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Biddeford Journal Tribune Weekend (Newspaper) - January 26, 2013, Biddeford, Maine Saturday january 26, 2013state/region journal Tribune weekend As obituaries Paul Louis Anthony Leprohon Joseph Oscar Peloquin Biddeford a Paul e. Cyr 88, of Biddeford died monday Jan. 21, 2013 at St. Andres after a Brief illness. He was born in Biddeford on Jan. 7, 1925, the son of Osias and Mary Bisson Cyr and was educated in the Biddeford schools. Paul worked most of his adult life at the Westpoint Pepperell Mills retiring in 1975. He enjoyed boating on the Saco River with his boat and after Paul retired he could be seen taking Long walks around town. Surviving Are two sons Normand and Sharon of Saco and Gerald and Pamela of Springvale one daughter Claire Cyr of Enon Ohio one sister Gabriel Lebrun of Biddeford five grandchildren eight great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. At the request of the family there will be no visiting hours. A graveside service will be held at St. Josephs cemetery in Biddeford at a later Date. Arrangements Are by Hope memorial Chapel 480 Elm St., Biddeford me 04005. To share condolences online visit wow. . Marissa w. Talbot Saco a Marissa w. Talbot 70, of Saco died tuesday Jan. 22, 2013 at Massachusetts general Hospital in Boston. She was born nov. 27, 1942 in Quezon City the Philippines a daughter of Jaun and for Aleisea Toquero Walit. She came Here in the Early 1960s. Marissa was employed As a certified nursing assistant at several local nursing Homes including South Ridge living Center York Manor and St. Josephus Convent. She enjoyed cooking and crocheting working in the care of others and spending time with her family son and grand children. She was preceded in death by her husband Raymond Talbot on dec. To 2003 and by nine Brothers and Sisters. Surviving Are her son George p. Boudreau or. And his Fiancee Carolyne lord of Parsonsfield two granddaughters Ashley and Nicole Boudreau four great grandchildren and a brother in the Philippines. Visiting hours will be 12 30-1 30 . On tuesday Jan. 29, 2013 at Hope memorial Chapel 480 Elm St., Biddeford me 04005. A funeral service will follow at 1 30 . At the funeral Home. Entombment will be in the Sapphire mausoleum at Laurel Hill cemetery in Saco. To share condolences online visit . Me i is a psf Biddeford a Louis Anthony Leprohon 81, of Oak Ridge Road died wednesday Jan. 23,2013 at Evergreen Manor in Saco surrounded by his Loving family. Louis was born dec. 16, 1931 in Sanford a son of Ernest p. And Cora j. Albert Leprohon. I Louis attended Biddeford schools and proudly served his country in the . Army during the korean War. On june 28,1958, he married Linda Ann Smith. He was employed by Maremont and Saco defense. Louis enjoyed Hunting and spending time in the Woods. He also enjoyed movies but he especially loved being with his family. He cherished the times he spent with his children and grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents his brother Edward Leprohon and his Sisters Anna Sevigny Ernestine Inkel and Angela Dill. Louis is survived by his Loving wife Linda two sons Matthew Leprohon and Peter Leprohon both of Buxton three daughters Kathleen Leprohon of Standish Bernadette Martin and her husband Gregory of Acton and Carol Leprohon of Hollis four Brothers Francis Leprohon and his wife Mabel of East Hartford Conn., Albert Leprohon and his wife Jean of Rochester n.h., Joseph Leprohon and his companion Pat of old Orchard Beach and John Leprohon and his wife Nina of Kennebunk six Sisters Theresa Gagnon and Priscilla Ledoux and her husband Norman All of Biddeford Jeanette Hoitt of Bryon Ohio Rosemary Janson of Saco Deanna Demeritt and her companion John of Rochester n.h., and Donna Noble and her husband Jerry of Pensacola Fla. Five grandchildren Melissa Tucker Andrew Leprohon Brent Martin Daniel Leprohon and Benjamin Martin and Many nieces and nephews. Visiting hours will be held on monday Jan. 28 from 6-8 . At Bibber memorial Chapel 67 summer St., Kennebunk me 04043. A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 11 . On tuesday Jan. 29 at most holy Trinity Parish in Saco. Interment will be in the Spring at Arundel cemetery. Should friends desire memorial donations May be made to the Charity of ones Choice. Arrangements Are in care of Bibber memorial Chapel . Com. Clifford a. St. Jean Sanford Clifford a. St. Jean 81, of Sanford died on thursday Jan. 24, 2013 in Kennebunk with his family by his Side. Cliff was born in Augusta on May 4, 1931, to Cleophas and Agnes Michaud St. Jean. He grew up in Sanford and attended local schools. He proudly served his country in the . Army during the korean War. In 1951, he married Violet Daigle and they spent the next 61 years together and raised one son. Cliff was employed for several years at general electric in South Portland and Everett mass. He went on the work for Pratt and Whitney where he worked for Many years before