Archive - Jul 29, 2011
WEST WARWICK â€“ Instead of dwelling on Thursdayâ€™s loss to Collette Vacations Post 79, the boys from Cumberland Post 14 answered the challenge of keeping its season alive.
Top-seeded Post 14 lives to fight another day thanks to eight standout innings from knuckleball artist Zach Perry and key hits from Tyler Santaniello and Nick Zammarelli. Almost forgotten in the aftermath of Fridayâ€™s 5-2 win against defending champion New England Frozen Lemonade/Shields Post 43 was the spectacular â€“ some may argue season-saving â€“ catch Matt Sorkin made in center field to end the top of the first inning.
Edmond A. Tetreault, Jr.
PAWTUCKET - Edmond A. "Eddie" "Brother" Tetreault, Jr., 68 of Pawtucket died on Wednesday at Home & Hospice Care of Rhode Island in Providence. Born in Central Falls, a son of the late Edmond A., Sr. and Yvonne B. (Berthiaume) Tetreault, he had resided in Pawtucket since 1978. He was a former communicant of Sacred Heart Church.
Survivors are three sisters: Rita Lanoue of Central Falls, Lucie (Robert) Holland of Pawtucket and Claire (Harold) Hague of Lincoln and several nieces and nephews. He was the brother-in-law of the late Normand Lanoue.
Betty C. Shaw
SEEKONK, MA - Betty C. Shaw, 84, of Seekonk, MA died peacefully at Blue Hills Alzheimer's Care Center in Stoughton, MA on Wednesday, July 27. She was the wife of the late Harry E. Shaw. Born in Pawtucket, she was educated in East Pawtucket Schools. She was a member of the Memorial Baptist Church in Seekonk and enjoyed gardening & dancing. Betty was a receiver for Ann & Hope in Seekonk before retiring at age 62.
Theresa M. Procter
PAWTUCKET - Theresa "Terri" Madeline (Hanson) Procter, 74, passed away Friday, July 29, 2011 at the New Bedford Rehabilitation Hospital, after a prolonged illness, surrounded by her loving family. She was the beloved wife of the late Raymond Procter.
The fourth week in July means the following:
1). The bombardment of back-to-school commercials, serving as a cruel reality check and a reminder that summer reading will not be accomplished through osmosis or CliffsNotes.
2). Thereâ€™s roughly a month remaining in the minor league season. Where does the time go?
3). Another fast-moving July 31 trading deadline is just days away from building toward a crescendo.