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Mar 23, 2018
Filomena Gambale of Mansfield celebrates her 100th birthday
A special commendation was also issued by the town in her honor.Gambale still loves going out to eat, recently dining at Fitzy’s Pub in Plainville, one of her favorites. She also likes Bertucci’s and Longhorn where she orders the salmon.But for her birthday celebration she wanted pepperoni pizza, Michael said. (Wicked Local)Mar 30, 2017
Hundreds take on Marathon course before big day
It's been a tough month of training with the weather being so cold and windy. You think March is going to be nicer," said Jo-Anne Quirke, 39, of Plainville. "It's been tough."She is raising $5,000 for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. This will be her fourth time running the famous race. "I love running," Quirke said. "It is nothing compared to what someone diagnosed with cancer live and go through."Many different groups and individual runners gathered at the Town Common before heading on an 18- to 21-mile training run, dubbed Hop 21, just before Heartbreak Hill in Newton. They'll wait until April 17 to conquer that feat during the full 26.2 miles. Maria Pellegrine-Proia, 35, of Newton, wore a neck warmer to stay cozy during her long run. She got the bib in December to run her second Boston and will raise $5,000 for the Newton Police Memorial Association."It was a Christmas gift," she said of the bib. Like most, this will be her last long training run before Marathon Monday. As a New Englander, she said she's prepared to run in anything. "Now it's tapering down," she said of her training plan. "It's less, less, less."Pellegrine-Proia, along with Grace Calore, 44, of Waltham, came prepared with hand warmers and duct tape shoes to protect against the puddles. She ran the Marathon in 2012 and is raising $20,000 for Massachusetts Eye and Ear. The team is hoping to raise $500,000."The team has already raised $300,000," she said. "We are going to crush our goal."Coming all the way from Brazil, Nivardo Nepomuceno Sobrinho, 56, didn't let the weather stop him from wearing shorts. He said he's run five marathons in the past two years, Rio De Janeiro, Boston, Chicago, New York and Las Vegas. Toyko is next.He planned to run 22 miles Saturday. He said he has no problem running in the cold, but the hardest part is the ... (Wicked Local Waltham)Nov 24, 2016
Rose (Moretti) Satalino
Scott Satalino and his wife, Jennifer, of Wesley Chapel, Fla.; Beth Satalino Curtis and her husband, Bryan, of Plainville; Kristie Lipka Burk and her husband, Jeffrey, of Chester Springs, Pa.; Katie Lipka Love of West Hartford; Lindsay Heyer Steele and her husband, Christopher, of Baltimore, Md.; Lisa Heyer Cielesz and her husband, Richard, of Canton, Mass., and Matthew Satalino of Queens. Rose leaves 12 great-grandchildren, Alyssa and Michael Satalino, Rebecca and Andrew Curtis, Jeffrey (JJ), Christian and Samuel Burk, Amaya, Dylan and Kai Love, Olivia Steele, and Alexander Cielesz. Rose leaves several nieces and nephews. Rose also leaves a special friend, Frances Piera of New Britain. Rose was predeceased by all of her brothers and sisters. The family would like to thank the staff at the Reservoir for their care of Rose, especially Agnes, Sonia, Christine, Sheila (nurse), Sheila (CNA), and Kathy for their many kindnesses. Special thanks also to the Vitas staff, especially Colleen.
A Mass of Christian burial will be held at St. Helena’s Church on Echo Road in West Hartford Saturday Nov. 12, 2016, at 11 a.m. Everyone is asked to go directly to the church. Throughout her life, Rose had a special devotion to St. Jude. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Rose’s name can be sent to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, P.O. Box 1000, Dept. 142 Memphis, TN 38148-0142. Online condolences please visit: www.SheehanHilbornBreen.com
... (Newbritainherald)Apr 22, 2016
Hanna (Konopka) Wojnowska of New Britain, and the late Tomasz Wojnowski. Born in New Britain, he was a lifelong resident and a student at Plainville High School. His family wishes to thank the incredible staff at the Hospital of Central Connecticut for their wonderful care and compassion of Damian. They would also like to thank all of his caregivers and professionals who helped him throughout his life.
In addition to his mother, he leaves his brother, Kamil Wojnowski of New Britain, his paternal grandparents and many uncles, aunts and cousins.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Saturday, April 23, at 10 a.m. at Holy Cross Church, 31 Biruta St., New Britain. He will be laid to rest in Sacred Heart Cemetery. Burritt Hill Funeral Home, 332 Burritt St., New Britain, is serving his family. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy, 401 Hackensack Ave., 9th Floor, Hackensack, NJ 07601. To share a memory with his family, please visit us at www.burritthill.com.
(Newbritainherald)Jan 8, 2016
Elizabeth A. Mariotti
Pro Health Physicians of Bristol.
In addition to her husband, Jack, she is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Melanie and Jay Schneider of Plainville; her grandchildren, Karen Mariotti, Christopher, Addison and Brody Schneider; her siblings, Frances Carroll, John S. Malley, Dennis E. Malley, Mary E. Malley and Kevin Malley; and many nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased by her son, Dean Mariotti; her sister, Barbara Hauck; and her brother, Charles Malley Jr.
Always the nurse, she cared for family, friends, and animals — anyone who was in need of tender loving care. She thoroughly enjoyed gardening and loved to give tours to anyone who would follow her through the yard. Most of all, she enjoyed her grandchildren, appreciating each of their different personalities and delighting in their shenanigans. She will be deeply missed.
Calling hours will be held on Friday, Jan. 8, 2016, at O’Brien Funeral Home, 24 Lincoln Ave., Bristol/Forestville, from 5 to 8 p.m. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, Jan. 9, 2016, at 9 a.m., from O’Brien Funeral Home to St. Joseph Church, Queen St., Bristol for a Mass of Christian Burial at 10 a.m. The burial will follow at St. Joseph Cemetery, Bristol. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to either: American Heart Association, 5 Brookside Drive, Wallingford Center, CT 06492 or to ASPCA, PO Box 96929, Washington, DC 20090-6929.
To leave an online message of condolences, share a memory or photo, visit Elizabeth’s page at www.obrien-funeralhome.com.
(Bristol Press)Jan 8, 2016
HMEA art therapy program benefits special needs adults, #artforhmea ...
North Attleboro, Bellingham, Millbury, Plainville and Sterling.
Twenty-two participants visit the North Attleboro center weekly and 60 visit in Plainville, said Vice President of Day Services Stephanie Guitard. The program provides on-site nursing, speech/language therapy and physical and occupational therapy.
Thanks to grant money, the Franklin-based HMEA is also able to offer music therapy, Tai Chi, music and art therapy, said HMEA Marketing Director Lauren Bavosi.
During the two years since she started as program supervisor, Margaret Salaki said offering art therapy has not only to brightened up the centers, but has also helped participants with issues such as anxiety.
“It helps them to calm down and realize they are able to do more than they thought,” Salaki said. “It’s very therapeutic and something they can all succeed at.”
One of Salaki’s favorite pieces is the dragon hanging in the North Attleboro center. It was created as part of a team-building project and eventually used for a carnival held last June, run by staff and participants.
“The staff came up with the idea and it became a collaborative effort,” Salaki said.
That social interaction of working on the project and the carnival was important, she said.
“We have many individuals who don’t go out into the community, they have anxiety,” Salaki said. “But with art there are no expectations, you just need to participate.”
Just before the holidays, participants at the Plainville center were hard at work creating silver, shimmering wreaths.
Participant Meghan Murphy of Middleboro was working on a wreath with a group of friends. Through the art pr... (Wicked Local Plainville)
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