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ext week, the Everett Advocate is proud to publish a special souvenir pullout in recognition of the City of Everett’s 125th Anniversary. Featuring snapshots of familiar sites in times past, stories of milestones in the City’s history and of the lives of some of its most prominent citizens, and words of celebration from the leaders in the city government and business community today, you won’t want to miss next week’s issue.

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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE - Friday, September 29, 2017

~ Political Announcement ~

Ward 1 Councillor Fred Capone announces campaign for re-election Dear Everett Residents, It is with great enthusiasm that I formally announce my candidacy for re-election to the City Council, representing Ward 1. The past four years on the Council have gone so quickly and I have enjoyed working with our residents and businesses in my capacity as an elected official. Serving our City has been an honor and I thank you for the opportunity. During my two terms, I have served on the Ways & Means Committee, the Business & Community Development Committee, the Legislative Affairs Committee, the Budget Committee, the Public Safety Committee, and the Opioid Committee. I was humbled and honored that my colleagues elected me the second President of our new form of municipal government. A lifelong resident of Everett, as is my wife Michele (Simione), I grew up on Everett Street in West Everett. I at-

Fred Capone Ward 1 Councillor

tended St. Anthony’s Parochial School and Malden Catholic High School. Thereafter, I graduated from Boston College with a double major in Business Administration and Political Science. After college, I attended New England School of Law where I graduated cum laude. While in law school, I was a two-year member of the New England Law Review, serving as its Business

Manager and was a published student author. I was selected as a New England Scholar and was the recipient of the New England School of Law Service Award at graduation. I have been practicing law for 22 years. My wife and I have our law office here in Everett, in Ward 1. In addition to my license to practice in the State Courts of the Massachusetts Judicial System, I am admitted to practice in the Federal Court System for the District of Massachusetts. I have also been qualified and admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. My family believes in the importance of education and giving back to our community. We have personally donated annual scholarships to deserving high school graduates, who reside in Everett, for over 14 years. I have been active with the Italian American Association of Ev-

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~ Political Announcement ~

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Council President Anthony DiPierro seeks re-election

ity Council President Anthony DiPierro officially announced his re-election bid as Ward 3 City Councilor, which is voted city wide. DiPierro was first elected in 2015 in his first run for public office. “I’ve always felt that public service is a concrete and effective way to give back to the community,” DiPierro said. “When I first ran for the City Council, I said that this is about you, the people of Everett, getting everything they deserve from their elected officials, and I’ve worked hard to be a strong voice for the people I am lucky enough to represent,” he added. Anthony DiPierro is part of a new generation of leaders in Everett. He knows that toughness also requires civility, and that working together respectfully is how we get the best results for the people who live and work in our city. During his first term on the city council, DiPierro has proven himself to be a strong, proactive leader. At his very first meeting as a city councilor, he introduced and established the Council’s Special Committee on the Opioid Crisis to enable our city to fight addiction in an

Anthony DiPierro Council President

effective way. Working closely with Mayor DeMaria and the city council, the committee lobbied successfully for a city clinician, a substance abuse coordinator and promoted the idea of recovery coaches. DiPierro has also served on the Ways & Means and Legislative Affairs & Elections Committees. While on the council, he has stood up against blighted and problem ridden rooming houses that pose threats to our neighborhoods, and he has fought to lower the speed limits in densely populated areas. DiPierro’s colleagues on the council recognized his leadership skills and unanimously ap-

pointed him Council President during his second year in office. As Council President, he has streamlined meetings and has fostered a respectful and productive environment. During his presidency, he has created a council public utilities committee to deal with issues that may arise from increased development in Everett, and has modernized the city’s outdated lodging house ordinance to ensure that new hotels and developers pay their fair share to our city government. Outside of the city council, DiPierro enjoys giving back to community groups such as the Saugus/Everett Elks Lodge, Kiwanis Club, and Pop Warner Football and The E Club. He is also a member of the Deven’s School Board of Directors – an alternative Everett Public School. Anthony DiPierro is committed to maintaining Everett’s rich history and ensuring Everett remains a great place to work, live and raise a family. He knows that smart development and a healthy tax base are what will make Everett outstanding in the years ahead, and he will always fight to keep Everett safe and affordable.

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Mayor encourages residents to attend Malden River Greenway Meeting on October 4

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he Mystic River Watershed Association (MyRWA), in partnership with the cities of Everett, Malden and Medford, is undertaking a visioning process for a waterfront park system with connected paths, new amenities and vibrant open spaces along the Malden River. Mayor Carlo DeMaria encourages Everett residents to join the final public meeting

on Wednesday, October 4, from 6:30-8:00 p.m. at Village Landing Park, which is located at 135 Santilli Highway (parking will be available in the BNY Mellon parking lot). The meeting will include a workshop featuring early design concepts for the greenway plan. In a 2016 meeting, Mayor DeMaria, discussed his vision for the Malden River, including increasing access to

the river with canoe and kayak launches, fishing piers, bike paths, and new parks, such as the River Green Park at GE. The DeMaria administration is currently working with the Friends of the Malden River, MyRWA and MIT to examine increasing recreational opportunities on the river. His administration is working on several projects that involve connecting the walking/

biking path network around the Malden and Mystic Rivers. He and his team are also working with MyRWA, Wynn Resorts Development, National Grid, the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) to create a complete system of pathways along the Malden River and use the new Woods Bridge on

Rte. 16 to connect to Wellington MBTA station on the Orange Line and River’s Edge Park in Malden. Mayor DeMaria stated, “The Malden River is a hidden gem in the City of Everett. Working with our partners at the Mystic River Watershed Association, we can open up access to the river, create recreation-

Sen. DiDomenico honors Elks’ Grand Exalted Ruler Zellen

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State Senator Sal DiDomenico recently presented Michael Zellen a Senate Proclamation for his successful term as the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks Grand Exalted Ruler (GER – National President). Zellen has been a longtime member of the Saugus-Everett Lodge of Elks and has held leadership positions throughout Massachusetts. It is a tremendous honor to have one of our own elected to serve as the national leader of such a prestigious fraternal organization that has nearly one million members. It is a testament to Zellen’s character, integrity and dedication to the Elks organization that he was chosen by his peers to be their leader. Mike and his wife, Donna, visited all 50 states during his time as the Elks Grand Exalted Ruler. “Congratulations to GER Michael Zellen on a successful year leading the national Elks,” said DiDomenico. “Mike has continued to bring honor and prestige to our local lodge and Elks throughout the United States, and his well-deserved election as Grand Exalted Ruler was a fitting recognition for his decades of service to the organization that he loves.”

