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DEATH
Edmund F. Arruda, Sr.
Nov 09, 2022

Edmund F. Arruda, Sr., 96, passed away November 9, 2022 at Sippican Healthcare Center. He lived most of his life in Rochester and was a communicant of St. Rose of Lima Church.
He was predeceased by his wife, Madeline Daly Arruda; his parents Octavio and Emily; a brother, Alvaro and a sister, Palmeda Daggett.
Survivors include two daughters; Sandra Kamins and her companion Bob Shaughnessey of Clinton, MA and Deborah Norris and her husband Jeff of Naples, FL; a son, Edmund F. Arruda, Jr. and his wife Jeanne of Rochester; six grandchildren, Heather Kamins and her husband Dimitri Labarge, Andrea Kamins, Kyle Nurzyk and his wife Emily, Lindsay Norris and her husband Ethan Smith, Ryan Briggs and his wife Shauna, and Alex Arruda; and several nieces and nephews.
Eddie will be missed by his family and also by the many birds, cats and wild animals he fed.
His funeral service will be held Thursday, November 17th at 10 am at the Saunders-Dwyer Mattapoisett Home for Funerals, 50 County Rd. (Rt. 6) Mattapoisett. Burial will follow at Center Cemetery. Visiting hours will be on Wednesday, November 16th from 5-8 pm. The family is grateful for flowers or donations made in his name to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital. For directions and guestbook, visit www.saundersdwyer.com.

DEATH
Elizabeth C. Walker
Nov 07, 2022

Elizabeth C. Walker of Marion died peacefully Monday, November 7th at South Shore Hospital in Weymouth. She was the daughter of the late Henrique and Mary (Britte) Fernandes and ex-wife of the late Randolph Harvey Walker of Durham, NC.
Betty was born in Marion at her family home. She graduated from Wareham High School and from Kinyon-Campbell School in New Bedford.
Mrs. Walker lived in Boston, New York City, Washington DC and Durham, NC before returning to live in Wareham and Marion. She worked at the Wareham Visiting Nurse's Office for many years where she met her good friend the late Janet Konavis Tassinari. Betty worked at Otis Air Force Base, first as a Top Security Clearance Communication's Specialist and then in Payroll where she worked until retirement in 1989.
Elizabeth loved her family and became a valued caregiver to her aging parents and young grandchildren where she passed on her values of higher education and a steadfast work ethic. She was giving and caring to all she touched.
She was an avid golfer and played often with her brothers and sisters especially at the annual Family Golf Tournament. An enthusiastic football and basketball fan, watching any sporting event with her was a joy as she cheered, "Go get'um!" to her favorite team be it the Wareham Tigers, high school, college, or professional sports. She was quite the athlete herself playing defense on her high school basketball team, playing softball with her family and friends and a member of a bowling league showcasing her unique follow through but successful style.
Her love of water and swimming had her visiting "Portagee" Beach and Hathaway's Pond each summer with her children. That loved turned into a love of water aerobics and exercise walking as time passed.
A dedicated thrifter, she was a Penny Pincher Store enthusiast and would share her bargains to all who would listen! Betty enjoyed watercolor painting and was a fantastic cook. She was famous for her fried chicken and meatloaf recipe. She shared that skill at the Fernandes-Pina family reunions at Washburn Park in Marion until they ended.
Betty was very dedicated and thankful to the Lord for protection and blessings. She was a communicant of St. Rita's Catholic Church in Marion
Elizabeth was pre-deceased by her brothers, John Teixeira, Hank Fernandes, Jr., Manuel Fernandes; and her sisters Flora Pina, Jean Barbour and Nancy Concholar. Survivors include her sister, Julie Gomes and her husband Tony of Wareham; her brother, Steven Fernandes and his wife Mary of Bourne; her son, Mark Walker and his wife Natasha of Milton; her daughter, Monique Walker Brown and her husband Troy of Wake Forest, NC.; her grandchildren Marcus Walker and his wife Karen of South Gate, CA, Cori Walker and his wife Lupe of Lynwood, CA, Myles Brown of Washington, DC, Imani Walker of Jamaica Plain and Nia Brown of Brooklyn, NY, and many nieces, nephews, and great-grandchildren.
Relatives and friends are invited to visit on Saturday, November 19, 2022 at Chapman Funerals & Cremations - Wareham, 2599 Cranberry Hwy. (Rt. 28), Wareham from 9 to 11 am followed by a funeral service at 11 am. Burial will follow in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Wareham.
In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be made to the Alzheimer's Association Tribute Research Fund at act.alz.org or by mail at: 225 N. Michigan Ave, Fl 17, Chicago, IL 60601.

