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, 79, of Middle Street, died Tuesday, October 4, 2011, at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon.
Mr. Anderson was born in Dearborn, Michigan, on June 20, 1932, the son of Walter and Katherine (Casey) Anderson.
He was raised in Michigan and went on to serve with the US Navy. Later he resided for many years in Coventry, Rhode Island, and worked as head electrician at Quonset Point Naval Air Station. When Quonset closed he transferred to the Naval Base in Groton, CT, and worked there for several years. In the early 90’s he moved to New Hampshire. He was an avid Red Sox fan and during his years in Rhode Island he was a volunteer little league baseball coach.
Family members include a son Kevin J. Anderson and his wife Cindy of Lancaster; a daughter Teri Lee Anderson and her partner Rose Fitzgerald of Guildhall; two grandsons, Christopher Joseph Anderson of Florida, Christopher Walker of Lancaster; two brothers, Douglas Anderson and Donald Anderson both of Michigan; many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife Fae Elaine (Miller) Anderson and a sister Elaine.
Private services will be held at the convenience of the family.
, 66, of South Lunenburg Road, died at his home with his family by his side on Monday evening October 10, 2011, after losing his long battle with cancer.
Mr. McCullock was born in Whitefield, NH, on May 1, 1945, the son of Carlyle and Louva (Miller) McCullock.
Kenneth was raised in Dalton and was a graduate of Whitefield High School. In 1969 he moved to Lunenburg and was employed at the Gilman Mill for 38 years. He loved to hunt and fish with his children and grandchildren and he had keen interest in wildlife, particularly bird watching.
Family members include his wife Agnes M. (Boudle) McCullock of Lunenburg; two sons, Trevor Szymanowski and his wife Kerri of North Concord, VT, Trent Szymanowski of Plainwell, Michigan; three grandchildren, Kaleigh Szymanowski, Holden Szymanowski, Trey Szymanowski; a brother, Frank McCullock and his wife Mary of Lancaster; and two nephews, Mark McCullock of N. Stratford and Rick McCullock of Bethlehem. He was predeceased by a son Kirk McCullock and an aunt Gladys Miller.
A memorial service will be held Saturday morning October 15, at 10:00, at Bailey Funeral Home, Lancaster. Burial will be at a later date in Cushman Cemetery, Dalton.
, 82, of Crystal Ave., died suddenly Monday morning, October 10, 2011, at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon.
Mr. Finch was born in Boston, MA, on June 27, 1929, the son of Gilbert T. Finch Sr. and Alice (Lydon) Finch.
He was a long time resident of Littleton, MA, where he worked 20+ years for Littleton Electric Light. He loved to travel, he loved his animals and was a avid sports fan, especially the Red Sox. He has resided in Jefferson for the past two years.
He served with the US Army during the Korean War.
Family members include his wife of 59 years, Dorothy E. (Thompson) Finch of Jefferson; a son Gilbert D. Finch Sr. and his wife Cheryl of Jefferson; three grandchildren and their spouses, Kimberly Thompson and Chris of New Gloucester, ME, Gilbert D. Finch Jr. and Amy of Littleton, MA, Elizabeth Devlin and Jen of Lowell, MA; two great-granchildren, Brianna and Timothy Thompson of New Gloucester, ME; a sister Jean Smith of Weymouth, MA; and several nieces and nephews
Services will be held at the convenience of the family.
Donations in lieu of flowers may be made in his memory to Riverside Animal Rescue, 236 East Concord Road, Lunenburg, VT 05906
, 84, died Saturday morning, October 22, 2011, at the Country Village Genesis Eldercare Center, Lancaster, after a battle with cancer.
He was born December 26th, 1926, in Berlin, NH, the son of the late Henry and Flora Muise.
He was raised in Errol and attended Berlin High School. During his junior year, at the height of World War II, he enlisted in the US Navy and was on the first ship to enter the harbor of Hiroshima after release of the atomic bomb. Following his tour of duty, he returned to graduate from Berlin High School and remained in the Naval Reserves.
After graduation, he began working for the N.H. Fish Game as a fish culturist, a Deputy Conservation Officer, and eventually a Conservation Officer. Shortly thereafter, he was called back to duty for two years during the Korean War.
