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, 72, formerly of Northfield, died April 28.She was born in Northfield.In 1948, she married Wayne Clifton.They moved to Southport, Fla.in 1995.She was a homemaker.Survivors include her husband; two sons, Ronald and David; a brother; two sisters; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren.
, 65, of Randolph, died May 12.Born in 1933 in Bellows Falls, he was the son of Rudolf and Stella (Abbey) Winot.He received his early education at the Peth School in Braintree and graduated from Randolph High School.He served in the Air Force both during the Korean and Vietnam wars.After retirement from the military, he worked at Vermont Technical College in Randolph Center and at Waterbury Company in Randolph.He also worked at Ethan Allen Furniture Co.in Randolph.In 1953, he married Elsie Morey; in 1980, he married Linda Pierce.Survivors include his wife; two sons, Dennis and Danny; a daughter, Cindy Wood; three grandchildren; a sister; a brother.
, 44, formerly of Barre, died May 14.Born in 1953 in Hardwick, she was the daughter of Charles and Helen (Huntington) Frenette.She attended St.Monica School, graduated from Spaulding High School and received a bachelor's degree from Keene State College.She was a registered nurse at Radiation Therapy Associates in Bakersfield, Calif., where she resided.Survivors include two sisters, Jacqueline Lamphere and Karen Broemmer; three brothers, Jean Frenette, Daniel Frenette and David Frenette; nieces and nephews.
, 95, of Williamstown, died May 10.Born in 1902 in Danvers, Mass., she was the daughter of Ransom and Josie (Coffrin) Newcomb.She attended schools in Williamstown.In earlier years, she had been a waitress.In 1952, she married Joseph N.Converse.She was affiliated with the Williamstown United Federated Church.Survivors include her husband; a daughter, Josie McQueen; three grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; 14 great-great-grandchildren; a sister.
, 84, of Waterbury, died May 11.Born in 1913 in Craftsbury, she was the daughter of William and Jesse (Johnson) Ryan.She graduated from Craftsbury Academy, Lyndon State College, Johnson Normal School and earned a degree in education from the University of Vermont.In 1959, she married George Howland.She taught school in Craftsbury and later opened a kindergarten program at her home in Waterbury.She retired from teaching kindergarten at Waterbury Elementary School in 1983.She was a member of St.Andrew's Church.Survivors include three stepsons, Wayne, Warren and Paul; several step-grandchildren; step-great-grandchildren and step-great-great-grandchildren; a sister; nieces and nephews.
, 52, of Chelsea, died May 9.Born in 1945 in New York City, he was the son of Francis and Florence Nielsen.He graduated from Oberlin College with a degree in drama and received a master's degree in communications from State University of New York at Albany.He performed and directed drama productions in central Vermont, sang with the Handel Society of Dartmouth College and English at Oxbow High School.Survivors include his wife, Marianne Signorino; two daughters, Kari Nielson and Allegra Signorino; his mother; two brothers; six nieces and two nephews.
, 93, of Groton, died May 12.Born in 1905 in Groton, she was the daughter of Charles and Etta (Wilds) Lord.She grew up in Island Pond, St.Johnsbury and Groton.She graduated from St.Johnsbury Academy and Lyndon Normal School and taught school in Barnet and East Barnet for 12 years.She also taught grade school in Groton.In 1933, she married Henry Goodine, who died in 1973.They owned and operated Henry's Diner from the early 1950s until retirement in 1978.Survivors include a son, Allen; two grandchildren.
, 77, of Barre, died May 14.Born in 1921 in Williamstown, she was the daughter of Hubert and Lena (Decoteau) Croteau.She graduated from Plainfield High School.In 1940, she married Harold R.Poulin, who died in 1972.In 1973, she married Ralph Tucker, who died in 1982.She was employed as a clerk and operator by the New England Telephone Co.and worked part-time since 1989, at the Capital City Press in Barre.Survivors include her son, James Poulin; her daughter, Judith Thomas; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; a longtime companion, Cliff Killam; six sisters; many nieces and nephews.
, 62, of Milton, formerly of Bethel, died May 14.Born in 1936 in Bethel, he was the son of Wilton and Dorothy (LaRock) Ford.In 1956, he married Caroline Manning.He worked with Maynard Auto Parts Company.Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Terry Francis and Penny Kehaya; two brothers; four grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
, 94, formerly of Calais, died April 23.Born in 1904 in Groton, Conn., he graduated from Exeter Academy and Yale University and later attended the University of Dijon in France.He taught French at the Hotchkiss School in Conn.and served as a foreign service officer by the U.S.State Department in 1928.He was acting consul general in Istanbul before WWII and retired in 1954 as first secretary of the embassy in Ankara, Turkey.After retirement, he earned a doctorate in Middle Eastern studies from Princeton University and began a second career as a professor.He taught at the University of Utah, Southern University of Memphis, Tenn., and Nathaniel Hawthorne College in Antrim, N.H.He received a Fulbright Scholarship to do research in Turkey and compiled oral histories of civilian and military advisers in Ataturk (Mustafa Kemal) for Columbia University.Survivors include his wife, Rebecca Latimer; two sons, Douglas Latimer and John Latimer; a sisters; five grandchildren.
