June Raymond, 89

Jul 11, 2019 by

Published July 12, 2019 MELROSE — June Raymond, 89, musician, nurse, seamstress, gardener, cook, golfer, mother, grandmother, and friend, died on June 27, 2019. Born and raised in Endicott, N.Y. with proud southern roots, she graduated from Union Endicott High School where she played the trumpet, oboe, and bassoon. She was also a gifted pianist, organist, and vocalist. June graduated from the Charles S. Wilson Memorial Hospital School of Nursing and went on to complete her bachelor of science in Nursing Education from Syracuse University, graduating magna cum laude. Married for 46 years, she met the love of her life, WWII Army Air Corps veteran and general surgeon John S. Raymond, Jr. at Wilson Hospital. Leaving nursing to raise their two children in Binghamton, N.Y., June became an expert in the domestic arts; raised...

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Ellen J. Cabral, 62

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Published July 12, 2019 MALDEN — Ellen J. (Jacobs) Cabral, 62, of Malden, died at the Tufts Medical Center in Boston on July 3, 2019. Ellen was born and raised in Malden and a graduate of Malden High School. She went on to attend Salem State College and was a lifelong Malden resident. Ellen was a homemaker and enjoyed knitting, sewing, quilting and cross stitching. She and her husband enjoyed their time together, loved being with their granddaughter Lucy and very proud of their daughter Tiffany. Ellen was the beloved wife of Craig D. Cabral for 32 years. Devoted daughter of Patricia (Plourde) Boyle and the late Gerald Jacobs. Loving mother of Tiffany K. Mendez and her husband Joseph of R.I. Cherished grandmother of Lucia “Lucy.” Caring sister of Robin Sera of Newton, Sheree...

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H. Loraine Campbell, 92

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Published July 12, 2019 MELROSE — On Friday, July 5, 2019, loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother H. Loraine Campbell passed away at the age of 92. Loraine was born at the Boston Lying-In Hospital to parents Helen (Murphy) and William Gregoire on September 4, 1926. She lived a happy childhood on Orchard Street in Medford where she met many friends and the love of her life, Jack Campbell. Family was everything to Loraine. She and Jack created a haven for their family in a warm, idyllic home on a small hill in Reading. All were welcome, especially those willing to rake leaves in exchange for turkey sandwiches and games of Scrabble. At night, the kitchen would buzz with energy as she prepared delicious meals for her kids, grandkids, and great-grandkids. She had many...

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Lillian E. Parrish, 102

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Published July 12, 2019 MELROSE — Lillian E. (Carney) Parrish, 102, passed away at the Oosterman’s Rest Home in Melrose on July, 5, 2019. Lillian was born and raised in Melrose and a graduate of Melrose High School, Class of 1935. She was a lifelong Melrose resident and member of St. Mary’s Church. Lillian was a former Chairman of the motor services at the Red Cross and also volunteered at the Red Cross for many years. She worked at Kennedy’s Butter and Egg store in Melrose during WWII, ran the Melrose Wakefield Hospital coffee shop, volunteered at the Melrose Wakefield Hospital for many years and ran minstrel shows at the Melrose Knights of Columbus. Lillian was the beloved wife of the late Charles L. Parrish for 71 years. Caring sister of the late William...

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Jack Wise, 82

Jul 3, 2019 by

Published July 5, 2019 MELROSE — Deacon Jack Wise, 82, was born June 14, 1937. Son of the late William and Anne (Simpson) Wise. Loving husband to Marion G. (Stewart) Wise with whom he shared 59 years of marriage. In addition to his loving wife Marion, Deacon Jack is survived by their seven children: Marguerite (Eddie), Shawn (Linda), Michelle (Rob), Erin, Kerry, Dennis (Jayne), Colleen (Sean) and 12 grandchildren: Jacqueline, Lyndsay, Shivonne, Ken, Tim, Shawn Jr., Darcy, Patrick, MaryKate, Gillan, Duncan, Stella and one new great-granddaughter Madelyn. Jack was employed by Victor Coffee Company, South Boston. He had a special way of getting to know his customers and built lifelong friendships. Even after he retired, he would see people everywhere he traveled (even on the beaches of Aruba). In 1980, Jack was ordained a...

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Patricia Norton, 77

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Published July 5, 2019 MALDEN — Patricia Ellen (Greene) Norton, 77, of Malden, born on September 12, 1941 in Melrose to the late Ellen E. McDonald and the late George H. Greene, passed away on June 29, 2019 in Birmingham, Ala. Patricia attended Malden Hospital School of Nursing. She was an O.R. nurse at Baptist Medical Center Montclair in Birmingham until retiring in 2001. Patricia was the loving wife of Paul Norton. She was preceded in death by her stepbrother, Richard McDonald. Patricia is survived by her sons John M. Norton and his wife Linda, Paul J. Norton and his wife Ann, Matthew L. Norton, and Andrew G. Norton and his wife Erin; brother, George V. Greene; stepbrother, Michael McDonald; stepsisters, Martha Lang and Mary Jenkins; grandchildren, Craig Barnes, Ryan High, Leo Norton, Margret...

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