Archive - Aug 12, 2011
LAWRENCEVILE, Ga. â The PawSox mustered just enough to deny the International Leagueâs winningest pitcher, Julio Teheran, another decision Friday night. The Gwinnett Braves ace, who entered with a 12-2 record and a sparkling 1.11 ERA, nearly preserved a 2-1 lead through seven innings, but instead left with a 2-2 deadlock at hand.
âI thought hockey was tough.â
BRISTOL, Ct. â Dave Belisle, who along with his dad Bill Belisle, was part of 26 state titles won by the Mount St. Charles Academy hockey team the last four decades, couldnât help but make that analogy on Thursday night. Those five words were the first to come out of his mouth after the Cumberland American manager watched his squad hold on for an 8-7 semifinal win over Fairfield American in the New England Championship of the Eastern Regional Tournament.
LYNCHBURG, VA- Jeannine Pelletier, 79 of Lynchburg, died after a brief illness July 1, 2011. She was married to the late Royal Joseph Pelletier.
She was born December 9, 1931 in Lincoln, RI the daughter of the late Amedee Fournier and Irene Caron Fournier.
She retired with over thirty five years of service from the U.S. Postal Service.
In addition to her parents and husband Jeannine was preceded in death by her son Ronald Pelletier and brother Raymond Fournier.
She is survived by her daughter Diane Pew and her husband Richard of Forest.
Suzanne B. Potter
PROVIDENCE- Suzanne B. (Gonyea) Potter, 47, died Wednesday Aug. 3, 2011 in Rhode Island Hospital, Providence.
Born in Woonsocket she is the daughter of Edgar J. Gonyea of Harrisville and the late Blanche J. (Robillard) Gonyea.
Suzanne lived in Burrillville for many years.
She loved walking, riding her bike, the outdoors, fishing and the Ocean.
Robert P. Rondeau (Bobby Shannon)
WOONSOCKET- Robert P. Rondeau (Bobby Shannon) 74, resident of Woonsocket, died August 11, 2011 at the Landmark Medical Center.
Loving husband of 48 years to Jo Ann (St. Hilaire) Rondeau.
Born Jan. 25, 1937, a son of the late Emile & Rita (Sene) Rondeau.
WOONSOCKET â Financially struggling Landmark Medical Center announced Thursday that âsmall cutsâ in personnel are coming to the city hospital and the affiliated Rehabilitation Hospital of Rhode Island to bring manpower in line with patient volume.
The hospital said the cuts mean services at Atwood Therapy in Johnston would be discontinued entirely. Patients will be steered to other Landmark facilities for treatment.