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20 The Patriot, April 11, 2012 OBITUARIES

Harry F. Card, Sr. WOODSTOCK, CT – Harry F. Card,

Sr., 85, of Bungay Hill Rd., rejoined his wife after being apart for 2 years, on April 3, 2012. He died at Webster Man- or Nursing Home in Webster. His wife of 65 years, Gloria J. (Duchaine) Card, died in 2009. He is survived by ten daughters, one

son, one brother, 27 grandchildren, 38 great grandchildren, 8 great-great grandchildren, and many nephews and nieces. He was also predeceased by two sons. He was born in Pawcatuck, RI, and lived in Rhode Island, Oxford, Ne- braska, and Dudley before moving to Woodstock 9 years ago. He served in the Massachusetts Air National Guard at Camp Edwards during World War II. Mr. Card was a Class A Machinist at Millbury Tool and

Die for over 20 years, retiring in 1990. He loved to play cards and enjoyed playing pitch at the Ole Tyme Inn in Millbury. He liked fishing, word search puzzles, was an avid Red Sox fan, and enjoyed camping at Hideaway Cove in Killingly, CT. A Memorial Mass will be held at 10 a.m. on Wednesday,

April 11, 2012, at St. Roch’s Church, 332 Main St., Oxford. Please meet directly at the church. Burial will follow at St. Roch’s Cemetery in Oxford. There are no calling hours. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to a charity of one’s choice. Paradis Funeral Home, 357 Main St., Oxford, is directing the arrangements. www.paradis-

Eddy L. Garneau OXFORD – Eddy L. Garneau, 69, of Sunset Avenue, died

on Tuesday, April 3, 2012. He was predeceased by his wife of 34 years, Claire H. (Heeps) Garneau of Oxford, who died on December 4, 2011. He is survived by two children, Sean E. Garneau of Oxford, and Christina M. Nicholson and her husband Jeff of Worcester. He was born in Canada and lived in Uxbridge before moving to Oxford 36 years ago. Mr. Garneau was a lab technician at Indusol Inc. in Whitinsville for 45 years, retiring in 2011. He enjoyed working on computers, fishing and music. A calling hour was held on Saturday, April 7, 2012, from

11 a.m – 12 noon at Paradis Funeral Home, 357 Main St., Oxford. Burial will be private at a later date. www.parad-

Charles A. Lamb WORCESTER - On Thursday, April

5, 2012, Charles A. Lamb passed away after a brief period of declining health. Chicky was born December 9, 1942

in Worcester to Charles J. and Esther (Brash) Lamb. Although He contracted polio at nine months of

age, he defied the odds and went on to live a meaningful and Inspiring life. making the most of each and every

day, Chicky could often be found out- doors with his shades on catching rays, and maybe driving a little too fast in his motorized wheel- chair. Material possessions were not important to Chick. His idea of wealth was family, friends, good conversation and a beautiful day. He was also a music lover and en- joyed going to concerts. Always a ladies man, Chicky was at his best when in company of beautiful women. His dry sense of humor and carefree attitude could always bring a smile during the most unexpected times. His optimism will always be remembered by those who knew and loved him. He leaves his loving family, his sister Marjorie Burl-

ingame and her husband Kenyon, his nephew James and niece, Christine all of Charlton. Chick’s older sister Gloria passed in 1960 and he is also survived by her daughter Laura Favreau. At his request, the funeral service was private. Chicky’s

family wishes to extend their gratitude to all those who helped make his life brighter by being there for him. “Rest easy now Chick, you were much loved.” An honest man now lies at rest As e’er God with his image blest; The friend of man, the friend of truth, The friend of age, and guide of youth: Few hearts like his, with virtue warm’d, Few heads with knowledge so inform’d : If there’s another world, he lives in bliss; If there is none, he made the best of this. -Robert Burns The Robert J. Miller-Charlton Funeral Home, 175 Old Worcester Rd., assisted Chick’s family with arrangements. On Line Guest Book:

Irene E. Martin OXFORD – Irene E. (Lynch) St. Martin,

87, of Wheelock Street, died Saturday, April 7, 2012, at her daughter’s home in Oxford. She was predeceased by her husband, Gerald E. St. Martin who died in 1981. She is survived by her daugh- ter, Debra Lamarche and her husband Dennis of Oxford; her son, Gerald St. Martin and his wife Christina of Oxford; six grandchildren, Kelley Twombly and her husband Matthew of Belmont, NH, Heather Davis and her husband Jona- than of Oxford, Lisa Lamarche of Oxford, Kimberlee La- marche of Oxford, Heather Lamarche of Oxford, and Scott St. Martin of Brooklyn, New York; five great grandchil- dren, Nathan, Matthew, Kyle, Abigail, and Cameron. She was predeceased by three brothers, Robert Lynch, Edward Lynch, and George Lynch. She was born in Worcester, the daughter of the late George H. and Elizabeth (Gamble) Lynch. Mrs. St. Martin was a bookkeeper for 30 years, retiring

40 years ago. She liked to spend time in Maine and loved the ocean. She enjoyed dancing, playing cards, crossword puzzles, listening to Michael Buble, and especially enjoyed spending time with her family. A funeral service will be private. There are no calling

hours. Burial will be private at Hillside Cemetery in Au- burn. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the VNA Care Hospice, 120 Thomas St., Worces- ter, MA 01608, or to Sacred Heart-St. Catherine of Sweden Church, 569 Cambridge St., Worcester, MA 01610. Par- adis Funeral Home, 357 Main St., Oxford, is directing the arrangements.

