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Posted: Tuesday, August 4, 2009 12:00 am

Obituaries for Marion Froment, 68, of Attleboro; Charles Langille, 86, of Foxboro; Laurette "Laurie" Langille, 76, of Foxboro; John Ufheil III, 57, of Franklin; Dolores Benson, 78, of Mansfield; Ann Gallipeau, 85, of North Attleboro; Irene Holleran, 93, of North Attleboro; Robert Legg, 76, of Norton; and Richard Morse Jr., 51, of Pawtucket were published in the Aug. 4, 2009 edition of The Sun Chronicle.

Richard F. Morse Jr., 51

PAWTUCKET - Richard F. Morse Jr., 51, of Roosevelt Avenue, Pawtucket, died unexpectedly Monday, July 27, 2009 at his business, the RPM Performance on County Street, Attleboro.

He was born in Attleboro, a son of Jane F. (Hiney) Morse of San Antonio, Texas and the late retired Master Sergeant Richard F. Morse Sr., USAF.

Richard was a master machinist and master mechanic, and was the owner and operator of RPM Performance in Attleboro since 1987.

He had lived in Pawtucket for the last four years, coming from Attleboro where he lived for most of his life.

He was a racing enthusiast, enjoyed stock car and drag racing, and he had also raced a truck at Seekonk Speedway. He also raced at the New England Dragway. Richard enjoyed going to car shows.

He was interested in paleotology and geology.

Richard also enjoyed National Geographic magazines, and their TV show.

Besides his mother, he is survived by a brother, William T. Morse of San Antonio, Texas, and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

His funeral service will be held Thursday, Aug. 6 at 7 p.m. in the Foley-Hathaway Funeral Home, 126 South Main St., Attleboro. Burial will be private. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.

Calling hours are Thursday from 4 to 7 p.m.

To light a candle, sign the memorial register, or for facility directions, go to http://www.hathawayfunerals.com">www.hathawayfunerals.com or call 508-222-0498.

Dolores M. Benson, 78

MANSFIELD - Dolores M. (Baptiste) Benson of Mansfield died Sunday, Aug. 2, 2009 at Carney Hospital in Boston. She was 78 years old. She was the loving wife of Edward L. Benson for 42 years.

Born in Mansfield on May 5, 1931, Mrs. Benson graduated from Mansfield High School in the Class of 1949.

She worked as a secretary at Texas Instruments in Attleboro for 15 years. She also had worked as a real estate broker, auctioneer, and was self-employed as a hairdresser.

Mrs. Benson enjoyed painting, and taking care of her house and garden. Dealing and collecting antiques was her favorite pastime.

She also served on the board of health and the Council on Aging in Mansfield.

In addition to her husband, Mrs. Benson is survived by her son, Robert C. Montville and his wife Julie of Portsmouth, N.H. and her two grandchildren, Morgan and Michael. She was the loving sister of Joseph Baptiste of North Attleboro, Donald Baptiste of Middleboro, Violet Goff of Pittsburg, Pa. and the late Robert Baptiste and Herbert Baptiste. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

A funeral will be held Thursday, Aug. 6 at 8 a.m. from the Bolea-Amici Funeral Home, 115 North Main St., Mansfield, followed by a funeral Mass at St. Mary's Church, 330 Pratt St. (Route 106), Mansfield at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend.

Visiting hours are Wednesday from 4 to 8 p.m. Interment will be in St. Mary's Cemetery.

Marion Happy Froment, 68

ATTLEBORO - Marion Happy Froment, 68, of Sycamore Avenue, South Attleboro, a retired bookkeeper, passed away on Sunday, Aug. 2, 2009 at home surrounded by her loving family.

She was the beloved wife of Ronald J. Froment, with whom she celebrated 49 years of marriage.

Born Marion H. Gravel in Yonkers, N.Y. on June 21, 1941, she was the daughter of the late Gerard and Marion (French) Gravel. Marion was raised and educated in Attleboro schools and was a graduate of Attleboro High School.

Marion was employed at Sturdy Memorial Hospital, Attleboro. She later worked for the Frank Frizzell Company in Cumberland, R.I., Leavens Manufacturing in Attleboro and Graphic Images in Plainville.

