MEREDITH – Loren Dale "Park" Noland, 88 of Pease Rd., Meredith, NH died October 8, 2013, at Concord Hospital in Concord, NH.
Park was born in Parkville, Missouri on Feb 7, 1925, son of the late George Park and Pearl Frances (Lobingier) Noland.
He served his country with the United States Army during WWII and the Korean Conflict retiring after 23 years of service as a Chief Warrant Officer, W-4. After retiring from the Army, he went to work as a Civil Servant with the Department of the Army for 19 more years.
Park graduated from the University of Maryland with a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science. He was a Member of the Gilford Community Church, Compass Lodge of Masons (Parkville Missouri), Chocorua Lodge of Masons, the Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite and the Order of the Eastern Star, Ellacoya Chapter.
Pre-deceased by a son, Robert Park Noland, he is survived by his wife Janet (Irish) Noland of Meredith, a daughter, Kathryn "Kay" Lynch of Disputanta, Virginia, a son, William "Bill" Noland of Meredith, four grandsons and three great-grandsons.
An hour of visitation will be from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., Sunday, October 20, 2013, followed by a Memorial Service at the First Congregational Church of Meredith. Burial will be private at the Gilford Community Church Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Meredith Food Pantry or to your favorite charity.
To sign an online guest book go to: www.baker-gagnefuneralhomes.com
Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 October 2013 08:13
ROCHESTER — Philip A. Perreault, 93, died Saturday, October 12, 2013, surrounded by his family at his home after a period of failing health.
Philip was born in Rochester, NH on December 4, 1919, the son of Joseph and Angeline (Lavallee) Perreault and lived all of his life in Rochester. Prior to his retirement he worked as a machinist at Davidson Instrument Panel Co. He was a member of the Rochester Lodge of Elks # 1393, and a communicant of Holy Rosary Church in Rochester. Phil loved and enjoyed his family, especially spending time with his children and grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife Anita (Gagne) Perreault who died in 2008, and was also predeceased by two brothers Robert Perreault, and Edmond Perreault, his sisters, Marguerite Cooke, Genevieve Blanchette and Florence Mercier.
Surviving members of the family include: one son Richard Perreault and his wife Cheryl of Northfield, NH, two daughters, Angele Cook and her husband John of Rochester, and Diane Felts and her husband Raymond, both of Rochester, NH. He also leaves five grandchildren, Philip and Vanessa Felts, Aaron and Nicole Perreault, and R. J. Cook, as well as two special friends, Evelyn Frenette and Daniel Pelchat "driver", and several nieces, nephews and cousins and his cat Cissie.
Visitation will be held at the H. J. Grondin & Son Funeral Home, 177 North Main Street, Rochester, NH on Wednesday, October 16, 2013, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. on Thursday, October 17, 2013, at Holy Rosary Church in Rochester, NH, followed by burial in Holy Rosary Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers memorial donation may be made to either St. Elizabeth Seton School, 16 Bridge St. Rochester, NH 03867 or to the SHARE Fund, 189 North Main Street, Rochester, NH 03867. To sign the on-line guest book, please visit www.GrondinFuneralHome.com.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 October 2013 08:05
WOLFEBORO — William Francis Randall, Bill to most, Billy to a few, left us on Monday, September 23, 2013. He died surrounded by the love of his family and some of the many people who called him friend. He was the son of the late Kay and Charlie Randall of Duxbury, Ma., a brother among a family of nine.
Bill was a man of few words, but those words were both whimsical and wise in his own way. He practiced a live-and-let-live attitude, and a good friend said recently of him, "I never heard Bill say a bad word about anyone."
A stone mason by trade, Bill leaves his art all around Southeastern Massachusetts and Lake Winnipesaukee in the form of massive stone fireplaces and home facings. Many are signed in his unique way with a surprising shape hidden among the stones—a turtle here, a heart there. For the most part he accomplished his life's work singlehandedly. Some of the stone chimneys atop the Castle In The Clouds were rebuilt by his hands.
Bill's hobbies can be simply stated: he loved his family, and he loved his work. Beyond these, his greatest joy was traipsing around the Northern Maine woods calling moose to him purely for the excitement of it (and they came!).
Bill's daughters, Becky Randall of Moultonboro, NH, Gina Randall and Beth Randall of Methuen, Ma, his wife Celia Randall of Wolfeboro/Brookfield, NH, and his family in Southeastern Ma will miss his understated wit and his steadfast presence. His family acknowledges the empty space he leaves among dear friends and co-workers within the construction community around the lake.
Calling hours at LordFuneral Home in Wolfeboro, NH will be on Saturday, Oct 19 from 2 to 4 p.m. A memorial Mass will be held on Nov 2, 11 a.m., at St. Anthony's Church in Sanbornville, NH. All are invited to celebrate a life well-lived.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: The Lowe Center for Thoracic Oncology, Dana Faber Cancer Institute, 450 Brookline Ave—D1234, Boston, Ma 02215
Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 October 2013 08:04
TILTON — William C. Bayley, 96, a longtime resident of Northfield and Tilton, died peacefully, Monday, October 14, 2013 at the Franklin Regional Hospital, with his family at his side, following a period of failing health. He was born in Northfield, September 21, 1917, son of George C. Bayley and Annie (Thomas) Bayley. He attended local schools and was a graduate of the Tilton Preparatory School, class of 1935. He later took courses in business administration at Becker College in Worcester, MA. He joined the United States Envelope Company, the largest maker of envelopes in the world, where he worked until 1941. Bill was employed with Public Service Company for several years and later opened and operated the former Arch Appliance Center in Tilton for 32 years, retiring in 1982. Bill and his wife Belle enjoyed their retirement traveling as well as their favorite pastime, dancing as often as time permitted. Their passion for MGB British cars brought them much joy participating in shows and touring throughout New England and beyond. He served as a director of the former Citizen's National Bank in Tilton and was an incorporator of the former Iona Savings Bank in Tilton.
Bill served with the Merchant Marines as a purser and later served with the U. S. Army Air Corps in Europe from 1942 until 1946, with the 12th Tactical Air Command as administrative NCO, discharged as a Staff Sergeant. He served in England, France, Germany and Austria before returning home to marry his wife Belle. He was a Mason and member of Rotary International for many years. Bill was honored in 2010 as Tilton's oldest resident and was presented with the Boston Post Cane (his father held the Cane for Northfield from 1946 until 1950). The Bayley family wishes to thank the staff at the Peabody Home and Franklin Regional Hospital for the exceptional care given to Bill during his stays. He was predeceased by his beloved wife of 56 years, Isabelle "Belle" (Flagg) Bayley who died in 2003.
His family includes his daughter: Susan Walker Bayley and her partner Karolyn Joy Carpenter of Tilton; his son Brett Thomas Bayley and his wife Deborah of San Diego, CA; granddaughter Sarah Ross Bayley of San Diego and grandson, Brett William Bayley of Long Beach, CA.
According to Bill's wishes, there are no calling hours. Services will be private at the discretion of his family. He will be buried with his wife Belle at the New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery in Boscawen, NH
Arrangements are under the care of the William F. Smart Sr. Memorial Home of Tilton.
Those wishing may make memorial contributions in Bill's name to the "Bus Fund", Peabody Home, 24 Peabody Place, Franklin, NH 03235 or to the charity of one's choice.
For more information go to www.smartfuneralhome.com
Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 October 2013 07:54