Archive - May 31, 2011
CRANSTON â€” Wearing pink shirts to signify Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Cumberland High stood out on the golf course.
By the time the first round of the RIIL Golf State Tournament was finished Tuesday afternoon at a sun-drenched Cranston Country Club, the Clippers also stood out on the leaderboard.
Jamison Randall tied medalist honors, firing an even-par 71. Behind the talented senior, the rest of the Clippers didnâ€™t do so badly either. Senior teammates Mike Ray and Jack Andrade each carded a 79 and sophomore Brendan Guerin posted an 83.
PAWTUCKET - Rose-Helene Jutras, 79, of Chaplin Street, died Sunday, May 29, at Rhode Island Hospital, Providence. She was the wife of the late George Jutras.
Born in the Albion section of Lincoln, a daughter of the late Adelard and Leonide (DesGrandes) Gagne, she had lived in Pawtucket since 1951.
Mrs. Jutras was cleaner at Albion Mills, a patternsetter at Health-Tex, and a welder at Texas Instruments, retiring in 1998. She was a communicant of St. Cecilia Church, Pawtucket.
CENTRAL FALLS - Sheila Cabral, 55, of Shawmut Ave, died unexpectedly on Wednesday. She was the wife of Edward Cabral.
She was the daughter of the late Armand Larosee and Bertha Larosee of Pawtucket.
Besides her husband she is survived by three children, Jeffrey and Kellie Cabral, both of Cumberland, and Jake Cabral of Central Falls, three grandchildren, Dynasty, Raejene, and Paersen, two brothers, Kenny Larosee and Alan Larosee, both of Las Vegas.
PAWTUCKET - Virginia C. Perron, 77, formerly of Fern Street, Pawtucket and a resident of Emerald Bay Manor, Cumberland, passed away Saturday, May 28, 2011 surrounded by her loving family.
She was the wife of the late Leonard F. Perron Sr.
Mrs. Perron was born in Pawtucket, a lifelong resident, the daughter of the late Antonio and Violet (Formica) Maciminio. She was a longtime member St. Joseph's Parish in Pawtucket and a member of the Seniors group there.
PAWTUCKET - Benvindo M. Correia, 72, of Bloomingdale Ave. died May 28, 2011. He was the husband of Zeferina (Monteiro) Correia and the late Maria (Gomes) Correia.
Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis, left, presents Shea Director of Applied Learning Michael Connolly with the National Association of Secretaries of State 2010 Medallion for his leadership in launching a statewide mock election initiative that involved nearly 25 percent of the state's public high schools and for the work that heâ€™s done over the last couple of years with Shea's Government and Public Administration Academy.
WOONSOCKET - It was the longest war in American history and the most unpopular American war of the 20th century. It resulted in nearly 60,000 American deaths and an estimated two million Vietnamese deaths.
Forty-seven years after enlisting for Vietnam, Richard W. Schatz says he holds no regrets for his decision, especially at a time when so many of his friends were actively protesting the war.