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Memorial Announcements

Memorial announcements are sent to class members through either a letter or email, and are listed in the monthly enewsletter @NU and quarterly in The Record. In addition, a list of deceased alumni, known as the Roll of Honor, is read each year at Homecoming and printed in the annual Homecoming program.

Use the search fields below to view available obituaries.

If you know of an alumnus/a or friend who has passed away recently, please send the notice and a copy of the obituary (if available) to Norwich.  Mail to The Alumni Office, 158 Harmon Drive, Northfield, Vermont 05663, call 802.485.2100, fax 802.485.2156, or email us.

If you would like more information regarding a name on this list, feel free to contact Norwich at the information above.  Please note that we do not have a detailed obituary for all names listed,  but those we do are clickable links to the full obituary below. Obituaries that appear below were provided by the family or friends of the deceased to inform the Norwich community.

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In Memoriam Heather C. Bly 3/22/2019  
Deceased 11/5/1997
In Memoriam Brian Dillon 3/22/2019  
N/a - Deceased 12/17/2018
In Memoriam Helen L. Manning 3/22/2019  
N/A - Deceased 10/2/2015
In Memoriam Alice McMillan 3/22/2019  
N/A - Deceased 12/27/2018
In Memoriam Sally Monahan 3/22/2019  
N/A - Deceased 4/24/2017
In Memoriam Mark Porter 3/22/2019  
N/A - Deceased 7/14/2007
In Memoriam Thelma I. Beyerl 3/18/2019  
Obituary of Thelma I. Beyerl
NISKAYUNA - Thelma I. Beyerl (Tippie) 87, of Pine Ridge Road, Niskayuna passed away Monday, March 18, 2019 at Kingsway Nursing Center. Born in Massachusetts, she is the daughter of the late Nelson and Grace Patchett and sister of the late Robert Patchett. Tippie is survived by her best friend and loving husband of 67 years Edwin J. Beyerl; her children James E. Beyerl (Barbara), Robert M. Beyerl (Marge) and Nanci L. Beyerl (Conard) ; her grandchildren, Major Thomas Beyerl, US Army (Mindy), Jeffrey Beyerl (Ashley), Mathew White, Randy White, and Stacy Lewis (Caleb); and her great grandchildren Alex Beyerl and Kate Beyerl.

Tippie was a graduate of Vermont Junior College, Montpelier, VT, in 1951. Following Ed's service in the Korean War, Tippie moved to Schenectady with her husband Ed. Tippie was a real estate agent for Veronica W. Lynch for over 20 years. She retired in 2001. During her career she won many awards, including sales person of the year.

Tippie gave her time to many community organizations. She was one of the founding members of the Women's Auxiliary to the Schenectady County Bar Association and a volunteer nurse's aide at St Clare's Hospital. Her warmth and charm drew people to her.

Tippie was an avid golfer and enjoyed motorcycling and skiing with her husband Ed. She was a member of the Mohawk Golf Club for over 60 years. Tippie's love of animals was limitless. She was an instructor with Schenectady Dog Training Club for over 7 years and showed her beloved dog Markie at various schools, demonstrating Markie's obedience. In her later years she loved to play bridge at the Mohawk Golf Club and was involved in Peaceful Acres, a horse rescue farm in Pattersonville, NY, owned by her daughter Nanci Beyerl. She found great joy in tending to farm chores with her daughter. She leaves behind a loving husband, family and many beloved friends.

Funeral Service Wednesday 12 Noon at Daly Funeral Home, 242 McClellan St. Calling Hours will precede the service from 10-12 . Interment Vale Cemetery .

Gifts in her memory may be made to Peaceful Acres Horses, Inc., 3740 Rynex Corners Road , Pattersonville, NY 12137.

