Local obituary notices in Lowell, MA
Yesterday | via Lowell Sun
When Michael Garvey was in the Navy during the 19th century, he went by the name James Sullivan. His gravestone in St. Patrick Cemetery displays both names, but excludes the Medal of Honor distinction he earned in 1882 for jumping off the U.S. Training Ship New Hampshire to save a third-class sailor who fell in the water. Comment?
Tuesday May 26 | via Patch.com
John Joseph Fierimonte, 22, a lifelong resident of Tewksbury and beloved son of George J. and Janice E. Fierimonte of Tewksbury, passed away unexpectedly at his home on Thursday morning, May 21, 2015. John was born in Stoneham, MA, on August 29, 1992. Comment?
Monday May 25 | via Lowell Sun
Civil War veteran and Lowell native William Clark was walking back to his Washington, D.C., boarding house one Friday night in 1865 when he came upon a large mob around the entrance to his room. Sufficiently confused, Clark walked up to find out that he couldn't get into his own home. Comment?
Monday May 25 | via Cape Cod Times
Bartholomew F. “Bart” Ryan, 83, of Lowell, and formerly Cape Cod, died Tuesday May 19, at D'Youville Senior Care in Lowell. He was the beloved husband of Joan F. Ryan, who survives him, and with whom he would have celebrated 55 years of marriage on May 28 of this year. Comment?
Wednesday May 20 | via Lowell Sun
Lisa Porter, a two-time cancer survivor, boxed up some belongings on Sunday for a yard sale, selling personal items so she could afford the $25 registration fee for a cancer walk at the end of the month. Porter, 48, is a single mother who said she struggles to pay rent and bills each month. Comment?
Wednesday May 13 | via Cape Cod Times
She was the beloved wife of the late Martin Hiltz. Pauline was born in Lowell, MA., the daughter of the late William & Anna Marcotte. Comment?
Sunday May 10 | via Boston Herald
Paul E. Hardy of Tewksbury, formerly of Andover and Dorchester, a former business manager and consultant, died Friday after a brief illness. A business manager and consultant for most of his life, he most recently worked his "retirement" years at Saints Medical Center in Lowell, where he had many friends and loved ones. Comment?
Monday May 4 | via Lowell Sun
From left to right at a recent groundbreaking for a columbarium at Lowell Cemetery are, directors Darren Sykes and George Duncan, Sayon Soeun, directors Rosemary Noon, Mehmed Ali and Ann Marie Page, Brian Chapman, board Vice President Robert McKittrick, directors Lewis Karabatsos and F. Alex Wilson, board President James Latham, cemetery Superintendent R. Brabrook Walsh and Office Manager Michael Lally. SUN/Ryan McBride Sun staff photos can be ordered by visiting our SmugMug site. Comment?
Apr 28, 2015 | via The Martha's Vineyard Times
Bradford "Buster" Moore died unexpectedly on April 17, 2015, at his home in Tisbury. He was born April 5, 1969, the only child of Betsy Bradford Moore of Bluffton, S.C. and James T. Moore of Nashua, N.H. He was named for Mayflower-era Governor William Bradford, a distant relative. Comment?
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