retiring As a supervisor in 1992. He was never a person to sit Idle so after his retirement he began helping his grandson a few Days a week at his business Sanford flooring. He had been a member of the Sanford elks Lodge As Well As the knights of Columbus in Sanford. Cliff was an avid golfer and loved spending time with his family especially his grandchildren and great grandchildren. He was a very Handy person and enjoyed helping family and friends with projects around their Homes. He had a wealth of knowledge and enjoyed teaching and passing this on to his grandsons. He will be remembered As a Loving and devoted husband father and Grandfather and will be dearly missed by his family and friends. Surviving Are his wife Violet d. St. Jean of Sanford a son Ronald St. Jean and his wife Marilyn of Alfred two grandsons Jason St. Jean his wife Erin and their two children Austin and Emma of Kennebunk and Matthew St. Jean his wife Courtney and their soon to be born son of Springvale a sister Jeanne Roy of Sanford and Many nieces nephews and close friends. Cliffy a family would like to express their gratitude to the staff of hospice of Southern Maine and a very special thanks to his caregiver Amy Morabito for the care and compassion shown to him and his family during his illness. Visitation will be held from 2-4 and 6-8 . On monday Jan. 28 at the Lafrance Lambert amp Black funeral Home located at 29 Winter St. In Sanford. A mass of Christian burial and military honors will be held at to . On tuesday Jan. 29 at St. Therese of Lesieux Parish holy family Church located on North Avenue in Sanford. Interment will be in the Spring at St. Ignatius cemetery in Sanford. Those planning an expression of sympathy Are asked to consider sending a memorial contribution to Camp Sunshine 35 Acadia Road Casco me 04015. Arrangements Are under the direction of Black funeral Homes and cremation service Sanford Springvale. To leave a message of condolence for the family visit . Sanford Joseph a a Oscar Peloquin 89, passed away on Jan. 23 at the Pavilion assisted living in Sanford. He was born on dec. To 1923 in Saco the youngest of three children born to Damase and Leda Roy Peloquin. As a Young Man in 1941, Oscar convinced his Mother to let him join the army air Force so he could be on a fighter plane during world War in Little did he know that he would barely survive the crash of his plane a b24, when it was shot Down Over France. Wounded Oscar spent the next three months with the French resistance. While hidden he experienced a series of close Calls with German soldiers. After the War Oscar became a recipient of the purple heart. Many years later with a Little coaxing from a Friend Steve Martin Oscar decided to Tell his War Story in his own written words. In 2007, he was nominated by the Pavilion and received a a remember me achievement award with other Honoreen in a special ceremony in the Hall of flags at the Augusta statehouse. In june of 1946, Oscar married Muriel Dumont and for the next 57 years they made their Home in Biddeford sharing a Happy and contented life. They enjoyed travelling and spending almost All of their time together and with their families. Oscar deeply loved his wife and being the kind soul he was catered to her every wish until her death in 2003. Oscar was a pipe fitter for most of his working life retiring in 1984 from the Portsmouth naval shipyard. After Muriel a death he spent much time with his brother in Law and sister in Law Richard and Cecile Dumont in Parsonsfield. He had Many caring friends at the Pavilion in Sanford where he attended Day services. In 2011, he became a resident there in assisted living. His family is extremely grateful to everyone involved in his care Over the years including the wonderful people at York county dialysis. Oscar never complained everything was always he was loved by everyone. His Quick wit and endless positive Outlook on life put a smile on Peoples faces. Besides his wife Oscar was preceded in death by his older brother and sister Henry Peloquin and Priscilla Peloquin Ouellette. Oscar is survived by the Dumont one brother in Law Normand Dumont of Auburn nephews and nieces and Many friends whose lives were touched by him. Visiting hours will be 4-7 . On monday Jan. 28, 2013 at Hope memorial Chapel 480 Elm St., Biddeford me 04005. A funeral service will be held on tuesday at 11 . At the funeral Home. Burial and military honors will be in St. Josephus cemetery in Biddeford. Arrangements Are by Hope memorial Chapel. To share condolences online visit . Raymond t. Sheehan Kennebunkport a Raymond t. Sheehan 88, of Kennebunkport died peacefully on dec. 18, 2012 at the Springbrook nursing Center in Westbrook. He was born in new York . On March to 1924, a son of Patrick and Anna Harrigan Sheehan. On june 23, 1973, he married Judith m. Walker. Raymond served our country in the United states army during world War ii after which he received the Victory medal and the Asiatic Pacific Campaign