If you'd like, donations can be made in Olive's name to the Waterbury VNA, the Waterbury Hospital Radiology Department, the Leever Cancer Center or a charity of your choosing. Also, you could just buy a scratch ticket and ask Olive for luck!
Ms. Ruth H. Arbogast: Retired from Kaman Aircraft Edward J. Beers: Was school bus driver Thomas J. Flanagan Jr.: Was Waterbury Elk Ms. Verna Floyd: Loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother Ms. Irene Marie Sommer Gamble: Worked in Woodbury schools Mrs. Ada Manfredonia: Leaves sister in Waterbury Mrs. Ruby S. Meier: Owned The Middlebury Store Thomas Parker: Died Monday Mrs. Eileen Sarajak: Was Girl Scout leader
The "Waterbury Republican" lists its daily obits with a brief description of the person
A snob and proud of it, Mrs. Kenward composed numbingly undramatic accounts of parties, with long lists of names preceded by unfailingly complimentary adjectives and with their relative importance encoded for her privileged readership by idiosyncratic punctuation.
Jim was a skilled wood crafter, an avid UConn women's basketball, Boston Red Sox, and New England Patriots fan. He also enjoyed bird watching and was known to many as "Grampy". Jim will be remembered for his patience, generosity, and kindness, along with his favorite quote, "Do you want a poke in the nose?", and singing with his grandchildren on the way to the Poppe Shop, the "Poppe Shop Song", a playful song he made up himself.
Times Argus, The (Montpelier-Barre, VT) January 16, 2010 Section: OBITUARIES Eleanor Jane Albigese WASHINGTON - Eleanor Jane "Casey" Albigese died on Jan. 13, 2010. She did not want an obituary. To honor her, you are invited to contribute to the causes that were important to her, since books and animals sustained her during life. Worcester Veterinary Care: The Mitzvah Fund, 10 Elmore Road, Worcester, VT 05682. Calef Library, Main Street, Washington, VT 05675.
Writer of notes and wearer of pearls, she kept a framed photo of Henry James in her kitchen and a rosary on her night stand. She taught Trollope well into her 80s, and while sensible in the extreme, also had the most contagious sense of occasion.