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Rev. Willard L. McKinstry
Oct. 20, 1898 - Oct. 30, 1970
McKenstry, The Rev. Willard Lawyer (I2557)
Robinson A. Stewart
His wife
Betsey M. Delva
Stewart, Robinson A. "Rob" (I2047)
Willie W. Delva
Born - 1854
Died - 1874
Delva, Willie W. (I2029)
Winifred Irish Morgan
dau. of
Fred and Annie
July 17, 1906 - Oct. 27, 1994
Irish, Winifred Harvey (I2550)
155 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Shepardson, Charles Martin (I1132)
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Mills, Albert (I2429)
159 Margaret Or Peggy Holton, 41

Wenatchee World, The (WA) - Thursday, November 14, 1996
MOSES LAKE -- A 41-year-old Moses Lake woman was killed Wednesday morning in a two-car collision along Road 10 N.E., about 10 miles north of Moses Lake near Stratford Road.

Margaret "Peggy" Holton lost control of her 1984 Buick Skylark about 9:57 a.m. while driving eastbound along Road 10 N.E., crossed the center line and was struck broadside by a 1969 Ford pickup, according to Grant County Sheriff Bill Wiester.

The driver of the pickup, 80-year-old Andrew F. Gawenit, was not injured.

Holton was pronounced dead at the scene, Wiester said.

Holton is survived by two sons and a daughter, all of Moses Lake. Funeral arrangements are being made through Kayser's Chapel of Memories in Moses Lake.

Published by The Wenatchee World, 14 November 1996 
Whitenett, Margaret Louise "Peggy" (I1449)
160 NORTHFIELD, MASS. Eugene E. Closson of Northfield, Mass. died Monday, Nov. 23, 2009 at home.

FUNERAL NOTICE: Funeral services will be Monday, Nov. 30, 2009 at 11 a.m. at the KIDDER FUNERAL HOME, 1 Parker Ave., Northfield, MA. Burial will follow in West Northfield Cementery.

There will be a calling hour Monday, Nov. 30, 2009 from 10 a.m. until the time of the service.

Published in Brattleboro Reformer, 24 November 2009 
Closson, Eugene Everett "Gene" (I7478)
161 Another Civil War Veteran Passes Away
Lyman Dudley Mason, 85, a resident of Orange the past 14 years and a well-known Civil War veteran, died Saturday evening at 10:30 o'clock in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Frank E. Pearson of 39 Winter Street. Death was the result of old age. Although his condition during the past few weeks was serious there was scarcely a day when he was not up and dressed. Mr. Mason was born in Upton, the son of Noah and Cynthia Dudley Mason, and he lived in that town until he was a young man. His parents brought the Hastings place in Warwick and he was living there when he enlisted for the Civil War in August 1861. He joined Co. A, 1st Massachusetts infantry, which was recruited in Worcester, and he saw three years of hard service. Included in the engagements in which he participated were Roanoke Island, New Berne, Second Bull Run, Chantilly, Camden, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor and he was also under fire at the bloody battle of Atietam. Returning to Warwick after the War he was married in 1866 to Ellen M. Delva, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Delva of that town. The couple lived in Warwick and Upton for a time and then moved to Chelsea where for 36 years Mr. Mason owned and operated the Broadway Billiard Parlor in Chelsea Square. This was destroyed at the time of the Chelsea fire, but Mr. Mason went into business again for a short time. He retired from active work 14 years ago and the couple came to Orange to make their home. Mrs. Mason died in 1915 and Mr. Mason had since made his home with his daughter, Mrs. Pearson. Few men had a more even disposition, than did Mr. mason and it is doubtful if he had an enemy in the world. He was good-natured at all times and was a man with whom people liked to associate. He was a member of the Chelsea Grand Army post and when a resident there, was active in its work. He leaves two daughters, Mrs. Pearson and Mrs. Harry McPhail of St. Stephens, N.B., four grandchildren and three great grandchildren. The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock in the Pearson home, and the Rev. A.A. Blair officiated. Burial was in Central cemetery
Mason, Lyman Dudley (I2039)
George W. Delvee, 64, died today at the Samaritan home. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2:30 o'clock and interment will be in Riverside park. Two sons, D. A. an employee of the B. L Gordon Company, and G. N. of Coffeyville, Kan., survive.

Published by the Spokane Chronicle, Spokane, Washington on 19 April 1923. 
Delvee, George Alvin (I3167)
163 ATHOL - Marjorie M. (Brown) Wetmore, 91, of 210 Pleasant St., a longtime bookkeeper, died Saturday in Athol Memorial Hospital.

Her husband of 67 years, Roy D. Wetmore, died in 1994. She leaves two nephews, former state Sen. Robert D. Wetmore of Barre and Elmer M. Wetmore of Wheaton, Ill.; two nieces, Dorothy F. Grant and Dorothy R. Davis, both of Athol; grandnephews and grandnieces. She was born in Athol.

Mrs. Wetmore was a bookkeeper in her husband's lumber business for many years before retiring. She was previously a machine operator in Department 31 at L.S. Starrett Co. She was a member of the Athol Congregational Church and Banner Lodge 89 of Rebekahs. She was skilled at knitting and tatting.

A funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Fiske Funeral Home, 1356 Main St. Burial will be in Silver Lake Cemetery. A calling hour is 1 to 2 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Book of Memory Fund, Athol Congregational Church, 1225 Chestnut St., Athol 01331.

Published by the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, 16 June 1997 
Brown, Marjorie Mae (I154)
164 ATHOL - Roy D. Wetmore, 99, of 210 Pleasant St., a longtime toolmaker and sawmill operator, died yesterday in Athol Memorial Hospital after an illness.

He leaves his wife of 67 years, Marjorie M. (Brown) Wetmore; a brother, Elmer M. Wetmore of Gardner; three nephews, including state Sen. Robert D. Wetmore of Barre; a niece; grandnephews and grandnieces. He was born and raised in Warwick, son of Charles W. and Hattie (Delvey) Wetmore, and later lived in Orange. He lived here 67 years.

He was an Army veteran of World War I, serving in the Flying School Detachment Squadron "B" in Texas.

