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Age83, passed away peacefullyonJuly
26th in Needham. He wasadevoted
husbandtohis wifeof57years,Mary
Kay, and aloving father and role model
to his fivechildren, Gerry, Chris,Mar-
garet, Tom, andLiz and theirspouses
Ronna, Laura, Charles,Alex,and Steve.
He was aproudgrandfatherofTucker
(predeceased), Kyle, Ben,Caitlyn, Noah,
James, Bridget, Hugo,William, Helena,
and Evan.Hewas afaithful Catho-
lic and committedmember of Saint
Joseph’sParishin Needham.
Gerrywas born in NewHaven,
CT on November 11, 1935 to Rose
Shanahanand Gerald Murray.Hewas
predeceasedby his belovedbrother,
John. Gerrywas agraduate of Yale Uni-
versityand Harvard Business School.
He served in the ArmyReserve. During
his businesscareer he worked forATT,
Xerox, and Motorola. He traveledexten-
sively around the world and retired as
VicePresidentand GeneralManager of
the InternationalDivisionofMotorola
Information SystemsGroup at the age
of 59.
Gerryhad manyinterests. He
loved art, music, sports, andthe great
outdoors. He collectedantique books
and Japaneseart.Heloved music from
enjoyed crosscountryskiing,hiking,
running,golfing,juggling, and tending
the woodlands of his vacation homein
NH. He liked to challengehimselfwith
extreme adventures such as skydiving,
mountain and ice climbing.But above
all was his dedicationtohis family.
VisitingHours will be heldinthe
Eaton FuneralHome,1351 Highland
Avenue, NEEDHAM,onFriday,August
9thfrom4to 7pm.AMass of Christian
Burialwillbecelebrated at Saint
JosephChurch, 1362HighlandAvenue,
Needham,on Saturday, August 10th at
10am. In lieuofflowers,pleasemakea
memorial gifttothe Alzheimer’s Asso-
ciation( Forobit,directions or
to share amemory of Gerry, please visit

MURRAY, Gerald J. Jr.

EatonFuneral Home
781-444-0 201


Former MassachusettsState
PoliceDetective Captain
WilliamA. Miller died in
Warrenton, Virginia, August2,2019.
He was 91.
Bornin 1927to Jamesand Lillian
Miller,hewas raised in Brookline. After
service in theU.S.NavyinWorldWar II
he returnedto graduate fromBrookline
High School. He beganhis career in
BrooklinePolice Departmentand rose
to detective lieutenantinspectorbefore
moving to theMassachusettsState
Police, where he rose tocaptain ofde-
tectives. He laterservedfor more than a
decadeascorporateheadofsecurity for
HismarriagetoJune M. Higgins of
Brooklineenduredfor 59 yearsuntil
herdeath in 2010.He is survived by
threechildrenand twograndchil-
FuneralHome,376 Washington St.,
BROOKLINE. Visiting Hours will
be held in thefuneral homefrom
4:00-7:00pm Friday,August9,and a
FuneralMassheldinSt. Mary of the
Assumption Churchat 11:00onSatur-
day. Interment WalnutHillsCemetery.


Of Dedham, formerly
of Roslindale,August4,

  1. Belovedhusbandof
    Grace(DelMonaco). Devoted father
    of Caroline Donoian andher husband
    Bill Aitken of DedhamandPasquale
    Scialoiaand hiswifeKathleen of Hyde
    Park. Loving grandfatherofChristina,
    Vincent, Kasey,Domenic,and Jack.
    Late U.S. Army Vietnam Veteran. Mem-
    ber of the DedhamKnights of Colum-
    bus #234, and theDedham American
    Legion Post #18.
    Funeral from theGeorge F. Doherty
    &SonsWilson-Cannon Funeral Home,
    456 High St., DEDHAM,onSaturday,
    Funeral Mass at St.Mary’sChurch,
    Dedhamat10am.Relativesand friends
    kindly invited. VisitingHours on Friday,
    August9th from4-8pm. Relatives and
    friendskindly invited. IntermentSt.
    JosephCemetery, West Roxbury. In
    lieuofflowers, donationsmay be made
    in Domenico’s memory to the Stanley
    Tippett Home,920 South St., Needham,
    MA 02492. Fordirectionsandguest-


