Friday, April 19, 2002
Lawrence Edward Tee Former minister of the Carlisle Congregational Church
Lawrence Edward Tee died on March 7 at Summerville Assisted Living in Port Orange, Florida. Born in Sheringham, England, on February 15, 1915, he and his mother came to the United States shortly before his father's death in World War I. He grew up in Woburn, graduated from Gordon College in 1940 and entered the Andover Newton Theological School. After graduating in 1945, he enlisted in the U. S. Army serving in Germany and Austria during World War II.
His adult life was spent in service to various churches and communities in both New England and Florida. Dr. Tee served Carlisle Congregational Church before entering the service and returned to Carlisle after leaving the Army. It was here that Anna Johnson taught him the appropriate length for a good sermon. It was a valuable lesson that served him well throughout his years in the ministry.
Dr. Tee was retired from the Edgewater Union Church in Edgewater, Florida. He was active in volunteer work at Bert Fish Memorial Hospital and chaplain and friend to the Edgewater Police Department.
He is survived by five daughters, Alice Daisy of Concord, Massachusetts; Beth Mitchell of Winter Springs, Florida; Alberta DeSantis of Windsor, Connecticut; Virginia Tee of Jupiter, Florida; and Rebekah Tee of Houston, Texas; eight grandchildren and one great-grandson.
Thomas Howe Meehan and Donovan James Meehan
Kurt and Jackie Meehan of Concord, just over the line on Lowell Road, joyfully announce the arrival of Thomas Howe Meehan and Donovan James Meehan on April 3, 2002 at Brigham and Women's Hospital. Proud grandparents are Alice (Donovan) Walsh of Arlington and Betty (Howe) and Harold Meehan of Autumn Lane. Thomas and Donovan are welcomed home by big brother, William, age 2.
Ella Hadley Corbett
Matthew and Jennifer Corbett of Sunset Road are thrilled to announce the birth of their daughter, Ella Hadley, on February 7. The proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Corbett of London, England, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reynolds of Huron, Ohio.
Tyler Brandon Small
Leon and Michelle Small of Autumn Lane are pleased to announce the
birth of their son, Tyler Brandon, born April 11 at Emerson Hospital.
Marathon results for Carlisle runners
The above times are "official times" (from start of race
to crossing the finish line). "Chip times" (from crossing
the starting line to crossing the finish line) are a few seconds to
15 minutes less.
Karen Ringheiser of Garnet Rock Lane ran her first Marathon on Monday. Her unofficial time was 3:55. She belongs to the Concord Runners Club along with John Forelli.
Carlisle fencers win silver and gold
Prise de Fer Fencing Club was winner of ten gold medals at the New England Division Youth/Cadet Championships in Warren, Rhode Island this past weekend. Five fencers were from Carlisle. Erica Pernice, Judy Farm Road, won the Youth 10 and Youth 12 Girls Sabre. Eva Jellison, Judy Farm Road, won the Youth 14 and took Silver in under-16 Girls Sabre. Amanda Peterson, Indian Hill, took Silver in Youth 12 and fourth in Youth 14 Girl's Epee and fifth in Youth 12 Foil. Cameron Reid, Carleton Road, was fourth in the Youth 10 Epee and Youth 10 Foil. This was Reid's first fencing tournament. Thomas Abend, Rodgers Road, took fourth in the Youth 14 Boy's Sabre and seventh in the under-16 Men's Sabre event. So far this year, Prise de Fer Fencing Club has 14 division champions in different age groups and events.
Prise de Fer Fencing Club is coached by David Blake, Ariana Klinkov of Bedford Road and Gamal Mahmoud of Quincy. For complete Prise de Fer Fencing Club results, go to http://www.PrisedeFer.com.
· Ashley Khederian, age 16, of Pheasant Hill Lane, qualified for the U.S. Gymnastic Junior Olympic National Championships to be held in Landover, Maryland, May 3-5. She placed seventh in the all-around Senior A age division to capture a spot to represent Region 6 at this prestigious national event. Khederian will be competing against 56 of the best gymnasts in the nation. She is a member of the Level 10 team at Walker's Gymnastics and Dance in Lowell and is coached by Jessica Wilkey and Howie Shear.
Top Scout cookie sellers recognized
Girl Scouts Jennifer Perugini, a fourth grader and Kelsey Bjornson, a first grader, sold the most Girl Scout cookies in Carlisle this year. The theme of this year's sale was "Go there! There's nothing a Girl Scout can't do if she puts her mind to it."
Patriots Day roundup
Patriots Day started out cool and wet but then improved to cloudy but comfortable. Despite the somewhat gloomy start, more than 100 residents of Carlisle and neighboring towns joined the Carlisle Minutemen on their march to the North Bridge. At the conclusion of the march, in keeping with the Carlisle Minutemen tradition, 128 trail walk medals were handed out. Marchers also had the option to put their names in a hat to win a framed drawing. The Hoffman family of Autumn Lane were the lucky winners of the framed pen and ink drawing of the Carlisle Minutemen marching through Estabrook woods, drawn and donated by Phyllis Hughes.
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