In Memoriam Michele G. Aylward 3/11/2019  
Michele G. Aylward BARRE TOWN - Michele Gretchen Aylward, 52, passed away peacefully following a brief illness on Monday, March 11, 2019 at the UVM Medical Center in Burlington, surrounded by her loving family. Born on July 22, 1966 in Framingham, Massachusetts, she was the daughter of Michael Aylward and Monique Cartier. She attended Barre Town Elementary School and graduated from Williamstown High School. She then graduated Magna Cum Laude from Norwich University with a degree in psychology followed later by a degree from Vermont Technical College in Dental Hygiene. Michele loved her career as a dental hygienist at The Health Center in Plainfield and spoke frequently of her "work family" and how supportive and loving they always were to her. Michele's ultimate joy stemmed from three names, Jack, Destini, and Kylie. Michele was always very family-driven and when these three blessings came into her life, she was passionately committed. They were her motivation and center of her life. In addition to her children, cooking and baking were activities that topped her list. She especially loved baking; many of her friends and family were fortunate to receive one of her beautifully decorated cakes. She also loved her furry friends and cared for several pets over the years. Michele's greatest gifts to us were her love, her effervescent personality (we always knew when she entered a room), her exuberance, her glorious smile, her infectious laughter and, most of all, the wonderful memories we have all individually created with her which will always give us comfort in moving forward. Lastly, we know she will forever be 'giving us sugar.' Survivors include her three beautiful children, Jack, Destini, and Kylie; her father, Michael Aylward and his wife Agnes; her mother, Monique Cartier and her life partner Richard Trombley; her brothers Shannon Aylward and his wife, Linda and Marcus Aylward and his wife, Cari; her sisters Maria Aylward and her partner, Jeff Sherman, and Kristin Pelkey and husband, Chris; her additional siblings Joe Estivill and Dena Estivill; as well as several aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews. Family and friends may gather at the Barre Lodge of Elks #1535, at 10 Jefferson Street, Barre, VT on Sunday, March 17, 2019 starting at 11:00 a.m. followed by a celebration of Michele's life that will begin at 1:00 p.m. The family asks that in lieu of flowers donations be sent to The Health Center, P.O. Box 320, Plainfield, VT 05667. The Hooker and Whitcomb Funeral Home, 7 Academy St., Barre assisted the Aylward family with the arrangements. For a memorial guestbook, visit
In Memoriam Nicholas H. Collins 2/14/2019  
Nicholas Herman Collins took his "final hike," as he called it, passing quietly the evening of February 14th, 2019. He was born March 2nd, 1932 to Mary and Earl Collins of Brattleboro, Vermont. He lost his daughter Wendy in 1977 and wife Elaine in 2001.

Nick graduated an engineer from Norwich University ROTC in '55; he peeled 32 tons of potatoes to cover the cost. A Vermont Guardsman in college, he entered the US Army as an Armor officer, then crossed to Transportation and retired a lieutenant colonel. Over 29 years, he had one tour in South Korea and two in Vietnam, postings in Germany and The Netherlands, and a half-dozen assignments across the USA; he also earned his MBA from George Washington University. Nick then joined the Army Corps of Engineers' Cold Regions Research and Engineering Lab in Hanover, NH for 17 years as a Physical Scientist. Amongst many accomplishments, he helped develop a snowplow kit for HMMWVs, and deployed to Southwest Asia and Europe to install kits and train drivers. He retired from CRREL in 2002, then worked another 10 years as a volunteer. Earning Star Scout before his scoutmaster went to war, Nick returned to Scouting in 1974 as an assistant scoutmaster.

He rescued Hanover NH Troop 45 in the 1980s, as its scoutmaster and committee chairman for several decades. Nick served seven National Jamborees, working logistics to keep 30,000 Scouts fed. He was a Wood Badge instructor, and had the privilege of learning and instructing at Gilwell Park in England, home of adult Scouter training. Nick ran 57 WB courses and trained thousands of Scouters, who went on to teach hundreds of thousands of Scouts across the nation. He was honored at the council and regional level with the Silver Beaver and Silver Antelope awards.

