Archive - Nov 17, 2010
Alice L. Haworth
Pawtucket- Alice L. (Santos) Haworth, 79, died Tuesday at the Miriam Hospital. She was the wife of the late Richard Haworth Sr. Born in Portsmouth, RI, she was the daughter of the late Antone and Louise (Perry) Santos.
Mrs. Haworth was a communicant of St. Teresa church and had worked for the former Seekonk Lace of Pawtucket and later as a Lunch-aide at the Veteran's Memorial Elementary School in Central Falls.
Lucille A. Cardosa
LINCOLN - Lucille A. Cardosa, 90, died Saturday at The Holiday Retirement Center. Born in Central Falls, she was a daughter of the late Philias A. and RoseAlma (Bellerose) Robert. She had been employed as a classified telemarketer for the Pawtucket Times prior to her retirement.
Her sons, John Cardosa of Atlanta, GA, Robert Cardosa of Cumberland and Thomas Cardosa of Warwick, 7 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren and nieces and nephews survive her. She was the sister of the late Edmond Robert and Claire Oakley.
PAWTUCKET. Maria "Julia" Gomes, passed away on Monday after an illness. She was the wife of Joaquim Gomes.
Born in Guarda, Portugal and migrated to the United States in 1970.
She had been employed at Murdock Webbing for several years.
Besides her husband, she leaves a daughter, Maria Barbosa and a son Manuel Gomes both of Pawtucket and Antonio Gomes of No. Providence; a sister Lucinda DosAnjos and a brother Francisco Martins both of Pawtucket and 6 Grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
Louis H. Paquin
CENTRAL FALLS - Louis H. Paquin, 91 of Central Falls, died on Sunday, November 14th at Home & Hospice Care of RI. He was the son of the late Omer J. and Victoria (Goderre) Paquin. He was the beloved husband of Eva (Brule) Paquin to whom he was married in 1947 and who died in 2004.
CENTRAL FALLS â How Rhea Levesque came to the conclusion she needed to lose some excess pounds, she admitted, adds up to a rather humorous story.
In early October 1991, her daughter, Yvette, called and asked her to pick up her 10-year-old twin sons, Nick and Neil St. Jean, from Nathanael Greene Elementary School on Smithfield Avenue. Yvette explained she and then-husband Kenny had tickets to a Boston Red Sox game, and they wanted to get a jumpstart on the trek to Fenway Park.
Naturally, Levesque acquiesced, as she and her husband Norman adored the Sox.
PAWTUCKET â Long known for dispensing good cheer, sage advice, and the occasional hug, âMama Amaâ has wrapped her loving arms around a new cause: to help the residents of Woodlawn embrace healthier eating habits.
Ama Amponsah, who owns and operates Ama's Variety Store with her husband, Isaac, is excited to announce they are taking part in the âHealthy Corner Store Initiative.â The HCSI is a community campaign to add healthy options and variety to the food that is available at small urban markets to make it easier for families to find and cook healthier meals.
Alyssa McCoart and Nicole Silva play softball in arguably the toughest division in Rhode Island â the Division I-North circuit â but after next spring, the competitionâs going to get a whole lot tougher for these local senior standouts.
Thatâs because the Lincoln High first baseman/pitcher and Mount St. Charles Academy third baseman, who are very good friends who have known each other since the eighth grade, will be taking their talents to the Division I collegiate level, and they made that official last week by signing National Letters of Intent to their respective schools.