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Lawrence C. Thompson Sr. , 84, of Newport died peacefully April 11, 2010, at his home. He was born August 27, 1925, in Newport, a son of Raymond and Nell (Clark) Thompson. Upon graduation from Derby Academy in 1942, he joined the U.S. Marines Corp and attended officers candidate school at Duke University, earning the rank of 1st lieutenant. While serving in WWII and the Korean War he moved to the rank of captain before his honorable discharge in 1954. Mr. Thompson went on to pursue a career with Ethan Allen, Inc., moving from Orleans to Danbury, Connecticut, and retiring as an executive officer. He and his wife, Eleanor, enjoyed many winters in Florida and summers in Vermont while taking time to travel the country and abroad. Mr. Thompson was an avid golfer and bridge player, and he enjoyed antiquing and collecting banks. On October 2, 1947, he married Eleanor Dean Wolcott who survives him. He is also survived by his son Lawrence "Butch" Thompson Jr. and his wife, Anne, of Derby; his daughter Cynthia Paula and her husband, Ron, of Derby; by four grandchildren: John and James Scott, Raymond Thompson and Jeffery Thompson and his wife, Maya; a great-grandson Kai Thompson; and by nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a sister, Pansy Morgan. Graveside services were held on April 16 at the Derby Center Cemetery with the Reverend Fred Barker officiating. Should friends desire, contributions in his memory may be made to the Orleans-Essex Visiting Nurse's Association and Hospice, Inc., at 46 Lakemont Road, Newport, Vermont 05855, or to the North Country Hospital Oncology Department, 189 Prouty Drive, Newport, Vermont 05855.

Elizabeth A. Valley , 87, of Barton died peacefully on April 14, 2010, in Newport. She was born July 29, 1922, in Glover a daughter of Charles and Rogean (LeClair) Robinson. On June 8, 1942, she married Paul A. Valley who predeceased her. She and her late husband owned and operated their farm in Westmore for more than 40 years until retirement in the 1980s at which time their son Terrance bought the farm. Mrs. Valley was active in running the farm as well as bringing up the family, and she still found time to work at the Franklin Store in Barton for 26 years. She always enjoyed having the family over to visit and especially enjoyed the grandchildren and great- grandchildren. She also enjoyed playing bingo and dominos. She is survived by her children: Kenneth Valley and his wife, Susan, of Connecticut and Florida, Donna Poginy and her husband, Peter, of Barton, and Terrance Valley and his wife, Allison, of Westmore; grandchildren Jeffrey Poginy and his wife, Jessica, Angela Poginy, Erica Ingalls and her husband, James, Derrick Poginy and his wife, Emily, Erin Dawson and her husband, Paul, Pamela Major and her husband, Chris, Megan and her fiancee, Kevin Choquette, Tyler, Morgan, and Jeremy Valley; and by great-grandchildren Noah and Nicole Dawson, Michaela and Aiden Poginy, Ciara Major, Bailey Ingalls, Jacob Poginy, Ava Clarkson, and Benjamin Choquette. She is also survived by two brothers, Wayne Robinson and his wife, Lynn, of Maine, and Graydon Robinson and his wife, Virginia, of Maine; and a sister-in-law, Effie Robinson of Idaho. She was predeceased by an infant son, Richard Dean Valley, a sister, Charlotte Gravel, and by a brother, Llewellyn Robinson. Funeral services were held April 19 at St. Paul's Catholic Church with the Reverend Sixmund Nyabenda celebrating a Mass. Interment for Mrs. Valley and her husband, Paul, followed in St. Paul's Cemetery in Barton. Should friends desire, contributions in her memory may be made to the American Cancer Society, Vermont Division, 55 Day Lane, Williston, Vermont 05495.

Anne Warner Adams , born July 27, 1936, in Lowell, to Ralph and Elsie Preston, died on the evening of April 8, 2010, in Hanford, California. She was in the presence of loved ones when she died. Mrs. Adams is survived by a brother, Ralph "Bud" Preston; a sister, Margaret "Pres" Atwater; four children: Karen Jones, Janis Young, Robert Adams and Susan Cardoza; eight grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. She was a devoted mother who worked hard and made great sacrifices for her children; her greatest joy was in being a grandmother and great-grandmother. Her remains will be cremated and laid to rest at Mountainview Cemetery in Lowell.

