Roland A. ChabotFebruary 17,2013Roland A. Chabot Rites
The funeral service for Roland Arthur Chabot, 89, of Rutland, who died Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013, was held Saturday, Feb. 16, at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church.
The Rev. Remigius Bukuru Ntahondi, pastor, officiated.
The organist was Richard Brown and the vocalist was Lori Routhier.
Gift bearers were Tina McKearin and Tracy Ploof.
Bearers were John McKearin, Jeffrey Ploof, Louis Ross, Robert Smith, Mitch Conway and Dylan Beaudrey.
A reception followed in the St. Ann’s Hall.
Burial will military honors will be at a later date in the St. Joseph Cemetery.
The American Legion Post #31 color guard held a service Friday evening at the Aldous Funeral Home. Flag folders were Sam Coburn, Jim Mills, Steve Kipp, Clayton Rockwell and Ron Fairbanks. The flag was presented by Dick White.
Memorial contributions may be made to Green Mountain Foster Grandparent Program, 6 Court St., Rutland, Vermont 05701 or to the American Legion Post #31 Baseball, 33 Washington St., Rutland, VT 05701.
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