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, 88, of Montpelier, died March 31. Born in 1910 in Berlin, she was the daughter of Daniel and Nellie (Gregory) Sallies. She graduated from Montpelier Seminary and from Lyndon Normal School. In 1954, she married Gerald L. Roberts. She was a teacher for 28 years, teaching in East Montpelier, Calais, Pomfret, North Hartland, Springfield and Montpelier. She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church. Survivors include a daughter, Marilyn Morey; two sons, Earl and Gerald Jr.; 19 grandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren; one cousin.
, 69, of Montpelier, died March 30. Born in 1929 in Middletown, N.Y., she was the daughter of George and Pearl Fountaine. She attended St. Michael's Elementary School and St. Michael's High School. In 1948, she married Franklin Magoon, who died in 1976. She was employed by the Vermont National Bank in Montpelier, retiring in 1987. She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church. Survivors include nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 80, of East Barre, died March 20. Born in 1917 in Santander, Spain, he was the son of Florindo and Ramalda (Maza) Teja. His family moved to East Barre when he was three. He attended the East Barre Elementary School and graduated from Spaulding High School. He joined the Army National Guard, serving for 22 years. In 1945, he married Bonnie Babcock. Survivors include his wife; three sons, Edward, Jim and Dan; seven grandchildren; four sisters; many nieces and nephews.
, 83, of East Hardwick, died April 8. Born in 1914 in Stoughton, Mass., she was the daughter of Herbert and June (Sullivan) Morse. She graduated from Brockton (Mass.) High School. Her husband, Francis Tracy, died in 1959. Survivors include her son, Peter; a step-daughter Mary Morse; three brothers; a grandson; a niece; a great-niece and a great-nephew.
, 85, of Montpelier, died April 6. Born in 1912 in Montpelier, he was the son of John Paige and Laura Livington (Ropes) Adams. He was educated in Montpelier schools. In 1936, he married Alice Hawes Barker, who predeceased him. He was a member of Christ Church (Episcopal). He was employed at Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Co., retiring in 1982. He served in the Army during WWII. Survivors include three sons, William, Stephen and James; a twin sister; six grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.
, 89, of East Montpelier, died April 6. Born in 1908 in Bolton, he was the son of Clarence and Edith (Damon) Straw. He graduated from Waitsfield High School. In 1938, he married Phyllis Brown. They had lived in New Hampshire and New York, before moving to East Montpelier in 1984. He worked for the Food, Machinery and Chemical Corp. as a developer and salesman. At age 77, he began writing essays, many of which were published. Survivors include his wife; a son, Charles; a daughter, Deborah Straw; two grandsons; six great-grandchildren; three brothers; a sister; many nieces and nephews.
, 83, of Bethel, died April 5. Born in 1914 in West Berlin (Vt.), she was the daughter of Frederick and Sadie (Brown) Lacaillade. She received her early education in East Montpelier and graduated from Montpelier Seminary. She worked at VanRaalte Co. in Randolph and later as a nurse's aide at Gifford Memorial Hospital. She retired in 1977. In 1937, she married Arthur Paul Mack, who died in 1996. Survivors include a son, Vernon; three daughters, Janice Brown, Carolyn Clark and Deanna Young; a brother; 10 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren.
, 84, of Montpelier, died March 31. Born in 1913 in Cortland, N.Y., he was the son of Harold and Ada Stone Gillette. He graduated from Albany (N.Y.) Academy and earned a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He joined the Rock of Ages and later became president and chairman. He was chairman of the board of National Life Insurance Co. and also served on the board of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston, Amonskeag Company, United Mutual Fire Insurance, Central Vermont Railway, Garden Way Inc., and others. Survivors include his wife, Jane (French) Gillette; a daughter, Deborah Gillette Law; a son, Edward; two grandchildren; a sister; two nephews.
, 72, formerly of Barre, died April 5. He was born in Piopolis, Quebec and graduated from Spaulding High School. He worked at Rouleau Granite Co. In 1970, he moved to Springfield, Mass., and was a mechanic in the engineering department at Baystate Medical Center. He retired in 1994. He was a communicant of Our Lady of Hope Church in Springfield. Survivors include his wife, Rejeanne (Duquette) Dubuc; a son, Donald; a daughter, AnneMarie Blake; a sister; five grandchildren.