Phyllis B. Amyot , 83, died peacefully on April 24, 2010, at the Vermont Respite House in Wiliston. She was born in Glover on September 8, 1926, a daughter of Philip and Gertrude Brooks. In 1985 she married Vincent Amyot, and together they operated Amyot's Inc. John Deere Dealership in Barton. After retiring with her husband in 1992, they enjoyed traveling both in the U.S. and abroad. Mrs. Amyot also enjoyed playing the organ and taking organ lessons at their Florida winter home. She had a love for her flower gardens, birdwatching, all things craft-related. She had extensive collections of Disney items, John Deere toys, and Shirley Temple dolls, books, and movies. In her later years, you could almost always find her watching the Food Network or the home improvement channel, waiting for the mail to come or for someone to stop in to visit or take her for a ride to McDonald's for a special treat. During her latest illness, she received special care and comfort from her granddaughter Shelley and caretaker and friend Bonnie Poginy. She is survived by three daughters: Sondra Thomson of Colchester, Bonnie Currier and her husband, Raymond, of Glover, Stephanie Lesage and her husband, Peter, of Colchester; and by step-children Eric and Christina Amyot of Jackson, New Jersey, Deborah and David Brosseau of Lyndonville, Carmen and David Brown of Jappa, Maryland, and Jacque and Leah Amyot of Corinth, New York. She is also survived by a sister, Mona Rivard of Colchester. She will be sadly missed by 13 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her loving husband of 20 years, Vincent Amyot, and by her two brothers, Neil and Alton Brooks. A funeral service will be held on Wednesday, April 28, at 1 p.m. at St. Paul's Church in Barton with Father Dan Rupp officiating, a person who was of special comfort to Mrs. Amyot through both her own illness and her husband's. Internment will take place at Westlook Cemetery in Glover following the Mass. Should friends and family desire, contributions in her memory may be made to the Vermont Respite House, 99 Allen Brook Lane, Williston, Vermont 05495.

Gervaise Belanger , 78, of Derby died April 17, 2010, in Newport surrounded by her family. She was born April 21, 1931, in St. Gideon, Quebec, a daughter of Simeon and Victoria Quirion. On June 18, 1949, she married Joachim Belanger who predeceased her on March 26, 2003. She is survived by her children: Diane Belanger of Derby, Andre Belanger and his wife, Charlene, of Polk City, Florida, Denis Belanger of Holland, Laurette Baraw and her husband, Kenneth, of Johnson, Francine Linn and her husband, Pete, of Eagle River, Alaska, and Manon Higginson and her fiance, Joe Cote, of Newport; by 20 grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren. She is also survived by a brother, Ange Emile Quirion, of St. Robert, Quebec, three sisters: Jeannette Nadeau of Newport, Jacqueline Lachance of St. George, Quebec, and Claudette Nadeau of St. Gideon, Quebec. She was predeceased by two brothers: Larry Quirion and Jean Noel Quirion, and by a sister, Claire Yvette. Funeral services were held April 21 at St. Edward's Catholic Church in Derby Line where a Mass was held. Interment was in St. Edward's Cemetery.

Yvonne L. Bertolini , 82, of Barton died April 19, 2010, in Newport. She was born July 7, 1927, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, a daughter of Sidney and Pearl (Cheek) Heggerness. Ms. Bertolini is survived by her best friend of 29 plus years, Tami Stone of Barton; by Ms. Stone's boys, Bruce Jr. and his wife, Melissa, Roy Stone and his fiance, Liza, of Barton, and Logan Stone; Ms. Stone's grandchildren: Bruce III, Nicholas and Cheyanne; by her children: John Willemsen Bertolini of Newport, Matthew Bertolini and his wife, Geneva, of Glover; her grandchildren: Jeremy, Lucas, Lorenzo, Magon Bassett and her husband, Nate, Crystal Hancock and her husband, Scott, Sara Camber and Daniel Camber, Christina and Tabatha Bertolini; her great-grandchildren: Danielle, Mary and Chloe Bassett and Justin Camber. She also leaves a very good friend, Roger Menard, a special aunt, June; and by several nieces, nephews and aunts and uncles. She was predeceased by her mother, Pearl Cheek, her father, Sidney Heggerness, her daughter Sharon Willemsen Bertolini Camber, her son Steven Willemsen and a son-in-law Daniel Camber. Services will be held at the convenience of the family. Should friends desire, contributions in her memory may be made to Indoor Recreation of Orleans County (IROC) Exercise Program, 400 Quarry Road, Derby, Vermont 05829.

