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Janice Harrall

Jul 22, 1942 - Dec 05, 2023

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Cranston, RI

Janice Proulx Harrall, 81, of Cranston, died peacefully on December 2, 2023 surrounded by her family. She will be deeply missed by her family and friends. She was born in 1942 in Putnam, CT and, in 1950, moved to RI, where she graduated from Hope High School, Class of 1960. In 1962, she earned an Associate's Degree in Dental Hygiene from the University of Rhode Island. She married Robert Harrall in 1963. They recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. Upon completing a Bachelor's of Sci...Read More

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Carl A. Triangolo

Died : Feb 15, 2018

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Cranston, RI

Carl A. Triangolo, 76, of Garden City Drive, Cranston, passed away on Thursday February 15th at his home. He was the husband of the late Donna (Costigan) Triangolo. They had been married for 38 years. Born in Providence, a son of the late Alfred P. and Cheryl A. (Wells) Triangolo. He had lived in Cranston previously living in Cumberland. Carl had been a Social Worker for the State of RI for 25 years before retiring. He was an avid golfer, skier & Red Sox fan. He leaves his brother Paul Triangolo and his wife Robin of Smithfield and was the brother-in-law of Geraldine Triangolo of Greenville. He was the brother of the late Alfred P. Triangolo, Jr. His funeral and burial will be private. Directions to Funeral Home

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Richard Volpe

Mar 10, 1946 - Feb 19, 2024

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Cranston, RI

77 of Cranston, had suffered a stroke in October of 2021 but his tenacious spirit paired with the unwavering care of his wife and children carried him through many days to follow. On Monday February 19, 2024, Richard let down his weary body and passed away in the comfort of his home surrounded by his loving family. Born in Providence, he was the son of the late Nicola and Leona (Peltier) Volpe and brother of the late Kenneth Volpe whom Richard loved and missed immensely. Richard was the devoted husband and forever sweetheart of Monica (DelBonis) Volpe; their love story is both cliche and yet one of a kind. The heartthrob biker “bad boy” meets a picture-perfect Italian girl who had the biggest heart at a Jewelry shop in Knightsville where she and his mother worked together…and 49yrs later, they hadn’t been apart since their very first date…holding hands every night at bedtime till the very end. Richard proudly served his country in the US Army, during the Vietnam War. He was a Purple Heart recipient who carried the scars of war both inside and out. Monica and their family were his place of peace and the greatest honor to follow in his life. Tough as nails since the day he was born, Richard was a man that had resilience woven into every fiber of him. He was a fierce protector of those he loved…and if he loved you, he also busted you up…alot!! He was known for his great sense of humor, and endless pranks. His timing of jokes, and playful banter are something to be rivaled. And if he called you a silly name instead of your own, he definitely cared about you! Richard grew up a motorhead with a passion for racing motorcycles. This continued in his life and he shared his great love of hot rodding with his wife Monica. Their radical custom 49 Ford Club Coupe was a dream project that Richard and his son Eric worked on together from the ground up. Monica enjoyed helping create the perfect custom interior and it really became a family affair. Richard and Monica with their infamous Led Sled brought great joy to everyone as they traveled throughout the east coast with friends. The car show community was a place of happy times, romance and where Richard’s family legacy continued to grow. His family was his greatest achievement, and of everything he was or went through in life, he was most fulfilled to be the patriarch of his family. Just ask anyone who met him. He took pride in doing the best job he could as a husband, father and grandfather. His love for his family, appetite for life…coffee and food…gave him strength to fight every day. Richard loved visiting his children to gather for food and laughs more than anything in the world. Richard’s family will greatly miss him at the head of the table filling his plate, his wine glass and most of all their homes with his love. Besides his wife, he was the best Dad to Clarisse and her husband Jon Gill, Eric Volpe, Renee and Sean Simas, and Kayla and Andrew Irby, Sr. He was the cherished “Papa” of nine grandchildren - Armani, Destiny, Daniel, Gavin, Kiara, A’Driana, Andrew Jr., Tyrell and Sean Patrick. He was the loving uncle to many nieces, nephews and cousins; especially his niece Jennifer Volpe-Owen. Richard was “Pop V” to many and also leaves many “grandpups” whom he valued as family. His funeral will leave 9:15 am, on Tuesday February 27, 2024, from the NARDOLILLO FUNERAL HOME & Crematory, 1278 Park Avenue, Cranston. Followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00 am at St. Paul’s Church, 1 Saint Paul Place, Cranston. Followed by inurnment at Rhode Island Veteran’s Memorial Cemetery, Exeter.VISITING HOURS will be held Monday from 5:00 – 8:00 pm at NARDOLILLO FUNERAL HOME. Rev it up for the Silver Fox one last time! To honor the spirit of Richard, the family kindly encourages if you have a hot rod or hog…bring them out! Please consider wearing your favorite motorhead shirts / jackets or add a pop of purple to your attire in memory of his vibrant life. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Disabled American Veterans, P.O. Box 14301, Cincinnati, OH 45250-0301, or Operator Stand Down Rhode Island, 1010 Hartford Avenue, Johnston, RI 02919. To to the family, please

