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Melrose mayor, Curtin to battle for Town Admin. job By Christopher Roberson


rom the original 38 applicants who stepped forward to be the next town administrator, Lynnfield Assistant to the Administration Robert Curtin and Melrose Mayor Robert Dolan will be vying for a favorable vote from the Board of Selectmen on Dec. 20. “We’ve made a tremendous amount of progress in a relatively short period of time,” said search consultant Bernard Lynch during the board’s Dec. 11 meeting. He said the Screening Committee had initially identified three applicants as finalists; however, the third candidate

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a Master’s Degree from Northeastern University. Chairman Christopher Barrett said he is looking forward to having one of the applicants become the new town administrator. “Lynnfield is moving in the right direction,” he said. Planning Board fills vacancy In other news, the Planning Board met with the selectmen to interview three candidates to fill the vacancy that was left by former Chairman John Faria when he resigned on Nov. 29. In a 3-1 vote, the Planning Board selected Attor-


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opted to withdraw. “That’s not unusual when it gets to this point,” said Lynch. “I think you have two excellent candidates to interview.” Curtin has been in his current position for the past eight years. Prior to working at Town Hall, he was a newspaper and magazine editor for 25 years. Curtin holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Harvard University. Dolan was elected as the mayor of Melrose 16 years ago. Before taking the corner office at City Hall, Dolan served on the Board of Aldermen from 1998 to 2002 and was on the School Committee from 1994 to 1998. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Fordham University and





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Annabelle Curley of Lynnfield will perform as The Baby Mouse in the Boston Ballet’s production of Mikko Nissinen’s The Nutcracker.


nnabelle Curley, of Lynnfield is performing in Boston Ballet’s production of Mikko Nissinen’s The Nutcracker in the role of The Baby Mouse in the battle scene. Curley, age 8, has been a student at Boston Ballet School for four years. She is in 3rd grade at Shore Country Day School.The Nutcracker opens November 24 at the Boston Opera House with performances through New Year’s Eve, December 31.

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Lynnfield schools host third annual Hour of Code By Christopher Roberson


he entire Lynnfield School District recently set aside 60 minutes to focus on computer coding during the Hour of Code event, which is part of Computer Science Week. Sarah Perkins, the district’s digital teaching coach, said this is the third year that Lynnfield has participated in the event, which took place on Dec. 7. “Hour of Code is a global cel-

ebration with over 200 million students participating. The idea is that students all over the world are exposed to coding at all ages, at the same time,” said Perkins. “Lynnfield began participating in the schools in the media centers, and then the idea spread to have high school students come teach the elementary students how to code as a mentoring opportunity.” She said the event can also be customized for each grade

level by using KIBO and Sphero robots as well as coding games and pre-reader activities. “Some students are also more comfortable with advanced coding, so they may try something beyond what is typically offered,” said Perkins. “For Lynnfield students, coding is a major part of the curriculum district-wide already and an activity many students pursue in their free time. Hour of Code is a chance to be a part of a great

global celebration, helping the world to feel a little smaller.” Perkins said the Hour of Code prepares students to be successful in jobs so futuristic that they may not even exist yet. “Increasingly, our world is run by devices embedded with computer chips – our lamps, our heating, even our clothing – all can be coded,”she said.“As the demand for these automated activities grows, so does the demand for workers who can write the code

for these devices.” Perkins also said that writing code is part of a much larger process. “It is allowing [students] to develop their problem-solving skills, collaboration and perseverance – all of which are skills we work to develop in the Lynnfield schools,” she said. “Students can approach coding how they approach other challenges in school, facing a question or problem and figuring out the solution.”

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arketStreet Lynnfield invites the entire family to celebrate New Year’s Eve with a festive bash that rings in 2018 in bigger and better form than ever. Expanding on the fourth annual MarketStreet Lynnfield New Year’s Eve Family Block Party, the property will host the event at a new location, closing down an entire block, from Nike Running to California Pizza Kitchen, on Dec. 31 from 5-7 p.m. Packed with lively entertainment and bursting with colorful confetti, MarketStreet Lynnfield New Year’s Eve Fam-

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The Lynnfield Public Library (18 Summer St.) will be hosting the following events: The Winter Songfest will be hosted by Jeannie Mack at 10:30 a.m. on Dec. 15. The program is designed for children aged two to six. Registration is not required. The Gingerbread House Party will be held at 3:30


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Faria and Sievers explain Planning Board departure By Christopher Roberson


espite having two years left on his term with the Planning Board, Chairman John Faria resigned on Nov. 29 – one month after Heather Sievers, the board’s vice chairman, also stepped down. Although he spent six months contemplating his decision, Faria said Sievers’s resignation pushed him in the direction of leaving the board. “That created a void in my vision for a Master Plan for the town,” he said. “There were some pretty heavy issues coming up.” In addition to the growing number of hours Faria needed to commit to his job as a trial lawyer, he said there had also been numerous occasions when he needed to recuse himself from discussions because of legal involvement with a project applicant. “That was beginning to create a problem,” he said. Faria said he has left the board in good hands as Member Michael Sheehan and new Chairman Brian Charville are both attorneys. “If they weren’t there, I probably would’ve tried to stick it out a little longer,” he said. During a joint meeting with the Board of Selectmen on Nov. 20, Faria pushed to have former Member Alan Dresios by his side going forward. However, it was not to be as the Planning Board voted 5-2 to appoint resident Scott Gromko instead. In addition, Faria said, his decision to resign was in no way

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Heather Sievers influenced by the complaint that was filed against him by Kathy Randele, the town’s former Planning and Land Use assistant, with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. Sievers said that during the past several months, the Planning Board had discussed the prospect of hiring a town planner. However, she said, the members could not agree as to whether or not it was the right move for Lynnfield. “On the day we discussed it, there were four

of us at the meeting and it was deadlocked,” she said. Sievers said that while she was on the board, she and Dresios spent significant amounts of time working on projects that would fall within the purview of a town planner. Therefore, Sievers said, she would be interested in applying for a town planner position in Lynnfield should the board revisit the idea. However, she said that under the Town Charter, anyone who is on a board or committee must resign and wait one year before applying for a paid town position. Faria said he would support Sievers as an applicant for town planner. “Heather is certainly a capable and hard-working individual; there are still plenty of large tracts of land that are going to be developed,” he said, adding that an example is the land surrounding Route 1. “That side of town needs a significant amount of work.”