Edmond J. Boutin , 91, of Glover died peacefully on April 23, 2010, in Glover. He was born March 10, 1919, in Williston, a son of Joseph and Rose (Bergeron) Boutin. On May 17, 1942, he married Collette Talbot who survives him. Mr. Boutin lived in Essex Center from 1920 to 1935. He went to school eight years in Essex Center and moved to Barton on May 17, 1935, to a bigger farm with his parents. He worked on the farm until he reported to service for the U.S. between October 15, 1941, and December 15, 1945. He was stationed at Keesler Field, Mississippi, from January to August of 1942 where he served in the orthopedic ward in the hospital. He went on to Gulf Port Field, Mississippi, until January of 1945 where he served as a carpenter in the maintenance department. He went to the infantry at Camp Livingston, Louisiana, where he joined the engineers then left and went to Rufus, Oregon, for two weeks in March 1945. This is when the Allies broke through German lines, and he returned to Camp Polk in Louisiana. He was at this camp when President Roosevelt died in April of 1945. He then went to Huma, Arizona, and built bridges across the Colorado River. He was there when the first atomic bomb was tested in the desert. The war ended, and Mr. Boutin went to Riverside, California, where he camped near the Pacific and built roads and tested wire mesh to help drive heavy equipment in sandy conditions. He was honorably discharged and returned to Barton where he worked on the family farm until March of 1946 when he went to work for Webster Motors in Barton as a mechanic. In 1949 he built a small garage in Barton called Ed's Garage and owned and operated it until 1951. He traded this building with John Talbot in 1951 when he moved to Glover to farm. He dairy farmed until August 1973 when the Interstate 91 was built and split up some of the farmland. He worked at Ethan Allen in Orleans in 1973 and operated a variable saw until retirement on March 31, 1984. He held memberships with the American Legion Post #76 of Barton where he was a member for 50 years and also the Knights of Columbus. After his retirement, he liked to tinker with all sorts of things. He was a master carpenter and wood craftsman. He is survived by his wife, Collette Boutin of Glover, eight children: Michael Boutin of Burlington, Paul Boutin and his wife, Christal, of Glover, Denise Perron and her husband, Eric, of Carson City, Nevada, Susan Swift and her husband, James, of Glover, Nicole Blodgett and her husband, Andrew, of Underhill, Ronald Boutin and his companion, Sue Bacon, of Glover, Diane McGough and her husband, Larry, of Colorado, Springs, Colorado, and Mark Boutin and his wife, Jo, of St. Albans; by 16 grandchildren; by 15 great-grandchildren; and by several nieces and nephews. ,He was predeceased by a sister, Jean Boutin, and by two brothers: Antonio and Clement Boutin. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, April 30, at the Curtis-Britch-Converse-Rushford Funeral Home at 12 Elm Street in Barton. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 1, at St. Paul's Catholic Church in Barton with the Reverend Sixmund Nyabenda celebrating a Mass. Interment will follow in Westlook Cemetery in Glover with military honors. Should friends desire, contributions in his memory may be made to the St. Paul's Catholic School in Barton.

Myrna May Brosseau , 67, of Hardwick died peacefully on April 20, 2010, at the Fletcher Allen Medical Center in Burlington. She was born March 27, 1943, in Sutton, a daughter of Edson and Ethel (Paul) Basford. She attended Barton public schools and Glover village school. Mrs. Brosseau was a devoted mother, grandmother and caregiver. She spent her life raising her children and was an avid seamstress, quilter, knitter and baker. She treasured spending time with her grandchildren, teaching them to cook and sew, as well as playing cards and board games. She was a member of the Hardwick Bible Baptist Church. Survivors include her mother, Ethel Basford, of Glover; Robert Brosseau Sr., the father of her children; three sons: Robert Brosseau Jr. of Derby, Joseph Brosseau of Hardwick, and Andre Brosseau of West Glover; two daughters: Debbie Messier and her husband, Shawn, of Hardwick, and Theresa Quinlan and her husband, Dan, of Ellsworth, Maine; 13 grandchildren; one great-grandson; six sisters: Beverly Messier of Green Acres, Florida, Pheobe Kimball of Coventry, Barbara Isham of East Hardwick, Lorraine Gillifillan of Nashua, New Hampshire, Beatrice Whittier and Gloria White, both of Greensboro; several nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by her father, Edson Basford; three brothers, Charles, Brian and Bernard Basford; a brother-in-law, Irwin White; and a sister-in-law, Linda Basford. A funeral was held April 23 at the United Church in Hardwick with the Reverend Judy Waible and pastor Matt Perkins officiating. In lieu of flowers, contributions in her memory may be made to the Hardwick Bible Baptist Church, Youth Camp Fund, 296 South Main Street, Hardwick, Vermont 05843.

