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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 21, 2001, Nashua, New Hampshire The Telegraph wednesday february 21. 2001 11obituaries deaths new Hampshire Yvonne m. Carter Merrimack Justin Crowley in Nashua Philip a. Holmes Amherst James h. Major Nashua Robert m. Mclaughlin Merrimack James h. Major army Veteran owned Radiator repair business James Harry major 79. Of 120 coliseum ave. Nashua died monday morning. Feb. 19, 2001, at Home with his family after a lengthy illness. Or. Major was born july 28. 1921. In Nashua son of the late Enoch h. And Mamie blow major. He grew up in the French Hill neighbourhood and later lived on Bramble drive for Many years. He was the husband of Alice a. Lowe major of Nashua. Or. Major was self employed in the automotive Radiator repair business for More than 40 years. He started his business in the basement of his Home and later expanded his shop to downtown Nashua. Or. Major worked with his sons. Richard and Jack major for a number of years. He enjoyed travelling with his wife to Florida during the Winter and they later lived in Winter Haven for several years. Or. Major was known As Quot or inky to his grandchildren. He was a member of veterans of foreign wars Post 483. Or. Major was an army Veteran of world War ii. Having served in the european theatre of operation. He was a communicant of St. Christopher Church in Nashua. Or. Major was educated in Nashua schools. He was predeceased by three Brothers. Pvt. George a. Major who was killed in the Normandy invasion during world War in Robert h. Major and Franklin d. Major. Besides his wife survivors include two sons and a daughter in Law Richard d. And Irene major of Londonderry and Jack r. Major of Nashua two daughters and sons in Law Madeleine m. Giggly and Robert Pichette of Milford and Patricia a. And Raymond Levesque of Salisbury. Mass. Seven grandchildren. Sandra Jumpe Karen Rowe. John major Jimmy major. Nicole Giggey and Kristi and Melissa Levesque a brother. Jack r. Major of Antrim three Sisters in Law and two Brothers in Law. Loretta Char Ron of Nashua Louise and Douglas Wright and Curtis and Ina Lowe five great grandchildren and several nieces nephews and cousins. The Farwell funeral service in Nashua is in Charlie of arrangements. C. Justin Crowley in involved in local sports enjoyed British cars Justin Crowley in. 69, of 36 Dublin ave., Nashua. Died monday. Feb. 19, 2001. At Southern new Hampshire medical Center after a lengthy illness. Or. Crowley was born aug. To. 1931. In Rutland vt., son of the late Jack a. And Irene Copps Crowley. He had lived in Nashua for the past 30 years and previously had lived in Amherst. He was the husband of Marion Haggerty Crowley whom he married aug. 17. 1968. Or. Crowley worked in the marketing and business department for Royal business forms and data Royal. Prior to that he worked As a sales manager of the tape division of Nashua corp. He had also worked in the business Field in new York City. Syracuse . And Rutland. He was interested in All sports particularly children a sports in Nashua. For to years he served the Nashua youth soccer league As director of various age groups and at one time also served As treasurer and coach. He was involved with the City softball league and was a Nashua High school track meet Volunteer. Or. Crowley was a member of the National ski patrol and chartered the Killington. Vt., ski patrol. He enjoyed and owned British cars and participated in British car clubs. He was a Bird watcher and enjoyed helping with the Audubon society a Bird count. Or. Crowley was interested in history. Especially the civil War. Native americans and the Era of president Jefferson. Or. Crowley was an army Veteran of the korean War. He graduated from Western High school in Washington. D c., and attended the University of Virginia. Where he received a bachelors degree in geography. He also briefly attended the University of Virginia Law school. Besides his wife Surv ivors include a son. Colin Michael Crowley of Indianapolis a daughter Justine Marion Crowley a medical student on rotations in Toledo Ohio and several cousins. The Davis funeral Home in Nashua is in charge of arrangements. Death notices Crowley died in Osga Nashua no on feb. 19, 2001. C. Justin Crowley in 69, of 36 Dublin Avenue Nashua. Husband of Marion i Haggerty i Crowley. Visiting hours will be held at the dams funeral Home one lock Street Nashua no on thursday from 2-4 and 7-9 pm. A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated in the Parish of the resurrection 449 Broad Street Nashua on Friday morning at ten o clock. Friends Are invited to attend. Interment will be private in Calvary cemetery Rutland Vermont those planning an expression of sympathy Are asked to consider Nashua High school boosters club clo Nashua High school Panther drive Nashua no 03062 or Amherst Street school Library clo Amherst Street school 71 Amherst Street Nashua Nii 03064. Arrangements Are in the care of locally owned and operated dams funeral Home one lock Street. Nashua no. 603 883-3401. Carter died in Nashua no monday february 19, 2001. Yvonne m. Carter 99, of 4 Hall ave. And formerly of 725 Milford Road Merrimack. A private funeral service will be held at the convenience of the family. Following cremation burial will be in Reed cemetery in so. Merrimack in the Spring. Memorial contributions May be made to Home health amp hospice 22 Prospect St., Nashua no 03060. The George r. Rivet funeral Home in Merrimack is in charge of arrangements. In Loving memory Cassandra Anne Charron 1990 february 21 2001 forever in our hearts and sadly missed mom and dad Yvonne m. Carter Holder of Boston Post Cane since april 1998 Yvonne m. Carter 99, of 4 Hall ave., Merrimack. And formerly of 725 Milford Road. Merrimack died monday feb. 19, 2001, at Greenbriar Terrace healthcare in Nashua after a Brief illness. Mrs. Carter was born april 14, 1901, in Manchester daughter of the late Charles and Eva Pellerin Lecuyer. She moved to Merrimack in 1920. She was the widow of Charles Carter the father of her eight children and Ernest Higton. Mrs. Carter had worked at . Mcelwain shoe co. And also did private duty nursing and worked at the Hunt Home in Nashua. She was a 55-year member of the Hillsborough county Pomona Grange. Since april 2, 1998, she was the Holder of the Boston Post Cane which is presented to the oldest living Merrimack resident. Mrs. Carter was a member of Pilgrim Church in Nashua and the ladies Circle. She attended Hesser College and nursing school in Tewksbury. Mass., in 1923. Survivors include five sons and four daughters in Law. Paul Carter and Carlton and Judy Carter All of Milford. Charles and Dede Carter and j. Wendell and Marion Carter All of Amherst and Gary and Sandra Carter of Bridgewater three daughters and sons in Law Lorraine and Frank Hall of Merrimack. Madeline and Peter Fuller of Litchfield. And Virginia and William Payne of Mont Vernon a sister. Florence Henderson of Nashua 23 grandchildren. 48 great grandchildren 17 great great grandchildren. And several nieces nephews grand nieces and grand nephews. The George r. Rivet funeral Home in Merrimack is in charge of arrangements. Philip a. Holmes Philip a. Holmes. 60, of 5 Meadow Lane Amherst died sunday. Feb. 18. 2001, at Southern new Hampshire medical Center in Nashua after a Brief illness. A full obituary and death notice will be published in thursday s edition of the Telegraph. The Davis funeral Home in Nashua is in charge of arrangements. Robert m. Mclaughlin Robert m. Mclaughlin. 66. Of 93 Peaslee Road. Merrimack died unexpectedly tuesday. Feb. 20, 2001, at Southern new Hampshire medical Center Iii Nashua. Or. Mola Uii Lin was the husband tin. A Complete obituary and death notice will be in thursday \ edition of the Telegraph. I he Zis Sweeney funeral Home in Nashua is in charge of arrange of Sheila a. Aksilowicz Mclaughl merits. District court Merrimack court on Jan. 16. Judge Clifford Kinghorn presided Merrimack cases Brian j Bates 30. 15-14 Kimberly drive Merrimack pleaded no contest to conduct Atter an Accident and was fined $300 Daniel Souza. 54. 29 n River Road Weare had complaints of stalking and violation of a protective order dropped Sean j Hooser 21. 12 Matthews drive Merrimack pleaded no contest to fraudulent use of a credit card and was fined $1,000 $700 suspended on Good behaviour John Stultz 36 62 Patten Road Merrimack pleaded guilty to Domestic violence assault and was fined $500 and sentenced to the House of corrections for 30 Days. Suspended on Good behaviour for one year on Jan 18 judge Gregory Michael presided Litchfield Case Alfredo Medilio Alfonso 21 81 Ash St Nashua pleaded innocent to driving without a valid License and was found guilty and fined $150 credit for nine Days a complaint of driving without a valid License second offence was dropped Bedford cases Brandon j Jutras 19. 