Archive - Oct 15, 2012
Catherine R. Athaide
PROVIDENCE - Athaide, Catherine R. (Chevalier), "Kitty" 87, died October 15, 2012.
She was the wife of the late Raymond J. Paquette and the late Gerald Athaide; mother of Catherine M. (Philip) Kaminski and Raymond F. (Gail) Paquette; stepmother of Janice M. Gray, Gary G. (Christine) Athaide and Glenn A. (Kristina) Athaide; sister of Mary Jane M. Kapinos, the late Frank Chevalier and Ruth Letender. Also survived by nine grandchildren.
Charlotte A. Hull
PAWTUCKET - Charlotte A. Hull, 87, of Central Avenue passed away Sunday October 14, 2012 at Chestnut Terrace Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in East Providence. She was the beloved wife of the late Aloysius S. Hull Sr.
Born in Providence she was a daughter of the late Joseph L. and Mary F. (Cronan) McCall. She lived in Pawtucket for the past 52 years.
Before retiring she and her husband owned and operated the former Merry Go Round Caf and the former General Von Stubens Lounge both of Providence.
Anita E. Wims
PAWTUCKET - Anita E. (Kelly) Wims, 90, a loving wife and devoted mother, passed away peacefully at home on Friday, October 12, 2012. She was the beloved wife of the late Francis Mickey J. Wims.
Elaine A. Basque
ATTLEBORO - Elaine A. Basque, 64, died October 12, 2012 in Boston. She was the wife of James "Jimmy" Basque for over 31 years.
Born February 18, 1948 in Attleboro, she lived in Attleboro & North Attleboro all her life.
Elaine worked as an assistant buyer and administrative assistant at Englehard in Plainville which became Wolverine Joining Technology in Warwick where she celebrated 46 years with the company in June.
She is also survived by many devoted family & friends.
LINCOLN â€” You bought an E-Book reader, a Kindle or an iPad, and now youâ€™re wondering where to find something to read.
Yes, there are plenty of e-book websites to visit and buy the latest hot read for your device, but did you know there are also ways to download a book similar to checking one out from your local library?
Nancy Ross, assistant director of the Lincoln Public Library, says an increasing number of library patrons are taking advantage of the library's e-book lending program and she sees that interest as only increasing in the future as more people learn how to use the service.