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, 89, of Berlin, died Feb.10.Born in 1910 in Lawrence, Mass., she was the daughter of Pierre and Zelia (Gagne) Bouchard.She graduated from Lawrence High School and attended Boston University and the Danvers School of Nursing.She married Joseph P.McIntyre.She was a registered nurse, working in the Metropolitan State Hospital in Waltham, Mass.and the McLean Hospital in Belmont, Mass.Survivors include a son, Joseph; a daughter, Jeanne McIntyre; three grandchildren.
, 73, of Barre City, died Feb.10.Born in 1926 in Williamstown, he was the son of Avila and Maude (Jeannette) Couillard.He graduated from Spaulding High School.He served in the Army Air Force.He began employed at Couillard's Heating Oils in Barre in 1948, retiring in 1988.In 1950, he married Jeannine Bergeron.Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Karen Couillard; three sons, Edmund, Patrick and David; five grandchildren; two sisters; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 75, of Barre Town, died Feb.10.Born in 1925 in Sweetsburg, Quebec, Canada, he was the son of Alfred and Rose Mary (Cote) Pollander.He attended schools in Canada.In 1946, he married Elaine Sylvester.He was a road construction general superintendent with Moulton Construction in Lebanon.He was a member of St.Monica's Church.Survivors include his wife; a son, Leo; a daughter, Bonnie Dodge; five grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren.
, 98, of Barre, died Feb.11.She was the daughter of Robert and Isabelle (Maywood) Barclay.She graduated from Goddard Seminary and was a licensed practical nurse.Survivors include a niece, Norma Barclay; a grand-nephew, Steven Barclay; three grand-nieces, Katherine Kay, Julie Rolin and Sandra Merolla; two great-grandnieces and four great-grandnephews.
, 89, of Montpelier died Feb.14.Born in 1910 in Manchester, N.H., she was the daughter of Fernando and Sarah (Colby) Ayer.She attended Manchester schools and graduated from Keene State with a teaching degree.In 1933, she married Russell G.Webster, who predeceased her.The family moved to Vermont in 1956 and settled in East Montpelier and later moved to Montpelier.She was an art teacher in many Washington County rural schools and was a member of the Bethany United Church of Christ.Survivors include two daughters, Suzanne LaFrance and Wendy Savoie; one son, David; three grandchildren.
, 80, of Barre Town, died Feb.13.Born in 1919 in Lynn, Mass., she was the daughter of Henry and Charlotte (Booth) Wentworth.She graduated from Saugus High School in Saugus, Mass.She attended Jackson College for Women and Framingham State College, both in Mass.In 1940, she married Edmond Sorrie.They moved to Barre Town in 1972.She was a bookkeeper for Zayre's Department Store and a tax collector for Fire District 5 in Barre Town.She was a member of the Barre Congregational Church.Survivors include her husband; a daughter, Barbara Downs; two sons, Bruce and Donald; eight grandchildren.
, 58, formerly of Northfield, died Feb.13.Born in 1942 in Northfield, he was the son of Leroy and Rosemond Trombley.He graduated from Northfield High School and served in the Navy.He worked at Waterbury State Hospital and started work at IBM in 1965, retiring in 1993.Survivors include his wife of 28 years, Patty (Beaupre) Trombley; two daughters, Lisa Shepard and Carmen; a son, Wayne; his father; one sister; two brothers.
, 82, formerly of Chelsea, died Feb.11.Born in 1917 in Chelsea, she was the daughter of William and Eunice Bowin Burbank.She graduated from Chelsea High School and in 1937, married Harrison Eddy, who died in 1995.She and her husband operated a family farm and moved to Malone, N.Y.in 1973, retiring in 1983.She was a member of the Methodist Church.Survivors include one son, William; five daughters, Elizabeth Brown, Wilma Metcalf, Mary Kennedy, Marjorie Fournier and Phyllis Elder; a sister; 20 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren.
, 86, formerly of East Montpelier, died Feb.14.Born in 1913 in East Montpelier, she was the daughter of Edgar and Jennie (Staples) Cummings.She graduated from Montpelier High School and received an associate's degree from Lasalle Junior College in Mass.In 1937, she married Wendell Carr.She was an assistant librarian at the Dana Medical Library at the University of Vermont for 25 years and a member of the First Congregational Church.Survivors include two sons, Wendell and Rodney; four grandchildren; three great-grandchildren.
, 77, of Northfield, died Feb.15.Born in 1922 in Rutherford, N.J., he was the son of John and Alice (Cleak) O'Neill.He graduated from Norwich University.In 1960, he married Isabel Watson, who died in 1989.He was an associate professor emeritus in chemistry at Norwich University and had served in the Army during WWII.Survivors include several cousins.
, 78, of Barre, died Feb.16.Born in 1921 in Waterbury, he was the son of Charles and Jessie (Fairwell) Lawrence.He attended Waterbury schools.He worked on several farms in Waterbury.He retired from employment as a dietary technician at the Vermont State Hospital in Waterbury.He was a member of St.Andrew's Catholic Church in Waterbury.Survivors include two cousins, Louise Sherman and JoAnn Pecor.
