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Charles A. Kazarian

February 7, 2011

Charles A. Kazarian
PAWTUCKET - Charles A. Kazarian, 76, Korean War Veteran, of Pawtucket, died on Monday, February 07, 2011. He leaves his loyal companion, Margaret Almeida; his son, Alan Kazarian; his daughter, Sharon Morris and two grandsons, Tyler and Justin Morris. Funeral services will be private. Arrangements by COSTIGAN-O'NEILL Funeral Home, Pawtucket. For online condolences www.rifuneral.com

Judith M. Lanni

February 7, 2011

Judith M. Lanni

Frank A. Clemente

February 7, 2011

Frank A. Clemente
PAWTUCKET - Frank A. Clemente, 90, of 214 Roosevelt Avenue, Fogarty Housing, Pawtucket died Tuesday, February 7, 2011. He was the husband of the late Eleanor (Grimes) Clemente.
Mr. Clemente was born in North Providence the son of the late Gennara and Madeline(DePiro) Clemente. He was a United States Navy Veteran of WWII serving on the USS Cook Destroyer. He was a supervisor at the Ward Baking Company in Providence for many years.

George L. Fontaine

February 7, 2011

George L. Fontaine
NORTH SMITHFIELD - George L. Fontaine, 81, of Smithfield Rd., died Monday, February 7, 2011 in Oakland Grove Health Care Center, Woonsocket. He was the husband of Claudette M. (Methot) Fontaine whom were married April 11, 1953.
Born in Woonsocket, he was the son of the late George J. and Blanche (Bilodeau) Fontaine.
Mr. Fontaine worked as a General Contractor for E.R. Roy General Contractors, retiring in 1998. A WWII Navy Veteran, he was an avid woodworker and reader.

John S. Reid

February 7, 2011

John S. Reid
SOUTH ATTLEBORO - John S. Reid, 90, of Colvin Street, South Attleboro, died on Monday, January 31, 2011 at the Philip Hulitar Inpatient Hospice Center in Providence. He was the devoted husband of the late Evelyn Jessie (Richmond) Reid to whom he was married for 58 cherished years prior to her passing.
Born in Scotland on December 7, 1920, Mr. Reid was a son of the late Joseph and Martha (Stewart) Reid. He was a resident of Pawtucket prior to moving to South Attleboro in 1980.

JoAnn M. Lamontagne

February 7, 2011

JoAnn M. Lamontagne (NO PHOTO)
PAWTUCKET - JoAnn M. Lamontagne,of Cove Street, Pawtucket died February 5, 2011, at home surrounded by her loving family. She was the wife of Roger H. Lamontagne. They had been married 49 years.
Mrs. Lamontagne was born in Pawtucket the daughter of the late Salvatore and Concetta(Vicari) Cappello.
She was a clerk for the former Rojacks Supermarket and then Stop and Shop.
Besides her husband JoAnne leaves her son Alan Lamontagne and his wife Kimberly Lamontagne. She is also survived by her granddaughter Rebecca Lynn.

Clarence R. Ouellette

February 7, 2011

Clarence R. Ouellette
CENTRAL FALLS - Clarence R. "Larry" Ouellette. 84, passed February 5, 2011. He was the husband of Bertha T. (Pakuc) Ouellette. They have been married for 56 years.
Born in Pawtucket, RI the son of the late Francis A. and Arline (Charron) Ouellette.
He was a printer for Universal Press, The Sun Chronicle, and The Providence Visitor. He was a 4th degree member of the Knights of Columbus, Pawtucket, and was an avid fan of his children's sports programs. He served in the US Navy during WWII.

Lincoln Police use grant to buy UTV

February 7, 2011

LINCOLN — The Police Department has a new friend to aid in their pursuit of service, integrity and justice, the qualities named on every officer's badge.
It's called a UTV, or utility terrain vehicle, and the department purchased it recently courtesy of a federal Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant — one available through the U.S. Department of Justice — worth $13,784. Chief Brian Sullivan indicated the all-electric side-by-side Transport Pro Police UTV would be used to trek to areas ordinary cruisers can't.

Discussing the merits of divisional tournaments

February 7, 2011

Some high school hoop-related tidbits to pass along …

You could say the three divisional tournaments in boys’ basketball are suffering from the same symptoms normally associated with middle child syndrome. Blame such thinking on our minds being somewhere else, the focus instead on the chaos and suspense hovering over the squeeze-everything-in gauntlet needed to complete the regular season. There’s also a great deal of buzz in the air surrounding the open state tournament, the new frontier that will lead to the crowning of one champion.

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