DEATH
Douglas E. Macomber
Nov 07, 2022

Douglas E. Macomber, 71, of Harwich passed away unexpectedly at his home on November 7, 2022, due to complications from an illness. He was the son of the late Elliot and Grace Macomber of Marion.
Doug was an Emmy-award winning cameraman in the Investigative Reporting Division of WBZ Boston. His love for photography and art of all kinds followed him throughout his life. He held great appreciation for the beauty of nature and wildlife and capturing local scenery through photography. In his later life, Doug thoroughly enjoyed working at local farmers markets and engaging in intriguing conversations with his many Uber riders. Anyone who was lucky enough to know Doug appreciated his kindness, humor, and unwavering loyalty to his friends and family.
Doug is survived by his siblings, Beth Simmons of Fairhaven, Leslie Macomber of Marion, Christine Macomber and her partner Fred Klein of Mattapoisett, Steven Macomber and his wife Becky of Marion, Lisa Macomber and her husband John Malkoski of Seattle, WA; many nieces and nephews; several grand nieces and nephews; as well as many beloved friends whom he considered family.
A celebration of his life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Doug's name to the Human Rights Campaign.org.

DEATH
Claire Ann "Cookie" Audette
Nov 04, 2022

Claire Ann "Cookie" Audette, 76, of Fairhaven died November 4, 2022 at home after a long courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by her family.
Born in Acushnet, daughter of the late Ulric O. Audette and Doris (Lelievre) Medeiros, she lived in Fairhaven all of her life.
She was formerly employed as a cashier at Shaw's Supermarket in Fairhaven for many years until her retirement.
She enjoyed the company of her cat Victoria.
Her family would like to thank her cousin Alice and her husband Roger and her niece Natalie and her husband Steve for bringing her to doctors appointments in Boston.
Survivors include her son, Robert Pombo and his fiancee JoAnn Tavares of Fairhaven; 2 daughters, Susan Foley and Sandra Medeiros, both of Fairhaven; 2 sisters, Diane Mareiro of Rochester and Jackie Hinkley of Fairhaven; 4 grandchildren, Brooke, Lauren, Bobby and Brayton; 5 great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
She was the sister of the late Robert Audette.
Her family will receive guests on Saturday, November 19th from 9-10 am followed by her Funeral Service at 10 am in the Saunders-Dwyer Mattapoisett Home for Funerals, 50 County Road, Route 6, Mattapoisett. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be made to the American Cancer Society. For directions and online condolence book, please visit www.saundersdwyer.com.