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~ Letter to the Editor ~

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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE - Friday, September 29, 2017

David Ragucci appointed Assistant City Clerk By Brendan Clogston

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he Everett City Council voted unanimously Monday night to appoint former Mayor David Ragucci Assistant City Clerk. The council’s legislative affairs committee interviewed five out of six applicants for the role last week in an executive session. Of those five, only Ragucci was recommended out to the full council by the committee. The minutes of that meeting have yet to be made public, and the

City Clerk Sergio Cornelio with Assistant City Clerk David Ragucci

Assistant City Clerk David Ragucci is sworn-in by City Clerk Sergio Cornelio, who vacated the assistant city clerk position only a few months ago.

names of the other applicants have not been released. Ward 6 Councillor Michael McLaughlin, who made the formal nomination of Ragucci, praised him as a personal political hero. “This evening it’s a great honor and privilege to nominate a man that I’ve look up to for most of my life,” said McLaughlin. “David has spent a lifetime of commitment to the city, and I couldn’t be prouder to vote for him tonight.”

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EPD | FROM PAGE 1 the continuing downward trend in overall crime that the city has seen in the past nine years and to increase diversity among the EPD ranks. Most notably, Sgt. Regina Collyer has the distinction of being the first woman Sergeant in the history of the Everett Police Department. She is the daughter of retired Everett Police Officer Adolph Mazzie. Mayor DeMaria stated, “Everett has been named one of the top 10 communities to live in because we focus on quality of life issues that impact our residents everyday. Today, I am happy to announce that we are expanding those efforts. We will now have more officers interacting with the public, by expanding our presence on the streets, in the schools, and the parks.” Since 2013, as Everett has experienced a resurgence, Mayor

Page 7 DeMaria has been working to increase police presence. With today’s announcement, the new officers bring the department up to 108 officers, with five more cadets in various police academies who will come on board in the next two to seven months. In addition to increasing police presence in Everett, Mayor DeMaria has focused on other quality of life issues, including code enforcement, affordability and improving open space. He has made it a priority to identify and remediate blighted, abandoned and illegal properties. In August, he appointed Keith Slattery as Assistant City Solicitor. Solicitor Slattery has worked with the Inspectional Services Department to already visit over two-dozen properties throughout Everett, resulting in corrections of most code violations on

EPD | SEE PAGE 18


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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE - Friday, September 29, 2017

Meet the 2017 EHS Varsity Volleyball Team

McKinnon’s Supermarket to host Sausage Festival on Oct. 7

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Italian American Association Banquet – October 14

Shown, from left to right, are (top row) Isabella Lyles, Yasmeen Guerrier, Brenda Eleuterio, Bianca May, Gianna McDonald, Giana Escobar, Chrystel Fortunat, Stephanie Ariste, Head Coach Mike Fineran, bottom row) Daiehney Vaz, Janeka Vilmont, Kayla Gomes, Anna Clara Thomaz, Fernanda Aiala, Camila Morare. (Advocate photos by Ross Scabin)

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ahead, and I encourage you all to play a part. I am always trying to keep everyone up to date on what’s happening on Beacon Hill and our local community by posting on my social media accounts and website, and I enjoy hearing from all of you – whether it’s through Facebook, Twitter, email, phone calls, or even coming to visit my State House office. My staff and I are always here to listen and help, and we greatly look forward to continue working with you on the issues that matter most to our communities. Sincerely, Senator Sal DiDomencio Middlesex & Suffolk District

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he Board of Directors of the Italian American Association of Everett is pleased to announce that their Annual Dinner will be held on Saturday evening, October 14. This year’s event will be at Spinelli’s Tuscany Ballroom on Route 1 in Lynnfield. The evening will begin at 6:30 p.m. with a cocktail and social hour, followed by a four-course dinner at 7:30 p.m. This event is held annually to celebrate the Italian heritage and honor outstanding scholars. This year the Association will be awarding scholarships and grants to 21 outstanding students. These students will continue their education at prestigious institutions of higher learning, and three of our recipients have entered the United States Marine Corps to serve our nation. This celebration has been continuing for over 50 years and is always attended by a capacity crowd that contributes to the success of the organization. The organization was created in 1962 to promote the Italian American culture and heritage in our community and to recognize students for their hard work and scholastic achievement. With this year’s celebration the Association will have granted over 400 scholarships since its inception. Music and dancing will accompany the dinner. It is an evening to enjoy a fantastic meal, old friends and most importantly celebrate the success of our young scholars. The Board of Directors looks forward to celebrating the evening and seeing many of the past scholarship recipients that have gone on to achieve success in their careers. To purchase tickets or contribute to our dinner program, please contact Vin Panzini at 617-389-3435, Fred Capone at 617-387-1232 or Art Berardino at 617-389-1200. Vin Panzini, President


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he Everett High football team continues to show they’re a force to be reckoned with and have shown no signs of slowing down. On Saturday, they took their unbeaten record to St. John’s Prep and kept it unblemished as they throttled the Eagles, 42-28. That the Crimson Tide was able to win on the road at the Prep is one thing. That they were able to win so convincingly as the Prep celebrated Homecoming and the rededication of their football stadium is another. “It’s always good to beat St. John’s, particularly on the road,” said Everett Head Coach John DiBiaso. “We had a very good first half, did a lot of things right and we’re just excited to have another win.” Take your pick at what’s been Everett’s best asset. There’s junior quarterback Jake Willcox, who was 20 for 25 with six touchdowns on 225 yards. Then there’s his offense; six different players scored for the Crimson Tide. “Jake continues to do well, he played a great first half,” said DiBiaso. “And beyond that, we have a multi-faceted offense. It’s kind of where we wanted to be this year.” Jacob Miller opened the scoring on a nine-yard run in the first quarter. Mike Yarin set up Aise Pre-

CRIMSON | SEE PAGE 30

Tide QB Jake Willcox was honored by the Boston Herald as a Division 1 “Stars of the Week” for leading EHS to a 42-28 trouncing of St. John’s Prep on Saturday, Septemebr 23 in an away game. Here’s what they had to say about our superstar QB: “Jake Willcox completed 20-of-26 passes for 255 yards and two touchdowns as No. 1 Everett posted a 42-28 win over St. John’s Prep.


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SPORTS

Tide Talent showcased in huge win over St. John’s, 42-28

Senior wide receiver David Zorrilla pushes away a St. John’s defender with a straight arm.

Tde senior wide receiver Anthony Norcia shows why he’s the go-to guy when the EHS needs his sure-handed pass catching ability.