Upon his return from this second tour of duty, he was assigned a patrol area in Groveton, where he moved with his family. He remained in the area for 25 years and was eventually named District Chief for Coos County. He was well-known and liked throughout the North Country, considered a fair and kind officer of the law. Upon his retirement from Fish & Game, through an act of the NH State Legislature, a previously unnamed peak in the Great North Woods was named Muise Mountain in his honor.
After retiring in 1975 he became a Deputy Sheriff for two years. He was also employed for 15 years at Roberts Motor Sales in Lancaster. He and his wife Joanne enjoyed their retirement home on Back Lake in Pittsburg and he remained a mentor to younger Conservation Officers until his death.
He was predeceased by his brother Raymond and his first wife, Patricia Moreau Muise.
He is survived by his wife, Joanne Roberts Landroche Muise; his son Donald Muise of Flagstaff, AZ and his wife Renee; his daughters Linda Muise of Dover, Cathy Byham of Williamsport, PA, and her husband Rob; his stepchildren, Jeff Landroche of Rollinsford, NH, Janine Elliott of Lancaster, Jon Landroche of Lancaster; 10 beloved grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. He is also survived by his “surrogate sons” – nephews David, John, Robert and Gary Muise – as well as several other nieces, nephews, cousins and in-laws.
At his request, there will be no calling hours. A memorial service will be held Thursday afternoon, October 27, at 1:00 PM, at the Lancaster Congregational United Church of Christ.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to a charity of one’s choice.
, 71, of Colby Road, died suddenly at his home Monday morning, October 24, 2011.
Mr. Marvin was born in New Haven, CT, on May 19, 1940, the son of Irving Howard and Pearl (Alexander) Marvin.
He was raised in New Haven and attended Eli Whitney Tech School. He was a precision tool maker and was employed for a time at Marlin Gun Manufacturing in Connecticut. In 1969 he moved to Wappingers Falls, NY, to work for Fargo Manufacturing in Poughkeepsie. For many years he and his family took trips to Lunenburg, VT, to vacation, hunt and fish. In 1998 he moved there permanently. Besides hunting and fishing he also enjoyed crafts and woodworking. From 1960 to 1966 he served with the Nation Guard.
Family members include his wife Viola (Fasciani) Marvin of Lunenburg; his son David Phillip Marvin of Houston, TX; a daughter Dawn Marie Marvin of Wappingers Falls, NY; three grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents; a brother, Robert Marvin and two sisters, Charlotte Janicki and Evelyn Bittner.
There are no visiting hours. A memorial service will be held Saturday afternoon, October 29, at 2:00 PM at the Bailey Funeral Home, 210 Main Street, Lancaster, NH. His good friend Reverend Larry Batza of East Haven, CT, will officiate. Burial will be at a later date in the Calvary Cemetery, Lancaster.
, 67, of Lake Road, died Tuesday, October 25, 2011, at the Littleton Regional Hospital, after a long battle with cancer.
Mrs. Powers was a lifetime resident of Lunenburg, born there on June 7, 1944, the daughter of Raymond William and Lorretta M. (Wood) McLaughlin.
Susan held several jobs during her lifetime. She was a bookmaker at the Stinehour Press, operated her own craft business and helped with her husband’s business. For the Lunenburg Fire District #1 she was a volunteer and secretary for many years. She was a nurse to many and enjoyed gardening.
She was a member of St. Leo’s Church in Lunenburg and the Mountain View Baptist Church in Lancaster.
Family members include three sisters, Geraldine Pinette, Patricia Dupont, Virginia “Ginger” Savage White, all of Lunenburg; and many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. Her husband Kenneth A. Powers predeceased her in 2005.
At her request there are no visiting hours. A memorial service will be held Wednesday, November 9, at 11:00 AM, in the United Methodist Church in Lunenburg. Rev. John Sommers, pastor, will officiate.
Donations in lieu of flowers may be made in her memory to the United Methodist Church of Lunenburg, % Pat Briggs, Box 11, Lunenburg, VT 05906.
, 69, of Elm Street, died Tuesday, October 25, 2011, at Weeks Medical Center, Lancaster, after a recent illness.
