Archive - Jan 25, 2011
PAWTUCKET â€” In a game of runs, it was Shea High that had the big one at the end, and with it, a hard-fought Division II crossover victory.
The Raiders rattled off 11 straight points to ignite a 21-8 run in the final 7:48 of their duel with Cumberland High on Tuesday night and come away with a 73-62 win on their home floor that gave them their fifth victory in their last six games.
BLACKSTONE â€” There was so much snow that Kevin Mahoney didn't notice the item missing from his driveway â€” at least not until he started to plow.
It was then that Mahoney realized the bell was gone â€” not just any bell, but a Hooper, a rare piece of 19th century metalsmithing forged into shape by a protege of Paul Revere.
Weighing around 700 pounds, the bronze bell had been severed from a secured length of heavy-duty, steel chain, perhaps with a pair of bolt cutters, around Dec. 16, says Mahoney, of 239 Elm St.
Therese R. Hickey
WOONSOCKET- Therese R. (Ayotte) Hickey 47, of Bernon St. died January 3, in Landmark Medical Center.
She was born in Woonsocket, a daughter of the late Jeffrey and Jeannette (Deslauriers) Ayotte.
She was the mother of Matthew Hickey, and Rebecca Hickey. Besides her children she is survived by her fiance Romeo Beaudoin, two grandchildren, and six siblings; Marcel, Maurice, Jean, Arthur, Jeffrey, Leo and Blanche. She was also the sister of the late Roger, Real and James.
Germain A. Leclerc
MANVILLE- Germain A. Leclerc, 84, of Old River Rd., Manville, passed away Tuesday at South County Hospital. He was the husband of the late Simone (Laprade) Leclerc who passed away in November. They were married on September 4, 1948.
Born in Manville, he was a son of the late Olivier and Alexina (Dumas) Leclerc. He was a lifelong resident of Manville.
Mr. Leclerc served in the Army during WWII in the European Theatre.
He worked for Branch River Worsted Company and A.H. Duffy Inc. before his retirement.
Edmond A. Boisclair
WOONSOCKET Edmond A. "White" Boisclair, 92, of Woonsocket, passed away on Sunday, January 23, 2011 at Landmark Medical Center. He was the beloved husband for 64 years of Rita D. (Tetreault) Boisclair.
Born in Woonsocket on October 25, 1918, he was the son of the late Ovide and Cordelia (Tessier) Boisclair.
WOONSOCKET- Washington, John W., 62, of Poplar Street, died January 24, 2011.
He was born in Woonsocket, RI a son of the late John W. Washington, Sr. and the late Eula Mae (Cole) Washington.
He is the father of John P. Dufurene. He has 2 sisters, Lorraine Garrett and Mary-Ann Acuna and 5 brothers, Michael, Jerry, Clarence and James and the late Richard Washington.
Service Friday 10 am in Bell Funeral Home, 571 Broad Street, Providence. Calling hour is Friday 9-10 am in the funeral home. www.bellfuneralhome.net