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Joe Montuori

Dec 15, 1964 - Feb 18, 2024

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Cranston, RI

59, of Cranston, passed away on Sunday, February 18, 2024. Born in Providence, he was the son of the late Joseph and Evelyn (DiBona) Montuori. Joe was a US Air Force Veteran and then went on to join to RI Air National Guard before being honorably discharged. Joe worked most recently as a self-employed car dealer. He is survived by his loving daughter, Paulina Montuori of Warwick; dear sisters, Linda Cook of Cranston, Rosanne Montuori of Pompano Beach, FL; nieces Erin Kandzerski of Pompano Beach, FL and Samantha Hennigan (Steven) of Red Bank, NJ. Joe was a dedicated father and uncle, and cherished the time he spent with his girls. He had a profound love of Dachshunds. His funeral service will be held in the NARDOLILLO FUNERAL HOME & Crematory, 1278 Park Avenue, Cranston at 10:30am on Saturday, February 24, 2024. Burial will follow in St. Ann Cemetery, Cranston. VISITING HOURS will be held on Friday, February 23, 2024 from 4:00 – 8:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: Rhode Home Rescue-

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James W. Corriea

May 25, 1964 - Feb 19, 2024

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Cranston, RI

James W. Corriea, 59, of Cranston entered into his eternal life on February 19, 2024 surrounded with love from family and friends. Born in Providence on May 25, 1964, he was the son of Richard P. Corriea and the late Esther E. Corriea (Pierce). Jim will be remembered through his grandchildren for his endless love, he adored them, whether it be at a sports event, vacation, card game or just life in general, they have many memories, "The Best Grampa Ever" his family and friends will remember him for his love, compassion, an kindness and a wonderful smile and laugh. He will be deeply missed and lovingly remembered by his companion of 35 years Karen A. Nichols, step children Keri D'Ambrosio (David) and Brandon Jacob; grandchildren Anthony, Alanna, Luca and Asher. Aside from Jim's father he is survived by his loving sister Rhonda Cataldo and her husband Paul, nieces' Tiffanie, Brittany, Natalie and nephew Ryan, Brother Richard (Rick) Corriea, Aunt Mary Bagley and many cousins. Per families request services are private. Arrangements entrusted to the Skeffington Funeral Home and Cremations, 925 Chalkstone Avenue, Providence. For online condolences kindly visit: Skeffingtonfuneralhome.com

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Claire Moretti

May 27, 1929 - Feb 19, 2024

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Cranston, RI

94, of Cranston, passed away on February 19, 2024. She was the beloved wife of the late Joseph Moretti. Born in Providence she was the daughter of the late James and Nancy ( Palumbo) Scungio. She is survived by her loving children: Janice Moretti of Cranston and James Moretti and his wife Linda of Johnston. Claire was also the cherished grandmother of 2 , great grandmother of 6 ; and dear sister of the late Rose Scungio. Her visitation will be held on Saturday morning from 9-10am in the NARDOLILLO FUNERAL HOME & Crematory 1278 Park Avenue, Cranston followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 11am in Holy Apostles Church , Cranston. Burial will take place in St. Ann’s Cemetery, Cranston. To to the family, please

