Archive - Mar 7, 2013
KINGSTON â€“ Just what exactly can North Smithfieldâ€™s princes of the hardwood expect at URIâ€™s Ryan Center on Friday?
Upon some discussion with two area Division I boysâ€™ basketball head coaches whose teams squared off against Classical this winter, the general consensus is that if North Smithfield so much as sneezes the wrong way, T.J. Ciolfiâ€™s crew could end up trapped in a spider web with little or no chance of escape.
Joseph E. Everton Sr.
PAWTUCKET - Joseph E. Everton Sr., 53, passed peacefully March 6th with his family by his side. He was the fianc of Linda
Born in Attleboro, he was the son of the late Clinton and Dorothy (Shaw) Everton.
Joseph had been employed by Masbro Polishing for 33 years.
Besides his fianc he is survived by two sons, Joseph E. Everton Jr, and Trever Everton, two daughters, Nicole Gay and Barbara Pereira, a brother, Paul Everton, a sister, Deborah
Hall, 4 grandchildren and several nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews.