Obituaries 7.22.20

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William J. Torrisi

 

William J. “Bill” Torrisi, 95, of Barton gained his wings and joined his Lord and Savior when he died on Thursday, July 16, 2020.

He was born on August 22, 1924, to Andrea and Anna (Marzullo) Torrisi in the Prospect Hill section of Lawrence, Massachusetts.

In 1964 he married the love of his life Bertha Rebecca Baker.  They made their home in Derry, New Hampshire.  They enjoyed traveling by car through many of the states in the USA.

William was employed by the Internal Revenue Service for 20 years, and that is where he retired.  He served as a recruiter for the Derry, NH, Chapter AARP.

William was an avid fisherman.  He was a loyal fan of Pinkerton Academy Astros basketball team, where he received recognition with an attendance award.  He loved his U Conn Ladies Huskies basketball team, New England Patriots, and Red Sox.  He played the baritone bugle in Saint Anne’s Drum and Bugle Corp.

He was predeceased by his parents, Andrea and Anna; his wife, Bertha; his sisters and their spouses:  Venera and Angelo Verdi, Catherine and Joseph Parisi, and Elvira and Raymond Verdi; his brothers and their spouses: Rosario and Veronica Torrisi and Paul and Phyllis Torrisi; and his son-in-law George Hurst.

He is survived by his stepdaughters Phoebe English and her spouse, John, and Else Hurst; his many nieces, nephews, and grandchildren; and his dear friends Anthony and Donna (Brown) Perry, Diane Griffin, Bob and Linda Royce, Sam and Sonja Reiner, and Dick and Pat MacNichols.

He will be deeply missed, but will live on in his loved ones’ hearts forever.

Family and friends may call at Peabody Funeral Home at 15 Birch Street in Derry, New Hampshire, on Thursday, July 23, from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m.

A celebration Mass will take place at Saint Thomas Aquinas Church at 26 Crystal Avenue in Derry, New Hampshire, on Thursday, July 23, at 11 a.m.  Interment will follow at Saint Mary’s Immaculate Conception Cemetery at 29 Baker Street in Lawrence, Massachusetts.

 

Thomas C. Schrock

Thomas C. Schrock, 63, of Westfield died on Saturday, July 5, 2020, in Newport.

He was born on September 25, 1956, in Somerset County, Pennsylvania, to Carl and Nancy (Cullen) Schrock.

On November 12, 2000, he married Belinda Shaffer who survives him.

Thomas was a self-employed landscaper during the summer months and owner of Border Ski Rental in North Troy during the winter.  He was also the zoning administrator for the town of Westfield.  He enjoyed mountain biking, snowboarding, hiking, and kayaking. Being outdoors was where he was happy.  He also enjoyed spending time with his wife and dog.

He is survived by his wife, Belinda Schrock, of Westfield; his father, Carl Schrock, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; his three daughters; his six grandchildren; his one great-grandson; his sister Sandy Bondy of Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania; his numerous nieces, nephews; and his fur baby Molly.

He was predeceased by his mother, Nancy Schrock.

Services will be held at the convenience of the family.  Memorial contributions in Thomas’ memory may be made to the Troy Fire Department, care of, Bobby Jacobs, P.O. Box 51, Troy, Vermont 05868.

Online condolences may be made at curtis-britch.com.

 

Anna Aurore Sanville

 

Anna Aurore Sanville, 82, of Newport Center died peacefully at home with her husband and children lovingly by her side on Wednesday, July 15, 2020.

Anna was born August 16, 1937, in Colebrook, New Hampshire, to the late Gerard and Bella (Bedard) Brochu.

On August 16, 1958, Anna married Charles C. Sanville and successfully maintained a happy marriage for almost 63 years.

Anna (Mom) was the strongest most amazing mother/grandmother the family could have ever asked for.  Anna taught them, whether male or female, how a woman should be treated and to never accept anything less.  She also taught that a woman is capable of doing anything she puts her mind to.  Those who knew or have ever met their mother would know what they are saying.

Anna graduated Sacred Heart School in Newport.  She worked for 30 years at Ethan Allen Furniture.  Anna was the first female Elks member and the first woman exalted ruler of the Newport Elks Lodge #2155.  During her time at the Elks Anna held every office to include being exalted ruler two times.

Her favorite pastime for the last several years was to sell fundraising tickets for the Elks.  Anna also enjoyed her time at Barre Wood Campground with her family and friends, riding around looking for wildlife, garage sales, collecting everything, eating out, and anything that would allow her to spend time with her children, grandchildren, and family.

Anna is survived by her husband, Charles C. Sanville; her daughter Suzanne F. Brasseur and her husband, Roland; her son Charles F. “Sonny” Sanville and his wife, Louise; her son Norman LP Sanville and his wife, Suzanne Palmer; her siblings:  Eva Brochu, Clara Brochu, Rita Choquette, Lea Cook, Rene Brochu, Gerard Brochu, Alfred Brochu, Martha DuPont, Theresa Round, Patty Mann, and John Brochu; her 11 grandchildren:  Elizabeth (Shaw) Stapleton, James Brasseur, Amy-Lynn (Brasseur) Ciliberto, Joey Brasseur, Dawn Brasseur, Jesse Brasseur, Luke Brasseur, Carisa (Sanville) Kerner, Matthew Sanville, Charles (Josh) Sanville, and Bryanna (Sanville) Qello; and her 17 great-grandchildren.

Anna was predeceased by her parents; her daughter Maryanne Shaw; her son Charles C. Sanville; her son William C. Sanville; her sister Pete Buck; and her brother Steve Brochu.

Funeral services were held on Tuesday, July 21, at St. Mary’s Star of the Sea Catholic Church, where a Mass was celebrated.

Memorial contributions in Anna’s name may be made to St. Mary’s Star of the Sea Catholic Church, 191 Clermont Terrace, Newport, Vermont 05855.

Online condolences may be made at curtis-britch.com.

 

Jean Rene Paul

 

Jean Rene Paul, son of Donat and Antoinnette Paul, 84, died at his home on Thursday, July 16, 2020.

He was born in St. Majorique, Quebec, Canada, on March 26, 1936.

He was a devoted husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather.

In 1957, Jean left Canada with his wife and daughter and moved to the United States knowing only French.

He worked on many farms in New England and in the process learned to speak, read, and write English.

In 1973, he found his home in Morgan and realized his dream of owning a dairy farm.  He spent many happy years farming there.

In 1994, he realized another dream, and with his wife and oldest daughter he became an American citizen.

Jean spent many happy days at his camp in Wickham, Quebec, Canada, with his immediate family and the Pinard family.  He spent time playing horseshoes and sitting on the swing with all of his grandchildren.

He was a devout Catholic and a member of the Knights of Columbus

In his retirement years, Jean and his wife both drove school buses for Morgan school.  He enjoyed the children and their stories.

Jean enjoyed watching hockey on television, tending a perfect garden, and relaxing and welcoming anyone for a visit on his porch.

Jean was a hockey player himself back in the day.  And he was the number one fan for his children and grandchildren who played hockey.  He also enjoyed watching his grandchildren and great-grandchildren pursue any of their chosen activities.

He was proud of the accomplishments of all of his family and was always supportive.

His family will miss his guidance and unconditional love of all of them.  He will always be the captain of the family.

Jean is survived by his wife of 64 years, Germaine Paul; his children:  his daughters Francine Heywood and her husband, Roland, of Derby, his daughter Lynn Joyal and her husband, Rob, of Derby Line, his son Claude Paul and his wife, Tracey, of Derby, and his son Michael and his wife, Kelly, of Morgan; his many grandchildren:  Crystal Abel and her husband, Todd, Amanda Goad and her husband, Tim, Tanya Bailey and her husband, Travis, Jason Joyal, Abigail Paul-Lynch and her husband, Dan, Patrick Paul, Kyla, Emilie, Julia Paul, and Ryan and Matthew Paul; his ten great-grandchildren; his sisters:  Fernande Desrosiers and her husband, Fernand, Estelle Croteau and her husband, Gaetan, Agathe Hamel and her husband, Jules, and Jeanne-Mance Paul; his brother-in-law Germain Pinard and his wife, Lise, Gilberte Dion, Juiliette Lauzier, Cecile Pinard, and Rita Pinard.

He was sadly predeceased by his son Mario Paul; his grandson Sean Joyal; his brothers Henri and Jules Paul; and many of his in-laws in the Paul and Pinard family.

Friends may call from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, July 23, at the Curtis-Britch and Bouffard Funeral Home at 4670 Darling Hill Road in Newport followed by funeral services at 11 a.m. at St. Edward’s Catholic Church in Derby Line where a Mass will be celebrated. Interment will follow in St. Edward’s Cemetery.  Please follow CDC guidelines and please wear a mask.

In lieu of flowers, those who would like, please send donations to the Mary Wright Halo Foundation, 1073 Upper Quarry Road, Newport, Vermont 05855, or to Mater Dei Parish, 191 Clermont Terrace, Newport, Vermont 05855.

Online condolences may be made at curtis-britch.com.

 

Gary Lee Megrath

 

Gary Lee Megrath of Morgan, 58, died suddenly on July 10, 2020, in a tragic car accident on his way home.

He was born on October 2, 1961, at Heaton Hospital in Montpelier.  He attended Claridon Limestone High, and he obtained certifications in HVAC and had a silver oil burner license.  He was married for 30 years to Kathleen (Buzzell) Megrath.  They married on August 5, 1989, at the Montpelier Episcopal Church.

Gary joined the U.S. military in 1979 and was honorably discharged in 1985.  He was a self-employed contractor for many years and recently began working at Galvion, where he was a molding team member assembling military helmets.

He loved going to the lakes around New England and seeing the ocean.  He lived for riding motorcycles and enjoyed riding with family and close friends, who loved spending time with him and talking about bikes.

The thing he enjoyed most was spending time with his family.  He was always a kind and supportive father who consistently made time for his daughter and son.  Gary was so very proud of how his kids have grown into adulthood.  He always enjoyed telling everyone how good they are doing by sharing the news about his son and girlfriend’s new home and all the hard work he and his daughter have done to their home in Morgan.

Survivors include his children:  Adam Lee Megrath and Ashley Ann Megrath; mother Mildred (Muzzy) Megrath; his siblings:  Cindy (Megrath) Gerenscer, Sandra (Megrath) Lockerby, Steve Megrath, Deborah Megrath, Harold Megrath, Sheila (Megrath) Quero, and April Warren; and several nieces and nephews.

His father, George Megrath, predeceased him.

Gary will forever be remembered and loved by his family.

A service was held on July 18.  Contributions in Gary’s memory can be made to the Shriners Hospital for Children, 51 Blossom Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02114.

Online condolences may be made at curtis-britch.com.

 

Duane Graham Lucier

Duane Graham Lucier, 87, devoted husband, father, and grandfather, died peacefully at his home in Jay on July 11, 2020.

He was born August 12, 1932, the son of Eldon and Wilma (Leavitt) Lucier.

Duane was a graduate of North Troy High School.  On September 29, 1951, he married his lifelong love, Frances Theberge.  They resided in Duane’s hometown of Jay where they raised three children.

Early on, Duane worked on the family farm and at the Lucier store in Jay.  He went on to work for Jay Peak ski area as a lift maintenance supervisor.  He was also a certified cable/wire rope inspector for ski lifts.  Duane’s employment took him to Mad River Glen ski area, Kraft Foods and Columbia Forest Products, which he retired from.

Duane was proud of his family and was an avid baseball fan.  Whether playing, coaching, or watching, he rarely missed a chance to support his family’s love of sports.  He also enjoyed hunting and firearms.  He was a member of Masonic Union Lodge #16.

Duane is survived by his son Mark Lucier; six grandchildren:  Jamie Blanton, Derrick Blanton, Kate Lucier, Theresa Stolpa, Eric Lucier, Ryan Lucier, and Nathan Lucier; several great-grandchildren; and many special nieces and nephews.

He was predeceased by his wife of 69 years, Frances T. Lucier; his parents; his son Stephen Lucier; his daughter Cindy Stolpa; grandchildren Jason Lucier, and Jennifer Stolpa; and his brother Norman Lucier.

A private graveside ceremony will be held at the North Troy Cemetery later this summer.  Online condolences may be made at curtis-britch.com.

 

June Lougee

June Lougee, 85, of Island Pond died at her home on Wednesday, July 15, 2020.

She was born on June 6, 1935, in Dixville, Quebec, Canada, to the late Lawrence and Elaine Melrose.

On October 17, 1970, she married Brian Lougee who survives her.

June enjoyed dancing, walking, hanging out with her friends, and volunteered for numerous organizations.  She was an active member of the Brighton American Legion Auxiliary Post #80, VFW Auxiliary Post #2309, Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary, Random Ladies Club of Island Pond, Community Circle, the Lake Association, and volunteered at the VFW breakfasts.

