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Biddeford Journal Tribune (Newspaper) - November 30, 2007, Biddeford, Maine Friday november 30, 2007 i a Tatj o h a jul Mist Gio journal Tribune As obituaries Rachel Guerin Iii wk., is my a pm Biddeford a Rachel n. Guerin 78, died thursday at St. Andre s health care facility from an aggressive glib Latoma brain tumor. She was bom in Biddeford on Jan. 8, 1929, a daughter of Eugene and Aline Gendron Neveux. She was educated in local schools and graduated from St. Joseph s High school class of 1945. In june of 1949, she married Robert g. Guerin at St. Josephus Church. She worked briefly at Biddeford savings Bank before her marriage. After she raised her family she returned to the workforce in 1973 As an administrative associate for the Biddeford fire department retiring in 1990. Besides raising her family she enjoyed family genealogy and created Many family albums through the years. She was an avid Knitter who enjoyed travelling cooking and writing letters regularly to family and friends and babysitting for her newest grandson William. She was preceded in death by her Sisters Gertrude Tremblay and Suzanne Gobeil and by two daughters Lillian and Lucille. She is survived by her husband of 58 years Robert g. Guerin of Biddeford five sons Paul of Portland Bernard of Kronau Germany Philip of Phoenix Ariz., Roger of Arundel and Carl of Little Rock Ark. Five daughters Odette Gornick of Biddeford Mary of Piermont ., Louise of Pasadena Calif., Simone of Scarborough and Helene of the Hague Netherlands eight grandchildren Rochelle Thomas Elisabeth Rosie Alex Michael Mathilda and William four Brothers Guy e. Neveux of Biddeford Bernard g. Neveux and his wife Nicole of Biddeford Leo i. Neveux and his wife Rose of Torrance Calif., and Benoit Neveux and his wife Doris of Phoenix Ariz. Two Sisters Charlotte Tebbenhoff and Micheline Neveux both of Biddeford and numerous cousins nieces and nephews. Deaths elsewhere Henry Hyde 83 Washington a former rep. Henry Hyde the Illinois Republican who steered the impeachment proceedings against president Clinton and championed government restrictions on the funding of abortions has died. He was 83. His death thursday was announced by House minority Leader John Boehner s office on Capitol Hill. He died just weeks after president Bush awarded him the presidential medal of Freedom at a ceremony that he was too ill to attend. Hyde who retired in january underwent open heart surgery in july. He died in his sleep Early thursday at Rush University medical Center in Chicago said Hospital spokeswoman Mary Ann Schultz. The a Hyde amendment Banning Federal funds for abortions became a fixture in the annual spending debate Hyde also was a Leader in passing the ban on so called partial birth abortions. As chairman of the House judiciary committee he led House efforts to impeach Clinton in 1998 for allegedly lying about his affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky and in 1999 was the chief House manager in the unsuccessful bid to win a Senate conviction. Hyde a own reputation was tarnished when an online Magazine revealed head had an affair with a married woman some 30 years before when he was in his Early 40s. Hyde brushed it off As a a Youthful the congressman was among 12 former directors and officers of the Clyde Federal savings and loan of North Riverside iii., sued by Federal regulators after the institution s 1990 failure which Cost taxpayers an estimated $68 million. Hyde who had left the a amp a s Board in 1984, insisted he did nothing wrong and was the Only director who refused to contribute to an $850, Khz settlement of the lawsuit. About obituaries obituaries Are news stories outlining a person s life and listing tile person s survivors. Obituaries the journal Tribune prints obituaries of area residents free of charge tile same As it does with Birt is. Graduations weddings and anniversaries. Death notices the journal Tribune charges for printing death notices that is the announcement of calling Houis funeral services and memorial donations. Other deaths the journal Tribune charges for printing other deaths that is obituaries of persons whose connection to the area is Only through relatives. In most cases the paper receives obituaries from funeral directors. However family members Are welcomed to submit obituaries of people who had lived in tile area but died elsewhere. Death notices Iel n of Biddeford died nov. Biddeford. Visiting hours will be 3 to 6 on sunday dec 2, be memorial Chapel 480 Elm Deford a memorial service will on a Date to be announced a rial website is being developed a org. Who do not wish to Send Flowers Nake donations in Rachel s name James school 25 Graham St., Ford me 04005 or to hospice them Maine 180 us route i other deaths Louise Mcadam Scarborough me 04074 Massier George