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, 22, of Craftsbury, died Jan. 25. Born in 1976 in Attleboro, Mass., she graduated from Lamoille Union High School. She owned and operated a T-shirt shop in Johnson. Survivors include her mother, Catherine Issler; her grandmother, Cecilia Carignan; her fiance, John Premo and his son, Michael; two aunts.
, 80, of Waterbury Center, died Feb. 7. Born in 1918 in St. Albans, she was the daughter of Joseph and Eva (Giroux) Metayer. In 1955, she married Richard Orfield, who died in 1995. She worked as a cook and housekeeper in local homes. She also worked at Stoware in Stowe, Cellucord in Richmond and Goodyear in Windsor. She was a member of St. Andrew's Catholic Church in Waterbury. Survivors include her son, Donald; a daughter, Barbara Kingsbury; four grandchildren; two brothers; one sister; nieces and nephews.
, 76, of East Montpelier, died Feb. 7. Born in 1922 in East Boston, Mass., she was the daughter of Elton Ray and Esther Patten (Smith) Beal. She graduated from Burlington High School and from the University of Vermont. She served in the Women's Army Corps and the Army Reserves, retiring with the rank of captain. Survivors include a sister, Barbara (Beal) Green.
, 84, of Middlesex, died Feb. 9. Born in 1914 in Summit, N.J., he was the son of Albert and Mary Trengrove. He lived in N.J. for 83 years before moving to Vermont. In 1948, he married Mary Alyce Trengrove, who died in 1989. He worked for the Summit Board of Recreation for more than 45 years. Survivors include a son, Edward; a daughter, Maribeth (Mrs. Harold) Domanski; a brother; two sisters; four grandchildren; cousins; nieces and nephews.
, 82, of Stowe-Morrisville, died Feb. 5. Born in 1916 in Morristown, she was the daughter of Eli and Olive (Flanders) Fisk. In 1939, she married Donald Senna, who died in 1995. Survivors include two daughters, Mary Morey and Joan Perry; a son, James; a sister; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren.
, infant daughter of Christopher and Toni (Bussiere) Lagerstedt, died recently. Survivors include her parents; paternal grandparents, Richard and Lezley Lagerstedt; maternal grandparents, Ruby and Albert Bussiere; paternal great-grandparents, Richard and Ruth Lagerstedt and Grant and Carter Holt; paternal great-great-grandparents, Mary (Mrs. John) Sillen and Frank Lagerstedt; many cousins, aunts and uncles.
, 78, of East Barre, died Feb. 7. Born in 1920 in Pittsburg, N.H., she was the daughter of George and Cecelia (Parent) McLaughlin. She attended Trow Hill School and graduated from Spaulding High School. In 1942, she married Lenwood Howlett, who died in 1982. She was an executive secretary for the Insurance Service Office in Concord, N.H. She moved to Barre in 1983. Survivors include two sisters, Wilma Corti and Mona Booe; a brother, John "Jack" McLaughlin; nieces and nephews.
, 73, of Barre, died Feb. 11. Born in 1925 in Hardwick, he was the son of Davila and Elodie (Patoine) Brochu. He attended schools in Hardwick. In 1946, he married Edmee Fontaine, who died in 1973. In 1979, he married Florence Grenier. He was a farmer and later worked in powerline construction. He also had been employed by des Groseilliers Funeral Home in Hardwick and as a night watchman at National Life. After retiring, he worked delivering papers for the Times Argus. He was a member of St. Monica's Church. Survivors include his wife; a son, Edward Jr.; five daughters, Jocelyne Brochu, Suzanne Brochu, Louise Cyr, Lydia Batten and Lina Wheeler; two stepsons, Daniel Grenier and Richard Grenier; two step-daughters, Sylvia Farnham and Linda Wadkin; six sisters; four brothers; 19 grandchildren; nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 80, of Berlin, died Feb. 8. Born in 1918 in Randolph, he was the son of Alpha and Eva (Moulton) Goodell. He had lived at Berlin Health and Rehab Center since 1977. Survivors include a sister, Alice (Mrs. Stewart) Carey; a brother, Alfred.
, 88, of Montpelier, died Feb. 10. Born in 1910 in Peru, N.Y., she was the daughter of George and Pearl (Kellogg) Thomas. She attended schools in Middlesex and Montpelier Seminary, completing her GED and taking dietician courses at the University of Vermont. She was a dietician at the Mayo Memorial Hospital in Northfield, retiring in 1974. She later was an aide. In 1942, she married Nerio Guazzoni. Survivors include her husband; three sons, Kenneth, Robert and Thomas; two daughters, Angelina Newell and Mildred Bignell; 14 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren; three brothers; one sister; nieces and nephews.
, 102, formerly of Montpelier, died Feb. 10. She was born in 1896 in Montpelier and graduated from Montpelier Seminary. She lived in Newton, Mass. at the time of her death. Survivors include a daughter, Elizabeth Logan; two grandchildren; five great-grandchildren.
, 95, of Barre, died Feb. 6. Born in 1903 in Marlboro, N.H., she was the daughter of Frank and Ora (LaMere) Jacques. She attended grade schools in New Hampshire and Massachusetts and graduated from high school in New Jersey. In 1923, she married Milo Miner, who died in 1958. In 1968, she married John Corrigan, who died in 1975. She was a telephone operator in Newton Center, Mass. Memberships included St. Monica's Church. Survivors include nieces and nephews.
