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October 17th, 2011

Theodore Plante

October 17, 2011

Theodore Plante

BURRILLVILLE- Theodore Plante, 97, resident of Pascoag died October 11, 2011 at the Pine Grove Health Center in Pascoag.
Loving husband of 78 years to Jennie (Przystas) Plante.
Born Mat 9, 1914 in Providence RI, a son of the late Urgel & Rosanna (Lajoie) Plante.
He worked for the former Stillwater Worsted; he also worked for the Tupperware Co. for twelve years retiring in 1974. He was a WWII Navy veteran, a member Bradford Court Tenants Association Advisory Council, Burrillville Senior Citizens, and the VFW Post Pascoag # 1023.

Gerard H. Peloquin

October 17, 2011

Gerard H. Peloquin

WOONSOCKET- Gerard H. Peloquin, 85, formerly of Bear Hill Village and Windy Valley Drive, passed away Saturday at Woonsocket Health and Rehab. He was the husband of Rose (Picknik) Peloquin and the late Marielle (Berube) Peloquin.
Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late Guillaume and Emilie (Dubois) Peloquin. He resided in Woonsocket for the past 12 years, previously residing in Cumberland.
Mr. Peloquin was a United States Navy, World War II Veteran, attaining the rank of Seaman First Class. He was a life member of the VFW Post 7272 of Bellingham.

Doris C. LeMay

October 17, 2011

Doris C. LeMay

SMITHFIELD- Doris "Dot" C. LeMay, 71, of Smithfield, formerly of Central Falls, died Friday at Our Lady of Fatima Hospital. She was the wife of Wilfred E. LeMay Jr. and on November 11th they would have been married 50 years.
Born in Central Falls, she was a daughter of the late Alphonse Buster and Juliette (Picard) Robichaud. Mrs. LeMay was employed as a school bus driver for the Town of Cumberland until her retirement in 2002. She was an avid New England Patriots fan.

October 16th

Pension bill to be heard Tuesday

October 16, 2011

PROVIDENCE — The much-anticipated pension reform bill will be presented to a joint session of the General Assembly tomorrow.
Early reports of the plan to be presented by Gov. Lincoln Chafee and General Treasurer Gina Raimondo indicate that it will include shifting state employees and teachers from the defined benefit plan they have now to a “hybrid” scheme that has components of both a defined benefit and a 401(k)-type defined contribution plan. This would affect contributions as well as benefits.

Helen Carter celebrates her 90th birthday — on the job

October 16, 2011

NORTH SMITHFIELD — Helen Carter doesn't seem to be much older than Social Security retirement age when you meet her.
She has a part-time job at the L'il General Store on Great Road where she makes sandwiches twice a week and she also loves to get her workouts in at Curves on Eddie Dowling Highway on a regular basis.
But on Friday, Carter hit a milestone in life that her boss and friends at L'il General couldn't overlook.
When she showed up for her 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. shift, Carter found the store decorated with banners and flowers celebrating her 90th birthday.

October 15th

Clippers' Crawley second in Brown race

October 15, 2011

WARWICK – Coming three weeks prior to the state meet, the Brown University Northeast Championships provides a perfect gage for coaches and athletes to determine if all the training is paying off for a possible peak performance at the early November meet.
For runners like Trevor Crawley, who are hoping to crack the top 10 at the states, the top-notch competition at the regional championships, held on a fast five-kilometer course at Goddard State Park, can also serve as an important confidence booster with a good performance.

October 14th

Under Cooley, Friars hit the ground running

October 14, 2011

PROVIDENCE — To get a better feel of the Providence College players he was inheriting, Ed Cooley made it a point to watch every Friar game from last season “four or five times.”
What were the impressions Cooley gathered as he studied individual tendencies and Providence’s style of play under ex-head coach Keno Davis? Let’s just say the new PC coach realized he has his work cut out for him.

Frechette, Leo

October 14, 2011

Frechette, Leo

WOONSOCKET- Frechette, Leo, 53, died on September 5, 2011
Born in Woonsocket, he was a son of Joseph and Jeannette (Lebrun) Frechette.
Mr. Frechette was employed by Banner Doors Corp. in Woonsocket for 11 years.
He is survived by a daughter, Trisha Hutchens of Millbury, a son Ryan Frechette of CoCo Beach, FL, five grandchildren and his siblings, Gerard Frechette of Hopkinton, NH and Jeanne Gravel of Millville, MA.
A Memorial Mass will be held on Friday, October 21, 2011 at 12:30Pm in St. Therese's Shrine, Nasonville, RI.

Hilda L. Eichin, R.N.

October 14, 2011

Hilda L. Eichin, R.N.

LINCOLN- Hilda L. Eichin, R.N., 86, a resident at The Holiday Retirement Home, Manville, passed away Sunday, October 9, 2011.

James E. Long

October 14, 2011

James E. Long

BURRILLVILLE- James E. Long 81, resident of Mapleville died October 10, 2011 at the RI Hospital.
Husband of the late Ruth (Audette) Long.
Born April 27, 1930 in Frederick MD, a son of the late Theodore & Ethel (Troxell) Long.
James worked for the RI Hospital for many years. He lived most of his life in Burrrillville. He was a 20 year Navy veteran serving in Korea and Vietnam. He was a member of the VFW Post and Chepachet Senior Citizens.

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