George Pease, Jr.
Pease, Jr., 76, died December 1, 2013 at Caribou Health Care
Facility. He was born April 23, 1937 in Northwood, NH, the son of
George Pease, Sr. and DorothyCorliss Pease.
to Coe-Brown Academy and was in the Air Force from 1954-57. He
worked at Rumford Press and St. Paul’s School in Concord where he
was fondly called, “the Bear.” Everyone loved our dad.
a long time resident of Epsom where we four kids, his grandchildren,
family and friends have our happiest memories. Christmas was always
special with a big Christmas Eve party with everyone welcome.
always fun to see George with his siblings. They would laugh and
joke, having the best time doing nothing but being together.
addition to his parents, George was pre-deceased by his wife of 30
years, Coni Pease, brother Richard Pease and grandson, Justin
survived by two daughters, Nicki Gagnon and husband George, Billie
Blodgett and husband Skip, both from Deerfield; two sons, Dandi
Pease and wife Sharon, and Loni Pease, both from Virginia; six
grandchildren, April , Poster, Coni Baines, Matt Tavello, Raven
Blodgett, Brianne Pease, Kiley Pease and six great-grandchildren;
two brothers Kenny Pease and wife Betty, Charles Pease and wife
Judy; three sisters, Marion Lovely and husband Joe, Joan Leffel and
husband Lee, and Girace Pease spouse, Marie; sister in-law Sue Pease
and many nieces and nephews.
is also survived by his soulmate Jeannie Bernies, whom he has been
with the past 15 years in Limestone, Maine. Together they laughed a
lot, loved deeply, and lived life to its fullest every day. He was
very fond of her children and family and many friends. As his four
children, we say goodbye to a man we proudly called “DA.”
Mark L. Edwards
Edwards, 87, passed away at the Concord Hospital with his longtime
companion, Lois Nichols, by his side, on Friday, November 22, 2013,
after a short illness.
Northwood resident of 20 years, he was born on Prince Edward Island
on June 4, 1926, the son of the late Arthur and Leona (Ohmes-Davis)
Wasserman of Boston. He was raised in Boston, the oldest of four
entered the Army Air Corps in 1942 and became a pilot – his lifelong
passion. He also held an Airplane and Powerplant mechanics license.
a Massachusetts constable for more than 20 years, holding as many as
nine separate commissions in various cities and towns in Suffolk,
Essex, and Middlesex counties. In addition, he was a two-term
budget committee member for the Town of Northwood.
survived by three daughters, Leta Markham of Milford, Patricia
Edwards of St. Johnsbury, VT, and Eva Steven of Milford; 4
grandchildren; 2 great grandchildren; and his life partner, Lois
Nichols of Northwood.
and family are invited to gather on Saturday, December 28th at 3 PM
at the Still Oaks Funeral & Memorial Home, 1217 Suncook Valley Hwy
in Epsom for a memorial service.
those who wish, donations may be made to any animal shelter or
rescue facility or humane society in Mr. Edwards’ name.