Amy Rego

AncientFaces Member since Apr 09, 2013

Amy's Photos

A photo of Eleanor Bart and family
· 1 people heart this
Write a comment
A photo of the Bart, Mohr, and Scola families
· 1 people heart this
Write a comment
A photo of Joan Marilyn (Bart) Mohr
· 1 people heart this
Write a comment
A photo of the Mohr family
· 1 people heart this
Write a comment
A photo of the Mohr family
· 1 people heart this
Write a comment
A photo of the Mohr Family
· 1 people heart this
Write a comment
A photo of Chet, Chet Walter and Joan Mohr
· 1 people heart this
Write a comment
A photo of Carole Nason, Vera Macere (1918 - 2002), Joan Mohr, Eleanor Bart and Marilyn Scola
· 1 people heart this
Write a comment
A photo of Eleanor, Walter, and Joan Bart
· 1 people heart this
Write a comment
A photo of Joan Marilyn (Bart) Mohr at Albert and Vera Macere's Wedding Anniversary
· 1 people heart this
Write a comment
View all Amy's photos

Amy's Discussion Posts

Amy Rego Jean Gowen Walden SANFORD - Jean Gowen Walden, 78, transitioned to her eternal home on Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013, following a courageous battle with cancer. Born in Springvale on April 24, 1935, she was the daughter of Fred G. Sr. and Glenna Hobbs Gowen. Jean graduated from Sanford High School in Sanford and attended Gordon College in Boston, where she met Robert L. Walden, Sr., whom she married on June 7, 1955. Jean was a devoted wife and mother. She spent her life in ministry alongside her husband, Rev. Robert L. Walden. They served together in American Baptist Churches in Haverhill, Mass., Oswego, N.Y., and Madison, Camden and Auburn, Maine. Jean lived in Greenwood, Indiana, since 2000 and was a member of the First Baptist Church of Greenwood. Jean is predeceased by her parents, Fred G. Gowen and Glenna Hobbs Gowen. She is also predeceased by her husband, Rev. Robert L. Walden. She is survived by her children, Katherine W. Morrow, and her husband, Gordon, of Greenwood, Indiana, Robert L. Walden, Jr., and his, wife, Carrie, of Warren, and Wendy J. Walden, of Greenwood, Indiana; three beloved granddaughters, Melissa Soiett, Rev. Heather Henson and Heidi Williams; four beloved great grandchildren; brother, Fred Gowen, Jr., and his wife, MaryLou, of Scarbrough; sister, Deborah Gowen, of Leesburg Fla.; as well as nieces, nephews and cousins. Visitation will be held from 10 to 11 a.m., followed by a service celebrating Jean's life at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16, at Carll-Heald and Black Funeral Home, 580 Main Street, Springvale, with Jean's granddaughter, Rev. Heather Henson, officiating. Interment will follow at Riverside Cemetery in Springvale. A reception will take place after the burial at The Family Center, located next door to the Carll-Heald and Black Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts can be made in Jean's name to the mission funds at either First Baptist Church of Greenwood, 99 Main Street, Greenwood, Indiana 46142 or Court Street Baptist Church, 129 Court Street, Auburn, Maine 04210. Arrangements are under the direction of Black Funeral Homes and Cremation Service, Sanford-Springvale. To leave a message of condolence for the family, please visit www.blackfuneralhomes.com. Published in Fosters from Nov. 14 to Nov. 17, 2013
Nov 25, 2013 · posted to the person Jean (Gowen) Walden
Amy Rego Amy Volunteered With New Life Drama Company About New Life Fine Arts Mission "Theater you can believe in" Our commitment is to consistently: Provide high-quality entertaining productions with spiritually uplifting themes. Promote life-change through meaningful themes to which our audiences can readily relate. Partner with individuals and groups to reach out to their community through the theater arts. Present a clear and compelling message that artistically and dramatically illustrates a classic world view. If you are interested in making an investment in this generation through the high impact medium of theater arts, New Life Fine Arts Musical Theater of Concord welcomes your involvement. Our vision is to eventually provide a full season of high quality dramatic events on a resident stage in our proposed New Life Ministry Center; home of New Life Community Church and New Life Fine Arts at 221 Baker Ave. Concord, MA. From this base we propose to send traveling performing and teaching teams who will take the message where the people are. We are presently engaged in raising funds for an air-conditioned auditorium and performing space for year round use. We solicit no funds from government art councils and are funded entirely by local supporters like you. Donations are welcome, and tax-deductible. If you would like to help financially you may make out checks to: New Life Fine Arts PO Box 5 Concord, MA 01742 We also provide many opportunities for people to use their gifts and talents during our productions. For up-to-date information call our offices at (978) 369-0061. Yours in Life's Great Unfolding Story, David MacAdam, director and founder New Life Fine Arts http://newlifefinearts.org/about