Marion also assisted her daughter, Melissa, at Happy Trails Day Care in South Attleboro.

She served as secretary for the South Attleboro Girls Recreation Association (SAGRA) and served as a Girl Scout leader many years ago.

She loved the outdoors, birds, mountains, and being near the ocean. She always cherished spending time with her family and friends.

In addition to her beloved husband Ronald, Marion is survived by two sons: Steven and his wife Diana Froment of Attleboro and David and his wife Susan Froment of Cumberland, R.I.; a daughter, Melissa and her husband Kevin Viau of Attleboro; and six grandchildren: Nicole Froment, Brian Froment, Colin Froment, Caroline Froment, Keely Viau, and Zachary Viau. She is also survived by two brothers: James Gravel of Cape Cod and Gerald Gravel of Oceanside, Calif., and a stepsister, Joan Sullivan of Scituate, R.I. Marion was the stepdaughter of the late Grace Gravel.

Family and friends are kindly invited to attend visiting hours on Wednesday, Aug. 5 from 5 to 8 p.m. in the Duffy-Poule Funeral Home, 20 Peck St., Attleboro. A funeral service will be conducted on Thursday, Aug. 6 at 10 a.m. in the Duffy-Poule Funeral Home. Marion will be laid to rest in Newell Burying Ground, South Attleboro.

In lieu of flowers and for those wishing to remember Marion in a special way, memorial contributions in her memory may be made to: Attleboro VNA Hospice, 10 Emory Street, Attleboro, MA 02703.

An online guest book for remembrances and condolences may be found at: http://www.duffy-poule.com">www.duffy-poule.com.

Irene Holleran, 93

NORTH ATTLEBORO - Irene Holleran, 93, of North Washington Street, died Friday evening, July 31, 2009 in the Madonna Manor Nursing Home. She was the wife of the late William P. Holleran.

Born April 8, 1916 in Hartford, Conn., she was a daughter of the late Joseph and Adele (Sirois) Ouellet. Irene was educated in North Attleboro schools and a resident of the town for most of her life.

She was a homemaker and enjoyed cooking, crafts and music.

She was a longtime communicant of Sacred Heart Church and later St. Mark's Church in Attleboro Falls.

She is survived by a son, Richard J. Holleran of Rhode Island, and several nieces, nephews and good friends.

She was mother of the late William P. Holleran Jr., and sister of the late Albert, Joseph and Francis Ouellet.

A funeral will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 5 at 9 a.m. from the Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home, 15 Grove St., North Attleboro, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Mark's Church, 105 Stanley St., Attleboro Falls. Burial will follow in St. Mary's Cemetery, Attleboro Falls.

To sign an online guestbook for Irene, please visit http://www.sperry-mchoul.com">www.sperry-mchoul.com.

Ann H. Gallipeau, 85

NORTH ATTLEBORO - Ann Helen (Sullivan) Gallipeau, a registered nurse, of South Washington Street, North Attleboro, passed away on Saturday, Aug. 1, 2009, one week before her 86th birthday, at Sturdy Memorial Hospital in Attleboro. She was the wife of the late Francis John Gallipeau, the love of her life, who died on Aug. 8, 1989.

Born in North Attleboro, Mass. on Aug. 8, 1923, she was a daughter of the late William and Annie (Diamond) Sullivan. Mrs. Gallipeau was a lifelong resident of North Attleboro and wintered for many years at her home in Fort Myers, Fla.

Raised and educated in North Attleboro, she was a 1941 graduate of North Attleboro High School. Following high school, Mrs. Gallipeau enlisted in the U.S. Navy and served from her entry into active duty on Jan. 6, 1944 until her honorable discharge on March 26, 1946. She achieved the rank of pharmacist mate 2/c for her service during the World War II era.

Upon returning from her loyal service to her country, Mrs. Gallipeau enrolled in the Boston City Hospital School of Nursing, where she graduated in 1951.

Prior to her retirement in 1984, Mrs. Gallipeau was employed for many years by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as a registered nurse, having been employed at Taunton State Hospital.

She was a communicant of St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church in North Attleboro.