f. Of Biddeford died nov. 29 in Scarborough. Visiting hours will be from 9 30 to 11 a m. On saturday at Cote funeral Home Corner of Beach and James streets Saco. A funeral service will be held at 11 a m. On saturday at Cote funeral Home entombment will follow in Laurel Hill cemetery Saco. Arrangements Are by Cote funeral Home Saco. Limerick a Louise h. Mcadam 84, died wednesday nov. 28, at her Home. Louise was born in Brooklyn . On March 7, 1923. She was the daughter of the late Ernst and Joyce Van Buskirk Heeren. She was educated at the Berkeley Institute and was a graduate of Mills school which was a division of Adelphi College. Louise spent part of her life in East Hempstead. . And Plainfield no. Before moving to Limerick. As an elementary school teacher Louise worked at Linder place school of Malverne . For six years the fifth Grade of Hollis elementary school for a year and a half and the Limerick elementary school As a first Grade teacher for 22 years. Louise kept herself very Active. She was the first president of the mass Besic teachers association past president of the historical society of Limerick past president and treasurer of the american legion auxiliary and an Active member of the Limerick congregational Church ., where she served As Moderator president of the research club member of the diaconate pastoral relations committee and choir member and director for Many years. She also enjoyed baking goodies and making Candy that she sold at Cliff Mcadam creations and provided for Church functions. Louise was preceded in death by her husband Clifford Mcadam one grandson Erie Mcadam Ceglarz and one brother Ernest Heeren. She is survived by two daughters Nancy Prue and her husband Jim of Dover And Peggy Mcadam of North Waterboro grandchildren Cory Plaisted and his wife Michelle of Ellsworth Kip Plaisted and John Crowe of Bangor and acacia Mcadam of North Waterboro. Also surviving Are four great grandchildren Kayla Briana Aaron and Amber one sister Esther Luginbuhl and her husband Donald of both Largo Fla. And Banner Elk n.c., and several nieces and nephews. A period of visitation for Louise will be held this saturday dec. I from 4 to 7 . At the Carll Heald and Black funeral Home 580 main St., Springvale. Funeral services will be held at 3 . On sunday. Dec. 2 at the Limerick congregational Church In Limerick. For those that desire the Mcadam family suggests memorial donations be made to the St. Jude a children Hospital memorial amp Honor program 501 St. Jude pl., Memphis to 38105-1905, Beacon hospice 54 Atlantic pm. S. Portland me 04106, or the Limerick congregational Church ., 43 main St., Limerick me 04048. To leave messages of condolence please visit . Services for the Mcadam family have been arranged through the Carll Heald and Black funeral Home of Springvale. George Massier Biddeford a George f. Massier 85, passed away thursday afternoon on nov. 29 at the Maine Veteran s Home in Scarborough. He was born in Fresno Calif on May 21, 1922, a son of George f. Or. And Mary Shroeder Massier. George was a graduate of Chaffey High school in Ontario California class of 1941. He served his country from 1942 to 1946 in the United states Navy receiving the Victory medal. George graduated from the University of California in los Angeles receiving his bachelors of science in 1949, his masters degree in 1954 and Ste. To sri providing excellent sir vice is our first and Foremost priority. Our professional circulation staff teamed with an outstanding group of carriers is dedicated to providing the Type of service you have come to of you have any comments or suggestions on How we May better serve you please do not hesitate to Call us at 207 282-1535 ext. 311 service first is More than just our motto. Its our commitment to you journal Tribune York county a Only daily newspaper. A pad in 1956. He was a former member of the american society of microbiology. He was a member of St. Joseph monastery in Ojai Calif from i960 to 1966. George was employed in medical research at the Veteran s administration in Boston and also in Hospital research for Many years retiring in 1984. He was a life member of the veterans of foreign wars life member of National association of retired Federal employees member of United states Navy memorial and member of world War la memorial. He was preceded in death by his brother Milton Massier who passed away serving his country on oct. 9. 