Monday, December 31, 2012
Dog ran away on Dec. 28; could be within 10 mile radius.
Vader is missing from the Walpole/Medfield line and his owners need help to find him. Vader is a 4 year old Kerry Blue Terrier. Very friendly and hyper. He took off from his owner's yard on Friday 12/28 on Old North Street in North Walpole, close to “Bubbling Brook” on 109. He was heading toward Westwood/Medfield, but is a very fast runner and could end up anywhere within a 10 mile radius. If you have seen him, please contact his owners at 508-333-3912 (Nina) or 508-641-6117 (AJ) or by email at email@example.com
Friday, November 9, 2012
Here is a glance at recent obituaries from Dover, Sherborn, Westwood and Medfield
Taken from www.legacy.com Marilyn P. (Thorpe) Carroll, formerly of Medfield. A long-time volunteer at the Medfield Food Cupboard. Charles David Grinnell, 89, born in Dover. Was a waist gunner in World War II where he crash-landed and was rescued by a farmer and shopkeeper. Mark D. Hesnan, 38, of Medfield. Donations can be made to the Massachusetts Diabetes Association. Frederick Hoyt Jordan, of Sherborn. Devoted father, talented musician, and member of the a capella group, "The Works." Nancy C. (Askew) Kashalena, 80, of Medfield and Bourne. Visiting hours on Nov. 11 and life celebration service on Nov. 12. Lawrence "Larry" Landy, 66 of Medfield. Donations can be made to Temple Beth David. Mary Ann MacDonald, 77, lived in Medfield for many …
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Here is a glimpse at residents of Medfield, Dover, Sherborn, and Westwood who have died, or who have relatives who have died, recently.
Taken from www.legacy.com George Franklin Beatty, 76, worked in insurance industry for 50 years. His greatest pride and joy were his daughters and grandchildren. Muriel Morrison Callahan, 90, worked for 45 years with the Sears, Roebuck and Co. as a catalog Sales Manager. Helen C. (Dzerkacz) Gately, 91 of Dover, was a devoted and active member of The Ladies Sodality and St. Casimir's Church (Maynard) which her father helped establish for the Polish community in town. Maryhelena Schomer, 60, was a state trooper and senior investigator for the New York State Police. Andrew J. Kapravy, 79, was raised in Westwood and was a well-respected engineer holding several patents for his work including one for his team's invention of non-kinkable wire…