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Monday, May 01, 2017
Memorial: 2 p.m. Feb. 27, 2017 at Wolfeboro Bible Church, 533 Center St. in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. Subscription Required An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online service to view this article in its entirety. Choose an online service. Current print subscribers Need an account? Create one now. You must login to view the full content on this page. kAmtC:4 #@36CED@?[ db[ @7 r6?E6C q2C?DE625[ }6H w2>AD9:C6[ 5:65 u63] a`[ a_`f[ 2E (6?EH@CE9 s@F8=2D w@DA:E2= 27E6C 2 `b\J62C 32EE=6 H:E9 AC@DE2E6 42?46C DFCC@F?565 3J 9:D =@G:?8 72>:=J] tC:4 H2D 3@C? :? $AC:?87:6=5 @? u63] b[ `hec[ 2D E96 E9:C5 @7 7@FC 49:=5C6? E@ 9:D A2C6?ED s2=6 2?5 #2496= #@36CED@?]k^Am kAmw6 DA6?E >2?J 92AAJ 52JD @? 9:D 8C2?5A2C6?ED 52:CJ 72C> :? ~K2C<] tC:4 8C25F2E65 7C@> ~K2C< w...Saturday, April 08, 2017
Newbury, n.h. — Police are investigating a ski accident that resulted in the death of a New Hampshire man on Thursday at Mount Sunapee Resort.“A male from southern New Hampshire died suddenly at Mount Sunapee on Thursday at 3:40 p.m.,” Resort Vice President and General Manager Jay Gamble said in an email.“Our prayers and condolences are with his family in this time of loss,” he said.An email and phone message for Newbury Police Sgt. Brad Wheeler said in a Friday email that the accident is under investigation and the victim’s name “is not being released at this time.” The death was the second of the month at Mount Sunapee.A Massachusetts man in his 40s died on March 12 after he was found off an intermediate trail at the ski resort. A subsequent obituary identified that man as Thomas S. Schnellinger, 44, of North Andover, Mass.
Suffield Obituary: Robert Reed, 62 - Patch.comSaturday, April 08, 2017
Robert Emmet Reed, of West Suffield and Lincoln, New Hampshire, 62, died on Tuesday, March 28, 2017.Robert was born on June 28, 1954 in Bronx, NY. He attended All Hallows High School and received his Bachelors of Arts from St. Francis College, Biddeford, Maine. In 1982 Robert married Kathleen Williams, and together they had 3 sons, Robert Jr., Brendan and Declan. Robert was the president of Moosehead Harvesting Inc. Bob lived life in a very large way with his wife and boys. He leaves them all with the fondest of memories of times spent together and will be missed by all from the hills of Ireland, the slopes of Loon, the stands of Yankee stadium, the shores of Nantucket, and the pasture and home on the Farm with his ponies. Bob spent his life not only in the woods but in the hearts of anyone who had the pleasure of knowing him. However, his true passion was his family who will miss him dearly. He is survived by his loving wife Kathleen; his sons, Robert Reed, Jr. and his wife Mallory of West Suffield, Brendan Reed and his wife Michele...Saturday, April 08, 2017
Ryan, watching and playing sports with Keith, traveling across the country with his wife Judy, and spending time with his grandchildren in his favorite spots in New Hampshire and Maine. He was an avid reader of history and historical fiction, and had a passion for politics. Everything he did, he did with all his energy and heart and there was no challenge too great to overcome. Ken was known to all who knew him first and foremost for his devotion to his family and as a fighter for those without a voice. Throughout his career, he fought to save others, protect the most vulnerable in our society, and give voice to working men and women across the Commonwealth. He was a staunch believer in the role of unions and government to protect workers, and he was well known for his efforts to advance justice and equality for all people no matter their race, religion, national origin, or sexual identification. As such, he treated all with whom he met with dignity and respect, and over the many years he worked as both a union negotiator and state legislator, he earned back in return the respect and admiration of both his allies and his adversaries. Senator Donnelly championed many causes during his career, from increasing access and quality to mental health services for all; to funding for workforce training for the unemployed and underemployed; to more protections for homeless families and retirees on fixed incomes; to women’s’ access to healthcare; and to the creation of a criminal justice system that was fair for all. Through all these diverse efforts, Senator Donnelly never sought the accumulation of personal credit; but rather he was dedicated to the causes he believed in and the people he represented, and he brought his tremendous energy, courage, and passion to changing many lives for the better. Visiting hours will be held at Arlington Town Hall Auditorium, 730 Massachusetts Avenue, April 7, 2017 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. A funeral mass will be held at St Eulalia Parish, 50 Ridge Street, Winchester, on Saturday morning, April 8, 2017, at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to: Arlington Youth Counseling Services, 670R Massachusetts Ave...Monday, April 03, 2017
William R. Oakes, passed away peacefully at home, surrounded by family, on Tuesday, March 7, 2017.Daughter of the late Dr. Albert and Lucille Beaupre Barcomb, Jeanne was born and raised in Rochester, New Hampshire, and graduated from Simmons College in 1956 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry. Jeanne and Bill moved to Fairfield, Connecticut in 1966. After raising her four children, she returned to work as a chemist for Polymer Industries and Stolt-Nielson Shipping Co. and as a chemistry lab instructor at Fairfield University.Jeanne made many close friends through her community work and enthusiasm for bridge. Genealogy became her retirement hobby providing her with many reasons to travel nationally and internationally. She enjoyed cruising and summers spent in Maine with friends and family.A loving wife, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend, she will be greatly missed by all that knew her beautiful smile, warmth, strength and zest for life. In addition to Bill, her loving husband of 60 years, Jeanne leaves behind her children, Jeffrey Oakes and his wife Nancy of Marion, MA, Katherine Oakes and her husband Douglas Melville of Simsbury, CT, Michael Oakes and his wife Beth of Silver Lake, NH and Jennifer Oakes Keohan...