Nov 11, 2013 · posted to the surname Rego
Amy Rego Some of Amy's Favorite Places to Visit in Massachusetts, USA: Concord Museum - Featuring period rooms and galleries depicting town life and growth for 1635-1890. The collection includes artifacts associated with the beginning of the Revolutionary War, objects used by Thoreau at Walden Pond and the contents of Emerson’s study, as he left it in 1882. Ralph Waldo Emerson House - The home of the American writer from 1835 to 1882, containing original furnishings and personal memorabilia. The Old Manse - This historic museum offers guided tours discussing the history of the Emerson-Ripley family of ministers who lived there from 1770 to early this century, Ralph Waldo Emerson, who lived there in 1834 and Nathaniel Hawthorne, who lived there 1842-1845. Orchard House - The Alcott family home, where Louisa May Alcott wrote Little Women in 1868. Tours, children’s workshops, a lecture series and living history programs are offered. Old North Bridge and Visitor Center - Part of the Minute Man National Historical Park, the area encompasses a portion of the April 19th Battlefield, including the North Bridge. The visitor center offers a video presentation, displays and book shop. Minute Man Visitor Center - Minute Man National Historical Park - A great place to begin your visit to the park. Orientation and ranger programs, information, bookstore. Newly renovated with all new exhibits. Battle Road Trail - A 5.5 mile interpretive trail for walking, bicycle or wheelchair follows remnants of the historic road and visits historic houses and natural areas in the Minute Man National Historical Park. Sleepy Hollow Cemetery - Author’s Ridge Graves of Thoreau, Hawthorne, the Alcotts, Emerson and Daniel Chester French. See website here. Walden Pond State Reservation - Swimming, boating, fishing and hiking trails. Site of Henry David Thoreau’s cabin. Pets not allowed. Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge - Bird watching, walking trails, pets on leash welcome.
Nov 11, 2013 · posted to the surname Rego
Amy Rego Amy's Favorite Job at the North Bridge Inn B & B: A BRIEF HISTORY The North Bridge Inn was built in 1885 by Jonathan Maynard Keyes, owner of the town's highly successful sporting goods emporium which was located on Walden Street. A hearty, jovial man who had a picuresque resemblance to President Theodore Roosevelt and once met Mr. Roosevelt while Roosevelt was campaigning in Concord. He lived here until his death in 1933. Considered a "modern home" in the late 1800's, the house remained unchanged (even surviving the hurricane of 1938 with little damage) until the 1960's. At that time the building was converted into commercial space. The victorian screened porch on the front of the building was torn down, a retail space was added to the first floor and bedrooms suites to the second and third. A woman's clothing store then occupied retail space which is now a real estate office. The rest of the building was taken over by the Colonial Inn and used as their annex. In 1993, Concord resident Cheryl Roderrick took over the Colonial Inn's lease on the space and turned it into a small Concord bed and breakfast, the North Bridge Inn. In 1998 the current owner, Heidi Godbout, bought the Concord B & B from Cheryl. A lifelong resident of the area, Heidi graduated from the Carlisle and Concord Public Schools, Colby College and recieved an MBA from Northeastern University. Heidi lives in Concord with her husband, Steve and dog, Posey. Major renovations were done to North Bridge Inn in 1998 and 1999 giving the it a fresh new look. North Bridge Inn is now one of the most popular Concord Bed and Breakfast Inns in the town of Concord, MA. North Bridge Inn: 21 Monument Street • Concord, MA 01742 • 888.530.0007 • 978.371.0014 • Fax 978.371.6460 email: info@northbridgeinn.com (Heidi Godbout, Innkeeper) website: northbridgeinn.com
Nov 11, 2013 · posted to the person Amy Beth (Nason) Rego
Amy Rego EagleTribune.com, North Andover, MA October 9, 2013 Richard Bartashy, 65 — Pepperell, MA — Richard Bartashy, 65, of Pepperell, died on Saturday at Nashoba Valley Medical Center in Ayer. Richard was born on December 4, 1947, in Brighton, to Joseph and Eileen (Watson) Bartashy. He attended schools in Brighton and Tewksbury. Rich was employed as a carpenter at Raytheon for 28 years, until his retirement. He loved to play pool. He was wonderful at maintaining his home and yard. Richard is survived by his beloved wife, Judith (DeQuattro) Bartashy of Pepperell; his four brothers, Joseph J. Bartashy Jr. and his wife, Gilva, of Del Ray Beach, Fla., Frank E. Bartashy and his wife, Ruthann, of Naples, Fla., Bill A. Bartashy of Cape Canaveral, Fla., and Michael S. Bartashy and his wife, Angelene, of Dove Canyon, Calif.; his sisters, Darlene Antonucci of Intervale, N.H., and Eileen Bisset and her husband, John, of Billerica; his sister-in-law, Angela Morgan and her husband, Bill, of Rutland, Vt,; as well as many wonderful nieces and nephews. ARRANGEMENTS: A Funeral Mass will be offered on Friday, at 10 a.m., at Corpus Christi Parish at Holy Rosary Church. Burial will follow in Bellevue Cemetery, Lawrence. Family and friends may call on Thursday, from 5 to 8 p.m., at the Conte Funeral Home, 28 Florence Street, Andover. For directions, or to offer condolences, please visit www.contefuneralhomes.com.
