Sunday, April 14, 2013
Dora Ann Poissant, Constancy Lynch, Kenneth MacDonald, June Barre, Marion Manning, Paula Gardella and Muriel Jackson.
Dora Ann Poissant Dora Ann Poissant, 102, of Attleboro, died April 5 2013. She was educated in Attleboro schools and was a lifelong resident of Attleboro. She was employed for 27 years at the former General Findings Co. in Attleboro until retirement. Poissant was a communicant of the former St. Joseph's Church in Attleboro and a member of the St. Anne's Society at St. Joseph's Church. For the complete obituary click here. Constance Lynch Constance M. "Connie" (Howard) Lynch, of Easton, passed away April 3, 2013. Connie was a graduate of Oliver Ames High School in 1943 and Burdett College in 1946. She worked as secretary to the VP of Wilbur and Williams Paint Company of New York, Boston office. She later became office manager of the Dean…
Thursday, April 11, 2013
A lifelong Attleboro resident three months shy of her 103rd birthday, she enjoyed playing cards, bingo, crocheting and following the Boston Red Sox and the Boston Bruins.
Thursday, April 11
The following obituary is from the Duffy-Poule Funeral Service website: Dora Ann Poissant of Christopher Heights in Attleboro died April 5, three months prior to her 103rd birthday at the LifeCare Center in Attleboro. She was 102. Poissant was born in Attleboro on July 1, 1910 as the daughter of Joseph and Rose (Ducharme) Brodeur. She was educated in Attleboro schools and was a lifelong resident of Attleboro. A dedicated homemaker for years, Poissant sought employment when her sons entered high school. She was employed for 27 years at the former General Findings Co. in Attleboro until retirement. Poissant was a communicant of the former St. Joseph's Church in Attleboro and a member of the St. Anne's Society at St. Joseph's Church. She …
She was 101 years old and remained active late into her life, including winning a recent win in a Wii bowling tournament.
Thursday, April 11
The following obituary is from Dyler-Lake Funeral Home's website: Blanche Jeannette (Champagne) LaPerche of Christopher Heights in Attleboro died April 1. She was 101. Born in Lincoln, R.I. on Oct. 20, 1911, she was a daughter of Oscar A. and Delia (Couture) Champagne. She was a 1929 graduate of the former Pawtucket High School. A resident of Pawtucket for many years, she moved to North Attleboro in 1955 and lived there until moving to Attleboro in 2008. LaPerche worked as a shipping clerk for 27 years for McGill Box Co. in Plainville until her retirement in 1984. Previously, she had been employed as a production control supervisor for the former Coats & Clark Co. in Central Falls for 11 years. She was a woman of strong faith and was a …
Sunday, March 17, 2013
Paul Mongeon, Dorothy Rotherham, Katherine Paquette, Bernard Lawson and Manuel Rose.
Paul Mongeon Paul H. Mongeon, 69, passed away March 9, 2013. He taught Industrial Arts at Nipmuc Regional High School for three years and Norton High School for thirty years. He was the president of the Norton Teachers Association, a member of the Massachusetts Teachers Association, and a member of the National Education Association. After teaching for 33 years, he ran his own home and small engine maintenance and repair business. For the complete obituary click here. Dorothy Rotherham Dorothy Margaret Rotherham, 83, died March 2, 2013. Dorothy was born in Attleboro on Oct. 6, 1929 and has been a Foxborough resident for the past 60 years. She was a graduate of Mansfield High School. She enjoyed bird watching, quilting and taking care of …
Friday, March 8, 2013
She was a talented florist.
Friday, March 8
Attleboro native Jacqueline E. Carlstrom died March 3 at the Madonna Manor Nursing Home in North Attleboro. She was 76. Her obituary on Duffy-Poule Funeral Service's website states: Born Jacqueline Tremblay in Attleboro on June 15, 1936, she was a daughter of the late Jacob and Beatrice (Chartier) Tremblay. Jacqueline was educated in Attleboro schools and was a graduate of Attleboro High School. She was a talented florist who worked at the former Wagner's Flower Shop in Attleboro years ago, and later at Flowers By the Station in Attleboro for many years prior to retirement. She enjoyed camping and working on puzzles with all her friends at Hope Gardens. She particularly loved spending time with her grandchildren and great grandchild. …
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
A former U.S. border patrol agent and boiler man for the jewelry industry, he enjoyed traveling with his wife.
