FLEURY, CLIFTON EARL JR., 57, of Marshfield, passed away on October 25. He had worked in road construction and was an auto mechanic, first with E.A. Grandfield and later with several other companies. He had also worked for Bolduc Auto Salvage….
LAQUERRE, JOEY M., 17, of East Montpelier, passed away on October 25. He was a senior at U-32 High School and a Late Model ACT race car driver, having stood at the podium on several occasions at tracks in New Hampshire and at Thunder Road….
SMITH, ILA FOWLER, 83, of Plainfield, passed away on October 25. Her memberships included the Grace United Methodist Church in Plainfield and its United Methodist Women, as well as the Kingsbury Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star….
GAY, WILLIAM CHARLES “BUDDY,” 82, of Websterville, passed away on October 23. He had worked at Pirie’s Quarry in Graniteville as a quarryman, at Bond Auto in Barre in sales, and later at Bailey Brothers in Barre as a sales representative….
PARONTO, IRVING CLYDE, of Williamstown, passed away on October 23. He served in the Army during the Korean War and received an honorable medical discharge along with two Purple Hearts and a Silver Star. He was later a machinist and mechanic….
SOUTH BARRE – Edith Geake Cumming, 94, of Wilson Street, passed away peacefully Wednesday, October 22, 2014, at her home, with her daughters by her side.
Born on July 6, 1920 in Barre, she was the daughter of William and Jennie (Tann) Geake. She…
HART, JEANNINE MARY, 93, of Essex Junction, passed away on October 22.She had lived in Groton for over 50 years and attended the Groton United Methodist Church, enjoying time spent with the ladies of the church and their sewing group….
KAISER, LISA ANN, 43, of Woodbury, passed away on October 22. She graduated from the nursing program at Vermont College/Norwich University and worked at Central Vermont Hospital for over 20 years, as an IV nurse and heading up the IV team….
PELLEGRINI, DINO E., 95, of Barre, passed away on October 22. A veteran of U.S. Army service in World War II, he served from 1942 to 1944. He was later co-owner of the former Everlasting Memorial Works in Montpelier….
COLLINS, VALERIE PETERSON, 65, of South Barre, passed away on October 21. She inspired hundreds of children over four decades in her career in education, much of it spent teaching at Barre Town Elementary School….
HILL, DIANE, of East Hardwick, passed away on October 21.She had worked for the VT Department of Social Welfare and for several health-related organizations, including for her daughter-in-law at Victoria Hill Physical Therapy….
JOHNSON, KARL S., 87, of South Barre, passed away on October 21. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy and had been stationed aboard the aircraft carrier USS Leyte and the destroyer escort USS Conway. He later worked as a sandblaster at local granite sheds….
POST, JOYCE E., 79, of Royalton, passed away on October 20. She was a member of the East Bethel Community Church, where she taught Sunday school and vacation Bible school….
EDWARDS, CAROLYN, formerly of Williamstown, passed away on October 19. She was CEO and founding partner of Competitive Computing (C2), and dedicated her life to her work and her two children….
FLINK, JANET, 81, of Barre, passed away on October 19. She was a violinist and charter member of the Vermont Philharmonic, and was employed by the Central Vermont Teachers Credit Union for more than 30 years….
BARRE TOWN - Priscilla G. Paquet, 90, of Morrison Road passed away peacefully on Saturday, October 18, 2014 at her home with her family at her bedside.
Born in South Barre on August 22, 1924, she was the daughter of the late Otto and Lucy (W…
BRUZZESI, WILLIAM J., 33, of East Montpelier, passed away on October 18. He was a Montpelier High School graduate and had been employed for several years at Capital Steel Co….
GREINER, REV. LEE DEVOE, 55, of Bethel, passed away on October 18. She was a Unitarian Universalist minister and had served churches across the U.S. and Canada, usually as an interim minister, which became her specialty….
October 23, 2014
Bernard “Raymond” Seguin, 98, of Moretown, VT died Friday, October 17, 2014 at Central Vermont Hospital in Berlin after a long and full life.
Raymond was born in Montpelier, February 11, 1916, the son of prominent businessman Edward T and Louise…
COFFRIN, JOHN C., 86, of Lebanon, N.H. and formerly of Calais, passed away on October 17. He was a World War II veteran and had retired from the Vermont Transportation Department in 1989….
GRAHAM, NORMAN SEBASTIAN, 65, of West Topsham, passed away on October 17. He was a self-employed carpenter and had served as a Marine in the Vietnam War, receiving two Purple Hearts….
KONDI, ALBERT J., 79, of South Royalton and Davidsonville, Md., passed away on October 17. He graduated from Norwich University, had a lifetime military career, serving in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War and beyond, and retired as a full colonel…
EPSTEIN, EDWARD JOSEPH, formerly of Worcester, passed away on October 15. He was a Buddhist and psychotherapist, known for his warmth and empathy and his capacity to touch the heart of even the most remote or anxious person….
HUDSON, MARTHA L., of Maryland and formerly of Barre, passed away on October 15. She was a graduate of Spaulding High School in Barre, and received a nursing degree from Columbia University in New York City….
BLAISDELL, BEATRICE GLORIA, 82, of Randolph, passed away on October 14. She had worked at Tranquility Nursing Home in Randolph and at the Randolph Area Senior Center, and was a member of Bethany United Church of Christ in Randolph….