Friday, November 9, 2007
Memorial service Lewis E. French
A memorial service will be held for Lewis E. French at the Carlisle Congregational Church, School Street, Carlisle, on Saturday, November 17, at 11 a.m.
Mr. French, 85, of Lowell died on January 28, 2007, at the Heritage Manor in Lowell. He lived most of his life on River Road in Carlisle.
Mr. French was born in Melrose on April 6, 1921, the son of the late Edmund L. and Mary C. (MacDonald ) French. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II from 1943 to 1946 and was honorably discharged with a rank of Sergeant. He was retired from the Raytheon Corp.
Mr. French is survived by his brother, Hector, of Melrose and four nieces, Judy Troughton of Chelmsford; Susan Rizza of Winterport, Maine; Deborah Cyr of Portland, Maine and Nancy French of Concord, Massachusetts.
Interment was in Green Cemetery in Carlisle. Arrangements were in the care of Bedford Funeral Home.
Acadia Bryan Smack
Amy and Kent Smack of Red Pine Drive are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Acadia Bryan, born on October 27, at home. Acadia joins proud big sister, Madeleine, and is welcomed by grandparents, Dave and Carol Smack, of Barrington, New Hampshire, Brenda Wettergreen of Reading and Chuck Wettergreen of Haverhill.
Maddox Jackson Matyas
Kailah and Marc Matyas of New York City are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Maddox, born on October 11. It was on this same day four years ago that his parents celebrated their marriage in Carlisle and Concord. Proud grandparents are Nancy and Alyn Rovin of Tophet Road and Jean Gantel of New York City.
Kailah grew up in Carlisle and was a graduate of CCHS in 1992. The "Jack"in Maddox's middle name (Jackson) is in memory of Kailah's maternal grandfather.
ENGAGEMENT Boardman and Boehm to wed
Ellen and Paul Boehm of Concord happily announce the engagement of their daughter Adrienne to Andrew Boardman, the son of Barbara and David Boardman of Russell Street.
Adrienne and Andrew are both 2002 graduates of Concord-Carlisle Regional High School. Adrienne received a Bachelor of Science degree from the Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University in 2006. She is a Marketing Program Manager at EMC Corporation in Hopkinton and currently lives in Brookline. Andrew graduated from the University of Rochester in 2006 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Political Science. He is currently a second-year law student at the Emory University School of Law in Atlanta, Georgia. A June 2009 wedding is planned.
The photograph, Storm Watch (left) taken by Pam Ziehler of Acton Street, was one of several donated to the Emerson Hospital Oncology Department which was recently renovated and had no pictures on the wall. This photograph, one of her South Dakota Summer series that had been on display at the Gleason Public Library, was given in thanks for the care her son received to cure his cancer after three sessions of chemotherapy. "I felt it was the least I could do for taking care of my son, father, mother-in-law, father-in-law and two best friends, all who had some form of cancer," said Ziehler. She hopes that an anxious patient, waiting to be seen, will receive comfort in viewing her photographs.
· Last weekend, Meg Parson of Woodbine Road, age 13, placed first in her class at the U.S. Orienteering Championships in Triangle, Virginia. Based on her performance at that meet and other national events this year, Meg is now the top-ranked female orienteer in the U.S. in the 13- to 14-year-old age group."
· Boy Scout Troop 135 (below) thanks Richard Sibley for his expertise in teaching an Emergency Preparedness course. Sibley is a Carlisle fireman and Cub Scout leader. This course is an Eagle Scout requirement that teaches Scouts to be ready for modern-day emergency scenarios. The Emergency Preparedness BSA program is planned to foster the skills necessary to be of crucial service to families, communities and our nation.
© 2007 The Carlisle Mosquito