Robert D. Rideout
Robert D. Rideout, 90, died Monday, May 7 at the Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton. He was the husband of the late Antoinette L. (Anastasi) Rideout. Born in Dorchester Lower Mills, he was raised and educated in Dorchester. Mr. Rideout was a resident of Hough's Neck in Quincy for several years before moving to Stoughton in 1962.
He was a Veteran of the US Army in both WWII and Korea. He worked as a steel worker for over 40 years and then as an Iron Worker for Local 501 in Boston for over eight years. In younger days, he worked as a Stone Cutter for Canniff Monument.
He was a member of several clubs including the Middleboro Elks, the Sons of Italy in Easton, the VFW Milton Post in Dorchester, the Milton Yacht Club and the American Legion Post 188 in Sandwich. He was a lifetime member of the Mitchell Club in Middleboro. In his free time, he enjoyed woodworking and fishing.
Mr. Rideout is survived by his two daughters; Laraine C. Halpin and her husband Joseph of Weymouth and Jacqueline A. Rice of Forestdale. He was predeceased by his son Walter D. Rideout, his son-in-law Ceyphus Rice, his siblings, Florence Moore, William and Clifton Rideout and his former wife Beatrice M. (Foster) Rideout. He is also survived by his close friend, Mark Greenberg of Weymouth, eight grandchildren, several great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.
Funeral Services were held at the VA National Cemetery, Connery Ave, Bourne on Thursday, May 10. Donations in his memory may be made to the Mitchell Club, 29 Elm St., Middleboro, MA 02346.
Louise Annette (Sturgis) Caddell
Louise Annette (Sturgis) Caddell, 89, of Wildwood, Fla., died May 6. She was born Oct. 27, 1922, in Quincy, Mass., to the late Lester B. and Verna M. (Bent) Sturgis. Mrs. Caddell was married Oct. 7, 1941, to Jonathan Don Caddell in Stoughton.
Prior to her marriage, she worked at Tubular Rivet Company factory in Wollaston. She began teaching Sunday school at the age of 16 and her work in the church continued until she was in her 70s. Louise joined the Perseverance Rebekah Lodge in Stoughton, in 1962, where she served faithfully as Noble Grand, past Noble Grand and District Deputy President.
She continued to serve as Inside Guardian of the Rebekah Assembly Board and became a member of Seven Stars Rebekah Lodge.
Mrs. Caddell was a member of Oxford United Methodist Church and also attended Oxford Assembly of God Church.
Louise had two sons, Jonathon D. Skip Caddell, born Oct. 17, 1943, and Calvin L. Caddell, born Sept. 8, 1955. She was predeceased by her parents, her loving husband of 55 years in 1996, and her son, Jonathan in 1994.
She is survived by her devoted son, Calvin of Wildwood, Fla.; her sister, Doris M. Rowell of Manomet, Mass.; her brother, Lester B. Sturgis of Quincy, Mass.; one granddaughter, Barbara L. (Caddell) Dawhare of Cohoes, N.Y.; one great-grandson, Nicholas Dawhare, also of Cohoes, N.Y.; and several nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews and beloved friends, John D. and Cheryl Lackey of Marianna, Fla.
A memorial service were held at Oxford United Methodist Church Friday, May 11. Interment will be in Maplewood Cemetery in Stoughton, at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to Beyers Funeral Home and Crematory, Lady Lake, Fla.
Donald Andrade, age 74, born in Stoughton, passed away May 2, after a short illness.
He leaves his loving wife of over 30 years, Margaret; and their blended family, Donald Jr., Steve, Shelly, Marty, Cherie, B.J., David and their spouses and children. He was predeceased by his first wife, Doris Rose. He also leaves his sister, Dolores Audlee of Stoughton.