He was the son of Murray and Ilda Jackson, was the proprietor of Whitefield Electronics working as an electronics technician and sound engineer. For many years he provided sound services to local school and civic events including providing the sound services for the Whitefield summer band concerts every year since 1960.
Joe was an accomplished professional bass guitar player working with many local country music bands over the years. He was also an early member of the Whitefield Life Squad.
Joe was a long time member of the Community Baptist Church in Whitefield serving as moderator for several years and also serving in positions of deacon and trustee. Mr. Jackson has been the inspiration behind the development and success of the North Country Gospel Music Festival which has been sponsored by the church for the past five summers.
Joe was an active member for 28 years of the North Star Lodge No. 8, Free & Accepted Masons in Lancaster, NH, serving as Worshipful Master from 1991 through 1993. He was also a 32nd degree member of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry and a recipient of the Meritorious Service Award. He was also a member of Olive Branch Chapter No. 1, Order of the Eastern Star in Lancaster and was currently serving as First Vice-President of North Star Masonic Corporation.
His hobbies and interests included tinkering with electronic and sound systems, amateur radio, gospel and country music and volunteering in the local schools.
Joseph leaves four grown children: Tammy Boudle of Whitefield, NH; Joseph Jackson, Jr. of Graham, WA; Bethany Jackson of Decatur, IL and Jeannie Jackson of Berlin, NH. He also leaves four grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
A memorial service will be held to celebrate the life of Mr. Jackson at the Community Baptist Church of Whitefield, located at 27 Jefferson Rd. at 10 am on Friday, November 4th, 2011 with a committal service at the Colebrook Village Cemetery, Route 3, Colebrook, NH at 2pm on Saturday, November 5th. The Rev. Clifford W. Vendt will officiate the services.
In lieu of flowers, a donation to the "Friends of Joe Jackson Fund" at any Passumpsic Bank Branch would be appreciated. The following address may be used: Passumpsic Savings Bank; 20 Jefferson Rd.; Whitefield, NH.
, 89, died Monday, October 25, 2011, at Country Village Genesis Eldercare Center, Lancaster.
Mrs. Baker was born in Lancaster on August 4, 1922, the daughter of Harlie F. and Lulu (Bean) Carpenter.
She resided in Lancaster for many years and attended local schools. On April 30, 1949, she married Russell S. Baker. In 1972 they moved to Maine where she resided until Russell’s death in 1984.
She is survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins.
There are no visiting hours. A graveside service will be held Friday morning October 28, at 10:00 AM in Summer Street Cemetery, Lancaster. Rev. Ron Bruce, pastor of the Christ United Methodist Church, Lancaster, will officiate.
, 93, of North Road, died November 9, 2011, at Country Village Genesis Eldercare Center, Lancaster.
Mrs. Ray was born in Brooklyn, NY, on March, 17, 1918, the daughter of Frank and Winifred (Reilly) Ryan.
She is survived by a sister Eleanor Lobianco of Long Island. She was predeceased by her husband Joseph W. Ray and a daughter Maureen Ray.
There are no visiting hours. A Memorial mass for Winifred and Joseph will be held Wednesday morning, November 16, at All Saints Church in Lancaster at 10:00 AM. Rev. John B. MacKenzie, pastor, will officiate.
Burial will follow in Calvary Cemetery, Lancaster.
, 86, passed away on Friday November 18, 2011 in the comfort of his home surrounded by his family. He was born in Bloomfield, VT on April 5, 1925 a son to the late Asa and Minnie (Pervere) Fuller.
Mr. Fuller was a 69 year alumnus of Stratford High School; and was married to Gloria Henry on July 20, 1949. He was a tester for DHIA of Vermont; he also worked for CT Valley Dairy and Lotta Rock Dairy. Mr. Fuller was the last home delivery milk man in the North Country. He was also a member of the Christ United Methodist Church of Lancaster and a custodian for the church for 30 years. Mr. Fuller also helped develop, and was very involved in Fuller’s Sugar House.
