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February 28th, 2011

Donna E. Carey

February 28, 2011

Donna E. Carey

CUMBERLAND- Donna E. (Gomes) Carey 57, of Second Ave. Cumberland, passed away peacefully Friday after a long struggle with cancer surrounded by her loving family in the Philip Hulitar Center, Providence. She was the wife of Thomas Carey.
Mrs. Carey was born in Newport, a daughter of the late John C. and Elizabeth (DeCosta) Gomes.
Mrs. Carey was a paralegal for Calenda & Iacoi in Providence for over twenty years, before retiring due to illness in October of 2010.

Richard Allen White

February 28, 2011

Richard Allen White

BLACKSTONE- Richard Allen White, 64, a resident of Blackstone for the past 39 years, died peacefully at home surrounded by his family and friends on Monday February 28, 2011. He was the husband of Julie (Hicks) White.
Mr. White was employed for the Framingham School System until his retirement in 2006. He had previously worked for the General Motors Corp. in Framingham, Bird Machine Co. in Walpole and NEPG in Holliston.

Constance Dion Christiansen

February 28, 2011

Constance Dion Christiansen

SUMMERFIELD, FL- Constance "Connie" Dion Christiansen, age 75, passed away at her home in Summerfield, Florida on February 26, 2011.
She was a retired personal and payroll clerk, born in Woonsocket.
Her hobbies included gardening, cooking, sewing, aerobics, bowling, casinos, bingo, sports and she was affiliated with the "No" Hatters.

Lillian T. Goudreau

February 28, 2011

Lillian T. Goudreau

BURRILLVILLE- Lillian T. Goudreau, 76, resident of Harrisville, passed away February 25, 2011 at the Philip Hulitar Inpatient Center in Providence.
Loving wife to the late Larry A. Goudreau.
She was born in New York, a daughter of the late Ozias & Elmire (deVaudreuil) Plante.

Roland J. Beauchemin

February 28, 2011

Roland J.
Beauchemin

UXBRIDGE- Roland J. Beauchemin, 92, of 15 School St. N. Uxbridge, most recently residing at Beaumont Nursing Home for the past 3 years died Fri. Feb 25. His wife of 52 years Olivette (Lajoie) Beauchemin died in 1998.

Blanche Provencal

February 28, 2011

Blanche Provencal

MANVILLE- Mrs. Blanche (Grassini) Provencal, 89, of Sayles Ave., and formerly of North East St., Woonsocket, died Feb. 24, 2011 at The Holiday. She was the beloved wife of Adelard Provencal.
Born Sept. 26, 1921 in Bellingham, Ma, a daughter of the late Utriade and Maria (Dori) Grassini.
Blanche worked as a spinner for the former Falls Yarn Mill for many years before she retired. She was an avid reader, loved music and cooking.

Sean P. Davis

February 28, 2011

Sean P. Davis

NORTH SMITHFIELD- Sean P. Davis, 42, died unexpectedly Friday February 25, 2011. He now rests in peace with his beloved father.
Born in Woonsocket he was the son of Patricia (Hopkins) Davis of Slatersville and the late James E. Davis.
Sean was a graduate of North Smithfield High School and completed Airborne training in the US Army. He was a skilled carpenter, having worked for local contractors including Quinn Construction and KBG Construction. Prior to working as a carpenter Sean worked with his Dad and Uncle Harold at Davis Brothers Garage, North Smithfield.

Doris F. Lavallee

February 28, 2011

Doris F. Lavallee

NORTH SMITHFIELD- Doris F. (Vermette) Lavallee, 90, formerly of North Smithfield, died February 27th in the Friendly Home. She was the wife of the late Eugene Lavallee. Born in Woonsocket, she was a daughter of the late Alfred and Alice Vermette.
Mrs. Lavallee was a former owner of Vermette's Restaurant where she waitressed for over fifty years.

February 27th

Lincoln earns one title at state wrestling meet

February 27, 2011

PROVIDENCE — Regular season dual-meet results don’t carry over into the tournament season. Each wrestler, no matter how big his reputation and how long his list of accomplishments, must begin anew when the opening whistle sounds to start a tournament match.
That’s the beauty of this sport, which focuses on a team aspect during the dual-meet season. The emphasis changes to individual results during the postseason.

Brooks as Big East POY? Pass

February 27, 2011

As the regular season winds down, the discussion for postseason awards and other laurels heats up. Suddenly the office water cooler or neighborhood establishment becomes the spot to discuss and dissect the merits of potential candidates, while those given autonomy to cast a vote sit down with pen, paper and DVD player, study tea leaves and rub the Magic 8-Ball before filling out the ballot.

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