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, 91, of Upper Websterville, died June 9. Born in Websterville in 1905, she was the daughter of John and Annie (Wark) Moore. She attended Websterville schools. In 1955, she married Gilbert Lowery, who died in 1968. She was a member of the Church of the Good Shepherd (Episcopal) and worked for the Vermont Association of the Blind and Visually Impaired. Survivors include three cousins, Louise Savage, Erlene Gilken and Arlene Smith; and more distant relatives.
, 63, of Montpelier, died June 9. Born in 1934 in Montpelier, he was the son of Andrew and Helen (Ducker) Warren. He attended graded school and graduated from Montpelier High School. He served with the Air Force. In 1955, he married Judith Gibson. He was a salesman for Victor Manufacturing and Distributors of Hartford, Conn. and was employed as a branch manager for Pyrofax Gas Co. in Barre and South Windsor, Conn. and superintendent of Capital City Gas Co. in Montpelier. He was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church in Montpelier. He had served with the Montpelier, South Windsor (Conn.) and Elmore fire departments. Survivors include his wife; two children, Steve and Valerie Warren Belanger; five grandchildren; a brother; several nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 78, of Randolph Center, died June 10. Born in 1918 in Randolph, she was the daughter of William Wales Sargent and Lydia (Bagley) Sargent. She attended Braintree and Randolph schools. In 1936, she married Edward W. Conant. She was a member of the First Congregational Church of Randolph Center. Survivors include her husband; a son, E. Gordon; a daughter, Romona Strange; five grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren.
, 65, formerly of Montpelier, died June 11. Born in Montpelier, he was the son of Dwight and Ruth (Ingraham) Darling. He was a graduate of Concord Commercial College. He served with both the Army and Air Force and after discharge worked for Woodsville (N.H.) Water and Light, Bancroft Products in Concord, the Renaissance Center for the Treatment of Alcoholism in Proctorsville (Vt.), and at Belknap-Merrimack Manpower Corp. He was a former lay minister of Wesley United Methodist Church. Survivors include his wife, Sara (Sally) (Girard) Darling; a son, Richard; a daughter, Paula R. Russell; six grandchildren; a sister; several nieces and nephews.
, 74, of Greensboro, died June 11. Born in 1922 in Greensboro, he was the son of Oscar and Annonica (Cliche) Perron. He spent his entire life in Greensboro. He was employed as a contractor. He was a communicant of St. Michael's Church and was a veteran of WWII. Survivors include his wife, Laurette Renaud Perron, whom he married in 1953; a son, Robert; a daughter, Alice Perron; a brother; a sister; a grandson and granddaughter; cousins.
, 79, formerly of Waterbury and Barre, died June 11. Born in 1918 in Waterbury, he was the son of Dr. Henry W. and Tenie (Fisher) Sabin. He attended schools in Waterbury, graduating from the former Waterbury High School. He was a member of the Waterbury Fire Department and the Waterbury School Board. He most recently worked for the State in the Vocational Rehabilitation Center. He was a member of Wesley Methodist Church in Waterbury and later, Hedding United Methodist Church in Barre. He was first married to Alberta Carpenter and later to Nancy Preston. Survivors include five daughters, Margaret Ann Anderson, Patricia Helen Sabin, Rebecca Sue Cantwell, Pauline Mary Sabin and Pamela Jane Merchant; a son, James Jr.; 12 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; four stepchildren; three brothers; nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 85, formerly of Barre, died June 8. He was born and brought up in Barre, the son of Mary (Lillie) and John Duquid. He attended local graded schools and graduated from Spaulding High School. Survivors include his wife, Helen; five children; grandchildren; and great-grandchildren; a sister.
, 59, of Barre and formerly of Williamstown, died June 11. Born in 1937 in Barre Town, he was the son of Freddie and Helen (Eldridge) West. He attended schools in Calais and Barre. In 1958, he married Marjorie Poulin. He worked in delivery and did carpet installation for Lash Furniture Co. and Hooker's Wayside Furniture. He later became self-employed, retiring in 1993 and moving to Florida. Survivors include his wife; three sons, Brian, Robert and Richard; a daughter, Robin West; seven grandchildren.
, 57, of Moretown, died June 10. Born in 1939 in Moretown, he was the son of Ruth (Cutler) and Merrill Reagan. He attended Moretown schools. In 1960, he married Sandra Caslani. He had worked at the M&R Store in Waitsfield and later purchased the business. He later owned and operated Mr. D's convenience store in Moretown, was employed by Petco as supervisor of mini-mart stores and more recently, he owned and operated the Petco store in Moretown, now known as Moretown General Store. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Kirk and Bradley; a granddaughter; his mother; a sister; a brother; nieces and nephews.