, 80, formerly of Calais, died Feb.9.Born in 1919 in Plainfield, she attended school in East Calais and graduated from Plainfield High School.She attended business college in Boston and was employed in that area.She married Robert Carr and moved to Pittsburgh.Survivors include two daughters, Sarah Kehr and Susan Carr; a sister.Her husband predeceased her.
, 90, of Craftsbury, died Feb.20.Born in 1909 in Everett, Mass., she was the daughter of John and Ethel (Tait) Stoker Sr.She graduated from Arlington High School in Arlington, Mass.In 1938, she married Walter C.Gutzmann, who died in 1958.They moved to Craftsbury in 1946 and purchased the Craftsbury Inn, which Mrs.Gutzmann operated until 1968.She later was a teller at Merchants Bank in Hardwick, retiring in the late 1970s.She was a member of the United Church of Craftsbury.Survivors include two sons, Walter II and Richard; four grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren.
, 83, of Northfield Falls, died Feb.17.Born in 1916 in Roxbury, he was the son of Joseph and Josephine (Pinkham) Tierney.He lived in Cornish, N.H.as a youth and attended schools in Cornish, Plainfield and Kimball Union Academy in Meriden, N.H.He moved to Northfield in 1943 after marrying Gladys R.Coutts.She predeceased him in 1992.He was a veteran of WWII, having served it he Army.He worked as a stonecutter in the granite industry in Montpelier and Barre, retiring in the early 1980s.He was also employed by the National Life Insurance Company of Vermont and P&C Food Market in Northfield.Survivors include four children, Gayla Tierney, Michael Tierney, Brigitte (Mrs.Terry) Lackey and Guy Tierney; one brother; four sisters; five grandchildren; many nieces and nephews.
, 47, formerly of Montpelier, died Feb.12.Born in 1953 in Montpelier, he was the son of Harry and Emmaline (Hopkins) Broughton.He graduated from Montpelier High School.In 1996, he married Lorraine Kymes in Ohio, they moved to Largo, Fla.in 1997.He was a member of the Church of God Prophecy (New Life Ministries) and a pastor of several churches.Survivors include his wife; a son, Robert Gunnoe; a brother; two sisters; three grandchildren.
, 60, of Barre Town, died Feb.20.Born in 1939 in Colchester, he was the son of Robert C.Springer Sr.and Helen I.Shaw.He graduated from Spaulding High School and in 1968, married Gloria Hutchinson.He worked for the Coca Cola Company for 30 years and served in the Marine Corps during the Vietnam war.Survivors include his wife; a son, Jerome P.Springer Jr.; a daughter, Sarah Springer; his mother; two brothers; two sisters.
, 68, of North Duxbury, died Feb.17.Born in 1931 in Essex Junction, he was the son of Henry J.and Mary (Ashley) Burnell.He graduated from Essex High School.In 1954, he married Dora Preston.He was employed at the Vermont State Hospital as a psychiatric technician and later in administrations, retiring in 1988.Survivors include his wife; three sons, Henry Jr., William and Robert; 15 grandchildren; one brother.
, 80, of Wolcott, died Feb.18.Born in 1919 in Eden, she was the daughter of Frank and Alice Adams.She graduated from People's Academy in Morrisville and in 1947, married Leon Ernest Andrus.She had worked for the Union Bank in Morrisville and was Wolcott Town Clerk, retiring in 1986.She was a member of the Wolcott United Methodist Church.Survivors include her husband; a son, Edward; a daughter, Alice Wheeler; five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; several nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 75, of Tunbridge, died Feb.19.Born in 1925 in Brooklyn, N.Y., she was the daughter of Thomas and Florence (Curtis) DeCroti.She attended schools in Brooklyn.In 1945, she married Floyd L.Young.She worked at Dewey's Woolen Mill and Baltic Woolen Mill and later at Ethan Allen and Merrimaids, both in Randolph.She was a member of St.Matthew's Catholic Church.Survivors include two sons, Martin and Floyd; three daughters, Florence Merrill, Rose Young and Linda Young; one sister; 15 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren.
, 84, of Montpelier, died Feb.19.Born in West Lebanon, N.H., she was the daughter of Fred and Myrtle (Lumbard) Riopelle.She attended schools in Swanton, Montpelier and Mass.In 1936, she married Delmer R.Crouse, who died in 1991.She was a member of the Trinity United Methodist Church.Survivors include a daughter, Deanna Crouse; a son, James Crouse; a granddaughter.
, 90, of Barre, died Feb.17.Born in 1909 in Barre, she was the daughter of John and Jennie (Riddel) Milne.She attended Spaulding High School.She worked as a sales clerk at Woolworth's Department Store in Barre and later as a cook at the Central Vermont Hospital in Berlin.She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Barre.Survivors include three nieces, Jean Milne, Jennifer Milne and Mary Jean Mastro; eight nephews, Donald, John H., Michael, James, John A., Jeffrey, Jonathan and Jay Milne.