Plymouth Obituaries - Jan. 27, 2013

The following are obituaries for Plymouth residents or those with Plymouth ties for the week of Jan. 20.

Richard Pierce

Richard C. Pierce, age 87, of Plymouth, formerly of Pembroke, died Sunday January 20, 2013 at the Life Care Center in Plymouth. He was the devoted husband of Anne Whitaker Pierce. He is survived by his son Stephen Pierce and his wife Maggie of Savage, MN, his son David Pierce and his wife Elaine of Guilford CT, his daughter Kim Pierce and her partner Cheryl Wright of Shingle Springs CA, his daughter Karen Kelley and her husband Dennis of Billerica, his daughter Candace Pierce Lavin of Norfolk, and his son Christopher Pierce and his wife JoAnne of Melrose. Richard is also survived by his eleven grandchildren and two great grandchildren... Full obituary at Cartmell Funeral Home

Ann (Boutin) Bolt

Ann (Boutin) Bolt, age 85, died on January 24, 2013 at the Jordan Hospital in Plymouth following a brief illness. She was the devoted wife of Donald Edward Bolt of Plymouth. Born in Plymouth on September 3, 1927, Ann was the beloved daughter of the late Arthur and Irene LaBelle Boutin. She was educated in Plymouth and was a graduate of Plymouth High School, Class of 1946. Mrs. Bolt had moved to Plymouth eighteen years ago, previously residing in Short Hills, NJ and prior to that, NY... Full obituary at Cartmell Funeral Home 

Sean Michael Byrne

Byrne, Sean Michael, 24 died at Tufts New England Medical Center on January 22, after a 4 month fight with cancer. "HE NEVER QUIT" Sean leaves his parents Kevin Byrne and his wife Lisa of Westminster, MA, his mother Laura and her husband Bryan LaRochelle of Plymouth. His sisters Erin Byrne, Sammantha LaRochelle, Tara Perks, and Krystal LaRochelle. His Brothers Keith Perks, Branden and Jarrett LaRochelle... Full obituary at Richard Davis Funeral Homes


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