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~Lynnfield History~

Christmas shopping in Lynnfield, circa 1957 By Helen Breen


s Lynnfield’s population tripled in the post–World War II years, the Colonial Shopping Center was built in the early 1950’s to serve the needs of the expanding community. The project included the incorporation of Levi Russell’s “general store,” which had provisioned the town with food, grain, yard goods, and sundries in the same location since 1840. The Lynnfield

Shopper’s News On November 21, 1957, the first edition of the Shoppers News was delivered free to every home in Lynnfield, an arrangement that would continue for decades. The editorial on page 1 queried, “Why travel afar, wearing out your car and nerves, fighting traffic and congestion, when you can fill your shopping needs in the Lynnfield area?” Just in time for Christmas! Perusing the next few issues gives us a glimpse of what was “hot” for Christmas giving 60 years ago this month.

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At the Colonial Shopping Center Lynnfield Jewelers: Popular items included sterling charms, baby silver, stone rings, and a variety of “smoking accessories,” such as ashtrays, cigarette urns, pocket lighters and table lighters by Ronson and Zippo; clocks and watches by Speidel, Bulova and Seth Thomas; electric shavers by Schick, Sunbeam and Remington. Their advertisement boasted a “liberal allowance for your old watch or electric shaver.” “Barkey” Gulezian, a much beloved figure in town, ran the Lynnfield Jewelers for over 32 years. He died in 2017 at the age of 96. The Village Footman: A boutique family shoe store featuring such brands as Buster Brown, Bass Weejuns and Sandler of Boston, in addition to a variety of ice skates. Marston’s Countryside Store: basically a small department store where the Village Pharmacy now stands. Their holiday ad highlighted corduroy or velvet “skating skirts” for $6.95-$9.50 in all sizes. A new housewares section showcased Ecko, Pyrex, Flintware and Rubbermaid goods along with a complete Revere Ware line. The News and Record Shoppe: opened in 1956 by the Rodham family in the rear addition. Later the business was expanded and moved to the front of the complex when Marston’s Store vacated. Then called the Pioneer Shoppe, the enterprise thrived for many years. Worthen’s Food Mart: the flagship enterprise of the Colonial Shopping Center. Founded by Ken and Ireta Worthen in 1951, Worthen’s

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This is a sketch of Lynnfield Center’s Colonial Shopping Center as it appeared in 1957. While the basic configuration remains the same, many changes have occurred. The Rodham Gas Station closed in the 1980’s and was replaced by The Savings Bank. Essex Bank, now Santander, was added to the rear of the complex. The Village Room, now Center Court, has continued as a restaurant with a variety of owners over the years. (Image: Lynnfield Shoppers News, November 21, 1957)

Cha r m bra ce le ts we re a popular item at Lynnfield Jewelers. (Image: The News and Record Shop offered a wide assortment of offered self-service, charge record albums for the holiday. accounts and home deliv- (Image: Pinterest) ery, amenities appreciated by newcomers and old-timers alike. Christmas 1957 specials included Dromedary dates, Hood’s eggnog and Crosse & Blackwell’s hard sauce, along with “frozen eviscerated turkeys.” Worthen’s closed in the early 1980’s, the end of an era in Lynnfield. B u ste r B rown chi ldre n’s shoes were sold at the Village South Lynnfield Footman. (Image: South Lynnfield also supported many businesses around keys or West Peabody Capons “Lynnfield Square,” the old – “PLEASE ORDER EARLY!” Newburyport Turnpike, before Perley Burrill’s: at 906-912 they were displaced by the re- Salem St. “Just Off the Pike – configuration of Routes 1 and Where the Lights Shine Bright.” 128 in the 1960’s. Perley’s offered gasoline, range Natoli Hardware: on 472 oil, and maintenance servicBroadway – “Store of a Thou- es in addition a selection of sand Items.” Children’s toys, 18 brands of television and hiboxed Christmas cards for 77¢, fi sets. Popular models were outdoor lights for $2.19 and “all Philco, Emerson, General Elecaluminum” snow shovels for tric and Sylvania with “Halo$3.88 were advertised. light.” An Admiral 20” TV went Hannegan’s Garden Green: for $279.95. “on the Pike, next to Dairy Good Luck Farms: at Salem Queen” offered “Free Mistle- Street on the Lynn-Lynnfield toe!!!” with every Christmas line suggested, “Try us for a tree priced from $1.00 up. Also delicious after shopping meal.” available were “red berries, bar- Two minute service. A familyberries, balsam boughs, and size dinner of Bar-B-Q chicken laurel roping.” with stuffing, gravy, cranberDurkin’s Market: in South ry sauce, French fries and cole Lynnfield Square; it featured slaw cost $2.99. Bon appetit! 7-E ribbon candy, layer figs, And so it went at Christfancy fresh oysters for 98¢ a mas time in Lynnfield 60 years pint and Vermont Fresh Tur- ago…

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Advocate Asks with Asst. Town Clerk Diane Hammerbeck For this week’s “The Advocate Asks,” we interviewed Diane Hammerbeck, who has been Lynnfield’s assistant town clerk since 2004. Q: How and when did you get into working in municipal government? A: I had always worked in retail and felt it was time for a change. In 1991, I heard that there were a couple of openings in the Town Hall and applied. The position I applied for was for general clerical work. I had explained that I had always worked in retail and was looking for a change and I was willing to learn what was needed to be hired. I learned a lot on the job as I went along.

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Q: How long have you been the assistant town clerk? A: I have been the assistant town clerk since 2004.

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Q: Why did you apply for the assistant town clerk’s position? A: I actually did not apply for the assistant town clerk’s position when I was hired; it was for general clerical work.


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Pioneers hockey team powers past Gloucester in Saturday’s season opener By Joe Mitchell


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FOOTBALL AWARDS: Shown, from left to right, are (top row) Anthony Murphy, Kenneth Babine, Peter Look, EJ Umlah, Cooper Marengi, Jason Ndansi, Nicholas Torosian, Nathan Drislane, (bottom row) Jack Razzaboni, Harry Drislane, Matthew Mortellite, Nicholas Kinnon, William Collins, and Zachery Huynh.

CAL 2017 FIRST TEAM ALL-STAR FOOTBALL: Nicholas Kinnon, William Collins, Matthew Mortellite, Jason Ndansi, and Cooper Marengi.

