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Warren honors late Morphis Jamiel

By   /  March 19, 2013  /  News  /  No Comments

Eddie Jamiel (left) listens as Warren Town Council president Chris Stanley presents his late brother with a Lifetime Achievement Award.

It was only fitting that one of the first things out of Eddie Jamiel’s mouth at last week’s Warren Town Council meeting was a joke. Mr. Jamiel was there to accept a Lifetime Achievement Award from the council on behalf of his brother, the late attorney and renowned joker Morphis Jamiel, who died in late […]

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Morphis Jamiel, 91, Warren

By   /  January 29, 2013  /  Obituaries  /  No Comments


The Honorable Morphis A. Jamiel, US Army Major General (Retired), 91, of Warren, died Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013, in his sleep.  Born in Fall River, a son of the late Albert and Mary (Falugo) Jamiel,  Mr. Jamiel was a lawyer and retired late last year as Probate Judge for the Town of Warren. Mr Jamiel […]

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Jamiel swears in Minicucci for probate seat

By   /  December 31, 2012  /  News  /  No Comments

Steven Minicucci (left) and Morphis Jamiel at Warren Town Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 19.

Steven Minicucci, Warren’s new probate judge, stands with his predecessor, outgoing judge Morphis Jamiel, just after being sworn in by his mentor at Warren Town Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 19. Mr. Minicucci, who practices estate and probate law in Providence, is married to Judge Jamiel’s niece, and was selected as the new judge by the […]

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Warren veteran donates Battle of the Bulge artifacts

By   /  September 14, 2012  /  News  /  No Comments

Photos by Richard W Dionne Jr
Morphis Jamiel holds up a Nazi flag that he retrieved from a top a town hall of a German city after the Battle of the Bulge in 1945.

 The Battle of The Bulge, the German’s last offensive in World War II, cost some 19,000 American lives and paved the way for the Allies’ victory in the bloody war. Morphis Jamiel was there, has never forgotten it, and now wants others to remember and learn from it. At 6:30 p.m. ext Wednesday, Sept. 19, […]

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