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, 60, of Washington, died Nov. 1. Born in 1936 in Barre, he was the son of Baynard and Isola (Roy) Jacobs. He attended Barre schools and Spaulding High School. He was first employed at the former Barre City Hospital, served with the Navy and was a member of the Naval Reserves and was then employed as a truck driver for H.P. Welch Trucking. He also owned and operated an auto body repair shop in Washington. He later worked as a cook for the Barre City school system and at the Barre Lodge of Elks. In 1957, he married Virginia Corey. Survivors include his wife; his mother; three sons, Joseph, Mate and Michael; one daughter, Maralyn Huntington; 10 grandchildren; two brothers; one sister; nieces and nephews.
, 67, of Montpelier, died Oct. 30. Born in 1929 in Bethlehem, Pa., he was the son of Edward and Adelia (Boyer) Lantz. He was educated in Allentown (Pa.) schools and Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburg, Pa. He was a bank examiner and a securities administrator, retiring from the Securities Division of the Vermont Department of Banking and Insurance. After retirement, he worked at Sugarbush Ski Area and Sugarbush golf course. He had been a member of the Army Air Force. Survivors include his sister, Jacqueline Milander; his companion, Anita Rye; nieces and nephews.
, 84, of Adamant, died Nov. 2. Born in 1912 in Brooklyn, N.Y., he was the son of Herman and Violet (Barzalay) Holmquest. His wife, Rita Tappe Holmquest, died in 1986. Survivors include his son, Ronald; two grandchildren.
, 100, of Montpelier, died Nov. 1. Born in 1895 in Gilead, Conn., she was the daughter of Henry Bailey Mason and Hattie Maria (Holden) Mason. She received her education in Harvard, Mass. and Winchester, Mass., graduating from Wheaton College and receiving a master of arts degree from Middlebury College. In 1935, she married Arthur Fulton. She taught high school in Edgartown, Whitman and Wakefield, Mass. and moved to Montpelier after her husband's death in 1972. She was a member of Bethany United Church of Christ in Montpelier. Survivors include her niece, Marjorie Lawson; a nephew, Henry Mason III; five nieces and nephews; seven great-nieces and great-nephews.
, 67, formerly of Chelsea and Barre, died Oct. 31. Born in 1929 in Hudson, Mass., she was the daughter of Louis and Beatrice (Burgoine) Fontaine. In 1980, she married Anthony Braman. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Johnsonburg, Pa. Survivors include her husband; two sons, Richard Scribner and John Scribner.
, 80, of Greensboro, died Nov. 7. Born in 1916 in Barre, he was the son of Dr. John and Marion (Ewen) Woodruff. He attended Barre schools, graduating from Spaulding High School. He graduated from Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine and from the University of Vermont College of Medi-cine. He served in the Army and in 1945, married Evelyn MacDonald. He began his medical practice in Barre in 1959 and later joined a medical partnership with the late Dr. George Lucchina and Dr. Bruce Talmadge, with offices in Berlin. He left the practice in 1980, when he left to serve as a physician in the emergency room at Central Vermont Hospital in Berlin, retiring in 1985. He and his wife had made their home in Greensboro Village since 1980. He was a supporter of St. Monica Church. Survivors include his wife; five sons, Dr. Stephen Woodruff; Frank Jr., Richard, David and Paul; four daughters, Mary Woodruff, Jane Woodruff, Anne Woodruff, Sarah Ford; a brother; nine grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
, 89, of South Royalton, died Nov. 13. Born in 1907 in Thetford Hill, she was the daughter of Herbert and Abbie (Church) Chamberlin. She attended schools in Thetford and Fairlee and graduated from Montpelier Seminary. She was a secretary and later a bookkeeper. In 1928, she married Cedric McDonald. They owned and operated two dairy farms in Sharon. Mr. McDonald died in 1967 and she moved to South Royalton. She was a member of the Post Mills Congregational Church and was active in the Sharon Congregational Church. Survivors include a son, Douglas McDonald; a daughter, Phyllis Potter; seven grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren.
, 83, of Waitsfield, died Nov. 9. Born in 1913 in Waitsfield, he was the son of Hugh and Mabel (Folsom) Carpenter. He was educated in Moretown and Waitsfield schools. He worked on the family farm and at Bowen Hunter Bobbin Mill. He was a member of the Moretown United Methodist Church. Survivors include his sister, Lettie Conrad; his brother, George; several nieces and nephews.
, 95, of Randolph, died Nov. 15. Born in 1901 in Salem, Mass., she was the daughter of Bernard and Ann (Bartley) MacDonald. She attended schools in Massachusetts and graduated from Boston University. In 1924, she married Jeremiah Perry. They farmed in Woodstock until his death in 1941. She taught schools in New York and in South Royalton and Randolph, retiring in 1969. She was a member of St. John's Episcopal Church in Randolph. Survivors include a son, Roger; eight grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.
, 86, of Chelsea, died Nov. 11. Born in 1910, he was the son of Charles and Grace (Colby) Button. He attended Chelsea schools and spent his working years in dairy farming, the grain business and Button's Store in Chelsea. He was a supporter of the West Hill Methodist Church. Survivors include his wife; three sons, David, Raymond and Kenneth; two daughter, Lois Mason and Catherine Button; six grandchildren; two brothers; nieces and nephews.
