The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, February 2, 2001


Susan Zielinski weds Jonah Flower

Susan Elizabeth Zielinski, daugher of Sally and Robert Zielinski of Acton Street, and Jonah John Flower, son of Dean Flower and the late Judith Flower of Northampton, Massachusetts were married on June 17, 2000 at the Habitat Education Center and Wildlife Sancturary in Belmont. The Rev. Dr. Eugene Widrick of the First Religious Society officiated. Elizabeth (Stickler) Boa, formerly of Indian Hill Road, was matron of honor. The groom's brother, Benjamin Flower, served as best man.

The bride is a graduate of Wellesley College and holds a master's degree in coastal geology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is currently a project geologist with URS in San Francisco. The groom is a graduate of the Berklee School of Music, and currently is a system administrator with Sun Microsystems in Menlo Park, California.

The couple presently resides in Mountain View and plans to return to New England this summer.


Rebecca Ann and Scott William Candee

Scott and Karen (Laskey) Candee of Redding, Connecticut are pleased to announce the birth of twins, a daughter, Rebecca Ann and a son, Scott William, Jr., on October 29 at Bridgeport Hospital.

Grandparents are John and Patricia Laskey of East Riding Drive and Harold and Shirley Candee of Easton, Connecticut.

Great grandparents are John and Ann Pisarcik of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Joseph Laskey of Largo, Florida and Angelina Manere of Westport, Connecticut.

Camaryn Lake Petersen

Chris and Cathie Petersen of Evergreen Lane are thrilled to announce the birth of their third daughter, Camaryn Lake, born December 26 at Emerson Hospital. Their older daughters are Caroline, 9, and Catie, 6.

Camaryn's grandparents are Bob and Gail Carkhuff of Cranberry Lake, New Jersey, and George Petersen of Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey. Great grandmother is Ann Carkhuff, Franklin Park, New Jersey.


Gertrude M. Bazzinotti

Gertrude M. (Forgue) Bazzinotti, 73, of Bedford Road, formerly of Roslindale, Massachusetts and Deltona, Florida died Wednesday, January 24, 2001. She was the beloved wife of Augustine Bazzinotti, devoted mother of Marie Fiedrich and her husband Joachim of Red Pine Drive and James Bazzinotti and his wife Pia of Townsend. She was the grandmother of Stephen Fiedrich, Mark Grissom of Memphis, Tennessee, Gina Quilici of Burlington, Vermont and Helena Dinger of Newport Beach, California, also many nieces,nephews, cousins and relatives.

Services and interment will be private

In lieu of flowers, donations to the Beth-Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Hematology/Oncology Unit, 330 Brookline Avenue, Boston, MA 02215 would be appreciated.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Joseph Dee & Son Funeral Service, Concord.


James A. Barron Former Carlisle Building and Plumbing Inspector

James A. Barron, 95, died peacefully in his sleep on Thursday, January 25, after a short illness. Jim had been a resident of Carlisle since February 1943 when he and his wife, Cecelia, moved into the house at 91 Westford Street. Jim and Cecelia (who died in 1995) were born in Cambridge and Dorchester respectively, and found enormous comfort in the solitude, beauty and sense of community that the town of Carlisle offered. They raised their family of five children here, and they were both active in the community. Back in the early years, Jim was involved in the town government. In the 1960s, Jim witnessed Carlisle's growth in his positions as building inspector and plumbing inspector, posts he held for nearly twenty years.

He was instrumental in the establishment of the first Catholic Church in Carlisle. In fact, the first service was held on the Barrons' lawn on July 7, 1946 with 99 men, women and children participating. The first parish was originally named St. Elizabeth's after Cecelia's mother, and was renamed St. Irene in the 1970s. Jim helped construct this first church by arranging for the purchase of a surplus U.S. Army depot for the price of $200 and thus a church was born. Jim was working on the construction of a Sears Roebuck project at the time and arranged for the donation of surplus lumber to the church to be used for the construction of the steeple.

Jim began his career as a licensed plumber in large-scale commercial construction in the 1920s after graduating from Wentworth Institute. He was a lifelong member of Local 12 Plumbers Union. He was proud to have had responsibility for the installation of complex plumbing systems in many of the landmark skyscrapers constructed in the city of Boston during the twentieth centurythe Prudential Tower, the Federal Reserve Bank, the State Street Bank. He always looked upon these structures as his buildings. He was highly respected in his field. One of his early apprentices recently said of him, "I learned lessons from him that I've used all my life ... and he was a good plumber."

In 1993 Jim received Carlisle's Most Honored Citizen Award at the Old Home celebrations.

Jim Barron will be remembered by all who knew him as a man of integrity, humor and kindness. He will always be lovingly remembered by his family: James and Patricia Barron of Tewksbury, Jonathan and Charline Barron of Harvard, Peter Barron of Chatham, New York, Mark Barron and Cheryl Pastorius of Maynard, Eleanor and Michael Gorman of Cumberland, Rhode Island, his seven grandchildren Caroline and Paul Sciaraffa of Cumberland, Rhode Island, Catherine and Greg Pitters of Portland, Oregon, Jake Barron of Greensboro, Vermont, Jennifer and James Barron of Tewksbury, Jessica and Rachael Barron of Harvard, and his great-grandson Levi Pitters of Portland, Oregon, as well as the many people whose lives he touched in his long life.

He was also the father of the late Joseph Paul Barron, who died in 1951.

Private services were held in St. Bernard's Cemetery, Concord, on Saturday, January 27. For those who wish, gifts in his memory may be sent to The Jimmy Fund, 1309 Beacon Street, Brookline, Massachusetts 02446. Arrangements were under the direction of the MacRae-Tunnicliffe Funeral Home, Concord.

· Theresa Huang of Bellows Hill Road, a seventh grade student at Carlisle Middle School, was a finalist in the recent New England String Ensemble (NESE) Youth Concerto Competition in which she performed the Haydn Violin Concerto in G major. Theresa studies violin privately with Maria Benottiand plays in the New England Conservatory Preparatory String Orchestra. In addition to playing violin she plays trumpet in her school band. Outside of music, Theresa is interested in computers and has her own web site.

· Jessica Haynes of Acton Street, a senior biology major at Regis College, has been named to the Dean's List for the fall semester.

· Alexander K. Tee of River Road, a sophomore at Colby College was named to the dean's list for the fall semester

· Uschi Schueller of Hartwell Road, an experienced master in Reiki energy healing and a certified hypnotherapist, will give talks at 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. at the Serenity Yoga and Wellness Center's open house on Sunday, February 4 at 18 North Road in Bedford next to Dalya's Restaurant. She will explain her unique blend of mind-body healing, and will offer 15-minute Reiki mini-sessions.

· Kylah McNeill of Munroe Hill Road, a sophomore at Georgetown University, was named to the Dean's List with Honors for the fall semester.

2001 The Carlisle Mosquito