcester, he was the son of Fred and Blanche (Graves) Witham.He attended school in Worcester and Montpelier High School.He was a rural mail carrier for 44 years for the town of Worcester, retiring in 1970.He also was a master electrician.In 1931, he married Eula Farnsworth, who died in 1943.In 1948, he married Ilda Robinson Feola, who died in 1986.He was a member of the Worcester United Methodist Church.Survivors include one son, Joseph; two stepdaughters, Emily Mitchell and Antoinette (Toni) MacDonald; one brother.
, 81, of No.Montpelier, died March 30.Born in 1918 in So.Portland, Maine, she was the daughter of Reuben and Florence (Bunnell) Fuller.She attended schools in Canaan, VT and Colebrook, N.H.Her husband, Robert Papineau, died in 1999.She was employed by Sprague Electric of Barre.Survivors include two sons from a former marriage, William and Robert Brown; a daughter, Barbara Scott; four grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
, 79, of Homosassa, Fla., and formerly of Vermont, died March 26.Born in Lebanon, N.H., he attended Norwich University where he received a degree in economics.He had served in the Army, during WWII.He retired from the National Life Insurance company of Montpelier, where he worked as an underwriter until 1978.He was a member of St.Augustine's Catholic Church in Montpelier.Survivors include his wife, Fern; a son, Lance; two daughters, Karen Morris and Lise Carter; a stepson, mark Dickinson; two stepdaughters, Dawn Crandall and Gail Dickinson; a brother; seven grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
, 73, of Middlesex, died March 29.Born in 1926 in Barre, she attended schools there.In 1945, she married Nelson Murray, who died in 1978.Survivors include three sons, Terrence Murray, David Murray and Nelson Murray Jr.; a daughter, Gloria Duprey; nine grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.
, 69, of Greensboro Bend, died March 29.Born in 1930 in Westmore, he was the son of Stanley and Rosina Gaboriault.In 1956, he married Jeanette Rochette.He retired from Ethan Allen Manufacturing Co.and was a member of St.Michael's Church in Greensboro Bend.Survivors include his wife; two sons, Wayne and Gerard; four daughters, Rosina Ross, Annette Thompson, Ann Hill and Julie Brochu; eight sisters; two brothers; 14 grandchildren; a great-grandchild.
, 95, of Saranac, N.Y., and formerly of Barre, died March 29.Born in 1905 in St.George de Windsor Richmond County, Quebec, she was the daughter of Gedeon and Elodia (Godbout) Richer.She grew up in St.Camille, Wolfe County, Quebec and in 1933, married Bernard Napoleon Lamothe, who died in 1981.She had been a resident of Barre for over 50 years.She received her teaching certificate from the Unsaline Bistens in Three Rivers, Quebec and taught in a one-room schoolhouse before coming to the United States.She later worked at Sprague Electric Company in Barre.She was a member of St.Bernard's Church in Saranac Lake.Survivors include two daughters, Sr.Mary Theresa Lamothe and Marianne Everit; four grandchildren; one great-granddaughter.
, 92, of Marshfield, died April 3.Born in 1903 in Rutherford, N.J., he spent his boyhood in New York City and at Rocklee, the family's farm in Sullivan County, N.Y.He attended Our Lady of Lourdes School and graduated from Regis High School and from Fordham University.He worked as a marine chemist in the New York area and retired in 1972 to Rutland.He was a member of the St.Peter's Church in Rutland.He had lived with his son in Marshfield for the past eight years.Survivors include his wife, Bette; 10 children, Joseph, Robert, Michael, Pamela Murphy, Patricia Cronin, Linda Hanf, Stephen, Nancy Prall, Susan Francks and Cynthia Boyd; 32 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren.
, 92, of Barre, died April 1.Born in 1907 in Groton, she was the daughter of Charles and Lonora (Elmer) Welch.She attended schools in Groton.She married Stephen Hart, who died in 1936.She later married Francis Davidson, who died in 1964.She was a nurses aide at Hutchins Nursing Home in So.Barre and later worked at the Howard Johnson's restaurant.Survivors include a daughter, Lenora McDonald; three sons, Stephen Hart, Francis Davidson and Van Davidson; 14 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren.
, 83, of Chelsea died April 2.Born in 1916 in Chelsea, she was the daughter of Albert and Irene (Cota) Austin.She attended Chelsea schools and was married to Glenn Kennedy in 1940.Mr.Kennedy died in 1991.She did housekeeping for various people in Chelsea and was a member of the Chelsea Methodist Church.Survivors include two sons, Paul and Clayton; two stepsons, Albert and Herbert; four daughters, Lois Carey, Viola Moran, Victoria Stone and Peggy Godell; two step-daughters, Ella Emerson and Dorothy Carrier; a brother; 37 grandchildren; many great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.
, 95, of Montpelier, died April 2.Born in 1904 in Methuen, Mass., she was the daughter of Tom and Emily Jordan Fawthorpe.She received her RN at the Lawrence General Hospital in Lawrence, Mass.and had a career lasting 55 years.Survivors include one sister, Constance Lever; her nephew, Thomas Lever; her niece, Emily Repp; four great-nieces; one great-nephew; three great-great-nephews.