1959 -- 2013
Donald J. Boucher, 54, of Leominster, died Friday,
December 6, 2013 from injuries sustained after being struck by an
automobile on Central Street in Leominster.
Donald was born in Leominster on April 7, 1959 the only son of the late
Henri and Regina (Gallant) Boucher. He worked in the Maintenance
Department for Simonds Saw and Steel and also for Mohawk Wire and Cable.
Donald loved meeting and spending time with his numerous friends at
Christopher's Pub and Fenwicks. Donald was a member of the St. Jean's
Club, the Eagles, and the Leominster Elks. He was well loved by all who
knew him, especially close family and friends. Donald enjoyed fishing
and going on cruises with his friends.
He is survived by his four sisters, Huguette Maillet, Nicole Buswell, Bernice Montalbano, Carole Richard; nieces
and nephews, Rachel and Gabriel Maillet, Christina Reschke, Paul
Montalbano, Melissa and Steven Richard, and Sabrina and Tracy Nowlan;
several great- nieces and nephews, aunts and uncles.
1960 -- 2015
Phillip J. Torcoletti, 54 years old of Leominster,
died on Friday, March 13, 2015 in HealthAlliance-Leominster Hospital.
He is survived by his sister Rita A. Bartlett and her husband Arthur of
Leominster, brother-in-law Ronald W. Kolb of Leominster, niece Kelley
Bruno and nephews Kyle Kolb, Travis Torcoletti and Nicholas Torcoletti,
grandnephew Matthew Bruno and many wonderful friends. He was predeceased
by brother Selmo M. Torcoletti in 2000, sister Domenica M. Kolb in 2009
and niece Kris K. Kolb in 1999.
Phillip was born in Leominster, on April 4, 1960, daughter of Selmo and
Madaline (Orsini) Torcoletti and was a lifelong resident. Phillip was a
retired Revenue Officer for the IRS.
1960 - 2007
Thomas M. Leger, 46, passed away April 24. from an
Born on Jan. 30, 1960, in Fitchburg, he was the son
of George and Lorraine Leger (Pelletier).
The , Leominster, will handle the funeral.
A carpenter by trade, he work for many years in the
He is survived by his mother, Lorraine Leger of
Leominster; his children, Tucker Leger and Shelby Leger, living in
Connecticut and his brothers Steven J., in California, and Rick Leger in
His father, George, had passed away in 1998.
Tom was buried in St. Joseph’s Cemetery at a private
Ural O. "Sissy" Austin, 48 years old, of 124 Water
Street, Leominster, died on Wednesday, February 11, 2009 in
HealthAlliance-Leominster Hospital after being stricken ill. She is
survived by her sister Judy B. Holdman of Tulsa, OK, 3 brothers John E.
Austin, Jr. of Leominster, Richmond Lewis Austin of Newington, CT and
Michael O. Austin of Leominster, 2 aunts Ann Stokes of Brooklyn, NY and
Livinia MacDaniels of Leavenworth, KS, several nieces and nephews. She
was predeceased by her parents John E. and Eddie Lee (Stokes) Austin,
Sr. and her brother Bruce Stokes.
Sissy was born in Germany on February 18, 1960,
and had lived in Leominster most of her life. She graduated from
Leominster High School in 1978 and also from Mt. Wachusett Community
College in Gardner. She had worked for the Department of Mental Health
and was a member of New Hope Community Church in Ayer.
Kevin R. Holman, 45, of 173 Oak Hill Road,
Fitchburg, formerly of Leominster, died Tuesday evening, Nov. 1, at UMass
Memorial Medical Center-Memorial Campus, Worcester.
He was born in Leominster on Feb. 25, 1960, the son
of Richard A. and Rolande M. (Perreault) Holman of Leominster. He had lived
in Fitchburg for the past seven years. Mr. Holman owned and operated a canteen truck in the
area for more than 20 years.
Kevin was buried in St. Cecelia's Cemetery Nov 4 2005.
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