, 71, of Northfield, died April 5. Born in 1926 in Norwich, she was the daughter of Jesse and Florence (Lurvey) Gray. She attended schools in Norwich. She was employed at the Goodyear Rubber Co. in Windsor and later at Arbor acres Farms Inc. in Glastonbury, Conn. In 1942, she married Clifford Pixley Sr., who died in 1997. They had lived in Conn., moving to Northfield in 1986. She was disabled and lived with her daughter and family in China, Maine, until a month ago. Survivors include a daughter, Sandra Lee Cowling; three sons, Clifford Jr., David and Douglas; two sisters; 19 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
, 92, of Williamstown, died April 4. Born in 1906 in Williamstown, she was the daughter of Jules Joseph and Florence (Hemingway) Alexander. Her husband, Robert Fulton Reed III, died in 1991. She was a homemaker. Survivors include a daughter, Mabel Park; two brothers; three sisters; six grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; a great-great-granddaughter.
, 71, of Barre, died April 3. Born in 1927, she was the daughter of John and Edith Eastman. She graduated from Spaulding High School. In 1948, she married John Nolli, who died in 1970. Survivors include a son, Robert; a daughter Valerie Nolli; four grandsons; a great-granddaughter; a brother; nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 77, of Waterbury Center, died April 10. Born in 1920 in Newark, he was the son of Lawrence and Hattie (Daegnault) Amadon. He attended schools in Cabot and served with the Army during WWII. In 1940, he married Eldora Burnor. He was employed at Mad River Glen Ski Area and then established Amadon's Engine Repair, which he operated until his death. Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Sally Buck; five grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; a sister; nieces and nephews.
, 102, of Riverton, died April 11. Born in 1896 in Moretown, she was the daughter of Frank and Linda (Shontell) Machia. She attended schools in Moretown and Orange. In 1918, she married Fred L. Jewett, who died in 1977. She had worked on the family farm with her husband. She was a member of St. John the Evangelist Church of Northfield. Survivors include two sons, Lewis and Kenneth; one daughter, Dorothy Maloney; a brother; a sister; 11 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; several nieces and nephews.
, 77, of Hardwick, died April 11. Born in 1921 in Coaticook, Quebec, he was the son of Joseph and Rosilda (Jutras) Cloutier. In 1942, he married Lucille Boyer. He had been employed at the Pearson Body Shop and later was employed at Barcomb Motors from which he retired. He was a communicant of St. Norbert's Church. Survivors include his wife; three son, John, Claude and Lucien; two daughters, Ginette Demers and Huggette Bolio; 13 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; four brothers and three sisters.
, 69, of Williamstown, died April 10. Born in 1929 in Little Ferry, N.J., she was the daughter of Joseph and Charlotte (Kleber) Melber. She graduated from Immaculate Conception High School in Hackensack, N.J. In 1949, she married Alfred Moshinskie, who died in 1985. They had moved to Plainfield in 1967. She was a bookkeeper for her husband's landscaping business and also worked as a waitress. She had also worked with her husband on the family farm and for the last 20 years, had been a home care provider. She was a member of St. Edward's Church in Williamstown. Survivors include a daughter, Elizabeth Bottiggi; two sons, Andrew and Robert; six grandchildren.
, 77, of Montpelier, died April 14. Born in 1921 in Montpelier, he was the son of Patrick and Emma (Aker) McInerney. He received his early education at St. Michael's Grade School and graduated from St. Michael's High School. He had served with the Army during WWII. In 1950, he married Rita Morissette. He was employed as a lineman at Green Mountain Power Corp., retiring in 1978. He was a member of St. Augustine Church. Survivors include his wife; a sister, Margaret Sawyer; nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 89, of Williamstown, died April 12. Born in 1909 in Manchester, N.H., she was the daughter of Clifford and Caroline (Celley) Averill. She attended schools in Manchester. In 1932, she married Harry B. Ashe, who died in 1988. She was employed as a secretary for Rock of Ages Corp. in Graniteville. She was a member of the United Federated Church in Williamstown. Survivors include a son, William Ashe; two daughters, Carol Fumagalli and Donalyn McKee; 12 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
, 86, of Barre, died April 16. Born in 1911, she was the daughter of Harry and Eva (Newell) Emery. She graduated from McIndoe Academy in McIndoe Falls and Lyndon Normal School with a degree in education. She taught in the Barre City school system, retiring in 1977. In 1952, she married Richard Morrisseau, who died in 1978. She had attended the Methodist Church in Monroe, N.H. Survivors include two sisters, Joyce (Mrs. Paul) Herman and Pauline (Mrs. Remo) Gandin; nieces and nephews.
, 67, of Calais, died April 16. Born in 1930 in Woodbury, she was the daughter of Carl and Gladys (Bador) Fair. She attended Woodbury public schools and graduated from Hardwick Academy and from the Harper School of Cosmetology in Rochester, N.H. In 1953, she married William Steel, who died in 1996. She had worked at the former North Montpelier Woolen Mill and later at Sprague Electric in Barre. She was a member of Woodbury United Methodist Church. Survivors include a son, Richard; a daughter, Cynthia Gallas; three grandchildren; three sisters; an aunt; nieces and nephews.