January 9th, 2015
Sarah B. Hayes
LINCOLN - Sarah B. Hayes, 44, of Great Road passed away peacefully Wednesday, January 7, 2015 at the Philip Hulitar Inpatient Center, Providence surrounded by her loving family. She was the beloved wife of Peter J. Tarmey and the loving mother of Margaret E. "Maggie" Tarmey.
Born in Providence, the loving daughter of Robert J. and Nancy (Kyle) Hayes of Lincoln, she had lived in Lincoln all of her life.
She was a 1988 graduate of Lincoln High School and was a graduate of Sawyer Business School. She was a member of Lime Rock Baptist Church, Lincoln.
Paul O. Roy
WOONSOCKET - Paul O. Roy, age 78, died in the Landmark Medical Center in Woonsocket, Rhode Island on Monday, January 5, 2015, surrounded by his loving family. Born in Lawrence, Massachusetts on May 6, 1936, he was the son of the late Pierre and Merilda (Gagne) Roy. He was raised and educated in Canada, but returned to the United States in 1960, settling in Woonsocket. He remained in Woonsocket until 2009, when he and his wife moved to North Smithfield, Rhode Island.
LINCOLN – It’s still early in the Division II dual-meet slate, so Lincoln High senior tri-captain Nicole Moneghan isn’t as concerned with her times as she was during her underclassmen years.
Instead, as she’s building toward what she hopes is a premier individual showing at the Rhode Island State Championships in late February, she’s concentrating more on the development of some of the Lions’ younger aquawomen.
The simplistic reason: Moneghan wants to see her school claim a long-awaited state crown.
PAWTUCKET – Joining manager Kevin Boles and coach Bruce Crabbe on the 2015 PawSox coaching staff will be a pair of newcomers, hitting coach Rich Gedman and pitching coach Bob Kipper, the team announced Thursday.
Both men take over roles previously held by Dave Joppie and Rich Sauveur, respectively. Joppie will take over hitting-coach duties in Double-A Portland while Sauveur chose to pursue opportunities elsewhere after seven seasons overseeing the Pawtucket pitching staff.