November 3rd, 2014
Gloria L. Richer
WOONSOCKET - Gloria L. Richer, 93, of Logee St., Woonsocket, died peacefully Saturday evening at Woonsocket Health Care Center. She was the loving wife of the late Robert D. Richer. They were married for 63 years at the time of his passing on April 16, 2014.
Born in Central Falls, she was a daughter of the late Edmond and Antoinette (Lamothe) Lawrence. She was a resident of Woonsocket for most of her life.
Mrs. Richer was employed at several doctors' offices and local banks, Auger's Men's store and ACS Industries. She was also a professional seamstress for many years.
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Rhode Island has been stagnating for too long now, mired in the morass of a failing economy that threatens to suck us all under like quicksand.
We still have not fully recovered from the Great Recession that hit in 2008, and that extended period of weakness and fiscal frailty makes it all the more difficult to pull ourselves out of the hole.
Our state desperately needs a leader to step forward, one who has the courage to confront difficult problems and the wisdom and judgment find the best way to solve them.
Gina Raimondo is that leader.
Lucille J. Lefebvre
WOONSOCKET - Lucille J. Lefebvre, 80, of Woonsocket died Saturday morning surrounded by her family at Home & Hospice Care of Rhode Island in Providence. She was the wife of the late Harold J. Lefebvre. They were married for 60 years at the time of his passing in 2012.
Born in Woonsocket she was a daughter of the late Alfred and Lillian (Laroche) Berard. She was a lifelong resident of the city and attended St. Clare School.
Lorraine B. Martin
WOONSOCKET - Lorraine B. (Fleurant) Martin, 82, of Spring Water Drive, Woonsocket passed away peacefully on October 31, 2014 at Miriam Hospital after 14 years of battling scleroderma with courage and grace, surrounded by her devoted husband, who was her constant companion, and her loving family. She was the beloved bride of Roger M. Martin for 58 years of happy, loving marriage.
WOONSOCKET - Henrietta (McMarriss) Farrow, 71 of Front St. died October 25, 2014 in Rhode Island Hospital. She was the wife of the late Willie Farrow Jr.
Born in Newberry, South Carolina, daughter of the late Henry and Sarah (Thacker) McMarris.
Henrietta, worked for the former US Rubber and for the Woonsocket Health & Rehabilitation, as an Nurses Aide until becoming disabled.
She was a member of St. James Baptist Church and served as deaconess of the church, and missionary of the church. Henrietta also headed the Women's Day Committee.
Michael F. Labrecque
NORTH SMITHFIELD - Michael F. Labrecque, 70, of Providence Pike, died Wednesday, October 29, 2014 in Landmark Medical Center, with his family by his side, after a long illness. He was the loving husband of Susan (Notarangelo) Labrecque.
Born in Bellingham, MA, son of the late George and Cecile (Beauregard) Labrecque.
Mike worked as a plumber, first being self employed for 12 years as Mike the Plumber,then worked as a plumber for Landmark Medical Center, for 22 years.
Jeannette M. Rivet
NORTH SMITHFIELD - Jeannette M. Rivet, 92 of North Smithfield, died Tuesday at RI Hospital with her family by her side. She was the wife of late Robert R. Rivet. They had been married 49 years. Born in Woonsocket, she was the daughter of the late William and Emilie (Dubois) Peloquin.
Mrs. Rivet was a devoted wife and mother who loved her family very much. She was a member of the Trinity Club and The Apres Midi Club.
WOONSOCKET â€“ Bethany Marslandâ€™s love affair with Champâ€™s began when she was barely tall enough to see above the counter of the historic dining car.
As a little girl, she remembers telling the brothers who ran the place, Roger and Gerry Champagne, that she wanted a restaurant just like theirs when she grew up.
â€śI loved it,â€ť she says. â€śMy mother used to take me there forever, for as long as Roger and Gerry had the place.â€ť
The proprietor of a long string of successful restaurants in the city over the years, Marsland is about to open another. But it wonâ€™t be like Champâ€™s.
BURRILLVILLE -- For Burrillville High, Saturday’s easier-than-anticipated 28-7 Division IV triumph over gritty Smithfield gave it a couple of firsts, at least when it comes to recent history.