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151 South Main Street
Bellingham, MA 02019
(508) 883-8383
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310 1/2 Wrentham Rd
Bellingham, MA 02019
(508) 883-6600
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Bellingham MA Obituaries and Death Notices

Jean Laird - Lynden Tribune

Monday, April 03, 2017

Bill, and son Gary. Jean is survived by her children Greg (Carol) Laird of Camas, Washington, Galen (Candace) Laird of Lynden, Glenn (Jean) Laird of Bellingham, Guy (Janet) Laird of Lynden and Gina (Bruce) Bosch of Sumas; 21 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren; and her brother, John DeLange of Quincy, Washington. Visitation hours are scheduled for 6 to 7 p.m. Friday, March 24, in Gillies Funeral Home.  Graveside services will be conducted at 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 25, in Monumenta Cemetery followed by an 11 a.m. memorial service in New Life Fellowship Church, 810 E. Pole Rd., Lynden. Memorials in Jean’s name are suggested to: New Life Fellowship Church at the above address or Whatcom Hospice Foundation, 2901 Squalicum Pkwy., Bellingham, WA  98225. You are invited to share your memories and condolences in the online guest book at www.gilliesfuneralhome.com. Arrangements are entrusted to Gillies Funeral Home and Cremation Services of Lynden.

Michael Nicoloro

Monday, February 27, 2017

John of Chelmsford and Kevin and his wife Kristen of Wilmington. Proud grandfather of Marissa, Samantha, Michael, Mallory, Brittany and Joe. Brother of Paul and his wife Janice Nicoloro of Bellingham and the late Richard and John Nicoloro and survived by sister in law Lucy Nicoloro of CA. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Funeral from The DeVito Funeral Home 1145 Mass Avenue ARLINGTON Wednesday morning at 9:30 with graveside services to follow at 11:00 in Cambridge Cemetery. Visiting at the funeral home on Tuesday 4:00 to 8:00pm. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Mike's memory to: The American Heart Association 20 Speen St., Framingham, MA 01701. Retired Assistant Building Commissioner for The City of Cambridge.

Washington death-row inmate dies of cardiac arrest - The Seattle Times

Monday, January 09, 2017

Inslee last week signed a reprieve for Clark Richard Elmore, who had been convicted of raping and killing his girlfriend’s 14-year-old daughter, Kristy Ohnstad, in Bellingham in 1995. Elmore will remain in prison for life. With his legal appeals exhausted, Elmore’s execution had been scheduled for Jan. 19.Despite Inslee’s moratorium, executions are still part of state law, so any reprieves require that Inslee exercise his authority as governor.No execution date had been set for Woods.

Pederson goes on without his first mentor - his late father - Philly.com - Philly.com

Monday, October 10, 2016

Gordon Pederson taught his son the game of football. He was his first coach. When the elder Pederson moved from Bellingham, Wash., to Monroe, La., to start a new job, he went to the local college and dropped off high school film of Doug to the head football coach."Back then it was VHS tapes," Doug said.Gordon's initiative eventually led to a scholarship at Northeastern Louisiana - now Louisiana-Monroe. But the rest - setting then-Division I-AA passing records, persevering through countless rejections to last 13 years in the NFL, and ascending in short time to the pinnacle of the coaching pyramid - Doug did mostly on his own."He taught me the importance of work and how to work hard, and be the leader of the football team," Pederson said this past week. "I wanted to be a receiver. He said, 'No, you're going to be the quarterback because we don't have anybody that can take a snap.'"That's how I became a quarterback and played it my whole life."Gordon was able to watch Doug's entire playing career. He won't get the opportunity to see his son finally lead an NFL team.He knew what Doug had accomplished, though. Gordon suffered a stroke in December 2014 right before Christmas. After a two-month stint in the intensive-care unit, he bounced between his home and assisted living. He was never the same.But when the Eagles named Pederson head coach in January, he did recognize his son's achievement. Doug brought him...

Michael Frome, former WWU professor, nationally known environment writer, dies at 96 - The Bellingham Herald

Monday, September 26, 2016

I teach a different kind of journalism, advocacy journalism in behalf of the environment, yet hewing to basic principles of literacy, accuracy, fairness and meeting the deadline,” he told The Bellingham Herald in 2007.Born in New York City, he served in World War II as an air transport navigator before becoming a reporter with The Washington Post. He next wrote travel articles for national magazines and newspapers before turning his focus to the environment.“As a travel writer I spent a lot of time in the parks and forests,” Frome told The Herald in 1995. “I just became more interested in protection than promotion.”He wrote more than 20 books and numerous articles for newspapers and magazines about the natural world and the need to protect it. In his next career shift, he taught environmental journalism in Vermont, Pennsylvania, Idaho and Wisconsin before coming to Western’s Huxley College of the Environment in 1987. He retired from Western eight years later and celebrated his 75th birthday that year by riding a hot air balloon over Ferndale.Frome received numerous honors over the years. His most recent book was “Rediscovering National Parks in the Spirit of John Muir,” from The University of Utah Press.In a 2007 interview with The Herald, Frome was asked how he would like to be remembered. Along with being remembered as a dedicated, competent, ethical professional, he added, “more important, personally, that I treasured friendships, and went out smiling.”Services for Michael Frome will be in Wisconsin. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to: Ozaukee Washington...

