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Smokey (aka John) Hatch

Smokey (aka John) Hatch of Worthington, passed away on February 12 at Cooley Dickinson Hospital after a long illness. Carol Myrick, his significant other of 34 years, was at his side. He is survived by step daughter Amy Sorenson and 3 grandchildren; Shane, Nick and Colin of Wisconsin and many cousins from the Eastern MA area. Smokey was predeceased by his parents John and Mildred (MacFarland) Hatch of Malden, MA. Smokey grew up in Wakefield, MA then moved to western MA in 1969. Smokey worked for Bannish Lumber in Chester as a sawyer for 35 years.  He was the coach for the Women’s Softball League in Worthington for 20 years and was an avid fan of the UCON Women’s Basketball Team.  Smokey

Sean Patrick Forshay

Sean Patrick Forshay, beloved son of Carrie and Edward Wienckowski of Delaware and Patrick and Fiona Forshay of Scotland, passed away on February 13th, at the age of 37, as yet one more tragic victim of the insidious disease of the opoid epidemic. Sean was born in Hartford, CT, and raised in Granville, MA. In addition to his parents and step-parents, he leaves behind a brother Michael and his husband Robert, his long-time partner Jennifer Trempe, his two beautiful daughters Emma and Ella, who he loved to the moon and back, his Aunt Gene (McLoughlin), Uncle Doug (Barber) and cousins John, David and Lindsey. Sean achieved his Bachelor’s in Business Administration from Westfield State Universi

Joan D’Arienzo

D’Arienzo – Joan M., 93, formerly of Commack, New York, died on January 29, 2020, in Leeds. Born in Brooklyn, New York, she graduated from Queens College and had an early career as a librarian. She is survived by three of her four daughters and their families, including three grandchildren, and by two sisters, nieces and nephews, grand-nieces and grand-nephews and friends. Her husband, of 67 years, H.L. (Lou) D’Arienzo, predeceased her in 2016, and one daughter in 1998. She loved travelling and visits from family and friends, and hearing stories of their lives and adventures. Inurnment will be in Village Hill Cemetery, Williamsburg, at the convenience of the family. Make a visit to a frie