, 96, of Berlin, died June 6. Born in 1901 in New Harbor, Maine, she lived there most of her life, graduating from New Harbor High School. In 1921, she married Arthur McFarland, who died in 1975. Survivors include here daughter, Neva Gove; a granddaughter; a grandson; and a great-great-grandson.
, 92, of Montpelier, died June 5. Born in 1904 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., she was the daughter of Michael and Margaret (Hayes) Dunphy. She graduated from Saratoga Springs High School and Skidmore College. She taught school in Saratoga Springs and the Albany City school district, retiring in 1974. She came to Vermont in 1982 and was a member of St. Edward's Roman Catholic Church in Williamstown. Survivors include a son, Michael; two daughters, Rita Whitney and Mary Belle Isle; 11 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. Her husband Francis Rogers, died in 1967.
, 84, of Barre, died June 9. Born in 1913 in Barre Town, he was the son of Fred and Addie (LaFlower) West. His wife, Helen Eldridge West, died in 1950. He worked area farms and granite manufacturers and later for Clayton Carr Salvage and Scrap Metal in Northfield. Survivors include his son, Louis; four grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren.
, formerly of Montpelier, died June 7. She lived in Montpelier until 1960, moving to Massachusetts. Survivors include her husband, Leon; two sons, Paul and Brian; a daughter, Lisa; six brothers; a sister; several nieces and nephews.
, 75, of Barre, died June 15. Born in 1922 in Pittsburgh, MA, he was the son of Joseph and Sara (Campagno) Giallombardo. He graduated from Mars (PA) High School and received a degree in history from Norwich University. He served with the Army Air Corps during WWII. He was employed as a livestock inspector for the Animal Health Division of the United States government. In 1951, he married Barbara Lou Alexander. He was a member of the Berlin Congregational Church. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Glenn and Eric; three grandsons; a sister; two nephews and a niece.
, 62, of Groton, died June 15. Born in Newbury in 1934, she was the daughter of Everett and Ethel (Philbrick) Dickey. She was employed as a cafeteria assistant at Oxbow High School in Bradford. Survivors include her husband, Newell L. Frost; a son, Jack; three daughters, Sandra Hatch, Gail Griffith and Vicki Darby; six grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.
, 99, of Warren, died June 15. Born in 1897 in Warren, she was the daughter of George and Julia (Miller) Robinson. She attended schools in Warren and Northfield and graduated from Lyndon Institute. In 1918, she married Ernest Brooks, who died in 1984. She taught school in Warren for a short time and later worked on the family dairy farm. She was town treasurer in Warren for 14 years, for town auditor and was a member of Warren United Church. Survivors include eight grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; 16 great-great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
, 36, of Worcester, died June 14. Born in Stugart, Germany, he was the son of Herman and Maria (Alten) Dickinson. He attended schools in Worcester and U-32 Highs School. He was a self-employed carpenter, working with A&D Roofing and Siding and also for Ed Barslow Insulation. He was a member of the Montpelier Jehovah Witnesses. Survivors include his mother; his step-father, Vernan Hayford; a brother, Wayne; five sisters, Carolyn Dickinson, Linda Lee Ruckman, Patricia Lawson, Christine Masonek and Klara Dickinson; aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 86, of Bethel, died June 19. Born in Bethel in 1910, he was the son of Charles and Queenie (Harlow) Townsend. He was educated in Bethel schools and was a logger for Dan and Buster Stoddard. He later worked at Clive Alcorn's mill in Gaysville. Survivors include a brother, Dwight; a sister, Mildred Butterfield; several nieces and nephews.
, 73, formerly of Montpelier, died June 11. Born in 1923 in Reeseville, W. VA., he was the son of Victor and Mary (Sarson) Garback. The family moved to Montpelier, where he received his early education and graduated from Montpelier High School. He earned an associate degree from Bentley College, studied accounting at Bryant and Stratton Business School in Boston and served with the Army during WWII. He worked for George J. Dorfman accounting firm in New York and later was secretary and treasurer of the B. Williams DeLia Construction Co., also in New York. Most recently he was consulting accountant for Pearl Leather and Finishing Co., of Johnstown, N.Y. He was a member of Sacred Heart Church. Survivors include his wife, Esther (Dobey) Garback, whom he married in 1943; two daughters, Karen Garback and Kim Garback Diaz; three brothers; a sister; a granddaughter; nieces and nephews.