Dolan Funeral Home

Paul R. McNaughton

Paul R. McNaughton of Cardiff by the Sea, CA died on Dec. 21, at Encinitas Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Encinitas, CA.  He was 85. He was born in Boston and grew up in Milton attending, Milton High School and graduating in 1945.  After completion of his service in the Navy he enrolled in the Boston College Carroll School of Management graduating with the Class of 1952.  He worked at Dupont Industries and started his own business in 1967 and was the founder and president of Parimco Inc. until 1996 when he retired. Paul was the beloved brother of the late Arthur F McNaughton Jr, and Gerard McNaughton and is survived by his beloved sister Alice M Langley and her husband John E Langley of Franklin, MA.  Uncle of Susan White and her husband Robert of Jacksonville, FL, John E Langley Jr. and his wife Diane of Walpole, Paul Langley of Franklin, Elizabeth Quenneville and her husband Donald of S. Attleboro, Julie Smith of Dighton, Stephan Langley of Wells, ME and Arthur F. McNaughton III and his wife Lise of Brentwood, NH. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in St. Elizabeth’s Church, Milton, Tuesday, January 8, at 10 o’ clock.  Visiting Hours, Monday, in the Dolan – Chapman Funeral Home, 5 Canton Ave., MILTON VILLAGE, 4 – 7 pm.  Interment Milton Cemetery.   If desired contributions in Paul’s memory may be sent to John D. Langley Foundation, 6 Metacomet Street, Walpole, MA 02081-2038

Carine Nelson

Carine Nelson, 43 , a certified nursing assistant, of Hyde Park, died December 25, 2012 at Parkwell Nursing and Rehabilitation Center after a long illness.  Born in Haiti on April 2, 1969, she was the daughter of Thereze Medena of Hyde Park and the late Sedene Forestral.   Mother of Yssmael Nelson and Ruthca Nelson.  Also survived by three brothers Seimond , Carlo  and Braenel Forestral, two sisters; Ketchina and Roseline.  Funeral Service will be held at 10:00 AM on  Saturday, January 5, 2013 at Kingdom Hall of Jehovahs Witness, 230 Wood Ave. Hyde Park.  Interment Mt. Hope Cemetery, Boston immediately following.

Richard Dwyer

Richard Dwyer, of Plymouth, Dec 31, 2012. Beloved brother of Mary Dwyer Carey of Needham and Eileen Dwyer Wilson of Quincy. Uncle of Marie Carey of Scituate, Richard Carey of Quincy and Paul Carey of Boston. Dear friend of the Hutchinson family.  Also survived by his many loyal friends. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in Saint Agatha Church, MILTON, Saturday January 5 at 10:30 am. Visiting hours at Dolan Funeral Home, 460 Granite Ave, EAST MILTON, Friday 3 – 7 pm. Interment Private.  Graduate Stonehill College, Class of 1962.  Late Clerk Magistrate Dorchester District Court.  In lieu of flowers donations in Dick’s memory may be sent to Stonehill College, Advancement Division, 320 Washington Street, Easton, MA 02357.

James D. Wetzel

James D. Wetzel, 72, AIA of Jamaica Plain, died on December 25, 2012 of complications from COPD with his beloved wife Elizabeth Burden by his side.  He is also survived by his son Jeremy Wetzel and his wife Lupe, and grandson Jonathan of Aurora, CO; his sisters Maryhelen Hampton of Pocatello, ID, Rita Galbraith (Michael) of Webb City, MO, Elaine Downs (William) of Blackfoot, ID, Lenda Davis (Alan) of Fullerton, CA, and his brother Lewis Wetzel (Kim) of Laguna Niguel, CA and stepmother Martha Wetzel of Encinitas, CA as well as many nieces and nephews.  He was predeceased by his father Jacob Wetzel and mother Avis Stubbs, and stepfather Ross Stubbs.  James was born in Ohio, raised in Wyoming, and lived in San Francisco where he began his architectural studies at Cal State; then lived briefly in NYC before settling in Boston in the late 60’s. Throughout the 70’s he traveled and/or worked as a draftsman throughout Europe, Morocco, the Middle East, Afghanistan, India, and Nepal.  In 1988, he returned with his wife to travel extensively throughout SE Asia and India.  He obtained his architectural degree from Boston Architectural College to become a registered architect, and was a member of the Boston Society of Architects.  During his career, he worked at several notable firms such as Benjamin Thompson & Associates on large scale commercial or institutional projects such as the revival of Faneuil Hall Marketplace and NYU Library.  As an independent architect, he focused on smaller residential and commercial projects including the Montien Thai restaurant in Boston.  In the 90’s he was a long time member on the Jamaica Plain Zoning Committee.  In his later years, he worked with Stephen Hale & Associates on libraries namely the Cary Memorial Library in Lexington.  In his retirement and in declining health, he was steadfast in his Pulmonary Maintenance program and a POG member.  Visitation from 11am – 1pm followed by a service on Saturday, January 5 at Dolan Funeral Home at 1140 Washington St., Dorchester.   Reception to follow at Montien Restaurant 63 Stuart St Boston.  In lieu of flowers, contributions if desired may be made in James’ memory to Brigham & Women’s Hospital 116 Huntington Avenue, 5th Fl, Boston, MA 02116 (note: James Wetzel for Pulmonary Rehab) or Boston Architectural College     


Muriel D. Lamb

Muriel (Durfee) Lamb Of Quincy, formerly of Vermont, Dec. 21, beloved wife of Maxwell G. Lamb. A Mass of Christian Burial will celebrated at St. Joseph’s Church, QUINCY, Friday, Jan 4, at 10 o’clock. Interment Private.