, 66, of Williamstown, died Feb. 5. Born in 1932 in Barre, he was the son of J. Frank and Hazel (Williams) Bailey. He attended schools in Williamstown. In 1954, he married Virginia Couillard. In 1994, he married Shirley Morrie. He purchased the family farm in 1956, retiring from it in 1986. He drove school bus from 1986 to 1998. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Steven and Russell; a daughter, Jenny Bailey; a stepson, Ralph Mowatt; a step-daughter, Pamela Tassie; four sisters; two brothers; four grandsons; a granddaughter; nieces and nephews.
, 54, formerly of Randolph, died Feb. 13. Born in 1944 in Lewiston, Maine, he was the son of Randolph and Martha (Rodger) Wright. He attended Vermont schools. In 1996, he married Gloria Gilcreast. He served in the Army during Vietnam and worked as a truck driver for McLaughlin Mayflower of Nashua, N.H. Survivors include his wife; a son, Anthony Jr.; two daughters, Kelly Wight and Tory Wight; a stepson, Bradford Patten; three step-daughters, Cynthia Grey, Lori Hanson and Robin Ipscher; a sister; 21 grandchildren; two nieces.
, 40, formerly of Cabot, died Feb. 13. Born in 1958 in St. Johnsbury, she was the daughter of Maurice and Yvette (Lamothe) Morey. She attended Cabot public schools and graduated from Cabot High School. She was employed by National Life Insurance Co. in Montpelier and later by the U.S. Postal Service in Burlington. More recently she had lived and worked in the Lake Placid and Massena (N.Y.) areas. She was a member of the North American Martyrs Roman Catholic Church in Marshfield. Survivors include her parents; a brother, M. James Morey; three sisters, Marie Flatow, Jane M. Deschamps and Gloria G. Morris; her companion, Carl Irish; several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.
, of Hyde Park, died Feb. 15. Born in 1950 in Morristown, he was the son of Clayton R. and Greta (Chase) Phelps Sr. He graduated from Johnson State College with a degree in psychology and completed a graduate program at Antioch College in Keene, N.H. He had been in private practice, providing counseling and psychological services. Survivors include his partner of nine years, Jennifer Farnham; four sons, Adam, Anthony, Aaron and Elijah; a foster son, Curtis Harmon; two brothers; three sisters.
, Sr., 64, of Groton, died Feb. 16. Born in 1934 in Topsham, he was the son of Mervil and Josephine (Pray) Bruleigh. He was a quarry worker for the Rock of Ages Corp. in Barre, retiring in 1996. He attended the Groton United Methodist Church and served in the Army. Survivors include his wife, Sadie (Derosia) Burgin Bruleigh; his mother; two sons, Robert Jr. and Charles; a stepson, Parker Burgin; a step-daughter, Peggy Burgin; two granddaughters; two step-grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; a brother; three sisters; several nieces, nephews and cousins. His first wife, Ruby Johnson, is deceased.
, of Montpelier, died Feb. 18. Born in Milton, Mass., he was the son of Maude Dixon and Quintin Candy. He attended MIT, Massachusetts School of Art and the Rhode Island School of Design. He served in the Army and also in the Vermont Army National Guard. In 1943, he married Edna Long, who died in 1978. He was chief of information and education for the Fish and Game Department for 20 years. He later married Patience Hoyt, who survives him. Other survivors include a son, William II, three daughters, Laurel Farnum, Linda Stanke and Paula Cody; 11 grandchildren; one sister; several nieces and nephews.
, 73, formerly of Barre, died Feb. 4. He graduated from Spaulding High School and attended Goddard College. He served in the Army during WWII and moved to Seattle, Wash. in 1949. He was employed by King County, Wash., retiring in 1988. Survivors include his wife, Eileen (Russ) Heifler; a daughter, Christine McKay; two grandsons; nieces and nephews.
, 81, of Warren, died Feb. 13. Born in 1917 in Ashland, Pa., he was the son of George Shoop and Emma (Synder) Shoop Lesher. In 1943, he married Ruth Eister. He was a miner in the anthracite coal region in Pa. and was also a truck driver and a supervisor for Sea-Land Freight Lines in Fairbanks, Alaska. He had lived in Vermont for the past six years. Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Fay Ann Kathan; a son, Lt. Com. Barry Shoop; five grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; three brothers; three sisters; nieces and nephews.
, 51, of Upper Websterville, died Feb. 15. Born in 1947 in Barre, he was the son of George and Mary (Rousse) Town. He attended elementary school in Upper Websterville and graduated from Spaulding High School. In 1969, he married Denise Lanctot. He was a roller machine operator at Sprague Electric Co. in Barre until 1986. Survivors include his wife; three sons, Jason, Jeremy and Shane; a sister; two brothers; nieces and nephews.
, 85, of East Barre, died Feb. 15. Born in 1913 in Graniteville, Quebec, she was the daughter of William and Willamina (Gunn) Duncan. She attended schools in Quebec and graduated from nurse's training at the Orleans County Memorial Hospital in Newport. She later moved to Barre. In 1938, she married Floyd H. Blake, he died in 1964. They had owned and operated Blake's Grocery. Survivors include three daughters, Marylu Haynes, Linda Atkins and Lois Plante; one son, Skip; 10 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; a sister; several cousins, nieces and nephews.