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Josephine Lavoie of Londonderry, N.H., quietly died at the skilled nursing facility, Courville of Nashua, on March 10, 2020. She was the dear and loving wife of Maurice Lavoie. She was just a few weeks away from her 88th birthday. They were married for 48 years and while they did not have any children of their own, they tried to serve God’s children through other avenues.

NORTH DANVILLE — The second Old North Church lamplight service of the season will be held June 24 at 7 p.m. with guest speaker Don Sherwood. Don is a retired science teacher from Southampton Public Schools having taught for 33 years.

A celebration of Rev. Judi Horgan’s ministry at East Burke Congregational Church and Lyndonville Congregational Church was held Sunday morning in East Burke. After 8 1/2 years of service to the area, Judi is moving to Yuma, Ariz. to begin a Resident Chaplin program for 13 months. Once this is completed, she will become a full-fledged Chaplin, with plans to work in Yuma with the various ministries there. Sunday’s service was a dedication to her, in songs and messages, followed by a reception in the church’s fellowship hall. Along with gifts, Judi was presented with a cake by church members. Shown with her are deacons representing both churches: front row from left, Linda Carr, Carol Barlow, Rev. Judi, Sharlene Tracy, Donna MacFarland, Merrily Wieland and Deanna Wheeler; back row, Patrick McLaughlin, Dave Keenan, Carol Brouha, Sue Winsor, Mary Simpson and Kay Phelps.