"
Newspaper Archive of
Journal Opinion
Bradford , Vermont
Lyft
March 13, 2019     Journal Opinion
PAGE 8     (8 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 8     (8 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
March 13, 2019
 

Newspaper Archive of Journal Opinion produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




8—JOURNAL OPINION—~March 13, OBITUARIES Dorothy H. Dodge 1927-2019 CORINTH—Dorothy H. Dodge, 91, a resident of the Grafton County Nursing Home, died Feb. 27,2019 at the home. Born on June 7, 1927 in South Peacham, she was the daughter of Charles and Cecil (Livingston) Kimball. Dorothy attended Corinth Grade School, was a 1945 graduate of Thetford Academy, and a 1946 graduate of Bennington State Beauty Culture School. She worked in Barre for four years at Rina Aylward’s Beauty Shop. She then started her own beauty shop in Goose Green, Corinth, until a heart attack in 1989 caused her to close her‘shop. In 1949, she married Wilbur D. Young; they had four children: Constance Thurston and husband Greg of Corinth, Dwight Young and wife Jean of Bradford, Susan Hood and husband Donald of Bradford, and Diane Slack and husband Jon of Fairlee. She is also survived by grandchildren: Shane (Denise) Thurston, Martin (Michele) Thurston, Chad (Rachael) Thurston, Shannon (Brandi) Young, Sonya (Jer- emy) Grant, Jamie (Cody) Sherman, Jessica (Nathan) Locke, Tanya (Mat- thew) Sharf, Isaac (Tracey) Clogston, Richard Olmstead Jr., Sheri (Jr) Thurston, and Peter Slack; great grandchildren: Shania, Ethan, Owen, Bradley, Aidan, Merrett, Meredith, Mallari, Maleah, Cody, Kimberly, Wayne, Walker, Winnejean, Wyatt, Samantha, Britney, Bentleigh, Jack, Amber, Autumn, Felisha, and Orin; great, great grandchildren: Abigail, Jacob, and Lane; as well as two sisters- in-law, one brother-in-law, several nieces, nephews, and cousins. She was pre-deceased by two infant brothers; her first husband, Wilbur Young (1960); and a brother Edward (2011). In 1970, she married Edwin Dodge, who predeceased her in 201 1. Dorothy was a member of the Corinth Bible Church and the Bradford Evangelical Free Church over the years where she taught Sunday School classes and hosted many church functions in her home. She loved working in her garden, doing puzzles, playing flinch as well as taking care of her children and grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at 1 I am. March 23 at the Corinth Bible Church, and a reception will follow at the Cookeville Town Hall. Arrangements are by Hale Funeral Home of Bradford. An online guestbook is av ai l ab 1 e at www.halefiineralhomes.com. Kay Hodge — NEWBURY—Kay Newbury, passed away peacefully on March 8, 2019 at the Atkinson Residence for the Retired surrounded by her sons Greg and Peter. She was born on June 30, 1929 at the family farm in Newbury. She was the daughter of Dexter A. and Marion Bowen George. She attended schools in Newbury and graduated from Town Central School with the class of 1947. After graduation, she held various jobs including a short stint at the former Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover. On March 21, 1950, she married Guy E. Hodge of Bradford. They were married just over 58 years before he predeceased her on Oct. 8, 2008. After her marriage, they traveled extensively in the US and abroad while Guy served in the US Army. She loved the four years they spent in Germany along with sons Michael and Greg. She remembered fondly the trip they took to the Italian Riviera. In 1966, Guy retired and they moved Heaven Rings With Her Music by Rebecca Farley For many years her music rang and throughout our church her voice sang. Now she’s playing for our Lord as His angelic host welcomes her aboard. No more pain as she plays, no more waking to troubled days. In our Lord her soul does rest, as we all know she’s so blessed. If you listen hard, you may hear on a windy day her music clear. For the heavens ring with its sound that we once heard here on the ground. Our sister Betty will be truly missed, and ourpiano her fingers will no longer kiss. But on golden keys they dance along as heaven rings with her music and song. ### v This poem was written in memory of Betty Hysong, who played the piano at Trinity Church of the Nazarene in North Haverhill for 40 years. Don’t miss April 1 5! An IRA can help you meet your retirement goals, and now'ls a great time to take advantage of one. You have until April 15, 2019, to make an IRA contribution for 2018. Call today - I can help you plan for life. Modern Woodmen of America Stewart I. Gates, FIC, (MO 3056 Scott Highway Groton, VT 05046 B 802-584—4440 stewart.I.gates@mwarep.org Modern Woodmen IAXGOI i9 FRATERNAL FINANCIAL Registered representative. Serurities offered through MWA FinancialServires Inc, a whoiiy owned subsidiary of Modern Woodmen of America. Member: FINRA, SIPC. m ‘ WEDNESDAY’S WORD supposition (noun) an uncertain belief. SAMPLE SENTENCE: The family was working on the supposition that her death was a suicide. Wednesday’s Word is brought to you by these businesses: Orford Servicenter Inc. Jct. of Route 10 8. 