The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, August 31, 2007


Maybelle A. Lamoreaux A longtime resident of Carlisle

Maybelle A. Lamoreaux, 83, of Carlisle died on Saturday, August 25, at the Concord Health Care Center.

Mrs. Lamoreaux was born in Concord on April 25, 1924, the daughter of the late Lionel and Wilhelmina (Snyer) Anthony. She was raised in Bedford and was a graduate of Lexington High School.

After her marriage to Richard S. Lamoreaux, she lived briefly in New Hampshire before moving to Carlisle where she was a resident for over 50 years.

Mrs. Lamoreaux was employed as a postal worker at the Carlisle Post Office and also worked as a bookkeeper for many years with the Knowles Oil Co. of Lincoln and Pepperell.

She will be remembered as a dedicated wife and wonderful mother, grandmother and great-grandmother.

Her husband died in August of 1988. Mrs. Lamoreaux is survived by her five children, Richard W. Lamoreaux of Upper Montclair, New Jersey, Carolyn L. Correnti of Roslindale, Evelyn G. Gorham of Sandwich, Massachusetts, Shirley E. McGonagle of Pepperell and Paul W. Lamoreaux of Carlisle, two brothers, Richard Anthony of Bedford and William Anthony of Ipswich, eight grandchildren and three great- grandchildren.

A graveside service was held on Tuesday, August 28, at Shawsheen Cemetery in Bedford. Rev. Jamie Howard, Pastor of the First Church of Christ Congregational, Bedford, officiated. Memorial contributions may be made to Friends of the Carlisle Council on Aging, P.O. Box 38, Carlisle, MA 01741 Arrangements were in the care of Bedford Funeral Home, Bedford.

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· Jocelyn DiFazio of Bedford Road won the Gold Medal at the SkillsUSA National Competition for Commercial Baking. She traveled to Kansas City, Missouri, with 14 other students from Minuteman Regional School, advised by her teacher Jannine Baker, a fellow Carlisle resident. She learned her baking skills from Norman Myerow, her baking instructor at Minuteman.

Throughout the eight-hour competition, she produced and displayed éclairs and cream puffs, French bread, pecan pie, blueberry muffins, cookies, cake decoration and Danish. The first place prize also includes a full-tuition scholarship to the New England Culinary Institute in Montpelier, Vermont, where DiFazio will be studying baking and pastry arts.

· Minuteman Regional High School has announced that the following students from Carlisle earned a place on the school's honor roll for the fourth quarter:

Tyler Manoukian of Westford Street — High Honors

Irene Karafotias of Page Brook Road — Honors

Nicholas Ritchie of Long Ridge Road — Honors

· Olivia Rose Vienneau of Acton Street, a freshman at Franklin & Marshall College, was named to the Dean's List for the spring semester.

·Roy Green and his wife Mary Green were recent winners in District 25 of the American
Roy Green (courtesty photo)
Contract Bridge Tournament. Roy will be teaching two bridge classes for the Council on Aging — beginning bridge and intermediate bridge — beginning in September.

· Lisa Davis Lewis of Autumn Lane will be competing in the 2007 International Triathlon World Championship slated for Hamburg, Germany on September 2. Davis Lewis qualified for a slot on the USA Triathlon Team at the National Age Group Championship, held in Portland, Oregon, in June. The 250 athletes on the USA team range in age from 16 to 91 and hail from 38 states across the nation. This year's team will join more than 2,500 athletes from more than 50 countries, competing for age group world titles in the intermediate distance triathlon (1.5km. swim, 40km. bike and 10km. run). For many of the athletes, competing in a world championship is the pinnacle of their triathlon season or even their sporting career.

· Devon Dray of Hutchins Road, a junior and an honor student at Lawrence Academy, was awarded the Thomas B. Warner Memorial Prize on graduation day, for demonstrating a remarkable determination to achieve his fullest potential in the classroom, on the field and in the extracurricular activities of the school.

· Victoria Santoro of West Street graduated from Wesleyan University in May. She earned a bachelor of arts degree with a dual major in government and French. While at Wesleyan, Santoro played on the varsity tennis team. She will attend Boston College Law School in the fall.

2007 The Carlisle Mosquito