Mr. Fuller is survived by his wife Gloria Fuller; six sons, Charles A. Fuller of Pawley’s Island, S.C., Albert R. Fuller Jr. and his wife Cheryl of Nantucket, MA, Edward E. Fuller and his wife Lynn of Lancaster, David B. Fuller and his wife Patti of Lancaster, Richard W. Fuller and his wife Katie of Whitefield, Russell J. Fuller and his wife Mary Ellen of Colebrook, ten grand children and ten great grand children. He was predeceased by his parents and two brothers Sylvester and Chester Fuller.
Family and friends are invited to visiting hours on Tuesday, November 22, 2011 at Bailey Funeral Home from 6-8. A funeral will be celebrated on Wednesday, November 23, 2011 at 10:30 AM at the Christ United Methodist Church in Lancaster with the Reverend Ron Bruce officiating. Burial will follow in the Number Ten Cemetery in Lancaster.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the Christ United Methodist Church: General Fund, 16 Church St. Lancaster, NH 03584
, 58, of Turnpike Road, died suddenly November 21, 2011, in Woodbridge, NJ.
Mr. Boutin was born in Lancaster on July 19, 1953, the son of Lucien and Theresa (Bilodeau) Boutin.
He was a 1972 graduate of White Mountain Regional High School and was employed for with Groveton Paper Company for 30 years. For the past year he has worked as a long haul truck driver for Stevens Transport in Dallas, TX.
Charles enjoyed many outdoor activities including snowmobiling, four-wheeling, riding motorcycles and fishing. He was an avid fan of stock car racing and regularly attended local race tracks.
He was an active parishioner of the Lancaster Assembly of God and a member of the Lancaster Snow Drifters.
Family members include his wife Diane (Desjardins) Boutin of Jefferson; three daughters, Stephanie Beaudet of Concord, NH, Christina Price of Kittery, ME, Alyssa Juilfs of Littleton; two grandchildren, Antonio and Olivia; four sisters, Claire Girouard of Jefferson, Annette Boutin of Salisbury, NY, Claudette Ball of Laconia, Pauline Horion of Springfield, VT; and several nieces and nephews. His parents and a sister Rita Boutin predeceased him.
There are no visiting hours. A funeral service will be held Monday morning, November 28, at 11:00 AM at the Lancaster Assembly of God. Burial in Riverton Cemetery, Jefferson, will be held at the convenience of the family.
, 78, of Garland Road, died Friday evening, November 25, 2011, at his home surrounded by family.
Mr. Skinner was born in Barton, VT, on February 10, 1933, the son of Lynn and Dora (Blake) Skinner.
He was raised in South Wheelock, VT, and later moved to Lancaster where he has resided for the past 57 years. He worked as a sales representative for Cray Oil for 25 years and later Northern Petroleum until his retirement in 1998. His territory covered much of NH and VT. He was proud of his many accomplishments including his success as a sales rep and acquiring his GED after retirement. He was also an avid outdoorsman.
Memberships included the Groveton Moose Club and the Lancaster Rotary.
Family members include his wife of 61 years Marion A. (Cota) Skinner of Lancaster; a son Steven Skinner of Colebrook; two daughters, Wallinda “Cindy” Gauvin of Glendale, AZ, Cheryl L. McLaughlin of Groveton; 4 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren; two brothers, Norman L. Skinner of Lancaster, Everett E. Skinner of Goffstown, NH; and several nieces and nephews. His brother, Dean Skinner, predeceased him.
Memorial visiting hours will be held Thursday morning, December 1, from 10:00AM to 12:00 PM at the Bailey Funeral Home. A graveside committal will be held immediately after in Summer Street Cemetery. Rev. Richard Phillips of Littleton will officiate.
Donations in lieu of flowers may be made in his memory to Northwoods Home Health & Hospice, 278 Main Street, Lancaster, NH 03584.
, 93, died on November 25, 2011 at the Morrison Nursing Home in Whitefield.
Ruth was born on August 18, 1918, in Shelburne, VT, to George A. Bishop and Lillian G. (Miles) Bishop. She grew up in Shelburne and graduated from Burlington High School in 1936.
Over the course of her life, Ruth did office work for the Liquor Control Board in Montpelier, was secretary to the principal of Central School in South Burlington, assistant town clerk and secretary to the town manager of Shelburne. She was an active member of the Order of Easter Star #75 for over 50 years as well as the League of Women Voters.
