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Tessie Mendys

Monday, June 26, 2017

Grafton; four grandchildren, Andrew and Jeffrey Plotczyk, Eric and his wife Donna Goodhall and Maura Wolfe and her husband Thomas; a great grandchild, Johnny; and son-in-law, John Goodhall of Berkley She was predeceased by a daughter, Patricia Goodhall; two brothers, Stanley and Walter Leszczynski and a sister, Helen Rossik.Relatives and friends are invited to visit with Tessie’s family on Tuesday June 20, 2017 from 9:30-10:30 before leaving in procession to Saint Joseph’s Church for her funeral Mass which will be celebrated at 11:00 am. Burial will follow in Notre Dame Cemetery, Worcester.

Roger F. Sites, 93 - Sippican Week

Monday, February 20, 2017

East Taunton; his brother J. George Sites of Brockton; his nephew John G. Sites of Pembroke; his nieces Heather Brooke Sites and Jessica Leigh Sites, both of Pembroke; his nephew Stephen Sites of Berkley, California; his niece Susan Barca and her husband Joseph Barca of Mansfield; and his nephew Brendon Barca and his niece Alexandra Barca, both of Mansfield.His funeral will be held at St. Anthony Parish, 22 Barstow St., Mattapoisett on Saturday, Feb. 18 at 10 a.m. Calling hours will be at Conley Funeral Home, 138 Belmont St. (Route 138), Brockton, on Friday Feb. 17 from 3-6 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations in Mr. Sites' name be made to the Brockton Educational Foundation, c/o Brockton Public Schools, 43 Crescent St., Brockton, MA 02303; to St. Anthony's Building Fund, P.O. Box 501, Mattapoisett, MA 02739; or to any charity of your choice.

Harry Reid's Last Power Play - POLITICO Magazine

Monday, September 05, 2016

But the Bobby Fischer of Nevada politics showed his first signs of weakness in 2012. Obama easily won the state, but Reid was unable to keep Rep. Shelley Berkley, who was plagued by a House ethics probe, out of the Senate race. He watched appointed Republican Dean Heller eke out a win.Continue Reading »Jon Ralston, contributing editor at Politico Magazine, has covered Nevada politics for...

Farmington hockey coach Bill Newton dies at 55 - Detroit Free Press

Monday, August 22, 2016

Newton led the Falcons to a 15-9-1 record last season and a share of the OAA Red Division championship. Farmington, Rochester United and Berkley finished 9-3.Newton, who replaced Mark Vellucci as head coach in 2013, had been a varsity assistant for four seasons and a JV assistant for two years. He also coached in the Farmington Hills Hockey Association for five years.“Obviously, it’s a sad day for the high school hockey world,” Vellucci said. “Bill was a great man, a great person and a great coach. He touched a lot of people. When I left the Farmington hockey program, I left it in great hands with Bill. I’m going to miss his friendship, first and foremost.”Joe Hall is a former Farmington assistant who coached a dozen years with Newton. He remembers Newton, a salesman who represented numerous makers of hockey equipment, as being a generous and giving individual.“I’d say, ‘Bill, when is that sale going to be?’” Hall said. “The next day, I’d have a brand new pair of gloves on my porch, because he had some in his garage and brought them over. They were top-of-the-line $200 gloves, too.“He would go up to the tailgate at (Michigan) State (where his brother, Tom, is an assistant hockey coach) and have all the food. He’d invite all the Farmington guys. He’d have 50 to a hundred people come by, and he was feeding all of them.”While he loved hockey and wanted things to be done right, Newton cared most about his players, according to Hall and Vellucci.“He taught them life lessons through hockey,” Vellucci said. “The kids became young men under his leadership and guidance.”“He had a great way with the kids,” Hall said. “He cared more about them and their lives than the hockey. He was more interested in that. On a personal level, he would be a guy I am proud to call a friend. Look up friend in the dictionary, and that was Bill. He cared more about people than wins or losses.”Majoros, who played on the top offensive line with Petras, echoed those statements in remembering Newton.“It can’t be said enough how he cared about each and everyone on his team every year,” Majoros said. “I can say I grew as a person and hockey player because of what he did for me, and the same goes for everyone else. At the end of the day, he was the best coach I’ve ever played for.”Newton grew up playing hockey in Uxbridge, Ontario. He played junior hockey with the Oshawa Generals of the Ontario Hockey League and later played for the late Ron Mason at Bowling Green.Newton is survived by wife Colleen; son Chris, a Farmington assistant coach and former player; and daughter Annie.Funeral arrangements are pending at O’Brien-Sullivan Funeral Home, 41555 Grand River, Novi.DETROIT FREE PRESS'A shock': Legendary Michigan State hockey coach Ron Mason dies at 76...