Nov 10, 2013 · posted to the person Richard Bartashy
Amy Rego It is with great sadness that we announce of the death of Margaret Pires, loving wife of the late Adeodato DaCosta Pires, beloved mother of Stanley Pires (Helen) and Nelrene Monaco (Rocky) in her 101st year of Westmeath Residential and Care Facility, Pitt's Bay Rd., Pembroke. A Celebration of her Life will be held at the Warwick Seventh-Day Adventist Church on Sunday March 24th 2013 at 4:00 p.m. Interment will follow at Emmanuel Methodist Cemetery. The family will be present to receive friends at the Pearman Funeral Home on Saturday evening from 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. only. Flowers may be sent. She leaves to cherish her memory four grandsons, numerous great grandchildren in the U.S.A., in-laws Attilana “Linnie” Rego, Margaret Winchell and Richard Winchell (Mary), special niece Beulah Mello, special friend Dorothy Fisher and other relatives and friends too numerous to mention both here and abroad. PEARMAN FUNERAL HOME www.legacy.com/obituaries/theroyalgazette/
Nov 09, 2013 · posted to the person Margaret (Winchell) Pires
Amy Rego LEON V. AMIS, FUNERAL DIRECTOR, regrets to announce the death of Mr. Harry F. Mitchell, in his 81st year of #6 Heydon Drive, Sandys He is survived by his two sons Lawrence Mitchell (his sons Ocean and Royce); and Bryan Mitchell (his daughters Yvonne, Audrey, Ella, Freya); and his brothers Vernal Mitchell and Donald Mitchell. Harry had many nick names, and was known in his school days as 'Crane Legs' and in later years as 'Farmer Boy'. A service celebrating his life will be held on SATURDAY MORNING, April 20th, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. AT AMIS Memorial Chapel, #8 Khyber Pass, Warwick. AMIS Memorial Chapel, Ltd. Published in The Royal Gazette on April 19, 2013
Nov 09, 2013 · posted to the person Harry F. Mitchell
Amy Rego Moriarty, Rose Mary Of Waltham formerly of Newton died peacefully August 10 at the Meadow Green Nursing Center in Waltham, born May 13,1919. She was the daughter of the late Emmanuele (Iannazzi) Capobianco and Antonio Guiseppe Capobianco. She was the eldest of four children. She had a brother Cosmo (deceased), sisters Regina and Eleanor. She is also survived by her one child Robert Paglierani of So. Hamilton, Ma, and two grandchildren Mark Paglierani and wife Jennie Paglierani of Topsfield and Lynne Martocci and her husband Michael Martocci of Guilford CT, Six grandchildren Cecily, Willa and Ada Paglierani and Charlotte and Samuel Martocci and Amanda Moore. Relatives and friends are invited to attend a visitation Wed., Aug. 14 from 9:30-10:30AM in rear of Our Lady Help of Christians Church, 573 Washington St, Newton. Followed by a Funeral Mass at 10:30AM. Internment Cambridge Cemetery. Andrew J. Magni & Son F.H., Newton www.magnifuneralhome.com Published in The Boston Globe on August 13, 2013
Nov 09, 2013 · posted to the person Rose Mary (Capobianco) Moriaty
Amy Rego ADAMS, Vita Mary (Astore) Of Brighton July 6, 2013. Beloved wife of the late Kastan Adams. Loving sister of Diane Hodge and the late Connie Mederos, John Astore, Josephine, Rose and Teresa Polcaro. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Funeral from the Lehman Reen and McNamara Funeral Home 63 Chestnut Hill Ave. (nr. Brighton Courthouse)?BRIGHTON Wed-nesday at 8 am. Funeral Mass in St. Anthony Church at 9 am. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend. Visiting Hours Tuesday 4-8 pm. Interment Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge. In lieu of flowers donations in memory of Mrs. Adams may be made to St. Anthony Church 43 Holton St. Allston, MA 02134. Funeral Home handicapped accessible. For directions and guest book please visit www.lehmanreen.com Lehman Reen McNamara Funeral Home Brighton 617 782 1000 Published in The Boston Globe from July 8 to July 9, 2013
Nov 09, 2013 · posted to the person Vita Mary (Astore) Adams
Amy Rego CHEEVERS, Jane Of Marshfield, formerly of Brighton, August 13, 2012 at home surrounded by her loving family. Beloved wife of the late John Cheevers. Loving mother of Patricia Nugent and her husband Gary of FL. Loving grandmother of Nicole Nugent Ward and Elizabeth, Jason and Christian Nugent. Dear aunt of Marjorie and Michael Kassinger and their children Brian and Lisa. Daughter of the late Frank and Beatrice (Kelly) Slater. Jane was a dance teacher and owner of Jane Slater's School of Dance. A memorial service will be held at the MacDonald Funeral Home, 1755 Ocean St. Rte 139, MARSHFIELD on Thursday, August 16 at 6:00 p.m. For online guestbook and directions please visit us at our website, macdonaldfuneralhome.com Published in The Boston Globe on August 15, 2012
Nov 09, 2013 · posted to the person Jane Cheevers
View all Amy's posts...