Top college propsect senior linebacker Duane Dinns is about to put a crushing hit on a SJP runnng back.

Senior wide receiver Isaiah Likely goes up and over a St. John’s Prep defender.

NO WAY: Tide senior running back Jacob Miller pulls away from a St. John’s defender while on his way to SENIOR ROADBLOCK: Tide senior defensive back Jamal Simon (31) and senior an 8-yard TD run. Kevin Brown converge on a Prep running back. The Tide defense throughout was (Advocate photos by Dave Sokol) awesome.


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Shown, from left to right, are City Councillors Wayne Matewsky, Stephen Simonelli, John Leo McKinnon and Peter Napolitano, Clerk of Committees John Burley, City Councillors Rosa DiFlorio and Anthony DiPierro, Assistant City Clerk David Ragucci, City Clerk Sergio Cornelio and City Councillors Fred Capone, John Hanlon, Richard Dell Isola, Cynthia Sarnie and Michael McLaughlin.  (Advocate photos by Brendan Clogston)

CITY CLERK | FROM PAGE 7 In his brief remarks, Ragucci thanked the council for “having the confidence and faith in me to be able to fulfill the job of assistant city clerk.”

“I can promise you one thing,” he said. “I will not let you down.” The Assistant City Clerk position was left vacant after Sergio Cornelio was promoted from the role to City Clerk af-

ter Michael Matarazzo retired this past summer. Ragucci served as an alderman in the city for years before being elected mayor in 1998. He left the office in 2006, and a year later was ap-

pointed Town Administrator in Stoneham, and served in the role for almost a decade until the town’s board of selectmen declined to renew his contract in 2016. Chatter soon spread around Everett that Raguc-

ci would return to local politics, and he went so far as to pull papers earlier this year to run in for Councillor-at-Large, but he ultimately withdrew his candidacy before the filing deadline.

Pope John XXIII High School celebrates return of football

Welcoming two new PH cheerleaders: Giuliana Messina and Gina Ingrando.

Carl DiMiati and Michele Capone

Welcoming two new players: Stephen Gaskill (left) and Michael Arsenault. COACHES: Pictured in no particular order are Head Coach Craig Connors, Danny Kelly, Paul Williams, George Murray, Nick Codair, Joe Codair, Steve Moran, Jake Feraco, James McCormack, Bernie Brown and Athletic Director Ryan Murphy.

Former PJ Football Cheerleaders Robin Valentine (left), Alicia Johnson and Ivy O’Keefe (right).

Jorge Herrera (left) and Graham Robertson are shown with the 1998 Super Bowl Championship team photo.


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Third Annual Village Fest a massive success Over 8,000 people flood Norman Street for the ultimate street festival

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n Saturday, September 23, Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the City of Everett welcomed a crowd of over 8,000 Everett residents and visitors from the Greater Boston area to the third annual Village Fest. Sponsored by Wynn Everett and Craft Brewers Guild, Village Fest was a citywide celebration that took place in the up-and-coming “Village Business District,” a niche commercial destination along Santilli Highway. The festival offered delicious tastes from several of Boston’s best food trucks and locally crafted beer and spirits from Craft Brewers Guild, Night Shift Brewing, Bone Up Brewing, Down the Road, and Short Path Distillery, and a full lineup of music, including the internationally acclaimed headliner band George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic. “The third annual Village Fest proved to be a huge success,” stated Mayor DeMaria. “I am happy that people from all over came and visited Everett and shared in the excitement

and celebration of all that Everett is and is becoming.” Food trucks were on hand offering ever ything from Asian cuisine to Mexican cuisine to Middle Eastern cuisine to BBQ, pizza, pasta, homemade ice cream sandwiches, cupcakes and much, much more. Food trucks included Chik Chak Food Truck, Cupcake City, Dean’s Concession, Frozen Hoagies, Northeast of the Border, Sate Grill, Square Deli, Teri Yummy, The Roving Lunchbox, Bon Me, Sheherazad, Pennypacker’s and Tenoch Mexican. Craft Brewers Guild as well as Everett’s own Night Shift Brewing, Bone Up Brewing Company, Down the Road, and Short Path Distillery were also on hand as the perfect complement to the food trucks. Free, non-alcoholic beverages were provided by Polar Beverages. While enjoying food and drinks, attendees danced and listened to fantastic musical

Ward 6 Councillor Michael McLaughlin with Leanne and Emilio Guzman.

Shown, from left to right, are OFC Stephen Ramunno and Officers Raoul Goncalves, Jeff McCabe, and Alex Viera.

performances on two stages by amazing Boston-area bands Krewe de Groove, Pat and the Hats, The Local Scruff, Selah Poitier, Rebecca Zama, Testify your Soul, and Rebound. The evening culminated with George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic.

“Village Fest is a great opportunity to highlight so many of our City’s best assets,” stated Mayor DeMaria. “Our city is growing and people outside of Everett are starting to really take notice at how much our community has to offer. My administration will continue

Patrick Shankhour, Sarah Lasri, Daniela Bonilla, Emily Coelho, Marjgrie Chiraldelli, Trinity Monita, Melissa Gonzalez, and Amina S. Haicle of Pioneer Charter School.

EPD Officer David Joyner, Maria Bussell, and Deputy Chief Michael Imbornone

Rita Ng at the Boston Bonbon booth

to expand and act upon Everett’s immense potential to be the next hot spot in the Greater Boston area. I would like to once again thank Wynn Resorts, Craft Brewers Guild and all the community sponsors for helping make this event a reality.”

John Tocco of Wynn Resorts and Mayor Carlo DeMaria’s Chief of Staff Kevin O’Donnell.

Ron Colosi, Jr. and Michelle Cronin at the Clive’s Jams booth

Mark Jacobson at the Paddle Boston booth


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Third Annual Village Fest a massive success

Rebound performs on the side stage.

Marinela Tufa, Kenny Gutman, Lenyi Guridys, Buddy Mangini, Cynthia Steg, and Jennifer Casey of Easton Boston Saving Bank.

Krewe de Groove perform

Pat & the Hats perform

Thousands attend the 3rd Annual Village Fest

Selah Poitier and the Soul Deacons perform.

Anita Deeley at the Beverly Bees booth


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Third Annual Village Fest a massive success

Hundreds of eager fans listen to George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic at the 3rd Annual Village Fest.

George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic perform. (Advocate photos by Ross Scabin)

At The Common Dog booth are Laura Donnell, Jessica Bowden, and Patty Burns.