Mr. Wetmore was a toolmaker at L.S. Starrett Co., where he worked for 32 years. He retired in 1961. He bought his first woodlot at age 15 and was active in the timber industry for more than 80 years, owning and operating several timber lots and sawmills.

Mr. Wetmore was a 57-year member of Edward H. Phillips Post 102, American Legion, and a member of the World War I Veterans Association. He was a member of the Eastern Draft Horse Association, and was an avid hunter of raccoons.

Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in Fiske Funeral Home, 1356 Main St. Burial will be in Silver Lake Cemetery. There are no calling hours. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Memorial Fund of the Athol Memorial Hospital, 2033 Main St., Athol, 01331.

Published by the Worcester Telegram & Gazette 26 November 1994 
Wetmore, Roy Delvey (I95)
165 Aunt Ruth Whitaker was my grandfather's sister. We used to visit her often. She was always busy with some craft project. She even had a wood workshop in the garage. She made many wooden cut out lawn ornaments, windmills, planters etc, which she took great care in painting nicely. Uncle Leslie Wheeler (my great uncle) though no blood relation to Ruth, used to spend afternoons working with her in the workshop or doing odd jobs around the place such as putting the screen house up for the summer months.

Aunt Ruth could knit, crochet, weave, cane, and so much more. My sister and I often spent a couple days there during school vacations. She loved teaching us how to do a craft. She taught us how to make granny squares, which I did fine with, as long as she was looking over my shoulder. She let us use her knitting machine and helped me make red/white/blue mittens on it. She made me a knitting basket out of an old rectangular milk jug. She cut the top part off and punched holes along the top. She painted a pretty design on the outside with flowers, vines and hearts. She then used old bread bags (plastic) and crocheted them onto the top of the jug and even included handles. You would never guess that she had used plastic bags! I still have that knitting bag.

She was hard of hearing and had hearing aids in to help her. Sometimes you still had to speak loudly. I remember having difficulty sleeping there sometimes because her hearing aids would whistle and keep me awake. She loved to cook also and liked us to help if we wanted to, especially breakfast like pancakes. I remember shredded wheat a lot for breakfast there too.

When my grandfather could no longer live in his house due to its condition, he first came to live with us, and then went to stay with Aunt Ruth in Bernardston, before getting his apartment in Greenfield.

I still have an old wooden mirror that Aunt Ruth gave me as a child. She said she had it as a child, and it was second hand then. It has a picture of a victorian lady etched on the back of it. She tried coloring the lady to make it look more appealing. The color has faded mostly, now, but is still one of my favorite keepsakes.

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Rogers, Ruth Louise (I512)
166 BERNARDSTON -- Delphine E. Deane, 85, of 116 Bald Mountain Road, died Friday (8-6-2010) at Buckley Healthcare Center, Greenfield, surrounded by her loving family.

She was born in Northfield on May 13, 1925, the daughter of Charles F. and Nellie (Daley) Field.

She attended schools in Northfield, Gill and Greenfield.

She married Percy R. Deane in 1944 and they initially made their home in Northfield until 1952 when they built a new home in Bernardston. After raising her family, she worked at Pioneer Valley Regional School and then at Bement School in Deerfield until her retirement.

She was a member of the United Church of Bernardston.

She was predeceased by her husband of 64 years, Percy R. Deane, in 2009.

She leaves two daughters, Carol L. Guetti and her husband, Steve, of Bernardston, and Donna L. Hanks and her husband, John, of Hadley; and her son, Ray and his wife, Katy, of Bernardston. Five loving grandchildren, Jennifer Guetti of Bernardston, Kim Reeves of Durham, N.C., Kristen Emerick of Holyoke, Ryan Deane of Glastonbury, Conn., and Daniel Deane of Bernardston; two great-grandchildren, Kellie Allen and Alexis Reeves.

She was predeceased by four brothers and two sisters, her twin Delvy, Charles, Allen, John, Helen and Virginia.

Funeral services will be private and at the convenience of the family.

There are no calling hours.

Donations in her memory may be made to Hospice of Franklin County, 329 Conway St., Suite 2, Greenfield MA 01301.

Kidder Funeral Home, 1 Parker Ave., Northfield, is in charge of the arrangements. To send condolences, please visit
Field, Delphine Elizabeth (I122)
167 BERNARDSTON -- Jeanne A. (Bergeron) Field, 81, of Bald Mountain Road, died Friday (10-1-10) at the Baystate Franklin Medical Center in Greenfield.

She was born in Greenfield on June 27, 1929, the daughter of Frederick J. Sr. and Josephine (Pidgeon) Bergeron.

She graduated from Greenfield High School in 1947 and graduated from the former Franklin County Public Hospital School of Nursing in 1950. She had been a resident of Bernardston since 1952.

Jeanne married Delvy M. Field from Northfield on April 7, 1951 in Holy Trinity Church in Greenfield. He predeceased her in 1966.

Jeanne was a registered nurse for the Franklin County Public Hospital and also a private-duty nurse for Eaglebrook School and for many Bernardston residents. Later, she was a claims representative for Phoenix Mutual Insurance Co., retiring in 1994. Following her retirement, she was employed for the office of Dr. Ann McIntosh.

She served on the Bernardston Board of Health and was a member of AA for 26 years.

Jeanne enjoyed the ocean (especially Gloucester), whale watches, deep sea fishing, camping, figure skating, oil painting and Saturday lunches with ''the ladies.''

Survivors include three sons, Loran of the state of Florida, Robert and his wife, Carol, of Gill, and Michael at home, a brother, Frederick ''Sonny'' J. Bergeron Jr. of Albuquerque, N.M.; three sisters, Mary Malloch of Springfield, Theresa Wright of Sebastian, Fla., and Amy Poirier of Greenfield; two grandsons, Thomas and Jacob Field of Gill; two granddaughters, Veronica and Crystal; and many nieces, nephews and cousins.

She was predeceased by her siblings, Philip and Thomas Bergeron, Harriet Brown and Anna Siano Becklo.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the Kostanski Funeral Home, 220 Federal St., Greenfield.

Burial will follow in Calvary Cemetery.

A calling hour will be Wednesday from 9 a.m. until the time of the service at the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Warm the Children, P.O. Box 1367, Greenfield Ma 01302.

