Archive - Feb 16, 2011
Albert F. Moquin
PAWTUCKET - Albert F. Moquin, 84, formerly of Weeden Street passed away Tuesday after an illness. He was the husband of the late Marjorie A. (Laplante) Moquin.
He was born in Pawtucket a son of the late Euclid and Margaret Moquin. Mr. Moquin had been a self employed electrician in Pawtucket for many years. He was a member of the Little Rhody Bottle Club, The RI Historical Society, Friends of the Pawtucket Library and a Senior Inn Volunteer.
ATTLEBORO - Carol Curry-Rossi, 87 of Attleboro died on Tuesday at the Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton, Massachusetts.
The daughter of the late John and Flora (Aldsworth) Curry she had resided in Attleboro most of her life. Prior to retirement in the late 1970's she had been the office manager for Dr. Longobardi in Central Falls for many years. She was a member of the Pawtucket Branch of Medical Assistants. She also had a great love for playing the piano.
PAWTUCKET - Eleanor (Nault) Davignon, 93 passed away February 14, 2011 at Landmark Medical Center, Woonsocket. She was the wife of the late Gerard Davignon.
Brother Majella Larivee Marchand
PAWTUCKET - Anna Gajda 89, of Ridge Street passed away Tuesday February 15, 2011. She was the beloved wife of the late Grzegorz Gajda.
Born in Horodnica, Poland she was a daughter of the late Michal and Antonina (Krysztalowicz) Gajda. She lived in Pawtucket for the past 37 years.
Before retiring she was employed by the Miriam Hospital in the Housekeeping Department from 1974 to 1985.
Walter S. Kieon
CENTRAL FALLS - Walter S. Kieon, 90, of Jenks Street passed away Wednesday February 16, 2011. He was the beloved husband of the late Josephine V. (Salus) Kieon.
Born in Pawtucket a son of the late Michael and Zuzanna (Bujak) Kiewra. He lived in Central Falls for the 65 years and was formerly of South Attleboro.
Before retiring in 1978 he was employed as a Truck Driver for the former Yale Transportation Co. for 25 years.
CUMBERLAND -- Tonight marks the beginning of the best 10-day stretch in Rhode Island wrestling this year. It starts with a battle between two unbeaten high school programs. Defending state champion Cumberland will host 2010 runnerup Warwick Veterans tonight at The Wellness Center with the regular season dual-meet title at stake.
PAWTUCKET â€“ Tolman High faces a serious challenge in its final four regular season games, meeting a 12-1-0 Johnston/North Providence team and a defensive-oriented East Providence (6-5-0) team that sits right behind the Tigers in the Division III standings. Tolman (8-4-0) faces both contenders twice.
â€śWeâ€™ve lost two games to Mount Hope (10-2-1) and twice to Cranston East (8-3-1),â€ť Tolman coach Steve Reynolds pointed out. â€śWeâ€™ve beat the teams we should have beat but now we have to finish our season against two good playoff teams.â€ť
PAWTUCKET â€” In what seems like an ideal match, a company that specializes in architectural history and preservation is planning to make its new home at the city's landmark To Kalon Club.