An ardent sports fan, she adored the Boston Red Sox and rarely missed a televised game. She also enjoyed following tennis, golf and boxing.

Along with her husband, she enjoyed traveling, among other places, to Florida, California, New Hampshire and Cape Cod.

Photography and gardening were among her favorite hobbies.

Mrs. Gallipeau was a member of the Attleboro/Pawtucket Stroke Club and treasured the times spent with friends attending activities at the North Attleboro and Plainville senior centers.

She was a proud member of the Arbor Day Foundation.

She leaves four daughters: Carole Rameika of Marblehead; Karen Palermo of Fulton, Md.; Lisa Baker of North Attleboro and Candace Peyton of Ventura, Calif.; five grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.

Public visitation has been respectfully omitted.

Relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial on Wednesday, Aug. 5 at 9 a.m. in St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church, Park Street, North Attleboro, with the Rev. David A. Costa, pastor, officiating.

Burial with full military honors will follow in Mount Hope Cemetery and Arboretum, Mount Hope Street, North Attleboro.

Following cemetery services, an invitation will be extended to join the family for a time of continued fellowship and refreshments at a location to be announced.

Please do not send flowers. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Mrs. Gallipeau's name may be made to the North Attleborough Council on Aging, 204 Elm Street, North Attleboro, MA 02760.

For additional information or to send the family a written expression of sympathy, please visit an online register book at http://www.dyer-lakefuneralhome.com">www.dyer-lakefuneralhome.com.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Dyer-Lake Funeral Home - the national historic Colonel Obed Robinson Home, 161 Commonwealth Ave., Attleboro Falls, North Attleboro. 508-695-0200.

Robert C. Legg, 76

NORTON - Robert C. Legg, 76, of South Worcester Street, died Friday, July 31, 2009 in the Veterans Administration Hospital in West Roxbury. He was the husband of the late Rhoena (Richmond) Legg, who passed away in 2003.

Born Nov. 28, 1932 in Attleboro, he was a son of the late George and Isabelle (Young) Legg.

Robert grew up in Attleboro, attending Attleboro schools before joining the U.S. Navy.

He raised his family in North Attleboro, where he lived for nearly 30 years before moving to Norton in 1981.

Robert was injured serving his country during the Korean War.

He had since devoted himself to the VA and DAV (Disabled American Veterans).

He volunteered as a driver for the Brockton VA Hospital for many years and recently received an award for over 7,500 hours of service to the VA.

He also served as a service officer for District 7 in the DAV, helping veterans get their benefits.

Robert was active in several other local veterans groups, including VFW Post 443 in North Attleboro and the South Attleboro American Legion.

Robert worked doing industrial maintenance for several local companies, and later cut and sold firewood harvested in Norton.

He had a creative mind and loved creating and inventing.

He was excellent at carpentry, masonry and building.

He was also known for recycling and selling scrap metal.

He is survived by six children: Sharon Ward of Plainville, Brenda Cooper of North Attleboro, James Legg of Warwick, Jerry Legg of Norton, Cindy Farquharson of North Attleboro and Debbie Hague of North Attleboro; nine grandchildren; two great-granddaughters, and many nieces, nephews and cousins. He was brother of the late George Legg.

A graveside service with U.S. Navy veteran's honors will be held on Friday, Aug. 7 at 11:15 a.m. in the Massachusetts National Cemetery, Bourne.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Robert's name may be made to the American Cancer Society, 30 Speen Street, Framingham, MA 01701.

Arrangements are entrusted to the Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home, 15 Grove St., North Attleboro.

John J. Ufheil III, 57

FRANKLIN - John J. Ufheil III of Franklin, where he had lived for over 25 years, died Thursday, July 30, 2009 at Memorial Hospital in North Conway, N.H. He was 57.

Born in Columbia, S.C., he was the son of Elizabeth (Warnick) Treen of Norfolk, and the late John J. Ufheil Jr. He attended Norfolk schools, was a graduate of King Philip Regional High School, Class of 1969, Wentworth Institute and Lesley College.

Formerly of Norfolk, he had worked as an engineer with Raytheon Corp. in North Andover for over 10 years, until 2006.

