Friday, February 28, 2003
Kay Arnold weds Stephen Gaffney
Margot Arnold of East Riding Drive and Thomas Arnold of Sudbury belatedly announce the marriage of their daughter Kay Arnold to Stephen Gaffney, son of Bernard and Mary Gaffney of Bronxville, New York.
The wedding ceremony and reception took place on November 16, 2002, at Tappan Hill in Tarrytown, New York. The ceremony was performed by the Reverend Ted Babcock of Christ Church Greenwich, and the bride was escorted down the aisle by both parents. The couple traveled to Aruba for their honeymoon.
The couple resides in Darien, Connecticut and are both employed by Octagon, a sports and entertainment marketing company in Stamford, Connecticut.
Richard and Lesley (Lineback) Shearer are delighted to announce the arrival of their first child, Teddy, born August 23, 2002 at New York University Hospital. The happy grandparents are Linda Lineback of Fern Lane and Kent Lineback of Cambridge, Massachusetts and Connie Shearer and the late Michael Shearer of Rye Brook New York. The Shearers are both graduates of Brown University and live in Scarsdale, New York.
Grace Elizabeth Sampson
Sarah and Wells Sampson of Acton Street joyfully announce the arrival of Grace Elizabeth Sampson, who joined the family on Febrary 12, 2003. Grace is getting plenty of loving attention from her two big sisters Annie and Lucy King, who are students in the fourth and fifth grades at the Carlisle Public School.
Grace Kathryn Corfield
Eric and Linda (Mosely) Corfield of Chelmsford are thrilled to announce the birth of their daughter, Grace Kathryn, born December 5, 2002 at Emerson Hospital. Proud grandparents are Miles and Phyllis (Mosely) Goff of Bedford Road and David and Eleanor Corfield of Edgartown, New York.
Thomas I. Guyer A family man who loved
flying, sailing and traps shooting
Thomas I. Guyer, 65, of Carlisle, formerly of Chelmsford and Springfield, died suddenly of an aneurysm on February 22 at Emerson Hospital in Concord. He was the husband of Beverly (Fuller) Guyer.
Born in Springfield on May 22, 1937, he was the son of the late C. Irving and Alice (Long) Guyer. He attended Springfield schools, St. Michael's College in Vermont and received a bachelor's degree from Springfield College.
In 1967, Captain Guyer began his long career as an airplane pilot for Northeast Airlines which later became Delta Airlines. He captained Boeing 767 airplanes on international routes. Following his retirement in 1997 from Delta, he spent several years flying corporate jets and was a volunteer for Angel Flight, a nonprofit organization that transports patients to medical facilities.
A Carlisle resident since 1981, he was a member and served on the board of governors of the Concord Rod and Gun Club. He was also an active member of the American Bonanza Society, the Aero Club of New England and the Quiet Birds. He enjoyed formation flying, sailing and trap shooting.
In addition to his wife, Beverly, he is survived by one son, Thomas I. Guyer, Jr. of Bolton; two daughters, Patricia L. Dubey of Westford and Jennifer G. Brown of Chelmsford;three grandchildren, Brian and Rachel Dubey, both of Westford, and Aine Guyer of Bolton; one sister, Patricia McCarthy of Fairfax Station, Virginia; two brothers, Martin Guyer of West Hartford, Connecticut and David Guyer of Springfield, and several nieces and nephews.
The funeral service was held on Wednesday, February 26, in the Carlisle Congregational Church. Officiating was the Rev. Keith Greer. Interment followed in Green Cemetery, Carlisle, where Rev. Greer read the committal prayers.
Contributions in his memory may be made to the Carlisle Congregational Church or to the charity of one's choice.
Arrangements were under the direction of the Joseph Dee & Son Funeral Service, Concord.
• What do hockey, good food, and juvenile diabetes have in common? Carlisle residents Nancy and Tony DiRomualdo, Cecile and Lee Sandwen, Peg Opolski, Michelle and Jon Sobin, and Laurie and Bill Diercks found out on February 9 when they attended the first annual CityFeast fundraiser for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).
Planned by restaurant owner Carla Gomes, whose own son has juvenile diabetes, the event featured a five-course dinner with wine at one of six North End restaurants - AnticoForno, Terramia, Artu's, Bricco, Lucca, and Sage. Defenseman Nick Boynton of the Boston Bruins, who has juvenile (Type I) diabetes, made the rounds and signed autographs for his many fans, including Christian DiRomualdo, age 11, and Mia Sobin, age 8, who suffer from the disease. Boynton also signed a Bruins jersey to be entered in the CEF/CSA Auction to support the Carlisle School. It was an excellent evening, and all proceeds will support the JDRF, the leading charity for Type I diabetes research.
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