Published by the The Republican, 5 October 2010 
Bergeron, Jeanne Anne RN (I191)
168 Bettejo-an Ballou, 78, of Colrain Road, and formerly of Orange and Warwick, died on Friday afternoon, August 7, 2020 at the Charlene Manor in Greenfield.

Born in Ware on October 9, 1941, she was a daughter of the late Francis H. "Fritz" Ballou and Luella (Christ) Ballou and grew up in Orange. Bettejo-an had gone to Ralph C. Mahar Regional School in Orange and later graduated from Greenfield Community College.

Bettejo-an has been a resident of Greenfield for the past 30 years.

A secretary for a church in Greenfield, Bettejo-an had also worked for the Slencil Company in Orange, Ames Department Store of Greenfield, and in the office at Brattleboro Haulage in Brattleboro, VT.

Bettejo-an had a great sense of humor and was loved by everyone.

A gardener, Bettejo-an also enjoyed reading, animals and was a very talented artist, especially at drawing.

Bettejo-an is survived by a son, Jason Ballou of Greenfield; her siblings, Glenda Guertin of Gardner, Rita Breglio of Westfield, Stephen Ballou of Athol, Robert Hager of Orange and Ann Hager-Koshar of Willoughby, OH; many nieces and nephews; along with several good friends including John Hager of Warwick and Thomas Peck of Shelburne Falls.

Besides her parents, Bettejo-an is predeceased by a daughter, Roberta Ballou Franks, a sister, Patricia Ballou, and a good friend, Tillie Hager.

There are no calling hours.

Due to Covid-19, funeral services and interment at South Cemetery, Orange, will be private.

Donations in Bettejo-an's memory may be sent to the North New Salem Congregational Church, 60 Elm Street, New Salem, MA 01355.
Ballou, BetteJo-an (I2382)
169 Donald M. Gossard, age 78, passed away January 21, 2009. Beloved husband of the late Nancy (nee Fleming). Cherished father of Chris S. Gossard (Lee Ann), Stacey A. Bush (John) and Keri L. Gossard. Dear grandfather of Sydney Gossard, Christopher, Benjamin and Angela Bush. Loving brother of Nancy Loeshcer (Russell) and Norman Gossard (Kathleen). Current employee of Greater Cleveland Auto Auction. Former partner with Arthur Anderson and Co. A memorial service will be held Sunday, January 25, 2009, at 1:00 p.m. at Lakewood Congregational Church, 1375 W. Clifton Blvd., Lakewood. Gossard, Donald Murl (I1761)
170 Doris Barber passed away Friday November 2 2007 at Wing Memorial Hospital in Palmer, MA.

Doris was born in Rutland Vermont August 7, 1929 the daughter of Phillip and Mary (Kelloway)Brown.

She grew up in Vermont. Later moving to Orange where she graduated from Orange High School in 1947 later moving to New Salem where she lived for many years. She obtained her teaching degree from Fitchburg State Teachers College in 1965 and started her teaching career at the Ralph C Mahar Regional High School in 1967, where she was the science coordinator until her retirement in 1991. Doris was very active in the science department and was instrumental in organizing the annual Mahar Science Fair for over 20 years she received the science educator of the year award for Franklin County in 1979. She was a member of the South Athol United Methodist Church and was very active in all church Activities especially the church fairs and suppers.

Doris and her husband Elwyn enjoyed traveling going to all 50 states and also England and Scotland. They especially liked traveling in New England and some of there biggest highlights was several trips driving to Alaska. She enjoyed fishing and was a member of the Mahar Fish and Game Club.

Doris was a family-oriented person and enjoyed spending time with her husband(who was her high school classmate)
children and grandchildren.

Her husband of 49 Years Elwyn C Barber died in 1996.

She leaves two sons Steven Barber and his wife Claire and Michael Barber and his wife Anne Both of New Salem six grandchildren Lonnie Bonefant, Fawn Pomelow, Mallory Barber, Allison Wyatt, Derek Barber, and Beth Barber, Six great grandchildren Landyn, Krystina, Cole, Austin , Jack, Jenna. And a sister Grace of Saratoga Springs NY A daughter Susan Barber Died in 1991.

Funeral Services will be Tuesday November 6 2007at 11:00 am at Witty"s Funeral Home 158 South Main St Orange with the Rev Thomas S. McKeown Officiating burial will follow at South Cemetery in Orange and there will be a calling hour from 10:00 am until the time of the service.

In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions be made to the South Athol United Methodist Church C/O Zane Dubour Po Box 211 Athol MA 01331 Or the Teachers Scholarship Fund at Mahar C/O Ralph C Mahar Regional School South Main St Orange Ma 01364
Brown, Doris (I239)
171 Dr. Hollis Philip Leighly Jr., of Rolla passed away Saturday, August 28 at the Phelps County Regional Medical Center at the age of 81.

He was born in Illinois on May 28, 1923 to the late Hollis Philip and Bessie (Haworth) Leighly. On August 31, 1951 he married Elizabeth Peterson, who survives.

Mr. Leighly was a U.S. Army Veteran having served in the 255th Infantry 63rd Division in Europe during WWII where he earned the Bronze Star for Valor.

He received his Ph.D.. from the Department of materials science and Engineering from the University of Illinois in 1952, specializing in Metallurgical Engineering. After attending Reactor School in Oakridge, TN, he worked in Detroit, MI and the University of Denver Research Institute before joining the University of Missouri, Rolla Department of Metallurgical Engineering in 1960. He was a devoted teacher and dedicated scholar. He held visiting positions in the University of East Anglia Norwich, and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, among others. In 1996, he and his students performed experiments, and published results on samples of metal salvaged from the wreckage of the Titanic. He retired from UMR in 1992.

Mr. Leighly's surviving family members include his wife Elizabeth; one son, David Leighly and wife Carole, of Cottage Grove, Minnesota; one daughter, Karen Leighly, of Norman, Oklahoma; a sister, Elisabeth Denton, of Illinois; one grandson, Ian Leighly, nieces, nephews, other extended family members, and friends.

