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, 78, of Montpelier, died Nov.18.Born in 1920 in Montpelier, he was the son of Julian and Perfecta (Acebo) Aja.His family moved to back to Santander, Spain when he was young and he received his education there.He later returned to the United States and continued his education at Columbia University.He served with the Navy during WWII.In 1949, he married Florence Brousseau.He was a designer for the State of Vermont Highway Department, retiring in 1985.He was a member of St.Augustines Church.Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Linda Sands; Mary Jennings; seven grandchildren; a sister; a brother; nieces and nephews.
, 82, of Chelsea, died Nov.21.Born in 1916 in Chelsea, he was the son of Dean and Margaret (Comstock) Gilman.He was educated in Chelsea schools and graduated from Chelsea High School and the Vermont School of Agriculture in Randolph Center.In 1945, he married Norma Gates, who died in 1997.They purchased the family farm in Chelsea, which they sold in 1987.He served in the Army during WWII.He held many positions with local government, among them town auditor for 46 years.Survivors include six sisters, Etta Goodwin, Winifred Gilman, Nancy Hoyt, Doris Daszkiewics, Barbara Swanwick and Judith Reneau; nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews.
, 50, of Barre Town, died Nov.22.Born in 1948 in Newton, Mass., she was the daughter of John and Amy (Franks) Thompson.She attended Boston Conservatory of Music and graduated from the Katherine Gibbs School in Boston.In 1969, she married Gerald Osterman.They moved to Barre in 1983 and she worked as a secretary for the Family Court and District Court in Barre.Survivors include her husband; a son, Derek; a daughter, Leslie Osterman; a brother; uncles, aunts, nieces and nephews.
, 84, formerly of Barre and more recently of Chicopee, Mass., died Nov.22.Born in 1913 in Plainfield, he was the son of Charles and Adeline (Fuller) Hendry.He attended schools in Williamstown and in 1934, married Oreetha H.Bresett, who died in 1994.He worked at Central Vermont Railroad and in 1944, moved to Chicopee, Mass., where he worked for Fisk Rubber Co.and Uni-Royal Corp., retiring in 1978.He was a member of St.Patrick's Catholic Church in Chicopee.Survivors include a son, Robert; a daughter, Patricia Zagula; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
, 66, of Montpelier, died Nov.21.Born in 1932 in Barre, she was the daughter of Joseph and Dorothy (Dudevoir) Little.In 1950, she married Ernest Tetreault.She worked in the food service department at U-32 High School and was a member of St.Augustine's Church in Montpelier.Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Sandra Mostofizadeh and Debora Tetreault; two sons, Michael and Douglas; four sisters; a brother; several nieces and nephews.
, 16, of Washington, died Nov.21.Born in 1982 in Lebanon, N.H., he was the son of Ronald and Janice (Thompson) Bellimer Sr.He had lived several years in Washington with his foster parents, Paul and Mary Morrison.He attended schools in Brookhaven Homes for Boys in Chelsea, Websterville Baptist Christian School and Spaulding High School.He was member of the Washington Baptist Church youth group and Junior ROTC at Spaulding High School.Survivors include his mother and stepfather, Janice and Franklin George; another step-father, Lawrence Bergeron; two grandmothers, Tessa Nichols and Barbara Nichols; two brothers, Lawrence Bergeron Jr.and Ronald Bellimer Jr.; a sister, Laurie Nichols; a foster sister, Jeannie LaPerle; three foster brothers, Larry, Stephen and Daniel Morrison.
, 88, of Middlesex, died Nov.23.Born in 1910 in Lyndonville, he was the son of Henry Whitney and Mabel (Perkins) Cowles.He was educated in Montpelier High School and art schools in Maine.He was an accomplished artist and served with the Army Air Corps during WWII.He worked for the state as an engineer for the highway design division, retiring after 39 years.Survivors include several nieces and nephews.
, 92, of Marshfield, died Nov.24.Born in 1906 in Marshfield, he was the son of Perley and Edna (Gray) Goslant.He attended schools in Marshfield.In 1928, he married Leah Harrington, who died in 1995.He had worked in the logging and construction business and was longtime road foreman for the town of Plainfield and Plainfield Town Constable.He was a member of the Plainfield Volunteer Fire Department.Survivors include a daughter, Joyce Clark; two sons, Russell and Basil; 12 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; 10 great-great-grandchildren; a brother; a half-brother; several nieces and nephews.
, 86, of Montpelier, died Nov.25.Born in 1912 in Toronto, Canada, she was the daughter of Dr.Paul Lindsay and Mary (Wilson) Scott.She was educated in Toronto and graduated from the Victoria College of the University of Toronto, earning a master's degree in chemistry.In 1938, she married John James Russell, who died in 1970.She moved to Montpelier in 1994.Survivors include a daughter, Mary Russell Drake; two sons, William and Alan; a brother; seven grandchildren; six great-grandchildren.