In 1940 she married Albert I Reynolds. They celebrated their 70th
wedding anniversary together at the Morrison on August 12, 2010.
Family members include her daughter, Nancy Page of Lancaster, NH; grandchildren Lauri Boivin and husband Michael of Littleton, NH, Suzanne Pyszka and husband Andrew of Goffstown, Sarah Hirji and husband Aly of Melbourne, FL, Scott Page and wife Suzanne of Alstead; eight great-grandchildren, Kate and Tom Boivin, Mike Pyszka, Ashlee and Shayla Hirji, and Nicole, Erica and Kevin Page. Her husband Albert and five siblings died previously.
Memorial plans will be at the convenience of the family. Albert and Ruth wished to be interred at the same time so a private burial will take place in the Shelburne Village Cemetery.
Donations may be made in her memory to The Morrison Capital Campaign, 6 Terrace Street, Whitefield, NH 03598 or Northwoods Home Health and Hospice, 278 Main Street, Lancaster, NH 03584.
, 75, passed away on Tuesday, December 06, 2011 in the comfort of her home following a long battle with cancer.
She was born in Lunenburg, VT on November 23, 1936, the daughter of Harry Carter and Geneva Burt. Beverly was a lifelong resident of Lunenburg and the youngest of nine children. In her free time Beverly enjoyed touring around the countryside.
She is survived by her son Jeffrey A. Carter of Lunenburg, VT, three brothers Stewart Burt of California, Doug Kimball of Littleton, NH, Elex Carter, Kansas
At Beverly’s request there will no calling hours or funeral. Memorial donations may be made in her memory to American Cancer Society P.O. Box 22718 Oklahoma City, OK 73123-1718
, Buster passed away on Friday, December 16, 2011 at Weeks Medical Center Hospital. He was born in Laconia, NH on April 17, 1932.
Buster was lucky enough to have been married to the love of his life, Mary, for 50 years. Buster enjoyed everything life had to give him. Not even losing his leg at the age of 69 could slow this avid outdoorsman down. Buster made a daily pilgrimage to Martin Meadow Pond. He knew more about the fish and the people than they themselves did. If a person wanted to know where the best time and place were to catch a fish, Buster was the man to see. Every winter Buster would make the trip to Pittsburg so he could go zipping around on his snow machine. What started out as a family trip when his sons were young turned into a one-man show as the years passed. Fortunately, Buster was never without a great group of friends to ride with. And if it wasn’t an Arctic Cat, it wasn’t worth riding. The Lancaster Fair won’t be the same without Buster sitting in front of his camper watching the comings and goings of the fair goers. He would sit and talk to anyone who slowed down in front of his camper and tell them about fairs gone by. He had a memory like a steel trap when it came to the details of past events.
During the last decade of his life, his happiest moments were those spent with his grandchildren. Matthew, Alex, and Mattie brought no end of joy to him and he provided them with an endless supply of treats and love.
Buster was also a career Naval man. He proudly served his country in the Korean War. Buster retired from the United States Navy with the rank of Chief Petty Officer.
Buster is predeceased by his mother, Juliette (Camden) Clay and his father, Harriman Clay. He is survived by his wife Mary (Savage) Clay, sons Harriman Jr and Matthew, grandsons Matthew and Alexander, granddaughter Madeline, and sister Doris (Clay) Lapete. He is also survived by sons Harriman and Randolph and their children and grandchildren.
A visitation will be held Monday, December 19 at Bailey Funeral Home in Lancaster, NH from 5-7 pm.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to NH Fish & Game ATTN: Business Division, 11 Hazen Drive Concord, NH 03301
West Stewartstown, NH - William H. Bishop Jr.
47 passed away on Thursday December 22, 2011 at the Coos County Nursing Home. He was born in Franklin, NH on May 4, 1964 a son to William H. and Linda G. (Hurlbert) Bishop.
Will grew up in Gorham, NH and graduated from Gorham High School class of 82’. He worked as a logger and farm hand for most of his life. Will was an avid hunter, trapper and fisherman.