Lillian Patricia Quinn

Lillian Patricia  (Symmons) Quinn, died Dec. 24 at the Marina Bay Nursing Home, Quincy , She was 95. Born in Boston., An accomplished artist, she attended Boston Museum School, Vesper George Art School and studied with Alfred Spitall a famous Boston portrait artist. She also sang on the radio with her brother Thomas Symmons. After her husband  Joseph Quinn came home from the 2nd WW , they moved to Milton where Pat continued her art career. She then attended Fisher Secretarial School nights, then became a clinical secretary at the Carney Hospital. Shortly after she went to work for her inventor brother Paul Symmons who in 1938 invented and manufactured the first non scalding shower valve in the world. An accomplished pianist and organist she volunteered in various churches and became President of the Milton Women’s Club. and member of the Milton Art Association. She is predeceased by her beloved husband of 66 years,  Joseph J. Quinn who died in 2007.  Devoted mother of Pamela E. Grady and her husband Thomas of Wolfeboro, NH. David J. Quinn of Canton.  Grandmother of Jennifer DeCarvalho and her husband Michael of Manchester by the Sea, Ma.  Gretchen Green and her husband Ted of Boynton Beach ,Fla. Zachary Grady and his wife Renee of Canton, Ma.  Great Grandmother of Katerina, Samantha, and Jacqueline Grady of Canton and Kaila and Mia DeCarvalho of Manchester by the Sea. Visiting Hours in the Dolan – Chapman Funeral Home, 5 Canton Ave., Milton Village, Friday 4-7 pm.  A Mass of Christian Burial  will be celebrated at StAgatha’s Church, Milton, Saturday Dec.29 at 10:30 am.   Interment Milton Cemetery.  If desired contributions in her memory may be sent to  the activity program she so enjoyed at the Marina Bay Nursing and Rehab Facility, Quincy Ma. 02169 or to St. Agatha’s Church, 432 Adams St., Milton, MA 02186.



Francky Joseph

Francky Joseph of Boston died after being struck by a car on Dec. 17, 2012. He was 30 years old. Visiting hours at Dolan Funeral Home, 1140 Washington St., DORCHESTER LOWER MILLS,  Friday, December 28, from 6 – 9 pm. Funeral Service in the Tabernacle Baptist Church, 575 American Legion Highway , Roslindale, Saturday, December 29, at 9:30 am. Interment Cedar Grove Cemetery, Dorchester.

Lawrence L. Cherry

Lawrence Leo Cherry, 68 of Georgia, a retired member of the United States Armed Forces died after a long battle with cancer surrounded by his family.  

Larry was employed by Tufts Medical Center for several years. Additionally he served in the United States  Army prior to joining the United States Air Forces where he spent the remainder of his military career.

He is survived by his beloved children Michael and his fiancé Sarah, James and his wife Jerrellyn, Jonathan and his wife Ericka and Jennifer and her husband Thomas Lee.  Larry devoted his recent years to his beautiful grandchildren – Ariana, Jazion, Jalen Cherry, Desiree and Dacia Brown and Thomas Lee, III.

Born in Roxbury, to the late Michael Frances Cherry and Margaret (Souther) Cherry, Larry was one of 19 children. He is survived by his brothers Thomas Cherry of Haverhill, Joseph Cherry of New Mexico and his sisters Marge Simmons of Illinois and Mary  Egan of Milton along with wonderful brother and sister in laws.

A  Mass of Christian  Burial will be celebrated in St. Elizabeth’s Church on Friday, Dec. 28 at 10 o’clock.

Visiting  Hours Friday morning  in the Dolan Funeral Home, 460 Granite Ave. EAST MILTON 8:30 – 9:30 am.

Angela J. Panchamsingh

Mrs. Angela J. Panchamsingh, of Milton, MA, lovingly known as “Mama”, passed away on December 23, 2012. She was the beloved wife of the late Mr. Joseph Panchamsingh. Angela is survived by her son, Joseph Panchamsingh, her daughter, Julie A. Panchamsingh-Barakat, and daughter-in-law, Cynthia Panchamsingh of Milton. Angela was the beloved grandmother of Angela Silva of Canton, Joseph Panchamsingh and Michelle Contreras of Dorchester, Selena Taliento of Roslindale, Diana Quinchia of Hyde Park, & Amelia Ali, Jonathan Panchamsingh, and Saad Ali of Milton. Mama was also the proud Great-Grandmother of seven great grandchildren: Ariana, Jose, Daniel, Aiden, Juliana, Samuel, and Ahlayna. She is also survived by her brother, Norman Ramjattansingh of Trinidad & Tobago, WI. Visiting Hours will be held at Dolan Funeral Home, 460 Granite Avenue, EAST MILTON from 9-10:30 am, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at St. Mary of the Hills Church in Milton, on Thursday, December 27th, at 11 o’clock. Interment to be held at Cedar Grove Cemetery, Dorchester.

Howard G. Nutting, Jr.

Nutting – of Foxboro, formerly of Milton, Dec. 19, Howard G. Nutting, Jr., age 88,  beloved husband of the late Ruth A. (Michaud) Nutting.  Devoted father of William R. Nutting and his wife Lynne of Norwood, Kenneth A. Nutting and his wife Mary of Foxboro, Bruce S. Nutting and his wife Michele of Marshfield, Jeffrey H. Nutting and his wife Renee of Milton and Deborah R. Godfrey and her husband Albert of N. Attleboro. Brother of the late William N. Nutting. Also survived by 14 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren.  A Memorial Service in the First Congregational Church of Milton, 495 Canton Ave., Milton, Sat., Dec. 29, at 2 o’clock.  Internment Private.  If desired contributions in Howard’s memory may be sent to the First Congregational Church of Milton. Late member of the Macedonian & Milton Lodge A.F. & A.M. and US Army Air Corps Pilot China Theater W.W. II.