Archive - Apr 6, 2011
CENTRAL FALLS- Krystyna Bubis 62, formerly of High Street passed away Sunday April 3, 2011 at the Miriam Hospital. She was the beloved wife of Edward Bubis.
Born in Poland she was a daughter of the Late Czeslaw and Helena (Krawczyk) Minota.
Mrs. Bubis was employed as a Cook at Darlington Assisted Living in Pawtucket.
Linda L. Camire
LINCOLN - Linda L. Camire, 63, of Lincoln, died Friday. She was the companion of James D. Coyle, Jr. Born in Attleboro, MA, she was the daughter of the late Chester and Laura (Roy) Badorek. Linda was employed as a sales associate for Totes & Isotoner at Wrentham Village. She is also survived by her daughters Darlene M. Jutras of Pawtucket and Dale A. Camire of Attleboro, MA, her brother John Badorek of Coventry and her grandson Tyler Jutras.
LINCOLN â€“ At the core of Bill Leeâ€™s multi-faceted personality is a baseball pitcher who remains fascinated -- even at the age of 64 -- by the process of getting batters out.
Lee came here on Wednesday to serve as keynote speaker at the annual â€śWelcome Home, PawSoxâ€ť luncheon hosted by the Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce. He walked into Kirkbrae Country Clubâ€™s dining area a few minutes before noon, dressed like a cowboy, his still-athletic frame topped off by a wide-brimmed hat that identified the former Red Sox pitcher as a man of great presence.
PAWTUCKET â€” Relief pitchers inherently are the most fickle commodity in baseball. Thatâ€™s why teams are inclined to stockpile as many candidates as they can each season, crossing oneâ€™s fingers that one or two arms pan out and solidify the foundation already in place.
PAWTUCKET â€” Mike McKenry doesnâ€™t completely feel like a stranger in a strange land. The new PawSox catcher has St. Raphael alumnus Chris Iannetta to thank for that.
PROVIDENCE â€” This Thursday, and every Pawsox home opening day thereafter, will officially be Ben Mondor Day in Rhode Island.
Pawsox President Mike Tamburro and Vice President and General Manager Lou Schwechheimer were on the dais of the House of Representatives Tuesday for the reading of a resolution to that effect that also passed the Senate and went immediately to Gov. Lincoln Chafee for his signature.