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George J. Brown, Jr., 90, East Providence

George J. Brown, Jr., 90, East Providence

George J. Brown, Jr., 90, passed away peacefully on Monday morning, June 17, 2013 at his home. George was a third generation lifelong resident of East Providence (Wannamoisett Road). He was the son of George Sr. and Genevieve (Sousa) Brown formerly of Brightridge Avenue. He attended Brightridge Ave Middle School and graduated from East Providence

Letter: Barrington and Riverside supermarkets should be ashamed

To the editor: Some the people of Barrington and Riverside may have noticed that representatives of the V.F.W. were not at the Shaw’s Markets (Barrington and Riverside) over the Memorial Day Weekend soliciting donations for “Buddy Poppies”. Despite repeated requests, the management of each market would not accommodate the V.F.W. Post’s request to set up

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Joseph R. George, Jr., 84 of Bristol

Joseph R. George, Jr., 84 of Bristol, professor emeritus of history at Villanova University, died April 17th at Silver Creek Manor. The son of the late Joseph R. and Rose (Sousa) George, he was predeceased by six sisters: Mary Brinza, Rose Bento, Clara Vierra, and Margaret Belmore all of Bristol; Minnie Hughes of East Providence

John Joseph Reardon, Jr., 64, Barrington

John Joseph Reardon Jr., 64, of Bedford Circle, Narragansett, passed away on Friday, Jan. 4, 2013 at home surrounded by his wife and children after a courageous battle with leukemia. Born in Barrington, he was a son of the late John J. Reardon Sr. and Ellen (Halton) Reardon. John was a financial representative for Northwestern

Newspaper’s photographer brings humanity to print

To the editor: Weekly, in Bristol Phoenix, I look for a cause celebré in Bristol town that would illicit a special photo by Richard W. Dionne, Jr. — seems to me his work is humanity in print. Persons caught by lens in an instant, reflecting the gamut of emotions — triumph, exultation, pure happiness, defeat,