Nick dedicated 73 years to the National Ski Patrol, the longest continuously-serving patroller in the nation. At his 65-year awards celebration, he was presented the Eastern Division Distinguished Service Award and Patriot Star. He learned to ski at Brattleboro's Guilford Street Ski Tow in 1938, shoveling snow after closing to earn a 35 ticket for the next day. In 1997, Nick help resurrect that ski hill as the Brattleboro Ski Hill at Living Memorial Park. He overhauled the lift, obtained a grooming machine, and installed snowmaking. He operated the hill entirely with volunteers because he loved The Park and the thousands of children it served over the years.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a memorial contribution to: Living Memorial Park Snow Sports, PO Box 1945, Brattleboro, VT 05302. A very gentle, kind, no-nonsense soul, Nick got things done, and done well. He did not let things slide, did not make mountains out of molehills, usually found the good in anybody, and made time for the lad who seemed a bit "left out" or lost. Nick gave many, many hours to innumerable other causes. He is survived by his sister Ellen Brouillette of Chesham, NH; son Wesley (Susan); granddaughters Alexandra (Andrew) Collins Gambarani; and Caitlin (Joshua) Chastain and their daughter Imogen Wendy. He is also survived by countless Veterans, Patrollers, Lions Club brothers and sisters, Scouts, Scouters and fellow Buffalo whom he called "friend."

A memorial service will be held June 8th at 1:00 p.m. at the Collins Family Cemetery, Collins Rd, Marlboro, Vermont. After a short service we'll have a BBQ social and talk about "All Things Nick." Bring a chair and stay a while...
Published in Brattleboro Reformer on Mar. 13, 2019
In Memoriam Ann DeMond 3/4/2019  
Ann Ainsworth SPRINGFIELD - Ann Ainsworth, 62, passed away on Monday evening March 4, 2019 at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H. She was born March 14, 1956 in Springfield, Vermont, the daughter of Palmer and Aino (Palm) Ainsworth. She attended Springfield schools, graduating from Springfield High School, class of 1974. In 1976 she graduated from Norwich University with a degree in nursing. Ann was a Registered Nurse with Springfield Hospital in Springfield, Vermont for over 35 years. Ann was a longtime member of the Springfield Community Band, and a member of the Unitarian Universalist Church in Springfield, Vt. She enjoyed hiking and skiing and years ago volunteered with the Okemo Mountain Ski Patrol. She enjoyed dowsing and was a certified Dowser. She loved animals, especially her dogs. She is survived by her husband of 32 years, Kevin G. Demond; daughter Elizabeth Chizmar; two sons, Jason Chizmar and Michael Chizmar; two sisters, Susan Ainsworth-Daniels, and Dana Leone; one brother, John Prescott; nine grandchildren and several nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by her parents and by one sister Linda Ainsworth. Friends may call at the Davis Memorial Chapel on Friday evening March 8, 2019 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., and Saturday afternoon from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. A Memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday March 9, 2019 at the Davis Memorial Chapel in Springfield, Vermont. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in her name to the Springfield Community Band, P.O. Box 342, Springfield, VT 05156.
In Memoriam C. Bradford Irvine 2/5/2019  
C. Bradford Irvine, 64, of Pennington, NJ, Marco Island, FL, and Bolton Landing, NY, a loving husband, father, brother, and grandfather passed away peacefully of natural causes on February 5th, 2019. Born in Niskayuna, he was a graduate of Niskayuna High school in 1972 , he earned his BS at SUNY Albany and went on to earn his MBA from Norwich University. Brad worked for General Electric for 33 years in a variety of progressive leadership roles in the USA and globally. In 1984, he became president of Benche Inc , a family business. A dedicated and thoughtful leader, he retired from GE in 2015 as the President of GE Technology and Trademark Licensing. Passionate about his work and colleagues, Brad thrived when collaboratively working with others through innovation and creativity, choosing to continue his creative work by partnering with visionaries in a variety of industries. After retiring in 2015, he co-founded Wise Labs, a community of experienced scientists and engineers. Brad was very active in the community of Bolton Landing, and a partner of The Algonquin Restaurant, The Lone Bull and Twin Bolton Llc. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends at Lake George and was a long standing member of the Lake George Club. Brad was an avid sportsman , snow skiing, boating, golfing, tennis, following the Buffalo Bills, and traveling extensively at home and abroad with his family. Brad was generous with his time and support for those in need , children and adopting dogs . Brad was predeceased by his parents John and Ann Irvine. Survived by his wife Kris; his children Bryan (Stacey), Lindsay Agudo (Matt), Daniel, Thomas and Hayley ; his sister Liz McGinnis (Randy Kaiser); his grandchildren Emma And James Agudo ; Elizabeth Irvine; and his nieces Ashley and Kelly McGinnis. Memorial donations may be made in Brad's name The family will hold a private ceremony at a later date.
Published in The Daily Gazette on Mar. 10, 2019
In Memoriam Douglas E. MacNab 1/1/2014  
In Memoriam Salvatore P. Pizzimenti 3/16/2019  
Salvatore "Sam" Pizzimenti, age 66, of Gloucester passed away on March 15, 2019 peacefully, surrounded by family.
Born January 24, 1953, he was the son of the late Mary Rose (Parisi) Pizzimenti and Vincent Pizzimenti. After graduating from Gloucester High School in 1971, he attended Bridgeton Academy and then went on to Norwich University, attaining both his undergraduate and Master's Degrees, in physical education.
Sam had an innate passion for sports. He was so proud to be recognized by induction into the Gloucester High School Hall of Fame in 1995 for his involvement in many sports. In 2011, he was further honored when inducted into the Norwich Hall of Fame for football and lacrosse.
A lifelong resident of Gloucester, MA, he was very ingrained in the community, coaching youth football and little league. Sam was extremely honored to carry the St. Peter's statue, for many years, alongside his brother Anthony and late father Vincent ("Jimmy").
Sam was blessed with amazing friendships, some spanning decades. He loved golf trips with his friends and treasured his weekly coffee and strolls on the Boulevard. Always the life of a party no matter the occasion, he could frequently be found on the dance floor. Sam was extremely family oriented.
In addition to his wife Mary (Crossen) Pizzimenti, he is survived by his two sons and their wives, Vincent and Alexandra (Rose) Pizzimenti, and Daniel Pizzimenti and Allison McPhedran. Sam is also survived by his two brothers and their wives, Anthony and Linda (O'Maley) Pizzimenti, and Vincent and Dolly Pizzimenti. He also leaves behind many cousins, nieces, nephews, and other extended family held very close to his heart.
His funeral service will be held on Thursday, March 21, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. in the Greely Funeral Home, 212 Washington Street, Gloucester. Relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend.
The burial will be held in Calvary Cemetery, Gloucester.
Visiting hours in the Greely Funeral Home, 212 Washington Street, Gloucester will be held on Wednesday, March 20, from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m.
A Celebration of Life at the Gloucester House Restaurant will immediately follow the burial. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in his name to Alzheimer's Association of Eastern Masschusetts, 309 Waverley Oaks Road, Waltham, MA 02452.
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In Memoriam Theresa C. Sprague 3/12/2019  
Theresa (Terry) Canillas Sprague passed away on March 12 in Burlington, VT following a period of declining health.

