Archive - Jan 21, 2011
Donald J. Lapham
NORTH ATTLEBORO:Donald J. Lapham 72, passed away Wednesday peacefully, on the Eve of his daughter's birthday, surrounded by his loving family after a courageous battle with cancer. Born on August 7, 1938, in Pawtucket, RI, he was the son of the late David W. and Blanche (Arpin) Lapham. He was a veteran of the United States Air Force, 823 Air Division, and a member of the Rehoboth Country Club.
Cecelia S. Reith
CUMBERLAND - Cecelia S. (Peters) Reith of Dwight Street died Sunday, January 9, 2011 at the Memorial Hospital of RI, Pawtucket. She was the beloved wife of Joseph L. Reith.
Born in Central Falls, a daughter of the late Benjamin and Stella (Chmielewski) Peters, she had lived in Cumberland for most of her life.
Besides her husband, she is survived by three loving daughters, Cheryl Tyler, Karen Kline and Kerri Reith, all of Cumberland; one brother, Leon Peters of Cumberland; and several nieces and nephews. She was the sister of the late Alfred Peters and Lucianna May.
Phyllis A. Mascio
CUMBERLAND - Phyllis A. Mascio, 72, of Sleepy Hollow Drive died Thursday, January 20, 2011 at home surrounded by her loving family. She was the beloved wife of Richard J. Mascio, Sr.
Born in New York City, NY, a daughter of the late Olga Lubinsky, she had lived in Cumberland for most of her life.
Alice C. Soule (WITH PHOTO)
Seekonk - Alice Camilla(Petersen) Soule, 86, of Seekonk, MA died Thursday, January 20, 2011 at Sturdy Memorial Hospital in Attleboro. The beloved wife of William N. Soule, they were married for 64 years.
Daughter of the late Ida May & Hans Eric Petersen, she lived in Seekonk for 80 years,attended Seekonk schools and graduated from Pawtucket East High School with honors in 1942. She worked as a bookkeeper for Hope Webbing, The Peerless Co, and Attleboro Dye & Finishing and for seven years volunteered as the coordinator of the Share Food Program.
CENTRAL FALLS â There was a buzz in the stands on Thursday night as Central Falls fans awaited the start of a Division II crossover game matching their North Division-leading Warriors with a 7-2 Tiverton team that is tied for first place in the East.
The Tigers quickly quieted the local crowd by storming out to a 23-5 lead midway through the first half en route to an 80-64 triumph.
âTheyâre good,â C.F. coach Brian Crookes conceded after the game. âI would put them up there with Rogers, West Warwick and Barrington as the best teams we have seen this season.â
LINCOLN â Even now, the portable rental marquee sign sitting in the snow outside the Christ Church Parish House reads, in part, âChristmas joy continues.â
âWe haven't been able to change it because of the weather, the way it's been,â chuckled Rev. Scott Gunn, the Episcopal church's rector for over three years now.
Fact is, neither Gunn nor his parishioners have had much to celebrate lately. Due to serious financial hardships, he has asked his congregation to vote on Jan 30 to accept a merger with Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Cumberland Hill.