Rev. Henry R. Dery BLOOMFIELD, CT - Reverend Henry

R. Dery, 92, of Bloomfield, CT, passed away peacefully Saturday, April 7, 2012.

Father Dery was born May 7, 1919 in Dudley, MA, son of the late Adelard and Anne (Lachance) Dery. He graduated from St. Joseph Seminary in Cleveland, Ohio and was ordained May 22, 1948 in Cleveland by The Most Reverend Edward F. Hoban, then Archbishop of Cleveland. In 1948 Father Dery began his studies in Rome at the Angelicum University where he received his degree in Theology- S.T.L. in 1950. He returned to Cleveland in 1950 and be- gan teaching at Major Seminary until 1953. Father Dery then became the Spiritual Director at Eymard Seminary in Hyde Park, NY where he served for five years before becoming a Vocational Recruiter and later the Rector of Eymard Seminary until 1968. In 1968, Father Dery was appointed to his first pastorate at St. Charles Borromeo Parish in Albuquerque, New Mexico. In 1980 he became the Pastor and Superior at Sacred Heart Parish in Salt Lake City, Utah. In 1984, Father Dery began serving the Archdiocese of Hartford at St. Joseph Church in Bristol, CT and then at St. Jerome Church in New Britain, CT. He became the Pastor at the Church of the Nativity in Beth- lehem, CT in 1988 where he served until his retirement in 1994.

Father Dery retired in his hometown of Webster-Dudley,

MA. He celebrated his Golden Jubilee on May 22, 1998 and later that year Father Dery moved to St. Thomas Semi- nary in Bloomfield, CT where he continued to help out in many parishes. Father Dery is survived by many nieces, nephews and grandnieces and grandnephews. He was predeceased by nine brothers, four sisters and his two uncles, Rev. Ludger Lachance SSS and Rev. Henri Lachance SSS. Friends may call at Saint Thomas Seminary, 467 Bloom-

field Ave., Bloomfield, CT on Wednesday (Apr. 11) from 9:00-11:00 am. The Mass of Christian Burial will be cel- ebrated on Wednesday (Apr. 11) at 11:00 am in the Chapel of Saint Thomas Seminary by the Most Reverend Henry J. Mansell, Archbishop of Hartford. On Thursday, April 12, friends may call at Father Dery’s home parish Sacred Heart of Jesus, 18 East Main St., Webster, MA from 9:00- 10:45am followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in Sacred Heart of Jesus at 11:00am. Father Dery will be buried in Sacred Heart of Jesus Cemetery in Webster, MA. In lieu of flowers, donations in Father Dery’s memory may be made to Saint Thomas Seminary, 467 Bloomfield Ave., Bloom- field, CT 06002. Funeral arrangements are under the di- rection of Sitkowski & Malboeuf Funeral Home, Inc., 340 School Street, Webster, MA 01570.

Constance E. Chaput WEBSTER - Constance E. (Braman) Chaput, age 73,

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formerly of Eddy Street, died Saturday, April 7, 2012, at Saint Vincent Hospital, Worcester. Her husband, Normand Chaput I, died in 2004. She

leaves three sons, Normand Chaput II and his wife Su- zanne of Quaker Hill, CT., David Chaput of Webster, Ed- ward Chaput and his wife Sherry of Vero Beach, Fl.; three daughters, Donna Henley of Dudley, Melissa Rilkoff and her husband Ed of Sandwich, Rebecca Poirier of Charlton; a sister, Doris Corbin; fourteen grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by two broth- ers, Ed Braman and Fred Braman, and by a sister, Bea- trice Constantine. She was born in Webster, daughter of the late Frederick

and Stasia (Sledzik) Braman. She lived and raised her family in North Grosvenordale, CT., before moving to Web- ster seven years ago. She was a graduate of Saint Louis High School and was a retired telephone operator, having worked at Commerce Insurance for over 15 years. A Funeral Mass will be held on Wednesday, April 11, 2012,

at 10:00 am in Saint Louis Church, Lake Street, Webster. Burial will be in Saint Joseph Cemetery, North Grosvenor- dale, CT. A calling hour will be Wednesday morning from 8:45 to 9:45 am in the Shaw-Majercik Funeral Home, 48 School Street, Webster. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Saint Louis Endowment Fund.