Terry was a proud first generation American. She was born in Lebanon NH, the daughter of Frank and Helen Canillas. She grew up in Lebanon and spent the majority of her life in Vermont and New Hampshire. She attended the University of New Hampshire and received a degree from Norwich University through their adult education program.

Terry had a varied and vibrant career. She raised and showed Alaskan Malamutes, including a champion. She showed her dogs in the famous Westminster Dog Show on numerous occasions.

She was a member of the Vermont Academy Community working in the college counseling office for a number of years. She also served as a house parent.

Terry was proudest of her long career as a journalist with the Brattleboro Reformer. She began as a local correspondent and rose to the position of Assistant Managing editor. Along the way, she received many awards both for journalism and for photography. Her work spanned from local coverage of town and school meetings all the way to a one on one interview with the late President George H.W. Bush. An avid follower and recorder of Vermont politics, she interviewed Senators Bernie Sanders and Patrick Leahy many times in their early careers. She held the respect of both her peers and readers throughout Vermont.

In her later years she faced significant health issues, and faced these with grace and acceptance.

Terry is survived by a sister Connie (Richard) Patch of Lebanon, sister in law Janet Canillas of Lebanon NH; three children, Laura (Robert) Herrin of Flagstaff, AZ, Molly (James) Kurent of Burlington, VT and John Sprague of Redondo Beach, CA. She is also survived by four grandchildren, as well as nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by her former husband, Bertrand Sprague of Brattleboro, VT and brother Frank Canillas of Lebanon, NH.