Shown, from left to right, are (top row) Kenneth Babine, Anthony Murphy, Matthew Mortellite, LYNNFIELD FOOTBALL 2017 CAPTAINS: Nathan Drislane, AnNicholas Kinnon, EJ Umlah, Jason Ndansi, Tyler Murphy, (bottom row) Zachery Huynh, Peter thony Murphy, Cooper Marengi, and William Collins. Look, Cooper Marengi, William Collins, and Nicholas Torosian. (Advocate photos by Ross Scabin)

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Lynnfield Middle School First Quarter Honor roll Eighth Grade • High Honors

Abby Adamo Samantha Bunar Kaleigh Burke Mariella Calvani Lucy Cleary Natalie Deady Ava DeGregorio Ema Dono Ava Doyle Sarah Gearan Isaac Heitmann Kelsey Hodsdon Samantha Israelson Anna Kaminski Chris Kozakis Jr Lauren Lim Harrison Luba Catherine MacDonald Alyssa MacPherson Anna MacPherson Jacob MacPherson Caitlin McCormack Georgia Milne

Allison Orlofski Adriana Parisi Rachel Perrin Anna Radulski Olivia Reska Jemima Robins Elizabeth Schmidt Gianna Spinella Benjamin Sykes Ava Tardito Thomas Taylor Kayla Tracy Alexis Veglia Jason Yang Honors Hanna Abu-Zahra Peter Accardo Jeannine Al Attal Maxx Berry Benjamin Blacker Sarah Breslow Amanda Buckley Alyssa Calvani

Jacqueline Carbone Chase Carney Ryan Cataldo Andrew Cheevers Catherine Ciolfi Emma Condon Marissa Corvi Alexander Darwish Maggie Davidson Victoria DeGrazia Devin Delaney Maximus Dellaporta Jack DellIsola Lauren Diranian Jillian Driscoll Reagan Ezekiel Evan Fair Evan Fitzemeyer Sarah Foley Gianna Fuccillo Anthony Gerardi Mary Gray Brooke Hubacz

Nicholas Julian Owen Kennedy Nicholas LaConte Jordan Lavey Jake Mallett Nicolas Marcinowski Katherine Marley Morgan McCarter Madelyn McCarthy Courtney McCausland Shane McQueen Lauryn Millar Francesca Minichiello Sophia Montesano Jaiden Moynihan Ava Natola Kristina Pekar Matthew Petralia Isabella Remon Jasmine Rose Lanah Rosenwald Mario Russo Samuel Schena

Andrew Shone Alexander Sieve Sadhvi Sreeram Lauren St Andre Colin Surdam Catherine Sweeney Yara Tannous Charles Wainwright Lucas Williams Honorable Mention Anabella Aloise Dean Bey Julia Brown Matthew Buston Brady Cataldo Natalie Connell Morgan DeGrazia Markus Dennison Brian Ellis Julia Floramo Amber Gamache Lauren Grava David Kasdon

Cole Adams Nathan Alves Lauren Amico Brian Ballaro Jake Ballaro Charles Beatrice Devin Bolger Nate Buklarewicz Sophia Calle Rogan Cardinal Anthony Cassano Kevin Connolly Lucas Cook Jack DiGangi Daniel Dorman Ethan Downey Steven Dreher Nolan Drislane Ella Feury

Sidarth Gaonkar Janelle Gaudette Evyenia Georges Trinity Gesamondo Genna Gioioso Cassie Giordano Chase Goldberg Robert Higdon Sihoc-Adam Ho Gabrielle Jacobs Kevin Julian Rafik Khodr Owen Klee Eliza Koyle Carissa LoNigro Nicholas Lucich Camden Marengi Robert Marley III Colin McCormick Daniel McSweeney

Isabella Mendese Domenic Micieli Payton Munion Alyssa O’Keefe Margaret Ozanian Chloe Palumbo Emily Palumbo Ella Pescione Maria Raslavicus Nicholas Razzaboni Margaret Reardon James Sharkey Avi Shrivastava Lana Sutera Tiffany Touchette Abigail Travers Andrew von Jako Ava Zalvan

Anamika Biswas Paul Breslow Eva Cammarata Melissa Caprio Jack Carpenter Maria Chambers Abraham Chehab Lilly Collins Zackary Cotter Joseph Cucciniello Brennan Curley Julian Curran Gianna D’Ambrosio Dylan Damiani Madison Danese Christopher Daniels Grace D’Augusta Ava Delaney Miranda Dixon Kayla Farias Sophia Fiorentino Lola Fitzemeyer Brian Flores-Cuvedo Casey Flynn Liam Gorman Anthony Grabau Alyssa Gray Dylan Greenstein

Cole Hawes Brendan Heffron Deven Henehan Nicholas Hubbard Charles Kan Nicholas Kozakis Christopher Ladd Quinn Lavey Gavin Leuci Slate LoPilato Ryan MacEachern Bianca Marano Julia Marino Jason McCausland Anthony Morales Isabelle Moschella Dylan Murphy Jack Neenan Devin O’Connor Adrianna Pascuccio Jack Prokopis Luke Prokopis Laci Robbins Evan Rocha Samaya Saab Olivia Scire Jarret Scoppettuolo Lauren Shaffer

Mia Sheikh-Abdou Madelin Sieve Brendan Sokop Sachelle Sterlin Cameron Sullivan Mark Sweeney III Jillian Tanner Srivanth Tudi Nathan Turney Ivan Vargas William Vittiglio Veronica Wainwright Owen White

Seventh Grade • High Honors

Katherine Adamo Sahil Akhter Vincent Benvenuto Aidan Burns Jack Calichman Celia Carbone Julia Carbone Henry Caulfield Courtney Cumming Madison Daigle Drew Damiani Ella Deirmendjian Aran Dharma Finley Ezekiel Alexander Gentile Isabella George Ella Gizmunt Maria Gravini Hannah Gromko Khanhhoang-Julia Ho

Sumaedha Konduri Marianne Lane Gianna Leach Fisher Luba Pearse MacDonald Ava Marotta Grace McKrell Kyle Morais Christian Murphy Erin Murray Damon O’Neil Jason Passatempo Charlotte Radulski Sofia Raffa Rahdin Salehian Owen Santarella Brian Solomon Emme Speicher Vance Stewart Alana Villar

