Archive - Nov 5, 2010
PAWTUCKET - Blanche (Lefebvre) Sloan, 98, passed away Thursday, November 4, 2010. She was the beloved wife of the late Irving H. Sloan.
Born in Manchester, New Hampshire, she was a daughter of the late Arthur and Cora Lacasse) Lefebvre. Blanche resided in Pawtucket before moving to Hacienda Heights,California in 1948, she returned to Pawtucket in 2004. She was a Licensed Practical Nurse at the Ambassador Nursing Home, West Covina, California for fourteen years until retiring in 1988. Blanche was a member of the Emblem Club No. 299, West Covina Lodge.
PAWTUCKET:Joseph Newsham, 88, of Norris Ave died Friday. He was the husband of the late Jeannette (Bouley) Newsham. He was the son of the late Wilfred and Cora (Sawyer) Newsham.
He is survived by three daughters: Mary Vallee of New Hampshire, Louise Leonard of Cumberland, Catherine Scotto of North Providence and two sons, Gerard Newsham of Warwick and Timothy Newsham of Glocester, three sisters, Constance O'Hara,Sandra Gorman, Veronica Ingham and one brother Harry Newsham.
Barbara F. Trombley
PAWTUCKET - Barbara F. "Bobby" Trombley, 78, of Annie Street died Thursday, November 4, 2010 at Rhode Island Hospital, Providence.
A lifelong resident of Pawtucket, she was a daughter of the late Eugene A. and Eva M. (McCaughey) Trombley.
Miss Trombley was a secretary at Fram Corporation, East Providence before retiring.
She was a good sister, aunt, nana and friend.
PAWTUCKET â€“ Tolman High had to dig deep on Thursday night to outlast Narragansett in a preliminary round playoff matchup.
The Tigers rallied from a 2-1 deficit to edge the Mariners in five games, 3-2.
EAST PROVIDENCE â€“ North Kingstown outside hitter Annie Ragan was prepared for a long night against the East Providence girls volleyball team in Thursday nightâ€™s Division I quarterfinals.
Instead, it turned out to be the shortest postseason appearance the Townies have had in over 20 years.
Plagued by a slew of errors all over the court, East Providence struggled to find a way to win key points, and North, on the back of their all-state outside hitter, gladly took advantage, beating the Townies 25-23, 27-25, 25-20, a surprising end to the season for EP.
CUMBERLAND --- Itâ€™s been seven years since Cumberland High last captured a playoff game, but on Thursday night, the Clippers ended that drought in a big way in its Division II preliminary-round match with Warwick Vets High.
Michaela Leblanc and Michelle Malboeuf had solid games at the net and Robyn Andrade and Jessica Larivee keyed a strong showing from the service line for the Clippers in their easy 3-0 triumph at the Clippers' Wellness Center.
While the fates of politicians were decided on Election Day, the fates of five playoff-hopeful Blackstone Valley clubs could be determined as early as this weekend or as late as Thanksgiving morning.
When October ended, so did much of the drama in the Division II-B playoff race. Last weekendâ€™s play saw the top three seeds etched in stone in Tolman (6-0), Woonsocket (5-1), and St. Raphael (4-2) and the final spot still up for grabs between Mount Hope and Toll Gate.
Jacinto Alicea Jr.
PAWTUCKET - Jacinto "Jesse" Alicea Jr., 28, of Hazel St. died Sunday in the Roger William Hospital, Providence.
Born in Detroit, MI, he was the beloved son of Margaret (Hevey) Alicea of Pawtucket and the late Jacinto Alicea Sr. He resided in Pawtucket most of his life.
He was employed at Gillette Stadium, Foxboro.
Joseph M. Richard
CUMBERLAND: Joseph M. Richard, 85, of Diamond Hill Rd, passed away November 3, 2010. He was the husband of Theresa (Robideau) Richard, they would have celebrated their 63rd anniversary on November 27th.
Born in Central Falls,he was a son of the late Raoul and Lillian (Berger) Richard.
He had been employed as an electrician at the Newport Navy Base, and previously Natick Labs and at the Navy base at Quonset Point. He was a Navy Veteran of WWII service as a Chief Petty officer first class from 1942 to 1946
Allan V. McCrorie
PROVIDENCE: Allan V. McCrorie 72, of Luna St, passed on November 3, 2010. He was the husband of Sandra J. McCrorie.
Allan had been employed as a computer programming analyst for many years and was an Army Veteran.
Besides his wife he is survived by 7 children, Valerie, Allan, Rebecca, Jarrod, Erica, Tonia and John, many grandchildren and great grandchildren, two brothers, Charles McCrorie and Dr. Edward McCrorie and several nieces and nephews.
Helen C. Luther
September 27, 1922 - October 9, 2010
HARWICH PORT, MA - Surrounded by her loving family in her Harwich Port, Massachusetts summer home, Helen Christine (Ladd) Luther passed into the hands of her Lord.