25A - Orford, NH 03f" - 803-353-4555 : “A Family Business Since 1968” ASE. back to Newbury into the house that Kay had admired as a young girl walking by on her way to school. They raised their family there and she remained until 2013 when she moved in with her brother Johnny. During her younger years, she worked for Dr. Munson and Dr. Cassani, both of Bradford until she retired in 1989. She loved her home, doing yard work, mowing the lawn, tending her beautiful flowers and watching her grandchildren grow up. She also loved her animals, especially her bulldogs, Max and Gus. She was very active and could be seen very early in the morning taking her three mile walk around the village. She was a member of the Newbury Congregational Church for many years and was active in the various church affairs and events. She is survived by her sons, Greg and his partner Peg along with grandchildren Michael and Mikayla; Peter and his partner Lynn and her two boys, Tom and Mitchell; and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by a son, Michael; asister, Bettina Hume; and a brother, Johnny George. Graveside funeral services will be held in the spring at the Oxbow Cemetery in Newbury. There are no callinghours. Donations in Kay’s memory can be made to the Atkinson Home for the Retired, 4717 South Main Street, Newbury, VT. 05051. The Hale Funeral Home of Bradford is in charge of arrangements. An online guestbook is available at Hodge, 89, of www.halefi1neralhomes.com. Gerald Pease - ORFORD——Gerald Edwin Pease, 87, died March 9, 2019 at Hanover Terrace following a brief illness. Gerald was born Nov. 1, 1931, the second son of the late Glenn F. and Theda (Howard) Pease. _. He graduated from Orford High School in 1950 and lived his whole life in East Orford. Following graduation, he joined his father Glenn and worked sides by—side with him at the family dairy farm until 1971. . In November 1951, Gerald married Doris Quackenbush and together they raised their five children, Harrison (Harry), Gene, Carol, Janet and Sheryl, in the old Davistown Schoolhouse in East Orford that they purchased and renovated. In 1972 Gerald married Rita Antoinette (Toni) Carter of Brentwood, NH. Toni moved to East Orford with her four children, Kellie, Richard, Sallie and James. Together they raised Toni’s children in East Orford. In addition to spending time with family and friends Gerald and Toni enjoyed traveling, which included trips to Germany, Austria, Alaska, New York, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Ne- braska, Texas, and Colorado. They were married for 46 years. In 1971, Gerald left the family farm and started a second career as a carpenter and was well known through- out the Upper Valley for his skill and work ethic. Throughout his life, Gerald was never happier than when he was working with a pair of draft horses. Whether logging or sugaring or haying, he thought that a good pair of draft horses was the best “horse” power there was. Second best was the 1943 International Farmall H tractor which he loved to drive. Gerald was a great neighbor and public servant. He was always there to help whenever anyone was in need. He was one of the early members of the Orford Volunteer Fire Department and helped build Orford’s first fire station in 1964. He served as Orford’s Forest Fire Warden for over 50 years, and served as a selectman. He was also an early member of the Parks and Playgrounds Committee helping to maintain the town beaches and build picnic tables. Gerald was predeceased by his sister Irene in 1956; and his brother Howard in 2017. He is survived by two brothers, Francis of Orford and Arthur of Lebanon. In addition to many friends and extended family, Gerald will be greatly missed by his children Harry and his wife Linda of Orford, Gene of Piermont, Carol and her partner Su of Thornton, NH, Janet and her husband Paul of South Strafford, VT, and Sheryl and her husband John of Etna, NH, as well as by his stepchildren, Kellie and her husband Lyle of Orford, Richard of Warren, Sallie and her partner Danny of Manor, TX, and James and his wife Roberta of Orford; and his wife, Toni; and his 11 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren. The family requests that donations in Gerald’ 5 memory be made to the Orford F ire Department Association, 476 NH Route 10, Orford, NH 03777; or the Orford Historical Society, PO Box 44, Orford, NH 03777. A memorial service will be held at the United Congregational Church of Orford, NH Route 10, Orford, at l 1 am. on March 16, 2019. The Hale Funeral Home of Bradford is in charge of arrangements. An online guestbook is available at wwwhalefuneralhomescom. CELEBRATION OF LIFE NEWBURY—A celebration