Michael A. Catalfano
1953 -- 2015
Michael A. Catalfano, 61 years old, of Leominster, died Friday, April
24, 2015, after a lengthy illness with his wife, Stephanie by his side.
The oldest child of Anthony and the late Edith (Russo) Catalfano. He
served four years in the Army Reserves.
Mike began his career in the meat department of the former Victory
Supermarket as a butcher, subsequently becoming department manager.
After a few years he redirected his energy into sales, his true calling.
He worked for Swift Meat Packing Co., then Bozzuto's Inc. of Cheshire,
CT before given the opportunity as a partner to develop and run the beef
division of Century Packing Co., in Boston.
After several successful years, Mike "retired" to manage the commercial
rental property he and Stephanie had recently purchased. He also began
working as a broker for a local corrugated box company.
With more free time, Mike was able to enjoy following his children's
activities, and coaching various teams. Golf was a favorite pastime for
many years. He was a former member of Monoosnock C.C., Sterling National
C.C. and Deer Creek Golf Club in Deerfield Beach, FL, where he and
Stephanie spent many winters.
Mike loved being in Kennebunk Beach spending time with Stephanie.
Walking his dog, Sunny along the water, golfing at Webhannet, watching
the grandkids play and sipping a vodka martini with three blue cheese
olives at his brother's house were among his favorite things to do.
Besides his father, Mike leaves behind his devoted wife of 36 years,
Stephanie (Tata) Catalfano. His three loving children and their
families, of whom he was so proud. Michael A. Catalfano, Jr., his wife,
Kristin (Marsh) and children, Michael A. III, Hailey and William of
Hingham, Cayla Barnett, her husband, Rob and children, Vincent and Tessa
of Leominster, Lainie Catalfano, her fiancé, Matthew Simmons and his
son, Hayden of Boca Raton, FL; his siblings and their spouses, Linda
Parmenter (Mike); Anthony Catalfano (Steven Kapfhammer), Lana Seuss
(Steve), and Lori Brasili (Tim).
Mike also leaves his father-in-law, Larry Tata; nieces, nephews, and
many good friends.
He is already sadly missed.
1953 -- 2015
Mailloux, 61, of Leominster, died Thursday, March 19, 2015, in Life Care
Center of Leominster, after an illness.
survived by her husband, Roger R. Mailloux; her sons, Robert Mailloux
and Kris Mailloux, her mother, Margaret M. (Kelly) Young; and three
grandchildren. She was predeceased by her father, Alfred J. Young Jr.
She was born on August 4, 1953, in Boston, MA and was the daughter of
Alfred J. Young Jr. and Margaret M. (Kelly) Young. She was a graduate of
Leominster High School Class of 1971.
She was a member of St. Leo's Parish in Leominster.
Shirley M. Champagne 1953 -
1953 - 2009
"Patty" died Friday, March 27, 2009 in
her home after a 9 year battle with cancer. She is survived
by her husband of 19 years Johnny Brown, her daughter
Stephanie Turcotte, her son Neil Bergeron, her father Henry
Consalvo and her stepmother Evelyn Consalvo, her brothers
Kenneth Consalvo, Paul Consalvo and Ronald Consalvo; her
sisters Lorraine Cote, Denise DeFelice, Elaine Carroll, and
Michelle Lemay, her granddaughter Lily Grace Bergeron and
her dog Katie. She was predeceased by her mother Evelyn (LeBlanc)
Consalvo in 2007 and her brother Raymond Consalvo in 1981.
Patty was born in Leominster on March
17, 1953. She had been a letter carrier for the U.S. Postal
Service in Leominster, before retiring in 2005. She enjoyed
reading, traveling, riding motorcycles, going to the casinos
and family gatherings. She especially enjoyed spending time
with her granddaughter Lily and her dog Katie. Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery, Leominster.
1951 - 2008
Theresa M. Harris, 57, died Saturday, June 7, 2008 in her home
after a long illness. She was born January 26, 1951 in
Leominster, the daughter of Raymond and Pauline (Orr)
Tourigney. She was a supervisor at the former Sampson Ocean
Industries. She leaves her husband of 37 years, Leslie
L. Harris; her stepmother, Mavis Tourigney of Maine; two
sons, Matthew D. Harris, of Leominster and Timothy J. Harris
of Leominster; five brothers, Raymond Tourigney, David
Tourigney, Bob Tourigney, James Tourigney, all of RI and
Danny Tourigney of NH; a sister, Rose Trinque of NH; six
grandchildren, Christopher, Collin, Carter, Steven, Michael
and Andrew Harris and one great grandchild, Madison Harris.
She was predeceased by a brother, Samuel Tourigney and a
sister, Annette Barna. Burial was in Evergreen
Philip M. Tessier
1953 - 2006
Philip M. Tessier, 52, of 19
Margerie St., Fitchburg, died Sunday, April 9, in UMass Memorial
Medical Center - University Campus, Worcester, following an illness.
He was born in Leominster Sept. 18, 1953, the son of the
late Melvin and the late Lillian (Baker) Tessier.
Mr. Tessier was employed as an environmental coordinator for
environmental health and safety at M/AöCOM, a division of Tyco
Glenn B. Glenny
1952 - 2005
Glenn Bernard Glenny, 52, died
Sunday, Jan. 30, in Heywood Hospital, Gardner, after a short
He was born Aug. 16, 1952, in
Leominster, the son of the late Bernard “Bucky” and Dorothy (Senee)
He was a
machine operator for Avery-Dennison Company in Fitchburg for many
years before his retirement.
James F. Lorion, 52, of 91 Harvard
St., was stricken ill and died in his home unexpectedly on Sunday,
He was born in Fitchburg on March 6, 1953, the
son of the late Kenneth J. and Elizabeth J. (McInerney)
Lorion and lived in this area for most of his life.
Mr. Lorion was a Project Manager for the Seimens Technology
Co. in Canton, retiring in 2003, after many years.