DEATH
Susan J. Schwager
Nov 01, 2022

Susan J. Schwager of Marion, Mass and St. Augustine, FL passed away peacefully on November 1, 2022. Susan leaves her husband and best friend for 50 years Stephen Carnazza, sons Kyle of Marion and Nicholas of Rochester. She was pre-deceased by her only sibling Linda Hettel.
Born to Herman 'Bud' Schwager and Alene Clayberg, in Auburn, Mass. Growing up in a household where frugality was the norm and became standard practice in her own Schwager/Carnazza house. Suzie was one of the pioneers of Reduce, Reuse and Recycle, always enjoying the challenge.
Susan graduated from Auburn High 1970, New England College 1973. Started her professional career with The State of Massachusetts Social Services as the Assistant Director of Training. She became the Director of the Marion Council on Aging, expanding the limited services to the present day Senior Center. Retiring in 2015 to enjoy life and traveling.
Susan loved the outdoors, from tending to her flower and vegetable gardens, walking many trails and beaches with her friends to sunset sails on SUE SEA. Her love for travel, took her to many countries from New Zealand to Scotland. Throughout the US, visiting the many National Parks. One of her favorite trips was rafting the Colorado River with her family and friends.
Susan was an avid tennis player, very proficient at hitting the ball where her opponents were not. Who coined the phrase "You've been Schwagered". She was the Tennis Coach at Bishop Stang HS, member of the Sippican Tennis Club, Marion Indoor Club, Marsh Creek Tennis Club. She played USTA Team Competition and on many southcoast travel teams.
Susan was very active in Marion, a board member of VASE, Coastline Elderly, Life Stream Independent Living, Marion Cultural Council and was a Trustee of the Elizabeth Tabor Library. For over 20 years, with her two friends, organized the donated books for the Annual Library Book Sale. Raising thousands of dollars annually and suppling a steady stream of books for Susie to read. She was named Woman of the Year by The New Bedford Standard Times.
In addition to husband and sons, she is survived by her brother and sister in-laws Jim and Cory Carnazza of Edgartown and many nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the Marion Council on Aging's Emergency Fund.
There will a Celebration of Life Service on November 20 @ 12 pm at the Tabor's Wickenden Chapel Spring St. Marion, followed by a Friendship gathering at the Marion COA Hall.

DEATH
Josephine S. "Joan" Anderson
Oct 30, 2022

Josephine S. "Joan" Anderson, 100, of Rochester died peaceably on October 30, 2022. She was born in Lowell, daughter of the late Stanislaw and Antonina (Radziwilowicz) Pomarnacki.
Joan's life was shaped by multiple challenges- growing up during the depression, coming of age during World War II, and soon thereafter, becoming a single mother raising two small children. Soon after graduating high school as valedictorian, she courageously left her sheltered life on a small farm In Billerica MA and traveled to Washington DC to work for the Navy in support of the war effort, eventually meeting and marrying Earl Anderson, a Lieutenant in the Marines.
After her divorce, she had an extensive career in the Civil Service. Striving to support herself and her two young sons, she moved around the country when better job opportunities arose, building a career that culminated as a public relations specialist for the US Army Corps of Engineers, from which she retired.
She was noted for her tenacity, attention to detail, and willingness to work and fight for what she needed and believed in. She wanted the best for herself and those she loved, and dedicated her life to that simple pursuit. She gave generously to a host of charities for Native Americans and the handicapped, as well as her church. She loved watching Dancing with the Stars, The Bachelor, the Patriots, and countless cooking shows, and cheered for Tiger Woods even after his transgressions. She loved dancing herself, having been a ballroom dancer in her youth, and even had "dancinlady" as her email address. But first and foremost, she was a devout Christian Scientist, to which she attributed her exceptional health and longevity and which gave her a positive approach to life that was evident in all of her actions and interactions. As one relative commented recently. "Without doubt, Joan is now embraced by divine love."
Joan was a caring mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend and will be missed by many. She is survived by her son Donald (Don) Anderson and wife Kathleen (Kay) Hudock, and daughter in-laws Andi Amdahl and Sherry Roodhouse Black. She has five grandchildren who loved her dearly: Brian Anderson, and wife Abigail Anderson, Eric Anderson and his partner Jessica Geisinger, Lauren Anderson, Erin Anderson and his wife Tyler Jo, and Sarah Rose and her husband Tim Rose. Joan adored her six great grandchildren, Henry Anderson, Emma Anderson, Griffin Anderson, Drake Woodell, Devon Woodell, and Audrey Criscuola. She had several nieces and nephews. She is pre-deceased by her son Cloud Anderson and is sister of the late Edward Pomarnacki, Mikel Brown, Ann Bishop and Janice Souza.
Her private arrangements are with the Saunders-Dwyer Mattapoisett Home for Funerals, 50 County Rd., Mattapoisett. For online guestbook, visit www.saundersdwyer.com.