Jackie and Eddie Lucas

Connie and Peter Penta

The Local Scruff perform

Jackson Hewlett and Zachary Robinson of Short Path Distillery


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EPD | FROM PAGE 7 the properties. In March, the City Council approved Mayor DeMaria’s inclusionary zoning ordinance. The ordinance establishes a policy whereby new housing developments of a certain size are required to include at least 10% of units at rates that are affordable Sgt. Dennis O’Donnell is shown with Mayor Carlo DeMaria, Council to low- or- moderate-income President Anthony DiPierro, Chief Steve Mazzie, and members of residents, as defined by state his family. regulations. The ordinance also

includes a preference option for Everett residents. Mayor DeMaria has emphasized the importance of building a strong community foundation and the significance of renovation and development within Everett, especially in community areas, such as parks and playgrounds. Since 2008 dozens of parks have either been renovated or upgraded. Mayor DeMaria has already or plans to redo all of Everett’s parks, recreational

amenities and tot lots over the next five years. Police Chief Steven Mazzie stated, “I want to thank both the Mayor and the City Council for working with us to meet and exceed the department and communities needs as the city transforms itself. We will continue to put forth our best efforts to help make Everett a great place to work, live and play.”

EPD | SEE PAGE 19

Newly promoted Lieutenants Chris Hannon, Richard Ditrapano and Tino Rozza are shown with Mayor Carlo DeMaria, Police Chief Steven Mazzie, and members of the City Council.

Sgt. Regina Collyer is shown with her husband, Revere Capt. Dennis Collyer, members of her family, her brother Chief Steve Mazzie, and Mayor Carlo DeMaria.

Lt. Tino Rozza is shown with Mayor Carlo DeMaria and members of his family.

Officer Stephen Berardino is shown with Mayor Carloe DeMaria, Chief Steve Mazzie, and members of his family.

Lt. Christopher Hannon is shown with Mayor Carlo DeMaria and members of the family.

Officer Anthony Cruciotti is shown with Mayor Carlo DeMaria, Chief Steve Mazzie, and members of his family.

Sergeant Thomas Leyne is shown with Mayor Carlo DeMaria, Police Chief Steven Mazzie, and mambers of his family.


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Newly promoted Sergeants Regina Collyer, Thomas Leyne and Dennis O’Donnell are shown with Mayor Carlo DeMaria and members of the City Council. Not pictured is Alfred Sabella, who was also promoted to Sergeant.

EPD | FROM PAGE 18 Background on police promotions and appointees Promoted to Lieutenant was Christopher Hannon, a 15-year veteran of the Department. Lt. Hannon currently is the officer in charge of the Everett Police Department’s Traffic Department. Lt. Richard Ditrapano is a 12-year veteran of the department and is currently assigned to the night patrol division. Lt. Ditrapano

Recently sworn-in Patrolmen Stephen Berardino, Stephen Ramuno, Brian Colantuoni, Anthony Cruciotti and Alex Vieira are shown with Mayor Carlo DeMaria, Chief Steve Mazzie, and members of the Everett City Council.

previously served with the Melrose Police Department for several years before transferring to the Everett Police Department. Lt. Sabatino Rozza is a 22-year veteran of the department and is currently assigned to the May-

Officer Stephen Ramunno is shown with Mayor Carlo DeMaria, Chief Steve Mazzie, and members of his family.

Officer Brian Colantuoni is shown with Mayor Carlo DeMaria and Chief Steve Mazzie.

Officer Alex Vieira is shown with Mayor Carlo DeMaria and Chief Steve Mazzie.

Lt. Richard Ditrapano is shown with Mayor Carlo DeMaria and members of his family.

or’s Office as the department liaison to City Hall. Promoted to Sergeant was Thomas Leyne, a 13-year veteran officer in the night patrol divi-

EPD | SEE PAGE 21


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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE - Friday, September 29, 2017

~ City Council Roundup ~

Council declares Gold Ribbon Week

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n memory of the late Ella Jade O’Donnell, the City

Council voted unanimously Monday night to declare the

week of September 25 “Gold Ribbon Week” to raise awareness of and funds to fight childhood cancer. Ella Jade O’Donnell was a 10-year-old daughter of Everett Police Officer Dennis O’Donnell. Last November she died after an 11-month battle with brain cancer.

Council considers revolving maintenance fund

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he City Council is considering a request by Everett Facilities Maintenance Director George Lane and Everett Chief Financial Officer Eric Demas to create a revolving fund for “regular” or “on capital” building repairs using funds raised through leases on facilities owned by the city. Under their proposal, the fund, which would have a cap of $200,000 (though the current revenue stream at the old high school is only expected to bring in $60,000 annually), would put more direct control for basic building repairs into facilities’ hands. Several councillors were concerned about the proposal, arguing that approving it could constitute an abdication on the part of the council from its responsibility to provide checks and balances on the city’s administration. The item was referred to the ways and means committee for further review.


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EPD | FROM PAGE 19 sion. Sergeant Leyne previously served with the Lexington Police Department for several years. Sergeant Regina Collyer is a 28-year veteran of the Everett Police Department. Sgt. Collyer is the sister of Chief of Police Steven Mazzie, Sergeant John Mazzie and Patrol Officer Paul Mazzie, and she is married to Revere Police Captain Dennis

CAPONE | FROM PAGE 2 erett for nearly 30 years, having served as President, Director, and longstanding Scholarship Committee Chairperson. I am a member of the Everett Kiwanis and am the current Scholarship Committee Chairman for the Saugus-Everett Elks. I have served as a Trustee for Tri-City Mental Health, am the Chairman of the St. Anthony’s Parochial School Board, and am a member of the St. Anthony’s Parish Finance Committee. I have also volunteered my time as a youth basketball coach and as a youth mentor. In my early twenties, I had the distinct honor and privilege to serve on the Everett Common Council representing the residents of Ward 6. I was elected to 5 consecutive terms, serving a total of 10 years. In 1994, I was elected President of the Council. During my tenure as a councilman, I chaired every major committee including Finance, Rules and Ordinances and Public Safety. Serving as an elected official was an extremely rewarding experience and I feel that I made significant contributions to our City for and on behalf of our residents. After having served 10 years, I opted not to seek an additional term to spend all my free time with my then newborn son, Zachary, and shortly thereafter, my daughter, Gabrielle. In 2013, I returned to active public service with your support. My Everett roots continue to grow deeper and stronger through the years. I am proud to be from Everett and am committed to raising my family in our great City. My wife and I have been married for 23 years and

MEETING | FROM PAGE 5 al opportunities and encourage development along the river, which will compliment those activities. Now is both a critical time for the river and for our community. We will continue to work with private property owners, non-profit organizations, state agencies and our municipal partners to make this river way an asset for all of us.” Please visit the MyRWA website for more information.

