Alfred Howe Obituary, Death -New Hampshire city of Charlestown On Friday, November 18, 2022, Alfred H. Howe, who was 86 years old, passed away at the Cheshire Medical Center in Keene, New Hampshire. On October 17, 1936, he was welcomed into the world by his parents, Homer and Florence (Baker) Howe, in Weathersfield, Vermont. He received his high school education from Weathersfield.
On the 15th of December in 1954, he tied the knot with Sylvia Page in Springfield, Vermont. On March 27, 2016, she was taken from us forever. Both the Springfield Foundry and Joy Manufacturing were places of employment for Alfred over the course of many years. He was an avid outdoorsman who relished activities such as hunting, fishing, gardening, and playing cards and bingo. He treasured the time he got to spend with his grandchildren. He adored his dogs and cats and also enjoyed giving food to the local squirrels.
His son Daryl Howe and his wife Judy, both of Charlestown, New Hampshire, are the only members of his family to survive him. Shelley Rullo from Charlestown, New Hampshire, Cheryl Bates and her husband Kenneth from Kankakee, Illinois, both live in Kankakee. Beatrice Currier and Homer Howe, both of Weathersfield, Vermont, submitted the application. In addition to his children and wives, he leaves behind a large number of grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and cousins.
His grandparents, his parents, his wife Sylvia, his two daughters Connie Boyland and Karen Howe, his grandson Dana Rullo, his granddaughter Stephanie Bates, and his son-in-law James Boyland all passed away before him.
Visitors are welcome to stop by the Davis Memorial Chapel in Springfield, Vermont, on the Saturday, November 26, 2022, between the hours of 2:00 and 3:00 PM. At three o’clock in the afternoon, the Reverend Gerry Piper will preside over the funeral service that will be held at the Davis Memorial Chapel.
A reception will take place at the Charlestown Town Hall in Charlestown, New Hampshire, immediately following the services that are being held there. In the spring of 2023, the body of the deceased person will be laid to rest in the Ascutneyville Cemetery located in Ascutney, Vermont.