Gordon H. Beckwith
BURRILLVILLE - Gordon H. Beckwith 87, resident of Pascoag, passed away August 19, 2014 at the Overlook Nursing & Rehabilitation in Pascoag RI.
Loving husband of 54 years to the late Barbara (Cambio) Beckwith.
He was born in Charlton MA, a son of the late Charles & Gertrude (Stevenson) Beckwith.
Gordon was a chef at the Zambarano Hospital retiring in 1983. He lived most of his life in Burrillville, and was a WWII Army veteran. He was a very active member of the Berean Baptist Church. He enjoyed the outdoors especially traveling to his camp in NH.
CUMBERLAND — Dave Belisle is no longer Cumberland American’s manager. He is America’s manager.
Diane C. Loporchio
CRANSTON - Diane C. (Gaboury) Loporchio, 64, died Sunday, Aug. 10 2014, at home in Cranston after a long illness. She was the wife of Anthony Loporchio. Born in Woonsocket, Diane was the daughter of the late Wilfrid J. Gaboury Jr. and Cecile P. (DeBlois) Gaboury. She lived in Rhode Island for most of her life.
Diane graduated from Woonsocket's St. Claire High School in 1968 and received her bachelor's degree in accounting from Smithfield's Bryant College in 1991. She earned her CPA certificate and spent her career working in accounting.
SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — The world championship dream is over.
The memories will last a lifetime.
Cumberland's Little League World Series run ended Monday night at Lamade Stadium as it made another furious comeback only to watch Chicago score two fifth-inning runs and win an 8-7 thriller.
WOONSOCKET— Carnell Henderson’s first official day as principal at Woonsocket High did not end when he walked out of the building shortly after 4 o’clock last Thursday afternoon.
“Actually, I’m on my way to (Barry Field) right now,” he said about the tug-at-the-heartstrings moment he was set to have with his now former Villa Novan football players.
WOONSOCKET â”€ Brett and Dan Gould did a lot of hanging around at the beach this summer â”€ and at the USA Volleyball Junior Beach Tour Championships, they hung around almost long enough to be declared the best beach volleyball team for their age group in the country.
The 14-year-old twin brothers finished second overall in their age bracket at the national tournament â”€ organized by the U.S. Olympic program â”€ and held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin over the weekend of July 25-27.
Paul Britton Robson
THE VILLAGES, FL. - Paul Britton Robson died very peacefully at home in the Villages, Florida. He was 87 years old.
Paul is survived by his children, Valerie Page (Stephen), Britton Robson (Roberta Weisel), Cynthia Robson (David Harlson), and grandsons Jonathan Blake, Britton Blake (Tanya), Mingus Robson, BjĂ¸rn Harlson, and great grandchildren Bryce Walker and Layla JeanneMarie Blake.
Donations in Paul's memory can be made to Rutland Dismas House, P.O. Box 1816, Rutland VT 05702 or to any branch of the Lions Club.
Conrad F. Duquette Sr.
BOCA RATON, FL - Conrad F. Duquette Sr. 84, passed peacefully from this life the morning of August 15th at his residence after his battle with cancer. He was surrounded by his loving family during the last days. He was born in Woonsocket, RI on August 17th, 1929 to Lionel and Florence (Crepeau) Duquette. In 1954, he married his wife Alice. In 1973, they moved to Boca Raton, Florida. He worked for IBM, as well as the Boca Raton Regional Hospital. After retiring, he continued on as a volunteer there as well.
WOONSOCKET â€“ Former U.S. Congressman Fernand J. â€śFreddyâ€ť St Germain, a favorite son of the city who rose from humble beginnings to become one of the most powerful men in the country, has died.
Family members said he passed away at home in Newport on Saturday of kidney failure. He was 86 years old.
Irene L. Phaneuf
WOONSOCKET - Irene L. (Lambert) Phaneuf, 86, of Avenue A, died Saturday August 16, 2014 at home with her loving family by her side.
She was the wife of the late Edward R. Phaneuf.
Born in Woonsocket, daughter of the late Conrad and Exila (Marquis) Lambert.
Irene worked as a machinist for Enterprize Dye, and a Housekeeper for the Park Square Medical Building for several years and also she was a nanny for several children.
She enjoyed spending time with her family and friends and will be greatly missed by all.