Bruce O. Hansen , 74, of North Troy died peacefully on April 24, 2010, in Newport. He was born January 2, 1936, in North Troy, a son of Reginald and Laura (Bocash) Hansen. On May 17, 1958, he married Janice Denton who survives him. He worked for many years for the town of Troy and later became town manager. He also was employed at Orleans Manufacturing, Poulin Grain, and Jay Peak where he made many friends. Mr. Hansen enjoyed sports. He was an avid fan of the New York Yankees and the Montreal Canadiens. He also played softball, basketball, and baseball. He bowled, and he could play a good game of horseshoes. He was a great family man and enjoyed doing things with his family. He is survived by his wife, Janice Hansen, of North Troy; two children: Jacqueline Hansen of North Troy and Mickey Hansen and his wife, Deborah, of Derby; a grandson, Jeffrey Hansen, of Derby; and by his cat Babe; by four brothers: Philip Hansen of Connecticut, Harold Hansen and his wife, Margo, of North Troy, James Hansen and his wife, Ann, of Newport, Reginald Hansen and his wife, Susan of North Troy; by a sister Jane Morris of Maryland; and by several nieces and nephews. He was very close to sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law: Dorio Roberts, Rollie Denton and Karleen, Bernard Denton and Sandy. He was predeceased by a sister, Joyce Hastings; brothers Roger and Harley; his in-laws Harriet and Edmund Garrett, Jeannette and Chet Wisneski and Geneva Roberts. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, April 28, at the Curtis-Britch-Converse-Rushford Funeral Home at 4670 Darling Hill Road in Newport with the Reverend Rick Shover officiating. Interment will follow in North Troy Cemetery. Should friends desire, contributions in his memory may be made to the North Troy Cemetery Association, care of Donna Kennison, 92 Elm Street, North Troy, Vermont 05859.

Lee C. Horn , 66, of Greensboro died Monday, April 12, 2010, while on a cruise in the Caribbean after a year-long battle with cancer. Mr. Horn was born July 15, 1943, in Atlanta, Georgia, a son of William A. Horn Sr. and Ona C. Horn. He was a graduate of Henry Grady High School and Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia. He married Malda Perry on June 26, 1992, in Herndon, Virginia. A lifetime career in insurance and finance carried him from Atlanta to Chicago, Keene, New Hampshire, Washington, D.C., and finally to Galveston, Texas. He and his wife dreamed of a retirement sanctuary in Vermont and were able to enjoy the beauty of the Northeast Kingdom for almost two years before he died. Mr. Horn loved music - all kinds, but especially blues and jazz. He played guitar and in college had his own band which played back-up to such greats as B.B. King, Mac Davis, and Chubby Checker. He also enjoyed reading, camping, traveling and gardening. He loved playing practical jokes and found humor in life each day, sharing his dry wit with others. He was a loving caregiver for his mother and mother-in-law in earlier years and, in retirement, continued his compassion for others by volunteering for Meals on Wheels, driving residents to doctors' appointments and serving on the board of trustees for the Craftsbury Community Care Center. Survivors include his wife, Malda, of Greensboro; five sons: Richard Godwin of Burlington, Iowa, Ronald, Kenneth and Matthew of Denver, Colorado, and Bradford and his wife, Carmen, of Atlanta; step-daughter Dianne Stoehr and her husband, Dan, of Tacoma, Washington; stepsons Douglas Perry and his wife, Tina, of Southlake, Texas, and David Perry and his wife, Zoie, of Longview, Texas; step-son-in-law Bryan Venable of Stafford, Virginia; a brother, William Horn and his wife, Anna, of Norcross, Georgia; birth father Lee Gillespie and his wife, Teeny, of Gainsville, Georgia; half-sister Gail Turner and her husband, Bill, of Gainsville; half-brother Richard Gillespie of Cumming, Georgia; brother-in-law John von Steinbergs of Minnetonka, Minnesota; and 18 grandchildren. Mr. Horn was predeceased by his father, William A. Horn, and step-daughter Deborah Venable. His mother, Ona Horn, died four days after his death. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 1, at the East Craftsbury Presbyterian Church in East Craftsbury.

