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James Tavares, 90, Bristol

James Tavares, 90, of Bristol, passed away on Sept. 6. He was the husband of Georgina (Soares) Tavares. Born in Bristol, he was the son of the late Frank and Marguerite (Alves) Tavares. He was the father of James Tavares Jr. and Eileen Tavares; grandfather of Michael Tavares, Jennifer O’Flaherty and Jonathan Tavares; and great

Maria E. DeMatos-DaRosa, 87, Bristol

Maria E. DeMatos-DaRosa, 87, of Violet Court, passed away on Sept. 7. She was the wife of the late Manuel DeMatos and the late Antonio DaRosa. Born in Santo Amaro, she was the daughter of the late Manuel Teixeira and Rosa Andrade. She attended school in Portugal and was a supervisor at American Tourister for

Elizabeth Aguiar, 88, Bristol

Elizabeth Mary “Elise” Aguiar, 88, of Doran Avenue, passed away on Aug. 28. She was the wife of the late Joseph Aguiar, Jr. Born in St. Leonard, New Brunswick, Canada, she was the daughter of the late Jean and Yvonne (Gagnon) Bouchard. She attended schools in Canada before coming to the United States. She was

Constance R. Carmone, 86, formerly of Bristol

Constance R. Carmone, 86, passed away Aug. 4 after a brief illness. Mrs. Carmone was the daughter of the late Edward Henry and Eva Normandy Relle, of Bristol. She was predeceased by her husband of 57 years, Robert (Bob) Carmone; son John Carmone; brothers Edward and Earl Relle; and sister Lorraine Mello. She is survived

Frank C. Federico, 66, Barrington, formerly of Bristol

Frank C. “Chick” Federico, 66, of 2 Anthony Road, Barrington, and formerly of Bristol, died Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014 at Philip Hulitar Hospice Inpatient Center, Providence, surrounded by his loving family. He was the husband of Susan H. (Brewer) Mazurak-Federico. Born in Providence and raised in Bristol, Mr. Federico was a custodian for the Bristol-Warren

Alma Viggiani, 95, formerly of Bristol

Alma (Marino) Viggiani, 95, of Port Washington, NY and Bristol, died on Sept. 3. Born in Bristol on August  26, 1919, she moved to New York when she married her beloved late husband John. Mrs. Viggiani was always a Bristolian at heart. She was the loving mother of Judy Gibaldi (Rocco); cherished grandmother of Chris (Elvira) and