of life will be held March 23 at 1 pm. at the Newbury Elementary School inNewbury for Dot Dodge who passed away Feb. 24, 2019. , Gary Culbertson I 941 2019 FAIRLEEé—Gary Culbertson was born in Batavia, NY on Oct. 1 1,1941 to Ethel Waterman Cain. He graduated from Alfred State College. He then started his lifelong career of classifying, breeding Regis- tered Holsteins and managing and owning dairy farms. For the past 20 years he has resided inRichfield Springs, NY. His passion was farming and the Holstein cow. Gary passed peacefully on March 10, 2019 with family members by his side. Gary was a very compassionate man always trying to do the best for anyone around, and always seeing the best in people. Gary lived his life honestly, always seeing the sunny side of life. His witty sense of humor was appreciated and loved by all. He will be terribly missed by his family and the people whose lives he touched. Gary is survived by his loving wife Sue; his three children, Dawn, Lisa and Chuck; his brother Gordy; and many grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. There will be no funeral services per Gary’s request. The family will have a private graveside celebration of life inthe Fairlee cemetery in late spring/early summer. SATURDAY, TRINITY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE FOOD PANTRY 9 AM to 10:30 AM at Trinity Church of the Nazarene Nazarene Drive North Haverhill, NH (next to Grafton County Courthouse) OPEN TO HAVERHILL, BENTON, BATH, PIERMONT AND WARREN RESIDENTS and NEWBURY and WELLS RIVER RESIDENTS. HAVERHILL TOWNS CONSIST OF: Haverhill Corner, North Haverhill, East Haverhill, Pike, Woodsville, Swiftwater, Mountain Lakes, Center Haverhill MARCH 16 POLICE BLOTTER HAVERHILL POLICE DEPARTMENT HAVERHILLnOn F eb. 15 , Haverhill Police cited in lieu of arrest F elicia Sweat, 29, of N ewbury for driving after revocation/ suspension. * * * On Feb. 20, Littleton Police arrested Eric Driford, 41, of North Concord, VT on an Haverhill Police Department warrant for issuing bad checks. Duford will appear in Haverhill District Court on April 2. *** On Feb. 23 , Haverhill Police arrested Adam Chase, 23 , of Haverhill for driving alter revocation/ suspension. Chase appeared in Haverhill District Court on March 5. *** On Feb. 27, Haverhill Police took Bryan Hunton, 51, of Woodsville into protective custody for drunkenness. * * * On Feb. 28, Haverhill Police arrested David Wright Jr, 40, of Haverhill on four separate bench warrants. Wright will appear in Haverhill District Court on April 2. * * * The Haverhill Police Department has responded to and/or investigated the following calls: Feb. 17, responded to the Nootka Lodge and took a report of theft by unauthorized taking. This case is currently under investigation. * Feb. 20, responded to Ray Hill Circle and took a report of forgery government instrument, check, etc.. This case is currently under investigation. Responded to Mount Moosilauke Highway and took a report of burglary. This case is currently under investigation. Responded to Dartmouth College Highway and took a report of driving after revocation/ suspension. This case is currently under investigation. * II: * Feb. 21, responded to Dartmouth College Highway and took a report of theft by deception. This case is currently under investigation. ’1: * Feb. 22, responded to Benton Road and took areport of stop signs; yield signs. This case is currently under investigation. Responded to Central Street and took a report of thefi by unauthorized taking. This case is currently under investigation. * * * Feb. 23, responded to High Street in Woodsville and took a report of a two car motor vehicle accident. * * Feb. 24, responded to Benton Road and took a report of theft by unauthorized taking. This case is currently under investigation. Responded to Central Street and took a report of theft of services. This case is currently under investigation. * :1: Feb. 26, responded to Central Street and took a report of endangering the welfare of a child. This case is currently under investigation. Responded to Terrace Drive in Haverhill and took a report of a two car motor vehicle accident. * )I‘ Feb. 28, responded to Dartmouth College Highway and took a report of a suspicious vehicle/person. See arrest dated Feb. 28. * * H averhill Police responded to the following calls: building check (one); citizen assist (one); agency assists (five); juvenile matter-no crime (two); domestic dispute- no crime (two); disturbance (three); noise complaint (one); citizen assist (one); alarm activation (six); sex offender change of information (one); lost property (one); request to speak with an officer (one); motor vehicle complaint-no crime (one); animal complaint-no crime (two); pistol permit application (three); Vin verification (two); paperwork service (one); property found (one); and welfare check (one). =I< ii: iii The Haverhill Police