Dolan Funeral Home

Richard H. Walwood

Richard Walwood, age 76, of Milton passed away suddenly at his home of 50 years. A retired architect, “Dick” was well known throughout greater Boston as a gentleman and an accomplished and talented architect.  His kind disposition and modest demeanor could not conceal his strength of character and intellect. He owned and operated R.H. Walwood Architects , Inc. for over 40 years and reluctantly retired in 2008 due to the debilitating effects of Parkinson’s Disease. He designed numerous landmark homes and commercial projects and held a deep passion for his craft until his death. Raised in Belmont, Mr. Walwood was graduated from Boston College High School and The University of Notre Dame. He was a rabid fan of Fighting Irish football, and passed with his beloved Domers undefeated this season and headed to the National Championship game.

Mr. Walwood will be fondly remembered as a faithful and loving husband, father, brother and uncle. He is survived by his beloved wife of 49 years, Janice M.(Kickham), and five loving children, Susan of Milton, Richard of CA, Peter of Medford, Janice of Beverly, and Julie of Quincy. He will be sorely missed by his three grandchildren Richard, Abraham and Luke along with 34 nieces and nephews. Mr. Walwood was preceded in death by his older brother James, his best friend.

A Milton resident for 50 years, Mr. Walwood was a member of the Milton Hoosic Club, The Clover Club of Boston, a past member of Hatherly Country Club, and a member and past president of The Notre Dame Club Of Boston. Throughout his life, he was an avid golfer, designer, and music lover and was known for his prowess on the dance floor. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in St. Elizabeth’s Church, Milton,  Saturday, Dec. 1, at 10 o’clock. Visiting Hours in the Dolan Funeral Home, 460 Granite Ave. EAST MILTON, Friday, 4 – 8 pm.  Interment Private.  If desired contributions in Dick’s memory may be sent to St. Elizabeth’s Church, 350 Reedsdale Rd., Milton, MA 02186.

Susie G. Lynch

Lynch, Susie G. of Quincy, age 101, November 26, 2012.  Susie is survived by her two children, Patricia Lynch of Quincy and John Lynch of Lake George, NY., her sister Mary Follett of Newfoundland, Canada, granddaughter Jacqueline Lynch of New York and grandson Andrew Lynch of Quincy.  She was predeceased by her husband John W. Lynch.  Susie worked for many years in the retail business and was a devoted member of Saint Mary’s Episcopal Church in Dorchester.  A funeral service will be celebrated on Saturday, December 1 at 11 A.M. in Saint Chrysostom Church 1 Linden St., in Quincy.  Burial will be private.  In lieu of flowers donations are asked to be made to Saint Chrysostom Church 1 Linden St., Quincy, MA 02170

Madeline S. Barnes

Madeline (Strother) Barnes, on Monday, November 26, 2012.  Born October 3, 1938 to the late Louise Thacker Thomas and Francis Ray Strother, Sr.  She leaves behind her son Christopher Barnes, her daughter Eve Strother; siblings Gayle Thomas Baxter, Francis Ray Strother, Jr., and brother in law William Baxter; Aunts Anne Dove and Maria Yalou, her friend and companion of over 30 years, Roger Jean Baptist; a host of nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, colleagues and students.  Madeline Barnes was a dedicated nurse and nurse instructor.  She traveled widely, was active with friends, nursing and cultural groups, and led a full and happy life. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday, December 1, 2012 at 11:00 AM in St. Angela’s Church, 1548 Blue Hill Ave. (Rte 28) Mattapan, MA, with viewing from  10-11AM.  Relatives and friends invited.  Visitation will be held on Friday, November 30 at Dolan Funeral Home, 1140 Washington Street, Dorchester LOWER MILLS  from 5-9 PM.  Interment Mt. Hope Cemetery.

Susan C. Radeos

Radeos – Susan C. (Servente), of Milton, Nov. 23, 2012. Beloved wife of John S. Radeos.  Devoted mother of Lilliana S. Spillane, Steven J. Radeos, Jason P. Radeos, Donald J. Radeos, and Christie M. Radeos, all of Milton. Daughter of the late Lillian (Ferreira) Servente and John Servente. Sister of Lorraine Parece, Paula Stephens, Catherine DiRoca, Roberta Servente and Donald Servente. Funeral Service in the Dolan & Chapman Funeral Home, 5 Canton Ave., MILTON VILLAGE, Friday, November 30 at 11 o’clock. Visiting hours Thursday 4 – 8 pm.  Interment Milton Cemetery. If desired donations in Susan’s name may be sent to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute,  P.O. Box 849168, Boston, MA 02284-9168.