There will be no calling hours and services will be private and at the convenience of the family. Donations in her memory may be made to the charity of choice.
Published in Brattleboro Reformer on Mar. 15, 2019
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In Memoriam Martha H. Vaughan 2/9/2019  
East Thetford- Martha "Marty" Venable Hoffman Vaughan, 68, died Saturday, February 9, 2019 at home, following a long illness.

Martha was born September 29, 1950 in Elmira, NY, daughter of Edward Kistler and Jean (Richards) Hoffman. She graduated from the Elmira Free Academy, class of 1968 and continued her education at Vermont College in Montpelier. After obtaining her associate's degree in Early Childhood Education Martha worked with children in Elmira and Boulder, CO; then traveled to Europe, working as an au pair in Germany. While visiting a brother living in Thetford, Marty took a job working as a lifeguard at Treasure Island on Lake Fairlee and this is where she met future husband Roger Vaughan; They married February 23, 1974 in Elmira. Making their home on the Vaughan family dairy farm in East Thetford, Martha was a homemaker, raising two children. She also worked part time as a seamstress at Serry's Clothiers in Hanover, as a secretary at Pearce Jewelers in Lyme, and worked part time in foodservice at Thetford Academy -while her children were in school there.

She was a member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in White River Junction, VT for many years.

Martha was a talented seamstress who loved making and altering garments, she made numerous quilts, enjoyed knitting and in earlier years she enjoyed working in the gardens and canned the fruits and vegetables coming out of them. She would often gather up the children and bring them up to the family farm to help with the chores. Every summer Marty traveled back to the family cottage on Seneca Lake in upstate New York where she was known for leaving unexpected, mysterious little gifts for people - an interesting rock from the beach, an old photograph she had rediscovered, or a handful of wild black raspberries.

She was predeceased by her husband Roger, who died in his sleep last July.

Martha is survived by son Eli Vaughan of Willits, CA; daughter Victoria Vaughan of East Thetford; four brothers Edward "Chip" K. Hoffman, Jr. of Ithaca, NY, John "Rick" R. Hoffman of East Thetford, VT, Thomas "Terry" E. Hoffman of Elkins, WV and Daniel S. Hoffman of Santander, Spain; her sister Mary "Molly" Hoffman Personius of San Diego, CA; and numerous nieces, nephews and in-laws.

Services are being planned for this spring in Vermont and summer in upstate New York. Condolences may be expressed in an online guestbook at
In Memoriam Jon B. Haynes 3/6/2019  
In Memoriam Edward C. Langley 3/6/2019  
In Memoriam Dennis N. Wood 3/3/2019  
Dennis N. Wood, of Braintree and Dennisport, passed away on March 3, 2019, after a long illness, at the age of 73. Born in Leominster, Dennis graduated from the Cushing Academy in Ashburnham and then went on to graduate from Norwich University. He proudly served his country in the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam War. Dennis had worked as a journeyman electrician for Local 103 for several years and at the Arnold Hall Conference Center in Pembroke. When he wasn't working, Dennis enjoyed spending time with his family and friends at his home in Dennisport. A devoted husband, father and grandfather, Dennis will be greatly missed by all who were blessed to have known him. Dennis was married to his beloved wife, Jacqueline (Rogers) Wood for 48 years. He was the loving father of Julie Wilson of Colo., Matthew Wood of Braintree, Jennifer Wood of Pa., Christopher Wood Pembroke and Andrew Wood of Braintree; dear "Papa" to Matthew, Liam, Jackson, Tyler, Henry and Charlie. At the request of the family, funeral services and burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in his name to the Vietnam Agent Orange Relief & Responsibility Campaign, P.O.Box 303, Prince Station, New York, NY 10012-0006. Make check payable to Veterans For Peace/VAORRC, To leave a sympathy message for the family, visit
Published in The Patriot Ledger on Mar. 7, 2019
In Memoriam Donna K. Courtney 3/6/2019  
Obituary for Donna Courtney
Donna Kay (Barquin) Courtney passed away on February 22, 2019 at Mid-Columbia Medical Center surrounded by family in The Dalles, Oregon. Donna was born January 30, 1944 and was 75 years of age at the time of her passing.

