August 1st, 2011
Theresa M. Maclure
WOONSOCKET- Theresa M. Maclure 84, of Cooper Ave. died Sunday at Woonsocket Health and Rehabilitation Center. She was the wife of the late Gerald Maclure Sr. Mrs. Maclure was born in Woonsocket a daughter of the late Adelbert and Belva Parent. She was a homemaker for most of her life having previously worked for Peterson and Puritan.
She is survived by two sons Gerald Maclure Jr. and Randall Maclure both of Woonsocket, a daughter Sandra O'Donnell of W. Warwick, four grandchildren and one great- grandchild.
Gerard J. Poulin
NASONVILLE- Gerard J. Poulin, 56, resident of Nasonville, died July 29, 2011 at home. He was the husband of the late Darleen M. (Veins) Poulin.
Born March 12, 1955 in Woonsocket, a son of the late Charles and Yvonne (Cazeault) Poulin. Gerard was a Burrillville Resident most of his life.
Gerard worked as a mechanic tech for A & M Compressed Air of Uxbridge. He was a former security guard for Woonsocket Hospital.
He was a member of St. Josephs Veterans an avid fisherman, enjoyed sports but most of all was the time spent with his grandchildren.
Phillip N. Berger
Phillip Nelson "Phil" Berger, 77, of Simsbury, CT, passed peacefully Sunday, July 17, 2011 surrounded by family and friends. Born June 16, 1934 in Newburyport, MA, the beloved son of Victor and Nellie Berger and brother of the late Allan Berger all of Woonsocket, RI.
WEST WARWICK â As Jim Dawber watched a mentally and physically drained Ryan OâDell unleash pitch after pitch, a conclusion to Sundayâs marathon of baseball at McCarthy Stadium unfolded in his mind.
âOh wow,â the Cumberland Post 14 manager thought to himself. âWeâre going to win the championship, and heâs going to win the MVP.ââ
Speaking through visible emotion a short while later, Dawber came to grips with the crushing reality.
âIt didnât play out that way in real life,â he said.
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CUMBERLAND -- The Cumberland Beagle Club will host a cookout for combat veterans of World War II on Sunday, Aug. 7, at 11 a.m. The Beagle Club is located at 425 Nate Whipple Highway, opposite North Cumberland Middle School. There is no cost. For more information, call Ed Nawrocki at 401-658-2174.
Lillian L. LeBon
Lillian L. LeBon 87, died Thursday, July 28th at the Northeast Florida Community Hospice in Jacksonville, FL. She was the wife of the late Narcisse LeBon.
Born in Woonsocket, she was a daughter of the late Alfred and Rose (Lamothe) Lemire.
Georgette D. Bodnar
Georgette D. Bodnar 93, formerly of Theresa St. died Friday at St. Elizabeth Home in East Greenwich. She was the wife of the late William Bodnar. Born in St. Barthelemy, PQ, Canada she was a daughter of the late Zepherin and Anna (Fredette) Caron.
Mrs. Bodnar did quality control for the Tupperware Co. for twenty one years before retiring in 1981. She was a former member of St. Joseph Sr. Citizens, and the Royal Travelers.
NORTH ATTLEBORO â The mission of Chemawa Golf Course is simple.
âIf people think itâs fair, theyâll come back,â Chemawa owner Glen Burke was saying over the weekend. âA lot of older guys have said âI went somewhere and the rough was so high and thick that I was tired by the end of the round.â [At Chemawa] youâre not going to be tired, youâre going to enjoy yourself.
âMy thought is that when they come into the parking lot, they forget about their worries and enjoy themselves,â Burke added. âI think thatâs true as based on the number of car doors and trunks that open.â
PAWTUCKET â Lars Anderson made four trips to the plate Sunday, every one of them transpiring in a Pawtucket Red Sox uniform.
For someone who spent Saturday night bidding farewell to teammates and contemplating a future in Oakland, Anderson spent most of Sunday morning trying to make sense of the unstable trade winds that had rocked his universe. One minute the first baseman was standing in the batterâs box in McCoy Stadium. Then came word that Anderson was involved in a trade that would have sent starting pitcher Rich Harden to Boston.