Grade 6 • High Honors

Lucas Adreani Nina Alfe Niccolo Antidormi Zacory Benedetto Sophie Bergeron Eva Bockoff Keely Briggs Sophia Brown Katie Buonopane Elizabeth Calnan Paul Capodilupo Drew Carney Rory Carvalho Nathaniel Clancy Addison Connelly Hannah Corkhum Ryan DeBenedictis Lilyana DeLeo Kiera Doherty Dhimitri Dono Cristina Donovan Hannah Doyle John Driscoll Ava Gamache Samantha Geary Olivia Goguen Max Halsey Janhavi Joglekar

Catherine Kampersal Russell Kasdon Maeve Kennedy Chloe Kustka Sumeet Lampert Brendan Manoogian Jake Martinho Madeline Mastrangelo Luke McQueen Steven Migliero Hailey Mihalchik Chloe Milne Owen Mullin Ryan Nguyen Alexa Petruccelli Joseph Raffa Christian Rosa Kurt Rothermund Alexandra Sykes David Tracy Viola Wertz Megan Woods


John Alzate James Atsales Alex Baldini Emilie Bell



Honorable Mention

Arthur Chiaradonna Jake Connell Adam DaSilva Caroline Ellis Delaney Fiscus Ethan Francis Hazel Gonzalez Joseph Graffeo Matthew Howell Gavin Iby Isabella Jalali

Kaitlin Kyes Mathew Lilley Jenna Mack Matthew Michalski Phineas Mitchener Madeline Monkiewicz Benjamin Mullin Emma Neenan Alaina Noto Mykayla Parks Mekhi Peters Jack Phelps Antonio Pimentel Connor Preston Tyler Scoppettuolo Julia Seelig Janssen Sperling William Steadman Ava Tishler Charles Tsomedis Kaleigh Weeks Alexis Zavras

Mention Teanne Alfama Polanco Jake Calvani Matthew Ciampa Chloe Considine Grace Drzewiczewski Andrea Ellis Gavin Fair Harrison Grasso Bianca Guarracino Jake Guertin Sophia Mazzone John McKrell Liam O’Connor Brendan Powers Justin Rose Richard Sjoberg John-Anthony Tavano

Alyson Kellett Mia Kent Lily Langdon Allison Mack Drew MacKinnon Jewel Mahnfeldt Cole Manfredonia Gregory Marenghi John Marenghi Ryan Michalski Samuel Monkiewicz Jaelynn Moon Luca Moretti David Mower Matthew Papagikos Ava Remon Michael Savio Kasey Schena Kyle Schmitz Ellie Shapleigh Luke Slaney Patrick Spychalski Emma Tran Victoria Wing Alyssa Wood Ryan Zannella

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LYNNFIELD HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL Twelfth Grade High Honors Makayla Greene Kayla Anjoorian Ava Kelly Jack Bird Kiran Lampert Lauren Braconnier Paige Leuci John Briggs Alex Lin Jenna Brodigan Daniel Lu Megan Chann Caroline Lucey Yvonne Chen April Luders Julia Colucci Madeleine Mahan Avery Comeau Charlotte Mihalchik Haley Corkhum Jennifer Miller Elizabeth Daly Michelle Miller Alexia Dellaporta Ashley Mitchell Viviana Desiderio Lauren Mitchell Michael Dreher Andrew Moreschi Cynthia Flores-Cuvedo Lindsay Nardone Jennifer Flynn Megan Nevils Ava Giannasca Evelyn Noto

Joseph Pagliuca Nicholas Passatempo Christopher Pavao Blake Peters Alexis Robles Jack Ross Erin Sharkey Lauren Yazel Jack Zalvan Anthony Zhang Honors Amber Abu-Zahra Brooke Adams Madison Angelo William Arsenault Joseph Badger Noah Book Aidan Briggs

Ava Buonfiglio Alyssa Campbell Daniella Colarusso Michael Colarusso Ava Coleman Christopher Corvi Kimberly Daniels Christopher daSilva Simbat Deirmendjian Sarah Doherty Jack Ford Emma Gallucci Jack Galvin Reilly Ganter Ella Gaudette Emily Goguen Taylor Guarracino Dana Kampersal

Matthew Kane Jamil Khodr Grace Klonsky Dario Leach Gianna LoNigro Nikolas Marotta Amanda Martin Grace Mealey Ella Medford Gabrielle Mellor Isabella Miranda Olivia Murphy Ava O’Brien Jake O’Neil Hailey Palermo Anthony Palmer David Picariello Dominic Russo

Chloe Shapleigh Anna Sidiropoulos Riley Slaney Connor Sokop Jake Soriano Alyssa Styller Adam Tanner Isabella Toscano Francesca Tropeano Credit List John Astrofsky Evan Balian Trent Balian Declan Bolger Meredith Boone Nicholas Boustris Mateusz Brzezinski Alexander Buonopane

Jeffrey Floramo Julianne Gildea Joseph Haas Magdalene Ho Samantha Johnson Grant Lang Emily Marder John Michalski Sophia Milano Ryan Miller Richard Noto Jr Michael Palmer Roshani Patel Anissa Petrone Adam Ring Jenna Robbins Keira Rothwell Ashley Schumacher Jaret Simpson Armaan Singh

Emily Strout Christopher Fiorentino Jacqueline Veglia William Garofoli Credit List Lauren Gaudette Quinlin Adams Richard Gerardi GianLuca Alfe Cristina Kinslieh Michael Axiotakis Salvatore Marotta Lexine Bucci Tayah Mower Nicholas Buonfiglio Louis Paine Michael Caruso Stephanie Robles Richard Casaletto Cory Castinetti Olivia Sarni Timothy Charak Samantha Shea Cameron Comeau Courtney Shinnick Riley Comeau Gustavo Silveira Souza Isaak Costa Julianna Tammaro Samantha DeGeorge Phillip Tammaro Juliana DiCorato Daphne Terris Elizabeth DiPietro Tyler Walsh Nicolas Dow Timothy Evangelista Jr JaBriea Weaver

Kiera Burns David Capachietti Harris Carolan Jeanne Carpenter Christopher Collins Allison Dillon Benjamin Faro Isabelle Giordano Lauren Harrison Joseph LaFerla Michael Madden Grace Magno Dylan Marano Luke Martinho Madison Murphy Dylan Pool Isabella Scala

