Brattleboro Obituaries

Brattleboro Obituaries

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  • Friday Sep 28 | via Englewood Review 

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    John was born on January 1, 1934 in Attleboro, MA. He was the beloved son of the late Thomas H. Gilroy and Rose Gilroy.


  • Sep 16, 2018 | via The Brattleboro Reformer 

    Letters: Your Thanks: Childs

    Editor of the Reformer, The family of Herb Childs wants to offer thanks to all the friends, neighbors, colleagues and service providers who came to our assistance during our father`s last days and who made the August memorial service such a special event. The warmth and caring demonstrated by all of you were of great comfort at a time when we were in great need.


  • Sep 4, 2018 | via The Brattleboro Reformer 

    Letter: Racism demands a civil, productive response

    Editor of the Reformer, The racist threats made against State Representative Kiah Morris and her family are reprehensible, unacceptable and cowardly. Expressions of empathy and concern for Kiah and her family are important responses but will not alone impact the individual and systemic racism that we continue to witness in our state.


  • Sep 1, 2018 | via The Brattleboro Reformer 

    Remembering Katelyn

    Jake Cushing left a message on a memorial for his wife that said "My wife, my life, my everything," with Jake and Katelyn's wedding date 8/19/18. Ruth Cushing, sister to Jake Cushing, places a vase of flowers on a makeshift memorial for Katelyn during a candlelight vigil on Friday, Aug. 31, 2018.


  • Aug 28, 2018 | via The Brattleboro Reformer 

    Letter: Good-bye to Lester

    Editor of the Reformer, Retired Public Works highway grader operator Lester Powers has passed away. Lester was a 50-year employee of the Brattleboro Highway Department starting in 1945 and retiring in 1995.


  • Aug 21, 2018 | via Nashua Telegraph 

    Kevin D. Clark

    Kevin D. Clark, 48, of Nottingham, died August 19, 2018, at Dartmouth Hitchcock Hospital, in Lebanon, NH, of complications from the autoimmune disease granulomatosis with polyangiitis . Born in Brattleboro, VT, he was the son of John H. Clark and Patricia A. Clark.