The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, October 20, 2000


Lee M. Dutton A member of a longtime Carlisle family

Lee M. Dutton of Arlington, formerly of Concord and Carlisle, died Tuesday, October 3 at St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Brighton. She was 90 years old. Born in Watertown, March 10, 1910, she was the daughter of the late Robert and Edith (MacCormick) MacAllister.

Mrs. Dutton was raised in Carlisle, lived in Concord for many years and later resided in Arlington. She was retired as a secretary from Boston College and Harvard University.

She is survived by her husband Raymond H. Dutton; four children, Laurence of Virginia, Bruce of Connecticut, Karen Petersen of Brookline, and Donna Dutton of North Carolina. Grandmother of Jeffrey, Laurie Catherine, Randall, Rebecca, Hilary, Theodore, Meredith, Nathaniel and Page. She is also survived by five great grandchildren.

A private graveside service was held Saturday, October 7, at Green Cemetery in Carlisle. Arrangements were in the care of the Bedford Funeral Home, Bedford.

Engagement Ethan Baxter to marry Leanne Gauthier

Richard and Beverly Gauthier of Concord announce the engagement of their daughter, Leanne Christine Gauthier, to Ethan Finley Baxter, son of Ward and Susan Baxter of Hemlock Hill Road.

Leanne and Ethan are both 1991 graduates of Concord-Carlisle High School.

Leanne graduated from Brown University in 1995 with a bachelor of arts degree and is in her final year of the MBA program at the Anderson School at UCLA. Ethan graduated from Yale University in 1995 with a bachelor of science degree and from University of California Berkeley this June with a Ph.D. in geology. He is employed as a geochemist at the California Institute of Technology.

A July wedding is planned.

· Mike Kilfoyle of West Street was among more than 100 youngsters who experienced their own field of dreams when Dunkin' Donuts and its community spokesperson Nomar Garciaparra hosted the youngsters at an interactive baseball clinic prior to the Red Sox game against the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday, September 23.

The youths, randomly selected from more than 100,000 entries, won a sweepstakes contest that was featured at more than 1,000 Dunkin' Donuts retail locations in the Greater Boston and Greater Providence markets.

· Air Force Airman Matthew T. Lambert has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.

During the six weeks of training, the airmen studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special training in human relations. In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an associate degree through the Community College of the Air Force.

Matthew is the son of William J. Lambert of Bingham Road. He is a 1996 graduate of Westford Academy.

· Stack sisters of Tophet Road graduate. Amy Stack graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in biology. After working at Lexington Eye, she has returned to school and is attending Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago.

Andrea Stack graduated with a degree in finance from Ithaca College this year. She accepted a position with Morgan Stanley in New York City and now resides in Manhattan.

· Junior Ranger graduates. The following list of students successfully completed the required Department of Environmental Management (DEM) Junior Ranger workbook, as well as attended the majority of scheduled training sessions offered at Great Brook Farm State Park: Kirsten Bruell, Jennifer Perugini, Travis Craigie, Kelsey Canavan, Caroline McMullin, Tommy Veitch, Andrew Beckford, Joseph Mullett, Joshua Azeuedo, Richard Heckbert, Melissa Hart, and Eric DeBruzzi. Completion of both workbook and attendance led to their junior range certification.

Each student received a certificate, as well as Junior Ranger patch in recognition of completion. Next year's programs will be offered again on Thursday afternoons during the month of August. Please call the park office next summer for details of junior ranger programs and certification.

2000 The Carlisle Mosquito