THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, June 7, 2024 Page 21 OBITUARIES | FROM PAGE 20 gether in Malden. They shared many wonderful years until Dennis’s passing in 2020. Paula was a longtime active member of both the East Side Athletic Association, and the Moose Lodge of Malden. She enjoyed traveling and taking cruises to anywhere that had a beach. She also had a great love for animals, especially cats. She is survived by her sisters, Wendy M. Themea of Bridgeton, ME, Kim E. Flammia of Gloucester, Debra Pl Abramovich of Greenfield, ME, and Denise M. Gadbois of Gloucester, many loving nieces and nephews, and two great nieces. Paula was preceded in death by her husband Dennis “D.J.” James, and her parents, William and Ruth Willcox. Funeral services will be held at the Weir- MacCuish Golden Rule Funeral Home, 144 Salem St, Malden on Sunday, June 9th, at 4 PM, with visitation from 2 – 4 PM. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations in Paula’s memory may be made to the Northeast Animal Shelter. 347 Highland Ave, Salem, MA 01970 George Lemist Long-time resident of Malden. Passed away peacefully, surrounded by family on May 28th 2024 at the age of 77. The son of John and Marie (Laudato) Lemist, he was raised in Charlestown, MA. George graduated from Boston Technical High school in 1966. He was drafted and proudly served his country in the U.S. Army 199th Light Infantry Brigade 1967 -1969 during the Vietnam War. In 1972, he married Mary (Sullivan), and they remained happily married for the rest of his life. They settled in Malden to raise their two sons, Justin and Michael. A printer and bookbinder by trade, George would be better defined by his role as a dad and by his hobbies. He liked wood working and was an avid Bruins Fan. But most, he loved fishing, boating, and camping with his family and many friends in Maine at Kokatosi Campground, his cherished home away from home for 40 years. George is survived by his beloved wife, Mary Lemist, his son, Justin Lemist, his brothers Thomas Lemist and his wife Betty Ann of Carver, and Paul Lemist of Australia, his sister-inlaw Judy Lemist of New Hampshire, Clean-Outs! We take and dispose from cellars, attics, garages, yards, etc. Call Robert at: 781-844-0472 his brother-in-law Rick Bolz of S. Carolina, his daughter-in-law, Denise Berry of Michigan, and many other family members and friends. George was predeceased by his son Michael, his parents John and Marie, his brothers John, Robert, Michael, and his sister Annmarie (Bolz). Visitation for George was held at the Weir-MacCuish Golden Rule Funeral Home, Malden Tuesday June 4th followed by interment at Forest Dale Cemetery in Malden. 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Send resume to jmagee@actionjacksonusa.com or call 1-800-356-6112 if you have any questions. 1. June 7 is National Donut Day; Brooklyn’s Manila Social Club’s Golden Cristal Ube Donut is the priciest donut (reportedly $1,200 a dozen); what is ube? 2. How are Toody and Muldoon similar? 3. Which has more gold: Fort Knox or the Federal Reserve Bank of NYC? 4. On June 8, 2002, who defeated her sister at the French Open tennis tournament? 5. Who created the world’s rarest vinyl record, which only has one copy: Wu-Tang Clan, The Who or Elvis? 6. What culture originated dirty rice? 7. On June 9, 1973, what American racehorse won the Belmont Stakes (and the Triple Crown)? 8. In “Moby-Dick,” what was Captain Ahab’s right leg made of? 9. What system of measuring precious metals’ weight has a name like an ancient city? 10. On what animal would you find a howdah? 11. On June, 10, 1692, what first “witch” was hanged after being pronounced of guilty of “Detestable Arts called Witchcraft and Sorceries”? 12. What type of verse is also the name of an Irish city? 13. What sports player was nicknamed The Stilt and The Big Dipper? 14. What colorful bird is the state bird of seven states? 15. On June 11, 1979, what well-known actor – known as “The Duke” – who appeared in “Brown of Harvard” and first starred in “The Big Trail,” died? 16. What in a bottle is ullage? 17. June Cleaver was a character on what TV sitcom? 18. On June 12, 1939, the Baseball Hall of Fame opened in Cooperstown in what state? 19. Who have been the two divorced U.S. presidents? 20. On June 13, 1774, which of the Thirteen Colonies (founded by Roger Williams) became the first to ban importing slaves? ANSWERS 1. Purple yam 2. They are police officers in the TV series “Car 54, Where Are You?” 3. The bank 4. Serena Williams 5. Wu-Tang Clan (“Once Upon a Time in Shaolin”) 6. Cajun (Louisiana) 7. Secretariat 8. Whalebone 9. Troy 10. An elephant (to sit on) 11. Bridget Bishop 12. Limerick 13. Wilt Chamberlain 14. Cardinal 15. John Wayne 16. The amount it is not full (like between a cork and wine) 17. “Leave It To Beaver” 18. New York 19. Donald Trump and Ronald Reagan 20. Rhode Island LOCALLY OWNED

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