November 17th, 2014
Veronica Lee Cherwinski
WOONSOCKET - Veronica Lee Cherwinski, 33, resident of Woonsocket RI, passed away on November 7, 2014 at her residence.
She was the loving fiancĂ© to Steven Bokoski with whom she lived.
She was born in Providence, RI, daughter of Linda Lee (Lanoue) Cherwinski and the late Michael S. Cherwinski.
For full obituary and funeral information please visit www.dipardofuneralhome.com
Delia A. Kusiak
WOONSOCKET - Delia A. (Denoncourt) Kusiak, 95, formerly of Elm St. went to the Lord on Tuesday Nov. 11, 2014 in the Woonsocket, Health & Rehabilitation Center, with her family by her side. She was the wife of the late Frank L. Kusiak.
Born in Woonsocket, daughter of the late Francis and Veroniquet (Bastein) Denoncourt.
Delia worked as a sales clerk for the former Social Department Store and several retail store in the area. She also worked in several mills in the area.
Michael N. Coutu
PANAMAN CITY BEACH, FL - Michael N. Coutu, 56, of Thomas Drive, Panama City Beach, FL, formerly of Pascoag, RI, his birth location, died Oct. 22, 2014. He was the son of the late Paul A. Coutu and Eleanor A. (O'Neill) Coutu-Pearce.
Michael, a degreed electronics associate, has worked in various computer related fields throughout his career and was currently matriculated in a computer science degree program. He had a special bond with nature and all its glory and challenges.
Thomas F. Bailey
BURRILLVILLE - Thomas F. Bailey, 96, of Burrillville, passed away peacefully at Cortland Place in Greenville on Friday, November 14, 2014.
Born in Fall River, MA he was the son of the late Daniel and Mary (Aspden) Bailey. He was the husband of the late Dorothy Dugan. He was also preceded in death by his first wife, Mary Mattison Bailey, his son Daniel Bailey, his grandson Keith Davidson, and his special friend, Thelma Ianotti.
Jeannette M. Deragon
WOONSOCKET - Jeannette M. (Rheaume) Deragon 86 of Privilege St. died November 3, 2014 at Home and Hospice Care of RI. She was the wife of the late Hubert Deragon. Born in Woonsocket, she was a daughter of the late Ephrem and Marie Ange (Gagne) Rheaume. Jeannette worked many years as a waitress for the former Girard's Diner and Chelo's Restaurant.
WOONSOCKET â Every member of the Woonsocket Police Department is a graduate of the police academy, but even seasoned cops are learning a new lesson the hard way this month.
Itâs about facial hair. Mustaches, in particular.
For some guys, they just werenât meant to be.
âSome of them could try growing one for months,â says Detective Sgt. Matt Ryan. âTheir mustaches would still look malnourished.â
BURRILLVILLE – Given a solid week of practice, Lincoln High coach Dave Waycott and his staff believed their club would be ready and raring to go when the team bus rolled up to Alumni Field on Saturday morning.
PROVIDENCE – For long stretches of Saturday night’s contest against Albany, the Providence College Friars certainly didn’t look ready for a busy stretch of five games in nine days to open the season.
LINCOLN â Tucked away down a winding path off of Sherman Avenue rests the jewel of ballet in the state, a gem which is celebrating its emerald anniversary.
The State Ballet of Rhode Island is commemorating its 55th performing season, and through each of its six decades, it can truly be called a family heirloom. Executive Director Ana Marsden Fox is continuing the tradition started by her parents in 1958 and continued through the years by her mother, Artistic Director Herci Marsden.
STORRS, Conn. – Ryan Boatright single-handedly made sure that Connecticut was not going to lose on the same night that the defending national champion Huskies received their rings.