The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, June 1, 2007


Glenn Fraser Callahan weds Renate Maria Stratmann

Glenn Fraser Callahan of Johnson, Vermont, formerly of Lowell Street in Carlisle, and son of Joanne and the late Alfred Callahan, formerly of Carlisle, and Renate Maria Stratmann of Duesseldorf, Germany, daughter of Edith and Bernhard Stratmann of Suderburg, Germany, were united in marriage on October 8, 2006, at their home in Johnson, Vermont. A reception followed at the Donomar Inn in Jeffersonville, Vermont, and the couple spent their honeymoon in Maria Alm, Austria.


Thomas Sibley Livens

Amy and Jay Livens of Nathan Lane are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Thomas Sibley, born on May 18. Thomas joins his brother, Edward "Teddy". Grandparents are Eileen and Clarke Thrasher of East Aurora, New York, Mary Ann Harris Livens of Lincoln and Mr. and Mrs. John H. Livens of Melvin Village, New Hampshire.

Liam Michael Daly

Michael Daly of Northborough (formerly of Carlisle) and Courtney (Lien) joyfully announce the birth of their son, Liam Michael Daly, born May 14. The proud grandparents are Karen (Daly) and Jon Rossi of Panama City Beach, Florida, and Jon and Peggy Lien of Northborough.


Everett Lapham

Everett Lapham a long-time Carlisle resident, most recently of Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, died Monday, May 21, at the age of 95. He was the husband of the late Amy Lapham. Born in 1911 in Carlisle, he was the son of Arthur and Emma Lapham. Mr. Lapham is survived by three children: Wayne of Virginia, Nancy of New Hampshire, Janice of Massachusetts, a sister Frances of New Hampshire and five grandchildren.

A more complete obituary will appear next week.

Our sympathy to...

Kevin Leboeuf at the Carlisle Post Office, on the death of his father, Armand Leboeuf, of Lowell.

Richman is president of Mass. Dental Society

Andrea Richman, DMD, a general dentist with an office in Carlisle Center, has been elected the first woman president of the Massachusetts Dental Society, a statewide professional association serving more than 4,500 member dentists.

"It is a great privilege to become the 144th president of the Massachusetts Dental Society, and indeed, its first woman president," Richman said. "In the last 30 years, I have noticed not only a dramatic increase in the number of women entering the dental profession, but also a steady increase in women entering leadership roles in organized dentistry. It is vital that women, especially new dentists, feel connected to this profession so they may contribute their ideas, expertise and talents."

· Jocelyn DiFazio of Bedford Road won the gold medal in the Skills USA state competition held recently in Marlborough. She competed in Culinary Arts/Baking at the post-secondary level, and will be representing both Minuteman Regional High School and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts at the national competition in Kansas City in June.

DiFazio is a student of the post-secondary culinary arts program at Minuteman Regional High School. She had to earn first place at the school and regional levels in order to attend the state competition.

(Photo by Cynthia Sorn)

Carlisle girls are state gymnastics champions

Julie Margolis

Angela DeBruzzi

Eighth grader Julie Margolis of Indian Hill and fifth grader Angela DeBruzzi of Autumn Lane were the top scorers in their respective age groups at the state gymnastics competition in Franklin on May 20. Margolis scored 37.00 in all-around Prep-Opt Intermediate and DeBruzzi scored 37.85 in all-around Prep-Opt Novice. They both compete for 360° Gymnastics in Shirley, Mass.

THE CARLISLE HOUSEWIFE DESPERADOS team ran in Boston's Run to Remember on May 27, a half-marathon in honor of police officers killed in the line of duty. All proceeds benefitted children at risk in Boston. Team members are (left to right) Patti Russo, Tiffany Rule, Victoria Richards, Casey Smith and Margaret Crouse Skelly. (Courtesy photo)

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