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Mount shines in soccer opener

September 1, 2011

CRANSTON – Mount St. Charles Academy saw 14 seniors, most of them starters, graduate from last year’s playoff team that finished second in Division II-North.
With a new batch of talented upperclassmen mixed in with some quality underclassmen, MSC head coach Miles Henderson was cautiously optimistic on how his squad would fare for the upcoming fall season.
After the first few weeks of practice, that confidence level increased a notch or two.

Wilfred P. Normandin

September 1, 2011

Wilfred P.
Normandin

BURRILLVILLE - Wilfred P. Normandin, 84, died Monday, August 29, 2011 at his home in Pascoag. He was the husband of Nancy-Hope (Round) Normandin whom he was married to for 44 years.
Born in Pascoag, he was the son the late Wilfred A. and Eva (Jacques) Normandin.

Normand P. Phaneuf

September 1, 2011

Normand P. Phaneuf

WOONSOCKET- Normand P. "Sonny" Phaneuf 85 of Thibeault Ave died Tuesday August 30,2011 at the VA Medical Center in Providence. He was the son of the late Malvina (Paquin) Phaneuf and Joseph Phaneuf.
He is survived by his wife Clarice "Candy" Courtemanche, a son Marc J. Phaneuf and his wife Louise of Pascoag, a daughter Celeste Bedigian and her husband Peter of Uxbridge and a sister Rita Kingsley of Taunton. He also leaves three grandchildren; Katherine Stapp, Angela and Matthew Bedigian.
Norm was a lifelong Woonsocket resident.

Lawrence E. Colerick

September 1, 2011

Lawrence E. Colerick

PRESCOTT VALLEY, AZ.- Lawrence E. Colerick, 82, of Prescott Valley, Ariz., died Monday, Aug. 8, 2011.
He was born May 22, 1929, in Rhode Island to Edwin C. and Charlotte A. Colerick.
Mr. Colerick enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1950 and served as an EM2 during the Korean War until 1954. He graduated from Boston University in 1958 and worked for American Cyanamid until 1970. He was then affiliated with Oxirane Corp., subsidiary of Atlantic Richfield Co., as midwestern regional manager until he retired in 1985.

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