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, 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.
, 62, of Plainfield, died June 18. Born in 1934 in Troy, he was the son of Glen and Marion (Flint) Metcalf. He graduated from Plainfield High School and the Vermont Agricultural School in Randolph and Lyndon Teachers College. In 1969, he married Nancy Orton. He was first employed as a lab technician in Boston and later worked in the granite industry until his retirement. He was a member of Grace United Methodist Church. He lived with Melinda Vieux of Plainfield. Survivors include a daughter, Jennifer Chaloux; a son, Douglas; two grandchildren; two sisters; two brothers; nieces and nephews.
, 101, of Montpelier, died June 17. Born in 1895 in Rochester, N.Y., she was the daughter of Horace and Eliza (Dunbar) Cole. She graduated from Rochester High School. In 1916, she married Leon Curtis, who died in 1973. She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church. A son, Kenneth, is deceased.
, 88, of Marshfield, died June 5. Born in Cookshire, Quebec, he was the son of Joseph and Annie (Matthew) Lowry. He came to Vermont as a young boy and spent most of his life farming and logging with draft horses. He also bred registered Belgian draft horses, managed a flock of 50 sheep and raised hogs, poultry, goats, dogs and cats. His first wife, Bertha Humphrey Lowry is deceased. Survivors include his wife, Ruth (Agar) Lowry; four daughters, Natalie Beaton, Linda Lou Lowry, Dawn Lowry and Robin Clements; a granddaughter and a grandson.
, 81, of Tunbridge, died June 18. Born in 1916 in Kirby, she was the daughter of Earl and Adelaide (Bennett) Hodgdon. She attended schools in Kirby and East Burke. In 1951, she married Warren Whitney, who died in 1996. She had worked at the Forrest Poultry Outlet in South Royalton and retired from HEB Manufacturing Co. in Chelsea. She had also worked as a domestic in the central Vermont area. She is survived by several nieces and nephews.
, 66, of East Montpelier, died June 15. Born in 1931 in Barre, she was the daughter of Roy G. and Marion (Martin) Lilley. She received her early education in Calais and graduated from Plainfield High School. In 1950, she married Robert Thomas. She worked in various departments for the state of Vermont, and was most recently employed by International Coins and Currency. Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Deborah (Mrs. Normand) Desrochers and Trudy Thomas; a son, Martin; nine grandchildren; two brothers; two sisters; nieces and nephews.
, 75, of Hardwick, died June 13. Born in 1922 in Hardwick, he was the son of Arthur and Alma (Bedard) Hill. He attended Hardwick public schools. He served with the Army during WWII. After the war, he returned to Hardwick where he owned and operated Hill's Taxi Service. In 1949, he married Lorraine Fournier. They moved to California, where he worked for McDonnell Douglas Aircraft Co. They returned to Hardwick in the early 1960s, where he and his wife owned and operated Hill's Diner and later Hill's Men and Boys Shop. He retired in 1979. He was a member of St. Norbert's Catholic Church. Survivors include; his wife; two sons, James and Robert; his mother; six grandchildren; two sisters; several nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 93, of Montpelier, died June 13. Born in 1903 in Charlemont, MA, she was the daughter of James and Julia (Estey) Ellis. She was educated in Amherst, MA. In 1925, she married Raymond L. Porter, who died in 1976. She was a member of Bethany United Church of Christ. Survivors include a son, Leonard; five grandchildren.
, 84, of Northfield, died June 12. Born in 1913 in Windsor, she was the daughter of Herbert and Mary (Webster) Freeman. She graduated from Northfield High School and later attended the former Montpelier Seminary and was employed as a nurse at Gifford Memorial Hospital. She retired in the mid-1960s. In 1933, she married Clayton Carr, who died in 1960. In 1963, she married E. Lloyd Parry, who died in 1965. She was a member of the United Methodist Church of Northfield. Survivors include a sons, Aaron Carr; two daughters, Ruth Ann Marshall and Cheryl (Mrs. Warner) White; nine grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
, 78, of Walden, died June 16. Born in 1918 in Manitoba, Canada, he was the son of Stanley Victor and Gertrude (Sage) Kelly. He served with the U.S. Coast Guard during WWII. He and his wife, Dorothy Runde Kelly, moved to Walden in 1981, following retirement from the employment with the City of Milford, Conn. Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Kathleen Karen Coderre; a sister; three grandchildren; six great-grandchildren.
, 75, of Moretown, died June 17. Born in 1922 in Attleboro, Mass., he was the son of Harry and Jessie (Holden) Holland. He served with the Army during WWII. In 1946, he married Genevieve Santor. He was employed by St. Francis R.S. Inc. in Attleboro (Mass.), retiring in 1985 and moving to Moretown. He was a member of St. Augustine Church. Survivors include his wife; a son, Wayne; a daughter, Rose Marie Santagata; four grandchildren; two sisters; a brother; several nieces and nephews.
, 91, formerly of Montpelier, died June 10. Born in 1905 in Montpelier, she was the daughter of Herbert and Sadie (Dawson) Shores. She graduated from Spaulding High School. Her husband, Alden, died in 1985. She was a member of Grace United Methodist Church in St. Johnsbury. Survivors include five children, Lois Prescott, Francis Chamberlin, Kenneth Chamberlin, Stanley Chamberlin and Marilla Elder; 15 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Her first husband, Dale Chamberlin is deceased.
, 81, of Randolph, died July 2. Born in 1916 in East Randolph, he was the son of Frank and Florence (Terry) Howard. He was educated in Braintree and Randolph schools. In 1938, he married Beatrice M. Bowen, who died in 1990. He worked for College View Dairy in Northfield, Tewksbury Power Co. in Windsor and E.I. Claflin and Sons. He also worked for Sprague Dairy and at RodCo and Miller Ready Mix Concrete, both in Randolph. Survivors include a son, Ronald; two granddaughters; two great-grandchildren; a brother; nieces and nephews.
, 47, of Plainfield, died June 25. Born in 1950 in New Haven, Ct., he was the son of William and Marie (Cahill) Cappetta. He lived in Hamden, Conn., before moving to Vermont. He graduated from Quinnipiac College in Connecticut as a certified physician's assistant. He worked for Central Vermont Hospital. Survivors include his wife, Lorraine Wasilewski Cappetta; his mother; one brother.
, 92, formerly of Rochester, N.H., died June 20. Mr. Allen made his home with a niece, Ann Lindner in Waterbury Center, prior to admission to Woodridge Nursing Home. Survivors include a sister, Mildred Allen; a brother, Kenneth Allen; seven nieces and a nephew.