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There will be no service or calling hours. Buddy was a well known business owner and Real Estate agent in town. Canterbury Shaker Village preserves the year Shaker legacy of innovative design, entrepreneurship and simple living. A graveside service will be held at a later date in Forest Glen Cemetery in Reading. Coast Guard Auxiliary for 15 years as an instructor and as an assistant staff officer, from to Doors open 8 p. A memorial service will be held at a later date.

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Some upcoming dates and performers: Uncasville, CT Grammy award-winning Dave Matthews Band's upcoming arena tour will feature a wide mixture of songs from throughout the band's career, including material from their new album "Come Tomorrow.

Tickets go on sale October 5. His success has crossed over to audiences usually reserved for pop music. Bennett's latest album will be a collaborative project with long — time friend and colleague Diana Krall. Doors open 7 p. Enjoy concerts; workshops; jam sessions. Diana Ross Oct 5, - Oct 5, Providence Performing Arts Center, Weybosset Street Providence, RI Diana Ross is one of the most influential female singers of all time and one of the most prominent women in popular music history and pop culture of the late 20th century.

Her career spans almost 50 years. Performing top 40 high-energy hits to slow and easy. Doors open 8 p. He has released four albums, all of which reached the Billboard Top Ten and have combined sales over 8 million copies in the U. Uncasville, CT Aguilera has achieved five 1 singles on the Billboard Hot chart making her the fourth female artist to top the chart over three consecutive decades.

Rock and Roll Camp for Girls. Doors open at 1: Though perhaps best known for its hit "Pick Up the Pieces," the band's strength is in its accomplished song writing. Buy one ticket and get a second ticket free using promo code BOGO. Thursday and Saturday at 8 p. Fall Fiddle Festival Oct 13, - Oct 13, Concord Community Music School, 23 Wall Street Concord, NH Presenting master fiddlers steeped in the Celtic and American folk traditions and adept at improvisation, the Fiddle Festival will offer a jam-packed day of workshops and jam sessions, followed by a concert of fiddle music.

He has performed with everyone from The Rolling Stones and B. King to Aerosmith and Buddy Guy. Forty-six years later, they're still going strong! Symphony at the Disco: The Boogie Wonder Band joins the Cape Symphony for a unique experience where disco meets classical music in a high-energy show. The concert hall transforms into Studio 54, as disco meets violins, violas, cellos, trumpets, trombones and more.

October 13, 3 p. Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. The early First Concerto exhibits the same spirit of Russian lyricism and virtuosity found in his perennially popular Second and Third concertos.

Uncasville, CT Alanis Morissette is known as one of the most influential singer — songwriter — musicians in contemporary music. She has contributed musically to theatrical releases and has acted on the big and small screen.

Tickets go on sale September 21st. Her latest album is Sister Orchid. Recording her first single in , at the age of 16, LaVette re-started her "fifth career" in the early s. One of the greatest suspenseful thrillers of all time, this cinematic masterpiece comes alive with Bernard Herrmann's spine-tingling score performed live. October 29 and October His sources are blues, American folk music, modern poets and humanist philosophers. Joining him is recording artist and actress Idina Menzel.

Saturday, November 24, at 7: With guest Rachel Eckroth, Wainwright and his band will perform material from both Rufus Wainwright and Poses Experience the same thrill and wonder of those who discovered the gorge in All reservations must be made in advance by phone; space is limited.

Not for children under 5 years old. Saturday evenings through October All equipment and instruction are provided. Each week a different food truck will be parked along Washington Street. This is a free, family event. Everyone is welcome; guests must be 21 and older to drink. These events are sprinkle or shine. DJ set with Reza Wreckage begins the night, Food truck: Lonnie Gasperini plays jazz, soul jazz, blues, funk and more!

Rhody Roots October 4 -- Death Vessel performs dreamy, experimental folk rock. The Trinity Brewhouse Beer Garden opens at 4: This is a party for guests age 21 and older with a fantasy theme of fairies, Renaissance, Steampunk, and more all in one place.