He was a lifetime member of the Wrentham Anglers Club. He loved hunting and fishing and his dog Sadie. An avid sports fan, he enjoyed the Red Sox, Patriots, and working with his hands.

In addition to his mother, he is survived by his sister, Cynthia "Cindy Treen" Norton and her husband Stephen of Grafton, Mass., and a niece and nephew, Tammy and Dan Norton, and several aunts, uncles, and cousins.

A funeral service will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 5 at 7 p.m. at the R.J. Ross Funeral Home, 135 South St., Route 1A, Wrentham.

Visiting hours will be held from 3 to 7 p.m., prior to the service.

Burial will be held on Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Vittum Hill Cemetery in Sandwich, N.H.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be made to the Arthritis Foundation, 29 Crafts Street, Suite 450, Newton, MA 02458-1287, or the Wrentham Anglers Club Inc., P.O. Box 420, Wrentham, MA 02093, or the South Tamworth United Methodist Church, Route No. 25, Union Hall, South Tamworth, NH 03883.

Additional information and an online guest book may be found at http://www.rjrossfuneralhomeinc.com">www.rjrossfuneralhomeinc.com.

Charles E. Langille, 86

FOXBORO - Charles E. Langille, 86, of Mirimichi Road, Foxboro, died on Thursday, July 30, 2009 as a result of injuries suffered in an automobile accident on Diamond Hill Road, Cumberland, R.I. The accident also claimed the life of his wife, Laurette M. "Laurie" (Dargis) Nadow Langille, to whom he was married in April 1987 at the First Congregational Church in North Attleboro. He was the former husband of the late Grace Viola (Reynolds) Langille, who died on Oct. 17, 2006.

Born in Cambridge, Mass. on Dec. 23, 1922, he was a son of the late Seymour G. and Rita (Higgins) Langille.

In his early years, the Langille family moved to North Attleboro where Mr. Langille attended North Attleboro High School until transferring to Bristol Agricultural School. He resided in Foxboro for the past 20 years after having lived in North Attleboro for most of his life.

Along the way, Charlie worked at Sayles Dairy Farm in North Attleboro beginning in the sixth grade.

He would start work at 2 in the morning delivering milk until he completed his duties at 7 a.m., when he would return home, clean up and proceed to school for the day. Following school, he would return to work and milk the cows into the early evening.

He left the farm in 1943 when he enlisted in the U.S. Army, where he became a member of the "elite" 82nd Airborne as a paratrooper and medic.

After receiving his initial training, Mr. Langille was promptly sent overseas where he received further training in England, Scotland and Wales.

In June of 1944, during World War II, he was in the area of Normandy Beach during the invasion.

He was quick to say, quite humbly, that he was one of the fortunate few that made it through the war "unscathed."

He reenlisted for a second tour of duty until it proved to be a hardship on his family.

He left the Army in 1948 and returned to North Attleboro, where he resumed his career in husbandry with the Evans family, who owned and operated Sayles Dairy Farm.

He remained on the farm until 1957, when he left to seek employment at the former Beauchaine Lumber Yard where he worked until 1979.

In 1979, Mr. Langille became the Town of North Attleboro Animal Control Officer. He retired in 1983, then returned later that year to serve as interim dog officer and stayed until 1984, when he retired once again. Mr. Langille was appointed to the post for a third and final time in 1986 and retired as the town's animal inspector and kennel keeper in June 1991.

As a member of the Independent Sportsmen Club in Foxboro since Jan. 1, 1959, Mr. Langille worked for many years as a caretaker at the club. The job ideally suited his compassion for animals, fishing, sports and his true love, "working."

Mr. Langille was the recipient of the North Attleboro Veterans Council's 2nd Annual Frederick Holmes Award in 1998 for recognition of his "sincere compassion, dedication and outstanding contributions to the betterment of the community."

For many years, Mr. Langille continued to serve the North Attleboro community as a school crossing guard at the downtown intersection of Richards Avenue and North and South Washington streets.

Many, many stories could be told of his loyalty, compassion and endless capacity of giving to his fellow man, be it his family, his job, his town or to perfect strangers in need.

