Barbara Germaine, Gail Binmore, William Inglis, Robert Falke, Richard Grassley, Robert Fontaine and Jeanne Garin.
Chester Cekaka Sr. Chester Cekala Sr. 81, the founder and former president of the family-owned Willow Tree Poultry in Attleboro and a resident of North Attleboro and East Falmouth, died January 12, 2013. He was cherished husband and best friend of Eileen R. (Polefka) Cekala to whom he would have joyfully celebrated 60 years of marriage on June 21. His was father of two caring sons: Chester Cekala, Jr. and his wife, Carol L. (Raleigh) Cekala, of Weston and Walter Cekala and his wife, Lynda P. (Van Dusen) Cekala, of North Attleboro, grandfather of six adored grandchildren: Allison, Christopher, Alexander, Nicholas, Samuel and Andrew Cekala, great grandfather of a loved great grandchild: Ava. He also leaves several extended family members …
Relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend a service in celebration of Gail’s life on Thursday, January, 17th at 1:00 P.M. followed by a reception till 4:00 P.M. at Demetri’s, 2 Washington Street (Route 1) Foxboro.
Tuesday, January 15
Gail S. Binmore, age 53, of Mansfield, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday January 8, 2013 while on vacation in Cancun, Mexico. Born in Montreal, Canada on May 20, 1959, she was the loving daughter of Jackie Monro and her husband David of Montreal, Canada and Raymond Binmore and his wife Joan of St. Pete’s Beach, Florida. Gail grew up and was educated in Canada. She was a graduate of John XXIII High School in the suburbs of Dorval. She continued her education and was a graduate of Champlain College and Bishop’s University, both in Quebec. Her working career involved a long history of working for technology companies. She had most recently been employed as an Account Executive for SAP America and had previously worked at the Oracle …