Friday, January 14, 2000
William Clifford Meehan
Betty and Harold Meehan of Autumn Lane are pleased to announce the birth of a new grandson, the first child of Kurt and Jackie Meehan of Lowell Road, Concord. William Clifford was born January 7 at Emerson Hospital.
Andrew James Carroll Rosevear and Ian Christopher Carroll Rosevear
Donna Allman of Hillside Drive is the proud grandmother of twins born to John Rosevear and Diana Carroll of Acton. Andrew James Carroll, 8 lbs. 7 oz., 22 inches, and Ian Christopher Carroll, 7 lbs. 15 oz., 21.5 inches, were delivered through natural childbirth on January 4, 2000.
Other grandparents include John and Eleanor Rosevear of Barrington, Rhode Island, and Michael Carroll of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Ruth J. Robinson Formerly of West Street
Ruth J. Robinson, a Chelmsford resident since 1975, died at her home on December 31, 1999. She was 80 years old. Born in Ashtabula, Ohio, she was the daughter of the late Ernest and Lillian (Anthony) Jessup.
Mrs. Robinson was a graduate of Harvey High School in Painsville, Ohio and Pasadena Junior College where she majored in music. An accomplished pianist and organist, she was a choir director for over 50 years in several of the churches in the surrounding area, including organist at the Carlisle Congregational Church. She also was a piano and organ teacher.
Mrs. Robinson is survived by her husband of 57 years, Russell Robinson of Chelmsford; three daughters, Virginia Robinson of Chelmsford, Martha Moses of Tilghman Island, Maryland and Mary Forgays of Cape Coral, Florida; and two grandchildren.
A memorial service was held January 5 at the Congregational Church.
Barbara B. Evans Forty-one year resident of Carlisle
Barbara B. (Smith) Evans, 85, of Bedford, formerly of Concord Street, Carlisle and Concord, died Saturday December 18, 1999 at Emerson Hospital in Concord. She was the wife of Charles M. Evans.
Born in Beckett, Massachusetts on May 10, 1914, she was the daughter of the late Oliver and Marion (Cady) Smith. A graduate of the Northfield School in Northfield, Massachusetts, she later attended Douglas College in New Jersey.
Following her marriage to Mr. Evans in 1941, she resided in West Newton until moving to Concord in 1948 and then to Carlisle in 1952.
Mrs. Evans was a longtime member of the Trinity Episcopal Church in Concord. During the 1960s and 1970s she worked as a secretary at the church.
Most recently she lived at Carleton-Willard Village in Bedford. From 1993 until 1999 she resided at Concord Greene in Concord.
In addition to her husband Charles, survivors include two sons, Robert Bradford Evans of New York City and Christopher W. Evans of Westford, and six grandchildren. She was also the mother of the late Sara Halstead Evans and the sister of the late Oliver Kingston Smith and Arthur Halstead Smith.
A memorial service will be held Saturday, January 22 at 11 a.m. at Trinity Episcopal Church, 81 Elm Street, Concord.
Arrangements are under the direction of Joseph Dee & Son Funeral Service, Concord.
· Linda Myers-Tierney of Lowell Street, former principal of consulting firm Myers-Tierney & Associates, is joining the company as chief marketing officer. Linda will report directly to Dom LaCava, president of Eastman Software, and will participate as a member of the senior management team. Myers-Tierney has been published extensively on the subjects of e-commerce, knowledge management, electronic document management and collaborative computing. She also shares her vision and expertise in corporate governance, serving on boards of directors and corporate advisory boards.
· Paul Macone of Concord Street has been promoted from the rank of sergeant to lieutenant on the Concord Police Force. Macone, who grew up in Carlisle, served on the Carlisle Police Department for three years before joining the Concord department in 1981. Macone will oversee special services, such as communications and major investigations.
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