Isabelle Colaneri, 93
ANDOVER | Isabelle (Lemaitre) Colaneri, 93, died Monday, Nov. 19, 2007 at the Caritas Holy Family Hospital, Methuen.
Longtime resident of Andover, daughter of George and Eva Lemaitre of Lawrence, and widow of Dr. Joseph E.M. Colaneri of Troy, N.Y.
She was the surviving sister of Camille Lemaitre Batal, Marcelle Lemaitre, and Alice Lemaitre, all of Methuen and Dr. George Lemaitre of Lawrence.
Mrs. Colaneri was a retired registered nurse and was trained at The Peter Bent Brigham Hospital Boston where she was named assistant to the director of nursing, a position she held and loved for many years.
She was the beloved mother of and is survived by Dr. Joseph L. Colaneri of Washington, Dr. Paul Colaneri, and his wife Laurie Sickles Colaneri of New Hampshire; and daughter, Marcelle I. Colaneri of Andover. She will remain in their hearts always with love, affection and respect.
ARRANGEMENTS: Funeral services will be private and held at West Parish Cemetery in Andover. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Kenneth H. Pollard Funeral Home, Inc., 233 Lawrence St. in Methuen.
Lola D'Angelo, 71
ANDOVER | Lola (Castle) D'Angelo, 71, of Andover, died Thursday, Nov. 15, 2007 at her residence in Andover.
She was born on July 21, 1936, in Lawrence, to Steven and Mary Lola (Reilly) Castle. Lola attended Andover schools, graduated from Nazareth Academy and graduated from Merrimack College in 1956.
She was a member of Lawrence Elks, Red Hat Association, and a former member of Lady Elks. Lola attended St. Joseph's Church in Andover.
Lola worked for the IRS in Andover as a tax examiner for 10 years and at Raytheon Corporation as a secretary from 1957 to 1972.
Mrs. D'Angelo is survived by her husband Gerald A. D'Angelo Sr. of Andover; daughter Diane M. D'Angelo of Melrose; son Gerald D'Angelo Jr. and his wife Judith of Methuen; one grandchild, David Samuel D'Angelo; and several nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews and cousins.
Isabelle Colaneri, 93
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Mildred A. Sheehan
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P. Hayden Clark, 93
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Paul C. Pennelli, 61
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Anne Wood Spaulding, 97
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Jack Berberian, 88
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Mrs. Shirley Ann (Foley) Foley, 79 Years
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Thomas Henry Simmonds, Jr., 83
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William K. Hannan, 97
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Donald E. Lundgren, 92
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William Russell, Jr., 82
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Frank Koza, 91
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Robert Dale Stevens Ph.D., 86
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Darcy Scudder Kirk
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Leo J. Gravell Sr., 90
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Mary L. (Martin) Foster, 67
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Mr. Charles W. Schmitt, 86
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