Kurt Peltier, 52, of Forand Manor, passed away after a brief illness. He was born in Pawtucket, a son of the late William Peltier and Arlene (Ramoli) Peltier-Renaud. Kurt had worked at various jobs including landscaping. He was the brother of Kelly and Kyle Peltier both of Pawtucket, Kevin Peltier of Cape Coral, Fl. several
Phyllis Mae Martin, 87, of Wakefield and formerly of So. Attleboro, passed away peacefully on Friday after an illness. She was the wife of the late John Martin. She was born in Providence, a daughter of the late Nicholas and Gladys (Merrick) Caspoli. Phyllis had ben employed as a medical secretry at Miriam Hospital for
Robert E. Brule, of Forand Manor, passed into eternal life Sunday at RI Hospital after a long illness. He was born in Central Falls, a son of the late Raymond E. and Jeannette (Plante) Brule. Bob lived all his life in Central Falls and had been employed at the former Blackstone Caterers for several years.
Allen “ Baggs” Simonelli, 70, passed away Tuesday morninng at the Hope Hospice Center in Providence surrounded by his loving daughters. He was born in Providwence, a son of the late John and Frances (Clayton) Simonelli. He was lifelong resident of Rhode Island. He had been employed as an independent contractor for various fund raising
Alejandro Gonzalez, 64, passed away last Saturday at RI Hospital after an accidental electrocution incident in Woonsocket. He was the husband of Virginia Matos Gionzalez. He was born in Moca, Puerto Rico, a son of the late Alberto and Sevaro Gonzalez. He moved to Brooklyn, NY over 40 years go and then settled in Rhode
Anthony Sacoccio Jr. 88, of Pawtucket, passed away June 4th atthe Hospice Center in Providence, surrounded by his loving family. He was the husband of Doris T. Sacoccio. Anthony was born in Cranston, a son of the late Anthony Sr. and Maria Sacoccio. He had been employed as a forklift operator in the shipping departrment
Charles E. Black, passed away peacefully last Wednesday after an illness. He was the beloved husband of the late Pauline Marie Black. Charles was born in Providence, a son of the late Patrick and Hariet Black. He had lived most of his life in No. Providence where he had been employed by the No. Providence Police as
Louis William DeLomba, 55, of Warwick, passed away last Monday after an illness. Mr. DeLomba was born in Central Falls, a son of Ronald C. DeLomba and Alice Mae (Potrais) DeLomba. Previous to his illness, he had been employed as an electroplater at the former Charisma Jewelry Co. and also at L. J. Plating. William