Friday, November 17, 2000
· Prise de Fer Fencing Club had a large turn out at the Pechinsky Scholastic Fencing Tournament at Concord-Carlisle High School on November 11 and 12. Twenty Prise de Fer students (ages 8-17) turned out over the two days to compete against some of the top high school and youth fencers in the area. Prise de Fer had nine finalists, five from Carlisle. Eva Jellison of Heald Road, was first in Y-14 Women's Sabre. Thomas Abend of Rogers Road was third in Y-14 Men's Sabre. Lucas Abend of Rogers Road was seventh in Y-14 Men's Sabre. Florian Schueller of Hartwell Road was 13th in High School Men's Epee. Henry Kennard of School Street was 16th in High School Men's Foil. Prise de Fer would like to thank all the people who came to support our fencers at this event. Prise de Fer fencing club is coached by David Blake and Ariana Klinkov and has open fencing in Bedford Center on Tuesday nights from 6-9 p.m. More information is available at www.prisedefer.com.
Leslie Marie Paolucci and Scott Husted Koerner were recently married in Stowe, Vermont. The bride is the daughter of the late Peter A. Paolucci and Mary Paolucci Wyant of New Windsor, New York. The groom is the son of Nancy and Bill Koerner of South Street. Eric Koerner of Westford served as his brother's best man. Shelly Wagner was her sister's matron of honor.
Scott Koerner is computer operations manager at Burton Snowboard Company in Burlington, Vermont. The couple and their chocolate lab Reilly reside in Hinesburg, Vermont.
· Carl Hay of Brook Street, the proprietor of the West Concord Shoe Store, is closing up shop and moving to North Carolina. Hay is the son of Carl J.E. Hay who started the business in 1900.
Long-time Carlisle residents remember back to the '70s and '80s, taking their children to the store and often waiting for over an hour to get waited upon. Shoes were properly fitted and purchases recorded on a seperate card for each family member. Although the same caring and concern for the proper fit has continued thoughout the years, fewer customers have sought out this individual attention in recent years.
Hay has decided it is time to close down the business and for him and his wife Susann to move to North Carolina to be near daughter Candace, a musician. Their son Craig, a music teacher, is also living nearby in Whitinsville.
Times change, but memories of that remarkable shoe store remain.
Andrew Forsberg and Allison Whitmarsh were married on October 7 in an outdoor ceremony at Seven Hills Inn in Lenox, Massachusetts. Allison is the daughter of Ronald and Marilyn Whitmarsh of Dalton, Massachusetts, and Andrew is the son of Charles and Joanne Forsberg of Autumn Lane.
Andrew is employed at Brown University as a computer graphics researcher, and Allison is employed by Target Analysis Group in Cambridge as a database analyst. The couple enjoyed a honeymoon cruise on the western Mediterranean and are now residing in Norwood, Massachusetts.
Marie C. Adrian A nurturing and loving homemaker
Marie C. Adrian, 92, a former long-time resident of Maple Street in Carlisle died peacefully at the Carleton-Willard Village in Bedford on Friday, November 10. Born in Cambridge, Oct. 9, 1908, she was one of twelve children born to the late Joseph and Georgina (Cote) Tremblay.
Educated in Cambridge schools, Marie had made her home in Carlisle from 1936 until moving to Carleton-Willard in 1994. In Carlisle, she had supported her late husband, "Cal" Adrian, in his many town activities. A nurturing and loving homemaker, her family was the center of her life. Known for her love of knitting and cooking, she also enjoyed her associations with the Carlisle Grange and the Council on Aging.
Mrs. Adrian was the wife of the late Calixte C. Adrian, former Carlisle selectman, Chief of Police and Most Honored Citizen, who died as the result of injuries sustained in an automobile accident in 1994.
She leaves her daughter, Claire Roeder and her husband Peter of Kingston, Ontario; her son, Norman J. Adrian and his wife Sarsha of Maple Street, and her sister Agnes Bretton of Hooksett, New Hampshire. She is also survived by her grandchildren, David Roeder, Kathy White and Tina Roeder; and her great-grandchildren, Matthew and Emma White and Sam and Adam Gregory, all of Kingston. She also leaves many nieces and nephews.
Services were held from the MacRae-Tunnicliffe Funeral Home on Tuesday, November 14, followed by a funeral Mass celebrated in St. Irene Church by the Rev. Thomas P. Donohoe, Pastor. Interment followed in Green Cemetery, Carlisle. Gifts in her memory may be sent to St. Irene's Church Building Fund, 187 East Street, Carlisle, MA 01741.
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