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Dolores Del Rio DeLucia

Nov 14, 1937 - Feb 13, 2024

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Cranston, RI

Dolores Del Rio (DeCristofano) DeLucia, 86, passed away after a long illness on February 13, 2024. She was the beloved wife of the late Norman DeLucia as well as a loving mother and grandmother. Born in Providence, Dolores was the daughter of Mario S. DeCristofano and Mary H. Almeida. Dolores's life was marked by love, devotion, sense of humor, generosity, and courage. Dolores leaves her two daughters, Cheryl DeLucia-McDonald (married to Rodney McDonald) and Denise Mitsuma; her granddaughter, Angela Mitsuma; as well as her sister, Shirley Borges. She was preceded in death by her brothers, John DeCristofano, Mario DeCristofano, and Emanuel DeCristofano, and sister, Antonetta DiSalvia. Together with her husband Norman, Dolores founded DeLucia's Berry Farm in 1976. They grew a variety of berries and made jams and jellies, which they supplied to many restaurants and bakeries throughout the state, such as Al Forno Restaurant, Seven Stars Bakery, and Pastiche Fine Desserts. Over the years, their delicious products and beautiful farm were featured in numerous cookbooks, journals, and publications. In addition to their farm, Dolores worked as a transplanter at Peckham’s Greenhouse, which she enjoyed very much. Dolores' creativity extended beyond the fields, as she found joy in needlework and crafts of all kinds. She was well-known for her fruit and berry pies, which were popular among Little Compton’s summer residents. An animated storyteller, Dolores delighted in sharing humorous anecdotes from her past, captivating listeners with her masterful storytelling. In her leisure time, Dolores enjoyed making puzzles and using her Kindle. In her youth, she loved dancing, and it was at Crescent Park Dance Hall where she met Norman, her true love. She also competed in roller skating dance competitions. Dolores will be deeply missed by her family, friends, and all who had the pleasure of knowing her. Her funeral and visitation will be held on Tuesday, February 20, at 8:30 a.m. from the ‘’WOODLAWN’’ Funeral Home, 600 Pontiac Ave. Cranston, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 11 a.m. in St. John and Paul Church, Coventry. Burial will follow in St. Joseph Cemetery, West Greenwich. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations are greatly appreciated to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis TN 38105. Please share memories and condolences at www.WoodlawnRI.com

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Lang Souphida

Jun 07, 1938 - Feb 13, 2024

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Cranston, RI

Lang Souphida, 85, of Cranston passed away Tuesday February 13, 2024, with his family by his side. Born in Vientiane, Laos, he was the son of the late Xieng and Gnang Souphida. He was the beloved husband of the late Amphone (Pathammavong) Souphida. He immigrated to the US on January 15, 1981. He was very proud of his Laotian roots; he was even the Past President of the Laotian Association of Rhode Island. He attended temple regularly and enjoyed a good communion with the Laotian community. He enjoyed family time and looked forward to visits from his grandchildren. His favorite pass time was fishing and anything outdoors. He is survived by his children Marsha Souphida and her spouse Lamgneun Saengchanthavong, Bangone Litthisack and her spouse Souky Litthisack, Phetsamone Souphida, Thinnakone Souphida and his spouse Sokhary Souphida, and Anousone Souphida and his spouse Lina Sun. He was the grandfather of Sean Litthisack, Sornrham Saengchanthavong, Seth Litthisack, Arouny Souphida, Arianna Souphida, Joranni Souphida, and Alani Lang Souphida. He was the brother of Bounlap Soompholphakdy, and Chanthalop Souphida. His Buddhist Prayer Service will be held on Monday February 19, 2024, from 9:00 am-12:00 pm at the NARDOLILLO FUNERAL HOME & Crematory, 1278 Park Ave., Cranston. VISITING HOURS (Wake) will be held on Sunday February 18, 2024, from 4:00 -7:00pm. To to the family, please

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Shirley Grzych

Died : Feb 14, 2024

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Cranston, RI

Shirley Grzych, died Wednesday, February 14, 2024 at Cra-Mar Meadows where she and her husband, the late Thomas J. Grzych, Sr., were co-owners since 1978. Shirley would have celebrated her 93rd birthday later this month. Born in Stoughton, MA, Shirley was a daughter of the late George Lacey. She had most recently lived in Cranston and had previously lived in Pascoag. She was the Administrator at CraMar Meadows in Cranston for over 30 years. She enjoyed golf and time at the ocean. She was a member of Glocester Country Club and Alpine Country Club. She is survived by her sons: Thomas J. Grzych of Cranston, Scott J. Grzych and his partner, Jennifer Fairbank of North Kingstown, her two grandchildren: Hailey and Scott Grzych, his wife Stephanie, and their daughter Madelyn. The family would like to acknowledge the compassionate care provided by the Staff at Cra-Mar and Visiting Nurse Home and Hospice. Funeral services were private. In lieu of flowers, please donate to Cra-Mar’s Activity fund and Visiting Nurse Home and Hospice at the following link: Cra-Mar’s Activity Fund and Visiting Nurse Home and Hospice Directions to Funeral Home

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Kathleen May Carter Kelleher

