Archive - Jun 14, 2013 - Obituary
Omer J. Sicard
PAWTUCKET - Omer J. Sicard, 74, died peacefully on Friday, June 14, 2013 at Home and Hospice Care of Rhode Island, Providence. He was born in Pawtucket, the son of the late Omer and Imelda (Samson) Sicard and lived his entire life in the Blackstone Valley. He retired after more than thirty years as a froster from Osram-Sylvania, Central Falls. Omer was a U.S. Army veteran, serving in Korea during the Vietnam Era.
Raymond E. Riendeau
PAWTUCKET - Raymond E. Riendeau, 80 of Pawtucket died Friday at his home. He was the husband of the late Claire(LaPorte) Riendeau. Born in Albany, VT he was the son of the late Eugene and Gertrude (Authier) Riendeau. He has been a Pawtucket resident most of his life.
Raymond is a Navy veteran and served on the USS Oriskany in the Korean War. Prior to his retirement he was employed for many years by the City of Pawtucket and was a Sexton at St. Cecilia's Parish in Pawtucket, RI. He was involved in Cub and Boy Scouts Troop 28 at St. Cecilia's and a member of LeFoyer.
William A. Kaplan
CUMBERLAND William A. Kaplan, 64, passed away Tuesday June 11, 2013 at his residence.
Born in Pawtucket he was a beloved son of the late Walter A. "Jimmy" and Pauline (Vasiliev) Kaplan. He was a life long resident of Cumberland.
He was employed by the Cumberland School Department as a Custodian and prior to that he worked for the former Newman Crosby Steel Co. for 25 years.
Bill was a Vietnam Veteran serving as a Sergeant with the U.S. Air Force. He was a member of the Filibuster Club of Cumberland.
Antoine "Tony" C. Boulanger, Jr.
PAWTUCKET - Antoine "Tony" C. Boulanger, Jr., 85, passed away Wednesday, June 12, 2013. He was the beloved husband of the late Muriel (LaPorte) Boulanger and the former husband of Thelma L. (Rose) Boulanger. Born in Warren, a son of the late Antoine C. and Bertha (Mikulski) Boulanger, he resided in Pawtucket most of his life.
Tony was a World War II U.S. Navy veteran. He was a news photographer for The Times for over thirty years until retiring. Tony was also a writer, painter and avid Rhode Island history buff.