FRANKLIN — Ronald A. Thibeault, 71, of Franklin, died at his home on Aug. 30, 2013.
He was born in Franklin on Nov. 3, 1941 the son of Alfred and Rose Alma (Dussault) Thibault. Ron resided in Franklin most of his life and attended local schools. He was employed as a lead man at Watts Regulator in Franklin for 33 years prior to retiring.
Ron enjoyed camping and fishing, but mostly enjoyed spending time with his family.
Family members include his wife of 47 years, Lorette (Paquette) Thibeault of Franklin, five children: Kevin A. Thibeault and his wife Tina of Franklin, Steven A. Thibeault and his wife Natalie of Alton, Lisa M. Thibeault and companion Harry "Bud" Hikel of Fryeburg, ME, Pamela T. Sheehan and her husband Edward of Andover, MA, and Michelle L. Thibeault and companion Stephen Guess of Hill, 13 grandchildren, 2 sisters, Arlene Cote of Brooksville, FL and Anne Haley of Andover, NH, nieces, nephews, and an extending loving and caring family.
Visiting hours will be held Thursday, Sept. 5th from 6-8:00 pm at Thibault-Neun Funeral Home, 143 Franklin St., Franklin. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday, Sept. 6th at 11:30 am in St. Paul Church, Franklin. Burial will follow in Holy Cross Cemetery.
Donations in memory of Ron may be made to Franklin Visiting Nurse and Hospice, 75 Chestnut St., Franklin, NH 03235. For directions and an online guestbook, please visit www.neunfuneralhomes.com
Last Updated on Wednesday, 31 December 1969 07:00
ALTON — The Gilman Library will host an Oscar Night at the Movies on Friday, September 6, 2013 at 7 p.m.
Actress Lana Turner plays one of the best roles of her career in this stunning and emotional adaptation of Alexandre Bisson's classic play. Turner is the ill-fated Holly Anderson, blackmailed by her evil mother-in-law (Constance Bennett in her last film role) into leaving her politician husband (John Forsythe) and their baby. Twenty years later, she finds herself on trial for murder where she is defended by her own son (Keir Dullea)
The movie runs 100 minutes, is not rated and in black and white. Admission is free. Refreshments will be served. For more information call 875-2550 or go to www.alton.nh.gov/Library.asp.
Last Updated on Monday, 02 September 2013 05:08
MANCHESTER — Citizens Bank is helping 3,000 students start the school year with new backpacks filled with school supplies through its Gear for Grades program. More than 25,500 pencils, pens, folders, notebooks, glue sticks and index cards were donated by the public in all 80 branches across New Hampshire. Gear for Grades was organized in partnership with Child and Family Services of NH, 95.7 WZID and the New Hampshire Union Leader.
According to a National Retail Federation survey, the average American family spent $688.62 in 2012 on back-to-school expenses. For low-income, at-risk or homeless families, the cost of even basic school supplies can be a burden.
"With the rising cost of school supplies, the Gear for Grades program helps to ease the financial strain parents face this time of year as they prepare to send their children back to school," said Joe Carelli, President, Citizens Bank and RBS Citizens, New Hampshire. "We are proud to play a small role in contributing to the academic success of so many local children who return to the classroom ready to learn. We thank our customers and the general public who continue to support this program by donating new school supplies that make a big difference to the children who receive them. I also want to thank Child and Family Services, WZID and the Union Leader for helping make this program a great success."
The Gear for Grades program is a part of Citizens Helping Citizens Strengthen Communities, the bank's program for contributing to the economic vitality of communities.
Last Updated on Monday, 02 September 2013 04:58
SANBORNTON — The Sanbornton Historical Society hosts presenters Douglas Prescott Jr. and Evelyn Auger who will lead the program "Looking Back on Sanbornton Square:1947-1955" on Thursday, September 12 at 7 p.m. at the Lane Tavern.
Prescott, now an architect as his father before him, grew up in the Lane Tavern. His father was the architect in charge of the restoration of the Lane Tavern in the 1960's. Auger, a renown local historian, antiquarian, and historical re-enactor, also grew up on Sanbornton. The program will highlight homes in the Sanbornton Square area, photos of the homes and people who lived there, and stories associated with those homes and people.
Sanbornton Historical Society programs are free and open to the public . Refreshments are provided after the program. For more information call 286-4526.
Last Updated on Friday, 30 August 2013 09:36
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