She is survived by her husband, Brian “Skeeter” Lougee of Island Pond; her brother-in-law Richard Lougee and his wife, Dorothy, of Naples, Florida; her nephew Kenneth Lougee and his fiancée, Wanda Lester, of Chittenden; her niece Barbara Lougee and her husband, Doug Pritchard, of South Burlington; her grandnephews Morgan Lougee of Chicago, Illinois, and Nathan Lougee of Burlington; and her several cousins and friends.

Services will be held at the convenience of the family.  A luncheon to celebrate June’s life will be held at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, August 15, at the Brighton American Legion Post #80.

Memorial contributions in June’s name may be made to the Brighton American Legion Post #80, P.O. Box 350, Island Pond, Vermont 05846, or to the VFW Post #2309, P.O. Box 399, Island Pond, Vermont 05846.

Online condolences may be made at curtis-britch.com.

 

Sally A. (LaPlante) Lemieux

Sally A. (LaPlante) Lemieux, 70, of Newport died peacefully on Thursday, July 16, 2020, with the love of her children surrounding her.

Sally, a graduate of Newport High School, was born October 7, 1949, in Barre to Arthur A. and Shirley A. LaPlante.

After defying the odds by surviving a serious accident more than 35 years ago, disabilities have limited her abilities through much of her life. Sally persevered and inspired others with her strength, determination, and courage with her “can-do attitude.”

Her strong spirit and drive to live and love all those with whom she came into contact was demonstrated on a daily basis — never concerned with her own struggles — but always a genuine concern for others.  Everyone always enjoyed her witty and feisty sense of humor.

She enjoyed spending time with friends and family sitting around the table enjoying a cup of coffee, playing cards, bingo, puzzles, and shopping.

Spending time with her grandchildren always held a special place in her heart.

She has a great affinity for dogs and her getaways to Rhode Island.

Holidays were a time that she looked forward to spending time with her loving family.

She is survived by her mother, Shirley LaPlante; her children:  Susan Wu and her husband, Gene, of Coventry; Joseph Lemieux Jr. and his wife, Elisa, of Holland, and Philip Lemieux and his life-partner, Che, of Warwick, Rhode Island; her grandchildren:  Belinda Webster and her husband, Kyle, Bethany Glodgett, Thomas, Olivia, and Alaina Lemieux; her great-grandchildren K.J. and Colton Webster; her sister Nancy Tanguay; and her several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, and many beloved friends

She was predeceased by her father, Arthur LaPlante; her brother Terry LaPlante; and her brother-in-law Marcel Tanguay.

The family would like to thank the caregivers entrusted with her care:  Shelley Maxwell, Maple Lane nursing staff, and her doctors Maria Fatigati and Charles LaGoy.

Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, July 22, at St. Marys Star of the Sea Catholic Church in Newport, where a Mass was celebrated.

Online condolences may be made at curtis-britch.com.

 

Roderick A. Griggs

Roderick A. Griggs, 80, a former Brownington resident, died on Thursday, July 16, 2020, at his home in Winchester, Kentucky.

He was predeceased by his parents, Helen and Harry Griggs, and his sister Joyce Beyor.

He is survived by his loving wife of 47 years, Linda; his children:  Keith of Brownington, Laurie of North Troy, Kristie of Kentucky, and Roderick and his partner, Andrea, of Kentucky; his 12 grandchildren; his 19 great-grandchildren; and his many nieces and nephews.

As are his wishes, there will be no services.

 

Joseph E.G. Fortin

 

With his family by his side, Joseph E.G. Fortin, 71, of North Troy left this world peacefully when he died on July 10, 2020, in Newport.

Joe was born on March 19, 1949, to Roland and Columbe Fortin in Holland.  After high school, he entered the United States Army (1969-1975), and following an honorable discharge, he met the love of his life, Lillian (Labbee) Fortin, and they were married on September 8, 1973. They enjoyed 46 years of married life together.  Those years included their numerous motorcycle rides, and many pets, especially cats Olaf and Chico, and the most recent additions, grand dogs Bentley and Bailey.  He also enjoyed many ATV adventures with his son Kevin when he was not on duty for VTRANS where he was employed for 30 years.

