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Marianne (Mandile)
f Lynnfield,
f o r m e r -
ly of Reading
and Medford,
March 11, 2017.
Beloved wi fe
of John D. Cafazzo. Devoted
mother of Paul J. Cafazzo of
Atkinson, NH; John E. Cafazzo
and his wife Terri of Reading;
Jean Cafazzo Hopkins and her
husband JohnofWakefield; Su-
sanB. Cafazzo andher husband
KenRosenthal of Lynnfield; and
Mark A. Cafazzo and his wife
Amy of Hopkinton. Cherished
sister of John Mandile and his
wife Ann of Medford and Jo-
sephine Prendergast and her
husband Jim of York, ME. Lov-
inggrandmother of 13 and lov-
inggreat grandmother of 1. Fu-
neral was held from the Doug-
lass, Edgerley and Bessom Fu-
neral Home, Reading on Satur-
day, March 18 at 9:15 am fol-
lowed by a Mass of Christian
Burial in Our Lady of Assump-
tion Church 17 Grove St., Lyn-
nfield at 10:30 am Burial will
follow at Laurel Hill Cemetery
in Reading. Funeral home vis-
iting hours Friday from4-8 pm.
Those who wish may make
contributions, in Marianne’s
memory, to the Mission of
Deeds, 6 Chapin Ave., Reading,
MA 01867. For directions and
on line guestbook, visit: john-
Marianne (Mandile)
f Lynnfield,
f o r m e r -
ly of Reading
and Medford,
passed away on
March 11, 2017
at the Sunrise of Lynnfield. She
was 82 years of age. Marianne
was born in Waltham, Massa-
chusetts on June 14, 1934 the
daughter of John and Rose
(Giardina) Mandile. She grew
up in Medford, was a longtime
resident of Reading before
moving to Lynnfield 11 years
ago. She was a retired Reg-
istered Nurse from Lawrence
Memorial Hospital in Medford.
She loved to travel, dance, and
play Bridge. Marianne was the
beloved wife of John D. Cafaz-
zo. Devoted mother of Paul J.
Cafazzo of Atkinson, NH; John
E. Cafazzo and his wife Terri of
Reading; JeanCafazzoHopkins
andher husband JohnofWake-
field; Susan B. Cafazzo and her
husband Ken Rosenthal of Lyn-
nfield; andMark A. Cafazzo and
his wife Amy of Hopkinton.
Cherished sister of John Man-
dile and his wife Ann of Med-
ford and Josephine Prender-
gast and her husband Jim of
York, ME. Loving grandmoth-
er of Eric, Jessica, Nicole, Sarah,
Katherine, john, Natalie, Luke,
Philip, Stephen, Jeffrey, Gabriel,
and Jackson and loving great
grandmother of Cali. Her funer-
al will be held from the Doug-
lass, Edgerley and Bessom Fu-
neral Home25 SanbornSt. (cor-
ner of Woburn St.) Reading on
Saturday, March 18 at 9:15am
followed by aMass of Christian
Burial in Our Lady of Assump-
tion Church 17 Grove St., Lyn-
nfield at 10:30am. Burial will
follow at Laurel Hill Cemetery
in Reading. Funeral home vis-
iting hours will be held Friday
from 4:00-8:00pm. Those who
wish may make contributions
in Marianne’s memory to the
Mission of Deeds 6 ChapinAve.
Reading, MA 01867. For direc-
tions and on line guest book
visit johnbdouglassfuneral-
Catherine F.
(Countie) Murphy
t 91, of Lynnfield, former-
ly of Revere, passed away
on Friday, March 10, 2017. Be-
loved wife of the late Thomas
J. Murphy, Jr. Loving mother of
Joan Marks and her husband
Peter, Anne Russell, Thomas J.
Murphy, III, and the late Kar-
en Zappala and her late hus-
bandWilliam. Cherishedgrand-
mother of Meredith, Jona-
than, Colman, Brittany, Ashley,
Matthew, Shannon, and Alex.
Adored great-grandmother of
Vivienne, William, Cecelia, and
Grace. Caring sister of Theresa
Rolinger, KevinCountie and the
late Peggy Countie, Jack Coun-
tie, Marianna Kilcourse, Joseph
Countie and Charles Countie.
Also survived by many loving
nieces, nephews, and cous-
ins. Family and friends hon-
ored Catherine’s life by gath-
ering in Vazza’s “Beechwood”
Funeral Home, Revere on Sun-
day, March 12 and again Mon-
day morning before leaving in
procession to Our Lady of the
Assumption Church, Lynnfield
for a Funeral Mass celebrat-
ed in her honor. Interment will
follow at Forest Hill Cemetery
in Lynnfield. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made to St.
