Archive - Jan 2, 2013
Wilbert O. Beausoleil
PAWTUCKET - Wilbert "Bill" O. Beausoleil, 92, of Emerald Bay Manor, Cumberland, formerly of Pawtucket, passed away Wednesday, January 2, 2013. He was the beloved husband of the late Delia (Kokash) Beausoleil.
Earle C. Lewis
RIVERSIDE - Earle C. Lewis, age 93, of Riverside Terrace, passed away on January 1, 2013 at Home & Hospice Care of Rhode Island.
Born in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada he moved to the United States in 1949. Earle was a Sergeant in the Canadian army, serving in WWII in the European Theater. He was also a member of the Knights of Pythisius in New Glasgow. He was preceded in death by his parents B. A. Lewis and Ethel (Hardy) Lewis, 16 siblings and his wife of 50 years, Isabel S. (Grant) Lewis.
Albert J. Beaucage
CUMBERLAND - Albert "Jimmy" J. Beaucage, 69, of Oak Hill Drive, Cumberland passed away Monday, Dec. 31, in the Oak Hill Nursing Home, Pawtucket. He was the husband of Eileen (Lariviere) Beaucage.
Born in Pawtucket, he was the son of the late Charles and Yvonne (St. Hillaire) Beaucage. He resided in Cumberland for the past 33 years, previously residing in Lincoln.
Leo J. Incerpi
THE VILLAGES, FL. - Leo J. Incerpi, 75, of The Villages and formerly of Cumberland passed away Monday in The Promise Hospital of Florida, Oxford, FL. He was the beloved husband of Mary M. (Boulais) Incerpi.
Born in Pawtucket he was the son of the late Ilio and Marie E. (Molhan) Incerpi-Soper. He resided in Florida for the past 7 years previously living in Cumberland.
He was employed as a supervisor for the Boston Concession Group for 25 years until his retirement. Leo was also a Life Member of the LeFoyer Club, Pawtucket.
Mary L. Brodeur
CENTRAL FALLS - Mary L. Brodeur, 101, of Shawmut Avenue, entered into new life on December 29, 2012 joining her beloved husband Lucien J. Brodeur and cherished daughters, Cecile M. Laperche and Emma L. Bergeron.
She leaves 5 children: Anna H. Tetreault of New Bern, NC, Roy L. Brodeur of Cumberland, Br. Lucien L. Brodeur of Attleboro, MA, Arlene L. Brodeur of Central Falls and Linda A. Walker of Lincoln. 15 grandchildren, 27 great grand children and many nieces & nephews.
Agnes V. Flodin
PAWTUCKET - Agnes V. (Boedeker) Flodin passed away peacefully on Sunday, December 30, 2012. She was the beloved wife of the late Gilbert E. Flodin.
Born in Providence, she was the youngest of nine children of the late Charles and Jennie (Flynn) Boedeker. Agnes worked for the American Heart Association; Cherry & Webb; Home Insurance/Home Indemnity and New England Telephone. She was a longtime member of Newman Congregational Church, Rumford.
Raymond J. Guimond
NORTH ATTLEBORO - Raymond J. Guimond, 60, of, North Attleboro, died unexpectedly at his residence on December 22, 2012. Husband of Lynda T. (Geraghty) Guimond.
Born in Attleboro on March 18, 1952, he was the son of the late Harvey and Theresa (Fournier) Guimond. He was a lifelong resident of North Attleboro and had attended Sacred Heart School and was a 1971 graduate of North Attleboro High School.
Mr. Guimond was employed as a section leader for the former Foxboro Company, now Invenys, for more than 40 years until his illness in July 2012.
CENTRAL FALLS â€“ Delivering his inaugural address in both English and Spanish, new Mayor James Diossa declared that Central Falls â€śhas struggled through its darkest days,â€ť but â€śtime has come to build a new futureâ€ť for the city.
PROVIDENCE â€“ The 2013 General Assembly session began Tuesday with leaders of both chambers emphasizing the importance of turning Rhode Islandâ€™s ailing economy around and improving its business climate.
Commencing his fourth term as Speaker of the House, Gordon Fox invoked the memory of Abraham Lincoln, saying, â€śThe struggle of today is not altogether for today. It is for a vast future also.â€ť