, 89, of Montpelier, died May 13.Born in 1908 in Barre, he was the son of Frank and Josephine (Chiaravalli) Caslani.He graduated from Spaulding High School and attended Burlington Business College.He had been a painting and wallpapering contractor in Barre and Montpelier area for many years.In 1931, he married Lilly Tortorelli.Survivors include his wife; a sister-in-law; two nieces; grandnieces and grandnephews.
, 79, of Graniteville died May 13.Born in 1918 in Graniteville, she was the daughter of Angus and Jane (Donald) MacLeod.She graduated from Williamstown High School.In 1938, she married Gayland Dickinson, who died in 1981.They had lived in East Brookfield and Williamstown, moved to R.I.in 1956 and back to Williamstown in 1974.She moved to Quarry Hill Apartments in Graniteville in 1983.She was employed as a nurses aide.She was a member of the East Brookfield Congregational Church.Survivors include a daughter, Helen Duke; three sons, Allen, Paul and Fred; 11 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; a sister; a niece and a nephew.
, 95, formerly of Montpelier, died May 13.Born in 1903 in Montpelier, she was the daughter of George and Minnie (Higgins) Blanchard.She was a graduate of Bouve Boston School of Physical Education and Middlebury College.She was an assistant professor of physical education at the University of Vermont.In 1934, she married John Boyden Carpenter, who died in 1956.Survivors include two daughters, Leslie Weiger and Sara Smith; six grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
, 70, of Worcester, died May 16.Born in 1928 in Hattiesburg, MS, he was the son of Newton and Beulah Phillips Lee Sr.He was educated in Sumrall, MS schools.He moved to Vermont in 1947.In 1949, he married Florence Dodge.They lived in Mississippi and Texas, returing to Vermont in 1959.He was a retired, self-employed heavy equipment operator working for several central Vermont construction companies.He had also worked for the State Equipment Co.in Montpelier.He was a member of the Methodist Church.Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Donna Saltsman and Cheryl Richardson; four sons, Harry, James, Richard and Michael; 12 grandchildren; a great-grandchild; three sisters; a brother.
, 93, of Montpelier, died May 16.Born in 1905 in Calais, he was the son of Levi and Idress (Connor) Ainsworth.He attended schools in Calais and Montpelier.He retired in 1969 after 30 years at Marvin-Cooley Dairy.In 1940, he married Adeline LaMoy, who died in 1992.He was a member of St.Augustine Church.Survivors include a grandson, Jeffrey Parker; a granddaughter, Karen Parker; a son-in-law.
, 75, of Lower Websterville, died May 14.Born in 1922 in Northfield, he was the son of Howard and Mildred (Adams) Austin.He attended schools in Northfield and served with the Army during WWII and the Korean War.In 1946, he married Clyde Greene.He was a mechanic for Carle and Seaver Co.in Barre and worked for the Barre City Water Department, retiring in 1985.Survivors include his wife; a son, Eugene; a grandson; a great-grandson; a brother; a sister; nieces and nephews.
, 77, of Barre, died May 14.She was married in 1940 to Harold R.Poulin, who died in 1972.In 1973, she married Ralph Tucker, who died in 1982.Survivors include her son, James Poulin; her daughter, Judith P.Thomas; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; step-daughter, Tehani Tucker; a longtime companion, Cliff Killam; six sisters; many nieces and nephews.
, 80, formerly of Montpelier, died May 15.Born in 1917 in Montpelier, she was the daughter of Walter and Catherine (Campbell) Scanlan.She received her education in Washington D.C.She attended LaSalle Junior College.She attended the Pittsfield Federated Church.In 1923, she married John Fellows.She had lived in Middletown Springs since 1989.Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Joanne Fredette and Cinthia Rhoades; two sons, John Jr.and Thomas; nine grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
, 73, Montpelier, died May 17.Born in 1925 in Winooski, she was the daughter of Wilfred and Celina (Simard) Gamelin.She attended schools in Colchester and worked at the Champlain Woolen Mills in Winooski and later as a housekeeper in the Burlington area.Survivors include a sister, Helen Nolin; two brothers, Albert and Edmond Gamelin; nieces, nephews and cousins.