Eleventh Grade High Honors Hunter Allain Sabrina Al-Mayahi Neil Arora Ashley Barrett Brianna Barrett Ryan Bey David Blake Andrew Bond Jared Book Jack Campbell Brian Cardarelli Jessica Chann Zoe Chen Jackson Cleary Aidan Connelly Joseph Connelly Shelby Considine Sarah Crockett Mia DeGeorge

Christopher Deschenes Barbara Dickey Emily Dickey Stephen Dwyer Jr Joseph Fabrizio Christopher Flannery Hannah Fodera Rachel Fodera David Gentile Michael Gentile Michael Gravante Mateo Gravini Kendall Gruttner Matthew Gunning Julia Henriques Dorothy Irrera Tia Julian Alex Kaminski Aidan Kelly

Christina Kotsaninis Jenna Lannon Mia Lemieux Jonathan Luders Julie Lynch Lucy Madden Michael Maffeo IV John Milinazzo Emma Montanile Justin Nardella Robert Noto Jr Ann Olsen Gabriella Passatempo Frederick Plante Leo Quinn Emma Rocco Sara Rocco Steven Scangas Max Sieger Grace Sokop

Natalie Tardito Taylor Tringali Alexa Vittiglio Mirella Vladova Ke Wang Alexandra Wing Honors Zachary Anjoorian Christopher Areglado Steven Barrett Nathan Bass Abby Berry Abigail Buckley Kathryn Cioffi Brett Cohee Lisa DeGeorge Harrison Drislane Nina Dunn Sophia Ellis Matthew Fiore

High Honors Alexis Allain Mark Arkun Julia Banks Jennifer Bloom Evan Buklarewicz Thomas Buston Alexandra Calichman Joseph Cibelli Delaney Clark Caitlyn Cleary Joseph Contardo Kyle Delaney Sarah Deschenes Anna Maria Ferrante Thomas Hauser Khanhdu-Sara Ho

Celeste Joly Matthew Juliano Donovan Kelly Jack LaCoste Samantha Lebruska Monet LoPilato Abigail Lucich Daniel Mack Aidan McCormack Anthony Medeiros Elena Moisidis Melissa Morelli Victoria Morelli Sophia Nagy Emma Nardone Sofia Natola Lilia O’Loughlin

Molly Ozanian Ashley Pagliuca Angelo Paleologos Rita PennacchioHarrington Shannon Pierce Sophia Pivero Emma Ricciardi Berk Rosenwald Mackenzie Schena Anna Schmidt Gillian Skelley Anthony Spinella Elizabeth St Andre Jason Stelman Elizabeth Sykes Ashton Tanner

Sydney Jean-Simon Julia Van Sicklin Sofia Viviani-Karmazin Michael Julian Lauren Kustka Louis Wainwright Grace MacDonald Sophia Wilkinson Bryan Mallett Honors Michelle Marder Megan Battaglia Caitlin Murray Owen Blacker Paige O’Neil Madelyn Burke Alexander Pellegrini Christopher Calvani Eric Pham Mia Daly Samuel Pifko Anthony Ferrara Lily Rothwell Ronald Fuccillo III Thomas Sciaudone Abigail Grasso Abigail Severe Caitlin Hooper Cassidy Shone Emily Hubacz John Simonetti Joshua Huynh Ashley Sjoberg Mia Ichimura

Matthew Stephens Emily Vath Patrick Walsh Sam Zarakovich Credit List Sanaa Al Attal Riley Cheevers Madison Colucci Jenna Freni Hayley Gallagher Cole Giannasca Jackson Hammersley Benjamin Kramich Gabrielle Langone Cameron Lanza Timothy Leggett Andrew Leuci

Alejandro Lynch Christian Maney Clayton Marengi Ashley McKean Christopher Metrano Brooke Mitchell Sydney Monkiewicz Amelia Noto Danielle Percoskie Harlee Priestley Peter Razzaboni Breanna Serabian John Singer Alexander Tanner Claire Yang

Joseph Pagliuca Nicholas Passatempo Christopher Pavao Blake Peters Alexis Robles Jack Ross Erin Sharkey Lauren Yazel Jack Zalvan Anthony Zhang Honors Amber Abu-Zahra Brooke Adams Madison Angelo William Arsenault Joseph Badger Noah Book Aidan Briggs

Ava Buonfiglio Alyssa Campbell Daniella Colarusso Michael Colarusso Ava Coleman Christopher Corvi Kimberly Daniels Christopher daSilva Simbat Deirmendjian Sarah Doherty Jack Ford Emma Gallucci Jack Galvin Reilly Ganter Ella Gaudette Emily Goguen Taylor Guarracino Dana Kampersal

Chloe Shapleigh Anna Sidiropoulos Riley Slaney Connor Sokop Jake Soriano Alyssa Styller Adam Tanner Isabella Toscano Francesca Tropeano Credit List John Astrofsky Evan Balian Trent Balian Declan Bolger Meredith Boone Nicholas Boustris Mateusz Brzezinski Alexander Buonopane

Kiera Burns David Capachietti Harris Carolan Jeanne Carpenter Christopher Collins Allison Dillon Benjamin Faro Isabelle Giordano Lauren Harrison Joseph LaFerla Michael Madden Grace Magno Dylan Marano Luke Martinho Madison Murphy Dylan Pool Isabella Scala

Tenth Grade

Ninth Grade

High Honors Makayla Greene Kayla Anjoorian Ava Kelly Jack Bird Kiran Lampert Lauren Braconnier Paige Leuci John Briggs Alex Lin Jenna Brodigan Daniel Lu Megan Chann Caroline Lucey Yvonne Chen April Luders Julia Colucci Madeleine Mahan Avery Comeau Charlotte Mihalchik Haley Corkhum Jennifer Miller Elizabeth Daly Michelle Miller Alexia Dellaporta Ashley Mitchell Viviana Desiderio Lauren Mitchell Michael Dreher Andrew Moreschi Cynthia Flores-Cuvedo Lindsay Nardone Jennifer Flynn Megan Nevils Ava Giannasca Evelyn Noto

Matthew Kane Jamil Khodr Grace Klonsky Dario Leach Gianna LoNigro Nikolas Marotta Amanda Martin Grace Mealey Ella Medford Gabrielle Mellor Isabella Miranda Olivia Murphy Ava O’Brien Jake O’Neil Hailey Palermo Anthony Palmer David Picariello Dominic Russo