Tuesday, February 26
Richard J. Beaulieu of Attleboro died unexpectedly Feb. 19 at Sturdy Memorial Hospital. He was 80. Beaulieu was the husband of 16 years to Eva L. (Beauregard) Beaulieu. He graduated from Taunton High School in 1951 and served his country with the Massachusetts Army National Guard. Beaulieu began working in El Paso, Texas for the U.S. Border Patrol Agency as a border patrol agent. He then worked as a boiler man for the jewelry industry in Attleboro for many years until he retired several years ago. Beaulieu enjoyed traveling with his wife Eva and cherished the trips they took on their trike motorcycle. He also loved the time he spent with his family and friends over the years. Survivors are twin daughters Michelle J. Beaulieu and Renee J. …
Sunday, February 24, 2013
William Moore, William Lozeau, Eleanor Turnbull, Wallace Fulcher, James Janiszeski and Jane Baldwin.
William Moore William E. Moore, 79, of Attleboro, formerly of Norton, died Feb. 13, 2013. He was a slitter operator for the former St. Regis Co., now Fortifiber, for more than 30 years before retiring in 1995. After retiring, Moore transported people to different soup kitchens in the Attleboro area. Moore was a U.S. Army veteran, serving as a corporal and a radioman. For the complete obituary click here. William Lozeau William D. Billy Lozeau, 50, of Norton, formerly of Whitman, died Feb. 12, 2013. Billy was a graduate of Whitman-Hanson Regional High, Class of 1980, and attended Massasoit Community College. For many years, he worked as a shipper for the Whitman Tool & Die Company. For the complete obituary click here. Eleanor Turnbull …
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
In retirement, he transported people to different soup kitchens in the Attleboro area.
Tuesday, February 19
William E. Moore of County Street in Attleboro died Feb. 13 at Sturdy Memorial Hospital . He was 79. Moore was born in Attleboro to Frederick W.S. and Gladys M. Moore. He was a slitter operator for the former St. Regis Co., now Fortifiber, for more than 30 years before retiring in 1995. Moore was a U.S. Army veteran, serving as a corporal and a radioman. He was an Attleboro resident most of his life, moving back to the city in 1997 from Norton. Moore was a member of the Plainville Baptist Church . After retiring, Moore transported people to different soup kitchens in the Attleboro area. Moore was preceded in death by his wife Trudy. He is survived by his son William Andrew Moore of Attleboro, daughter Kathleen Becker and her husband Paul…
Sunday, February 17, 2013
Kristine Barry, Michael Greene, Ruth McKeown, Mary Bridges and Thomas Hedrick.
Kristine Barry Kristine Ann Barry, 43, of Foxborough, died unexpectedly on Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013. She was the daughter of Carl and Katherine (Murphy) Barry. She was a graduate of Foxborough High School, Class of 1987 and attended Fisher College. Kristy enjoyed spending time at her family home in Greenville, Maine and snowmobiling. While in high school she played basketball and softball. For the complete obituary click here. Michael Greene LTC Michael Greene, age 43, of Mansfield, passed away February 10, 2013. He was awarded a commission in the US Army through the ROTC program at Georgetown. Mike served as a full time soldier in the Massachusetts National Guard with a rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He spent a year-long tour in Kabul, …
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
She liked the St. Vincent de Paul Society and everything it does for people.
Tuesday, February 5
Sandra C. Jimenez of Holden Street in Attleboro died Monday at Sturdy Memorial Hospital. Jimenez was born in Boston, a daughter of Robert and Eunice Columbus. She had lived in Attleboro for the past year, coming from North Attleboro. Jimenez liked the local St. Vincent de Paul society, and everything they did, for everyone. She is survived by her husband William Jimenez; sons Shawn Columbus, Daniel Columbus and William Jimenez Jr.; daughter Sandra Columbus; brothers Thomas Jenkins, Robert Columbus, Michael Caricchio and Walter Webster; sisters Nancy Hazen, Katherine Webster, Ann Caricchio and Evelyn Gorham as well as several nieces and nephews. Her funeral service will be take place Thursday at 1 p.m. at Foley–Hathaway Funeral Home, …