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Stand Off- continued from page 6 LaBonte continued to speak with negotiators throughout the
day and refused to exit his home and surrender in a safe and peaceful manner.
Again, due to the cold weather and the amount of time that the Nashua Police Department&#x2019;s Special Response Team had been outside, the New Hampshire State Police was contacted and requested to respond and assist with the standoff. At approximately 8:00 p.m., the New Hampshire State Police SWAT Team arrived to relieve the Nashua Police Department&#x2019;s Unit and took over the perimeter and the negotiations. Throughout Friday evening and into the early morning hours on Saturday, the State Police negotiators continued to attempt to speak to Mr. LaBonte and to get him to surrender. Based on the lack of response from Mr. LaBonte and the cold weather conditions, the Southern New Hampshire Regional Special Operations Unit was scheduled to rotate in and relieve the State Police SWAT Team and to continue to attempt to negotiate a peaceful surrender. After numerous hours of having no contact with the negotiators, Mr. LaBonte walked out of his residence at approximately 4:30 a.m. and was taken into custody by members of the State Police and Pelham Police Department. Mr. LaBonte was immediately transported to Southern New Hampshire Regional Medical Center, Nashua, NH, for medical and mental evaluation by the Pelham Fire Department in police custody. Mr. LaBonte has been charged with Criminal Threatening and Resisting Arrest and will be arraigned on Tuesday morning before the Salem, NH District Court. The Pelham Police Department would like to thank the Southern New Hampshire Regional Special Operations Unit, Nashua Police Department&#x2019;s Special Response Team, New Hampshire State Police SWAT Team, Hudson Police Department, and especially the members of the Pelham Police Department. It was the ultimate goal of the Pelham Police Department, and all of the agencies involved, to bring this to a safe and peaceful resolution.
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The person who authored the petition is former School Board member and chairman Barbara Coish, who has remained active in the community since leaving the Board a couple of years ago. Coish said the reason she decided to put forth another SAU withdrawal petition, at this time, is the new high school. With the addition of the high school, the percentages of students between Pelham and Windham have changed. When Windham&#x2019;s high school students went to Salem, they were not included in the formula. &#x201C;Now that we have a high school full of kids, the percentage of the cost for Windham has increased,&#x201D; Coish said. Currently, Windham is charged with 55 percent of SAU #28 costs, while Pelham pays 45 percent of the overall expenses. The amount paid by each of the two towns is not only based on the number of students enrolled in each school district, but also the total valuation of the town. Currently, property in the Town of Windham is valued at a much higher level than in the Town of
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&#x201C;It&#x2019;s not worth repairing,&#x201D; Chief McPherson said. &#x201C;I have no desire to keep the truck.&#x201D; Should the warrant article fail to garner sufficient voter support,
however, another $12,000 to $15,000 in repairs would be needed &#x201C;just to keep it on the road,&#x201D; McPherson explained. &#x201C;It&#x2019;s been in use for almost 20 years.&#x201D; &#x201C;It&#x2019;s overdue to be replaced,&#x201D; Selectman Hohenberger said. In the past five years, in excess of $200,000 has been spent just keeping &#x201C;Engine #3&#x201D; on the road. &#x201C;This truck failed at three major fires in the past year,&#x201D; McPherson reported. &#x201C;It&#x2019;s a safety issue.&#x201D; In regard to the possibility that the proposed warrant article won&#x2019;t pass voter scrutiny this coming March, Selectman Breton said he
feels that town officials could, subsequently, find money in the town operating budget for repairing the old fire truck. &#x201C;There&#x2019;s always some money kicking around,&#x201D; Breton said. Sullivan took exception with Breton&#x2019;s remark, however. &#x201C;There are no slush funds kicking around,&#x201D; Sullivan said, adding that this year&#x2019;s proposed budget had already been cut to the bone. &#x201C;Our fire attack capacity has been reduced because of problems with this truck,&#x201D; McPherson emphasized. &#x201C;We&#x2019;ve spent all this money on it, but it continues to fail.&#x201D; This is not the first year that McPherson asked selectmen to put forth a warrant article proposing a new fire truck be purchased to replace &#x201C;Engine #3.&#x201D; In the past, however, selectmen chose to have the truck repaired instead.