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Tessie Mendys

Monday, June 26, 2017

Grafton; four grandchildren, Andrew and Jeffrey Plotczyk, Eric and his wife Donna Goodhall and Maura Wolfe and her husband Thomas; a great grandchild, Johnny; and son-in-law, John Goodhall of Berkley She was predeceased by a daughter, Patricia Goodhall; two brothers, Stanley and Walter Leszczynski and a sister, Helen Rossik.Relatives and friends are invited to visit with Tessie’s family on Tuesday June 20, 2017 from 9:30-10:30 before leaving in procession to Saint Joseph’s Church for her funeral Mass which will be celebrated at 11:00 am. Burial will follow in Notre Dame Cemetery, Worcester.

Roger F. Sites, 93 - Sippican Week

Monday, February 20, 2017

East Taunton; his brother J. George Sites of Brockton; his nephew John G. Sites of Pembroke; his nieces Heather Brooke Sites and Jessica Leigh Sites, both of Pembroke; his nephew Stephen Sites of Berkley, California; his niece Susan Barca and her husband Joseph Barca of Mansfield; and his nephew Brendon Barca and his niece Alexandra Barca, both of Mansfield.His funeral will be held at St. Anthony Parish, 22 Barstow St., Mattapoisett on Saturday, Feb. 18 at 10 a.m. Calling hours will be at Conley Funeral Home, 138 Belmont St. (Route 138), Brockton, on Friday Feb. 17 from 3-6 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations in Mr. Sites' name be made to the Brockton Educational Foundation, c/o Brockton Public Schools, 43 Crescent St., Brockton, MA 02303; to St. Anthony's Building Fund, P.O. Box 501, Mattapoisett, MA 02739; or to any charity of your choice.

Harry Reid's Last Power Play - POLITICO Magazine

Monday, September 05, 2016

But the Bobby Fischer of Nevada politics showed his first signs of weakness in 2012. Obama easily won the state, but Reid was unable to keep Rep. Shelley Berkley, who was plagued by a House ethics probe, out of the Senate race. He watched appointed Republican Dean Heller eke out a win.Continue Reading »Jon Ralston, contributing editor at Politico Magazine, has covered Nevada politics for...

Farmington hockey coach Bill Newton dies at 55 - Detroit Free Press

Monday, August 22, 2016

Newton led the Falcons to a 15-9-1 record last season and a share of the OAA Red Division championship. Farmington, Rochester United and Berkley finished 9-3.Newton, who replaced Mark Vellucci as head coach in 2013, had been a varsity assistant for four seasons and a JV assistant for two years. He also coached in the Farmington Hills Hockey Association for five years.“Obviously, it’s a sad day for the high school hockey world,” Vellucci said. “Bill was a great man, a great person and a great coach. He touched a lot of people. When I left the Farmington hockey program, I left it in great hands with Bill. I’m going to miss his friendship, first and foremost.”Joe Hall is a former Farmington assistant who coached a dozen years with Newton. He remembers Newton, a salesman who represented numerous makers of hockey equipment, as being a generous and giving individual.“I’d say, ‘Bill, when is that sale going to be?’” Hall said. “The next day, I’d have a brand new pair of gloves on my porch, because he had some in his garage and brought them over. They were top-of-the-line $200 gloves, too.“He would go up to the tailgate at (Michigan) State (where his brother, Tom, is an assistant hockey coach) and have all the food. He’d invite all the Farmington guys. He’d have 50 to a hundred people come by, and he was feeding all of them.”While he loved hockey and wanted things to be done right, Newton cared most about his players, according to Hall and Vellucci.“He taught them life lessons through hockey,” Vellucci said. “The kids became young men under his leadership and guidance.”“He had a great way with the kids,” Hall said. “He cared more about them and their lives than the hockey. He was more interested in that. On a personal level, he would be a guy I am proud to call a friend. Look up friend in the dictionary, and that was Bill. He cared more about people than wins or losses.”Majoros, who played on the top offensive line with Petras, echoed those statements in remembering Newton.“It can’t be said enough how he cared about each and everyone on his team every year,” Majoros said. “I can say I grew as a person and hockey player because of what he did for me, and the same goes for everyone else. At the end of the day, he was the best coach I’ve ever played for.”Newton grew up playing hockey in Uxbridge, Ontario. He played junior hockey with the Oshawa Generals of the Ontario Hockey League and later played for the late Ron Mason at Bowling Green.Newton is survived by wife Colleen; son Chris, a Farmington assistant coach and former player; and daughter Annie.Funeral arrangements are pending at O’Brien-Sullivan Funeral Home, 41555 Grand River, Novi.DETROIT FREE PRESS'A shock': Legendary Michigan State hockey coach Ron Mason dies at 76...