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Obituaries

ADDISON COUNTY

Barbara J. Preston, 65, Bristol BRISTOL  —   Barbara   J.   Preston,   65,  passed  away  Sunday,  June  9,  2013,   at  her  home  in  Bristol  surrounded  by   her  family. She  was  born  on  Jan.  10,  1948,  in   -DFNVRQYLOOH)OD Barbara   was   a   member   of   Real   Estate   Million   Dollar   Club   in   New   Orleans,   La.   She   moved   here   to   Bristol   in   1999   and   she   worked   at   Shaw’s   Supermarket   at   check-­ out   counter   where   she   met   a   lot   of   wonderful  people. She   is   survived   by   her   husband,   Burton   C.   Preston;͞   three   children,   Kimberly  and  Jason  Lasnier  and  their   children   Lana   and   Ashton,   Burton   and  Karen  Preston,  and  Matthew  and   Eunyoung  Preston;͞  her  sisters  Cherrie  

Paul LaDuke, 69, Sudbury native BURLINGTON  —   Paul   Kenneth   LaDuke,   69,   of   Burlington   died,   surrounded   by   his   family,   on   Thursday,   June   6,   2013,   at   the   Vermont  Respite  House  in  Williston. He   was   born   in   Sudbury   on   Jan.   12,   1944,   the   son   of   Kenneth   and   Marion   (Euber)   LaDuke.   He   grew   up   on   the   family   farm   in   Sudbury   and   received   his   early   education   in   local   schools.   He   later   attended   the   school  for  the  deaf  in  Rutland. He   trained   in   Virginia   in   wood-­ working  and  upholstery.  He  worked   for   I.B.M.   in   Essex   as   a   collator   in   WKHSULQWLQJRI¿FHDSRVLWLRQKHKHOG for  over  25  years.  He  was  forced  to   retire  due  to  a  disability  in  1994.  He   was   a   volunteer   at  Addison   County   Humane   Society   for   several   years.   +H ZDV DQ DYLG KXQWHU DQG ¿VK-­ erman.   He   enjoyed   the   farm,   his   computer  and  watching  old  Western   movies. Surviving   are   his   daughter,   Sara   LaDuke,   and   son,   Adam   LaDuke,  

both  of   Milton;͞   his   mother,   Marion   LaDuke  of  Sudbury;͞  a  brother,  Chris   LaDuke   of   Shoreham;͞   four   sisters,   Brenda   Wade   of   North   Petersburg,   N.Y.,  Arlene  Jackman  of  Vergennes,   and   Elaine   LaDuke   and   Kim   LaDuke,   both   of   Sudbury.   Many   nieces,   nephews   and   cousins   also   survive  him. He  was  predeceased  by  his  father,   Kenneth   LaDuke;͞   a   sister,   Barbara   Cummings;͞   and   a   brother,   James   LaDuke. The   graveside   committal   service   and   burial   took   place   on   Tuesday,   June  11,  2013,  at  2  p.m.  in  the  family   lot   at   Mountain   View   Cemetery   in   Orwell.   The   Rev.   Dwayne   Somero   RI¿FLDWHG )ULHQGV ZHUH LQYLWHG WR call   preceding   the   service   at   the   0LOOHU .HWFKDP)XQHUDO+RPHLQ Brandon,  on  Tuesday,  June  11,  from   11  a.m.  until  1  p.m. Memorial   gifts   may   be   made   to   The  Vermont  Respite  House,  99  Allen   Brook  Road,  Williston,  VT  05495.

husband  Craig   of   Colchester,   Laura  Napoletano  and  her  husband   Dr.   Robert,   of   Connecticut,   and   Patricia   Lacey   and   her   compan-­ ion   Sandy   Bongard   of   Canada;Íž   her   nephews,   Leo   Lacey   and   his   wife   Cheryl   of   Topsham,   Maine,   Larry   Lacey   of   Middlebury,   and   Bill   Lacey   and   his   wife   Lynn   of   Massachusetts. She   was   predeceased   by   her   parents   and   her   six   brothers,   William,   Laurence,   Ronald,   Cyril,   Kevin  and  Leo  Lacey. Visiting   hours   were   Monday,   June   10,   from   4-­7   p.m.   at   6DQGHUVRQ'XFKDUPH )XQHUDO Home,   117   South   Main   St.,   Middlebury.   A   Mass   of   Christian   burial   was   held   at   St.   Mary’s   Catholic   Church,  Tuesday,  June  11,  2013,  at   11  a.m.  The  Rev.  William  Beaudin   was   celebrant.   Burial   followed   at   St.  Mary’s  Cemetery. In   lieu   of   flowers,   contribu-­ tions   may   be   made   to   Project   Independence,   112   Exchange   St.,   Middlebury,   VT   05753,   or   The   0RUJDQ +RUVH )DUP DW  %DWWHOO

Had  I  known  this  was  our  last  trip  together  I  would  have  never  let  you  leave. This  is  now  my  third  Father’s  Day  without  you  here  and  it  really  hasn’t   gotten  much  easier.  I  cherish  the  days  like  the  one  we  shared  in  this  photo.   These  memories  and  the  echoes  of  your  voice  are  all  I  have  to  hold  on  to   now.  I  had  wished  for  many  more  days  like  this,  but  I’m  thankful  for  the  time   we  did  have  together.  The  way  in  which  you  lived  your  life  has  been  such   an  inspiration  to  me. It  has  given  me  strength when  I  needed  it  most. I  miss  you  so  much,   and  hold  on  to  hope that  one  day  we  will ¿VKDJDLQ Love  your  son,          Dana  Vautier  