1944. He was also preceded in death by his Best Friend. Charles collard on Jan. 25, 2007. tech company expanding to Maine Portland apr a Massachusetts company that offers internet based business services for medical practices announced thursday that it plans to open an operations Center in Belfast that could provide As Many As 6 x jobs within five years. Athen health of Watertown. Mass., is spending $6.1 million to buy a 130, xxx Square foot building at the former Mana Headquarters that was left vacant after Bank of America acquired the credit card Bank and Cut 345 jobs at various locations around the state. Athen health a publicly traded company headed by a first Cousin of president Bush said it was attracted by the Mana facilities along with the availability of a trained work Force and telecommunications infrastructure. A Given Athena health a continued growth and demand for our unique service based offerings to medical groups we anticipate creating hundreds of new jobs in the Region in the years to come As we look to better support our growing National network of physician clients a said Jonathan Bush chairman and ceo. Chief operating officer James Macdonald said the company plans to employ up to i x people in Belfast in the next year and could have up to 6 x there within five years. Athen health said it considered other Sites in Maine As Well As locations in Vermont Massachusetts upstate new York and Rhode Island before settling on Belfast. A key Factor was Maine spine tree zone tax incentives targeted at industries that locate in specific areas of the state with High unemployment rates officials said. Maine amp co., a private nonprofit organization credited with helping to attract Athen health said the jobs it provides will be a step up from those at Mana. A if you look at what was there before it was a Call Center and that a Fine a said Matt Jacobson president and ceo of Maine amp co. A that s a certain level of work. Athena is going to put an operations Center there. These Are going to be higher level kinds of Athen health which made its Wall Street debut sept. 25 with an initial Public offering that netted about $81.3 million offers web based software designed to help medical practices with communications and Billings in areas ranging from pharmacy orders and lab results to insurance filings. In its first quarterly report for the three months ended sept. 30, the company posted a $5 xxx profit on revenues of $26.2 million. Mana had been one of Maine s largest employers with 4.500 at its Peak. The merger with Bank of America led to the closure of satellite offices in Portland Farmington. Presque Isle and fort Kent. Bank of America retained i 700 Mana jobs and continues to operate in Belfast. Orono and Brunswick. Lawsuit seeks to Block restrictions on petition gatherers Portland apr a Rumford lawyer involved in an initiative to bring a resort Casino to Oxford county has gone to court in an attempt to ease restrictions on where petitioners can gather voter signatures. Seth Carey has sued three of Maine a largest shopping malls along with Wal Mart Irving Oil and Hannaford Bros. Co., and the cities of Bangor Augusta Lewiston and Portland. The lawsuit filed in Oxford county Superior court claims that restrictions on where people can circulate petitions Are a violation of the free speech clauses of the Federal and state constitutions. A a in a challenging the notion that these kinds of businesses can be places open to the Public and then refuse to allow citizens to express their right to Freedom of speech a Carey said. A these companies Benefit from the fact that we Are living in a free Market society but they curb the freedoms of people who shop he said malls in South Portland Bangor and Auburn and the stores targeted in the lawsuit have refused to allow petition gatherers on their properties and municipalities also have imposed restrictions. A Massachusetts allows Complete Access As Long As store entrances Are not blocked a Carey said. Quot the owners of malls and big Box stores in that state must allow reasonable times places and manners in which petitioners can gather the defendants have 20 Days to respond to the lawsuit after they have been served. Hannaford. Whose Parent company is based out of state has asked that the Case be moved to . District court in Portland. Carey is an owner of Evergreen Mountain enterprises which is sponsoring the Casino petition drive. He asked that the Case be heard promptly because his Campaign faces a Jan. 12 deadline for submitted the 55,000 valid signatures needed to place the measure on the ballot in november 2008. Maine Vorters on nov. 6 rejected a referendum proposal advanced by the Passamaquoddy Indian tribe to build a Racino in Washington county and in 2003 voters turned Down a proposal calling for a Casino in Southern Maine. However a Racino that was authorized by a separate 2003 referendum question is operating in Bangor. When it comes to your local Community events nobody does it better journal Tribune Call for Price #2 Home heating fuel Veilleux 283-3410 x 20? Price rite 6464000x202 Perron 284-5341x203 serving York county i your full service fuel companies owned and operated by Curro industries Price subject to change

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