Apr 29, 1940 - Feb 14, 2024

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Cranston, RI

Kathleen “Kathie” May Carter Kelleher was a caring and loving wife, mother, grandmother and friend. She passed away peacefully on February 14, 2024, having lived a full life at the age of 83. She was born to Kathleen and Elwood Carter on April 29, 1940 in Providence, Rhode Island. After graduating from Warwick Veterans Memorial High School and Bryant College, she married her high school sweetheart, George “Dick” Kelleher, who survives. They were married for 64 years. Kathie and Dick lived in France, England, and in Connecticut until retirement, when they moved back to their home state of Rhode Island. Together they had, and are survived by two daughters, Karen Kelleher and Trish Kelleher(Tim Parke), and two granddaughters, Sydney Parke and Tess Parke. Kathie cherished her daughters and granddaughters and had great pride in their achievements. She played an important role in raising Sydney and Tess, babysitting each of them two days a week until they started kindergarten. She taught them to be curious and to find joy in the small things. Her family was her greatest joy. Kathie is survived by her brother Woody Carter, and was predeceased by her parents, and her sister Lee Carter Bozeman. Kathie was smart and curious. After her children started elementary school, Kathie went back to college to study archeology. She stayed engaged with studying the past long after she graduated. Kathie volunteered with the Connecticut State Archeologist, researched and documented her family’s history, and was President of the Narragansett historical society. Kathie and Dick enjoyed many vacations with close friends, with Kathie planning experiences that ranged from touring National Parks in the western U.S. to visiting the 55 foot tall Jolly Green Giant statue in Blue Earth, Minnesota. Kathie loved nature and dedicated herself to preserving it. She started with a passion for birdwatching - listening to countless hours of bird calls to hone her ear and traveling around the northeast on birding tours. Kathie was a founding member and President of the Friends of Canonchet farms, a nature and ecological organization that works to protect the environment in a section of Narragansett, RI. She spent many joyful hours strategizing with other members to preserve a local wetland and forest, planning hikes, giving nature talks on walks, ripping out invasive plants, and helping others value nature's beauty and worth. Kathie was smart and curious, joyful and funny, and a strong, resilient, and feisty woman. Her spirit is alive and well in her daughters and granddaughters. A celebration of her life will take place at a later date. Kathie requested no flowers, but welcomed memorial gifts in her name sent to the Friends of Canonchet Farm . To to the family, please

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Therese R. Eldredge

Apr 18, 1936 - Feb 14, 2024

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Cranston, RI

Therese R. (Decelles) Eldredge, 87, of Oaklawn Ave., Cranston, died Feb. 14, 2024, with her husband at her side. Born in Central Falls, RI, Therese was the daughter of the late Ubald and Estelle (Labeige) Decelles. Therese was the wife of Lewis C. Eldredge Jr., for 53 beautiful years. She was a Sister of the Holy Union of the Sacred Heart for twelve years and graduated from Catholic Teachers College. She received her Master’s Degree in education from RI College. Therese was an elementary school teacher for twelve years in private schools in both Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and 28 years in public education at Garden City School in Cranston, RI. Therese was a parishioner of St. Ann Church in Cranston for 33 years. She directed the church choir, was coordinator of the Renew Program in the 1980’s and a participant in various music ministries. Upon retirement, Therese did volunteer work with the Catholic Chaplaincy Office of Pastoral Ministry at Eleanor Slater Hospital and Zambarano Hospital in Pascoag, RI. In 2005, Therese, a vocalist and guitarist, and her husband were the musical duo “The Young at Heart” who performed throughout the state of RI for twelve years. Therese in later years formed the Shawl Ministry Group in her parish “The Immaculate Conception” and enjoyed crocheting baptismal blankets for families in preparation for the christening ceremony. She was an avid music lover, dedicated Red Sox fan, and golfer. She and her dear husband enjoyed extensive traveling and vacationing each summer in New Hampshire. Therese was the sister of the late Eveline M. Decelles and Michael R. Decelles (USN). Besides her husband she leaves her stepchildren, Lewis C. (Nancy) Eldredge III, Michael B. (Sara) Eldredge (USA, ret.), Susan K. (Kenneth) LaRose and David B. (Jackie) Eldredge. She was the step grandmother of 13 grandchildren and many great grandchildren. She was the loving Godmother of Doreen M. Deignan. Relatives and friends are invited to visitation on Sunday, Feb. 18, from 2pm until 4pm in the “WOODLAWN” Funeral Home, 600 Pontiac Ave., Cranston. Her funeral will begin at 8:45am Monday, Feb. 19, from the “WOODLAWN” Funeral Home, with a Mass of Christian Burial at 10am in Immaculate Conception Church, Cranston. Burial will follow at St. Ann Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations are greatly appreciated to the Immaculate Conception School, 235 Garden Hills Dr., Cranston, RI 02920.

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