, 53, of Waterbury, died Nov. 13. Born in 1943 in Hammond, IN, she was the daughter of Anderson and Ruby (Havill) Payton. She attended schools in Tennessee and Louisiana, graduating from the Adult Education Program at Middlebury High School. She was employed as a beautician and a pipefitter and owned a housecleaning business. In 1965, she married Earle Stowe. She was a member of the Montpelier Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Survivors include her husband; a son, Earle (Rick) Stowe II; two daughters, Theresa Robin Stowe and Jamie Magee; two grandchildren; four brothers.
, 40, of Barre, died Nov. 11. Born in 1956 in St. Albans, he was the son of Raymond and Marie (Deuso) Latimer. He was employed by Arthur Whitcomb at Tilcon and Twin City Masonry. Survivors include his wife, Colleen (Coburn) Latimer; his son, Ryan; his parents; one brother; three sisters; several nieces and nephews.
, 64, of Barre, died Nov. 11. Born in 1932 in Barre, she was the daughter of Louis and Orphise (Inkel) Hotte. She attended St. Monica School and graduated from Spaulding High School and Becker Junior College in Worcester, Mass. She was employed as an airline stewardess, returning to Barre in 1956. In 1957, she married Winton Walbridge. She was a member of St. Monica Church. Survivors include her husband; her daughter, Gail Walbridge; two sons, Brian and Kevin; six grandchildren; one brother; nieces and nephews.
, 61, of Northfield, died Nov. 8. Born in 1935 in Northfield, she was the daughter of Harold and Rose (Amell) Duprey. She attended Northfield schools. Her husband Arnold Tullar, died in 1987. Survivors include four brothers, Charles, Roland, Robert and Ralph Duprey; several nieces and nephews.
, 102, of Montpelier, died Nov. 12. Born in 1894 in Burke, she was the daughter of Harriet Kenison and Frank Smith. She attended schools in Burke and St. Johnsbury Academy and Lyndon Teachers College. She taught school in Burke. In 1916, she married Dale Donahue. They moved to Montpelier where she was employed by the Vermont Highway Department. She also operated a small needlework business and later worked in the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles. She was a member of the First Church of Christ Scientist in Montpelier. Sur-vivors include her daughter, Patricia Seivwright; a grandson; three great-grandchildren.
, 74, of Groton, died Nov. 8. Born in 1922 in Dorchester, Mass., he was the son of Harold and Margaret (Huggans) Cady. He graduated from Woburn (Mass.) High School. He served with the Marine Corps during WWII. He was a supervisor for New England Telephone in Mass. and moved to Groton following retirement in 1972. Survivors include his son, Harold; four daughters, Ellen Mills, Martha Aries, Anne Lyon and Pamela Sieracki; eight grandchildren; one sister; his companion, Marilyn Hatch Ruiter; his former wife Mary Cady.
, 92, of Barre, died Nov. 13. Born in 1904 in East Barre, she was the daughter of Grant and Nora (Rhodes) Sargent. She attended schools in East Barre. In 1923, she married Paul Hebert, who is deceased. In 1948, she married Fred Bean, who died in 1973. Survivors include two daughters, Alberta (Mrs. Leroy) Shepard and Lydia (Mrs. Frank) Leavitt; seven grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; three sisters; one brother.
, 97, formerly of Randolph and Northfield, died Nov. 13. Born in 1898 in Mooers Forks, N.Y., she was the daughter of Joseph and Exildau (Gadway) Brassard. She was raised in Randolph and Northfield and lived in Claremont, where she was a communicant of St. Mary Church. She moved to Connecticut in 1961. Her husband, Levi Harley, died in 1976. Survivors include her daughter, Shirley (Mrs. Donald) Clarke; three grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; one brother; one sister; four brothers; several nieces and nephews; great-nieces and great-nephews.
, 43, formerly of Barre, died Nov. 11. Born in 1952 in Barre, she was the daughter of Kenneth and Delores (Archambault) Lyons. She received her early education in Orange Center and graduated from Spaulding High School. She worked for New Hampshire Insurance Company. In 1977, she married Robbie Averill. They moved to Florida where she was employed by the General Sand Gravel Company. They then moved to Normandy, TN, where she was employed at the J.C. Penney Store. Survivors include her husband; her parents; four brothers, Clarence, Donald, Raymond and Robert Lyons; two sisters, Diane MacKenzie and Rosalyn Ryan; aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and one great-nephew.
, 71, of Brookfield, died Nov. 12. Born in 1925 in St. Marc, Haiti, he was the son of Col. Walter and Marie (Byl) Sheard. He attended schools in Freeport, N.Y., graduated from Freeport High School and served with the Marine Corps during WWII. He continued his education at Mohawk College in Utica, N.Y. and received his bachelor of arts degree from Brown University. Later earning his masters from New Paltz State University and Columbia University, both in New York. In 1951, he married Anita Bernagozzi. He was a special education teacher in New York, retiring in 1980 and moving to Brookfield. He was a member of Sts. Donatian and Rogatian Church in Randolph. Survivors include his wife; one son, Dr. Timothy Sheard; two daughters, Gwenn Colston and Meryl Sheard; five grandchildren; four brothers; four sisters.