The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, January 12, 2007


Mercedes Domínguez Calvo to wed Brendan David McAndrew

Laurentino Domínguez Pablos and Mercedes Calvo García of Zamora, Spain, and Susan and Thomas McAndrew of Nickles Lane are pleased to announce the engagement of their children, Mercedes Domínguez Calvo and Brendan David McAndrew.Mercedes is a 2001 graduate of Universidad Pontificia Comillas in Madrid.She is a thermal analysis engineer for Oerlikon Components in Zurich, Switzerland, a contractor to the European Space Agency.Brendan is a 2000 graduate of Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.He is the site technical lead at the Zurich office of Smarts Systems, Ltd., for market surveillance and monitoring at the Swiss Stock Exchange.

The wedding is planned for July 21 in Zamora.


Carol A. Lencki Member of St. Irene Church

Carol A. Lencki, 56, of Judy Farm Road, died at Emerson Hospital in Concord on January 5. She was born in Woburn on June 13, 1950, and was the daughter of the late Frederick A. and Andrea (Huckins) Cramphorn. Mrs. Lencki was a graduate of Woburn High School, class of 1967 and was employed for many years in the computer field. She had lived in Carlisle since 1992 and was a parishioner at St. Irene Catholic Church.

Mrs. Lencki is survived by her son, Thomas J. Lencki, Jr. and his wife Stacy of New Hampshire; her daughter Amy and her husband James Hillman of Chelmsford; her stepmother Elinor Cramphorn of Woburn; former husband Thomas of Lawrence; her companion, Larry Moschini and his children, Chris, Tim and Becky Moschini; two brothers, Scott Cramphorn of Woburn and Ian Cramphorn; four sisters, Janet Duarte of Tyngsborough, Holly Ippolito of Wilmington, Deborah Wheeler of Ohio and Susan Scaduto of Londonderry, New Hampshire, and two grandsons, Layne Lencki-Barlow and Devin Lencki.

Her funeral was held at the Bedford Funeral Home. Interment was in Woodbrook Cemetery in Woburn. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 30 Speen Street, Framingham, MA 01701.

Inga MacRae

Inga (Larsen) MacRae, age 93, a long-time Carlisle resident formerly of South Street, passed away Friday, January 5, at Sunrise Assisted Living in Burlington. She was the wife of the late Sidney G. MacRae.

A private graveside family service was held at Green Cemetery, Carlisle.A public memorial service will be on Saturday, January 20, at 2 p.m. in the Activity Room at Sunrise Assisted Living Community, 24 Mall Road Burlington.

A complete obituary will appear in the Mosquito next week.


Isaac Webster Harte

Jenna Webster and Tim Harte of Unionville, Pennsylvania, are pleased to announce the birth of their son Isaac, born December 27 at the Bryn Mawr Hospital in Bryn Mawr, Penn. Proud grandparents are Ken and Marilyn Harte of Estabrook Road and Del and Sue Webster of Vinalhaven, Maine.

• Carlisle's Tracy McArdle, author of Confessions of a Nervous Shiksa, will be reading from her latest book, Real Women Eat Beef, at the Concord Bookshop on Sunday, January 28, at 3 p.m. Real Women Eat Beef, a novel set in a rural community outside Boston, is available in bookstores now.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY. Ruth Waywell of Church Street celebrates her 99th birthday on December 24. Front row, left to right, are Linda Ciccone, Waywell, Phyllis Hughes and Susan Evans. Back row, left to right, are Annmarie MacKinnon, Alexander Ciccone, party organizer Buddy Davis, Marian MacPherson and Morgan Evans. Waywell is the oldest resident in Carlisle. She has lived in Carlisle for about seven years. During World War II she worked at a company located near LaGuardia Airport in New York that made floats for airplanes. While working there she learned many skills including riveting. Once she went to LaGuardia and riveted a float onto the plane of Commander Eddie Rickenbacker, a famous WWI and WWII pilot. (Photo by Ellen Huber)


A VISIT FROM THE CARDINAL. Cardinal Sean O'Malley (left) and Father Thomas Donahoe, pastor of St. Irene Church, enjoy lunch in the parish hall following the 11 o'clock Mass at St. Irene last Sunday where O'Malley was principle celebrant. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

2007 The Carlisle Mosquito