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SEN. STAN ROSENBERG RESIGNS FROM SENATE PRESIDENCY - “I believe taking a leave of absence from the Senate Presidency during the investigation is in the best interest of the Senate,” said Sen. Stan Rosenberg (D-Amherst). “I want to ensure that the investigation is fully independent and credible, and that anyone who wishes to come forward will feel By Bob Katzen confident that there will be no THE HOUSE AND SENATE: calls from the week of Decem- retaliation.” Beacon Hill Roll Call records lo- ber 4-8. There were no roll calls Last week saw Rosenberg’s cal senator’s votes on three roll in the House last week. resignation, the election of Worcester’s Sen. Harriette Chandler, the majority leader and second-in-command in the Senate, to replace him for now and the beginning of an investigation by the Senate Ethics Committee into allegations in 1. How many sides does a snowflake have? the Boston Globe that Rosenberg’s husband, Bryon Hefner, 2. Bob Cummings, Art Linkletter and Ronald Reagan cohosted groped three men and kissed the opening ceremonies of what theme park? another one against his will. 3. What British newspaper, first published in December 1791, The Globe story also included was the world’s first Sunday newspaper? claims that Hefner has said he speaks for Rosenberg and talks 4. What is the “Ring of Fire”? about Senate business with leg5. In what European country is seafood traditionally served on islators and their staffs. Christmas Eve? “Choices had to be made and 6. What is the Battle of the Little Big Horn also known as? today we’ve chosen to move on and to move forward,” Chan7. What is Hanukkah also known as? dler said. “What’s most impor8. On Dec. 15, 1861, Charles Duryea was born. What tant right now is that we work Springfield, Mass., company did he cofound? towards a swift and resolute 9. Reportedly, what star in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show sent conclusion to this whole sad event.” Chandler has stated that the first printed “personalized” Christmas card? she plans only to serve as inter10. Stollen is what country’s traditional Christmas bread? im president and to step down 11. In what month are Nobel Prizes awarded? when Rosenberg returns, or a 12. Whose last novel was “The Winter of Our Discontent”? new Senate president is elected.” 13. On Dec. 16, 1912, the first stamp to picture what method of “I have repeatedly made clear transport was issued? that Bryon was to have no influ14. What fruit has been a symbol of hospitality? ence on what happens in the 15. In December 1891, James Naismith invented basketball in Senate,” said Rosenberg. “He has no influence over policy, the inwhat Massachusetts city? ternal operations of the Senate, 16. What grain is sake made from? or any Senate-related business. 17. What doctor said, “From there to here, and here to there, If Bryon claimed to have influfunny things are everywhere!”? ence over my decisions or over the Senate, he should not have 18. On Dec. 18, 1888, a rancher discovered Mesa Verde’s Cliff said that. It is simply not true.” Palace in what U.S. state? The Senate empowered the 19. In 2017 which government agency is celebrating the 105th Ethics Committee to begin anniversary of Operation Santa? the investigation of the sexual assault charges against He20. During the Winter Solstice, which has 24 hours without light: fner, whether Rosenberg viothe Arctic or Antarctic Circle? lated any rules of the Senate and if Hefner did have any inAnswers below - No cheating! fluence over what happens in the Senate. “I think it’s really important that this gets started,” said Gov. Charlie Baker. “It’s going to be really important for Chandler and for all of the members of the Ethics Committee to demonstrate by both who they choose and what the rules are that whoever it is that’s conducting this investigation has the latitude and the independence to provide comfort to those people who are going to come forward who were victimized -- that they won’t suffer repercussions for doing so.” “I wish to reemphasize that the most important thing is to make sure that anyone who

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may have been hurt has every assurance that they can turn to whatever authority they feel comfortable with, with absolutely no fear of retribution, and to restore confidence in the Senate,” said Rosenberg in a written statement. “During my leave of absence from being Senate president, I look forward to a thorough, fair, and independent investigation. I thank my colleagues for providing this opportunity and have every confidence that the Acting President will help the Senate focus on a robust agenda for 2018.” “I am deeply disturbed by these allegations which jeopardize the integrity of the Senate,” said Sen. Michael Rodrigues (DWestport), chairman of the Ethics Committee. “Sexual harassment and assault have no place in the Massachusetts state Senate or any workplace. I am committed to a fair and thorough review of the facts as well as a process that ensures confidentiality for any person who has any information to report on sexual harassment or sexual assaults.” The Senate cannot bring criminal charges against anyone. However, Attorney General Maura Healey and Suffolk County District Attorney Dan Conley issued a joint statement that encourages victims to come forward. “We ask anyone with this information to contact either office, and we remind every survivor of sexual assault that they can count on us to provide a safe, respectful, victim-centered environment, no matter what the circumstances might be.” said the two prosecutors. “Sexual assault is a crime and we want to send a clear message that harassment and assault of any kind will not be tolerated.” No one knows if Rosenberg’s will return as Senate president or whether the Senate will elect a new permanent one. Everything hinges on the outcome of the probe. However, “just in case,” four senators are said to be already jockeying for votes for Senate President: Sens. Sal DiDomenico (D-Everett), Linda Dorcena Forry (D-Boston), Karen Spilka (D-Ashland) and Eileen Donoghue. (D-Lowell). Here are the votes of local senators on Chandler’s election, opening the investigation and recusing Rosenberg and his staff from all decisions relating to the investigation. CHANDLER ELECTED SENATE PRESIDENT Senate 31-6, elected Sen. Harriette Chandler as president. The vote, as expected, was straight along party lines with all the Democrats voting for Chandler and all Republicans casting their vote for Mi-

