March 21st, 2011
Doris L. Terranova
BURRILLVILLE- Doris L. (Vadeboncoeur) Terranova, 92, died Thursday March 17, 2011 in Good Shepherd Hospice Center, Auburndale, FL. She was the wife of the late James F. Terranova Sr.
Born in Woonsocket she was the daughter of the late Philias and Albina (Leclerc) Vadeboncoeur.
Doris lived in Mapleville and was a resident of Bayberry Commons before moving to Florida to be with her son.
Doris worked as a L.P.N. for Zambarano Hospital for 30 years retiring in 1970. She was a communicant of Our Lady of Good Help Church in Mapleville, and a member of AARP.
Maurice L. Harpin Sr.
MILLVILLE- Maurice L. Harpin Sr. 90, of Lincoln St. died Friday at Lydia Taft House. He was the husband of the late Dorothy D. (Cauthorn) Harpin.
Born in Woonsocket he was the son of the late Joseph and Fortunate (Langlois) Harpin.
Mr. Harpin founded Harpin Tire in the late 1940's. He was a facilities manager for Wrentham State School for over ten years and had previously worked for the Draper Corporation for twenty years. Mr Harpin was a member of the Millerville Men's Club and an avid gardener.
Suzanne T. Ezovski
MANVILLE - Suzanne T. (Tellier) Ezovski, 58, formerly of Manville, died Saturday, March 19, 2011.
Born in Woonsocket, a daughter of the late Armand and Claire (Joly) Tellier, she had lived in Manville all her life.
She was a retail office worker and was a former proprietor of an antique store.
She was a graduate of Notre Dame High School, Central Falls.
BURRILLVILLE- Raymond E. Young III, 72, resident of Harrisville, passed away March 16, 2011 in Colchester CT.
Born in Woonsocket RI, he was the son of the late Raymond & Frances (Senkarik) Young.
Donald " Red " Houle
GLENDALE- Donald "Red" Houle , 74, of Waterfront Lane, died Friday March 18, 2011, with his family by his side.
He was the husband of Mary Ann ( Weseluk ) Houle.
Born in Woonsocket, son of the late Albert and Helen (Frechette) Houle.
He worked for New York Lunch, in the 1960's for several years, and also in construction for Tilcon Gammino, in Cranston, R.I. for 32 years.
He was United States Navy Veteran and also served in the National Guard.
He was a member of the Cumberland Beagle Club, and the United motorcycle and Local 57, Engineers.
CUMBERLAND- Martitz-Delisle, Florence, 86, of Cumberland and formerly of Pawtucket, passed away Friday, March 18, 2011. She was the wife of the late Ernest Martitz and the late Philip Delisle. Born in Central Falls, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Emma (Vernon) Lemay.
Mrs. Martitz-Delisle had lived most of her life in Pawtucket before moving to Cumberland in 1995. She was a member of the 3rd Order of Saint Francis and a member of the Holy Spirit Fraternity of the Franciscan Order.
Amelia T. Romat
FRAMINGHAM, MA- Amelia T. (Wawszkiewicz) Romat, 94, passed away peacefully on Thursday at the Kathleen Daniel Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Framingham. She was the loving wife of Joseph Romat.
Born, August 6, 1916. in Woonsocket, she was the daughter of the late Victor & Helen (Zacharyasz) Wawszkiewicz.
She and her husband resided on Maple St. in Holliston, MA. for many years before moving to Framingham..
Amelia was employed as a printer for the Dennison Manufacturing Co. for 25 years, retiring in 1983.
BELLINGHAM â€” For as long as she can remember, Christi-June Marino had dreamed of living in Japan. She never dreamed that while living there, sheâ€™d experience first-hand the aftermath of one of the worst natural disasters in history.
BURRILLVILLE - The local Lions Club, in partnership with the Burrillville Parks & Recreation Department and Burrillville Public Works, is gearing up for the 12th Annual Burrillville Earth Day Cleanup to be held Saturday, April 23.
The event will kick off at 8:30 a.m. at the Burrillville Highway Department, 65 Union Avenue, Harrisville. The rain date is Saturday, April 30.
PROVIDENCE --- Drama? On this night, it only lasted a period.
The Mounties erased a 1-0 deficit by rattling off three goals during a span of 2:13 near the end of the first period and start of the second, and with the way their defense excelled from start to finish, state championship No. 42 was as good as gold.