12 Teaberry Lane. Bedford pleaded guilty to driving after suspension of License and was fined $200 a complaint of driving after suspension of registration was placed on file without a finding for one year a complaint of prohibitions was dropped Mark e Riche 29 35 Chester Road. Auburn pleaded not guilty to two counts of simple assault and was found guilty and fined $2,000, is 500 suspended Richer was sentenced to the House of corrections for six months deferred for six months anger management counselling ordered and no Contact with the victim Emily Estabrook 18 6 Elk drive Bedford pleaded no contest to criminal mischief and was fined $1,000 deferred tor six months Nicholas d Bonardi 35 148 Back River Road. Bedford pleaded guilty to criminal mischief and was fined $200 and sentenced to the House of corrections for 90 Days suspended for two years on Good behaviour Bonardi pleaded no contest to violation of bail conditions and was fined $200 and sentenced to the House of corrections for 90 Days suspended on Good behaviour for two years complaints of criminal threatening and burglary were dropped on Jan 22. Judge Gregory Michael presided Merrimack cases Christopher r Benoit 25 17 Amherst St Milford pleaded guilty to driving without a valid License and was fined $200 Alan Beebe. 18. 26 Fox Meadow Lane Merrimack pleaded guilty to Possession of controlled drug and was fined $400 Charles j Poirier. 25 2 Tamworth Lane Merrimack. Pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and was fined is of a complaint of false imprisonment was dropped Dene j Henderson. 25. 3 Hallwood drive Merrimack pleaded guilty to assault and was fined $1,000, $700 suspended on Good behaviour for one year Henderson was sentenced to the House of corrections for 30 Days suspended a complaint of resisting arrest was dropped Dayna l Bergin 25, 1 Holly Lane Merrimack pleaded guilty to speeding and was fined $500 $300 suspended for two years on Good behaviour Bedford Case Sandia Roy 48 286 Douglas St Manches Ter pleaded guilty to shoplifting and was fined $200 and sentenced to the House of corrections for 60 Days suspended for two years on Good behaviour Roy is to stay away from Wal Mart stores inc major died in Nashua monday february 19, 2001. James Harry major 79, of 120 coliseum Avenue Nashua husband of mrs. Alice a. Tame major. Calling hours will be held at the Farwell funeral Home 18 lock Street Nashua on thursday from 5 to 8 . A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated in St. Christopher Church. 62 Manchester Street Nashua. Friday morning at la o clock. Friends Are invited to attend and asked to meet at the Church. Burial will follow in Edgewood cemetery. The Farwell funeral service is in charge of arrangements. A Tate died in Merrimack it go no january 5, 2001. Lloyd e. R-7ilate. 71, of 9 Vista Way Merrimack. A memorial senile will be held on february 24, 2001 at St. James United methodist Church Dav. Hwy Merrimack at 11 Aal family requests memorial contributions May be made to friends of the National hark at Gettysburg . Box 4622, Gettysburg a 17325 �?�4622 or to St. James United methodist Church . Box 895, Merrimack no 03054. I he George r. Rivet funeral Home is in charge of funeral arrangements. In Loving memory John a. Quot Jack Quot Forrence or. 1998 february 21 2001 you left us lasting memories your love is still our guide and though we cannot see you you Are always at our Side. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by Marlene and family Public notice the Temple Board of selectmen Are requesting bids for the proposed expansion of the Temple municipal building. Bid packages May be obtained at the Temple municipal building Between the hours of 9 30 am and 5 00 pm monday through thursday. Bids must be returned by 5 00 pm tuesday March 6, 2001. Legal Public auction on March 7, 2001 at d amp r towing inc. 49 canal Street. Nashua. No 03064 at 10 00 am for the following vehicle 91 Toyota Corolla bearing Vin #2tihe94a4mc088379 Law offices of Paul s. Moore Michael l Laws questions about personal injury amp workers comp we will promptly return your Call 881-7773 23 factory St., Nashua free initial consultation. Hudson monuments 72 Dracut re a Hudson 6 13-88 1-4474 Quot a family tradition of caring a Dumont Sullivan funeral Homes inc. 370 main is Nashua so ferry is Hudson 882-9431 locally owned and family operated police log Brookline police department Jan. 6 Accident 8 41 . An vehicle off the Road at old Milford Road Jan 8 investigation 3 04 police investigated a report of criminal threatening at route 13. Jan. 12 investigation 5 50 . Police investigated a report of criminal threatening at Mountain Road. Jan. 14 investigations 5 44 a in police investigated a report of a burglary and criminal mischief at the Ball Park Concession stand. Francis drive. 