Warriors leave it all on the ice; fall to Winchester in D2 tourney...

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Published in the February 28, 2018 edition By DAN PAWLOWSKI WOBURN — There’s something about knowing you gave it everything you’ve got that can help you overcome even the toughest defeat. That’s not to say the Warriors won’t be hurting after their 2-0 loss to Winchester in the preliminary round of the Div. 2 tournament on Monday night, but when they stepped off the ice for the final time this season, that pain and exhaustion hopefully turned into pride; something that the Wakefield faithful were surely feeling after this one. “They scratched and clawed all year to get here and their effort was unbelievable,” said head coach Kory Falite. “They’ve worked so hard. It’s awesome to see where we came from two years ago to now.” Now, is code for the tournament, a place...

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Henry A. Cutting, 76

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Veteran of the Vietnam War, received Purple Heart Published in the February 28, 2018 edition MALDEN — Henry A. “Hank” Cutting, 76, a longtime resident of Malden, passed away peacefully at home on Saturday, February 24, 2018. Henry was born in Quincy on November 3, 1941, one of three children of the late Henry A. and Anne (Ready) Cutting. Raised in Randolph, Hank was a graduate of Archbishop Williams where he excelled as a student-athlete. In his senior year while washing windows, he met a fellow student, Judy Forti, who offered to buy him an ice cream. They fell in love, were married on December 28, 1963, and started a family of three in Malden. Following high school, Hank attended Holy Cross where he played football and received a degree in Education. At Holy...

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Rosemarie E. Mercurio, 81

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Devout catholic, active at St. Joseph and St. Florence Published in the February 28, 2018 edition WAKEFIELD — Rosemarie E. Mercurio, 81, of Wakefield died peacefully on Tuesday, February 27, 2018 surrounded by her daughters after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. Born in Boston on June 4, 1936, she was the daughter of the late George F. and Vincenza (Faretra) DeGregorio. Mrs. Mercurio was raised in East Boston and was a graduate of Fiten High School in East Boston. A devout catholic, she taught CCD at St. Joseph Parish and St. Florence Parish, was a Eucharistic Minister and was involved in St. Joseph Church Conquistadors. Mrs. Mercurio had worked many years as a hairdresser and was a member of the Wakefield Bowling League and the Wakefield Garden Club. She also enjoyed spending time in...

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James T. McManus, 77

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Enjoyed basketball, golf, and time at Pine Terrace Published in the February 28, 2018 edition MELROSE — James T. McManus, 77, passed away at his home in Melrose on February 24, 2018. Jim was raised in Woburn and graduated from Woburn High School in 1958. He then went on to honorably serve in the Army as a Cannoneer at Ft. Sill, where he boasted no one successfully invaded Oklahoma during his tour. Upon discharge, he returned to Massachusetts where he entered the elevator industry and became a licensed elevator constructor. Later, he became an elevator inspector, a job he held for the city of Boston as well as the state of Massachusetts until his retirement in 2002. Throughout his life he continued to be active in sports and every week played basketball for over...

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