nority Leader Bruce Tarr (RGloucester). Sen. Thomas McGee Voted for Chandler AUTHORIZE INVESTIGATION (S 2228) Senate 37-0, authorized the Senate Ethics Committee to retain a special investigator to investigate the question of whether Rosenberg violated the rules of the Senate. The investigation is in response to claims that Hefner bragged that he has influence over Rosenberg, speaks for him and talks about Senate business with legislators and their staffs. (A “Yes” vote is for the investigation and appointment of a special investigator.) Sen. Thomas McGee Yes RECUSE ROSENBERG AND HIS STAFF (S 2227) Senate 37-0, approved an order that Rosenberg and his entire Senate staff be recused from all decisions relating to investigations of the conduct of Rosenberg or Hefner. (A “Yes” vote is for recusal.) Sen. Thomas McGee Yes HOW LONG WAS LAST WEEK’S SESSION? Beacon Hill Roll Call tracks the length of time that the House and Senate were in session each week. Many legislators say that legislative sessions are only one aspect of the Legislature’s job and that a lot of important work is done outside of the House and Senate chambers. They note that their jobs also involve committee work, research, constituent work and other matters that are important to their districts. Critics say that the Legislature does not meet regularly or long enough to debate and vote in public view on the thousands of pieces of legislation that have been filed. They note that the infrequency and brief length of sessions are misguided and lead to irresponsible late-night sessions and a mad rush to act on dozens of bills in the days immediately preceding the end of an annual session. During the week of December 4-8, the House met for a total of 59 minutes while the Senate met for a total of eight hours and 53 minutes. MON. DECEMBER 4 House11:04 a.m. to11:11 a.m. Senate 11:09 a.m. to 8:02 p.m. TUES. DECEMBER 5 No House session No Senate session WED. DECEMBER 6 No House session No Senate session THURS. DECEMBER 7 House11:07 a.m. to11:59 a.m. Senate 11:11 a.m. to11:37 a.m. FRI. DECEMBER 8 NO House session No Senate session Bob Katzen welcomes feedback at

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Lynnfielder helps usher in the holiday season at Brown University


ared Simonelli of Lynnfield, a senior at Boston College (BC) High School, together with fellow Latin and Greek students, took part in the Annual Latin Christmas Carols Celebration at Brown University on the evening of December 4. Every December since the 1940’s, on the second Monday following Thanksgiving, Brown’s Department of Classics hosts its annual program of readings and songs in the spirit of the season, conducted mostly in Latin (with some readings in Greek and Sanskrit). This popular event took place at 8:00 p.m. in the historic First Baptist Church in America (75 North Main St. in Providence). The audience sang carols in Latin, while members of the Brown University family read passages from ancient texts, some from the Bible, in the original languages or in Latin translation. There were four readings that continue to this day: Isaiah 40:1-5; 9:6-7; Vergil (fourth Eclogue); Luke 2:1-14; and John 1:1-14. Before the event the BC High students dined at a tradition-

Pictured from left to right are Ned Saliba (Class of 2018) of Braintree, Jared Simonelli (Class of 2018) of Lynnfield, Jed Bell (Class of 2018) of Hull, William Moody (Class of 2020) of Charlestown and Ryan Caron (Class of 2019) of Framingham.

al Greek restaurant and met with alumni Ryan McIntyre (’17), Jack O’Donnell (’16), Chris Young (’16) and Dr. Mark Wright (’03). The BC High Classics Department looks forward to this event each year as a way to usher in the holiday season!

BC High is a Jesuit, Catholic, college-preparatory school for young men founded in 1863. The school enrolls approximately 1,600 students from more than 100 communities in eastern Massachusetts.

Lynnfield Substance Abuse Coalition names “A Healthy Lynnfield” logo contest winners


ifty-plus Lynnfield Middle and High School students submitted logo contest entries for the newly formed Lynnfield Substance Abuse Coalition (SAC), titled “A Healthy Lynnfield.”The entries were impressive, which made the decision by the SAC committee extremely challenging. Two entries were chosen as the top choice by the Committee: The finalists were Lauren Lim, a Lynnfield Middle School (LMS) 8th Grader, and Isabelle Giordano, a Lynnfield High School (LHS) 9th Grader. The Committee asked that Isabelle and Lauren work together to combine their designs into one logo that will represent “A Healthy Lynnfield.” Allison Dillon, an LHS 9th Grader, received an Honorable Mention. The winners received gift cards to MarketStreet Lynnfield, which were provided by the Healthy Lynnfield SAC. As there were many outstanding entries from both LHS and LMS representing the mission of “A Healthy Lynnfield,” SAC has committed to making a 2018 Healthy Lynnfield Calendar using student artwork. Stay tuned! The logo contest was coordinated by Mary Homan, LPS Coordinator of Nursing. Special thanks to Art Teacher Eliz-

Shown, from left to right, are ninth grade student Isabelle Giordano, eighth grade student Lauren Lim and ninth grade student Allison Dillon. Lim and Giordano were selected as the winners of the recent logo contest sponsored by A Healthy Lynnfield. Dillon received an honorable mention for her entry. (Advocate photos by Christopher Roberson)

TOWN ADMIN | FROM PAGE 1 ney Katherine Flaws to fill the empty seat. Member Charles Wills cast the lone dissenting vote. The other two candidates were Lynnfield residents John Gioioso and Anthony Guerriero. In addition to being a Lynnfield resident for the past five years and currently serving on the Senior Citizen Advisory Committee, Flaws has been practicing law since 2004. “I’ve never practiced in land use, but it’s something I’ve always been interested in,” she said. Selectmen hear budget presentations The selectmen also listened to budget presentations from the library and the Recreation Commission. For fiscal year 2019, Recreation Commission Chairman Richard Sjoberg said he will be asking for an additional $2,000, which would bring the total allocation from the town to $6,672. “We’re repeatedly, almost daily, receiving requests for new programming,” he said, adding that 7,831 children are

HOCKEY | FROM PAGE 6 Gardner. “We obviously executed quite well when we had the opportunity. We also did well killing penalties to keep Gloucester from scoring on a few occasions.” Gardner questions the extended time on penalties since the overall period remains at 15 minutes. But instead of resisting, he embraced the concept to come up with an effective game plan that creates high percentage shots. Lynnfield outshot Gloucester in this close battle, 26-24. Simpson accounted for the first power play tally from Joey Mack and DeRoche, and the same two hooked up again to secure helpers on Cooper Marengi’s man-advantage tally. John Simonetti notched the thirdperiod power play lamplighter from Marengi and DeRoche, before Hammersley’s clinching aforementioned marker. Aidan Kelly did his job by making 22 saves in net to keep

ASKS | FROM PAGE 5 all the people that I work with. I really enjoy being around people and have met some very kind, thoughtful and interesting people over the 26 years and have made a lot of friends abeth Hayden (LHS) and Well- work for the logo contest as since I’ve worked here. ness Teacher Sheri Weeks (LMS) well as to the 50-plus students for facilitating the students’ who submitted designs to SAC. Q: What do you like to do in On Dec. 11, A Healthy Lynnfield honored ninth grade students Isabelle Giordano and Allison Dillon as well as eighth grade student Lauren Lim for their entries in the organization’s logo contest. Giordano and Lim were selected as the winners while Dillon received an honorable mention.