DEATH
Mario "Nuchi" Gaetano Gallo
Oct 28, 2022

Mario "Nuchi" Gaetano Gallo, 90 of Delray Beach Florida passed away on Friday, October 28, 2022 at Delray Medical Center, Delray Beach Florida. Mario was the son of the late Dante John and Marianna (Gentile) Gallo.
Mario graduated from Enfield Highschool in Enfield, CT where he played football in the Class M State Football Championships.
Mario was an Airman First Class in the United States Airforce and was Honorably Discharged after serving in the Korean War. He retired after 30 years of service at Otis Air Force Base in Bourne, MA at the age of 50 years old. He retired from his position as Assistant Fire Chief at the base in the fire department.
Mario got his Real Estate license when he was 42 years old and continued as a Real Estate Broker after his retirement from the government. He sold houses in the New Bedford MA and Sarasota FL regions. Mario also worked as an insurance appraiser until the age of 65.
At the age of 40 Mario learned how to play golf. To say the least he became obsessed with playing and winning it. He continued to play the game he loved with his friend Tom Homer just days before his passing.
Mario was a member of the American Legion in Delray Beach FL.
Mario is survived by his daughters Donna L. Fortin (Edward) of Fairhaven MA and Doreen M. Besso (Donald) of East Wareham MA. Mario is also survived by his sister Marie (Gallo) Levins and sister-in-law Patricia (Nary) Gallo both of Enfield CT. As well as his beloved grandchildren Elizabeth Besso (Alexander Scanlon), Melanie Fortin, Jordan Besso, and Tyler Besso. And several nieces and nephews. Mario is predeceased by his son Richard Gallo, his sister Rose Hobbs, and his brother Vincenzo "Jim" Gallo.
Mr. Gallo enjoyed spending time with several lady friends throughout the years. Including his ex wife Janet (Calnan) Gallo of 32 years of marriage and his ex-partner Peggy Correia. Mario's outgoing personality and "tell it how it is" approach will be sorely missed.
A Memorial Catholic Mass will be planned for a later date in Enfield CT.
In lieu of flowers please donate to Saint Jude's Children's Research Hospital or Wounded Warriors Foundation.

