Friday, January 30, 2004
Peter Moles, 85, of Forest Park Drive passed away at the Walden Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Concord on January 16. He was born in New York City on October 4, 1918, and was the son of the late Michael and Teresa (Canuso) Moles. He was a retired plant manager.
He is survived by his wife Helga B. (Bentz van den Berg) Moles and also two daughters, Mildred Menzel and Laurie Skidmore, both of New York. He is also survived by five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on Long Island, New York and interment was at Nassau Knolls Cemetery in Port Washington, New York. Local arrangements were in the care of the Bedford Funeral Home in Bedford.
David Chester Lamb
David Chester Lamb was born January 7, 2004 in Mooresville, North Carolina to Sara and Kevin Lamb. David weighed 6 lb. 9 oz. His maternal grandparents are Susan and Don Emmons of Baldwin Road. His paternal grandparents are Joan and Don Lamb of Tierra Verde, Florida.
• Robert A. Skrivanek, Jr. of Davis Road has been named the newest partner of Lowrie, Lando and Anastasi, LLP (LL&A), an intellectual property law firm in Boston. He was previously an associate at Lowrie, Lando & Anastasi since joining the firm in June 2003. Skrivanek practices in the areas of computer system hardware and software, semiconductor devices, fabrication and process equipment, video compression and decompression, electronic and electromechanical circuits and systems, and medical devices.
• Thomas Bjornson, D.M.D., of Prospect Street has opened Concord-Carlisle Dental Associates at 290 Baker Avenue in Concord. He is welcoming new patients for general dentistry.
• Carolyn Berry Copp of Craigie Circle writes, "My stepson Jonathan Copp [who writes under the name of Jonathan Evans] grew up in Concord and Carlisle and graduated from CCHS in 1996. He is in the Army now and stationed outside of Washington D.C. Jon is a passionate and articulate guy who, in addition to flying helicopters, is quite a writer. Through the aligning stars (which always happens for Jon) he met an editor of the magazine US News and World Report and pitched him an article that he had written about his experience flying the honor guard to Dover Air Force Base to greet soldiers who were killed. This is a story that the press can't cover due to Army regulations.
Jonathan's article "Honoring the Fallen, Quietly" has just been published in this week's edition of US News and World Report [ 2/2/04 ] and is also available on line, www.usnews.com/usnews/issue/040202/usnews/2dover.htm.
Our sympathy to ...
Harry E. Risso and his wife Robin of Stoney Gate and William
Risso and his wife Nancy of Wolf Rock Road on the death of the Rissos'
mother Frances L. Risso, 89, formerly of Watertown, on January 23.
• Chiao Bin Huang of River Road, a Chinese dance teacher and
paper artist has been invited to perform at the Peabody Essex Museum
as part of Yo Yo Ma's Silk Road Project. In the January 25 family concert
Huang danced with Ma and displayed her traditional paper cutting craft
in the "Chinese Marketplace." The Silk Road Project, which
had its first performance on January 20, will have final performances
on January 31, noon until 4 p.m. For more information, see www.silkroadproject.org.
That was Michael Hassey of Fifty Acre Way who was selected as Citizens Bank's "Not Your Typical Celtics Fans" at the December 19 Boston Celtics game. He and Greg Gatti were pictured on the Friends and Neighbors page in last week's Mosquito. Unfortunately, Citizens Bank submitted the incorrect spelling of his name.
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