February 6th, 2012
PROVIDENCE- Gertrude Halpern died Saturday, February 4, 2012 in Providence. She would have been 100 years old on March 8, 2012.
She is survived by her nephews, Stanley and Jason Goldstein and Robert Halpern, nieces, Marjorie Bean and Beverly Goldberg, great-nephews, Gene, Larry and Mark Goldstein, great-niece, Nancy Dunn and her devoted caregiver, Peggy Comforti.
NORTH SMITHFIELD- Julia (Dankow) Manlick, 91, a resident of the St. Antoine Residence, passed away peacefully on Saturday, at the Residence. she was the loving wife of the late John S. Manlick.
Born July 4, 1920 in Woonsocket, she was the daughter of the late Peter & Cristine (Dobrwado) Dankow, she resided in No. Smithfield almost all her life.
She was employed as a sewer at the former Health-Tex Co. for many years before retiring. She was a longtime communicant and very active in the Ladies Sodality at St. Michael's Ukrainian Catholic Church in Woonsocket.
BLACKSTONE- Gertrude M. (Deragon) Martinelli, 86, of Blackstone, MA passed away peacefully on Saturday, February 4, 2012 at home with her loving family by her side. She was the beloved wife for 68 years of Louis J. Martinelli.
Born in Woonsocket, RI on April 6, 1925, she was the daughter of the late Aram and Evelyn M. (Lamontagne) Deragon.
Alice T. Lambert
WOONSOCKET- Alice T. (Ouellet) Lambert of Woonsocket, RI, died on February 4, 2012 in the McCarthy Care Center, Sandwich, MA. She was the wife of the late Jean-Paul Lambert for almost seventy years.
Born in Woonsocket, Alice was the daughter of the late Albert G. and Leona (Payette) Ouellet. She resided in Woonsocket for most of her life and had relocated to Cape Cod two and a half years ago, moving into the Whitehall Estates in Hyannis with her husband.
Alfred Tarvis, Jr.
WOONSOCKET- Alfred Tarvis, Jr., 73, of Stoneham Drive, died Thursday, February 2, 2012 in Landmark Medical Center, Woonsocket. He was the husband of thirty-eight years of the late Rita (Bourget) Tarvis.
Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late Alfred R. and Catherine (Biadas) Tarvis.
PROVIDENCE â€“ Five additional minutes seemed like a risky proposition for the Providence Friars. Turns out it was.
The final verdict, an 87-84 nail-biter in West Virginiaâ€™s favor, only re-opened the wound regarding how PC let Sundayâ€™s Big East contest slip away. Missed free throws coupled with an inability to snatch rebounds on the defensive end were the main culprits. The two bugaboos came back to bite the home team hard when Mountaineers senior Daryl â€śTruckâ€ť Bryant calmly and coolly splashed in a 3-pointer with 3.3 seconds remaining in OT, breaking what was a 84-84 affair.
PROVIDENCE â€“ There are times that Ed Cooley must feel like heâ€™s being pulled in a thousand directions.
On one hand, Cooley is trying to build a program befitting of his workmanlike image. In order to accomplish that, the first-year PC head coach needs players that compliment this ideal. Based on the buzz surrounding one of the nationâ€™s most talked about recruiting classes, Cooley has allowed Friar fans to dream big about what the future may hold.
BURRILLVILLE --- Chalk one up for the public school teams!
For the first time in the two seasons of the 10-team Division I, a public-school squad has bumped off a parochial-school team, and Burrillville did the honors on Saturday night with a hard-fought victory over Moses Brown.
And one of the Broncosâ€™ youngest players rose to the occasion in arguably his teamâ€™s biggest game of the season, as freshman Chad Stone netted a hat trick to help Burrillville produce a 4-2 victory.
When Michael S. Krzywonos used to attend Sunday Mass at the former St. Cecilia's Church in Pawtucket he'd see the same friendly faces sitting in the same pews every week. Other than exchanging passing greetings and a few pleasantries at the end of Mass, it eventually dawned on Krzywonos that he really didn't know who his fellow parishioners were.
"For the longest time they were just faces without names," he says.
LINCOLN â€“ Given the new state funding formula, the William M. Davies Jr. Career & Technical High School will receive $649,000 less in state aid during the 2012-13 academic year.
So stated Davies' Business/Education Partnership Coordinator Bernie Blumenthal on Thursday.
Neither he nor Gerry Manning, Supervisor of Career & Technical Instruction, truly know how the institution can continue to survive over the next several years.