Donna was born in Montpelier, Vermont to to Ralph Ferdinand and Violet Jessie (Murray) Barquin. She grew up in Montpelier, attended Montpelier High School, and Vermont College. Following college, she moved to Boston, for a while, and then to Sacramento, California, where she met Mike. Thanksgiving weekend of 1971, Donna flew to The Dalles, to meet Mike's family. That trip was interrupted by the D.B. Cooper high jacking, which caused the airways to close for several hours.

Donna and Mike were married January 1, 1972, in Sacramento. Following the wedding, they made their home in The Dalles. Donna worked, as a bookkeeper, for The Dalles Elks Lodge, and Sigman's Flowers, before joining Mike in the ownership and operation of the family owned Courtney Insurance Agency.

Donna had many hobbies involving crafts. Most notable was her determination that the local theater company be properly costumed. She spent 15 years as the costume director, running plays with as many as 75 actors in a single performance. She was, also, a phenomenal cook, with a penchant for Italian food, including homemade pasta and sauces.

Donna is survived by her husband, Mike Courtney; daughter, Tara Courtney son, Ben (and wife, Melanie Bond) Courtney; grandchildren Madeline and Malcolm. She is, also, survived by sister, Joan (Tara) Veno (Joseph), nephew Jeremy and niece Jamie Hill.

She was preceded in death by her parents, brothers Jacky, Jimmy, and Terry, as well as sister Debra Gurule.
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In Memoriam Karen L. Killough 3/2/2019  
Attleboro, MA -Karen Lee (Fenwick) Killough, 58, of Attleboro, MA passed peacefully in Sturdy Memorial Hospital on March 2, 2019 surrounded by family and friends following a brief illness. Born in Buffalo, NY, she was the daughter of the late Paul and Mona (Frank) Fenwick. Karen was a graduate of Kenmore East High School in Tonawanda, NY. During this time she found passion in nursing while doing volunteer work at nursing homes and the American Red Cross. She turned this passion into a career by receiving a nursing degree from Vermont College (Norwich University) in 1981. She was a cheerleader for Norwich and a member of the ski team. Karen worked at Nantucket Cottage Hospital, St. Luke's Hospital in New Bedford, MA and most recently Sturdy Memorial Hospital, retiring after 32 years of service as a Certified Emergency Room Nurse. She had a special place in her heart for first responders through service on Critical Incident Stress Management teams. Karen has immense passion for her family's cottage on Healey Lake, Mactier, Ontario, Canada spending summers there while growing up, and whenever she could later in life. The peace and serenity of the cottage was her safe haven. Sharing the time at the cottage with her children and grandchildren gave her vast joy. Karen's hobbies included skiing, gardening, fishing and boating. She also shared her oldest daughter's passion for horses, having owned several over the course of her life. Her biggest love was precious time spent with her daughters, whether spending hours curling their hair for Irish dance competitions or taking countless hours on soccer fields. She always offered encouragement, and was happy to be anywhere supporting her girls. This continued to her three grandchildren. Her heart overflowed when blessed with grandchildren. She was the loving mother of Bekah (Killough) Gilmore and her husband Steven of El Paso, TX, and Sarah Killough of Orlando, FL. She was the proud grandmother of Ryder, Skylynn and Ryett Gilmore. She is also survived by her brother David Fenwick and his wife, Michelle, and nieces Lindsay and Lauren, of West Milford, NJ. She also leaves several aunts, uncles and cousins. Karen was blessed to have good friends and was grateful for the support they offered. She was formally married to Scott Killough of Attleboro. The family wishes to thank Dr. Steven Bensson and the staff of Sturdy Memorial Hospital - Montplaisir Unit for their professionalism, compassion and outstanding care. All Services for Karen are private at the request of the family. Her family plans to scatter Karen's cremains at Healey Lake at a future date. Donations in Karen's name can be made to The Friends of Attleboro Animal Shelter, 27 Pond St N, Attleboro, MA 02703 To Light a memorial candle sign guest book go to or call 508 222-0498. All arrangements have been entrusted to the care of the Foley-Cook-Hathaway Funeral Home, 126 South Main Street, Attleboro.
Published in Sun Chronicle on Mar. 5, 2019
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