GeorgeF.Doherty &Sons
Dedham781326 0500


Diedpeacefully in his sleepat homeon
August2,2019, at the ageof95.
Jane and Martha; son-in-law,Michael
Weinstein; grandchildren, Ben
Kaufman,Nate Kaufmanand Jaya
Falk, and MaxWeinstein;and sister
and brother-in-law, Sybiland Donald
Goldenand theirchildren;and Kofi
Adarkwah and PascalKawurakewho
caredlovingly for Bernieduringhis
final years,and to whomhis family is
forever grateful.
Bernie waspredeceasedby his wife
of 57 years, DorisSiegelMatlaw, and
his longtime companion, ZionaKaplan-
Bernie grewupinNew Haven, CT,
and graduated fromUConn with ade-
gree in business.Duringhis sophomore
year,heenlistedinthe armyand served
as amedic in theBattle of Okinawa,and
was later stationed in Korea. He mar-
ried hiscollege sweetheart Dorisin
1948,and forthe next 40 years, they
ranthe Siegel Shop,awomen’sapparel
store. Bernie and Doris were founding
Upon his retirement,Berniecontin-
uedhis hobbies: gardening,roller-blad-
ing, golfing,and swimming daily; and
playingonrugs,inpools,and on streets
withhis grandchildren.Hecontinued
to follow his beloved Bostonsports
teams, but those took abackseatto
UConnwomen’s andmen’s basketball.
Bernie alsovolunteeredfor manyyears
as aLemon Lawarbitrator for theState
of Connecticut.Bernie maintainedan
extensive network of lifelongfriend-
brothersfrom PhiEpsilon Pi,friendshe
and Doriscultivated throughout their
marriage,and for the pastseven years,
the friendshe madeatThe McAuley.
Above all, Berniewas appreciated for
his personal style,his senseofhumor,
and hisability to tell agoodjoke.
AMemorialServiceand shiva are
scheduledfor Monday,August12, at
1pm, at Beth El Temple, 2626Albany
Ave.,WestHartford, CT 06117. In lieu
of flowers, pleasesenddonations to
MandellJCC, 335BloomfieldAve.,West
Hartford, CT 06117, JewishVocational
Service, 75 Federal St., Boston,MA
02110,orMe2 Orchestra, 85 E. Newton
Street, Boston,MA02118.

Age82, of Somerville, August4,2019.
Beloved wife of thelateGeraldF.
McCarthy. Lovingdaughter of the late
Margaret(Fleming)and LeoV.Scanlan.
DearsisterofRoseMarie Scanlanof
Somerville, Jean Morrison and her
husbandErnestofBrockton, Claire
MaestriofBurlingtonand her late hus-
bandRobert,the late PeggyStronach
and her husbandClifford. Also survived
by many cherished nieces, nephews,
great-nieces and nephews. Relatives
and friendsare invited to attend Calling
Hours at the GeorgeL.DohertyFuneral
Home, 855 Broadway(Powder House
Sq.), SOMERVILLE, Mondaymorning
9-10:30 am followed by aFuneralMass
in St.Ann Church, Somervilleat11:
am. Interment private. Retired long-
timeemployee NewEngland Telephone
and member of Telephone Pioneers. In
lieu of flowers, donations maybemade
in Eileen’snametoAlzheimer’s Associa-
tion, 309WaverlyOaks Rd.,Waltham,
MA.For more informationplease visit

McCARTHY, EileenT.


