Doris T. O’Neil, 87

Jul 31, 2018 by

Published in the July 31, 2018 edition WAKEFIELD — Doris T. O’Neil, 87, of Wakefield, formerly of Lynnfield and Everett, died Monday, July 30 at the Brightview Senior Living Center in Wakefield. Born in Everett on September 3, 1930 she was the daughter of the late Walter and Bridget (Southwell) Seward. Mrs. O’Neil was raised in Everett and was a graduate of Immaculate Conception High School in Revere, Class of 1948. She had worked for many years as a secretary at American Mutual Insurance in Wakefield. She began her family in Everett before making the family home in Lynnfield in 1974. She also spent her summers at her Cape house in the Popponesset area of Mashpee; as well as enjoying time at Sebago Lake in Maine. Above all, Mrs. O’Neil cherished her role as...

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Eileen Phillion, 59

Jul 31, 2018 by

Published in the July 31, 2018 edition MELROSE — Eileen (Callahan) Phillion, 59, of Melrose, passed away at her home on July 20, 2018 surrounded by her family after a long courageous battle with cancer. Eileen was the devoted mother of Robert, Patricia, Dennis, William and Kevin Callahan. Born in Somerville, Eileen was the beloved daughter of the late Mary (Daly) Phillion and Joseph J. Phillion. She was the sister of Joseph A. Phillion and his wife Marti of Melrose, David Phillion and his wife Lisa of Medford, Ann Marie Phillion of Melrose, Barbara Jean Marullo and her husband Joseph of Wakefield, Stephen Phillion of Virginia, Joyce Griffin and her husband Jay of Stoneham, Ruth Cote and her husband Steven Cote of Stoneham, the late Rita (Phillion) Lopinsky of Stoneham and a loving grandmother...

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Published July 30, 2018

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Don’t fall for phony ‘IRS’ phone scam...

Jul 30, 2018 by

Published in the July 30, 2018 edition WAKEFIELD – Wakefield Police are reporting a surge in calls from residents who report receiving threatening recorded messages claiming to be from the IRS. Some of the calls threatens to file a lawsuit against the taxpayer. Police want residents to know that these calls are a scam and they should not respond to them in any way.  Police said that in recent years, thousands of people have lost millions of dollars and their personal information to tax scams and fake IRS communication. They offered the following tips to help people recognize scams. • The IRS does not initiate contact with taxpayers by email, text messages or social media channels to request personal or financial information. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. • The...

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Published in the July 30, 2018 edition

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