Archive - Mar 17, 2011
Josephine C. Warzycha
CUMBERLAND - Josephine C. Warzycha 86, of Mendon Road passed away Wednesday March 16, 2011. She was the beloved wife of the late Joseph W. Warzycha Sr.
Born in Central Falls she was a daughter of the late Jacob and Catherine (Bobola) Bernat. She lived in Cumberland for the past 5 years and was formerly of Pawtucket.
Before retiring she was employed as a Bookkeeper for the Warzycha Construction Co. of Pawtucket and the Paper Scene of Attleboro. She also worked for the former Franklin Supply Co. as a Bookkeeper.
PAWTUCKET - Phyllis Tumidajski 83, of Fortin Avenue passed away Wednesday March 16, 2011. She was the beloved wife of the late Joseph F. Tumidajski.
Born in Taunton, MA she was a daughter of the late Walenty and Josephine (Salek) Majkut. She lived in Pawtucket most of her life.
Before retiring she was employed as a Seamstress in the Pawtucket area.
Phyllis was an avid Polka Dancer.
Janet C. Riendeau
PAWTUCKET: Janet C. Riendeau 55, passed March 16th with her loving family by her side. She was the wife of Ronald Riendeau.
She was the daughter of the late George W. and Blanche (Peloquin) McConnell.
Besides her husband she is survived by her loving children, Corey, Meghan, and Courtney Seebeck, Ronald and Rebecca Riendeau and Rosa Silva, a sister, Susan Sampers, 14 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.
Bernice A. Adams
CENTRAL FALLS - Bernice A. (Brown) Adams, 89, formerly of Washington St., passed away Tuesday, March 15, 2011. She was the beloved wife of the late Donald P. Adams. Born in Worcester, Massachusetts, a daughter of the late Nile and Louise (DeLong) Brown, she resided in Central Falls over fifty-five years.
The seasons come and the seasons go.
Another winter of high school sports in our region has come to an end (except for Mount St. Charles hockey, both the boys and the girls).
It wasnât a particularly great campaign for teams from the Blackstone Valley. St. Raphael Academy did win the boysâ basketball open tournament. That was no small achievement, especially after the Saints limped to the finish line during the regular season and made a quick exit from the division playoffs.
Life is about second chances and the Saints made the most of their opportunity.
PAWTUCKET â It's just a study at this point, but an educational building consultant hired to evaluate the conditions of the city's schools told the School Committee Tuesday night that all of them need to be either revamped or replaced to the tune of almost $153 million.
PAWTUCKET â Cumberland resident Jocelynn White will never forget one of her first assemblies as a âBooks Are Wingsâ volunteer.
Two years ago, she and President Monique Renaud â also White's aunt â decided to bring in a professional storyteller to read to children during a âBAWâ Book Party at the city's Fallon Elementary School.
After the duet had given to students the books of their choice, she was stunned at her observation.