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Obituaries

Leo Lalancette, 1925-2022

Essex man met future president John F. Kennedy while serving in navy

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Virginia "Ginnie" Gude, 2022

South Burlington woman's home was always open to others, loved entertaining and traveling

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Guy Leadbetter, Jr, 1926-2022

Family always came first for well-known surgeon

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Margaret M. Lefebvre, 1959-2022

Mother and health care provider found joy in simple pleasures

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Dian Mueller, 1960-2022

Burlington woman was supporter of Abenaki community, advocated for justice and equality for all

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Kenneth Graves, 1936-2022

Wrentham man completed many marathons and was fascinated by genealogy

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David LeFebvre, 1949-2022

Lifelong athlete went to nationals twice with slow-pitch softball teams

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Florence Wisener, 1945-2022

Wife, mother, friend and education professional touched the hearts of many

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Paul Maynard Jr., 1950-2022

Lifelong Burlingtonian was awarded several medals for his Army service

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Lawrence Dumas, 1944-2022

Long-serving member of the Vermont Army National Guard lived life to the fullest

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Marilou Estacio, 1960-2022

The heart of the Dutch Mill Family Restaurant made the world a better place

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Mary Helen Flower, 1924-2022

Proud lifelong Woodstock resident was a loving mother and grandmother who gave back to her community

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Joseph Cafferky, 1957-2022

South Burlington man loved motorcycling, family and friends

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Mary Susan Voigt, 1951-2022

Mother, homemaker, nurturer, educator and friend would light up the room everywhere she went

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Paul Lafayette, 1950-2022

Founder of Lafayette Painting was a Burlington city councilor and two-time mayoral candidate who took pride in his work for the city

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Audrey Jean Arnold, 1930-2022

South Burlington woman directed the Vermont Association of Mental Health and cherished her role as a mother

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