Month: December 2014

MARTHA E. MCALLISTER

RICHFORD — Martha E. McAllister, age 95, passed away Tuesday morning, Dec. 30, 2014 at Our Lady of the Meadows in Richford with her family at her side. To read the complete obituary, see page 5A in the Wednesday edition of the St. Albans Messenger, or subscribe to our digital...

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Golden anniversary for senior center

ST. ALBANS — The Franklin County Senior Center served its first holiday meal on Thanksgiving Day in 1967. Although 18 people had signed up, 10 attended: Mr. and Mrs. John Hojaboom, Mr. and Mrs. William Young, Mrs. C.E. Sabins, Mrs. Rose Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Fernand Verret and Fredrick Preston. On Monday, the center served its most recent holiday meal, a New Year’s dinner to a packed house at its current home on Messenger Street. At Christmas, the center served 100 people. The center first opened its doors on Oct. 15, 1967 at 100 South Main St. previously home...

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KENNETH MIDDLEBROOK

ALBURGH — Kenneth Middlebrook, 79, of Alburgh, beloved husband of the late Shirley Buice Falcone Middlebrook, loving father, grandfather “Pop Pop”, great-grandfather, brother, uncle, and a friend to so many, died Monday, Dec. 15, 2014 at Connecticut Hospice in Branford. To read the complete obituary, see page 5A in the Tuesday edition of the St. Albans Messenger, or subscribe to our digital...

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DONALD L. WILLEQUER

ST. ALBANS — Mr. Donald L. Willequer, age 83, passed away Wednesday, Dec. 24, 2014 at the University of Vermont Medical Center. He was born Dec. 27, 1930, in Bristol, Conn., son of the late Edmund and Rose Mary (Pecor) Willequer. To read the complete obituary, see page 5A in the Tuesday edition of the St. Albans Messenger, or subscribe to our digital...

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Pedestrians at risk

ST. ALBANS TOWN — Cars whizzed along Route 7-North Monday under a harsh, blinding afternoon sun. One truck driver pulled in aggressively to Colonial Mart without checking his surroundings while another small car sped up the exit lane of Walmart. At the opposite end of the town, a steady stream of cars turned in and out of the St. Albans State Highway (SASH) to Interstate 89 and Exit 19, while many others trundled on the stretch of Route 104 between Collins Perley Sports & Fitness Center and the Jolley Store. On North Main Street, making a left turn out...

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