Funeral Services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, August 31, 2004 at the Null & Son Funeral Home. Interment will be in the Stanton Cemetery near Fithian, IL on Wednesday. A visitation for family and friends will be held from 5-7 p.m. this evening, Monday, August 30 at the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to the Parkinson's Research Center. All arrangements are under the direction of the Null & Son Funeral Home in Rolla.
Leighly, Hollis Philip Jr., PhD (I2688)
172 ERVING - Carroll W. Mankowsky, 94, of River Road, passed away peacefully in his sleep on Saturday morning (9-8-12) during a brief stay at Poet Seat Healthcare Center, Greenfield.
He was born in Hadley, Ma. on April 5, 1918 the son of John A. and Valerie (Sobocienska) Mankowsky, the second oldest of ten children. He graduated from Northfield High School in 1936. Carroll served in the U.S. Coast Guard during WWII, making 24 crossings of the Atlantic aboard warships escorting convoys, and attaining the rank of Carpenter's mate first class.
He was a communicant of St. John's Church in Millers Falls, Ma.

He had a strong work ethic, working up to 50-hour shifts for over 32 years as a micrometer assembler at L.S. Starrett Co. in Athol, Ma. as well as working part time for such businesses as Prondecki's Store and Carroll's Market in Millers Falls, Ma. He was also a Special Police Officer in Erving for several years.
Carroll still found time for outdoor activities, particularly boating, fishing, gardening, hiking, skiing and whatever sports in which his two sons were involved. But his real love was spending time with his four grandchildren, and recently, his infant grandson. Each of the grandchildren loved him right back. In his retirement years he spent many summers at the family cottage on Moore's pond in Warwick, and many winters at their condominium on the Sands of Lido Key, Sarasota, FL.

Carroll is survived by his devoted wife of 66 years, the former Madeline Whitney of Northfield, his two sons, David and his wife Hong (Son) of Montague, and Paul and his wife Kathy (Miller) of Naples, FL, his former daughter-in-law Charlene Golanka of Greenfield, his four granddaughters: Autumn Blanchard and her husband Bill of Tallahassee, FL, Aspen Mankowsky of Denver, CO, Erica Mankowsky, of Vail, CO, and Lisa Mankowsky of Washington, DC, and his grandson Troy Mankowsky of Montague. He is also survived by two sisters, Janet Robinson and her husband Ken of Burlington, NC, and Helen Wollender of Greenfield, and two brothers, Ralph Mankowsky and his wife Joyce of Turners Falls, and John Mankowsky and his wife Jane of W. Springfield, as well as dozens of nieces and nephews.
Carroll will be fondly remembered by many as a good, kind and gentle man of great inner strength.

Funeral services will be Wednesday (9-12-12) from the Kidder Funeral Home, 1 Parker Ave., Northfield, Ma. followed by a Liturgy of Christian Burial in St. Patrick's Church, Main St. at 11 a.m.

Burial will follow in Farms Cemetery, Northfield.
Calling hours will be Wednesday morning from 10 a.m. until the time to leave for church at the funeral home.

Donations in his memory may be made to Hospice of Franklin County, 329 Conway St., Suite 2, Greenfield MA 01301

Published 10 September 2012 in the Greenfield Recorder 
Mankowsky, Carroll WIlliam (I8179)
173 Esther S. (Matosky) Clough, 92, of Millers Falls Road, died Monday at a Sunderland nursing home. She was a cook at Northfield Elementary School for many years and retired in 1972. She also worked at hairdressers in the Greenfield area for many years. Born in Putney, Vt., she was a graduate of the Powers Institute in Bernardston and attended a hairdressing school in Boston. Her husband, Harold G. Clough, died in 1972. She leaves a daughter, Stephanie "Sandy" Reddy of Port Saint Lucie, Fla.; and four grandchildren. The funeral will be Thursday afternoon at Kidder Funeral Home, with burial in West Northfield Cemetery. A calling hour will precede the service.

Published by the Springfield Union-News, 14 March 2000 
Matosky, Esther Sophia (I7450)
174 Evelyn C. (Clough) Charboneau, 78, of 20b Hartwell St. died Tuesday at Franklin Medical Center in Greenfield. She was a longtime employee of Doctor Wolanske, and was later a dining-room worker at the Eaglebrook School. Born in Northfield, she was a Northfield High School graduate, and a longtime Greenfield resident before moving here in 1986. She leaves a daughter, Diane Rossi of North Easton; a sister, Doris Clough of Northfield; five grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Her son, Arthur, died in 1989. The funeral will be Friday morning at Kidder Funeral Home, with the burial in West Northfield Cemetery, both in Northfield. There are no calling hours. Clough, Evelyn Grace (I132)
175 Fred Delvey passed away quietly in his home in San Jose on October 9, 2019. Fred had Cancer and fought this disease quite vigorously until the Lord called him home and he left this earth.

Fred was born in Pacific Grove, California and lived there most of his life. He graduated from Pacific Grove High School in 1957. Following Graduation Fred enlisted in the Army and spent his tour of duty mostly in France, and later in Ethiopia.

Following his years in the Army Fred attended college at UC Berkeley where he majored in Economics with a Minor in Engineering. He spent his career working as a Software Engineer.

During the last 10 years before his retirement, Fred worked at Evergreen Valley Community College as an Alternate Media Specialist, working with Students with various Disabilities. His knowledge of computers and his calm quiet demeanor and compassion for others made Fred ideal in this position. His co-workers and the students he worked with all thought very highly of Fred. Fred would always go out of his way to help others.

In 1984 Fred married Josephine Cancilla. Fred and Josephine both loved the ocean and spent many vacations along the Coastal areas of California, especially in the town of Cambria. They always took one of their Australian Shepherds with them and enjoyed their many hikes together. Fred and Josephine celebrated 35 years of marriage on October 7, just two days before Fred passed away.

Fred is survived by his older brother Floyd who resides in St. Helena, California with his wife Hazel. Fred also leaves behind a niece, Alice Delvey Williams, and 2 nephews James Ernest Delvey, and Michael Floyd Delvey.

Services for Fred will be held at Darling & Fischer Mortuary, 471 E. Santa Clara Street, San Jose, on Sunday October 20th from 4 – 8 pm with a Rosary Virgil at 7 pm. On Monday, October 21, there will be a Mass at 11 am at St. Francis of Assisi Church, 5111 San Felipe Road, San Jose. This will be following by a Burial Service at the Santa Clara Mission Cemetery, 490 Lincoln Street, Santa Clara. Following the Services, Fred’s family and friends will gather at the Villages Bistro, in San Jose, for a Luncheon and Celebration of Life.