Enjoy food, cash bar, live entertainment and DJ, and costumes. Performing Arts, Theater, Dance. WaterFire May 24, - Nov 10, Memorial Blvd and Exchange Street Providence, RI WaterFire centers around a series of nearly bonfires that blaze just above the surface of the three rivers that pass through the middle of downtown Providence. The string of fires illuminates nearly two-thirds of a mile of urban public spaces and parks, as residents and visitors gather to stroll along the river, listening to music and watching performances.

September 8 -- Full lighting starts at 7: September 22 -- Full lighting starts at at 6: September 29 -- Full lighting starts at 6: October 6 -- Basin lighting starts at 6: November 10 -- Full lighting starts at 4: Closing time is midnight free.

His show features winning sleight of hand, grand illusions and close-up magic. This is one of the last times the Panorama will be on view to the public. Your ticket includes a private evening viewing of the Panorama, an hour-long performance, and fine hors d'oeuvres. This non-stop show is packed with sophisticated magic. October 13, 5 p. She draws packed audiences of adoring fans to her live performances.

Good viewing places are the Eliot Bridge Enclosure for spectacular views; the Weld Exhibition for food and Regatta merch; the Reunion Village, where alumni and spectators gather to support their favorite teams; or the finish line. Please use public transportation or free shuttle buses. Parking availability is limited and parts of Memorial Drive will be closed. Racing is about 7: This is an evening of true personal scary, strange or uncanny 5-minute stories told without notes. Thrill to tales of real events and encounters at Hallowe'en time when the veil between the worlds is thin.

Hot cider and cookies available. Story tellers are invited to sign up in advance at Suitable for guests 18 and older because of scare factor! Traveling Biergartens at Historic Estates and Gardens May 17, - Oct 3, See description below Many towns, MA Notch Brewing and the Trustees of Reservations conservation group are partnering to take Notch beer on the road to parks, farms and other gorgeous settings managed by the Turstees from May into autumn. Each traveling biergarten will present communal outdoor seating, games, special programs like fun runs, and beer served in half-liter steinkrugs.

Also, each Trustees site has its own admission fees. His mom is liberated from an abusive marriage; his transgender sibling crusades to dismantle the patriarchy. Not recommended for audiences under the age of What will it mean to Memphis and to his community? Friday and Saturday evening at 7: Bennett is hell-bent on finding husbands for her daughters, but one of them, the very independent Elizabeth, won't seem to fall for arrogant Mr.

Ester Victoria Peterson Zeimetz , a beloved wife and mother died on October 22, at Wingate at Reading, after a courageous battle with dementia. She was 92 years old. She grew up in Malden graduating from high school in She married her childhood sweetheart Philip John Zeimetz in They moved to North Reading where they lived for over 35 years and raised their family.

Ester was also an active volunteer for a number of community organizations including the Boy Scouts, Camp Fire Girls, church youth groups, Rainbow Girls, student tutoring, the League of Women Voters and the Conservation Commission.

She was elected to both the North Reading School Committee and Board of Selectmen where she served for many years, chairing each during her tenure. After retirement she and Phil moved to Mattapoisett where Ester had summered since childhood. Ester pursued her interests in alternative healing practices by becoming a Practitioner in the Feldenkrais method.

She also took classes and practiced Jin Shin Jyutsu , meditation and The Chakras, and explored other types of mind-body healing. Ester was very active in the Mattapoisett Congregational Church where she served on various committees. She was a member of the choir and also sang with the Sippican Choral Society. Dartmouth, a program for lifelong learning. Ester loved singing and music of all types. She was always conscious of the environment and served for many years as a water tester for the Buzzards Bay Coalition.

Ester was a consummate volunteer who chose causes that helped people and the environment. She was always trying new things to challenge herself and encourage the people around her. Religion was a large part of Ester's life and she lived her life based on her beliefs. She was always understanding and forgiving, seeing the good in everyone.

Even in the final years of advanced dementia she never forgot to smile and say thank you. She retained her wonderful sense of humor and was always gracious to everyone who cared for her.

Ester was the widow of Philip John Zeimetz who predeceased her in Ester, always a giver and always thinking of others, donated her body to Tufts Medical School. He was a graduate Lynn Tech High School. He has been a resident of Nashua, NH for the past five years. Nicholas worked as a carpenter. He was a free spirit person. He was a very outgoing young man and he had a very kind heart.

He loved all kinds of animals and birds, he wanted to fly like them. He loved to turn a wrench on motorcycles and hot rods. Family members include his loving father, Kenneth E. Calling hours will be prior to the service from Services will be held at a later date and will be private.

The family respectfully requests that in lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in his memory to the Leary Firefighters Foundation www. Born in Rome, Ohio on August 24, He was a U. Navy Veteran of the Korean Conflict and he served from to Jim worked as carpenter for the Seaman- Bratko Construction Company in Holyoke and he retired in He has been a resident of North Reading since Jim enjoyed painting and building furniture.

He also enjoyed dressing up as Santa Claus, during the holidays, for many people. He was the beloved husband of 62 years to Mary C. White — 94, of Reading and formerly of North Reading, died at her home in on Sunday, October 11, Born in Melrose, MA on September 26, She has been a resident of Reading for the past three years. Anna loved to write poetry.

Also survived by 9 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. Athanasius Church, Haverhill Street, Reading. Calling hours will be held on Sunday, October 18, from 4 to 7 PM.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made in memory to: Many North Reading residents will remember Gayle from her years at the Carousel Cleaners, where every customer was greeted by her welcoming smile. Gayle was a fun loving friend to all around her. She was truly young at heart and enjoyed music from every decade. She had a quirky sense of humor and loved to make people laugh.

Gayle loved vacations to Cape Cod and Maine. She enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. Calling hours on Friday, October 16 from 4 to 8 PM. Born in Brighton, MA on October 9, He worked as a truck and heavy equipment mechanic for E. Sleeper in Concord, NH. He was a member of the U. Stephen enjoyed hiking, and walking trails with his dog. He loved snowmobiling and riding dirt bikes and fishing with his brother.

He also enjoyed drawing freehand pictures and designs. He loved to cook and spend time with family and friends. He especially loved his dog Lola. Stephen was a person who was larger than life and he touched every person he met in his own unique way, so that he was never forgotten.

He was always the first one there in time of need to help anyone, especially in emergency situations. He had a strong take charge blustery personality that drew people to him like a magnet. His sense of humor was the best and his bellowing loud laugh was contagious.

If you were lucky enough to be his friend, it was forever. Family members include his loving parents, Shirley A. She was the beloved wife of the late Edwin H.

Born in Marblehead, MA on April 19, She was the daughter of the late John W. She was raised and attended school in Malden and was a graduate of Malden High School, Class of Mary worked for Acme Printing Company in Malden for over thirty years. Mary has been a resident of North Reading for over sixty years. She was an active member of the Edith A. She loved music and singing and was a member of the North Reading Echoes. Mary always enjoyed all the traveling she did with her late husband Ed.

She was the sister of the late John, Robert and Charles Harris. Calling hours will be held from 9: She was the beloved wife of the late Arthur E. She attended Reading High School. Dorothy was the owner of Gallant Electric Motor Service in North Reading, since and has been a resident for over seventy years.

Dorothy had a big heart, she was a very compassionate person. She always saw the good in people. She had a smile for all who passed by her. She taught us to always stay young at heart and to never let the child inside us escape. We will always remember her smiling eyes. Dorothy was a fantastic artist, an avid reader and loved gardening with her daughter. She especially loved board game nights with her children and grandson. Her grandson Michael was one of her greatest joys.

Loving mother of, Michael B. Gallant and Steven A. Burnett and her late husband Paul of Lowell, Judy A. Moreau and her late husband Eugene R. Moreau; her cherished grandson, Michael C. Gallant of North Reading and Stoneham and many nieces and nephews. Northeast Animal Shelter, Highland Ave.

Born in Chelsea, MA on December 7, He was the son of the late Rocco and Blanche St. Army Veteran of the Vietnam Conflict. Robert was a retired Body Shop Manager. He also worked as a business insurance adjustor, automobile appraiser and a carpenter and builder. He has been a resident of North Reading for the past 29 years. He was known for his strength of character, teaching others by example and perseverance.

His functioning ability under any circumstances, power, intuition, loving, always an avid listener and problem solver. He was smart, funny, kind and spiritual. Robert loved nature, hiking, kayaking, the beach, the mountains, lakes and the ocean. He loved animals and birds of prey like hawks and eagles. He was always building, a house, a camp, a shed or fireplace. He loved hot rods and motorcycles. He also enjoyed reading and thinking. He was the beloved husband of the late Flora M. Born in Somerville, MA on April 11, He was the son of the late Paul J.

Paul was a U. He was a Seaman First Class, he served aboard the U. Greensboro in the Mediterranean Sea and off the North Atlantic Coast, his ship was responsible for sinking a German U-Boat off the coast of Massachusetts, during his service.

Interment will be held in Florida at a later date. Gaye worked for many years as a Dog Groomer. She loved animals and fostered or adopted many over the years. Gaye was well known for her infectious laugh and large personality. Family members include her loving brothers, William A. She was the sister of the late Nelson P. She was the wife of the late Raymond T. He was a lifelong resident of North Reading. He also attended Porter and Chester in Woburn. He was always polite and courteous. He would drop everything to help a friend or neighbor and he loved to joke around.

Joe loved the outdoors and four wheeling with friends. He was an avid Bruins fan and he loved the Military. Also survived by six nieces, two nephews , several aunts, uncles and cousins. His funeral will be held on Saturday, September 12 at 9: Calling hours will be held on Friday, September 11 from 4 to 8 PM.

She was the wife of the late Ralph F. Born in Boston, MA on February 26, She was raised in Wilmington and was a graduate of Wilmington High School. Helen worked as a secretary for Raytheon and Sylvania.

Helen was a homemaker and a dedicated mother of seven children. She has been a resident of Tewksbury for the past three years. Family members include her loving sons, Ralph F. Also survived by 24 grandchildren and 26 great grandchildren. Interment will be held in Wildwood Cemetery in Wilmington.

He was the beloved husband of the late Jennie M. Born in Cambridge, MA on November 18, He was the son of the late Henry and Elizabeth M. After being discharged, Jack worked for the U.

Post Office in Reading for 37 years and retiring in He has been a resident of North Reading for the past 54 years and a member of St.

He was a member of the American Legion and Marines 4 th Division. Jack will forever be remembered by family and friends for his great sense of humor and catch phrases. His outgoing and bold personality could take over a room. Whether it be at a family function or the many ballparks he and his son John would visit together.

Anyone who came across his path would get a handshake and an explanation on why people would shake hands. He had a gift of gab that would make everyone feel at ease. Jack was very patriotic and was a proud member of the U. Jack was also an avid fan of all sports, but an even bigger supporter of his grandchildren sporting events.

His family was his pride and joy. Mostly he will be remembered as a family man, who always put his family before himself. He loved spending his winters with his oldest son, John in Clearwater, Florida.

The world is a less friendly place now, but if you had the pleasure of meeting Jack Collins, you were better for it. Family members include his loving sons, John P. Calling hours will be held on Wednesday, September 9 from 4 to 8 PM. Burial will be in Forest Glen Cemetery in Reading. Box , Oklahoma City, OK Born in Wakefield, MA on January 18, She was the daughter of the late Roy and Florence W.

She was raised in Wakefield and was a graduate of Wakefield High School. Pearl has been a resident of Reading for 59 years. She was a Campfire Girl Leader, member of the North Village Association and she volunteered for Elderly Services, she shopped for the elderly and read to the blind. Her family always came first. She always helped others and enjoyed being with her brothers and sisters at the Cape. Pearl loved to sew, knit, cane chairs, crochet, doing crafts and braid rugs. She also enjoyed gardening, playing scrabble, refinishing furniture and was an avid reader.

Family members include her loving sons, Dean R. Gibbons of Wakefield; two grandchildren and six great grandchildren. A graveside service will be held at a later date in Forest Glen Cemetery in Reading. Born in Winthrop, MA on August 18, He was the son of the late Fred and Margaret Minichiello Chalmers. He was a graduate of Bentley University.

He has been a resident of North Reading for the past 32 years and was a member of St. His distinctive whistle and coaching voice recognized by many! He loved the kids and counts many as surrogate sons and daughters!

His greatest joy were his sons, Nicholas and Christopher and coaching them over the years. His favorite times were holidays with his family, especially vacations to Maine and Disney World. Family members include his loving wife of 32 years, Kathleen Curran Chalmers, his sons, Christopher and Nicholas Chalmers, all of North Reading; his brother, Douglas Chalmers and his wife Mary and their children, Gina and Brian Chalmers, all of Winthrop; also many beloved cousins, nieces and nephews.

His Funeral Mass will be held on Monday, August 17 at North Reading Fourth of July Committee at http: He was the beloved husband of the late Mary H. Rezendes Simone, who died in Born in Bridgeport, CT on January 13, He was the son of the late Dominic and Anna Mastrone Simone. He served in the U. Army in the Pacific War area from to Joseph received a B.

He also served in the U. Coast Guard Auxiliary for 15 years as an instructor and as an assistant staff officer, from to His accomplishments are listed in the books following: Joseph was always there for others. He was passionate about what he believed in. He loved life and his family. He was constantly growing and learning each day. He never stopped wanting to become a better person.

He enjoyed reading, writing, photography, his computers and the Bible. He also loved his chocolate and ice cream. Family members include his three children, Claudia A. Simone of Alton Bay, NH; four grandchildren, a great grandchild, two nieces, a nephew and several great nieces and great nephews; four late brothers and two late sisters.

American Cancer Society, P. Box , Oklahoma City, OK, Born in Winchester, MA on December 28, She was the daughter of the late Ralph H.

Leslie was a graduate of Stoneham High School, she was a member of St. Leslie worked as a housekeeper for the Reading Y. She was a fun loving person who brought joy to her family. She loved to dance, swim, listen to music and spend time with her special friends, Cheri Glassett , Angela Camarro and Anne Kieslich.

Leslie also loved bowling, square dancing, rug hooking and word searches. Leslie loved to travel, including her winters in Florida, fall at the Mittersill and summers in Maine. She participated in the Special Olympics for many years and was our family baker and honored each of us with a delicious birthday cake yearly.

Family members include her loving sisters, Kathleen H. She leaves behind many other dear relatives and friends. Helen Weaver of North Reading. Mindy was born on December 2, in Melrose, MA. Shortly after graduation Mindy achieved her goal of becoming a licensed Cosmetologist. She happily pursued a successful career for many years.

Mindy was passionate about her work and was most happy tending to people, bringing out their inner beauty and making them feel good about themselves.

Over time, Mindy relocated to New Hampshire. Soon after, her daughter Kiley Joy Racic , was born. Mindy was a dedicated, loving mother who shared an incredible bond with her daughter. Mindy excelled as a parent, striving to teach Kiley all she needed to know to navigate the world successfully with a caring, compassionate heart.

Mindy will be remembered by all for her kindness and generosity, infectious laugh, and insatiable humor. Services will be held on Thursday, July 23 rd from 5: Funeral Services will be held at the same location on Friday, July 24 th at Please join us to share your thoughts and memories of Mindy with the family and her beautiful daughter Kiley.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that memorial contributions be made to the Kiley Joy Racic College Fund via: Born in Portland, Maine on June 23, Philip worked as a machinist for many years. He has been a resident of Billerica for the past 28 years and was a member of St.

He always had a great love for music. Calling hours will be held on Sunday, July 19 from 4 to 7 PM. Interment will be in Riverside Cemetery in North Reading. Dorothy was a resident of North Reading for many years and a member of St. She was a loving mother and grandmother. Family members include her loving sons, Walter T. Calling hours will be held on Tuesday, July 7 from 6 to 8 PM. Burial will be in Walnut Hills Cemetery in Brookline.

Bugley , II — 71, of North Reading, died at his home, after a courageous battle with cancer, on Tuesday, June 23, Born in Chelsea, MA on December 28, He was the son of the late William O. He loved his family and friends and enjoyed company. He was very sentimental and cried from a gesture of love or a sappy movie. He was a handy man and had the trinket for anything and could fix it.

Family members include his loving daughters, Michelle C. Calling hours will be held on Thursday, June 25 from 4 to 8 PM. Born in Lynn, MA on September 3, He was the son of the late Arthur W. He was the former manager and owner of the Sagamore Fuel Company, Inc.

Allan served in the U. Army, during the Korean Conflict. He has been an honorary Life member of the Saugus Elks, he was a Trustee for 17 years and served as Chaplin for a year. He was chosen Elk of the Year in to He was very dedicated to his family, he was a loving husband, father and grandfather.

Family members include his loving wife of 53 years, Gail I. Fudge Nelson; his sons, Russell W. Nelson and Norma L. Born in Chicago, Illinois on March 5, He was the son of the late William J.

Richard worked in the printing industry for many years. He was a resident of North Reading for the past 44 years and a member of St. He enjoyed New England sports teams, but having grown up in Lexington, KY, he was truly passionate about university of Kentucky basketball. You never saw him without a UK hat or t-shirt.

Richard enjoyed concerts and attending the Chicago Blues Festival. He thoroughly enjoyed watching his nieces play ice hockey, softball and volleyball through college. Calling hours will be held prior to the service from 5 to 7 PM. Interment will be held at a later date. Born in , Barbara grew up in North Reading. They settled in North Reading in an old farm house steadily working to improve the property. She was also a talented seamstress who along with other Minit and Militia ladies created authentic eighteenth century clothing for the entire regiment.

She is survived by her loving and devoted husband Philip H. She is also survived by her daughter Jessie and her husband Kevin, her son Philip and his wife Apryl as well as a beautiful granddaughter named Eva. King — of North Reading, died at his home on Thursday, June 4, at age He was the loving husband of the late Joan P.

He was a life-long resident of North Reading. He was retired Union Carpenter, with Local No. Wallace loved hunting and fishing with family and friends, he enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren, it always was a special time for him.

Family members include his loving son, William J. Loving wife of 46 years to the late Howard A. Margaret grew up in Ridgewood, N. Margaret was also active in Eastern Star and Town conservation issues. She was known for her gentle caring spirit, love of music and nature , playfulness, humor and use of clever wordplay.

Burial will be in Wyoming Cemetery in Melrose. He was raised and attended School in Malden. He has been a resident of Londonderry, NH for the past 26 years and a former resident of North Reading for 15 years. Wally would help everyone, he would give you the shirt off his back. He was very dedicated to his family, he was a loving father and grandfather.

He loved to fish and he enjoyed going to the Manchester Airport to watch the planes land and take off. He was a golfer and he loved playing horseshoes at the annual Kavanaugh party. He loved to camp and going to his summer place in York, Maine. He was the companion of Maddie Adams of North Reading.

Born in Milford, MA on August 3, He was raised and attended school in Milford and was a graduate of Milford High School, Class of He received his B. Leo was a U. He was Registered Professional Engineer. Leo has been a resident of North Reading for the past 59 years and was a member of St. He was a devoted and loving husband, father and grandfather. He was a man of integrity and sharp wit.

Leo was a practical-minded engineer who also kept his faith. He was an avid bridge player, master of Sudoku, crossword puzzle solver and he enjoyed a good mystery movie. Family members include his loving wife of 62 years, Claire M. Mazzarelli Petti ; his son, Christopher J. He was the father of the late Leonard F.

Petti and brother of the late Philomena Fullum and Grace Daniels. Calling hours will be held on Tuesday, June 2 from 5 to 7 PM. Born in Winchester, MA on January 11, Donny was a Pipefitter and Welder for forty years, and a member of the Pipefitters Union Local in Boston and has been retired for the past 8 years.

He was a wonderful and devoted husband, father and grandfather. He loved to make others around him laugh by telling jokes and playing pranks. Donny enjoyed working with his hands, which included anything from working on his home to fixing up his cars. He liked listening to country music and reading the comics on Sunday mornings occasionally sending them to his family members so they could share in the laughter. Calling hours will be held on Wednesday, June 3 from 4 to 7 PM.

Interment will be in Riverside Cemetery in Saugus. Born in Greenwich, CT on April 17, He was the son of the late Howard F. He later worked as an auto mechanic for Midas and Meineke of the North Shore area.

He was a member of the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Joel was a very kind, respectful human being with beautiful Blue eyes. He was a true gentleman. He loved listening to music and popping wheelies on his Quickie 3 wheel chair and riding down town on his Amigo Scooter. He enjoyed smoking cigarettes, he loved cars, especially Oldsmobiles. Family members include his loving wife of seventeen years, Karen T. Also survived by his grandson, Joel L. Memorial donations may be made in his memory to the National MS Society nmss.

Andrews and Marguerite Taylor Andrews. Betty met her husband, John B. Rideout , when they were both nursing students at McLean Hospital. After her retirement, Betty utilized her nursing background as a volunteer for over 20 years at Winchester Hospital. Through her volunteering, Betty made many friends, and enjoyed connecting with people sharing a kind word, a supportive presence and smile of assurance. Betty was an active member of Faith Circle, and coordinated their Rummage Sales, and well as their table at the annual Church Fair.

Betty worked in her community through Christian Community Service, helping coordinate the mission of the local food pantry. Through her work in the schools, she participated as the local outreach representative for the Salvation Army. With her late husband John, she enjoyed traveling and camping. In Europe, a favorite trip was their 40th anniversary visit to Scotland and the Orkney Islands. Additionally, Betty and John vacationed at their second home in South Chatham MA where Betty would take her grandchildren on special excursions to the beach and the penny candy store.

Betty took joy in playing board games with her beloved grandchildren and attending many of their sporting, theatre and school events. Rideout and his wife Kathleen of Somersworth, NH. Fasano, and Tucker W. Betty was the sister of the late Alexander T. Andrews, and she is survived by her sister-in-law Sheila M. Andrews and her nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, May 30 at Richard Hughes will officiate.

A collation will immediately follow in the church hall. Union Congregational Church , Haverhill St. Box , North Reading, MA He was the son of the late John and Carrie Fredendal Cumming.

John was a U. John has been a resident of Osterville for the past 27 years and a former resident of North Reading for 31 years. John loved his wife and children, they were his life. He had a special bond with his granddaughter Shane his computer assistant.

He loved visits and talking on the phone with her. He was cared for by so many people. He will be especially remembered for his laugh, the sparkle in his eye and the shrug of his shoulders. He was the beloved husband of 62 years to Jeanne A.

He was the cherished grandfather of Shane Cumming of North Reading. Calling hours will be held prior to the service from In Lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made in his memory to: Oklahoma City, OK Born in Charlestown, MA on July 11, He was the son of the late Edward C. He was raised in North Reading and attended the L. Batchelder School and Reading High School. Navy Veteran, he served from to He has been a resident of Freedom, NH since George was loving person and was very generous to everyone.

He enjoyed making crafts in his cellar workshop and was a proud U. Family members include his loving sisters, Corinne A. Surette of North Reading, the late Joan A. Brewster and Lorraine A. He is also survived by his loving dog, Darby. Calling hours will be held on Sunday, May 17 from 4 to 6 PM.

Robert had been a longtime resident of North Reading for over 50 years where he was a member of the Union Congregational Church and a U. Air Force Veteran of the Korean Conflict. Robert loved all sports and especially enjoyed fishing. He also enjoyed music and most importantly spending time with family and friends.

He was the loving husband of 49 years to the late Joan M. He is survived by his brother, William Coffill and his wife Ruth of Lynnfield and is also survived by his sons, Robert G. She was the beloved wife of 61 years to the late James J. Sully, who died in Born in Cambridge, MA on January 27, She was the daughter of the late Joseph F.

She was a graduate of St. Patricia was a mother and homemaker, she was an avid reader, with a large collection of books. In her youth, she enjoyed yard work and gardening. She has been a resident of North Reading for the past 42 years. Patricia was the loving mother of Richard J. Sully of Lynnfield, Deborah M. Sully of Wakefield, Stephen J. Sully of North Reading and the late Daniel C.

He was the beloved husband of 57 years to the late Maria A. Mandarino Waters, who died on March 15, Born in Bangor, Maine on May 21, Henry was a U. Navy Veteran of the Korean Conflict, he served from to and then reenlisted for an additional six years until He served in Naples, Italy, where he met his wife the true love of his life Maria. While living in North Reading, for the past year, he was an active member of the Senior Center and he especially was fond of Wednesday Bingo games at the Center.

Henry was an avid gardener, he enjoyed reading and crossword puzzles. He loved greeting fair goers at the gate of the Union Fair yearly where he was employed during the summer. Henry was a real people person and easily made new friends. He loved playing cribbage and board games with the grandchildren and spending time with family pets, Cooper and Daisy. Stepson of the late Herman Scott. His Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, May 9 at A reception will follow the service at the church hall.

Interment will be held in Union, Maine at a later date. He was the beloved husband of the late Madeline M. Gushue Reagan, who died last September 17, , after 57 years of marriage. Born in Medford, MA on September 28, He was the son of the late James L. Charles was a U. He served from to and Reenlisted in and served until Charles was self employed business owner. He has been a resident North Reading for 57 years and was a member of St. He loved to tell stories about the Navy.

He loved his family with a passion. He enjoyed his work and parties with friends. He enjoyed taking movies of the family growing up and kept meticulous photo albums, he liked reading about World War II, Civil War and the History Channel. Charles loved traveling, cruising and his trip to Ireland. He keep memories alive of his cousin Francis, who died in World War II and all his beloved family and friends, that passed before him.

Family members include his loving son, James E. Calling hours will be held on Wednesday, April 29 from 4 to 8 PM.

Memorial donations may be made in his memory to: Wounded Warrior Project, www. Born in Boston, MA on October 27, He was the son of the late John L. He has lived in North Reading for the past 60 years. Buddy was a well known business owner and Real Estate agent in town.

Buddy was a giving, loving person, who would give his last dollar to anyone who needed it. He was especially caring to his family and friends. He was well liked by many and he always had a positive attitude. He was the brother of the late Thomas and Michael Woods.

Calling hours will be held on Tuesday, April 28 from 4 to 8 PM. American Stroke Association, P. She was the beloved wife of the late John Doucette, Jr.

Nancy was a graduate of Tufts School of Dental Hygenist. Nancy owned and operated the Cubby Hole Stationers, Inc. Nancy was dedicated to her family and was a devoted grandmother. Born in Philadelphia, PA on March 21, He was the son of the late Herman and Rose Jacobson Wolf.

He was a former resident of Andover for forty years and a member of the Temple Emanuel in Andover. He was a member of the retirement Club at Textron and served in various committees at Brightview in North Andover.

He was the best husband and father. He was compassionate to everyone, he was generous, kind and a warm person. He was an organ donor. Murray was an avid golfer. He enjoyed poker and all sports. He loved Bridge and tennis and he also wrote a book about Bridge.

Beloved husband of 40 years to Marilyn L. Also survived by 10 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at a later date. American Heart Association, 20 Speen St.

Born in Winchester, MA on January 13, He was the son of the late Harold M. He was a lifelong resident of Reading. Paul worked as a Sales Representative for Rainin Instruments in Woburn for many years and has been retired for the past twenty years.

He loved his family and his many hobbies. He spent many hours of enjoyment on his computer, photographing his collections and his family, especially his grandchildren.

Paul enjoyed many travel adventures with his wife and children, over the years. He was an avid book and antique collector. Also survived by several cousins and a nephew. Calling hours will be held on Tuesday from 4 to 7 PM. He was the son of the late Guiseppe and Rose Simoli Cardello.

Pete was a U. Army Veteran of the Korean Conflict, he was a Sergeant and served from to Grants in Medford from to He was dedicated to his family. He has been a resident of Danvers for the past five years and a former resident of North Reading for fifty years, where he was a member of St. Family members include his loving wife of 60 years, Eleanor Columbare Cardello ; his son, Peter Cardello and his wife Madeleine of Topsfield and his daughter, Patricia Ceasar and her husband Scott of Montclair, New Jersey; his grandson, Matthew Cardello of Topsfield; many nieces and nephews.

He was the brother of the late Salvatore and Joseph Cardello , Jr. He was the beloved husband of 43 years to the late Beverly A. Rogers Viveiros , who died on April 3. Joe was a retired twenty five year member of the North Reading Police Department, he served from to He was a graduate of Lowell High School.

Joe was a U. Joe also built and sold homes for many years and he managed a few restaurants. He also bought and sold boats and he volunteered with the Bourne Harbormaster. Joe loved his wife Beverly with all his heart and soul, they were both soul mates. They loved spending time together, shopping, cooking and boating together. He was man of his word and always meant what he said. Joe had many hobbies, boating, fishing, cooking, clam digging and would give stuffed quahogs and give them away to everyone he loved.

He loved making his famous Kale and Chicken soup. Joe loved going on vacations, living in Florida for some time and buying cars. His Funeral Mass will be held, together with his wife Beverly, at St. Interment will be in the Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne at 2:

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