George L. Doherty FuneralService
Somerville, MA

OfNewton,diedpeacefullyinher home
surrounded by herloving family on
August6.She was bornin Arce,Italyin

  1. She emigratedtoFrance in 1957,
    andthenimmigrated to the United
    Statesin 1970 where shebecame an
    American citizen. Shewas the beloved
    wifeofAntonio D. Ricci,loving mother
    of Daniela and her husbandAngelo
    Boccia of Belmont, Luigiand his wife
    Linda Ricci of Milford.Francescaalso
    leavesbehindher sisters MariaCorsetti
    of Meriden,CTand Anita DiDucaof
    Waltham, herbrother,BernardoDiDino
    of Newton.Cherishedgrandmotherof
    Marco,Caileigh, Colton, Jaclyn, Eric
    and Laura. Devoted great-grandmother
    of Elena,Serenaand Dominic. Visit-
    ing Hourswillbeheldatthe Andrew
    J. Magni&Son FH, 365 Watertown
    St., NEWTON,onSat., Aug. 10 from
    9-11:30am.ACelebration of Francesca’s
    Lifewillfollow on thesameday at
    Our Lady Help of ChristiansChurch,
    573 Washington St., Newton, at 12
    Noon. Entombmentatthe Newton
    Cemetery, 791 WalnutSt.,Newton. In
    lieuofflowers, donationscanbemade
    in Francesca’s name to the Pulmonary
    FibrosisFoundation,230 East OhioSt.,
    Suite 500, Chicago, IL 60611.

RICCI, Francesca(DiDino)

Andrew J. Magni&Son FH

OfNatick, formerly of Brookline en-
tered intorestonAugust 6, 2019 at the
age of 86. Belovedhusband of Barbara
(Levine) Yarckinfor 58years. Loving
fatherofJeffreyYarckin andhis wife
Liana, WendyKraft andher husband
Daniel,SherylWhite and her husband
Daniel.Cherished grandfatherofJessie,
Ali,Rachel, Matt,Jake, Brandon,Joey,
Rebecca, andZac.DearbrotherofAlvin
Yarckinand SandraSilverman and
their families.
Edwin was aself-employed electri-
cal contractor. He wasapassionate
collector of antiques andclassiccars.
Astellar athlete, he was captain of the
as well as amulti-yearchampiontennis
playeratSudbury RiverTennisClub
and FairwayTennis Club.Edwin com-
pleted aproudand faithful serviceto
the US Army from1955-1957. He was
alongtimemember of TempleIsrael of
Natick. Hiswarmth, easygoing nature,
wit,and magnetic personality will be
greatly missed.
Funeral services willbeheldat
StanetskyMemorialChapel, 475
WashingtonStreet, CANTON on Friday,
August9at11:00am.Burial at Sharon
Memorial Park,120 CantonStreet,
Sharon. Followingburial, memorial
observance will be at Wendyand Dan’s
homeuntil 5:30pmand onMonday,
August12from 5:00-8:00pm.
In lieuofflowers, remembrances
maybemadetothe AmericanMacular
Degeneration Foundation, http://www.
macular.orgorthe Centerfor Dementia


Levine Chapels

Age87years, died on August5,2019.
Belovedhusband of the late A. Marie
(Lynch). He leaves hischildren, Ronald
T. RussoofWrentham;Diane M.
Booher andhusband Mark Booherof
Westborough; Steven A. Russo and wife
AnneChristie of Hampton,CT. His
grandson,JeremyBooher,and wife,
BetsyWilliams, are newlysettled in
Christchurch, NewZealand.Prede-
ceased by hisson,RandallP.Russo.It
was hishonortoserve for 28 years as
apolice officer in Newton,Massa-
chusetts, thecitywherehewas born
and lived formostofhis life.Calling
Hoursare Saturday, August10, from
10:30 a.m. to11:30 a.m. at Burke&
Blackington Funeral Home,1479Wash-
ington Street, WESTNEWTON,MA.
beginningatnoon, at the NewtonCem-
etery, 791WalnutSt.,Newton Centre.



