WOONSOCKET- James (Jimmy) Allen, 89, formerly of River St. died Saturday November 30, 2013 in Trinity Health Center, with his family by his side. He was the husband of the late Odessa (Wilson) Allen.
Born in Newberry, South Carolina. He was the son of the late Francis Allen.
Jimmy was employed at the Shipyard, Uniroyal, Foxboro Racetrack, and Ocean State Finishing until his retirement.
Jimmy was well liked by all who knew him; He loved his family and enjoyed playing cards at the cafĂ©.
He was a member of the Tyra Club.
Mark A. Cook
CUMBERLAND- Mark A. Cook 51, of Cook Rd. died Monday, December 2, 2013 at home. He was the husband of Debra (Benoit) Cook.
Born in Woonsocket, he was a son of the late Wesley and Phyllis-Ann C. (Poirier) Cook Sr.
Mark was an inventory specialist for CVS-Caremark Inc. for over twenty seven years and a dedicated employee. He was an avid Patriots fan, but his greatest joy was spending time with his grandson and family.
Simone G. Harrison
WOONSOCKET- Simone G. (Duval) Harrison, 87, formerly of Kennedy Manor, passed away Sunday at the St. Antoine Residence, North Smithfield. She was the wife of the late Frederick B. Harrison.
Born in Woonsocket she was the daughter of the late Paul and Helen (Arel) Duval. She was a life-long resident of Woonsocket.
Mrs. Harrison was employed as a Floor Lady for the Narragansett Knitting Mills for over 50 years.
Gregory J. Gagnon
WOONSOCKET- Gregory J. Gagnon, 57, of Woonsocket, passed away unexpectedly on November 16, 2013. Arrangements by Oâ€™Neill Funeral Home, Cumberland, RI. For obituary, www.rifuneral.com
David B. Thereault
WOONSOCKET- David B. Thereault 42, Woonsocket, died Friday, November 29 in Landmark Medical Center.
He was born in Woonsocket, a son of Margaret Thereault.
Mr. Thereault was a laborer for Woonsocket Parks and Recreation for many years before retiring in 2010 due to illness.
Besides his mother, he is survived by his son Devan Thereault of Woonsocket, a sister Brenda Figueroa and her husband Nick, and her son Christian and her daughter Cheyenne of Providence, and a brother William Thereault of Woonsocket.
Rose A. Bernard
BURRILLVILLE- Rose A. (LaFay) Bernard passed peacefully on November 10, 2013 at home surrounded by her caring family.
WOONSOCKET â€“ A 52-year-old Woonsocket man died in a fast moving fire that
broke out in his Lydia Avenue home just after 6 a.m. Tuesday
Woonsocket Fire Chief Timothy Walsh said firefighters arrived at the scene
around 6:15 a.m. to find heavy flames in the living room area of the
one-story house on Lydia Avenue, located off Gadoury Boulevard. The fire
was contained within 30 minutes.
When firefighters entered the house they found the victim and pulled him
out, Walsh said. The victim, whose name has not yet been released, was
Richard L. Cournoyer
WOODSTOCK, NH- Richard L. Cournoyer, 67, of Daniel Webster Highway passed away Wednesday, November 27, 2013 at Dartmouth Hitchcock Hospital in Lebanon, NH following a period of declining health.
Born on August 13, 1946 in Woonsocket, RI, he was the son of Omer & Germaine (Turcotte) Cournoyer.
Richard grew up in Woonsocket and was a graduate of Woonsocket High School.
He was employed as a binder with Bownes of Boston. It was his love for hiking that brought him to the White Mountains of NH and when he retired, he moved to Woodstock, NH.
NORTH SMITHFIELD â€“ Way back on Sept. 28, North Smithfield High traveled to Exeter/West Greenwich's home gridiron and exhibited perhaps its sloppiest game of the season, but still sustained â€śonlyâ€ť a 17-14 loss.
The two will meet yet again in a R.I. Division IV Tournament semifinal in West Greenwich at 6 p.m., Tuesday, and â€“ to prepare his troops mentally â€“ Pennington is utilizing not just what happened in that contest but also one that occurred three years ago this same weekend.
WOONSOCKET â€“ Mayor-elect Lisa Baldelli-Hunt will take office with a huge popular mandate when she is sworn in Tuesday night at the Stadium Theatre.
The niece of former Mayor Charles Baldelli, she will usher in a clean sweep of City Hallâ€™s most influential positions, bringing in a new team.
Ceremonies begin at 7 p.m., with the oath of office delivered by House Speaker Gordon Fox. Her uncle, the former mayor, is to serve as master of ceremonies.