Collyer. Sergeant Alfred Sabella is a 24-year veteran of the Everett Police Department currently serving in the night patrol division. Sergeant Sabella is the father of Patrol Officer Stephen Sabella. Sergeant Dennis O’Donnell is a 23-year veteran of the Everett Police Department and is assigned to the Everett Police Department’s Community Services division. Sworn in before Mayor De-

Maria and the Everett City Council was Patrolman Stephen Berardino, who transferred from the Merrimack College Police Department. Patrolmen Stephen Ramunno, Brian Colantuoni, Anthony Cruciotti and Alex Vieira all graduated from the Reading Police Academy in August. All new patrol officers are currently participating in the Everett Police Department Field Training Officer program.

have made our home in Ward 1 for the past 20 years. Together, we have made Everett a better place to live and work. Everett’s future is bright. Although I have no opponent in November, I ask that you show your support for my representation with a vote of confidence. I will continue to use my political experience and my additional life experiences as a father, husband, businessman, attorney and home owner/taxpayer on your behalf at City Hall. It is my sincere desire to make our City an even more prosperous community, while

improving our collective quality of life and addressing the needs of our residents. I look forward to meeting and speaking with you over the duration of the campaign. Should you wish to volunteer any time to my campaign, would like a lawn sign, or simply have a question, please contact me at my home number 617-387-9045. Together we will continue to make a difference. Sincerely, Attorney Fred Capone Candidate for Re-election to the Everett City Council, Ward 1 Voted Citywide

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ATTENTION WATER USER:

HYDRANT FLUSHING Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017 Friday, October 29th, 2017

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he Water Department will be flushing water mains throughout the City beginning October 3rd through October 29th, 2017. The purpose of flushing is to remove sediment build up in the mains and to verify the safe operation of hydrants and valves. Hydrant flushing may result in temporary discoloration of the water, caused by small particles that dislodge during the flushing as well, temporary reduction in pressure. Discolored water will be temporary and is not harmful. However, the discolored water might stain your laundry, especially white materials. Therefore, please avoid doing laundry during the noted flushing period Prior to washing clothes, including times after the hours stated in this notice, please check the cold water for pos-

sible discoloration. If water is discolored, let the cold water run for a few minutes until water becomes clear. If it does not clear at that time, try again later. Unfortunately, the City cannot fully guarantee the safety of doing laundry and/or the possibility of discoloration even during the evenings and other times of the day as the water system has been disturbed. Therefore, please check your water carefully prior to doing laundry and inspect the laundry before drying it. Hydrant flushing will be performed between the hours of 8 A.M. and 7 PM Monday through Friday. The Water Department appreciates your patience as we work to improve the quality of the drinking water. If you would like additional information, please call the Water Department at 617-394-2327


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O B I T UA R I E S Enrico “Chuck” Miranda

Of Everett on Sept. 25th. Beloved husband of the late Phyllis M. (Rocco). Loving father of Maryann Hayes and her late husband Frank, Gerri Miranda, Charles Miranda and his wife Donna and Michael Miranda and his wife Kathy. Loving brother of James Miranda and the late Charles. He is survived by his 5 beloved grandchildren, 5 loving great grandchildren and 1 great great grandson. Funeral from the Salvatore Rocco and Sons Funeral Home, 331

Main St, Everett on Friday Sept. 29th at 9 AM. Funeral Mass at the Immaculate Conception Church, Everett at 10 AM. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. In lieu of flowers, donations in Enrico’s memory may be made to woundedwarriorsproject.org. Interment at Glenwood Cemeter in Everett. Enrico was a late WWII Veteran serving as a Sgt. in U.S. Army. RoccoCarrHendersonFH/DN Customer w w w. ro cco f u n e ra l h o m e s. co m 877-71-ROCCO

2 at 9:30 AM. Funeral services will commence in the funeral home, at 10 AM. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. Visiting hours are Sunday only 2-6 pm. Complimentary valet parking Sunday at Main Street entrance. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the woundedwarriorsproject.org. Interment will be at the Bourne National Veteran’s Cemetery. RoccoCarrHendersonFH www. roccofuneralhomes.com 1-877-71-ROCCO

Alfieri “Al” Moro

Josephine M. (Nazzaro) Correggio

Of Everett on Sept 25th. Loving father of Frank Moro and his wife Jean of Saugus and Guido “Gino” Moro of Quincy. Loving brother of Gloria Forgione. He is survived by his 5 beloved grandchildren, Nicole, Jennifer, Christopher, Stephanie and Michael and 1 great granddaughter, Teagan. Funeral from the Salvatore Rocco and Sons Funeral Home, 331 Main St, Everett on Monday Oct.

Of Everett, formerly of Malden, on September 22, 2017 at 97 yrs. old. Beloved wife of the late Domenic A. Correggio Sr. Loving daughter of the late Antonio and Rosina Nazzaro. Devoted mother of Domenic A. Correggio Jr. and wife Gail of Saugus and Richard P. Correggio and wife Judith of Revere. Dear sister of the late Anna Cirino and husband Edward, Frank Nazzaro and wife Lucy, Lucy Masiello and husband Pasquale, Rose Vitale and husband Joseph, Anthony Nazzaro and wife Emily. Cherished grandmother of Domenic A. Correggio III and wife Sarah of AZ, Paul E. Correggio and wife Jennifer of Wakefield, Gina Correggio-Regitano and husband Richard of Lynnfield, Nicholas Correggio and wife Roseanna of Revere. Great-grandmother of Aidan, Mia, Domenic IV, Adriana and Marco. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Funeral Service was held in the JF Ward Funeral Home, Everett, on Wednesday, September 27. During the war effort of the 1940’s Josie worked for the Malden Mills and the National Radio Company. She loved to cook, take trips with her husband, and enjoyed her favorite television programs. Josie was a great homemaker. Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden. For guestbook, please visit: www.jfwardfuneralhome.com JF Ward Funeral Home 617-387-3367

George C. Costanza At 97, of Malden, on September 24. Beloved husband of the late Alba (Rosati). Loving father of Tristina Kimball and her husband Phillip of Danvers. Brother of the late Alfred and Richard Costanza. He is survived by his 2 beloved grandchildren Tracy and Phil and 5 beloved great grandchildren, Timothy, Anthony, Alba, Samantha and Skylah. He is also survived by many loving nieces

OBITUARIES | SEE PAGE 25


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The school offers a four-year professional Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree program, three combined DVM/Masters of Science degree programs, and four stand-alone graduate programs. Its website says that its progressive academic programs, high-quality clinical care services and original research have brought them national and worldwide acclaim. (A “Yes” vote is for spending the $1 million. A “No” vote is against spending it.)