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VERGENNES  —   Pauline   B.   Smith,   87,   passed   away   Monday,   June   10,   2013,   at   her   home   in   Vergennes. She  was  born  Jan.  16,  1926,  in  East   Corinth,   the   daughter   of   Alphonse   and  Eva  L’Heureux. She  grew  up  in  Vershire  and  they   moved   to   Shoreham.   She   married   Oliver  Smith  on  April  16,  1967,  and   they   lived   in   Panton,   where   they   farmed   together   until   1984.   Then   she  moved  to  MacDonough  Drive  in   Vergennes   ,   where   she   lived   for   the   last   29   years.   She   enjoyed   garden-­ LQJ ÀRZHU EHGV DQG ZDWFKLQJ granddaughter,   grandson,   and   her   great-­grandchildren. Predeceased   by   her   husband,   2OLYHU36PLWKRQ)HE She  is  survived  by  her  son,  Craig   and   Linda   L’Heureux   of   Bridport;͞   two   grandchildren,   Loren   and   Lisa  

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aesthetically  appealing.   Each   home   is   judged   in   10   categories:  Architecture,   Market   Appeal,   Engineering,   Communications,   Affordability,   Comfort  Zone,  Hot  Water,  Appliances,   Home   Entertainment   and   Energy   Balance.   Once   again,   Middlebury   College   has   been   selected   as   one   of   the   20   teams   to   design   and   build   an   entirely   solar-­powered   house.   This   year’s  competition  will  take  place  Oct.   3-­13   at   Orange   County   Great   Park   in   Irvine,  Calif. The   2013   Middlebury   team   has   called   its   design   “InSite.�   )URP LWV form,  to  the  materials  used,  the  home  is   inspired   by   Middlebury   and   Shannon   Street   —   its   future   home   after   the   competition.  The  design  aims  to  engage  

The entire team at Addison Family Medicine looks forward to welcoming you and your family.

would like to thank everyone for their cards, visits, phone calls and food given at this most difficult time. And to Addison County Home, Health and Hospice for their loving and caring help.

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L’Heureux  of   North   Carolina   and   Peggy  and  Bryan  Nolan  of  Addison;͞   four   great-­grandchildren,   Brittany,   Kristin   Nolan,   Sarah   and   Dana   L’Heureux;͞   a   brother,   Maurice   L’Heureux   of   Wisconsin;͞   a   sister,   'RULV0DUWLQRI)ORULGDDQGVHYHUDO nieces  and  nephews. She   was   predeceased   by   a   sister,   Lucienne   A.   Patnoe;͞   and   a   brother,   Joseph  Roland  Roger  L’Heureux. A   graveside   service   will   be   held   DW  DP RQ )ULGD\ -XQH  DW Prospect  Cemetery  in  Vergennes. There   will   be   no   public   calling   KRXUV ,Q OLHX RI ÀRZHUV FRQWULEX-­ tions   may   be   made   to   Addison   County   Home   Health   &   Hospice,   PO   Box   754,   Middlebury,   VT   or   Hospice   Volunteer   Services,   PO   Box   772,   Middlebury,   VT.   Brown-­ 0F&OD\)XQHUDO+RPHLQ9HUJHQQHV LVLQFKDUJHRIDUUDQJHPHQWV¸

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Mary Morse, 88, Middlebury MIDDLEBURY  —   Mary   G.   0RUVHSDVVHGDZD\RQ)ULGD\ June  7,  2013,  at  Helen  Porter  Health   &  Rehab  Center  in  Middlebury.   She  was  born  on  April  23,  1925,   LQ 6W -RKQV 1HZ )RXQGODQG Canada,   the   only   daughter   of   the   late  Roland  and  Louisa  (Corcoran)   Lacey. Mary  was  a  member  of  St.  Mary’s   Catholic  Church.  She  enjoyed  knit-­ ting  booties  for  over  55  years. She   was   employed   for   many   years  as  a  seamstress  at  Van  Raalte   )DFWRU\ LQ 0LGGOHEXU\ DQG DOVR sold  Avon  from  1960  to  1980. Survivors   are   her   only   daugh-­ ter   Mary   Lou   Humphries   of   Middlebury;͞   her   close   friend   and   almost   like   a   daughter   Betty   Lou   Gorton   of   Cornwall;͞   her   grand-­ children,   Chad   Humphries   of   Maryland   and   Rene   Schepers   of   Edgewood,   Md.;͞   her   great-­grand-­ children,   Samantha,   Sabrina   and   James   Schepers,   all   of   Maryland;͞   her   great-­great   granddaughters,   Vanna   and   Layla   Schepers;͞   her   sister-­in-­law   Gertrude   Lacey;͞   her   nieces,   Linda   Hoyt   and   her  

Wingate,  Doris   Peavy   and   Debbie;Íž   and  several  nieces  and  nephews. She   was   predeceased   by   her   sister   Cindy  Sadler. )XQHUDO VHUYLFHV ZHUH KHOG DW 10   a.m.   on   Thursday,   June   13,   at   Vergennes  Congregational  Church. Interment   will   be   in   Vermont   Veterans   Memorial   Cemetery   in   5DQGROSK )ULHQGV ZHUH LQYLWHG WR FDOO DW %URZQ0F&OD\ )XQHUDO Home   in   Bristol   on   Wednesday,   June  12,  from  5  to  8  p.m.  In  lieu  of   Ă€RZHUVFRQWULEXWLRQVPD\EHPDGH to  Addison  County  Home  Health  &   Hospice,  PO  Box  754,  Middlebury,   VT,  or  Hospice  Volunteer  Services,   PO   Box   772,   Middlebury,   VT   ¸

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