October 9th, 2012
BLACKSTONE â€” Ryan LaTour has been one busy guy since stepping off the graduation stage at Blackstone-Millville Regional High School in 2003.
Aline S. Riendeau
WOONSOCKET- Aline S. (Baro) Riendeau, 94, of Woonsocket, died Saturday, October 6, 2012 in Landmark Medical Center. She was the wife of the late Leo Riendeau.
Born in Woonsocket, RI, she was the daughter of the late Clement and Eudora (Gaboury) Baro.
Aline was a resident of Trinity Health and Rehab in Woonsocket for 5 years. Her favorite pastime was playing Bingo and spending time with her friends. She was a communicant of St. Agatha's Church and a member of its Senior Citizen's Group.
Edward C. George
BURRILLVILLE- Edward C. George, 85, of Sayles Ave. Pascoag, died Sunday Oct. 7, 2012 in Home & Hospice Center, Providence. He was the husband of the late Jeannette F. (Gabrielson) George and Katherine (Pytel) George.
Born in Slatersville he was the son of the late Prudentia and Mary (Silva) George.
Nicholas B. Messier
THOUSAND OAKS, CA- Nicholas B. Messier, 64, of Thousand Oaks, California, passed away peacefully on August 30, 2012.
He is survived by his wife Jayne Sprague Messier.
Born June 26, 1948 in Hartford CT, he was the son of Bernard and Jeanne Messier, formerly of North Smithfield RI.
Messier attended Williston Academy in Easthampton, MA and Loyola College in Montreal. He was a long time craftsman of fine furniture and custom cabinetry.
He and wife Jayne enjoyed many summers at their family home on the shores of Sand Point Lake in Minnesota.
BURRILLVILLE- Mathias Match Marcoux 94, resident of Oakland, died October 6, 2012 at Bayberry Commons in Pascoag.
He was the husband of the late Mary (Lockwood) Marcoux.
Match was born in Mapleville, a son of the late Auguste & Oringa (Vanasse) Marcoux.
Rene A. Lorange
WOONSOCKET- Rene A. Lorange, 82, of Woonsocket, died Wednesday, October 3, 2012 in St. Antoine Residence, No. Smithfield. He was the husband of Claire B. (Daignault) Lorange, whom he married November 26, 1953.
Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late Stanislas and Philia (Lemay) Lorange.
CUMBERLAND â€” The dual meet portion of the cross-country season is safely in the books. The early-in-the-week gatherings involving schools squaring off against their regional rivals has given way to a postseason gamut that is far more demanding and extensive due to the field expanding.
To Trevor Crawley, shifting from the sportâ€™s unofficial â€śwarm-up actâ€ť to a series of defined gatherings of harriers is not akin to a mystery wrapped in an enigma. To date, everything the Cumberland High senior has done on the trails has been geared toward what lies ahead, albeit with a slight twist.
PROVIDENCE â€” On this night, Andre Soukhamthath was not going to be denied.
Not in his return to Providence, where he has plenty of friends and family members and spent the first half of his life before moving to Woonsocket. And certainly not in his very first fight in the bright spotlight of the Dunkinâ€™ Donuts Center.
WOONSOCKET --- When Chris Hoard woke up on Sunday morning and decided to sign up to run in the second annual Race Against Racism 5K at World War II Memorial Park, the furthest thing from his mind was actually winning the race.
But to his surprise, thatâ€™s exactly what the 38-year-old Woonsocket native did. He topped a field of 163 runners and walkers by crossing the finish line in 21:14 -- not your average first-place time for a local 3.1-mile race, but certainly good enough on this day to cop top honors.
It was a fabulous day for the annual Autumnfest parade yesterday with a huge crowd turning out. Pictured from left are Amanda Dancause and Christopher Lâ€™Etalien with Cooper Barrett, 3, Phillip Barrett, 6, Tyler Lâ€™Etalien, 9; and Darin Rutz, holding Grace Rutz, 3 (top right) and Karen Rutz, all of Blackstone.
See more photos in our print edition.