One only need ask for help and if Charlie could not do it, he would find a way to get the job completed.

However, one of his proudest endeavors which he did in "Charlie's way," without any fanfare, acknowledgement or recognition, was his devotion to entertaining disabled American veterans at the Brockton Veterans Administration Medical Center at least once a month, consistently for the last 19 years.

He was a very giving, generous person laden with energy and willing to share it with all who were in need, particularly veterans.

He leaves three children: Joan A. Smith and her husband John D. Smith of New Braunfels, Texas; Candace J. "Candy" Pickett and her husband Robert G. Pickett of Buena Vista, Va., and Donald D. "Butch" Langille and his wife Janice (Suvall) Langille of North Attleboro; four grandchildren: Christine D. Moncure of Lexington, Va.; Richard J. Langille of Alexandria, Va.; Melissa J. Badger of North Attleboro and Amy Newhall, of Rockridge County, Va.; seven great grandchildren: Hollie Badger, Jordan Badger, Nathan Badger and Jennifer Badger, all of North Attleboro, and Grace Bailey, Julia Newhall and Charles R. Langille, all in Virginia; three brothers: Gordon Langille of Marstons Mills; Richard Langille of North Attleboro, and James Langille of Chambersburg, Md.; a sister, Mary Brooks of South Yarmouth; members of his wife's family, and numerous nieces, nephews, extended family members and dear friends.

He was the father of the late Charles E. Langille, who died in June of 1975. He was the grandfather of the late Leslie L. Langille, who died on Nov. 19, 1992, and was the great-grandfather of the late Jakob Van Leuvan, who died on Feb. 20, 2007.

He was predeceased by his sister, Sandra Lightfoot, and his brother, Robert Langille.

Family and friends are cordially invited to attend visitation for both Mr. and Mrs. Langille on Thursday, Aug. 6 from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. in the Memorial Chapel of the Dyer-Lake Funeral Home - the national historic Colonel Obed Robinson Home, 161 Commonwealth Ave. (exit 5 off Route 95 N or S, go right, 3/4 mile on the left), Attleboro Falls, North Attleboro.

Visitation with veteran's honors will honor Mr. Langille's service to our country.

Those in need of a ride to visitation may simply call the funeral home at 508-695-0200 to make an advance reservation for such gratis transportation.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral service remembering both Mr. and Mrs. Langille on Friday, Aug. 7 at 10 a.m. in the Memorial Chapel of the Dyer-Lake Funeral Home - the national historic Colonel Obed Robinson Home, 161 Commonwealth Ave. (exit 5 off Route 95 N or S, go right, 3/4 mile on the left), Attleboro Falls, North Attleboro, with the Rev. Katrina Clinton, pastor of the First Congregational Church, North Attleboro, officiating.

Graveside committal services for both Mr. and Mrs. Langille will immediately follow funeral services.

Mrs. Langille will be laid to rest at St. Mary's Cemetery, Towne Street, North Attleboro, followed by a graveside service for Mr. Langille with full military honors at Mount Hope Cemetery and Arboretum, Mount Hope Street, North Attleboro.

Following both cemetery services, an invitation will be extended to join the family for a time of continued fellowship and refreshment at the North Attleboro Elks Lodge, Bulfinch Street, North Attleboro.

Please do not send flowers. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Mr. and Mrs. Langille's name and memory may be made to either the North Attleboro Animal Shelter, c/o North Attleboro Town Hall, 43 South Washington Street, North Attleboro, MA 02760, or to the VA Medical Center - Brockton, Attn: Voluntary Service (135), 940 Belmont Street, Brockton, MA 02301.

For additional information or to send the family an expression of sympathy, please visit an online register book at http://www.dyer-lakefuneralhome.com">www.dyer-lakefuneralhome.com.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Dyer-Lake Funeral Home, 161 Commonwealth Ave., Attleboro Falls, North Attleboro. 508-695-0200.

Laurette 'Laurie' Nadow Langille, 76

FOXBORO - Laurette M. "Laurie" (Dargis) Nadow Langille, 76, of Mirimichi Road, Foxboro, died on Thursday, July 30, 2009 as a result of injuries suffered in an automobile accident on Diamond Hill Road, Cumberland, R.I. The accident also claimed the life of her husband, Charles E. Langille, to whom she was married in April 1987 at the First Congregational Church in North Attleboro.