Jude Children’s Research Hos-
pital, 501 St. Jude Place, Mem-
phis, TN 38105. For guestbook,
please visit: www.vazzafuner- Vazza Funeral Home
Revere 1-800-252-1127.
Eileen Deborah
f Lynnfield. March 8. Sister
of StephenDoneganof Lyn-
nfield, and the late John “Son-
ny” Sullivan, John “Jack” Do-
negan andDavidDonegan. Sis-
ter in law of Jeannette Sullivan,
and Annette Donegan and the
late Cherri (O’Neil) Donegan.
Also survived by 13 nieces and
nephews, 15 grandnieces and
nephews, and2Goddaughters;
Denise Donegan of Lynnfield
and Kerri (Donegan) Trapasso
of NJ. Funeral Mass held in Our
Ladyof theAssumptionChurch,
Lynnfield on Saturday, March
11. Interment, Forest Hill Cem-
etery, Lynnfield. For obit/guest-
~ Letter-to-the-Editor ~
Opponents of Rail Trail call Rec.
Commission endorsement dishonest
Dear Editor,
I would like to take this op-
portunity to congratulate the
Wakefield toLynnfieldProTrail
group for finally gettinganen-
dorsement fromthe Lynnfield
Recreation Commission, even
if they did it dishonestly, and
resorted to manipulation. Af-
ter all, an endorsement is an
endorsement isn’t it? Howev-
er, only three members of the
seven eligible to vote actual-
ly voted in favor of the trail. In-
deed, isn’t persistence an ad-
mirable quality? Well yes, but
not when it becomes a nui-
sance and borders on harass-
When persistence deterio-
rates into desperation it be-
comes pathetic, and when re-
fusing toaccept a“no”forwhat
it is, further persistence be-
comes coercion.
Back in January, the proTrail
group attempted to get an
endorsement from the Rec-
reation Commission, why?
– well, just because – that’s
why; as they felt they were
entitled to it. Unfortunately,
they didn’t really have any rea-
sons as to why the Recreation
Commission should endorse
their scheme. So, they retyped
their FAQs, put a logo on the
top and returned in February.
Now, the thing about these
particular frequently asked
questions is that they are not
being asked by anyone, and
they certainly aren’t support-
ed by“facts.”Unless of course,
you like facts of the alterna-
tive kind.When theRecreation
Commission asked questions
about such basic things as
how many people would ac-
tually use the Trail they had
no answers. When Citizens
of Lynnfield against the Rail
Trail asked questions about
costs, maintenance, conges-
tion, safety and the environ-
ment, the pro Trail group had
no answers. And when the
Recreation Commission vot-
ed tonot endorse the RailTrail,
thepro-trailers becamebellig-
erent and started telling the
Recreation Commission that
it was “their job” to endorse
the Trail. Yes, in February the
RecreationCommission voted
to not endorse the Rail Trail. 3
members voted in favor of the
Trail, 1 votedagainst, and2 ab-
stained as they felt they need-
ed more time to consider the
new information they had just
been presented with.
Fast forward to March 7th,
and the pro-trailers and their
new legal representation re-
turned to theRecreationCom-
mission. This time they had a
new trick, “no”actually means
“yes.” As it turns out, appar-
ently, under Roberts Rules
for Public Meetings, the two
Rec members who abstained,
because they wanted more
time to understand the com-
plexities of the issue, weren’t
counted in the original vote.
So, the vote to endorse the
Trail, by a seven person board,
actually passedby 3members
voting for the proposal and 1
voting against it. With their
“endorsement” finally in their
hands the pro-trailers scuttled
out of the meeting. Had they
stayed theywould have heard
further discussion of the Trail
and howmembers of the Rec-
reation Commission felt that
they had been manipulated,
and that “this isn’t how we do
things on this committee, and
this leaves a bad taste in the
mouth.” But they didn’t stay;
they were probably too busy
plotting which Town Body to
harass next.
Ethics, honestyand transpar-
ency are not in the DNA of the
pro-trailers, they are too ob-
sessed with their agenda of
pushing the Trail through re-
gardless.That theycarenotone
little bit about the abutters is
of no surprise, however their
scant disregard for the truth is
a surprise in a group that pur-
ports to have the best inter-
ests of our “community spirit”
Lynnfield Advocate
at heart: they don’t, they are
only interested in themselves.
So, when theyask for your vote
for the Trail in April, and that is
what youarevotingon, not just
a lease on a railroad, please re-
member the depths they were
prepared to plumb to get the
endorsementof theRecreation
Commission. So, pro-trailers –
congratulations on your “en-
dorsement” – you should feel
really proud of yourselves.
Philip McQueen
Citizens of Lynnfield Against
the Rail Trail