Of Cambridge, retired
CambridgeFire Dept.
Entered peacefully into
eternal rest on August6th, 2019.
thelateF.Patricia (Daley).Devoted
father of Edward Morrissey,CFD and
hiswife TheresaofMedford;Brian
Morrissey,NFD and his wife Kathyof
Nashua, NH;and RobertMorrissey
CFDand hiswifeCherylofBillerica.
Cherished grandfatherofEdward III,
John andJosephof Medford; Kerry,
BrianJr.,Andrew, Kevin, andColleen
of Nashua,NH; Christina, Shawnand
PatrickofBillericaand two“honorary
grandsons,”Christopherand James
Marceau of Laconia, NH.Brotherof
the late Lawrenceand RobertMorris-
sey. Brother-in-lawofAnn Morrissey
of Nashua,NHand AnnDelaney of
Melrose.Alsosurvived by many nieces
andnephews. Late WWII Navy veteran.
Funeralfromthe KeefeFuneral Home,
on Saturdayat9a.m. Funeral Mass
in SaintMary’sChurch,Cambridgeat
10 a.m.Relativesand friendsinvited.
Visiting HoursFriday 4-8p.m.Burial
in MountAuburnCemetery,Cam-
bridge with MilitaryHonors. In lieuof
flowers, donations maybemadetothe
charity of yourchoice. Fordirections
or to send an online condolencevisit


Of Dorchester,onAugust6,2019.
BelovedwifeofEdward H. Sullivan.
Loving mother of Edward&his wife
Kathryn SullivanofCT, James &his
wifeMaureen Sullivan of Plymouth,
Maureen &her husbandMark Delorey
of Weymouth,Eileen&her husband
Christian VanDerslice of Braintree,
Julie &her husband Arthur Perham
of Weymouth,Joseph &his wife
LeannSullivan of Westwood, and the
late Paul Sullivan. Cherished sister of
Francis Maloney of Quincy &the late
Mary McGovern,John Maloney,and
RitaFleming.Adoring grandmother
of 18 grandchildren.Beloved aunt of
many nieces and nephews. Visiting
Hours at the John J. O’Connor &Son
FuneralHome,740 Adams St.(near
Gallivan Blvd.), DORCHESTER, Friday
from 4-8pm. FuneralMass at St.Ann’s
Church,Neponset, Saturday morn-
ingat10o’clock.Relatives &friends
arerespectfully invited. In lieuof
flowers,donations maybemade in
memory of Ruth to St.John Paul II
Catholic Academy,239 NeponsetAve.,
Dorchester, MA 02122. Interment in
St.Joseph Cemetery,WestRoxbury.For
directions&expressions of sympathy,




Of West Roxbury, August
4, 2019. DistrictFireChief
(BFDRet). Belovedhusband
of Helen M. (Burke). Loving fatherof
Kathleen Lopezand herhusbandJohn
of Charlestown, JosephRorkeand
Deborah of Westford, DonnaBradley
and her husband Michaelof Natick,
Maureen Martin of Needham,and the
late Eileen Kirby.Devotedgrandfather
of Steven,Diana,and ElizabethBradley,
Rorke, Brian, Sean and Joseph Martin
Bradley. Brother of thelateRev.Wil-
liam T. Rorke. Also survivedbymany
nieces and nephews. ProudVeteran US
Navy WWIIandKorea,DistrictFire
ChiefBFD,Assistant Fire Marshall. Vis-
itingHoursatthe William J. Gormley
FuneralHome,2055 Centre St., WEST
ROXBURY,Monday, August12thfrom
10-11am.followed by aFuneral Mass
in Holy Name Church at 11:30am.
Relatives andfriendsinvited. Interment
St.JosephCemetery. In lieu of flowers,
donationsmay be madein his nameto Fordirections

RORKE, JosephFrancis

WilliamJ.Gormley FuneralService
617-323- 8600

SALYARDS, Phyllis(Pearce)

