July 12th, 2013
Lucille M. Dussault
WOONSOCKET- Lucille M. "Lulu" (Croke) Dussault, 88, of Burrington St., died July 11, 2013 in St. Antoine Residence, No. Smithfield. She was the wife of the late Raymond Dussault.
Born in Woonsocket, she was the daughter of the late Walter and Marion (Johnson) Croke.
She worked as an administrator for Firestone Rubber and Tire. Lucille attended Hill College, Providence College and Brown University and graduated with a degree in Business English. She enjoyed crossword puzzles and sitting on the porch talking with neighbors.
Rita V. Hannan
NORTH SMITHFIELD- Rita V. (Cummings) Hannan, 75, of North Smithfield, died July 11, 2013 in her home. She was the wife of the late William L. Hannan.
A devoted caretaker, Rita worked as a CNA at the Friendly Nursing Home for 30 years.
TEXAS- Aurore "Topsy" (Nadeau) Camilucci, 90, passed away August 31, 2012 in Texas. She was the wife of the late Bruno J. Camilucci.
Aurore moved to Texas in 1999 to live with her family.
She is survived by her daughter Barbara Jean Tondre and grandsons Kenneth and Christopher Tondre, and twin great-grandsons, Jake and Cory Tondre all of Texas.
NORTH SMITHFIELD â€” After steamrolling its opposition in its first eight games by a combined score of 107-17, Chris Bodington knew that his Cumberland All-Star team needed to sweat out a close contest somewhere down the line if it planned to take on the finest teams in New England in the extra-competitive Eastern Regionals.
LINCOLN â€“ Nick Zammarelli boarded a plane Thursday night fully confident that he made the correct decision â€“ one that figures to benefit him in the long run.
As tempting as it was to turn pro, the recent Lincoln High School graduate believes in his heart of hearts that the pursuit can wait a few years. College life featuring side orders of education and baseball at North Carolinaâ€™s Elon University beckons for the 18-year-old Zammarelli following a spring and summer that can be best summed up as a whirlwind.
WOONSOCKET â€“ State prosecutors have determined that the city violated a state law protecting access to public documents by taking too long to provide a lawyer with records from the Water Treatment Plant Advisory Committee.
Attorney Michael A. Kelly asked for the records on Dec. 21, 2012, and should have been supplied with them within 30 days under the Access to Public Records Act.
BURRILLVILLE â€“ Two people were killed and two others seriously injured, police said, when two cars collided head-on on Route 102 on the hill above the Mr. Doughboy and Bellaâ€™s restaurants Thursday afternoon.
Police Chief Stephen J. Lynch, declined to say at the scene if anyone had been killed in the 3:28 p.m. crash that destroyed a white sedan and caused heavy front-end damage to a mini van, offering only that all the parties involved had suffered serious injuries.
WOONSOCKET- Armand A. Beauchemin, 83, of Second Ave. died Wednesday in Trinity Health and Rehabilitation Center. He was the husband of Therese (Fontaine) Beauchemin for sixty years.
Mr. Beauchemin was born in Woonsocket, and was a lifelong city resident.
He worked as a technician for Owens-Corning Fiberglass for many years before retiring in1995. He was hard working and was a dedicated and devoted family man.
Betty M. Flynn
NORTH SMITHFIELD- Betty M. Flynn, "Mama", passed away on July 10, 2013. She was the beloved wife of the late George F. Flynn for 62 years. They shared their life together in North Smithfield.
Born to the late Thomas F. and Evelyn (Doherty) Mack in Harrisville, RI, she had two brothers and three sisters.
CUMBERLAND â€” Must-win pressure? Cumberland American showed zero signs of it on Wednesday night in its Pool A finale against Scituate-Foster.
Needing a victory to cement a spot in Fridayâ€™s District 4 Major Division semifinals at Ayotte Field, CALL cruised to its third triumph in four games by mercy-ruling S-F, 14-3, in four innings at Garvin Field.