DEATH
Doris (Barrett) Boucher
Oct 27, 2022

Doris (Barrett) Boucher, age 98, of Rochester, Massachusetts passed away on Thursday, October 27, 2022 in Middleboro, MA. She was the wife of the late Hormidas R. Boucher.
She was born to Samuel C. and Laura (Duchaine) Barrett on November 12, 1923, in Fairhaven, MA and was a proud 1942 Honor Graduate of Fairhaven High School and of Kinyon-Campbell's Secretarial Program in New Bedford.
Doris worked in various clerical positions, most notably for New Bedford Attorney George H. Young, and in the Trust Department at The Shawmut Bank from where she retired at the age of 65. At age 62, she was elected Treasurer for the Town of Rochester, a position that she held for 10 years.
Doris was an active participant and volunteer in her communities. In earlier years in New Bedford, she was a Girl Scout leader, past President of the Bristol County Legal Secretaries Association and an active member of the National Association of Legal Secretaries. Later in life, she served on the board of directors for the Rochester Council on Aging (COA) and was involved with the Rochester Friends of the COA. Doris was elected Treasurer and served as State Commander for the State of Massachusetts Wives of U.S. Submarine Vets of WWII. She was an active member of her parish, St. Rose of Lima in Rochester.
Doris was happiest when surrounded by family and friends. Famous for her big Sunday dinners, always ready to feed a crowd whether she knew anyone was coming or not. She loved square dancing, ballroom dancing, flower gardening, sewing, crafts, cooking and travel. A proficient seamstress, Doris made most of her clothing growing up including her own beautiful wedding dress. She made matching square-dancing outfits for her & Butch, matching outfits for her girls and Halloween costumes for her children and grandchildren.
Doris was a caring wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt and friend. All who knew her, loved her. She leaves behind her children, Dorine Westgate, Ronald Boucher and his wife Lucille, Sharon McDuffy-Garbetti and her husband Paul and Susan Daniel and her husband Roy.
She leaves her 11 grandchildren, Laurie Hesketh and her husband Scott Wybranski, Lynelle Smith and her husband Michael, Keith Boucher and his fiancee Danielle Knierim, Danielle Baldwin and her husband Chris, Christopher Savary and his wife Wendy, Daniel Savary and his wife April Lima, Jennifer Jensen, Jarred Boucher and his wife Ashley, Sarah Coucci and her husband Jake, Matthew Daniel and Sean Daniel.
She leaves her 19 Great Grandchildren including Patrick Hesketh and his wife Yara; Justin, Evan and Kyle Smith; Nathan, Michael and Alyssa Baldwin; Brooke, Kayla, Brandon, and Jason Boucher; Christopher Savary; Devon Savary; Aleksandra Jensen; Annabelle and Sebastian Boucher; Molly, Maeve and William Coucci.
She was pre-deceased by her loving husband of 71 years, Hormidas "Butch" Boucher, her son, Paul Boucher, her parents, all her siblings (6 brothers: Edward, George, Roland, Leo, Samuel, and Wilfred Barrett and 2 sisters, Claire Cormier and Pearl Racine).
Her Funeral will be held on Wednesday, November 2, 2022 at 10:30 a.m. from the Waring-Sullivan Home at Fairlawn, 180 Washington St., Fairhaven followed by a Funeral Mass at 12 p.m. in St. Rose of Lima Church, 282 Vaughan Hill Rd., Rochester. Burial is private. Visiting hours Tuesday 5-8 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Alzheimer's Association, MA Chapter, 309 Waverly Oaks Rd., Waltham, MA 02452 or www.alz.org.

DEATH
M. Alice (Surette) Lapointe
Oct 25, 2022

M. Alice (Surette) Lapointe, 97, of Mattapoisett died peacefully October 25, 2022 at Sippican Health Care Center surrounded by her family.
She was the wife of the late H. Raymond Lapointe.
Born in Fall River, the daughter of the late Marcel and Marie Catherine (Bernier) Surette, she lived in New Bedford for many years before moving to Mattapoisett in 2008.
Mrs. Lapointe was a communicant of St. Anthony's Church in Mattapoisett.
She was formerly employed as a stitcher in several local textile mills for many years until her retirement.
Mrs. Lapointe enjoyed family, bowling, dancing and going to casinos.
Survivors include 3 daughters, Vivian Beaudry and her husband Bill of Dartmouth, Janet Fontaine and her husband Robert of Westport and Diane Lapointe of Mattapoisett; 6 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.
She was the sister of the late Elphege "Al" Surette, Joseph Surette and Doris Haire.
Her visiting hour will be held on Friday, October 28th from 9:30 - 10:30 am in the Saunders-Dwyer Mattapoisett Home For Funerals, 50 County Rd. (Rt. 6) Mattapoisett followed by her Funeral Mass at St. Anthony's Church at 11 am. Burial will follow in Pine Grove Cemetery. For directions and guestbook, please visit www.saundersdwyer.com.

DEATH
Mary T. (Platt) Cunha "Maria"
Oct 25, 2022

Mary T. (Platt) Cunha "Maria", died suddenly on October 25, 2022, at St. Anne's Hospital in Fall River, MA.
Survivors include her 3 children, Michelle Gordon, Lynda Schneider, and John Platt.
No services are scheduled.
Memorial Contributions can be sent to the First Congregational Church of Wareham, 11 Gibbs Avenue, Wareham, MA 02571.

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