June 14th, 2011
CHEPACHET- Angela Vadeboncoeur, 93, resident of Chepachet died June 14, 2011 at her residence.
Wife of the late Emile Vadeboncoeur.
Born in Woonsocket RI, a daughter of the late Levi & Leah (Guibeault) Beauregard.
Doris R. Bernier
BLACKSTONE, MA- Doris R.(Gaumond) Bernier, 87 of Blackstone, MA. Passed away at home Monday June 13, 2011 with her family by her side. She was the wife of the late Donat Bernier.
Born in Woonsocket, daughter of the late Herve and Rosealba (Nadeau) Gaumond.
Doris was employed at Miller Electric for 22 years retiring in 1984.
Doris was an avid bingo player and a puzzle maker.
Michael J. Taylor
EXETER- Michael J. Taylor, 50, of Exeter, RI died Friday, June 3, 2011, at Westerly Hospital. He was the son of the late Robert and Pauline Taylor.
He is survived by his children; Michael and Caitlyn Taylor of W. Greenwich, His brothers: Robert E. Taylor of Providence, Steven Taylor of N. Smithfield and Sister June Aubin of Woonsocket.
Michael was an avid outdoorsman and had a passion for music.
Services will be private
Ester L. Bartolo
STUART, FL- Ester L. Bartolo, 90, of Stuart, Florida, passed away on June 5, 2011. She was the beloved wife of the late Eduardo B. Bartolo.
Born in Lisbon, Portugal and was a resident of Cumberland, RI from 1962 to 2010. Beloved Mother of John L. Bartolo, of Hobe Sound, FL.
BURRILLVILLE â€” Calling it an important next step toward potential regionalization, the Town Council has signed the second part of a four-town intermunicipal agreement that will see Burrillville, North Smithfield, Smithfield and Glocester sharing equipment and personnel in an effort to help those communities reduce costs.
PROVIDENCE â€” Christopher Callaci never met a necktie he didn't like. He just doesn't like wearing them.
The lawyer for the union that represents nurses and other health care workers at Woonsocket's Landmark Medical Center keeps his ample collection draped over the door of his office, located in a onetime funeral parlor in this city's gritty North End.
With a sliver of crew-neck T-shirt showing through his unbuttoned dress collar, Callaci seems too big for this cluttered workspace, awash in helter-skelter piles of bulging, oxford-brown legal dossiers and loose papers in search of a clip.
PROVIDENCE â€” It was a match made in heaven (or, more accurately, the Statehouse): Rhode Islanders love the Boston Red Sox and are famously crazy about their license plates. Now they can have the best of both worlds.
Accompanied by Bosox President Larry Lucchino and legislative leaders on Monday, Gov. Lincoln Chafee visited Hasbro Childrenâ€™s Hospital Monday to sign legislation creating special green license plates patterned after Fenway Parkâ€™s Green Monster and carrying the Red Sox logo next to the plate number.
PROVIDENCE --- The Division I state title will come down to one game.
Cumberland High scored early and often and senior ace pitcher Bethany Paul continued her postseason brilliance on the mound in Mondayâ€™s championship round against Mount St. Charles Academy at Rhode Island College.
And the final result was a surprisingly-lopsided 15-3 conquest by the fourth-seeded Clippers that not only dealt the ninth-seeded Mounties their first loss of the double-elimination tournament, but set up tonightâ€™s 8 p.m. winner-take-all clash back at RIC.
Helen J. Sikonski
NEWPORT- Helen J. (Mostek) Sikonski, a resident of the Forest Farm Health Care Center in Middletown passed away peacefully on Friday at the Newport Hospital. She was the wife of the late Edward Sikonski.
Born: June 28, 1921 in Woonsocket she was the daughter of the late Stanislaus & Aniela (Struzik) Mostek, she resided in Bellingham, MA. most of her life before moving to Newport 15 years ago.
Violet A. St. Germain
NORTH SMITHFIELD- Violet A. (Saucier) St. Germain, 74 of St. Paul St. died Sunday in Landmark Medical Center. She was the wife of Aldor J. St. Germain for 56 years.
Born in Upton, MA a daughter of the late Harry and Blanche Rose (Blanchard) Saucier, she resided in North Smithfield for the past forty five years.
Mrs. St. Germain was a machine operator for Polytop Manufacturing Co. for twenty years before retiring twenty years ago.