Richard Tommy "Duke" LaPointe , died peacefully surrounded by loved ones at Fletcher Allen Hospital on Friday, April 16, 2010, following complications from longstanding health concerns. In his 56 years, Mr. LaPointe never stopped loving life or his friends and family, leaving a full legacy of touched lives and extraordinary memories. He was born on February 8, 1954, in Claremont, New Hampshire, to Theresa and Donald "Red" LaPointe. He grew up with his five siblings: Donna Tewksbury, Karen Pore, Pamela Fairbanks, Rhonda Sharkey and Colan Lacroix. He had two children, Alan LaPointe and Kristin LaPointe. Four granddaughters, Samantha LaPointe, Ashli LaPointe, Sadie Witham-LaPointe, and Sara Witham-LaPointe were a source of love and pride. He adored all ten of his nieces and nephews and watching their lives develop as they began their own families. He met and married his best friend, Tami Raymond, in 1994. Together they traveled the world. Mr. LaPointe loved the freedom that came from scuba diving with sharks and watching his wife enjoy much needed relaxation from farm life. They often traveled with their dear and devoted friends, Stephen and Trudy Hurd. Mr. LaPointe graduated from Stevens High School in Claremont, New Hampshire, in 1972. From there, he joined the Navy. He developed a love for agriculture early in life, which led him to pursue an education at the University of New Hampshire in animal science. At the same time, he would realize his dream of owning and operating his own dairy farm when he rented and eventually bought Kristal Farms in Holland. Even though health issues would eventually leave him unable to continue his passion for dairy farming, Mr. LaPointe was never one to let problems stop him from living his life to the fullest. He made use of his newly found freedom to see the world, spend time with his friends and family, and help his wife turn the farm into a family oriented, successful equine establishment. He lived his life with dignity, compassion, and purpose and will be sorely missed by the many people whose lives he helped shape. Both Mr. and Mrs. LaPointe touched countless lives of children as they shared their love of livestock. In acknowledgement of the remarkable care that Mr. LaPointe received from North Country Hospital, the family asks that anyone wishing to give toward his memory make a donation to the Ron Holland Community Dialysis Center at North Country Hospital in Newport or to the Border Livestock Plus 4-H Club, care of Clara Nadeau, 3571 Gore Road, Derby, Vermont 05829. A celebration of Mr. LaPointe's life will start at noon on May 15 at Kristal Farms, 905 Goodall Road, in Holland. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Jane Little , 91, died at her residence in Greensboro on April 18, 2010, with her caregivers, Andrea and Sandra McLeod, by her side. She was born April 22, 1918, the daughter of G. Austin and Agnes (Kipper) Little. She was a 1935 graduate of Woodbury High School and attended Wilson College in Pennsylvania where she majored in languages and political science. She then attended Interboro Institute in New York and Pierce School in Philadelphia for secretarial training. After a stint at Vermont Junior College as an instructor of modern languages, she attended Middlebury College for a summer advanced study of Spanish composition and conversation. With the start of World War II, she attended the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut, and was commissioned ensign in the first women's company to graduate from a men's military training school. She became the only SPAR (Coast Guard Women's Reservist) selected to instruct in a training course for male officers. She served as a communications instructor in several positions. She was the only SPAR to serve as personnel officer in the Coast Guard training center for men after her recall to the service in 1951 at the start of the Korean Conflict. Ms. Little moved on in 1954 to Davis and Elkins College in West Virginia as dean of women, assistant dean of the college, then dean of student affairs, and finally assistant professor of Spanish. She then was the director of student services and resident advisor at the International House in New York City, and in 1960 became the associate dean of students at State University of New York in New Paltz. Later she attended Princeton Theology Seminar and became a ruling elder in the First Presbyterian Church of Kingston, New York. Ms. Little was a motivated person, interested in people throughout her career - teaching, counseling and working with them through her church and personal life. She was concerned with the environment and was active with the Nature Conservancy and Habitat for Humanity. Through her efforts, land on the back side of Long Pond in Greensboro, is protected. She worked in her younger days as a camp counselor in the Lake Fairlee area and during her short time at Vermont Junior College in Montpelier organized and instructed a riding club. She held a pilot's license and achieved many goals, too many to mention. She leaves three nieces and six nephews, the children of her brother Robert Little and sister Agnes Little Ruhl who predeceased her. She was also predeceased by her parents. Ms. Little's remains will be intered in the family plot in the Wenonah Cemetery in Wenonah, New Jersey, where a family service will be held later this spring.