Will was predeceased by his mother Linda Bishop and sister Sue Ellen Waterman. He is survived by his father William H Bishop Sr. and his wife Brenda of Lancaster, a son Nicholas Bishop and his wife Brenda of Lancaster, two daughters, Gale Bishop and her significant other Tim Biladeau of Granby, VT, Katie Bishop of Guyton, GA, one brother Bradley Bishop and his wife Billie Jo of Gorham, six grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.
Family and friends are invited to visiting hours on Friday December 23, 2011 from 6-8 PM at Bailey Funeral Home in Lancaster, NH. A graveside service will be held on Saturday December 24, 2011 at 11 AM at the Summer Street Cemetery in Lancaster with the Reverend Ron Bruce officiating.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the Huntington’s Disease Society of America, 505 Eighth Avenue Suite 502, NY, NY 10018.
, 80, a resident of Lancaster and Pinellas Park, FL passed away, on December 26, 2011 at the Palms of Pasadena Hospital. He was born in Lancaster on June 14, 1931 a son to the late Peter J. Sr. and Olivene (Morrisette) Morin.
John graduated from Lancaster Academy and entered into the army during the Korean Conflict. After his discharge from the Army, John worked for Peaslee’s Farm in Guildhall and then for NH VT Transportation. He spent the final 32 years of his career working for St. Johnsbury Trucking out of their Manchester, NH Terminal.
John was a member of the VFW Auxiliary and one of the original members of the Gilman American Legion. He enjoyed hunting and just loved the peace and quite of being in nature. John spent and enjoyed his time making and maintaining roads on his land. He will be remembered not only for being a gentleman but being a gentle man.
John was pre deceased by his parents and five brothers, Peter Jr., James, Paul, Francis and Fredrick. He is survived by his wife Arlene (Ridgwell) Morin, his son Jason Matthews, many cousins, several nieces and nephews.
Family and friends are invited to calling hours on Tuesday January 3, 2012 from 6-8 PM at Bailey Funeral Home in Lancaster. A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at All Saints Catholic Church in Lancaster on January 4, 2012 at 10AM. Burial will be held in the spring at Calvary Cemetery in Lancaster.
Memorial contributions may be made to the UMC Food Pantry, 16 Church St. Lancaster, NH 03584 or Lancaster Humane Society, 62 Martin Meadow Pond Rd. Lancaster, NH 03584
, 82, died Tuesday evening, December 27, 2011, at Weeks Medical Center, Lancaster.
Mr. Wright was born in Twin Mountain, NH, on September 19, 1929, the son of William and Gertrude (Whalen) Wright.
John was raised in Twin Mountain and was a graduate of Twin Mountain High School and Keene State College. During the Korean Conflict he served in the US Army and was stationed outside Heidelberg, Germany, where he was company clerk and was promoted to corporal. While on leave, he visited Paris, London, and Rome.
Returning home he taught school in Lincoln for three years and then worked for NH State Police dispatch. He transitioned to the NH State Library where he was employed for 30 years becoming the Regional Coordinator for Mediamobile Services, a job he loved delivering books and other materials to nursing homes, homebound people, daycare centers, homes for troubled youth, and schools and residences in rural communities.
John was devoted to his cats Pericles, Lancelot, and Guinevere, and also enjoyed movies, plays, musicals, reading and crosswords. He was a big fan of Harry Belafonte and Frank Sinatra and had a passion for UFO’s, the concept of ancient aliens, Canadian travel, and cooking.
Family members include his long time companion of 30 years, Susan M. Palmatier of Lancaster; a sister, Elizabeth Eastman, and her husband Clifford of Campton; two nieces, Doreen Powers and husband Tom, Joan Kleptz and husband Mark; and a nephew, Brian Eastman. He was predeceased by two brothers, Paul Wright and William “Bill” Wright.
There are no visiting hours. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thursday, January 12, 2012, at 11:00AM at All Saints Church, Lancaster. Burial with military honors will be held in the spring at St. Margaret’s Cemetery, Twin Mountain.
Donations may be made in his memory to the Above the Notch Humane Society, 33 Pleasant Street, Littleton, NH 03561-4902 or to an animal shelter of your choice, or to the Alzheimer’s Association, Five Bedford Farms Drive, Suite 201, Bedford, NH 03110.