Fred was loved and will be missed by many. May he Rest in Peace!

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to: Australian Shepherd Health and Genetics Institute (ASHGI), 1338 Trouville Ave.

Grover Beach, CA 93433; or to: Aussie Rescue and Placement Helpline, Inc. (ARPH) P.O. Box 5305, New Castle, PA 16105.

Published by the Darling & Fisher Garden Chapel 
Delvey, Fred Wilber (I150)
176 Frederick E. Clough NORTHFIELD, Mass. - Frederick E. Clough, 70, of South Mountain Road, died Monday at Franklin Medical Center in Greenfield, following an illness.

Born in Northfield on Feb. 26, 1922, he was the son of Fred E. and Alice (Field) Clough. He attended schools in Northfield and was employed as a heavy-equipment operator by the Northfield Department of Public Works, retiring in 1972.

Mr. Clough served in the Army during World War II. He was a former member of Northfield Lions Club, Greenfield Lodge of Moose and Disabled American Veterans.

On June 29, 1947, in Bellows Falls, Vt., he was married to Kathryn Ser-rell, who died in 1989.

Surviving are two sons, William G. Clough of Wendell and Richard J. Clough of Turner Falls; two sisters, Doris Clough of Northfield and Evelyn Charbonneau of Bemardston; five grandchildren; two greatgrandchildren; and nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held Thursday at 11 a.m. at Kidder Funeral Home in Northfield, with the Rev. Lloyd Perrill, pastor of the Trinitarian Congregational Church. Burial will be West Northfield Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Hospice of Franklin County, 164 High St., Greenfield 01301 or the Oncology Department, Veterans Administration Hospital, White River Junction, Vt., 05001.
Clough, Frederick Eugene Jr. (I133)
177 Helen G. (Whitney) Waite, 89, of Ivy, died Saturday at a Charlottesville nursing home. Born in Hinsdale, N.H., she moved to Northfield, Mass., at an early age. She also lived in Greenfield, Mass., prior to moving to Virginia in 1990. She attended the Northfield High School. She was a member of First Baptist Church in Greenfield. She leaves two daughters, Norma L. Sith of Ivy and Bernice Jonelunas of Greenfield, Mass.; a brother, Lawrence of Northfield, Mass.; a sister, Madelyn Mankowski of Miller Falls, Mass.; seven grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Her son, William E., died in 1986. The funeral will be Wednesday morning at the Walker Funeral Home, with burial in High Street Cemetery in Greenfield. Calling hours are Tuesday evening. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 282 Dwight St., Holyoke, Mass., 01040.

Published in the Springfield Union, 19 August 1996 
Whitney, Helen Grace (I137)
178 Helen Reed Long, age 94, entered into rest October 2, 2014 at her residence. Helen was born in Wilder, Vermont and had lived in Tallahassee since 1974. She was a member of Saint Paul’s United Methodist Church, where she was a member of the church choir. Helen was preceded in death by her daughter, Sandra Dale Hedrick. Survivors include her husband of 57 years, Harlan W. Long; five grandchildren, Lisa Forrester, Michelle Pucci, Stephanie Conrad, Jennifer Hedrick and Jeffrey Hedrick; 10 great-grandchildren and 5 great-great-grandchildren. The family will receive friends Saturday from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. at Saint Paul’s United Methodist Church with funeral services to follow. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Saint Paul’s United Methodist Church or your favorite charity. Susie Mozolic of Bevis Funeral Home is assisting the family with their arrangements. Trask, Helen Reed (I1756)
179 Henry Hockett died Saturday morning at his home, 709 North First street, of apoplexy. He was 72 years of age and is survived by his wife and six children. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon in charge of the G. A. R. Burial was in Pleasant Valley cemetery.

Published by the Allen County Journal on 30 November 1916 
Hockett, Henry (I3173)
180 In what’s lovingly called the “mouse workshop” in Carlisle, painters carefully paint tiny collectible mice and other animals for the local, family owned, worldwide business Wee Forest Folk.

The workshop opens weekly for tours, but on June 13 the workshop opened its doors for a special purpose -- the celebration of Concord resident and founder of Wee Forest Folk Annette Peterson’s 100th birthday.

The workshop held a two-day event with morning and evening sessions to accommodate all the guests. At least 90 Wee Forest Folk collectors came to celebrate Peterson’s life with cake, a raffle, a custom mouse and a visit by the founder herself.

“It was the most wonderful two days I ever spent,” Peterson said. She said that some of the collectors have become good friends over many years of collecting her animals.

“We all got old but I got the oldest,” she said with a laugh.

Peterson grew up during the Great Depression and constantly moved among foster homes. In her 20s, she worked as a secretary in New York City.

Although Peterson never had any formal art training, she said she always liked to make art that made people happy. When Peterson worked for the Red Cross during World War II, she painted a scene of bunnies in the countryside on the wall. She said her coworkers enjoyed it and that “it was good to have a little foolishness” because the war was so devastating.
Benson, Annette J. (I7935)
181 Kathryn M. (French) Johnson, 87, of Ward Road, died peacefully on Saturday, June 27. 2020 at Athol Hospital.

Born in Orange on February 24, 1933, she was a daughter of the late Harold F. and Grace E. (Ward) French and lived her entire life in Orange. She graduated from Orange High School in 1950.

Kathryn was married to Phillip G.A. "Gus" Johnson Jr. for 51 years until his death on December 25, 2002.

Kathryn was a hard worker and assisted her husband in the daily operation of the family farm, as well as working for the Town of Athol Public Works Department office, Tax Collector/ Treasurer for the Town of Orange for 8 years, the former Farren Hospital and the former Minute Tapioca Company.

An active member of the Community Church of North Orange and Tully, she had worked numerous fairs. She enjoyed spending time with her children and grandchildren, walking, traveling and doing jig saw puzzles with her life- long friend, Irene. Kathryn had been a member of the North Orange Grange.