Age84, of Sandwich,MAand formerly
of Hendon,UK&Pitcairn, PA,passed
away afterabrief illness on August
3rd, 2019.Phyllis attended schoolin
London,England and it was in 1954
where she mether future husband and
lifelong partner, Charles Salyards,while
he was stationedataNavalBaseduring
the Korean Conflict. They married in
1955and beganawonderful lovestory
thatlasted 56 years.
Phyllisworked in theInsurance
Industryand wasawaitress formany
years. She was alsoahomemaker.Phyl
was all about people.She hadawon-
derfulsenseofhumor,loved talking
and gettingtoknow people andhad a
wonderful proper British accentfor all
to enjoy.She wasquick to offerfriend-
shiptoanyone who wanted afriend.
She was afantasticcook and lover of
anythingEnglish. She was veryproud
of her heritage andalsoproudwhen
she becameaNaturalizedAmerican
Citizenin2003 at aceremony in Fa-
neuil Hall MarketplaceinBoston. She
was adevotedand proud Nana to her
5grandchildren andloved spending
timeinPlymouth with the Pearce clan.
She cherishedher dailyphone callwith
AuntPeteaswellashaving lunches
withher friends from Highviewand her
niece Joanne.
Phyllisleaves behindason,Chip
Salyards,his wife,Wendeand5loving
grandchildren,Kylie, Logan, Paityn,
Cole andTrent,all of Hopkinton, MA.
She also leaves behind acaring, lov-
ing and devoted sister-in-law, Jeanne
Pearce of Plymouth, MA,awonderful
brother-in-law,John Salyards of Marco
Island, FL.and manynieces,nephews,
friendsas wellasher extendedfamily
in the Pittsburgh area.
Shewas predeceased by herhusband,
Charles, her brother,Leslie Pearce, her
sister, Edna Ruffoand hersister-in-law
Aprivate memorialservice will be
held on August15thand shewill be
interredatthe MassachusettsNational
Cemetery in Bourne, MA with her
Donations in her memorymay
be madeto RHCI(SpauldingRehab
Hospital), 311ServiceRoad, East
Sandwich,MA02537, spauldingrehab.
Foronlineguestbookand directions

Age74, of Greenwood, IN,formerly of
Everett,MA, passed away on August
7, 2019.Servicesprivately underthe
arrangement of SimplicityFuneral&
CremationCare, INDIANAPOLIS, IN.


SimplicityFuneral &Cremation Care
317-882- 0772

Of West Roxbury,August6,2019.
Belovedhusband of Rosalie (Esposito).
Loving fatherofMichelle Saniukand
her husband Edward of Plympton,
KerryNivison of NY,Julie Constant
and herhusband Paul of Londonderry,
NH. Devoted grandfather of James,
David,Sean, Ryan, Joseph, Edwardand
Matthew. BrotherofFrancis McManus
andThomas McManus.Also survived
by many nieces and nephews.Retired
Operator for theMBTALocal 589.
Funeralfromthe William J. Gormley
FuneralHome,2055 Centre St., WEST
9am.followed by aFuneralMass in St.
Theresa Church at 10 o’clock.Visiting
Hours Friday,3-7 pm. Relatives and
friendsinvited. Interment Mt.Benedict
Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations
maybemade in hisnametoHebrew
SeniorLife Hospice, 80 NewbridgeWay,
Dedham,MA 02026. Fordirections and


William J. Gormley FuneralService
617-323- 8600

MUSE,JuneP. (Johnson)

Of Stoneham, passed away on Tuesday,
August6,2019atthe ageof86.
Beloved wifeofthe late RobertMuse.
Devotedmotherof Steven Muse and
his wife Margie of Canaan, NewYork,
SharonPierceandher husbandJames
of StonehamandRocky Muse and
his wife Mary of Noble, Oklahoma.
Cherished grandmother of Joel Muse,
LauraHeaney, DanielleLeClair,Jen-
nah Ventetuolo,SeanBrown, Jesse
Brown and Ryan McCauley and nine
great-grandchildren. Beloved daughter
of the late Chester P. and Phyllis (Mor-
rell) Johnson. Loving sisterofthe late
RobertS.Johnsonand hislatewife
Kayand lovingaunttomanynieces
and nephews. Familyand friendsare
cordially invitedtogatherand share
memories withJune’sfamily in the
Barile Family FuneralHome,482 Main
St.(Rt.28),STONEHAM, on Friday,
August9,2019from10am to 12pm.A
FuneralService willbeheldimmedi-
atelyfollowingthe visitation in the
funeral home at 12pm.Intermentwill
be in LindenwoodCemetery,Stoneham.
donation in June’s MemorytoBeacon
Hospice, 529 Main St., Charlestown,
MA 02129.For information, directions
and to leaveanonlinecondolence and forfurther
Barile Family Funeral Home
Celebrating Life-Sharing Memories
781.438. 2280






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