Friday, July 15, 2005
Anna P. Johnson
Mrs. Johnson was born in West Gore, Nova Scotia, on October 1, 1906, the daughter of the late Forrester and Alberta MacPhee. She began her career as a teacher and later was employed as a bookkeeper at Parke-Mathematical Laboratories.
Mrs. Johnson was a resident of Carlisle since the 1950s and a former resident of Arlington and Westford. She was an active member of the Carlisle Congregational Church and a member of the Bible Society.
She enjoyed the company of her neighbors, friends and co-workers and was active with the Carlisle Senior Citizens group. Mrs. Johnson was the wife of the late Alexander Johnson and sister of the late Gertrude Wilson, Anna's identical twin, Ruby Perry, Greta Houghton. Benjamin, Hope and Helen MacPhee.
Her memorial service was held at the Carlisle Congregational Church on Friday, July 8. Interment was in Green Cemetery in Carlisle. Arrangements are in the care of the Bedford Funeral Home.
Will J. Bangs
Will J. Bangs of Bingham Road passed away on Monday, July 4, at age 81.He was the husband of Judith (Lindahl) Bangs and the father of Marjorie E. Bangs of Belmont and Martha B. Haddad and her husband Steven of Newton, and the grandfather of Mathew, Philip, and Marjorie Haddad. A funeral service was held on July 8 at the Trinity Episcopal Church in Concord.
the Jaquith/Bergeron family of East Street on the death of their mother, Martha Jaquith, 73, on July 8 in Hyannis, Massachusetts. She was a loving grandmother to Chasidy Jaquith.
Ava Kennedy Brooke Wagner
Christopher Wagner and Jenny Kennedy-Wagner of Russell Street announce the birth of their daughter Ava Kennedy Brooke on June 27, 2005, at Emerson Hospital, Concord. Ava joins her brother Cole.
Megan Ann Fairbank
Gregory and Sherry Fairbank of Westford Street announce the birth of their daughter Megan Ann on June 29, 2005, at Emerson Hospital, Concord.
Pascal Simon Nuwayser
Sami and Christina Nuwayser-Anhorn of Berry Corner Lane announce the birth of their son Pacal Simon on June 30 at Emerson Hospital, Concord.
Nathan Scott Barnes
Scott and Debbie Barnes of Billerica are delighted to announce the birth of their son Nathan Scott, born on June 29 at Winchester Hospital. Nathan weighed 7 lbs., 14 oz. and was 20.5 inches long. He is welcomed home by his parents, big sister Emma, and big brother Craig.
Proud grandparents are Joseph and Patricia Shaw and Craig and Jeanette Barnes, all of Billerica. Scott is a police officer with the Carlisle Police Department.
Graduates and honors
• Christine Silea Gerson, daughter of Ronald Gerson of Carlisle, was named to the dean's list at Vanderbilt University.
• John B. Pauler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kvietkauskas of Judy Farm Road, was named to the honor list at Roanoke College.
• Maya Gupta of Ledgeways was recently named to the Dean's List for her freshman year at the University of Pennsylvania. The 2004 graduate of Concord Academy was also named a Benjamin Franklin Scholar.
• Jeremy Matthew Boardman '06, son of David and Barbara Boardman of Russell Street, has been named to the Dean's List at the University of Rochester for the spring semester.
• Andrew Robert Boardman '06, son of David and Barbara Boardman of Russell Street, has been named to Dean's List at the University of Rochester for the spring semester.
• Robert Matthias Clark '08, son of William and Linda Clark of Carlisle Pines Drive, has been named to the Dean's List at Wake Forest University for the spring semester.
• Three Carlise students earned academic honors at Lawrence Academy in Groton for the spring trimester. High honors were awarded to sophomore Priyanka Singhal, daughter of Anna and Aoil Singhal of Kimball Road. Honors went to senior Xanna D'Agostino, daughter of Mary and Richrd D'Agostino of North Road, and ninth-grader Devon Dray, son of Denise and Walter Dray of Hutchins Road.
• Katrina Puffer '09, daughter of Richard and Christine Puffer of Rutland Street, received the Middle School Science Award at Brimmer and May School in Chestnut Hill.
• Minuteman Regional High School has named three Carlisle students
to its fourth quarter academic honor roll. Nicholas Ritchie,
son of John and Perri Ritchie of Long Ridge Road and Reed Lockwood,
son of Tom and Lee Lockwood of Lowell Street earned high honors. Brendon
Smith, son of Dana and Angela Smith of Martin Street earned
Tennis players honored
Mark Berajawala of Kimball Road and Michael Lee of Virginia Farme have been named number one ranked players in the boys' 18-and-under doubles division for 2004 by USA Tennis New England and the United States Tennis Association. Recognition of the boys' accomplishment took place on July 5 at Centre Court at the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island.
• At the Annual Meeting of Minute Man Arc held on June 20, David Watson was re-elected as Chairman of the Board of Directors. David lives in Carlisle with his wife and family and is a partner with Nutter, McClennen & Fish in Boston, where he has worked for the past 28 years. As chairman of the Board of Directors of Minute Man Arc, David has seen the Agency through a very exciting year of expansion in all of its program areas, culminating in the development of the new Baker Avenue Extension Program Center which houses the Agency's Adult and Family Services programs and the renovation of its Carter Center in Concord to house a new Early Intervention Program space.
Former Conscom Commissioner Eric Jensen died on September 10, 2001 and not in 1999 as reported.
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