Archive - Feb 5, 2014
LINCOLN- Dennis P. Pacheco Sr, 90, of Lincoln Manor, passed away Tuesday at Rhode Island Hospital, Providence. He was the husband of Beatrice (Levesque) Pacheco, and they had been married 66 years.
Born in East Providence, he was the son of the late Manuel and Maria (Botelho) Pacheco. He resided on Webster Street in Lincoln for 28 years, moving to California for 10 years, and returning to Lincoln in 1992.
Mr. Pacheco was a United States Navy, World War II and Korean War Veteran.
Ovidio J. Garzoli
PAWTUCKET- Ovidio J. Garzoli- "Charlie" of Brewster Street Pawtucket died on February 4, 2014. He was the beloved husband of Virginia (King) Garzoli.
Mr. Garzoli was born in Pawtucket the son of the late Dominick and Assunta (Bonini) Garzoli. He worked at New England Linen for many years.
Charlie served in the United States Army as a constable in Germany after WWII. He was a longtime member of Holy Family Parish in Pawtucket.
Naseem A. Ayoub
SEEKONK- Naseem "Nas" A. Ayoub, 75, formerly of Seekonk, passed away peacefully on Sunday, February 2, 2014 in Naples, FL with his beloved wife of 46 years, Ann M. (Davignon) Ayoub, by his side.
Born in Pawtucket, he was a son of the late Assad and Mary (Moussab) Ayoub.
LINCOLN â€“National Signing Day 2014 in college football circles is well underway this morning and we have some news concerning a local prospect to pass along.
Oseh-Lie Saine, a 2013 graduate of Lincoln High School, has officially joined the Boston College football team. The news was announced via Twitter under @BCFootballNews: â€śOsei-Lie Saine joins the BC football team! The DL earned all-Rhode Island 1st-team honors at Lincoln HS.â€ť
BC lists Saine as a defensive end who measures out at 6-foot-4, 265 pounds. He played a post-graduate year at Worcester Academy this past autumn.
PAWTUCKET â€“ Based on his court-side demeanor late in his squadâ€™s intense Division II tussle with North stalwart Scituate High on Tuesday night, St. Raphael Academy head coach Fred Saunders seemed both miffed and anxious at his girlsâ€™ turnovers and lack of offense.
Once the Saints had clinched a solid 44-38 crossover victory over the Spartans, however, he slowly became more gregarious.