New Hampshire Funeral News
Monday, June 26, 2017
Italian foods which she passed on to her son and grandchildren. Rose loved going to the movies and enjoyed traveling locally to Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and Cape Cod with her husband, son, daughter in law and grandchildren. As is such with a rose, there will never be one like her again. She will be missed sorely by her family but the love shared with Rose is, like her, truly timeless.Friends and family are invited to visit with Rose’s family on Thursday, June 15, 2017 from 9:00-10:30 am in the BRITTON-SHREWSBURY FUNERAL HOME, 648 Main Street, Shrewsbury. Her funeral Mass will follow where we will celebrate Rose’s life at 11:00 am in Saint Mary’s Church, 640 Main St, Shrewsbury. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery, Shrewsbury.Monday, June 26, 2017
Auburn and Worcester Communities. When Jim was not working he made time to enjoy the outdoors, whether it was doing yard work or spending time with his friends hunting in New Hampshire. He also enjoyed “The Wonder of it All” in CT when he could.Jim leaves his wife of 24 years, Sandra E. (Wagher) Beauregard; his children Shannon Krusas and her husband Keith and Kelly Dionne both of Oxford, John Leake Jr., of Brimfield and Francis Leake of Tempe, AZ, Lori Friedman and her husband Darren of Severville, TN and Jennifer Perry of Thompson, CT; he also leaves seventeen grandchildren, three great grandchildren; a sister Janet Standring and her husband Tom of Leicester; and his former wife and friend, Patricia Beauregard of Oxford.Relatives and friends are invited to visit with Jim’s family on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 from 10:00am until 12:00 Noon for memorial calling hours in the BRITTON-WALLACE FUNERAL HOME, 91 Central Street, Auburn. Military honors from the U.S. Marine Corp will be rendered at the conclusion of calling hours.Saturday, June 10, 2017
May 14 — Mother's Day.Dupain's most public role was coordinating advance work for Ohio Gov. John Kasich's campaign appearances, especially in New Hampshire.Kasich tweeted: "Saddened by the passing of a dedicated member of our team, Ryan Dupain. Praying for his family & friends. He's gone far too soon."Campaign consultant John Weaver added: "Lost a fine person in @RyanDupain A great life in front of him with his beloved Rachel. His many friends & all of Kasich world in mourning."Dupain got engaged April 8 to fiance Rachael Neil. They were planning an October wedding.He recently became legislative liaison for the Ohio Department of Administrative Services.Kasich's national political director Jeff Polesovsky called Dupain "best kid with big dreams."The old Kasich campaign team is gathering at a local restaurant Thursday. Then some are heading to services this weekend at Lee & Martin Funeral Home in Dupain's hometown, Burgettstown, Pennsylvania. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Saturday in Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church in the same town.A gofundme page by a woman slated to be a bridesmaid at this fall's wedding raised more than its $15,000 goal is just two days to help cover funeral costs.Those first spotting Dupain on the campaign trail often did a double-take because he resembled a young Ted Cruz. His role was to coordinate the dozens of details — from seating to lights to sound to backdrops to press accomodations — needed for...Monday, May 01, 2017
DOVER, N.H. and SOUTH GLENS FALLS — Jerome Scott Foglietta Jr. passed away on April 15, 2017 in Dover, New Hampshire.Born in Glens Falls, Jerome was a young 30 years old and is survived by his mother, Tina Foglietta of Lake George; his father, Jerome Foglietta Sr. of Queensbury; his sister, Jessica Ergmann of Exeter, New Hampshire, and his brother-in-law, Stephen Ergmann of Exeter, New Hampshire; his nephew, Jackson Ergmann of Exeter, New Hampshire; his grandparents, Dolores and Dave Blodgett of Wilton, and Rose Wadsworth of South Glens Falls; and several aunts, uncles and cousins, all of whom loved him and he loved dearly.Jerome was best known for his smile and his hugs. His smile could light up a room and his hugs made you feel safe and warm. Jerome loved to spend time on Glen Lake, boating, tubing, wakeboarding and fishing. He loved riding his motorcycle, as it was one of the only times he truly felt free. Jerome’s family was his world, and we will all miss him more than words can say.Jerome struggled with addiction for many years. He suffered from this horrible disease, and he truly...