Page 13 currently enrolled in recreation programs. In addition, Sjoberg said the commission recently sponsored trips to the Topsfield Fair and to Kennebunkport, Maine, for the Christmas Prelude. He also said 100 children have signed up to participate in the Friday Night Ski Club at Bradford Mountain. Library Director Holly Mercer said 93,171 patrons visited the library during fiscal year 2017 – enough people to “fill Fenway Park 2.47 times.” She also said that at $877,331, the library only accounts for two percent of Lynnfield’s Operating Budget. Within that figure, Mercer said $652,323 is earmarked for personnel salaries. “Libraries’ roles in communities have expanded over the years,” said Mercer. “We really are a bridge between adults and children.” Mercer said that of the 25 people she has on staff, eight of them have Master’s Degrees in Library and Information Science. Board of Selectmen Vice Chairman Richard Dalton lauded Mercer for her efforts. “Under your leadership, the library has seen some really good growth,” he said. his teammates ahead on the scoreboard throughout the entire game. But the story of this game was DeRoche’s playmaking ability. “[DeRoche] simply had a monster game with four power play assists,” said Gardner. “He has great vision and playmaking ability to set up scoring chances consistently, but his most impressive assist in this game was on the empty net goal by Hammersley.” The veteran coach also praised Marengi’s ability to create havoc in front of the net, which led to goals. “His willingness to mix things up to help us score goals, that’s the reason why he’s our captain,” said the coach. “This was a good character win against a big, physical team,” Gardner said after the Gloucester opener. After taking on host Pentucket Dec. 13 (after press deadline), the Pioneers will travel to Amesbury on Saturday night to face the Indians, starting at 6 p.m. your spare time? A: The thing I really enjoy doing the most is photography. I love taking long walks in the woods around beaches, ponds and photographing nature. For the last 25 years, I’ve been a “foster home” for PAWS, a local cat rescue organization in Wakefield, which has been a very rewarding experience.

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NUTCRACKER | FROM PAGE 1 2012, Mikko Nissinen’s and Robert Perdziola’s re-envisioned production has been delighting audiences and critics alike. Nissinen’s The Nutcracker marked the first time Boston Ballet built a new production entirely from the ground up, engaging crafts men and women from all over the United States. Robert Perdziola illustrated more than 40 sketches that were transformed into the production’s larger-thanlife sets that range from calm, subtle colors in the Act I party scene to vibrant colors in Act II’s

Land of the Sweets. The 2012 production also incorporated more than 350 beautifully intricate costumes and fine-tuned choreography. New lighting design by renowned Finnish designer Mikki Kunttu was added in 2015. All children performing in The Nutcracker are students of Boston Ballet School and coached by an experienced staff including Boston Ballet Artistic Director Mikko Nissinen, Boston Ballet School Director Margaret Tracey, Children’s Ballet Master Miranda Weese, and Boston Ballet School’s world-renowned faculty. Students au-


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OBITUARIES Shirley Shirley (Laughy) Gignac


ignac, RN of Williamsb u r g , VA , formerly of Ly n n f i e l d, MA died suddenly and entered into the hands of God on December 3, 2017. Shirley was born in Sanbornton, NH and was the sixth child in a family of nine children. She graduated from Franklin (NH) High School where she met her future husband, Mike, beginning a friendship and marriage that spanned 65 years. Upon graduation from high school she earned a full scholarship to Lowell Technical Institute. After her freshman year, she decided to pursue her passion for becoming a Registered Nurse and entered Concord (NH) Hospital School of Nursing, where she graduated three years later, first in her class. She worked at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, NY and Shaughnessy Hospital in Salem, MA, followed by several long term private duty cases in the Boston North Shore area. She leaves her devoted husband of 57 years, G.

Michael, Jr.; her four sons, J. Paul of Santa Barbara, CA, G. Michael III of Monson, MA, J. Peter and Christi of Franconia, NH, and Rev. J. Thomas of Duxbury, MA; her five grandchildren, Brittany and Brooke Gignac (CA), Cassidy St. Germain-Gignac (MA), and Avery and Braden Gignac (NH); and two daughters-in-law Renee Dutt (CA) and Mary Elizabeth St. Germain (MA). She was predeceased by her parents James Edward, Jr. and Verona M. (Jackson) Laughy, brothers Harry and Herald Laughy, sisters Dorothy Tibbetts and Helen Sapp, and her sister-in-law Tamar Gignac. She leaves her brother Alan Laughy (NH), and sisters Jean Pauquette (NH) and Eileen Champoux (AZ). In addition, she leaves her brothers- and sisters-in-law, John and Joanne Gignac (VA), Frederick Gignac (NH), and Carol and Andrew Bergeron (CA), as well as many cousins, nieces and nephews. She enjoyed first and foremost being the mother of her four sons and the wife of her beloved husband, and her lifelong passion for nursing care. Among her many interests were sewing, cooking, reading and writing poetry, travel, and establishing deep and lasting relation-


ships with her dear friends. Visiting hours at Nelsen Funeral Home on Wednesday, December 6 from 6:00 – 9:00 pm. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Olaf, Patron of Norway Catholic Church, Williamsburg, VA on Thursday, December 7 at 10:00 am. Additional visiting hours at Conway Cahill-Brodeur Funeral Home, 82 Lynn St., Peabody, MA on Tuesday, December 12 at 10:00 am, followed by procession to Puritan Lawn Memorial Park, Peabody, MA at 11:00 am for Christian Burial. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to St. Olaf, Patron of Norway Catholic Church, 104 Norge Lane, Williamsburg, VA 23188.

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f Peabody, formerly of Lynnfield, Dec. 4. Beloved wife of the late Michael Mosko & Denis P. Edkins. Stepmother of Simon P. Edkins of PA, Guy M. Edkins of Lynnfield & the late Christopher W. Edkins. Aunt of Wayne Mosko & the late Andy Mosko. A Graveside Service was held at the Pine Grove Cemetery, Boston St., Lynn on Friday Dec. 8 at 11:00. Relatives & friends invited to attend. For obit/guestbook.

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Hillios, Matthew

Hillios, Valene

Minor, Christopher

Minor, Kimberly

2 Homestead Rd


22.11.2017 $550 000,00

Saraceno, Robert

Saraceno, Lisa M

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Nati, Altin S

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