Archive - Dec 2010
Lloyd E. Gray Sr.
MILLVILLE, MA- Lloyd E. Gray Sr., 76, of Old Chestnut Hill Rd. died Thursday December 16, 2010 at Milford Regional Medical Center, Milford. He was the husband of Ruth N. (Shinn) Gray.
Mr. Gray was employed at the former General Motors Assembly Plant in Framingham, MA until his retirement in 1989.
He was born Nov. 21, 1934 in Millville, son of the late George O. and Anna (Curtis) Gray. He was a graduate of Blackstone High School.
Mr. & Mrs. Gray observed their 55th wedding anniversary on Aug. 13, 2010.
Mr. Gray served with the U.S. Army during the Korean War.
COVENTRY â€” Jennifer and Melissa Schroeder Rondeau reckon that since April they have kept 16,800 disposable diapers out of the state landfill.
That feat may not seem noteworthy at first glance, until you realize it takes a disposable diaper, at best, about 250 to 500 years to decompose.
WOONSOCKET -- Local principals haven't received a pay increase for the past five years, but during that time they could count on past individual contractual agreements for a bit of job security.
Now, it appears the school department's ongoing fiscal troubles may be putting the local school leaders at risk.
Members of the school committee this week debated whether the school department's nine principals should serve "at will" and be open to layoffs at any time.
WARWICK â€” After kicking off its season with four straight games against public schools, Mount St. Charles finally faced one of its longtime parochial rivals on Saturday night in Bishop Hendricken.
And the Mounties rose to the occasion and made very good on this featured battle of unbeatens.
Alex Erbanâ€™s two goals and Brian Campbellâ€™s goal and assist keyed a well-played second period by the Mounties, and Trevor Planteâ€™s division-leading 10th goal of the season late in the game sealed a big 4-2 victory over Hendricken at Thayer Arena.
PROVIDENCE â€” The R.I. Track Coaches Association (RITCA) Invitational, the first major meet of the indoor track season, produced some outstanding efforts from local athletes Saturday afternoon.
Woonsocket Highâ€™s speedy foursome of Jalen Evans, Anthony Neal, Alex Correia and Tyler Bourk ran a season-best of 1 minute, 37.7 seconds to tie for third place in the 4x200-meter relay.
Neal also placed fourth in the high jump with a leap of 5 feet, 8 inches and Correia took sixth overall in the long jump with a distance of 19-11 1/2.
WOONSOCKET -- You couldn't have asked for a better holiday smile than the one members of the Woonsocket Police Department put on the face of Joel Felix, 4, at their annual Santa Claus party for local children this week.
WOONSOCKET - Burrillville High did everything it possibly could to give Mount St. Charles Academy a spirited run for its money on Friday night, but the defending state champs still found a way to get the job done.
And the Mounties got the job done by spoiling a truly brilliant performance by junior goaltender Jacob Toback, who masterfully turned away 43 shots in a 2-0 triumph by the defending state champions at Adelard Arena.
MANVILLE - Anna Latour, 97, died Thursday at Woonsocket Health and Rehabilitation Center. She was the wife of the late Joseph Eugene Latour. Born in Manville, a daughter of the late Adelard and Laura (Laplante) Bruneau, she had lived in Manville most of her life. She was the mother of the late Gloria Almeida and Rene Latour and the sister of the late Bertha Girard, Fabiola Gauvin, Anita Champagne, Melina Ouellette, Lucille Bourassa. She is survived by 3 grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren and 2 great, great grandchildren.
WARWICK, RI- Antonina (Demkiewicz) Trybalski 83, passed away peacefully at the home of her daughter Alicja A. and her husband Robert Chapman of Warwick. She was the loving wife to the late Mieczyslaw Trybalski.
Born, April 18, 1927 in Przemysl, Poland, She was the daughter of the late Victold and Teofila (Siewerga )Demkiewicz, she came to this country in 1966 settling in Woonsocket before moving to Warwick.
She was employed as an assembler for the Universal Optical Co. in No. Attleboro before retiring.
Lise A. Morin
WOONSOCKET- Lise A. (Morelle 55, of St. Barnabe St. died Tuesday December 14, 2010, at the Hebert Nursing Home, with her family by her side.
She was the former wife of George Morin.
Born in Providence, daughter of the late Pierre Morelle, and Andree (Fugere) Morelle, of Woonsocket.
Lise worked as a Radiologist for Dr. Morissey and various facilities in Rhode Island.
She enjoyed spending time with family, cooking, and spending time at the beach.