William "Jim" J. Marsh , 82, of Orleans died peacefully on April 22, 2010, in Burlington. He was born July 8, 1927, in Stewartstown, New Hampshire, a son of Robert and Mildred (Davis) Marsh. On December 27, 1949, he married Norine Stone who predeceased him in 1994. Mr. Marsh was a veteran of World War II and held membership with the American Legion Post #23 of Orleans. He worked as a whitewash man for various farms throughout northern Vermont for many years. His hobbies included fishing, hunting, gardening, and lawn work. He is survived by his children: Danny Marsh and his wife, Yvette, of North Troy, Randy Marsh and his wife, Virginia, of East Wallingford, and Carol Marsh of Oregon; a son-in-law Harry Shover of Brownington; and by the following grandchildren: Amy (Lee) Barrup, Christopher Marsh, Ashley Marsh, Courtney Marsh, and Danielle Shover; and by three great-grandchildren; a brother Robert (Eddy) Marsh and his wife, Sandra, of Barre; and by several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a daughter, Cindy Shover; and by sisters and brothers Mary, Clara, Leora, Rilma, Irene, Wilfred, George, and Durwood. Funeral services were held on April 26 at a Curtis-Britch-Converse-Rushford Funeral Home with the Reverend Christine Findlay officiating. Interment followed in Pleasantview Cemetery in Orleans with military honors.

Gary Maynard Osborne , 62, of Island Pond, the beloved husband of Janet Osborne, died unexpectedly on April 22, 2010, in Ferdinand. He was born June 20, 1947, in Island Pond, a beloved son of the late Maynard and Gwendolyn (Bailey) Osborne. On June 7, 1969, he married Janet Marquis. Mr. Osborne graduated in 1969 from the University of Vermont with a degree in forestry. He was a 1st lieutenant in the U. S. Army and a U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officer from 1972 until 2007 when he retired. Upon retirement, Mr. Osborne fulfilled his lifelong dream of establishing a 4,000-tap maple sugaring operation. He and his family poured their hearts and souls into this project. He was an avid outdoorsman. He enjoyed hunting, gardening, biking, working in the vegetable and flower gardens, and especially being in the woods. He was also a gifted carpenter and wood crafter. Mr. Osborne held memberships with the American Legion Post #80 of Island Pond, the Vermont Maple Sugar Association, and was the town tree warden and justice of the peace. He is survived by his wife, Janet Osborne; two sons: Jon Gary Osborne and his wife, Kate, of Elmore and Troy David Osborne and Molly Burger of West Danville; two grandchildren: Eben and Linden Osborne; two sisters: Barbara Boylan and her husband, Patrick, of Bellows Falls and Cynthia Gervais and her husband, Richard, of Island Pond; aunts and uncles: Lynwood and Helen Osborne of Alabama, Lorraine Caouette of Island Pond, Joan and Don Hill of Oregon, Ruth Perrier of Florida, and Phyllis Bailey of Barton; his sister-in-law Marcia Sullivan and her husband, James, of North Carolina; his brother-in-law Allan Marquis and his wife, Barbara, of North Carolina; his cousin and best friend Butch Osborne of Island Pond; and by many nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family. Funeral services were held on April 27 at Christ Episcopal Church in Island Pond with the Reverend Brendan Whittaker officiating. Should friends desire, contributions in his memory may be made to the Island Pond Health Center, P.O. Box 425, Island Pond, Vermont 05846.

Joseph Albert Ganiere , Committal services for Joseph Albert Gagniere will be held at 2 p.m. on Friday, April 30, at St. Edward's Cemetery in Derby Line with military honors.

Robert Gosselin Sr. , There will be a funeral Mass for Robert Gosselin Sr. at St. Mary's Star of the Sea Church in Newport on May 6 at 11 a.m. Interment will follow at St. Edward's Cemetery in Derby Line.



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