, 85, of Northfield, died Nov.25.Born in South Northfield, she was the daughter of George and Ethel (Cofrin) Bailey.She attended Northfield schools and married Homer Ethan Allan in 1931, who died in 1987.She worked as a cook at a fraternity house at Norwich University.She had worked at the George Kingston Furniture Store in Northfield and Gray's Department Store in Montpelier, before retiring.Survivors include two daughters, Judith (Mrs.David) Farr and Nancy (Mrs.Douglas) Monmaney; a sister; five grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
, 46, of Montpelier, died Nov.23.Born in 1952 in Montpelier, she was the daughter of Marcel and Lenore (Relation) Blouin.She attended St.Michael's Graded Schools and graduated from Montpelier High School.She had worked for Allen Lumber and more recently for the Vermont Housing & Conservation Board in Montpelier.Survivors include her mother; her sisters, Joanne Marcelle, Ellin Perry, Mary Kay Blouin; her brother, Richard; nieces and nephews; many aunts, uncles and cousins.
, 95, of Barre, died Nov.24.Born in 1903 in Schenectady, N.Y., she was the daughter of Joseph and Magdalena (Yaeger) Kern.In 1921, she married Hersel Geary, who died in 1963.She had lived in N.Y.and Florida and moved to Barre in 1997.Survivors include a daughter, Shirley Kerwin; three granddaughters; six great-grandchildren.
, 84, of Craftsbury, died Nov.23.Born in 1913 in Craftsbury, she was the daughter of Clarence and Jennie (Webster) Lowell.She graduated from Craftsbury Academy.In 1935, she married William Denton, who died in 1985.They operated a dairy farm in Craftsbury until 1962, when they moved to North Wolcott.Survivors include a son, William; a daughter, Jeraldine (Jerry) Phelps; six grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren.
, 53, of East Montpelier, died Nov.27.Born in 1945 in Montpelier, she was the daughter of Raymond and Una (Clark) Trepto.She attended schools in Montpelier and graduated from Montpelier High School.In 1964, she married John Graves.Survivors include a daughter, Darci Graves; two sons, Brian and Scott; her mother; two sisters; a brother; three grandchildren.
, 70, of Plainfield, died Nov.23.Born in 1928 in St.Johnsbury, she was the daughter of Rosario and Blanche (Gregoire) Beaucage.She owned and operated Suburban Grocery on Berlin Street in Montpelier for many years.She retired due to ill health and moved to Plainfield.Survivors include her husband, Clarence Cayia; a son, David; a daughter, Sandra Cayia; three sisters; two brothers; several nieces and nephews.
, Sr., 49, of Chelsea, died Dec.5.Born in 1949 in Bellows Falls, he was the son of Merwin and Helen (Curtis) Collidge.He attended schools in Proctorsville and Chester High School and later received his GED.He had worked for the railroad in Vermont, was manager of a gas station in Windsor and later a cook in Fairlee and at Our Place Restaurant in Ludlow.He also worked for the R&R Getty Station in Williamstown, retiring due to ill health.In 1985, he married Polly J.Sanborn.Survivors include his wife; a son, Merwin James Jr.; two daughters, Sandra and Jessica Dougherty; his mother and step-father, Donald and Helen; his foster mother, Betty Gleason; seven brothers; seven sisters; six grandchildren; nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.
, 76, formerly of Barre, died Nov.30.He was born in Barre in 1922, the son of Jack and Ruth (McIntosh) Anderson.He attended Barre City schools and Spaulding High School.He joined the National Guard and served in active duty during WWII.After discharge he worked in the family trucking business and for J&S Trucking, Clark's Transferring Inc.and Dante Mori.He worked for Consolidated Memorials in Barre, retiring in 1984.He moved to Florida in 1988.In 1945, he married Rosa Gomez.Survivors include his wife; three children, Judy Abascal, David Anderson and Barbara Chaloux; six grandchildren; twin great-grandsons; two brothers; many nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 85, formerly of Barre, died Nov.27.Born in 1913 in Barre, she was the daughter of Calixte and Emma (Desilets) Simoneau.She attended the Garneau Academy in Montreal, the Brook Street School and Spaulding High School.In 1936, she married Andrew Mazzini, who died in 1974.She was a member of St.Monica Church.Survivors include a son, Carl; a daughter, Andrea L.(Mazzini) Gallagher; three grandchildren; nieces, nephews and several cousins.
, 60, of Northfield, died Nov.30.Born in 1938 in Worcester, Mass., she was the daughter of Wendell and Hester (Russell) Gage.She attended Northfield schools and graduated from Northfield High School and from the University of Vermont.She taught school in Shelburne.In 1959, she married James Pedley.They owned and operated Lemery's Store in Northfield.Survivors include her husband; her mother; three sons, Jeffrey, Andrew and Derek; a daughter, Lori Buchanan; a brother; a sister; two grandchildren; several nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles.