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David Joseph Ivins. David enlisted in the Navy in and was honorably discharged in He worked for 18 years at Yankee Atomic Electric as a Nuclear Inspector, followed by a career in the semiconductor industry. He wrapped up his working years with Blue Flame Propane, and even drove tractor-trailer trucks for a couple of years, just for 'fun'. Mariahis chosen granddaughter Lily, who is the apple of his eye she loves her 'Dabe'and Jason Petruzzi and Kimberly Marshman. He is also survived by 18 grandchildren 9 great-grandchildren.
David moved to the greater Burlington, VT area where he ultimately retired. He loved the outdoor, simple life that Vermont offers. He was a diverse, talented, humble man whose hobbies also included chef-level cooking and woodworking. David never focused on material wealth; instead, he devoted himself to his relationships and was a living example of loyalty, character, patience, kindness, love, and generosity. His quiet, steady manner will be missed by everyone who knew him.
David will Beautiful couple ready love Colchester Vermont laid to rest with military honors at 1 p. For those who would like to donate in lieu of flowers, the family suggests using David's passing as a reminder to hug the person next to you, always strive to be loving and respectful, and requests that a donation of one "random act of kindness" be made in his name to the next person you encounter after reading this, letting that be your donation.
Robert Bob William Gordon Sr. Bob was hard working from a very young age, helping to support his family. In the early years, he worked at E. Whiting Company in Burlington and at the Burlington Airport. Later, Bob drove bus for Vermont Transit Company for 23 years. Those trips and the people he met were the basis of many stories shared with his family over the years.
He ran the business with his wife Mary, who he married inuntil his retirement in Over the years, their products could be found in most Chittenden County businesses. Bob was a respected businessman who gave much back to his community, local organizations, and individuals.
He was a member of the Kiwanis and very involved with their bike program for children. When not working or serving the community, Beautiful couple ready love Colchester Vermont enjoyed fishing, boating and spending time on the boat at Point Bay Marina. Bob continued his lifelong commitment to service as the vice president of the Long Point Association and later oversaw the care of the lawns, water system and ro. Bob and Mary loved Long Point and the friends they made there.
In retirement they shared time living in at camp in the summer and wintering in Florida where Bob served on the board for their Debary, Florida community homeowners association. They returned to VT full-time living first in Vergennes and then in Ferrisburgh. Bob loved nature and enjoyed photographing wildlife in his spare time, and he really appreciated a nicely mowed lawn. Even in retirement driving was in his blood; he spent many years transporting vehicles from one place to another for Denecker Chevrolet.
Dad worked hard and believed a job worth doing was worth doing right. We will miss his wit and sense of humor and the many stories he shared with us over the years about his life experiences. He was a good man and will be missed by many. Our world will always feel a little smaller without him. He was predeceased by his parents, son Robert William Gordon Jr.
Alan Daniels and the mother of his children, Theresa Rock Gordon. He is also survived by his brother Howard Gordon and many grandchildren, great grandchildren, great-great grandchildren and nieces and nephews. A private interment will be held at the convenience of the family.
Our family thanks everyone who cared for Dad for their Love and Compassion. Georgia - Verna I. Martelle, 92, passed away at home with her family by her side late on Saturday, June 19, And Sara L. Blair Shepard. Verna and her husband, Ralph, married on December 27, and were together for 46 years before he passed away on December 3, in Henderson Nevada.
She enjoyed her employment at Maternities, Inc. Verna loved being with family, solving crossword puzzles, reading, crocheting and flowers. George; several grandchildren and great grandchildren, especially: Crystal Goodman, Troy Daudelin and Michael Farley and the last of her nine siblings: Lila Francis, along with many nieces, nephews and cousins.
A special thank you is extended to Crystal and her husband, Tim Goodman and Marie Newsome, who without their help and compassion, Verna would not have been able to stay in her home. A Mass of Christian. Burial will he held on Friday, June 25 at 11 am in St. Those who wish may send a contribution in her memory to the American Heart Association, P.
BoxDallas TX Donald Raymond Joseph Doherty. February 1, to May 23, He then faithfully served his country in the U. Army Air Corps, training as a medic. Even while providing for his family full time and raising his sons, he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering Beautiful couple ready love Colchester Vermont the University of New Hampshire, and spent a long career working for General Electric Company.
He was an active Knight of Columbus for many decades. He lived life as a true Catholic gentleman and saw his greatest accomplishment as living a faithful Catholic life. He was a superlative provider and protector, always had a kind word for all, and never an unkind word about anyone. He was a devoted husband and joyful father, son, brother, and friend.
He lovingly assured his three sons were well trained in the Faith, and also patiently taught them fishing and hunting, vegetable gardening, camping, boating, and skiing.
He spent much time researching and collecting antique military buttons. He guided his family with honesty and gentle authority but was also a great example of humility. He also leaves on earth grandchildren Jessica Marshall, Andrew Doherty, Hannah Shaw, and Morgan Doherty, his great grandson Tommy Marshall and many nieces and nephews, all of whom he loved dearly.
He also leaves behind countless friends, who will miss his fine example of piety and familial devotion, his twinkled eye, ready smile, warm conversations, kind words, loyalty, sincere support, and his endless humor. Jeffrey Scott Paquette Jr. Paquette, Sr. And Cheri Hawkesworth. He passed away on May 17th, from complications of diabetes. Jeff was a graduate of South Royalton High School, South Royalton Vt and he worked for several years as a roofer and foreman at Black Ox Roofing and then subsequent construction jobs.
He was an avid outdoorsman; hunting, fishing, hiking and foraging for ginseng were some of his passions. He loved the Tunbridge Fair Demolition Derby and in the year he participated, he won! This was a very proud moment for him. Jeff had an undeniable charisma which drew many to him. He will be missed by all who loved him.
He is survived by his Father Jeffrey Paquette Sr. His North Carolina cousins and many friends. He was predeceased by his Grandmother, Donna White Conrad. Victoria G. Winooski- -Victoria G. Carpenter, 34, passed away unexpectedly at home on Tuesday, May 25, She loved wolves and the color purple. She leaves her parents, Beautiful couple ready love Colchester Vermont and Mary Carpenter, her brother, Sean Carpenter, several aunts, uncles, cousins and extended family. For a full obituary please visit www. Roderick Meilleur. He spent his childhood in the Burlington area and graduated from Burlington High School in Rod ultimately found his niche in the world of construction.
Clients who worked with Rod appreciated his skill and work ethic, and his client base grew. The R. Builders truck became a welcome trademark at his building sites in Chittenden County. Rod balanced work and fun. He loved the outdoors, fishing and hunting in his younger years, until he experienced the thrill of a snowmobile ride! He was an avid snowmobiler; when the trails in Vermont became less to his liking, he and friends rented a cabin in Quebec for the winter season and spent many weekends on the trails across the border.
Playing cards was a family sport from the time Rod was born and he was always up for a game of whatever. His love for cards was expanded during his time in the Navy where he learned to play poker. This was an activity that he continued through his life, enjoyed in his retirement, and even as he began to experience health issues that affected his mobility. In fact, Rod spent the day before his passing at a card game! Thank you to all his friends who shared in these activities and enjoyed spending time with Rod. Rod treasured family above all else. John T. Barbeau Alburgh. Barbeau, Sr. He was very proud to serve his country.
John was a Truck Driver for most of his career and worked for Holmes Transit for 35 years where he retired. He was always a hard worker. He put his all in everything he did. He always had a project to work on and he loved staying busy. He also loved fishing and hunting whenever he could. When he had quiet time, he loved to read.
His animals that he loved so very much, two dogs, Lucky and Sheba and his cat, Cali and fourteen ducks. Philip A. FitzPatrick, Jr. Jericho- -Philip A. He was born in Anniston Alabama to Philip A. Phil had a passion for books, music and history.
He especially had a love for all things Ireland and attended Dublin University in He could probably tell you the location of every round tower in Ireland. He served in the U. Army Reserve until He worked for the VT Department of Corrections until he retired in He was appreciated for his compassion, commitment and wit.
A Memorial Service will be held at a later date. Rita M. Hatin Burlington- -Rita M. Hatin, 86, passed away on Tuesday, May 11, at Birchwood Terrace.Beautiful couple ready love Colchester Vermont
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