12 55 police investigated a report of criminal mischief at Brookline elementary school. Milford Street. 11 35 police investigated a report of noise at Lordan Lane Jan. 15 Accident 11 17 an Accident at meetinghouse Hill Road no inane Jan. 16 investigation 6 04 police investigated a report of criminal mischief at Springvale Avenue Jan 17 Accident 3 20 . An Accident with a school bus at capt Douglass Academy Townsend Hill Road. No injuries Jan. 18 investigations 6 05 police investigated a report of criminal mischief to a vehicle at Townsend Hill Road 7.09 a in. Police investigated a report of criminal mischief to mailboxes of Averill Road. Arrest summons 10 . Briar Murray 31. East Harrisville Road Dublin Possession of drugs in a motor vehicle Jan 19 accidents 2 35 p in an Accident at route 13 7 05 pm an Accident at South main Street no injuries investigation 9 15 pm police investigated a report of noise at Pepperell Road. Jan 21 Accident 9.45 . An Accident at Cleveland Hill Road no injuries Jan. 23 Accident 8 54 a in an Accident at Ladd s variety. Route 3 no injuries Jan. 24 investigation 4.58 police investigated a report of harassing phone Calls at Weston Hill Road Jan. 25 arrest summons 1.14 Tommy Martin. 18. 24 dream Lane Road Amherst Bench warrant Jan 26 investigation 6pm police investigated a report of criminal mischief paint balls at a House of route 13 arrest summons 4 06 Susan Ingalls 21, thunderbird Motel Fitchburg mass shoplifting and Tase report to Law enforcement feb 6 investigation 1 22 police investigated a report of As Sault at Averill Road feb 7 arrest summons 10 39 . Thomas Hall. 42 Musca Tampus Road Brookline driving while intoxicated transportation of an alcoholic beverage feb 8 accidents 7.41 . An Accident at Mason and Dupaw Gould roads 5 03 an Accident at steam Mill Hill Road feb. 10 arrest summons 12.14 a in. Jeffrey Aborn. 19 16 Walmsely Circle. Milford unlawful Possession of an alcoholic beverage and transportation of an alcoholic beverage Litchfield police department Jan 10 arrest summons 12.09 David Jarry 22. Hudson driving while intoxicated Jan. 11 investigation 3 15 police investigated a report of a missing person at Derry Road Jan. 12 investigations 10 50 . Police investigated a report of a suspicious vehicle at Pine Avenue i 40 . Police investigated a report of a suspicious person at St Francis Way Jan. 13 arrest summons 11 13 . James Mcmurchy 17, Hollis Possession of drugs in a motor vehicle Jan 14 arrests summonses 3 05 . Dennis Fissette. 19, Litchfield driving while intoxicated investigation 6 08 p in police investigated a report of a suspicious vehicle at route 3a. Accident 7 47 . Police investigated a report of a vehicle Deer Accident at Page Road Jan 15 Accident 3 . An Accident at Albuquerque Avenue no injuries. Jan 16 investigations 8 42 a in police investigated a report of a suspicious vehicle at Marc Lane 10 40 a in police investigated a report of a suspicious vehicle at Sterling Road 3 31 police investigated a report of a suspicious vehicle at Sterling Road Jan. 17 investigation 7 15 police investigated a report of harassment at route 3a Jan 18 arrests summonses 7.45 p in Bruce Lewis. 50, Litchfield prohibited Sale of an alcoholic beverage 7 45 f in James Lewis 20, Litchfield profit Ted Saie of an alcoholic beverage. 45 Nancy Lewis 47, Litchfield prohibited Sale of an alcoholic beverage Jan 19 investigation 12 of am police investigated a report of suspicious persons at Derry Road arrests summonses 1 35 a in Todd Twarog. 37 Lowell. Mass. Driving while intoxicated disobeying a police officer and yellow line violation. Quot 20 p in Christopher Dumas. 20, Nashua Possession of drugs and Possession of an alcoholic beverage Jan 20 arrests summonses 4 22 p in Joshua Tounge 19 Concord. Transportation of drugs 9 03 p in Allan Torruella 19 Hudson Possession of an alcoholic beverage 9.03 pm Michael Donlon 17 Nashua transportation o an alcoholic beverage and following too closely 9 03 pm Amy Rennie. 19 Hudson Possession of an alcoholic beverage Hillsborough county has been awarded Federal funds under the emergency food and shelter National Board program Hillsborough county has Bee Quot chosen to Ece a $72 412 of to sudd Emem emergency food and smelter programs n was Mao a a Nat Ai b Aat of a ager8e a and consists a prese Tat vec Quot no the Sanat c a a Quoter or a a jew in on"1&Quot. 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