Archive - Nov 8, 2013
Thomas P. O'Brien
NARRAGANSETT - Thomas P. O'Brien passed away on October 29, 2013. Born in Pawtucket, he was the beloved son of Norman F. and Jane M. O'Brien. Tom was a graduate of William M. Davies High School.
Besides his parents, Tom is survived by his brothers William O'Brien of Boston, Michael O'Brien of South Kingstown, Joseph O'Brien of Rehoboth and 1 niece and 5 nephews.
CUMBERLAND - Bertrand Thibault, "Bert" 83, passed at home on November 7th. He was the husband of the late Louisette Thibault.
Born in Coleraine, Canada, He was a son of the late George and Merilda (Jean) Thibault.
Bert had been employed as a Master Plumber and Pipe Fitter for over 50 years and was the former Plumbing Inspector for the City of Central Falls and a member of Local 51.
PAWTUCKET - Antonio LaRotonda "Anthony" 84 passed November 7th. He was the companion of Janet Carpenter. Born in Providence, he was the son of the late Oscar and Lena (Nassi) LaRotonda.
Besides his companion he is survived by six children, Rose Marie Kadiuraus, Anthony LaRotonda Jr, Michael LaRotonda, Gail Tipple, Greg LaRotonda and Brandi Mangual, two sisters, Margaret McElroy, and Norma Ricci, a brother George Vose, and many grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Antonio was the brother of the late Amelia LaRotonda.
Agnes A. Pendergrass
LINCOLN - Agnes A. Pendergrass, 82, of Lincoln, died Thursday at Trinity Health Ctr. She was the wife of the late Charles E. Pendergrass and the daughter of the late Herman and Alice (Smith) Davy. Agnes was the oldest of their 7 daughters.
She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Lonsdale for many years.
She is survived by her daughters Jean Costa of Lincoln, Carol Robillard of Woonsocket; her son Wayne Pendergrass of Lincoln and 2 sons of Central Falls; 18 grandchildren; 21 great grandchildren.
Normand Leo Lejeune
SUCCASUNNA, NJ - Normand Leo Lejeune, 80, passed away peacefully on Monday, November 4, 2013. He was the beloved husband of Viviane (Joyal) Lejeune for 58 years, together they resided in Succasunna, NJ for 32 years after moving from Rehoboth, MA. Born in Central Falls, RI, he was a son of the late Alfred and Yvonne (Bessette) Lejeune.
PAWTUCKET â€“ General Treasurer Gina Raimondo still isnâ€™t making any commitments to run for governor next year, but she told the Pawtucket Rotary Club Thursday that, if she does run her top priority would be to create job opportunities for Rhode Island.
Noting that the statistic quoted for unemployment in Rhode Island is above 9 percent (9.1), Raimondo told the Rotarians that if you count people with part-time jobs who want full-time employment, the rate is actually closer to 17 percent.