He leaves behind his loving wife, Lillian Fortin, and his son Kevin Fortin and his wife, Carrie, all of North Troy.  Joe also is survived by his brothers Rosaire Fortin and his wife, Brenda, of Derby, as well as Gilles Fortin and his wife, Mary, of Chazy, New York; and one sister, Francine Martin and her husband, Earl, of Island Pond.  Joseph also leaves aunts, uncles, and many nieces, nephews, and cousins to mourn.  Joe will also be missed by special friends Linda Meunier and Wayne Lucas, as well as his loving pets.

He was predeceased by his parents, Roland and Columbe Fortin; by his sister Rolande; and his brothers Norman and Andre Fortin.

The family would like to take the opportunity to thank Dr. Rachel DiSanto, the staff at Family Practice, as well as the staff at North Country Hospital and Missisquoi Ambulance service for the wonderful care Joe received while under their care.  The family would like to also extend their gratitude to nurse Amber of the Visiting Nurse Association for the excellent care, kindness, compassion, and support showed to both Joe and Lillian so that Joe could remain at home.

Services will be held privately at a later date at the convenience of the family.  Please visit awrfh.com to share memories and condolences.

 

Kelly Jean (Urie) Elder

Kelly Jean (Urie) Elder, 49, the most generous, brave, strong-willed, independent, loving mother, friend, daughter, and sister; left these legacies behind when she died on Thursday, June 25, 2020.

Kelly was born May 13, 1971, and lived her first 18 years on the family dairy farm in South Albany.  Her father called her Baby Tender Love after a popular doll of the time and the amount of affection all the family had for her.  Kelly was a precious, sweet, and kind girl who grew into a precious, sweet, kind, and sassy woman.

She graduated from Lake Region Union High School in 1989 and then attended Paul Smith’s College culinary program in New York.  Later she lived in Burlington and then Richmond.

She married Peter Elder in October 2001. They later divorced but together had two wonderful daughters Abigail and Caroline.

Kelly loved many things including cooking, Elton John, flowers, her family and friends, and Vermont but above all else she loved her daughters.  She was very proud of them and adored and admired everything about them.

She is survived by her daughters Abby and Caroline; her mother, Ellen Urie; her sister Wendi Urie and brother-in-law Mike Cimonetti; her sister Barb Marshall; and her niece and nephews: Marissa, Jack, and Hazen Marshall.

She was predeceased by her father, Richard Urie; her brother Daniel Urie; and her brother-in-law Jim Marshall.

A service for Kelly will be held in the Kingdom at a later date when it is safe to do so.

To make a memorial donation one may do so to Elder Children’s Benefit Fund, Bank of the Rockies, P.O. Box 2, Clyde Park, Montana 59018.

 

Elwood G. “Duck” Duckless

It is with profound sadness that the family announces the death of Elwood G. “Duck” Duckless, 79, of Newport Center, who died on Tuesday, June 30, 2020, in Lebanon, New Hampshire, after fighting a fierce battle with cancer.

He was born on October 12, 1940, in Newport Center to Forrest and Lillian (Butler) Duckless.

On April 15, 1961, he married Louise Bissonnette who survives him.

Elwood was a graduate of Newport Center High School Class of 1958.

On May 20, 1965, Elwood started Newport Electric Inc. with his friend John DeLaBruere, which they owned for 25 years.  He enjoyed many hobbies like riding his Harley, golfing with his buddies, deer hunting, and was an avid Boston Red Sox fan.  He owned several racehorses, was a ringer at horseshoes, and may have played a hand or two of poker over the years. Splitting his time between his homes in Vermont and Florida, he was able to enjoy his outdoor hobbies year-round and made many new friends over the years.

His greatest enjoyment in life came from his family.  He was proud that all his children earned a college degree, and he worked hard to help each of them attain that goal.  With his sons, he trekked around the U.S. trying to visit every NFL stadium, starting a great family tradition filled with memories.  He found his true calling when he became a grandpa and was the best grandpa ever. He would drive for hours to watch a baseball game, dance recital, or school concert.  He could not have been more proud of them.  Anything they needed, he made it happen.

He was the ultimate entertainer, the life of the party, and loved to host gatherings for family and friends at his farm.  He was quick with a joke and always had a song ready for any occasion, whether an old song, a little ditty, or a commercial that got stuck in his head.  He was enthusiastic about working his small farm on Route 14 where he was able to teach his children many lessons over the years about life skills and family.