Kathryn is survived by her son, Stephen Johnson and his wife Diane, of Orange; three daughters, Mary Bates and her husband Tom, of Orange, Wanda Kukas and her husband, Andrew, of Barre, and Brenda Anderson and her husband, Paul, of Athol; seven grandchildren, Erica LeBrun (Scott) of New Hampton, NH, Mandy Blackbird (Chad) of Athol, Andrew Bates (Todd) of CT, Joseph Kukas of NH, Gustaf Kukas (Brittany) of Barre, Aaron Carr (Rachel) of PA, Elizabeth Carr of Gardner, Paul Anderson of CT, and Krystal Anderson (James) of Stoneham; great grandchildren, Ryan Gustaf LeBrun, Mia LeBrun, Colby Blackbird, Hunter Kukas, and Harley Kukas.

Besides her parents and husband, Kathryn was predeceased by a granddaughter, Jacqueline Kukas.

There are no calling hours.

A funeral services and interment at Jones Cemetery, Orange, will be private.

Published by the Athol Daily News, 29 June 2020 
French, Kathryn May (I854)
182 Mrs. Mabel N. Shepardson

Mrs. Mabel Nancy Shepardson, widow of Eliot A. Shepardson, died Wednesday in the Sturdy Memorial Hospital, after a lengthy illness. She was born in Norwich, Mass., September 1, 1872, a daughter of Baxter H. and Ellen (Grout) Worden.

She had lived with her family in this town for many years, operating a dairy farm on Stratton Lane in South Foxboro.

She is survived by four daughters: Mrs. Lewis Coolidge of Hudson, and Mrs. Lewis Curry, Mrs Walter Childs and Mrs. George Smith of Foxboro; and five sons: Harry of Easton; Bernard, Russell and Raymond of Mansfield; and Orrin of this town.

Funeral services will be conducted this Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o’clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Walter E. Childs, on South street. Rev G. Courtney Chase will be charge. Burial will be in the Rock Hill Cemetery.

Published by Foxboro Reporter, 25 October 1939 
Worden, Mabel Nancy (I1097)
183 NEW SALEM - Elwyn C. Barber, 66, of 5 Pine Tree Drive, formerly of Orange, a retired industrial worker, longtime church leader and a former athlete, died Saturday in Athol Memorial Hospital after he was stricken ill at home.

He leaves his wife of 47 years, Doris B. (Brown) Barber; two sons, Steven and Michael Barber, both of New Salem; a brother, Arlan Barber of East Corinth, Vt.; and eight grandchildren. He was born in Orange, son of Lee W. and Mabel O. (Graves) Barber, and lived here many years. He graduated from Orange High School in 1948 and Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston, in 1950.

Mr. Barber worked at Rodney Hunt Co. in Orange from 1947 to 1983. He continued to work in the textile roll division when it was sold to KRH Rolls in 1983. He retired in 1989.

Mr. Barber was active in sports for many years. During seventh and eighth grade he played baseball on the Marine Team. While in high school, he was a varsity baseball catcher for several years. He was also a varsity football lineman during all four years, and was co-captain in his senior year. He was the high-school stage manager for three years and a member of Boys' State.

Mr. Barber was a member of South Athol United Methodist Church, and a member and past president of the South Athol United Methodist Men. He was chairman of the church Finance Committee for 25 years and served for many years on several other church committees. He was a longtime co-chairman of the church suppers, and called for and sold tickets for all the suppers. He was co-chairman of the South Athol Village Fair, run by the church, for 29 years,

For about 25 years, Mr. Barber assisted his wife, a former teacher at Ralph C. Mahar Regional School in Orange, with many activities at the school, especially the school's Science Fair. He was a judge at the fair for many years and was previously a judge at the Western Massachusetts Division Science Fair at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. He received the Special Parents Award in 1977 from the Mahar Fish & Game Club in Orange.

Mr. Barber was a coach for many years in the Orange Little League and the Orange Babe Ruth League. He was also an ardent hunter and fisherman. He was a skilled woodworker.

He and his wife traveled in all 50 states, England and Scotland. He and his wife drove several times to Alaska.

The funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow in South Athol United Methodist Church, Morgan Avenue, South Athol. Burial will be in South Cemetery, Orange. Calling hours are 7 to 9 tonight in Witty's Funeral Home, 158 South Main St., Orange. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to South Athol United Methodist Church, Memorial Fund, c||o Zane Dubour, 3800 South Athol Road, Athol, 01331.
Barber, Elwyn Chester (I172)
184 NORTHFIELD - Helen E. (Williams) Clough Ricker, 95, of Pine Meadow Road, died Wednesday morning (9-11-13) at home surrounded by her family.

She was born in Topsham, Vt., on April 13, 1918, the daughter of Eugene and Margaret (Bixby) Williams. She was educated in Northfield schools and was a graduate of Northfield High School.

She was a nurse and worked for several years at the former Franklin County Public Hospital.

She was married on Feb. 2, 1941 to Charles Clough. Mr. Clough predeceased her in 1969. She then was married to Robert Ricker in October of 1978.

She is survived by her husband and children, Gloria Eddy and her husband Donald of Winchendon, Mass., Warren "Pat" Clough and his wife Rose of Orange, Mass., Dale Clough and his wife Diane of Northfield, Mass, Marilyn Remillard and her husband Francis of Northampton, Mass., Jerald Clough and his wife Shelia of Bernardston, Mass., and Pam Blinn and her husband Stephen of Leverett, Mass. She is also survived by grandchildren: Jeffry Robbie and Charlie Eddy, Becky Harmon, Donna Yetter, Linda Freeman, Darrell Clough, Holly Remillard, Joshua and Emily Hutchinson, Christopher and Lori Phillips; a brother, Harold Williams and his wife Viola of Northfield, Mass.; 18 great-grandchildren; 13 great-great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by a grandson, James Remillard, and a great-great-grandson, Jayden Atwood.
A graveside service will be held on Saturday (9-14-13) at 11 a.m. at West Northfield Cemetery, Northfield, Mass. The Rev. Dr. Christine Fontaine, interim pastor of the Trinitarian Congregational Church, will officiate.
There are no calling hours.

Donations in her memory may be made to Hospice of Franklin County, 329 Conway St., Suite 2, Greenfield, MA 01301.
Kidder Funeral Home, 1 Parker Ave., Northfield, Mass., is in charge of arrangements.

Published by the Greenfield Recorder, 12 September 2013 
Williams, Helen Elizabeth (I7460)
185 NORTHFIELD - Mildred (Bush) Whitney, 85, passed away peacefully Friday, Jan. 13, 2017, at her home in Northfield.

