Keith M. Marable Sr.

Keith M. Marable Sr. passed away Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016, at his home in Framingham, Mass. He was 61.
Mr. Marable is survived by his spouse, Laura Turcotte; his two sons, Keith Marable Jr. and Zachary Marable; brother, Richard Marable; and sisters, Nancy Jackson, Cherisse Hamilton, Adrean Degryse and Andrea Marable. He had four grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
The funeral service will be held Feb. 17 at Dole, Child's & Shaw Funeral Home, 148 Main Street, Haverhill, Mass.
Service and viewing is from 4:30 to 6 p.m.; and gathering from 6 to 10 p.m. Bring food and/or drinks.
Phone number for the funeral home is (978) 372-1120.
In lieu of flowers please donate to Mr Marable's gofundme page. This will help alleviate the burden on the already devastated family.

Gary Alan Seavey

Gary Alan Seavey passed away suddenly on Feb 9, 2016.
He was an avid photographer and ski enthusiast. In his retirement, he was able to enjoy the scenic beauty of the area. Cruising through the notches was part of his daily routine.
He cherished his family and friends and was proud to call himself a local.
Per his request there will be no services. A celebration of life party honoring him will be held this spring.

June Ficker

KENNEBUNK, Maine — June Morton Bryant Ficker, widow of Dr. Robert F. Ficker and resident of Kennebunk Beach, passed away peacefully Feb. 5, 2016 after a short illness.
Born June 9, 1924 in Winchester, Mass., June was the daughter of Newell Kingman Morton and Pearl Bates Morton.
She graduated from Beaver Country Day School in 1942 and Pierce Secretarial School in 1944. She was a member of the South Congregational Church, Kennebunkport, Maine, and for many years the First Church, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Tyler Douglas Wade

Tyler Douglas Wade, 24, of Tamworth and Meredith died suddenly of a pulmonary embolism on Feb. 8, 2016 at Memorial Hospital in North Conway.
He left behind his older brother, Joshua Wade of Keene; his mother, Dawn Stone of Tamworth; and his father, Chuck Wade, and his wife, Patricia, both of Meredith. He is also survived by his grandmother, Ruth Verrocchi of Middleboro, Mass., and his grandfather, Charles F. Wade Sr. of Charleston, S.C., as well as many aunts, uncles and cousins.

Plummer 'Plum' Ezra Potter Jr.

2-11-16-plummer--plum--ezra-potter-jrPlummer "Plum" Ezra Potter Jr.Plummer "Plum" Ezra Potter Jr., 78, of Albany has "Gone to the Mountains" in his home, comforted by his loving family in the early morning of Feb. 9, 2016.

Plum was an only child, born in North Conway in August 1937 and was predeceased by his parents, Mabel (Plumley) and Plummer Potter Sr.; and first wife, Erdene.

As a lifelong resident of Mount Washington Valley, he attended Center Conway Grammar School and graduated from A. Crosby Kennett High School, class of 1951 and later attended accounting college in Concord.

As a result of a car crash in June 1957, Plum would use crutches for his remaining years. The scarred tree can still be seen while driving on Brownfield Road in Center Conway. The click-clack of his crutches was a well-known sound throughout Mount Washington Valley. His recovery required 97 pints of plasma and a five month two day stay at Mary Hitchcock Hospital in Lebanon. He was the first hemophiliac to survive major surgery in New Hampshire. His unquestionable strength and resolve served him well throughout his life.