Archive - Feb 23, 2011
Maria G. Docouto
PAWTUCKET - Maria G. Docouto, 70, of Pawtucket died February 23, 2011. She was born in Brava, Cape Verde Island a daughter of the late Jose and Ercilia (Galvao)Docouto. She came to this country 35 years ago settling in Pawtucket. She was employed by International Packaging. She is survived by 1 son Jose Vasconcelos of Webster, MA, 2 sisters Elisa Docouto, Armanda Andrade, 3 brothers John, Ideal and Adelino Docouto all of Pawtucket. 3 grandchildren.
Philippe W. LeBlanc, Sr.
PAWTUCKET - Philippe W. "Phil" LeBlanc Sr., 87 of Pawtucket died on Saturday, (Feb. 19, 2011) while on a visit in Florida. He was the husband of Esther (Gervais) LeBlanc. Born in Southbridge, MA, a son of the late Philippe N. and Albina (Joyal) LeBlanc, he had been a resident of Pawtucket since 1955. He had a great affection for the city of Central Falls, especially Notre Dame Parish, where he was raised from early childhood and was educated by the Sisters of St. Anne and the Brothers of the Sacred Heart.
CUMBERLAND â€“ The elite seedings for this weekendâ€™s state wrestling championships bear out the dual-meet rankings for the regular season.
Unbeaten Cumberland, the defending state team champion, collected four No. 1 seeds. Cranston West earned three, as did Warwick Veterans. East Providence was honored with two top seeds â€“ sophomore heavyweight Jonah Aurelio and senior 160-pounder Jared Burrows. Bishop Hendricken, also expected to contend for the team title, got one.