She was born Nov. 3, 1931, in Sunderland, the daughter of the late Joseph and Isabel (Stephan) Bush. She was the wife of the late Lawrence D. Whitney who predeceased her Oct. 12, 2007. She was the sister of Carole Clements of Pasadena, Maryland, and was predeceased by her sisters Mary Sousa and Dorothy Descavich.

She attended school in Sunderland and Northampton. "Millie" was a long time resident of Pine Meadow Road in Northfield. She actively worked on the family farm and in the family businesses as well as outside the home. In her later years Millie and Lawrence enjoyed spending winters at their home in Florida.

She leaves behind five children, Sharon Marando of Grafton, Sandra Waskeiwicz and her husband Michael of Greenfield, Laurie Hall and fiancé Richard Purnell, Matthew Bazzani and his wife Debbie, and Daniel Whitney and his wife Michele all of Northfield. She also leaves many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

She loved her family, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She also enjoyed dancing, country music, gardening, family time and had a great love of animals.

Private graveside services will be held in the spring in Farms Cemetery, Northfield. At her request there will be no calling hours.

Donations in her memory may be made the Northfield EMS, 69 Main St., Northfield, MA 01360, or the charity of ones choice.

Published in Daily Hampshire Gazette from Jan. 14 to Jan. 26, 2017. 
Bush, Mildred F. "Millie" (I7485)
186 NORTHFIELD Doris M. Clough, 87, of 775 Pine Meadow Road, died Friday in a Greenfield nursing home. A lifelong resident, she was born and schooled here. She was a member of the Trinitarian Congregational Church. Her husband, Dana Clough, died in 1965. She leaves two sons, Wilford of Northfield and Dana Jr. of Erving; four daughters, Shirley Allis of Northfield, Ruth Johnson of Erving, Beatrice Zach of Whately and Janice LaPointe of Northfield; 33 grandchildren; 62 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild. Another son, Robert, died in 1980. The funeral will be Monday afternoon at Kidder Funeral Home, with burial in Center Cemetery. Visiting hours will be Sunday evening. Memorial contributions may be made to the Trinitarian Congregational Church Memorial Fund, Main Street, Northfield, MA 01360.

Published by the Athol Daily News, 29 March 1999  
Clough, Doris May (I129)
187 ORANGE- Iva I. (Jones) McKenney, 96, of 58 Winter Street, died Tuesday evening, December 26, 2006 at Applewood Home for Elders in Athol, following an illness.

Born on April 13, 1910 in Pelham, she was a daughter of William and Etta (Upton) Jones and grew up in the former Quabbin town of Prescott before moving to Orange in 1927.

She was a graduate of Fitchburg High School in 1928.
She was married to Everett A. McKenney who died on August 15, 1981, and they had enjoyed 49 years together.

A devoted family lady who enjoyed her time with them, Iva also was a longtime member of the First Universalist Church of Orange, the church's Unity Club, the Orange Historical Society, Orange Senior Citizens Club, and the Swift River Historical Society. She was a great volunteer to all of these organizations.

Survivors include her son, Robert W. McKenney of Orange; daughters, Joan Reid, and her husband, George, of Orange, and Marie Tavernini of Alexandria, Virginia; ten grandchildren; nine great grandchildren, and four great great grandchildren.
Besides her beloved husband Everett, she was predeceased by a daughter, Barbara Barnes on January 24, 2000, and two brothers, Oren Jones and Paul Jones.

Funeral services will be held on Friday morning, December 29, 2006 at 11:00AM at Witty's Funeral Home, 158 South Main Street, Orange. Interment will follow in Mountainview Cemetery in New Salem.

There will be a calling hour from 10-11AM prior to the service at the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, donations are suggested to the First Universalist Church, 31 North Main Street, Orange, MA 01364.
Witty's Funeral Home, 158 South Main Street, Orange, is directing the arrangements.

Guest register and directions available at
Jones, Iva Irene (I229)
188 Richard E. Petersen, 96, of Concord, died Wednesday, August 16, 2017, at Emerson Hospital in Concord. He was the beloved husband for 68 years of Annette (Benson) Petersen. Born in Concord on July 27, 1921, he was the son of the late Peverill and Alice (Wilber) Petersen. During his youth, he worked on the familys Wigwam Brook Farm located on Monument Street in Concord along side his father and grandfather (Rudolph). He attended Concord public schools and graduated in 1939 from Concord High School. He received a Bachelor and a Masters degree in Chemistry from Lowell Textile Institute, now known as University of Massachusetts, Lowell. During World War II, he served as a radio operator in the Ski Troops at Camp Hale and later in the 77th division in Okinawa and Japan. After the war he completed his last year of college and briefly worked in New Jersey as a chemist where he met his future wife. Following their marriage in New York City they returned to the family farm he loved. He continued in chemistry for many years where he was named in several patents and inventions. He worked hard dedicating himself to the goals of educating his children and providing the necessities needed to keep the farm in the family. Following his retirement in 1978 he spent many happy years farming his land and selling produce from a roadside stand made from a 1942 Pontiac. An avid reader, he had a wide range of interests especially in subjects relating to science. He also read about farming, aviation and boating, inspiring him to build an ultra-light aircraft and sail solo to Bermuda. He had a passion for adventure and led his family on many camping, climbing and sailing vacations. From wilderness canoeing in Maine, mountain climbing in Colorado and numerous sailing trips on the eastern seaboard he enjoyed them all. Some of his fondest memories however, were of canoeing and picnicking on the Concord River with Annette, an activity they continued into their nineties. In addition to his wife, Annette, he is survived by two sons, James Petersen and his wife Ana of Warwick, Rhode Island and William Petersen and his wife Jennifer of Concord, one daughter, Donna Robbins and her husband, John of Concord, four grandchildren, Andrew Petersen, Bonnie Evans, Annie Petersen and Virginia Robbins. He was also the brother of the late Elizabeth Leighly. In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be made to the Shriners Hospital for Children of Boston. Family and friends are welcome to gather for a funeral procession on Friday, August 25, at 9:30 am at the Dee Funeral Home, 27 Bedford Street, Concord Center followed by a graveside service at 10 am in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. Arrangements are under the care of Susan M. Dee and Charles W. Dee, Jr., Dee Funeral Home of Concord. To share a remembrance in Mr. Petersens online guest book, visit

Published in The Concord Journal from Aug. 21 to Aug. 31, 2017 
Petersen, Richard Edward (I181)
189 Robert Lee Barber, age 73, of Manistee, passed away Thursday, June 28, 2007 at Tendercare of Ludington.