ANNUITY PURCHASES AND MASSHEALTH

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here have been many irrevocable trusts attacked by the Office of Medicaid in Massachusetts over the last several years as part of the MassHealth application process. A recent argument by the MassHealth legal department with respect to irrevocable trusts is that the Trustee is able to purchase an immediate annuity thereby providing the Settlor/MassHealth applicant with access to “principal” of the trust. The applicant cannot have access to “principal” of the trust in order for the trust assets not to be counted. The Settlor/MassHealth applicant can only have access to “income”. It is the goal of all irrevocable income only trusts “not” to have the actual principal of the trust be considered “available” to the Settlor/MassHealth applicant, otherwise the principal would be rendered a “countable” asset thereby disqualifying the applicant from receiving MassHealth benefits. The recent Heyn appellate court case decision essentially took the steam out of MassHealth’s argument being set forth at MassHealth fair hearings asserting that if the Trust received monthly annuity payments, that somehow was equivalent to the Settlor/MassHealth applicant being able to receive principal distributions. The appellate court got it right in its interpretation of basic annuity principles and trust law. When a payment is received by the trust from an immediate annuity policy, the portion of the payment that represents a return of principal is non-taxable, and reasonable trust accounting principles require the trustee to allocate the return of principal to the corpus or principle of the trust (which means it is “not” available to the Settlor/MassHealth applicant to be paid down on nursing home care. Section 103(a)(4) of the Uniform Principal and Income Act, as adopted in Massachusetts as M.G.L., Chapter 203D, Section 3(a) (4) states that, in allocating receipts and disbursements to or between principal and income, a trustee “shall add a receipt or charge a disbursement to principal if the terms of the trust….do not provide a trust rule for allocating the receipt or disbursement to or between principal and income.” Therefore, the legal presumption in Massachusetts is that any amount received by the trustee is not income, but rather principal. In the absence of explicit contrary powers in the trust, the trustee has no power to deviate from generally accepted practices of fiduciary accounting when determining what is income and what is principal. Under the Massachusetts Principal and Income Act, “if a payment is characterized as interest or a dividend or a payment made in lieu of interest or a dividend, a trustee shall allocate it to income. The trustee shall allocate to principal the balance of the payment and any other payment received in the same accounting period that is not characterized as interest, a dividend, or an equivalent payment. Mass General Laws, Chapter 203D, Section 18(a). The Massachusetts Principal

and Income Act also provides that “an amount received as interest, whether determined at a fixed, variable or floating rate on an obligation to pay money to the trustee, including an amount received as consideration for prepayment of principal, shall be allocated to income without any provision for amortization of premium. Mass General Laws, Chapter 203D, Section 15(a). Thus, annuity distributions cannot be treated solely as income under Massachusetts law, where most of such payments are a return of principal. The Mass Uniform Trust Code (MUTC) codifies the uncontroversial fact that a trustee’s authority includes the power to invest in annuities. The draftsmen of the MUTC recognized that trustees needed to be able to make investments without court permission, so if a trust is silent with respect to annuities, the MUTC would authorize the trustee to purchase an annuity as an investment. That trustee power, however, is irrelevant to the question of whether the trustee has the discretion to distribute principal to the applicant (which under MassHealth regulations it cannot for the trust assets not to be counted). MassHealth would want to classify all of each monthly immediate annuity payment as “income”. Why? Then it could argue in effect that the trustee has the power to convert principal of an irrevocable trust into an “income” stream for the benefit of the Settlor/Masshealth applicant (thereby in effect making the principal available to the applicant) which would then mean the principal of the irrevocable trust would be treated as a countable asset putting the applicant over the asset limit and resulting in ineligibility for MassHealth long-term nursing home benefits. The irrevocable trust should be governed by the trust provisions themselves, statutory law (including the Massachusetts Principal and Income Act), common law, and case law, not by MassHealth’s legal department’s arbitrary and unsupported interpretation of law. Allowing them to incorrectly interpret such trusts would disrupt the well-settled legal expectations of Settlors, Trustees, and beneficiaries, would be in conflict with well-established trust law and would be in violation of the Massachusetts Principal and Income Act. The elder law community has been continuing the fight for the elderly for all of the right reasons.

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THE HOUSE AND SENATE: There were no roll calls in the House or Senate last week. This week, Beacon Hill Roll Call records local representatives’ votes on several of the roll calls from September 13 overriding Gov. Charlie Baker’s cuts of $320 million in spending. A two-thirds vote in both branches is needed in order for a veto to be overridden. The Senate has not yet taken up the vetoes. The House restored an estimated $275 million. House Democratic leaders say the budget is balanced and that Baker’s cuts were unnecessary and would hurt many people including the sick, seniors, children and minorities. Gov. Baker and some Republicans say that state revenues are running behind projections and urged the House to wait several weeks to see whether revenues increase and whether restoring the funds makes fiscal sense. Some GOP members said because of the uncertainty, they voted to sustain all of Gov. Baker’s vetoes, even though it meant voting against restoring funding for many good programs they would otherwise have supported. CUT ENTIRE $1 MILLION FOR REACH OUT AND READ PROGRAM PROGRAMS (H 3800) House 139-13, overrode Gov. Baker’s veto of the entire $1 million in funding for the Reach Out and Read (ROAR) program. ROAR is a national nonprofit group that began in 1989 at Boston Medical Center to address the problem that most pediatricians’ waiting rooms did not have books available to read. Nationally, the group annually distributes 6.5 million books. The Massachusetts ROAR program trains pediatricians and nurses to advise parents about the importance of reading aloud to their children in order to prepare them for school. The program also funds the purchase of books to give to children who are six months to five years old during their visits to their doctors. Some 254 hospitals and clinics in Massachusetts participate in the program, serving 186,000 children and families. (A “Yes” vote is for spending the $1 million. A “No” vote is against spending it.) Rep. Joseph McGonagle

Yes

$1 MILLION FOR TUFTS VETERINARY SCHOOL (H 3800) House 122-30, overrode Gov. Baker’s $1 million veto reduction (from $5 million to $4 million) in funding for Tufts Veterinary School in North Grafton. Tufts is the only veterinary school in New England.

