Archive - Feb 28, 2011
PAWTUCKET - Helen Lusko 94, of Primrose Street passed away Saturday February 26, 2011 at Home & Hospice Care of RI. She was the beloved wife of the late John Lusko.
Born in Central Falls she was a daughter of the late Mike and Mary (Kazukewich) Kober. She lived in Pawtucket for the past 70 years.
Before retiring she was employed in the Blackstone Valley Area as a Textile Weaver for many years.
PAWTUCKET - Fernando Ferreira, 86, formerly of York Avenue, passed away Sunday in the Mansion Nursing Home, Central Falls. He was the husband of Maria H. (Mendes) Ferreira.
Born in Ferraria, Porto de Mos, Portugal, he was the son of the late Gracinda Ferreira. He moved to this country in 1969, settling in Pawtucket.
He was employed by the American Insulated Wire Company of Pawtucket for many years, retiring in 1987. He was previously a tailor in Mira de Aire, Portugal.
Mr. Ferreira was a communicant of Our Lady of Fatima Church, Cumberland.
Eileen F. Winiarski
PAWTUCKET- Eileen F. Winiarski formerly of Manton Street passed away Friday February 25, 2011. She was the beloved wife of the late Frank P. Winiarski.
Born in Providence she was a daughter of the late Hiram and Ethel V.(Day) Newton. She lived in Pawtucket for the past 44 years and was formerly of Greenville.
Before retiring in 2000 she worker as a Jewelry and Box Maker for the former Dale Box Co. and also worked as a Machine operator and Sample Maker.
She was a Past Noble Grand of the International Order of Odd Fellows Manchester Unity Manchester, England.
Doris R. Gaumond
PAWTUCKET - Doris R. Gaumond, 86, of Lawn Avenue, Pawtucket died Saturday, February 26, 2011. She was the wife of the late Raymond Gaumond.
Mrs. Gaumond was born in the Albion section of Lincoln the daughter of the late Philibert and Florida (Lacombe) Riel. She was a binder for the former Samuel P. Harris Company for many years.
PROVIDENCE â€” Regular season dual-meet results donâ€™t carry over into the tournament season. Each wrestler, no matter how big his reputation and how long his list of accomplishments, must begin anew when the opening whistle sounds to start a tournament match.
Thatâ€™s the beauty of this sport, which focuses on a team aspect during the dual-meet season. The emphasis changes to individual results during the postseason.
As the regular season winds down, the discussion for postseason awards and other laurels heats up. Suddenly the office water cooler or neighborhood establishment becomes the spot to discuss and dissect the merits of potential candidates, while those given autonomy to cast a vote sit down with pen, paper and DVD player, study tea leaves and rub the Magic 8-Ball before filling out the ballot.
PAWTUCKET -- When Steve Reynolds took over the reins as Tolman Highâ€™s hockey coach in the winter of â€™08, he inherited a team that not only graduated a talented senior class that reached the Division II quarterfinals the previous season, but was short on upperclassmen and bodies.
He also had his share of first-year players on his 16-player roster that season, and one of them was a familiar name who starred for the Tigersâ€™ football and wrestling teams the past couple of seasons, Kyle Coutu.