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Marion Montague, former staff

montagueMarion W. Montague, 88, of Westhampton, died Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015, at her home.

She was born Oct. 18, 1926, in Williamsburg, the daughter of George V. and Hazel M. (Damon) Warner. She was educated in local schools and graduated from Helen E. James (Williamsburg) High School in 1944. Mrs. Montague was a member of Westhampton Congregational Church for more than 50 years.

Mrs. Montague worked for William Fiske at Outlook Farm and later worked in the Dean’s Office at Williston Academy, Easthampton, for many years. Following her time at Williston Mrs. Montague worked in the admissions office at Smith College before retiring in 1992. Mrs. Montague also served on the Westhampton School Board and as secretary to the selectmen and to the board of assessors.

After her retirement she took great pleasure in creating many lovely and lasting hand-knitted sweaters, afghans, socks and other knitted wear for her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She made intricate and fine baskets and braided many rugs for her home and family.

Mrs. Montague is predeceased by her husband of 53 years, Frank B. Montague, an infant daughter Faye-Ann, a sister Jean Norris of Westhampton, and a brother George Warner of Pelham. She leaves a son, Peter Montague of Westhampton, and three daughters, Sandra Sluman of Lake Worth, Florida, Deborah Montague of Gilford, New Hampshire, and Sylvia Montague of Westhampton; a daughter-in-law Mary Montague of Westhampton; and a son-in-law D. Randolph Lawton of Gilford, New Hampshire; two brothers, Marshall Warner of Southampton, and Russell Warner of Williamsburg; a sister Evelyn Arnold of Goshen; five grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.

Lorraine Lucadello, former employee

LucadelloLorraine (Praxel) Lucadello, 90, of Southampton, died Thursday, Jan. 2, 2014, at Linda Manor Extended Care Facility in Leeds.

She was born Nov. 27, 1923, in Denver, Colorado, the daughter of the late Edward and Helen (Strelow) Praxel. She was the widow of Robert G. Lucadello.  Lorraine and her late husband Robert, who was a U.S. Air Force Officer serving in World War II, Korean Conflict and Vietnam, traveled extensively and settled in Southampton in 1969.

Lorraine was employed as secretary to the head master of Williston Northampton School in Easthampton.  She retired in the 1990’s. She is survived by one son, Robert G. Lucadello, II, of San Francisco, Calif.; one daughter, Victoria Lucadello of Easthampton; and one brother, Edward Praxel and one sister, Priscilla Praxel, both of Washington.