Rep. Joseph McGonagle

Yes

$600,000 FOR BOSTON REGIONAL INTELLIGENCE CENTER (H 3800) House 128-24, overrode Gov. Baker ’s $600,000 veto reduction (from $850,000 to $250,000) in funding for the Boston Regional Intelligence Center (BRIC) to upgrade, expand and integrate technology and protocols related to anti-terrorism, anti-crime, anti-gang and emergency response. According to its website, “Information gathered by the BRIC pinpoints areas of crime, shootings and gang violence, as well as helping to identify major players and ex-offenders returning to neighborhoods.” (A “Yes” vote is for spending the $600,000. A “No” vote is against spending it.) Rep. Joseph McGonagle

Yes

$250,000 FOR CHELSEA SOLDIERS’ HOME (H 3800) House 142-10, overrode Gov. Baker ’s $303,734 veto reduction (from $27,210,690 to $26,906,956) in funding for the maintenance and operation of the Chelsea Soldier’s Home, a Bay State VA Hospital serving veterans. (A “Yea” vote is for spending the $303,734. A “No” vote is against spending it.) Rep. Joseph McGonagle

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 September 18-22, the House met for a total of 23 minutes while the Senate met for a total of 31 minutes.

Mon. Sept. 18 House 11:05 a.m. to 11:17 a.m. Tues. Sept. 19 No House session Wed. Sept. 20 No House session Thurs. Sept. 21 House 11:05 a.m. to 11:16 a.m. Fri. Sept. 22 No House session

Senate 11:04 a.m. to 11:24 a.m. No Senate session No Senate session Senate 11:02 a.m. to 11:13 a.m. No Senate session

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OBITUARIES | FROM PAGE 22 and nephews. Funeral was held from the Salvatore Rocco and Sons Funeral Home, Everett on Thursday, September 28. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden. Donations in George’s memory may be made to a charity of your choice. George was a late WW II Navy Veteran and served on the USS Texas. RoccoCarrHendersonFH 1-877-71ROCCO roccofuneralhomes.com

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Served his country with the United States Mar i ne Cor ps Af te r a lengthy senior care hospitalization, Francis S Moran, 91, passed away on August 13, 2017 in Margate, Florida. Frank and his wife, Frances B. Moran, now deceased, were married for 67 years. They lived in Everett, MA for

years followed by Amesbury, MA and then settling in Florida for many years. Francis was a past member of the United States Marine Corps and Marine Corps Reserves. He belonged to the New England Carpenters’ Union, Local #26, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Loyal Order of Moose, the American Legion and The Knights of Columbus in both Massachusetts and Florida. Francis is survived by two sons; Kevin F. Moran and his wife Patty Moran of Georgetown, MA and Brian S. Moran of Everett, MA. He is also survived by five grandchildren and one great- grandson. Grandsons are Ryan and Erika Mitchell Moran of Alexandria, VA, Shane and Alexandra Tancredi Moran of North Wales, PA and Michael Moran of Everett. Granddaughters are Nicole Moran and Christine Moran of Revere, MA and great- grandson, Blake Brown Moran of Beverly MA. Family and friends are kindly invited to attend his services which will be held graveside at Puritan Lawn Memorial Park, 185 Lake Street, Peabody at 11AM on Friday, September 29th. Please meet inside the main gate at 10:45. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to: “A Hope for Nikolas,” c/o Beverly Bank, 254 Cabot Street Beverly, MA 01915. A luncheon will immediately follow at Bertucci’s,

Route 1 North, Peabody. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Conte - Giamberardino Family Funeral Home, 14 Pleasant Street, GEORGETOWN, MA. Conte - Giamberardino Funeral Home cgfuneralhomegeorgetown.com

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Marion (Levy) Tokson At 91, of Everett. Entered Eternal Rest on September 18, 2017. Devoted wife of the late Alvin Tokson. Beloved mother of Larry Tokson and the late Dr. Marshall Tokson. Cherished grandmother of Jessica Rizzo and Matthew Tokson. Proud great grandmother of Fiona and Sophia Rizzo. Loving sister of the late Rachel Endelman, Bertha Shor and Irving Levy. Dearest friend to Zelda Lloyd and Whitey Silver. Services were held at the Goldman Funeral Chapel, Malden on Wednesday, September 20. Interment in Everett. Due to the Rosh Hashanah Holiday, Memorial week is omitted. In lieu of flowers expressions of sympathy may

Of Winchester, formerly of Everett, passed away peacefully at Aberjona Nursing Center on Monday, September 25, 2017, at age 92. Ed was born in Swanville, Maine on June 13, 1925 and raised and educated in Everett. He proudly served in the United States Navy during WWII as a Medic in the Hospital Corps, re-

Page 25 ceiving an honorable discharge in 1946. A descendant of the Mayflower, Ed was delighted to be a longtime member of the Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Ed worked for Arthur D. Little as a Laboratory Assistant in Cambridge for many years. Ed was a quiet, respectful man. He was an avid reader, especially anything involving history. He happily served as the Church historian for First Parish Church in Malden where he was a longtime, dedicated member. Ed was happiest spending time in Swanville, Maine at the family cabin that was grandfathered into the natural surroundings. He had a great love for the peaceful, rustic environment around the lake and returned every chance he could for his entire life. Ed will be remembered as a true gentleman who treated everyone the same, kindly.

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this is very much a game of chess.” Foppiano will face off against Saturday’s debut will not Lamarya Geary of Philadelphia only be a massive step in Fopon Saturday. She’s seen her op- piano’s career, but a personal ponent fight, but that’s about milestone.“It’s such a huge perall she knows. “I just about sonal accomplishment for me,” know her name. I’ve seen her she said.“I’ve never, up until this fight and that’s about it. I feel point, really been someone to prepared for her … I don’t want step out of my comfort zone. it to be personal. I just want it Once I started boxing, sparto be strictly business.” ring, that went completely out Someday Foppiano hopes to the window. The feeling when fight one of her favorite boxers, you get in there, knowing that Ireland’s Katie Taylor. “I think you’re about to get hit, it’s a she’s unbelievable,” said Fop- whole different thing. It’s not piano. “My goal is to, hopeful- like football – you don’t have ly, meet up with her and fight a team behind you – you go in her one day. She’s actually in there by yourself. Your coach my weight class and I think is there, but when it comes she’s brilliant. She doesn’t just down to it, you’re by yourself. go in there and brawls. She’s It’s a very lonely sport when it very technical.” comes down to it.” Foppiano is drawn to techShe continued, “I’ve always nical fighters. Her favorite male struggled with self-confidence, boxer, Vasyl Lomachenko, is so the feeling of being able sometimes called “High Tech.” to go in there and say ‘I’m ca“He takes a lot of great angles pable, I belong here’ is such a and he’s a very great coun- huge thing for me. Just that terpuncher,” she said. “Always thinking, always using his head,

