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The Valley Breeze Cumberland Lincoln 07-11-2019

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30 CUMBERLAND / LINCOLN / OBITUARIES JULY 11-17, 2019 | VALLEY BREEZE | CUMBERLAND LINCOLN EDITION Ralph R. Clifford, 76, of Cumberland, passed away peacefully on July 5, at Oakland Grove Health Center. He is the beloved husband for 54 years of Dorothy B. (MacDonald) Clifford. He is the loving father of Pamela J. Latour of North Smithfield, and Gary S. Clifford of Manville. He leaves his cherished grandchil- dren Brandon and Sean Clifford, and great-granddaughter Marley Rae Clifford. He is the brother of Priscilla Evans. Ralph was a resident of Cumberland, formerly of Blackstone and Bellingham, Mass., and worked as a data analyst at Raytheon for 38 years until retiring in 1998. Ralph was an avid bowler and golfer, raised birds and enjoyed trips to Twin River Casino. Devoted to his family, Ralph will be greatly missed. His funeral service was held July 10, in Cartier's Funeral Home, 151 South Main St. (Route 126), Bellingham, Mass. Interment fol- lowed at the Blackstone Cemetery, Blackstone, Mass. To sign guest book, visit www.cartiersfuneralhome.com . CLIFFORD Jennifer L. Mailloux Jennifer L. Mailloux, 45, of North Providence and formerly of Lincoln, passed away peace- fully at home July 2 surrounded by her loving family after a lengthy battle with cancer. Born in Woonsocket, a beloved daughter of Louise M. (Lambert) Mailloux of North Providence and the late Albert R. Mailloux, she had lived in Lincoln for many years before moving to North Providence last year. Jenn was a realtor for 15 years, and for the past four years, she had worked at Keller-Williams in Lincoln. She was a member of the Northern Rhode Island Board of Realtors. She previously worked as a hairdresser. She was a 1992 graduate of Lincoln High School. Besides her beloved mother, she is survived by her loving sister and brother, Christina Mailloux and her husband, Noel Lopez, of North Providence, and Timothy Mailloux of Attleboro, Mass.; her loving nieces and nephews, Giselle "Gigi" and Ricardo "Rico" Lopez, and Gabrielle "Gabby" and Robert "Bobby" Mailloux; and several aunts, uncles and cousins. Her funeral will be held today, Thursday, July 11, at 9:30 a.m., from Bellows Funeral Chapel, 160 River Road, Lincoln, with a Mass of Christian Burial at 11 a.m., in St. Ambrose Church, 191 School St., Albion. Burial will follow in St. Jean- Baptiste Cemetery, Bellingham, Mass. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Jenn's memory to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, P.O. Box 849168, Boston, MA 02284-9168 would be appreciated. For directions and guest book, visit www.bellowsfuneralchapel.com . MAILLOUX Richard M. 'Dick' Stanley Richard M. "Dick" Stanley, 84, passed away on July 2 in the Hopkins Manor, North Providence. He was the beloved hus- band of Dorothy I. (Waskiel) Stanley, they have been mar- ried for the past 63 years. Born in Providence, he was the son of the late Henry and Alma (Reddington) Stanley. He resided in Lincoln for more than 50 years. He was employed by the former Star Gas Company of Pawtucket for many years. He was a member of the Local 251 Teamsters, East Providence. Dick was an avid boater and could often be found in his younger years on the waters of Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire. He also spent his free time caring for his well-manicured yard and waxing his cars. He also enjoyed downtime in his hot tub and kayaking and could be found on the Narrow River, North Kingstown. He and his wife enjoyed Galilee and trips to Iggy's in Narragansett. He could also be found daily walking in Lincoln Woods. Dick was also an avid Patriots fan. Along with his wife he is survived by one son, David R. Stanley, and his wife, Donna, of Lincoln; two daugh- ters Donna A. Walker and her hus- band, Ronald, of Lincoln, and Diane Bzowski and her husband, Carl, of North Carolina; one brother, Wayne Stanley of Charlestown; one sister, Patricia Lilly of Warwick; two grand- children Chelsea and Brandon Walker. Dick's Life Celebration was held July 5 in the J. J. Duffy Funeral Home, 757 Mendon Road, Cumberland. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to the Alzheimer's Association Rhode Island Chapter, 245 Waterman St. #306, Providence, RI 02906. For the guestbook, visit jjduffyfuner- alhome.com . STANLEY Free parks program begins LINCOLN – Lincoln's annual free summer park program kicked off this week with an array of activities intended to inspire children to play creatively outdoors. Lincoln's Parks and Recreation Department, headed by Director Alan Moreau and Assistant Director Scott Winslow, offers a supervised program, free of cost, for Lincoln children in grades 1-8. The program runs weekdays through Aug. 8 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. To participate, parents or guard- ians simply accompany their child to their neighborhood park during the week to fill out a registration form. The form asks guardians to indicate whether their child has permission to come and go as they please, or whether they must remain at the park until they're picked up. Forms are also available at Town Hall. There will be programming at each of the town's parks excluding Fairlawn Park, which is closed for the season as it undergoes a full reconstruction. While there is no cost to register for the playground program, certain field trips will require a fee and a permission slip. Upcoming activities include a soc- cer tournament today, July 11, and a trip to USA Skates this Friday, July 12. The following week's activities include tie-dye day, wacky, wet and wild day, a kickball tournament and trips to the PawSox and Yawgoo Valley Ski Area's water park. The full calendar of activities is available on the town of Lincoln Parks and Recreation's Facebook page. On set summer evenings, people of all ages are also invited to Chase Farm Park for the town's free Summer Concert Series, which began on June 22 with a show by the Jessie Liam Band. The series will continue this Saturday, July 13, at 4:30 p.m. with a performance by South Bound Band. Whiskey Rhode will perform on Aug. 3, followed by Next Stop Band on Aug. 24. Each of the concerts features an assortment of more than a dozen food trucks. Paint the moon at Lincoln Library Monday LINCOLN – Kids ages 6 and older are invited to the Lincoln Public Library, 145 Old River Road, on Monday, July 15, at 2 p.m., to paint the moon. Participants will use crushed alumi- num foil and a mixture of paint col- ors to give a textured effect. They'll finish by filling the black paper back- ground with painted stars. Supplies will be provided for all craft projects. Space is limited and registration is required. Children who attend the event must be participat- ing in the summer reading program. Register at www.lincolnlibrary.com . Music at the Monastery welcomes The Deloreans CUMBERLAND – The sec- ond concert for the Cumberland Public Library's 5th annual Music at the Monastery series will be The Deloreans, on Thursday, July 18, at 6:30 p.m. The concert series provides a free opportunity to hear local bands and musicians on the front lawn between the library and the Porter's Lodge on the Monastery Grounds, 1464 Diamond Hill Road. The Deloreans is a group of six musicians who specialize in music throughout the decades. The final concert of the series will take place on Thursday, Aug. 15, when the Jesse Liam Band will be returning for the fifth time. For more information, contact Aaron Coutu at 401-333-2552, ext. 2, or acoutu@cumberlandlibrary.org . IN BRIEF Ralph R. Clifford www.healyphysicaltherapy.com 2295 Diamond Hill Rd. 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