Matthew G. Frink DUDLEY - Matthew G. Frink 58, for-

merly of Woodstock, Ct died unexpect- edly Sunday, April 8, 2012 surrounded by his family. He was born in Putnam, Ct., November 8, 1953 son of Robert G. Frink, Sr., and Shirley (Keith). He leaves his wife of 32 years, Jane (Patterson) Frink and their two daugh- ters; Jessica R. Frink-Ciuchta and her husband Christopher of Webster, and Amy Frink-Vincent and her husband Jason of Dayville, Ct. He also leaves two brothers, Robert G. Frink, Jr. and

his wife Lynn and another brother Neil Frink and his wife Denise of Woodstock, Ct; His mother-in-law Rose C. Pat- terson and brother-in-law James Patterson and his wife Sally of Webster, Also many nieces and nephews. Matthew attended Woodstock schools and was a profes-

sional welder by trade. He enjoyed spending time at Crys- tal Pond in Woodstock and fishing with his companion and dog Ozzie. He also enjoyed cookouts at the lake with his family and friends. A Memorial Service will be private for the family at a later date. There are no calling hours. The Robert J. Miller Funeral Home and Lake Chapel, 366 School St., is assisting the family with arrangements. On Line Guest Book:


Webster Conservation Commission Public Meeting Notice

In accordance with M.G.L. Ch. 131 Sec. 40, as amended

– The Wetlands Protection Act, a public meeting will be held on a Request for Determination of Applicability filed by Carol Kruegar to determine whether the proposed in- stallation of a fence on the northern property boundary of 155 South Shore Road (58-D-22), Webster, Massachusetts is subject to the Wetlands Protection Act. The public meet- ing will be held on Monday, April 23, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. in the Basement Conference Room of the Webster Town Hall, 350 Main Street, Webster, Massachusetts. Any person interested in this application should appear at the time and place designated.

Bennett J. Smith III, Chairman Webster Conservation Commission

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The Board of Selectmen will hold a public hearing on

Monday, April 23, 2012 at 7:10 p.m. in the Selectmen’s Meeting Room, Town Hall, Webster, MA, on Waterfront Mary’s Outdoor Entertainment Licenses. Anyone wishing to be heard may appear at the time and place designated.

Walter Ricci Chairman, Board of Selectmen 4/11 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

Webster Planning Board Notice of Public Hearing

In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 40A, Sec-

tion 5, M.G.L., the Webster Planning Board will hold a public hearing on Monday, April 23, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. in the Basement Conference Room of the Webster Town Hall, 350 Main Street, Webster, Massachusetts to discuss the following proposed zoning district change: Article. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Town of Webster Zoning Map referenced in Section 650-13 of the Code of the Town of Webster by re-designating certain parcels of land from the current zoning of Single-Family Residential (S.F.R.) to a zone of Business with Sewer (B-4), identified as said real estate in the Town of Webster lo- cated on Harry’s Way, Old Worcester Road and Bigelow Road in the County of Worcester in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as shown on Assessors Plat 23, Lots A2, A3, A3.1, A3.2, A3.3 and Assessors Plat 18 Lot B1. The subject parcels consist of 47.5 acres of land, more or less. Said parcels are currently assessed to Webster-Dudley Sand & Gravel, Sunny Shores Estates/Ralph Leo, Harry and Elizabeth Leo, DJJ Realty and Henry J. Ceppetelli Co., Inc. Said described land to be re-designated is bound- ed as follows: To the north by land currently designated as Business with Sewer (B-4) zone, by land now or formerly of St. Joseph’s Cemetery, and by land now or formerly of the Town of Webster; To the west by Bigelow Road; To the south by the center line of Mill Brook, and by land now or formerly of New England Power Company; and To the east by land now or formerly of the Town of Webster Mt. Zion Cemetery; or take any other action relative thereto. Copies of the proposed zone change article with maps

are available for inspection in the Office of the Town Clerk and the Code Enforcement Office, Webster Town Hall, 350 Main Street, Webster, Massachusetts between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon on Friday. Any person interested or wishing to be heard should appear at the time and place designated.

Paul LaFramboise, Chairman Webster Planning Board

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Free Choosing Hospice booklet “Choosing Hospice,” a guide to specialized care for the

terminally ill, is available for free from VNA Care Network & Hospice, a nonprofit agency that provides physical, emo- tional, practical and spiritual support to terminally ill pa- tients and their families in Charlton, Dudley, East Douglas, Oxford, Webster and other area communities. The booklet answers common questions about hospice and gives a list of resources. To receive a free copy of the guide, call VNA Care Network & Hospice at 800-728-1862 or e-mail info@ More information about VNA Care Network & Hospice is available at www.vnacarenetwork. org.

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