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Richard Meunier

Richard L. Meunier, 82, of Leesburg, FL passed away on October 11, 2021. He was born on September 20, 1939 in Waterville, Maine, the son of Alfred and Jeannette (Dupree) Meunier. He graduated from Westfield State College. He served proudly in the U.S. Marine Corps and was honorably discharged in 1966. He was a member of the Enfield, CT Police Department for 33 years and retired as a Lieutenant in the Detective Division in July, 2000.
LEESBURG, FL
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Rye Rivet – Blackstone

Rye Rivet, 63, of Blackstone, Mass., died unexpectedly September 25, 2021, at home. Born to John P. Maloney and Rita V. Maloney, she was a lifelong resident of Blackstone. She is survived by her husband, and caregiver, Gerry Rivet, of 39 years; daughters Sarah Rivet and partner, Scott Staples, of Blackstone, Jennifer Rivet and fiance, Jeff Davis of Webster, Mass., and Jessica Rivet of Framingham, Mass.; her grandchildren Desiree, Mackenzie, and Chassidy Peloquin, only grandson Aiden Hunter; grandpups Booger and Jemma; stepgrandchildren Madi and Owen Davis, and Brittany and Kayla Staples; her sister, Mary Ferguson, and husband, Harry, of Milford, Mass., brothers Larry Maloney and wife, Judy, of Blackstone, Peter Maloney of Idaho. She was predeceased by her sister Madonna O’Brien and brother John Maloney. She is also survived by her aunt, Patricia Murphy, as well as many cousins, nieces, and nephews.
BLACKSTONE, MA
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Dorothy DeVoti, 84, of Sheffield

Dorothy DeVoti, 84, of Sheffield, died peacefully Friday, Aug. 27, 2021, with her family by her side. Dorothy grew up in Hell’s Kitchen on 9th Avenue in Manhattan, a place she loved, surrounded by her extensive Italian family and all the interest of NYC at a time when kids could play on the streets and explore. She began her working life as an executive secretary in the import-export business. In 1960, she met William DeVoti, and in three months they were married. Together, they had three children; in the midst of this, in 1968, they moved to Sheffield, where they built a house and a beautiful life together. She was a real homesteader, raising goats and children, gardening, and making abundant meals for her family, visiting poets, and friends. She also served on the Sheffield Library Committee.
SHEFFIELD, MA
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