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Obituary: Grace Carson

CARSON, Grace (Hebb) Of Waltham, Aug. 5th, 2014. Beloved wife of the late Edward Carson and mother of the late Bruce E. Carson. Grace is survived by her loving & devoted daughter Jill L. Oster and her husband Donald of Natick, her cherished grandchildren Kristin Doyle and Kevin Carson, and her great grandchildren Matthew and Nathan Doyle. In addition she is survived by 2 nephews and 2 cousins. Daughter of the late Henry and Gladys (Perry) Hebb and sister of the late Roberta Filleul. Relatives & Friends are respectfully invited to attend a Memorial Service in celebration of Grace's Life in the Mary Catherine Chapel of Brasco & Sons Memorial, 773 Moody Street, WALTHAM on Saturday Aug. 16th at 11:00 ...
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Obituary: Arthur Battle

BATTLE, Arthur Of Chelsea, formerly of Belmont and Stuart, Florida, on July 15th. He was born and raised in Syracuse, New York, the son of Salvatore and Marie (Maione) Battle (Battaglia). Beloved husband of Josephine A. (Spinale) Battle, married 67 years, they were just 2 months short of their 68th wedding anniversary. He called his JoJo, the "love of his life". Loving and devoted father of Diane Battle of New York, NY, Arthur J. Battle of Boston, MA, Patty Battle-Mutter and her husband Dr. George Mutter of Brookline, MA, and Joanne Collins and her husband Douglas Collins of Waxhaw, North Carolina. Loving grandfather to Hannah and Alice Mutter, Ryan and Amy Collins, and uncle to many nieces and nephews. He ...
Belmont High Principal's Blog

BHS First Day of School, 9/3

Belmont High School’s first day of classes is September 3, 2014. Schedules will be distributed during home room. Additional information will be disseminated during August.
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Obituary: Gilda Lilly justine marie Deberardinis

DEBERARDINIS, Gilda Lilly Justine Marie (Terenzio) Age 88, passed away peacefully at home on August 7th, 2014. Gilda was born in East Boston but grew up in Arlington, at 41 Bailey Road, a house that everyone remembers fondly as the gathering place for family and friends. She resided in Winchester, where she raised her 3 children, and then moved to Belmont. As a young woman, Gilda worked at the United Shoe Machinery Corporation in Boston. She then worked at the Suburban Answering Service in Winchester for many years before retiring. Gilda was an avid game and card player, enjoying many great times with her all friends at the Arlington Mens Club and the Winchester Jenks Center. She was always busy ...
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