Born in North Attleboro, Mass. on Sept. 11, 1932, she was a daughter of the late Horace and Anna (Pontbriant) Dargis. She was raised and educated in North Attleboro where she was a 1949 graduate of North Attleboro High School at the age of 16.

A resident of Foxboro for the past 20 years, Mrs. Langille previously resided in Attleboro and North Attleboro for many years.

Prior to her retirement in 1994, Mrs. Langille was employed for eight years at Engelhard Industries in Plainville and had previously been employed for 18 years at Texas Instruments in Attleboro as a solderer.

She enjoyed assisting her husband with his endless efforts in support of veterans.

Her favorite pastimes included gardening, reading and bowling as a member of the North Attleboro Council on Aging Bowling League.

She leaves four children: Norman A. Nadow of Lampasas, Texas; Cheryl A. Moelk of Attleboro; Scott E. Nadow of Attleboro and Tina M. Sauder of York Haven, Pa.; eight grandchildren: Joshua Moelk of Attleboro; Nathaniel Nadow of Attleboro; Aimee Nadow of Tampa, Fla.; Albert Nadow of San Antonio, Texas; David Nadow of San Antonio, Texas; A. J. Nadow of Lampasas, Texas; Kenneth Barclay of Pittsburgh, Pa. and Matthew Barclay of York Haven, Pa.; five great-grandchildren; a brother, Robert Dargis of Attleboro; a sister, Jeannette Gebski of North Attleboro; members of her husband's family and numerous nieces, nephews, extended family members and dear friends.

She was the grandmother of the late Ryan Moelk, who died on May 18, 2007, and Kyle Nadow, who died in 2003.

She was predeceased by her sisters, Anita Dargis and Eileen Amesberry, and her brother, Ernie Dargis.

Family and friends are cordially invited to attend visitation for both Mr. and Mrs. Langille on Thursday, Aug. 6 from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. in the Memorial Chapel of the Dyer-Lake Funeral Home - the national historic Colonel Obed Robinson Home, 161 Commonwealth Ave. (exit 5 off Route 95 N or S, go right, 3/4 mile on the left), Attleboro Falls, North Attleboro.

Visitation with veteran's honors will honor Mr. Langille's service to our country.

Those in need of a ride to visitation may simply call the funeral home at 508-695-0200 to make an advance reservation for such gratis transportation.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral service remembering both Mr. and Mrs. Langille on Friday, Aug. 7 at 10 a.m. in the Memorial Chapel of the Dyer-Lake Funeral Home - the national historic Colonel Obed Robinson Home, 161 Commonwealth Ave. (exit 5 off Route 95 N or S, go right, 3/4 mile on the left), Attleboro Falls, North Attleboro, with the Rev. Katrina Clinton, pastor of the First Congregational Church, North Attleboro, officiating.

Graveside committal services for both Mr. and Mrs. Langille will immediately follow funeral services.

Mrs. Langille will be laid to rest at St. Mary's Cemetery, Towne Street, North Attleboro, followed by a graveside service for Mr. Langille with full military honors at Mount Hope Cemetery and Arboretum, Mount Hope Street, North Attleboro. Following both cemetery services, an invitation will be extended to join the family for a time of continued fellowship and refreshment at the North Attleboro Elks Lodge, Bulfinch Street, North Attleboro. Please do not send flowers. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Mr. and Mrs. Langille's name and memory may be made to either the North Attleboro Animal Shelter, c/o North Attleboro Town Hall, 43 South Washington Street, North Attleboro, MA 02760, or to the VA Medical Center - Brockton, Attn: Voluntary Service (135), 940 Belmont Street, Brockton, MA 02301.

For additional information or to send the family an expression of sympathy, please visit an online register book at http://www.dyer-lakefuneralhome.com">www.dyer-lakefuneralhome.com.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Dyer-Lake Funeral Home, 161 Commonwealth Ave., Attleboro Falls, North Attleboro. 508-695-0200.

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