Dorothy C. (Clarkson) “Sis” Teehan

Dorothy C. ( Clarkson) “Sis” Teehan, of  Braintree, formerly of Quincy, died Sunday November 25, 2012. She was the beloved wife of the late John F. Teehan. Loving mother of Imelda E. Roche and her husband Paul D. of Plymouth, Jane C. Teehan and Michael J. Barber of Sandwich, John G. Teehan and his wife Mandy B. of Onset, Dorothy V. Keady and her husband Thomas J., Jr., of West Roxbury, Mary T. Smith and her husband Jerome D. of Braintree, Ellen A. Teehan of Braintree, Richard J. Teehan of Plymouth, Peter C. Teehan of Quincy, Timothy X. Teehan and his wife Angela M. of Peabody, and Amy M. Teehan of Quincy. Dorothy is “Munna” to 25 Grandchildren and 15 Great Grandchildren. Cherished sister of the late Mary E. “Betty” Sullivan, Imelda C. Driscoll, Ellen C. Mackey and Susan C. Walker. Sister-in-law of Richard M. Mackey, Jr., Paul F. Walker and the late James J. Sullivan and James G. Driscoll. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in Saint Agatha Church, Adams Street at Brook Road, Milton, Thursday, November 29 at 9:00AM. Relatives and friends kindly invited. Visiting hours at Dolan Funeral Home, 460 Granite Avenue, EAST MILTON, Wednesday 3-8 PM. Interment New Calvary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations in Sis’ memory may be sent to the Dorothy C. and John F. Teehan Scholarship Fund, c/o Saint Agatha School, 440 Adams Street, Milton, MA 02186.

Eleanor M. Tobias

Eleanor M. Tobias, of Milton, originally from South Boston, November 25, 2012.  Daughter of the late Albert & Bessie (Segal) Tobias.  Devoted sister of the late Paul Tobias & his wife Mary; Jeanne Spellman & her husband Edward; Saul Tobias &  his wife Lorraine; Lillian Harmon &  her husband Joshua; and Alfred Tobias & his wife Bertha.  Eleanor was considered the matriarch of her family, including her six nieces and nephews: Ronald, Robert, Albert, Allen, John, Arlene, and Richard and their spouses, sixteen loving great-nieces and great-nephews, many cherished great nieces and nephews, as well as numerous devoted friends.  A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in Saint Elizabeth Church, 350 Reedsdale Road, Milton, Tuesday November 27 at 11:00 AM.  Relatives and friends invited.  Visitation at the Dolan & Chapman Funeral Home, 5 Canton Avenue, MILTON VILLAGE, Tuesday 9:30 – 10:30 AM.  Interment Knollwood Memorial Park, Canton.  Eleanor was a longtime office manager and head bookkeeper at  the Boston Federation of Musicians.  She was a volunteer at the Golden Living Center in Dedham for over 12 years.  Donations in memory of Eleanor may be made to Golden Living Center Activities Department, 1007 East Street, Dedham, MA 02026 or to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, P.O. Box 849168, Boston, MA 02284-9168.