medal. He worked As a police officer in new York City for Many years. Raymond enjoyed his dogs Lacy and Joey and keeping up on current events. He also had a keen interest in to detective shows. Preceding him in death were his wife Judith m. Sheehan in 2012 As Well As three Sisters Margaret Tuzzo Anna Murphy and Kathryn Taaffe and two Brothers Joseph Sheehan and Gerard Sheehan. Raymond is survived by his closest nieces Valerie Fallon and her husband Christopher of Newtown Conn. And Lorraine Downing and Maureen Schiaffino both of Staten Island . Along with Many additional nieces and nephews of the new York City area. A memorial service will be held at later Date. Arrangements Are by Hope memorial Chapel 480 Elm St., Biddeford me 04005. To share condolences online visit wow. . . Man acquitted of 1969 mass. Slaying Woburn mass. A a jury has acquitted a 59-year-old new Hampshire Man of murder in the death of a Massachusetts teenager 43 years ago. The Lowell Sun reports that Michael Ferreira of Salem showed no emotion As he left the Middlesex Superior courthouse on Friday with his family and attorneys. The jury reached a verdict before noon after getting the Case thursday. His attorneys said Ferreira is Happy to be cleared but feels for the family of John Mccabe who was 15 when he died in september 1969. Ferreira and two friends Walter Shelley and Edward Allen Brown have been accused of killing Mccabe after a dance in Tewksbury mass. Ferreira was 16. Shelley of Tewksbury and Brown 61, now of Londonderry n.h., were 17. Prosecutors say the teens abducted Mccabe bound him taped his eyes and Mouth and left him in a Lowell Field where he died of asphyxiation. Authorities say they wanted to teach Mccabe a lesson for flirting with a girl Shelley liked. Mccabe a Sisters said outside the courthouse they Are upset by the verdict. A the last 43 years has been a Nightmare for our family a Debbie Atamanchuk said. A your family Wasny to looking for revenge we were looking for ferreiras attorney Erie Wilson has said police and prosecutors fed facts to Brown who confessed in 2011 and testified against Ferreira in Exchange for a manslaughter plea with no jail time. A this was not a fact finding Case it was a fact feeding Case a Wilson said in his closing argument. Prosecutor Thomas of Reilly had told the jury a people make stupid Damn mistakes when they Are 16 years old but they have to take responsibility for the acts they Brown testified the three forced Mccabe into a car As he walked Home from a school dance. He said he thought his friends were Only going to scare Mccabe and rough him up. Brown said Ferreira and Shelley dragged Mccabe out of the car. Brown said he sat on Mccabe a legs while Ferreira hogtied him. He said Mccabe struggled and cried. Obituary policy the journal Tribune publishes paid obituaries with or without a photograph. Proof of death must be verified prior to publication. Death notices Are printed free of charge. These include name age town City of residence Date and place of death service information and memorial donations. Please submit by 3 . Tuesday Friday for the next edition and by 8 . Monday for the same Day s paper. Obituaries May be submitted by email to journal Tribune. Com or at the Biddeford office 457 Alfred St. For More information Call 282-1535, ext. 329 or visit . Death notices James a. Rogers Wells a James a. Rogers >8, of Wells died Jan. 16, 2013. Visitation will be held on wednesday Jan. 30 from 4-7 . At Hope memorial Chapel 80 Elm St., Biddeford me >4005. In lieu of Flowers Dona ions in his name May be made to wreaths across America . Box 249, Columbia Falls me 04623 or Fisher House foundation 111 Rockville Pike suite 420, Rockville my 20850 or american stroke association 7272 Greenville ave., Dallas to 75231. To share condolences with the family visit com. Insurance hours of 8-9pm sat., 8-5pm to a a Well keep your Home. Mclean Cool warm year round summer Winter where you will find the owners in the store Comer of it 4 amp Crammer re 424 Alfred re Sanford a 324-3077 Methot Agency 319 main Street Biddeford focal Point wow. Tom 207 289-1010 show sponsor Jan 30 fee 24 East coast premiers i hilarious murder mystery in the style of a Noel Coward meets Agatha Christie Quot shows. Wed thu 7pm, Fri sat 7 30pm Sun 2pm added sat 3pm mat 2/16 tickets 885-5883 to residence at St. Lawrence arts 76 Congress St Portland me in memorial in Loving memory of Norman p. Gonneville on his 15th anniversary no length of time can dim the past. Too Many memories hold it fast. Today tomorrow and our whole life through we will always love and remember you. Sadly missed by sister and family a a by Page see the journal Tribune the second and fourth tuesday of the month for York county a latest business news. Has your business recently opened expanded or made a change youd like customers to know about Send your business news to journal Tribune Ork county s Only daily Seu paper

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