Department issued the following warnings and citations: speeding (24); defective equipment (four); failure to display parking lights (two); uninspected vehicle (two); multiple beam lighting (two); operating without lights (two); negligent driving (two); unregistered vehicle (one); front lights fail/tum on lights (one). All individuals are presumed innocent unless and until found guilty in a court of law. *** VERMONT STATE POLICE BRADFORD—On March 7 at 2:28 pm, Vermont State Police conducted a traffic stop on Route 5 near the car wash in Bradford for numerous motor vehicle violations. During the course of the investigation, it was discovered the operator, Kyle Gonyo, 23, of Plainfield, VT, provided false information to a law enforcement officer. Gonyo was cited to appear in Orange County Superior Court on April 17 to answer the charge of false reports to law enforcement authorities. * :1: it On March 9 at l :44 pm, VSP responded to a vehicle stuck on a VAST trail by Knox Road in Fairlee. During the course of the investigation, it was determined Richard Olmstead Jr, 46, of Fairlee, assaulted a female in the vehicle he was in. Moreover, it was determined Olmstead provided false information to law enforcement to falsely implicate another individual. A judge was contacted for bail and conditions, and Olmstead was released with conditions and to appear in Orange County Superior Court on March 1 l to answer the charge of domestic assault and false reports to law enforcement authorities. Olmstead was screened and transported to Northeastern Regional Correctional Center in St. Johnsbury to be held for detox. COURT REPORT ORANGE COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT—CRIMINAL DIVISION CHELSEA—The following cases were heard before Judge Theresa S. DiMauro at Orange County Criminal Division in Chelsea on Feb. 27 and all defendants were released without bail, unless noted otherwise. Arraignments Deborah Johnson, 63, of Fairlee pleaded innocent to domestic assault on J an. 25. The arresting agency was Vermont State Police in St. J ohnsbury. * 31¢ Donald Hande, 25, of Groton pleaded innocent to careless or negligent vehicle operation on J an. 19. The arresting agency was VSP in St. J ohnsbury. * a: at: Winter Rousso (aka Lisa Howe), 54, of Bradford failed to appear for an arraignment on charges of felony second or subsequent violation of abuse prevention order and violation of conditions of release on Jan. 26. The arresting agency was VSP in St. Johnsbury. Bail was set at $1,500. fluids Thomasina Howard, 33, of Bradford denied violation of probation as filed on Feb. 4. The probation stemmed from a conviction for driving under the influence, second offense, on March 1 1, 2018. The arresting agency was VSP in St. Johnsbury. Sentencings Jonathan Whalley, 45, of Barre pleaded guilty to vehicle operation with suspended license on Jan. 19. The arresting agency was VSP in Middlesex. Whalley was sentenced to serve l 9 to 20 days with credit for time served and pay $197 in surcharges. He was held at Southern State Correctional Facility in Springfield. FITH AND LIFE by Dr. Dennis Prutow Lazarus died. His sisters wept. Four days later Jesus arrived. “Your brother will rise again” (John 11:23). Martha knew the hope of eternal life taught in Scripture. “Martha said to Him, ‘I know that he will rise again in the resurrection on the last day’” (John I 1 :24). Jesus pointed Martha to the incarnation and personification of life. “Jesus said to her, ‘I am the resurrection and the life; he who believes in Me will live even ifhe dies’” (John 11:25). A person who enters the state of death, separation of the body and spirit, will return from death. The implication is clear. A time will come when dead bodies and departed souls will be reunited. Does this sound far fetched? To prove His point, Jesus turned to the tomb of Lazarus and “cried out with a loud voice, ‘Lazarus, come forth.’ The man who had died came forth, bound hand and foot with wrappings, and his face was wrapped around with a cloth. Jesus said to them, ‘Unbind him, and let him go’” (John 11:43-44). Pretty impressive lesson. Jesus adds, “Everyone who lives and believes in Me will never die. Do you believe this?” (John 5:26). Literally, He says, “Everyone who lives and believes in Me will not die forever.” Death gives way to life. The big question is simple. “Do you believe this?” STEPS TO SALVATION How to receive Christ: 1. Admit your need. (I am a sinner.) 2. Be willing to turn from your sins (repent). 3. Believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God. 4. Believe that Jesus Christ died for you on the cross and rose from the grave. 5. Pray and invite Jesus Christ to come into your heart and control your life through the Holy Spirit (receive Him as Lord and Savior). Amen. Read the‘BibIe to growl Leanvon the Lord. You are now God’s new creation. He will never leave you.