Paul Cormier

1961  -  2010

Paul Cormier, 49 of Royalston MA, died Wednesday afternoon, December 15th at home surrounded by family, after a battle with lung cancer. Son of Philias and Devita Cormier, Paul was born on July 28, 1961 in Canada. He grew up on “French Hill” and moved to Royalston with his family in 1987.

He was employed by United Solutions in Leominster for 13 years, until his illness forced him to retire. He was an avid fisherman who spent countless hours fishing and ice fishing or just hanging out with his family on Laurel Lake in Fitzwilliam NH. He will be sadly missed by his high school sweetheart and loving wife of 28 years, Patricia (Moore) Cormier and two daughters, Jennifer Fowler and Crystal Shotwell. A grandson 4yr old Tyson Thomas Trimel. A new granddaughter, 17 day old Madisyn Laurel Shotwell and another grandchild due in July. Three step grandchildren, Lauren, Ulysses (Bucky) and Derek Fowler. He also leaves his parents, Philias and Devita Cormier. Two brothers and two sisters, Victor Cormier, Roger Cormier, Bertha Braneff and Kathy Cormier. His mother-in-law, Irene Moore. 
Burial was in Jonas Alliene Cemetery, Royalston.


Mark A. Walker

1960 - 2007

Mark A. Walker, 46, of 543 Clark St., Gardner, died on Thursday, Nov. 1, in Gardner.

 Mr. Walker was born in Fitchburg on Dec. 28, 1960, son of Warren and Velma (Hughes) Walker. He lived in Fitchburg for more than 20 years before moving to Gardner a year ago. Mark was a member of the Iron Worker's Union Local # 7. He was also a member of St. Mark's Church in Leominster and the Rod & Gun Club in Gardner.

He is survived by three brothers, Gerald A. Walker of Newark, Del., George N. Walker of Plymouth and Frederick E. Walker of Brockton; a sister, Robin A. Haywood of Michigan; three nieces and two nephews. 

The funeral service was held in St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Leominster. Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery in Leominster.


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