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Chester C. Paris A resident of Malden, passed away on Sunday, September 24, 2017, at Whidden Memorial Hospital in Everett, at age 80. Chester was born in Cambridge on April 9, 1937, one of five children of the late Charles Paris and Catherine (Diamond) Paris. Raised in Arlington, Chester graduated from Arlington High School, and served his country in the US Air Force during the Korean War. Chester adored his grand-

children, Brianna and Brandon. When not spending time with longtime companion, Rosemary, he was happiest attending his grandchildren’s sporting events. Chester was the father of Charles Paris and his wife Laurie of Everett, and Kim Paris of Wakefield. Brother of Jean Blastos of Lynnfield, Peter Paris of GA, Esther Adamian of York, ME, and Charles Paris of FL. Proud grandfather of Brianna and Brandon Paris of Everett. Also survived by his longtime companion, Rosemary. Funeral Services are private. For online tribute RobinsonFuneralHome.com

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he Saugus-Everett Elks will be hosting their annual Italian Night at the lodge at 401 Main St. on Thursday, October 5th starting at 6:30 p.m. Honorees this year include Businessman of the Year Peter Rossetti and Citizen of the Year Detective Sean Moynihan. Tickets for the pasta dinner and festivities are $12 per person and can be purchased at the Lodge or reserved by calling Steve Doherty at (617) 9562560

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et into the Halloween spirit at the Parlin Memorial Library! The children’s room will be hosting a nighttime Pajama Story Time on October 24 at 6:00 pm. There will be “spooky” Halloween stories, songs, crafts and activities appropriate for all ages. Pajamas and costumes are encouraged! There is no registration required, and all library programs are free to the public. Please call the library at (617) 394-2306 for more information.

~ In Memoriam ~ 3/28/53 – 9/16/12 Five Year Anniversary

FAITH MORSE

“To laugh often and much; to win the respect of intelligent children; to earn the approbation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends; best in others; to give of one’s self; to leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or a redeemed social condition; to have played and laughed with enthusiasm and sung with exultation; to know that even one life has breathed easier because you have lived – This is to have succeeded.”

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October storytimes for children at the Shute Library

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here will be two weekly storytimes at the Shute Library in October, except for holidays or when there is another special event. Storytime for Toddlers will be held on Mondays – October 2, 16, 23 and 30 – at 11:15 a.m. in the Shute Memorial Library Children’s Room. This program introduces young children and their caregivers to the joy of books, stories, rhymes, finger plays and playful props in a way that promotes early learning in a supportive group setting. The Monday programs are followed by “Time to Paint” in the Craft Room. Children can play with color and texture as they make their mark on the page. On Tuesdays – October 3, 10, 17 and 31 – the Shute Children’s Librarian will present “Picture Books for Everybody.”This storytime focuses on different genres in the picture book category and invites closer attention to how visual clues help pace a story. After looking at and listening to several books, everyone will get paper; pencils and crayons and will be invited to create something inspired by one of the books. Both programs are free and all are welcome. The Shute Memorial Library is located at 781 Broadway in Everett, Mass. For more information call 617-394-5008.

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1. Storyteller brothers Jacob and Wilhelm shared what last name? 2. What disco song about a bird is a parody of “Macho Man”? 3. A cat named Igloo (nicknamed Iggy) explored the polar regions with Admiral Byrd. True or false? 4. In “The Faerie Queen,” what 1500’s poet wrote, “Then came October, full of merry glee”? (Hint: initials ES.) 5. What dancewear became fashionable in the 1980’s? 6. In Boston on Sept. 30, 1846, dentist William Morton was the first to use what anesthetic? 7. In 1988 what sportsmen went on strike for 50 days? 8. What did Walt Disney refer to as Black Sunday? 9. Inspector Fenwick said “Do-Right, you’re a disgrace to your underwear” on what TV show? 10. The Goodyear “Pilgrim” Airship, first

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LISTED BY SANDY SOLD BY SANDY!

SINGLE FAMILY - 43 SEA ST. Everett, MA - $379,900 LISTED BY NORMA UNDER AGREEMENT

SOLD BY SANDY!

66-72 FERRY STREET Everett, MA - $1,600,000

36 GLENDALE AVENUE Everett, MA - $399,900

COMING SOON!

MALDEN 2 FAMILY $439,900. LISTED BY NORMA

SOLD BY NORMA!

SOLD BY SANDY!

14 CHESTNUT STREET Everett, MA - $424,900

APARTMENT FOR RENT

APARTMENT FOR RENT

$1850/ MONTH

$1650/ MONTH

TWO BEDROOM

CALL FOR LOCATION. NORMA @617.590.9143.

NEWLY LISTED

NEWLY LISTED

APARTMENT FOR RENT

APARTMENT FOR RENT

THREE BEDROOM

CALL NORMA FOR MORE DETAILS.

NEWLY LISTED

Joe DiNuzzo - Broker Associate

SOLD BY SANDY!

22 GRISWOLD STREET Everett, MA - $449,900

SOLD BY NORMA!

75 BUCKNAM STREET Everett, MA - $714,900

1+1/2 BEDROOMS

MOVE-IN READY.CALL NORMA FOR DETAILS.

$2000/ MONTH

72 SAMMET STREET Everett, MA - $429,900

SOLD BY SANDY!

SOLD BY SANDY!

SOLD BY DENISE!

SOLD BY DENISE!

21-23 LUKE ROAD Everett, MA - $534,900

19 GILMORE STREET Everett, MA - $498,900

74 BALDWIN AVENUE Everett, MA - $474,900

22 FREEMAN AVENUE Everett, MA - $330,000

SOLD BY SANDY AS BUYERS AGENT!

SOLD BY DENISE AS BUYERS AGENT!

SOLD BY SANDY!

SOLD BY MARIA!

THREE BEDROOM, MALDEN

$2450/ MONTH

CALL ROSEMARIE FOR DETAILS @ 617-957-9222

NEWLY LISTED

20 GATEWAY LANE Lynn, MA

474 REVERE BEACH BOULEVARD - Revere, MA

3 LAUREL STREET Malden, MA - $475,000

20 PUTNAM ROAD Revere, MA - $399,900

Norma Capuano Parziale - Agent

Denise Matarazzo - Agent

MARIA SCRIMA - Agent

Rosemarie Ciampi - Agent

Mark Sachetta - Agent

Open Daily From 10:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. 433 Broadway, Suite B, Everett, MA 02149

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THE EVERETT ADVOCATE - Friday, September 29, 2017