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Obituary: Oliver Galbraith Veling

Veling, Oliver Galbraith "Scott" 60, of Lincoln, born November 10th 1953 in Buffalo New York, died peacefully surrounded by his loving family on August 7th 2014. He was a loving husband, and a strong father. He met his wife at the age of thirteen at Camp Otter in Northern Ontario. Their love lasted for many years before they were eventually married in 1988. They raised one son together. He worked for the federal government for 25 years, most recently as a project manager for the food and nutrition service. He had a strong love for all animals, his childhood dog Kahn and his adult life cat Kato. He spent the last five months of his life coping with brain cancer. ...
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Obituary: Margaret K. Domenichella

Domenichella, Margaret K. "Peggy" (Lahnstein) Formerly of Lincoln, MA and Summerfield, FL, July 31. Beloved wife of Frank A. Domenichella Jr. Mother of Frank A. Domenichella III and his wife Bea of Leominster, Paul F. Domenichella and his wife Jeanne of Arlington, Stephen M. Domenichella of Missoula, Montana and Mary M. O'Halloran and her husband Charles of Lancaster. Grandmother of Katherine and Rebekah Domenichella, Madeline and Peter Domenichella and Gabrielle O'Halloran. Sister of Richard K. Lahnstein of Lincoln. Funeral Tues. Aug. 5th from the Dee Funeral Home, 27 Bedford St., Concord Center at 7:45 am followed by a funeral Mass in St. Joseph's Church., Lincoln Rd., Lincoln at 9 am. Interment Lincoln Cemetery. Visiting hours Mon. 4 to 8 pm. ...
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Obituary: James Olivieri

Olivieri, James Of Lincoln, MA & formerly Somerville, MA, passed away peacefully of natural causes on 26th of July, 2014 at the Taunton Nursing home, together again with his deceased wife and childhood sweet heart, Dorothy. Mr. Olivieri was a World War II 4th Division U.S. Marine Corps Veteran who served in the Pacific theatre from 1944 until 1947. James served in the 4th Marine division as a radio man, participated in four major amphibious assaults, in the battles of Kwajalein (Roi-Namur), Saipan, Tinian, and Iwo Jima. Surviving more than 17,000 casualties he returned home and to eventually earn a degree from North Eastern University and serving as chief of police in Cambridge, MA for MIT. James raised a family ...
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New Details in Worcester Kidnapping and Rescue

Troopers arrested a man and confiscated a gun found in the car.
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