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Obituary: Paul M. Dunn

Dunn, Paul M. 66, of Peabody, formerly of St. Petersburg, FL and Everett, died unexpectedly at his home on Monday, July 28, 2014. Born in Boston, son of Madeline (Dagley) Dunn and the late Hillary Lincoln Dunn, Jr. Father of Kimberly A. Snow and her husband James Brown and grandfather of David Snow all of So. Hamilton; brother of Virginia Eva Zona and her husband David of Milford, NH, James Dunn of Valrico, FL, Barbara Dunn of Danvers and Beverly Dunn of Burlington; former husband of Patricia E. (Norton) Dunn of Andover; many nieces, nephews and many friends. He was also predeceased by a brother William Dunn. Paul was employed as an Engineer at Textron & Avco before retiring due ...
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Obituary: Emelda O. Mcdonough

McDONOUGH, Emelda O. "Mel" (LeBlanc) Of Everett, passed away on July 21, 2014, at Middlewoods Assisted Living in Newington, CT. She was 96. Born in Digby County, Nova Scotia, she was the beloved wife of the late Arthur McDonough. She is also predeceased by her sister Bertha Veitch and dear friend Joe Murphy. Loving aunt of Joan and her husband David Glendinning of Milton, FL, and Irene and her husband George Roushon of Wethersfield, CT. She is also survived by her niece and nephews; Aurora and John Maya, Christopher and Shani Hinton-Miller, Darius and Amanda Miller Gibson, Bibianna Miller, Kathy and Ralph Gonzalez, Peter and Alicia Roushon, and great nieces and nephews; Tony Maya and his wife Merianna, Monica Maya ...
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Obituary: Carmella Porreca

Porreca, Carmella Carmella Porreca, "Carmy" joined her beloved Guido after her very brief illness at the age of 96 on July 28, 2014. Aside from being an excellent tax specialist, Carmy was an extraordinary wife, mother and humanitarian whose pleasure in life stemmed from an amazing capacity to help anyone who needed her. She valued family, friendship, honesty and loyalty; had time for everyone as long as coffee was involved, and showed many how to budget, play chess and how to be a person of compassion and integrity. Carmy is survived by her sons John and his wife, Bonnie, of Everett and Michael and his wife Diane of Winthrop. She is also survived by her grandchildren, John Porreca and wife ...
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Obituary: Eleanor R. Powers

POWERS, Eleanor R. (Flynn) Of Everett, age 90, passed at home July 23, 2014 following a lengthy illness. Lifelong resident of Everett. Survived by her children, Susan, Kathleen and Donna of Everett, and four grandchildren. Relatives and friends invited to gather on Saturday, 9 a.m. in the Immaculate Conception Church, Broadway, Everett, followed by a memorial mass at 10 a.m. Goodrich Funeral Home 781-592-2680
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Obituary: Pasquale F. Stabile

STABILE, Pasquale F. "Pat". Of Everett, on July 23. Beloved husband of Norma Joan (Green). Father of Colleen M. of Wilmington & Patrick F. of Everett, Brother of Antoinette Ferragamo, Alice Ante, Mary Nardella, Ann Carideo, the late Rose Stabile & Patricia Poste. Also survived by 1 granddaughter Kayleigh Cunningham, & many nieces & nephews. A Funeral was held from the Salvatore Rocco & Sons Funeral Home, 331 Main St., EVERETT, Mon., July 28. A Funeral Mass followed in the Immaculate Conception Church, Everett, Interment then immediately followed in the Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett. Mr. Stabile was a 39 year Veteran of the Everett Fire Dept. & also served in the Army National Guard. "Rocco - Carr - Henderson Funeral ...
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Obituary: Esther M. O'brien

O'Brien, Esther M. (Mullane) Of Everett, July 26. Beloved wife of the late John and mother of William of Melrose and James of Arlington. Complete notice on Tues. Murphy O'Hara Funeral Home Everett 617-387-0506
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Obituary: Thomas J. Cocorochio

COCOROCHIO, Thomas J. Of Bradenton, FL and a former longtime Everett resident, passed away at the Prospect House in Revere on July 26, 2014, at 88 years. Beloved husband of the late Patricia (McMahon) Cocorochio. Loving father of Michael Cocorochio and his wife Kathleen of Everett, Mary Cocorochio of Millbury, Edward Cocorochio and his wife Sharon of Billerica, and Marilyn Caporizzo and her husband Alexander of Chelmsford. Dear brother in law of Paul McMahon of Billerica. Cherished grandfather of Lisa Anderson and her husband Ryan of VT. He is also survived by 2 cherished great grandchildren and many dear friends at Prospect House. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend a funeral from the JF Ward Funeral Home, 772 ...
Everett Independent

Everett Celebrates Independence Day

Uncle Sam waves the American flag during the City’s Independence Day party at Jacob Scharf Playground and Field last Saturday afternoon. The celebration included the annual footraces, carnival rides, facepainting, a bicycle decorating contest and even a mechanical bull.
Everett Independent

Everett Delegation Attends Boston Meeting

A group of Everett residents and Wynn Resort casino supporters attended the “Mondays with the Mayor” public meeting led by Mayor Martin J. Walsh. The group is pictured above following the forum that was held at Bunker Hill Community College in Charlestown. Among those pictured are John Tocco, Christine Ragucci, Vincent Ragucci Jr., Marie Tozzi, Joseph Tozzi, Michael McLaughlin, and Michael Mangan.
Everett Independent

Wynn Agrees to Terms with Unions: Everett Project to Be Built with Union Trades

Wynn MA, LLC has announced that it has reached a Project Labor Agreement (PLA) with all major local trade unions, ensuring that the .6 billion proposed Wynn Resort in Everett will be built with union contractors. The comprehensive agreement covers all aspects of construction, work rules and hours and was unanimously endorsed by the Massachusetts Building Trades Council—which represents the IBEW, Teamsters, iron workers, brick layers, sheet metal workers, and other trades—and the New England Regional Council of Carpenters. Construction of the proposed 5-star Wynn Resort in Everett will require more than 10 million man hours of labor and generate 14,300 construction jobs, 4,000 permanent jobs and drive more than billion in revenue to other local businesses over five ...
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