He was a thinker, a problem solver, and a calculated risk taker.  If he found a problem that didn’t have the right tool to fix it, he would make the tool or make it work with what was at hand, what he called farm-ingenuity.

He was a member of the Newport Elks Lodge #2155, Newport Eagles Club Fraternal order #4329, Troy Masonic Union Lodge #16 F & AM, was on the board of directors for Community National Bank, and was a member of the inaugural class of the Orleans and Northern Essex Athletic Hall of Fame.

He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Louise Duckless of Newport Center; their children:  John Duckless and his wife, Kim, of Hooksett, New Hampshire, Karlene Guay and her husband, Benoit, of Coventry, James Duckless and his wife, Beth, of Rosemount, Minnesota, and Kathie Duckless and her husband, Dana Lesperance, of Newport; his grandchildren:  Benjamin Duckless, Ryan Duckless, Mariah Gentley, Lily Duckless, and Samee Duckless; his brother Robert Duckless of Brattleboro; his sisters-in-law:  Lucille Duckless of Newport Center, Jackie Adams of Montpelier, Florence Ferrell and her husband, John, of Havana, Florida, and Irene DeLaBruere of Newport; his brothers-in-law Norbert Bissonnette and his wife, Sonja, of Middletown, Connecticut, and Daniel Bissonnette and wife, Diane, of St. Albans; and his numerous nieces, nephews, and friends.

He was predeceased by his brothers Kenneth and Harold Duckless; his sister Myrna Nadeau; his brothers-in-law Charlie Nadeau and Al Adams; and his sisters-in-law Louise and Marilyn Duckless.

A graveside service will be held on Saturday, July 25, 2020, at the Newport Center Cemetery at 11 a.m. with the Reverend Leo Bilodeau officiating.

In lieu of flowers, should friends desire, contributions in his memory may be made to the Newport Center High School Alumni Scholarship Program, care of Carolyn Collins, 2921 Collins Mill Road, Newport Center, Vermont 05857.

Online condolences may be made at curtis-britch.com.

 

Wayne G. Chadburn

Wayne G. Chadburn, 69, of Irasburg died suddenly on Friday, July 17, 2020, in Newport.

He was born on October 21, 1950, in Barton to Gerald and Iris (Jacobs) Chadburn.

He married Carla E. Durgin, who survives him.

Wayne was raised on a dairy farm in Irasburg.  He would tell of cutting and stacking wood for the house as well as sugar wood.  He used to gather sap during sugaring and really enjoyed the ragamuffins that his mother made.

Wayne loved to hunt and fish.  He told of going to deer camp with his dad and brothers and he had many antlers from his deer mounted, which are on the living room wall.

Fishing was more of a Saturday adventure, but he went fishing every free fishing day for years.  He really enjoyed the time he spent with his family, especially playing pool and horseshoes, or just telling stories of past gatherings.  Wayne was very proud to have been at the birth of all three grandchildren.  He adored each of them and felt very blessed to be able to see them grow.

Wayne worked as an auto mechanic for Park View Garage for many years.  He enjoyed working on the older cars and pickups.  He was in many pool tournaments and enjoyed playing, having many trophies for his skill.  He played horseshoes for many summers and bowled on the Friday night league at the Candlepin.

He is survived by his wife of 49 years, Carla Durgin Chadburn of Irasburg; his daughter Sarah Stevens and her husband, Ed; his grandchildren: Matthew Powell, Ella Stevens, and Jillian Stevens; his great-granddaughter Kinslee Ann Powell; his siblings:  Marian Valenta, Beryl Norris, Gloria Stoddard, and Gordon and Linda Chadburn; his brothers- and sisters-in laws: Theresa Norris, Robert Lawson, Dorothy Mason, Marjorie Annis, Rachael and Ron Williams, Raymond Durgin, and Rita, Gail, and Charles Cook; and his special friends:  David LaClair, Carroll Porter, and Bernard Peters.

He was predeceased by his parents, Gerald and Iris Chadburn; his son David Chadburn; and his brothers and sister:  Earl Norris, George Chadburn, and Janet Lawson.

A graveside service will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday, July 24, at the West Charleston Cemetery with Pastor George Lawson officiating.

Online condolences may be made at curtis-britch.com.

 

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