Madeline V. (Murphy) Bartlett

Madeline V. Bartlett, age 74, of Hingham and Chatham, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on Friday, November 23, 2012 at South Shore Hospital, Weymouth after a courageous battle with ovarian cancer. Madeline was born May 10, 1938 in Boston and grew up in Dorchester. She received her BS in Education from Boston State College; Masters of Education and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Education from Bridgewater State College. She had a forty-five year career as a teacher and administrator in education. After raising her children, she taught mathematics at Notre Dame Academy, Hingham and then became vice principal. Her other educational experiences, following Notre Dame Academy, included principal at Our Lady of Nazareth Academy, Wakefield; mathematics teacher at Don Bosco High School, Boston; mathematics teacher at Brockton High School; and fifteen years as an adjunct faculty memberat Massasoit Community College, Brockton, where she continued teaching until recently. Her Chatham beach house was known as “Nana’s Beach House” where she welcomed all with love and generosity, as well as providing fun adventures for the kids. Madeline was a beacon for her family and friends, always shining with warmth, love and hope. Her faith, spirituality and positive outlook guided her during these last years of her illness. Besides her loving husband of fifty years, Robert J. (BoBar) Bartlett, Madeline is also survived by her four children and her treasured nine grandchildren: Keith R. Bartlett (Stephani Roberts), Katherine, Sienna and Mia Bartlett; Suzanne E. Bartlett (Daniel Fields), Devin and Tegan Bartlett; Roberta Bartlett Rusch (Mark Rusch), Matthew and Caroline Rusch; Jonathan R. Bartlett (Julie Cotter Bartlett), Bridget and Brexton Bartlett. In addition, Madeline is survived by her three devoted sisters, Brenda Madden, Jeanne Bowes, and Judy Weston. She is predeceased by her grandson, Brody V. Bartlett, her two sisters Ann Maloney and Mary Girton, as well as her parents Albert and Alice (Ward) Murphy. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Saint Agatha Church, Adams Street at Brook Road, Milton, on Tuesday, November 27 at 10:30 AM. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours at Dolan Funeral Home, 460 Granite Ave., EAST MILTON, Monday 4-8 PM. Interment Milton Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made in her name to the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance –

Adele B. (Connery) Giovanniello

Adele B. (Connery) Giovanniello of Milton, November 22, 2012. Beloved wife of Thomas J. Giovanniello, Sr. Devoted mother of Thomas J. Giovanniello, Jr. and his wife Janet of Thomaston, ME. Step-mother of Karen L. Giovanniello of Quincy. Grandmother of Matthew A. Giovanniello and Catherine L. Giovanniello, both of NH. Sister of the late Elaine Tomasetti and Edward J. Connery. Funeral Services Private. Late Member Wollaston Country Club. If desired contributions in Adele’s memory may be sent to the charity of one’s choice.

Alice Brown

Alice Brown, 79, of Boston, Massachusetts was called to eternal rest on November 8, 2012.  Alice departed this life peacefully at Marian Manor in Boston, Massachusetts.On August 6, 1933, Alice was born to Ophelia Brown and Clinton Arthur Brown in Newark, New Jersey.  As an adult, Alice and her twin sister, Ruth moved to Boston, MA and had an enjoyable career as the night supervisor and desk clerk at the YWCA residence on Berkeley.  Alice is now at peace and happily enjoying those who have gone before her:  brothers, John, Herbert, Freddie and Irving and sisters, Kathryn, Clara and a triplet sister Ophelia, who died at birth. Those left to cherish her memories include but not limited to: her twin sister, Ruth, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and many friends including dear friends, Christine Eyre and Heather, who will cherish her memories.  Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, December 1, 2012, 10AM, at the NEW ST. JAMES BAPTIST CHURCH, 346 Clinton Place, Newark, NJ  07112.

Phoebe Kearns

Phoebe Wilson Kearns, of Milton passed away on November 21, 2012. Phoebe was born on April 8, 1927 in Glasgow, Scotland to John and Isabella Wilson, joining her elder sister Mary Wilson (Lee).  She leaves her husband William Kearns of Milton, daughter Carol Kearns Andrews of Milton, son Michael Kearns of Somerville, granddaughter Isabel Andrews of Milton. nephew John Lee and grandnephews Andrew, Matthew and Stuart, of the United Kingdom, sisters-in-law Catherine Kearns of Cohasset, Elaine Russo and her husband Thomas of Wayland and many beloved nieces and nephews, Judy Curtain, and the Nolan, Hanley, and Russo extended families. Phoebe was a graduate of the Gallowflat School in Rutherglen, Scotland, where she distinguished herself as a fearless and skilled roller skater. She was a teenager in Britain during World War II, where she survived extreme rationings and the bombings of the blitz period, including the famous Clyde Bank raid. After the war she worked at the Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow, and performed at the Royal Theater in Glasgow. She came to the United States in 1954 for a visit, where she met her future husband Bill at the Seacrest in Falmouth, during Hurricane Carol.   Phoebe loved nature and animals, great music and literature, and will be remembered for her loving warmth to family, friends, and neighbors alike. Funeral Service in the Dolan- Chapman Funeral Home, 5 Canton Ave., MILTON VILLAGE,Sat., Nov. 24 at 11 o’clock. Visiting Hours Saturday morning  10 – 11. Interment Private. If desired in lieu of flowers, contributions in Phoebe’s name may be sent to Milton Animal League, 181 Governor Stoughton Lane, Milton, MA 02186.