Pelham. &#x201C;SAU costs need to be studied again,&#x201D; Coish told School Board members during the annual budget hearing. According to the petition presented by Coish, a planning committee to study the issue would include two members of the Windham School Board, appointed by the full Windham School Board; five members of the public appointed by the School District Moderator; and the Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Frank Bass. &#x201C;Let the voters have their say [this coming March],&#x201D; Coish said. &#x201C;It doesn&#x2019;t hurt to study the issue again. It takes three years to accomplish the study.&#x201D; Windham School Board members took no official vote on
whether or not to recommend this petition, currently listed on the School District Warrant as Article #7. The petition includes the signatures of a minimum of 25 registered Windham voters. When encouraged to withdraw the petition from consideration, Coish declined.
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Sister M. Leona Greenfield Sister M. Leona (Lorraine) Greenfield, 95, a Sister of
Mercy for 76 years, died January 16, 2011. A native of East Boston, MA, Sister Leona was the daughter of Charles and Mary (Angel) Greenfield. Sister Leona received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Mount Saint Mary College in Hooksett, and her Masters of Education from Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA. For many years she was a dedicated teacher and administrator in Catholic
schools in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. In New Hampshire she taught at Sacred Heart School in Nashua; Immaculate Conception in Penacook; and St. Anthony in Manchester. She served as principal at St. Joseph in Keene, and St. Patrick, and St. Catherine Schools in Manchester. She was also a teacher at St. Ann School in Gloucester, MA. After retiring from teaching, Sister Leona served as administrator of the
Convent of Mercy on Union Street in Manchester. For two years she was at Maria&#x2019;s House in Methuen, MA, where her ministry was childcare. She also performed numerous services within the community at Warde Health Center in Windham. Family members include a brother, Thomas Greenfield, of Winthrop, MA, and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by two sisters, Bernice Driscoll and Mae Laforette; and two brothers, William and Francis Greenfield.
A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated January 20 in Our Lady of
Mercy Chapel at the Warde Health Center. Burial followed in St. Joseph Cemetery in Bedford. Memorial donations may be made to the Sisters of Mercy, 21 Searles Road, PO Box 420, Windham, NH 03087-0420. Douglas & Johnson Funeral Home, 214 Main Street, Salem, had care of
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Geraldine M. (Eichorn) Welch Geraldine M. (Eichorn) Welch, 82, of Epping, died
January 16, 2011, from injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident in Deerfield. Gerry was born in Lawrence, MA, where she grew up and attended school. She graduated valedictorian of her high school class. She was a resident of Epping for the past 21 years. Mrs. Welch was a retired self-employed LPN, working in elderly home care in Cape Cod, MA. She was a member of the North Hampton United Methodist Church and
the Hampton Senior Citizens Club. Mrs. Welch was an avid reader and enjoyed doing crossword puzzles and watching TV game shows, but her life and love revolved around her kids, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, John J. Welch. She is survived by her daughter Carlene and her husband Randall
Wells of Epping; sons: John &#x201C;Jack&#x201D; and his wife Deborah Welch of Windham, Shaun and his wife Donna Welch of Salem, and Patrick and his wife Janice Welch of Londonderry; 11 grandchildren: Michael and Cailee Welch, Nathaniel and his wife Dy Welch, Caitlin and David Welch, Kelcie and Jake John Patrick Welch, Tammi, Rebekah, and Maggie-Leigh Wells, and Shane and his wife Kelly Wells; and five great-grandchildren: Issac, Avery, Sophia, Aedan, and Aymery. Calling hours will be Friday, January 21, from 3-7 p.m. at Douglas
and Johnson Funeral Home, 214 Main Street, Salem. Funeral services will be held Saturday, January 22, at 11 a.m. at
Triumphant Cross Lutheran Church, Zion Hill Road, Salem. Cremation will follow.
Memorial donations may be made to St. Jude&#x2019;s Children&#x2019;s Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105, or to Special Olympics, 650 Elm Street, Manchester, NH 03101. To send a message of condolence to the family, please view the obituary at www.douglasandjohnson.com
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