A full obituary will be published at a later date in the News Advocate. Cremation has taken place at Oak Grove Cemetery in Manistee.

The family has entrusted funeral arrangements to Oak Grove Cremation Center.
Barber, Robert Lee (I176)
190 Selina Olive Delvee was born July 24, 1851 at Warwick, Mass, a daughter of Alvin and Olive Delvee. She moved with her parents to Bates Co, MO, in 1867. In 1869 she was married to Edwin Leonard Pierce. To this union six children were born, Mrs. Nellie E. Hamer of Harrisonville, MO, Mrs. Emily L. Bivens, Mrs. Lydia L. Bivens, Chas. A. Pierce, and Edwin W. Pierce all of Maysville and vicinity. and Chester L. Pierce of Kansas City, who were all present. They moved to DeKalb county in 1876. Her husband, Edwin L. Piere died Oct. 18, 1898. Four years later in 1902, she was united in marriage to Joseph D. Pickett of Fairfield, Iowa, who survives her, also one sister, Mrs. Carrie Hockett of Colony, Kansas, who was present, one brother George Delvee of Athol, Idaho, fifteen grandchildren and one great grandchild, also an orphan girl whom Mrs. Pickett raised from the age of ten years until she was married, Mrs. Ida English, now living at Logan, Kansas.
She died at her home on South Water street at 2:35PM, March 29, 1912, of paralysis, at the age of 60 yrs, 8 mos, and 5 days. Early in life she united with the Church of God, commonly known as the Advent church and she has lived a faithful Christian and a loving mother and wife. Her abiding trust in Jesus Christ as her Savior, and the peace and confidence with which she contemplated the time of her departure, are manifested in the following beautiful verses, which are her own composition and which she wrote some years before her death.

The funeral services were conducted in the Christian Church at 2:30 Sunday afternoon by F. A. Andrews, assisted by J. H. Thompson, pastor of the M. E. Church and Geo. Prewitt, pastor of the Baptist church. The K.P. Lodge of which Edwin W. Pierce is a member, escorted the body from the home. Afer the service at the church the body was laid to rest in the new cemetery.

Published in the The Republican, Maysville, Missouri, 4 April 1912 
Delvee, Salina Olive Etta "Lina" (I3166)
191 The call from apparent good health to death came suddenly Monday morning at 10:00 o'clock at his homo in this city. He had been down town as usual that morning and spent some time sociably with friends before returning home- On reaching the house he seated himself and passed a few words of conversation with Mrs. Green and Mr. Ed Metz who were in the room, and while thus engaged passed quietly away. Green, Joseph D. "Joe" (I1636)
192 William J. Grant, Jr. Athol – William J. Grant, Jr., 87, of Jordan Drive, died Friday, July 18, 2014 at his home surrounded by his loving family.

Bill was born in Athol, MA, June 26, 1927, the son of William J. and Grace G. (Strang) Grant, Sr. He grew up in Athol, graduating from Athol High School in 1945, while on active duty in the U.S. Navy. He lived in Athol most of his life, also living in Ohio and NJ while working for the L.S. Starrett Company as a Sales Engineer, after beginning his career at the Union Twist Drill.

Bill was a veteran of WWII (Pacific Theater 1945-1946) and the Korean Conflict (1952) serving on the NTC Sampson, the USS Luzon, the USS Beaver, and the CSD 31 Boat Pool. He worked for the L.S. Starrett Company for 35 years, retiring in 1989. Bill was a past president (1979-1980) and a member of the Ellinwood Country Club, served as a selectman for the town of Athol (1954-1955), was a member of the North Quabbin Lodge of Masons A.F. & A.M., was an avid golfer and enjoyed playing cards. But the greatest joys in Bill and his wife Dot's life were family, home, friends, and laughter. He could usually be found at the grill, with his “two fingers” and with a remarkable memory, recounting years of stories.

“Pa” was a wonderful grandfather and great-grandfather, always with a smile and a hug and sometimes a song or a lesson on your golf swing . For over 25 years they also enjoyed spending winters in Winter Springs, FL, where Bill loved working as a ranger at the Tuscawilla Country Club.

Bill leaves his wife, and love of his life, of 66 years, Dorothy (Wetmore) Grant; three sons, Wm. Marshall Grant and his wife Judy of Athol, David L. Grant and his wife Tori of Franklin, TN, and Robert Grant and his wife Penny of Warwick; his grandchildren Derek Grant and his fiancée Jessica Murphy, Erin Johnson, Billy Grant, and Kaija Grant: his great-grandchildren David Johnson, Oliver Johnson, Joseph Grant, and Daniel Grant all of Athol. Bill also leaves his close friend and neighbor Fred Ryder. and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a son Jeffrey in 2005, a brother John “Hutch” Grant and two sisters, Doris Robichaud and Olive Long. His wife's parents, Leslie and Hazel Wetmore, who also predeceased him, were very fond of Bill.

A private graveside service will be held at Silver Lake Cemetery at the convenience of the family. Bill preferred that you not acknowledge his passing with flowers or a gift, but only a fond memory. However, knowing that some would like to acknowledge his passing and honor his memory, the family would request that donations be sent to the GVNA Hospice, 34 Pearly Lane, Gardner, MA 01440

Higgins-O’Connor Funeral Home, 146 Main Street, Athol is directing arrangements. For further information or to share a memory with the family go to:
Grant, William Joseph Jr. (I213)
193  Boardman, Loy Lavel (I4331)
194  Coolidge, Horace Ober Jr. (I438)
195  Tandy, Norman Edward "Pete" (I564)
196 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Bowley, Scott James (I634)
197 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Ward, MSgt. Lawrence Alan (I861)
198  Whitney, Richard Charlton (I2112)
199  Whitney, Gene Cortland "Corky" Jr. (I2210)
200  Hutchinson, Theodore L. (I2273)

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