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Jean Laird - Lynden Tribune

Monday, April 03, 2017

Bill, and son Gary. Jean is survived by her children Greg (Carol) Laird of Camas, Washington, Galen (Candace) Laird of Lynden, Glenn (Jean) Laird of Bellingham, Guy (Janet) Laird of Lynden and Gina (Bruce) Bosch of Sumas; 21 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren; and her brother, John DeLange of Quincy, Washington. Visitation hours are scheduled for 6 to 7 p.m. Friday, March 24, in Gillies Funeral Home.  Graveside services will be conducted at 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 25, in Monumenta Cemetery followed by an 11 a.m. memorial service in New Life Fellowship Church, 810 E. Pole Rd., Lynden. Memorials in Jean’s name are suggested to: New Life Fellowship Church at the above address or Whatcom Hospice Foundation, 2901 Squalicum Pkwy., Bellingham, WA  98225. You are invited to share your memories and condolences in the online guest book at www.gilliesfuneralhome.com. Arrangements are entrusted to Gillies Funeral Home and Cremation Services of Lynden.

Michael Nicoloro

Monday, February 27, 2017

John of Chelmsford and Kevin and his wife Kristen of Wilmington. Proud grandfather of Marissa, Samantha, Michael, Mallory, Brittany and Joe. Brother of Paul and his wife Janice Nicoloro of Bellingham and the late Richard and John Nicoloro and survived by sister in law Lucy Nicoloro of CA. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Funeral from The DeVito Funeral Home 1145 Mass Avenue ARLINGTON Wednesday morning at 9:30 with graveside services to follow at 11:00 in Cambridge Cemetery. Visiting at the funeral home on Tuesday 4:00 to 8:00pm. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Mike's memory to: The American Heart Association 20 Speen St., Framingham, MA 01701. Retired Assistant Building Commissioner for The City of Cambridge.

Washington death-row inmate dies of cardiac arrest - The Seattle Times

Monday, January 09, 2017

Inslee last week signed a reprieve for Clark Richard Elmore, who had been convicted of raping and killing his girlfriend’s 14-year-old daughter, Kristy Ohnstad, in Bellingham in 1995. Elmore will remain in prison for life. With his legal appeals exhausted, Elmore’s execution had been scheduled for Jan. 19.Despite Inslee’s moratorium, executions are still part of state law, so any reprieves require that Inslee exercise his authority as governor.No execution date had been set for Woods.

Pederson goes on without his first mentor - his late father - Philly.com - Philly.com

Monday, October 10, 2016

Gordon Pederson taught his son the game of football. He was his first coach. When the elder Pederson moved from Bellingham, Wash., to Monroe, La., to start a new job, he went to the local college and dropped off high school film of Doug to the head football coach."Back then it was VHS tapes," Doug said.Gordon's initiative eventually led to a scholarship at Northeastern Louisiana - now Louisiana-Monroe. But the rest - setting then-Division I-AA passing records, persevering through countless rejections to last 13 years in the NFL, and ascending in short time to the pinnacle of the coaching pyramid - Doug did mostly on his own."He taught me the importance of work and how to work hard, and be the leader of the football team," Pederson said this past week. "I wanted to be a receiver. He said, 'No, you're going to be the quarterback because we don't have anybody that can take a snap.'"That's how I became a quarterback and played it my whole life."Gordon was able to watch Doug's entire playing career. He won't get the opportunity to see his son finally lead an NFL team.He knew what Doug had accomplished, though. Gordon suffered a stroke in December 2014 right before Christmas. After a two-month stint in the intensive-care unit, he bounced between his home and assisted living. He was never the same.But when the Eagles named Pederson head coach in January, he did recognize his son's achievement. Doug brought him...

Michael Frome, former WWU professor, nationally known environment writer, dies at 96 - The Bellingham Herald

Monday, September 26, 2016

I teach a different kind of journalism, advocacy journalism in behalf of the environment, yet hewing to basic principles of literacy, accuracy, fairness and meeting the deadline,” he told The Bellingham Herald in 2007.Born in New York City, he served in World War II as an air transport navigator before becoming a reporter with The Washington Post. He next wrote travel articles for national magazines and newspapers before turning his focus to the environment.“As a travel writer I spent a lot of time in the parks and forests,” Frome told The Herald in 1995. “I just became more interested in protection than promotion.”He wrote more than 20 books and numerous articles for newspapers and magazines about the natural world and the need to protect it. In his next career shift, he taught environmental journalism in Vermont, Pennsylvania, Idaho and Wisconsin before coming to Western’s Huxley College of the Environment in 1987. He retired from Western eight years later and celebrated his 75th birthday that year by riding a hot air balloon over Ferndale.Frome received numerous honors over the years. His most recent book was “Rediscovering National Parks in the Spirit of John Muir,” from The University of Utah Press.In a 2007 interview with The Herald, Frome was asked how he would like to be remembered. Along with being remembered as a dedicated, competent, ethical professional, he added, “more important, personally, that I treasured friendships, and went out smiling.”Services for Michael Frome will be in Wisconsin. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to: Ozaukee Washington...