Author: Katie Chapa

April 8- April 11

The following birth announcements were published in the April 20, 2018 edition of the St. Albans Messenger: Levi Roman Mooney- a boy born at Northwestern Medical Center on April 8 to Brandon Mooney and Jaime Mooney of Sheldon. Grayson Michael Flower- a boy born at Northwestern Medical Center on April 10 to Tobias Michael Flower and Katrina Dudley Flower of Enosburg Falls. Quinn Lucille Labelle- a girl born at Northwestern Medical Center on April 10 to Shawn Richard Labelle and Nicole Paradee Labelle. Cora Madison Rushlow- a girl born at Northwestern Medical Center on April 10 to Dustin Kim Rushlow and Hannah Hanaker Rushlow of Enosburg Falls. Maddison Marie Deuso- a girl born at Northwestern Medical Center on April 11 to Alexander John Deuso and Heather Hutchins Deuso of Enosburg...

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Ronald B. Newfield

FLETCHER- Ronald Blanton Newfield, 77, passed away on Thursday, April 17, 2018 at his home in Fletcher. Visiting hours will be held on Sunday April 22, 2018 from 2 – 5 p.m. at A W Rich Funeral Home – Fairfax Chapel. Funeral services will be held on Monday April 23, 2018 at 11 a.m. at Binghamville Church with Reverend Ellen Ravelin officiating. Memorial contributions in Ronald’s memory may be made to Wounded Warriors and Make a Wish Foundations or charity of your choice. The family invites you to view further information and share your memories by visiting...

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Genevieve H. (Howard) Prevost

HOLLISTON, MA- Genevieve H. (Howard) Prevost, 80, a longtime Holliston resident died Wednesday, April 18, 2018 following a brief illness.  Born in Rome, N.Y. on Easter Sunday, she was known by her friends and family as Bunny.  She was the daughter of the late George and Helen (Prior) Howard, and the beloved wife of the late Allen Robert Prevost. Bunny was raised and educated in St, Albans, Vt. where she was a 1956 graduate of Bellows Free Academy. She went on to earn her Associates Degree at Endicott College and began working in Boston. Set up on a blind...

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Food to fertilizer

ST. ALBANS — In just three summers from now, Vermonters will no longer be able to eat a banana and toss the peel in the trashcan. Act 148 also known as the universal recycling law, passed in 2018, states that by July 1, 2020 all organic, compostable kitchen wastes will no longer be accepted in regular trash disposal. The Dept. of Environmental Conservation offers three alternatives: feeding animals with the scraps, composting at home or either self-hauling the waste to a compost drop-off location or signing up for curbside pick-up at your home. Since 2017, in St. Albans the...

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Roger L. Senesac

ST. ALBANS – Roger L. Senesac, 85, passed away Monday, April 16, 2018, in UVMC-Burlington with his loving wife and family by his side. Born in Wolcott, Vt. on Aug. 14, 1932, he was a son of the late Mark and Georgianna (Fontaine) Senesac. On Aug. 11, 1951, Roger married Lucille “Lou” Senesac in St. Francis Xavier Church in Winooski. Roger was first employed by H.P. Hood as a truck driver for 30 years. Then he and his wife, Lou owned Senesac Lawn and Garden Sales and Service, working together for 32 years. Roger was a Fourth Degree Knight...

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Dr Susan Carol, NMC, VT
Vermont Maple Festival 2018
2017 United Way of Northwest Vermont Resource Directory