September 27th, 2011
WOONSOCKET- Cecile Boulanger, 87, formerly of Flat St. Cumberland and Rhode Island Ave., Woonsocket, died Friday evening at St. Antoine Residence. She was the wife of the late Normand A. Boulanger.
Born in Woonsocket, she was a daughter of the late Albert and Genevieve (Rainville) Bernier. She was a resident of Woonsocket for most of her life.
Mrs. Boulanger was employed by the French Worsted Mill and later at CD Barnes Company in North Smithfield before retiring in 1986.
Cecile was a loving wife and mother and devoted grandmother.
Cindy Jean Palmer
NORTH ATTLEBORO- Cindy Jean ( Heon) Palmer, of Forest Street, North Attleboro died Saturday Sept. 24, 2011 at home.
She was the Fiance of Robert Patten, of North Attleboro, and she was the former wife of Glenn C. Palmer Sr. of Texas.
Cindy was born in Attleboro a daughter of Gene R. Heon and the late Dolores (Gaudreau) Pedro.
She was a Certified Nursing Assistant, for over 20 years for the Pleasant Manor Nursing Home in Attleboro.
Cindy has lived in North Attleboro for over 15 years coming from Attleboro.
LINCOLN â Under the watchful eyes of instructors Deb Reddy and Paula Paluch, a group of perhaps a dozen Northern Elementary School students performed an assortment of body moves on a classroom floor early Monday afternoon.
âOK, we're doing the 'Down Dog,'â Paluch announced to the girls as the tune âTownship Krishna,â sung by Krishna Das, blared from a small CD player. âNow, swing to the 'Warrior 1.'â
A few seconds passed, and Paluch asked the kids to move to the âWarrior 2,â then to the âWindmillâ and âCobraâ before switching back to the âDown Dog.â
WOONSOCKET â The City Council moved to discuss a possible site for a new water treatment plant in closed session Monday evening but not before a local resident voiced opposition to the step.
Lorraine Corey of Huntington Avenue, a fiscal watchdog, questioned why the matter was not aired in public session given the costs involved.
LINCOLN --- Lincoln controlled the clock, but Rogers ruled the scoreboard.
The Vikings only had the ball on offense for approximately 10Âœ of the first 31Âœ minutes of Monday nightâs Division III game at Ferguson Field, but that didnât prevent them from producing 35 points and 228 yards of real estate and cruising to a 41-6 victory.
WOONSOCKET â The offense of Tolman High, spearheaded by high-scoring sophomore Manny Wongen, has been a major contributor to its undefeated record so far.
But you got to give credit to the Tigersâ defense, too.
Just like its previous seven tilts in Division II-North, the âDâ was at the top of its game on Monday afternoon as the Tigers held off upset-minded Woonsocket, 2-1, at Barry Field.
WOONSOCKET - Florence (Houle) Boisvert, 93, of Woonsocket, died Friday, September 23, 2011 in the St. Antoine Residence, surrounded by her family. She was the wife of the late Alphonse Boisvert.
Born in Upton, Quebec, Canada, she was the daughter of the late Herve and Opalma (Fontaine) Houle. She lived in Woonsocket for most of her life.
WOONSOCKET - Roy L. Brunelle 45, of Willow St. died September 20th at Phillip Hulitar Center. He was born in Woonsocket a son of Helena (Hebert) Brunelle of Woonsocket and the late Roger E. Brunelle. Roy was a dough master for Pizza Hut for two years before retiring in 2010 due to illness. He had previously worked as a CNA at Hebert Nursing Home for thirteen years. Roy enjoyed GEO Caching.com and fly fishing. Roy was a loving person and will be greatly missed by his family and friends.
HARRISVILLE - Mary A. (Archambault) Lesperance Smith, 57, of Chapel St, died Sat. Sept. 24, at Lydia Taft House in Uxbridge, surrounded by her loving family. Her first husband Michael E. Lesperance died in 1994.
Robert E Croteau 73, of St. Joseph St. died Thursday at Trinity Health and Rehabilitation Center. He was the husband of the late Lucille A. (St. Germain) Croteau. Born in Woonsocket ,he was the son of the late Ernest and Alice (Lacroix) Croteau. Bob was an auto body repair man for the former Lacroix Auto Body in Providence for twenty years, he had previously worked for UniRoyal for sixteen years. He served in the National Guard. He is a graduated of RI Trade Shop School. Bob was an avid Bingo player and also a Bingo Caller at Precious Blood Church for twenty years.