Page 20 THE SAUGUS ADVOCATE – Friday, July 5, 2019 ~ Letter to the Editor ~ Here’s how you can keep making a statement about the Saugus School Committee vote to replace custodians T he final school committee vote was this morning and again the 20 school custodians were voted out in favor of privatization. This young girl got up and spoke and it was so emotional. She started a petition on www.change.org and as of this morning had gotten 3,316 signatures. This effort should be continued in spite of this morning’s vote. There is a statement to be made. I hope you can publish her effort entitled RE-INSTATE THE SAUGUS PUBLIC SCHOOL’S CUSTODIANS. Thank you Gini Pariseau Saugus J.F & Son Contracting Snow Plowing No Job too small! Free Estimates! 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She graduated from Suffolk University with a Bachelor’s Degree and then went on to attend Bunker Hill Community College to become a Registered Nurse which was her lifelong profession. Sharon loved to read all genres. She was passionate about politics and was a lifelong Bruins and Red Sox fan. Her love of music never strayed far from the classic rock of the 70s and she was an avid Trekkie. Sharon was happiest vacationing with her family and had a great fondness for New Hampshire, camping Obituaries in Pawtuckaway State Park and hanging out on Lake Winnipesaukee. She also enjoyed trips to Florida, Alaska, and Ireland as well as a memorable U.S. cross country road trip. Sharon was the daughter of the late George and Esther (Howard) McCabe and loving sister to the late Donna McCabe. She will be dearly missed by her brothers, George and his wife Sharon of Pelham, NH, Michael and his wife Teresa of Stoneham, Kevin and his wife Mary of Saugus, and Keith and his wife Nollaig of Saugus. She will be fondly remembered by her nieces and nephews, Erin, Michael and his wife Danielle, Jason, Melissa and her husband Nick, Colleen and her companion Brendon, Kian, Finn and Bradley. She is also survived by great niece and nephews, Cameron, Carly and Parker. Donations in her memojust another attempt to shut the public out from this process. The residents of this town know that this was not done by accident. And you know that by scheduling a 7:15am meeting you are limiting the public’s ability to attend because they will be busy doing something that you can’t relate to, putting in an honest day’s work. Below is a copy of the Meeting ry may be made to the North Shore Cancer Walk at nsmcgiving.partners.org/2019Walk or to the charity of your choice. Concetta (Perella) Hunt O f Saugus, June 22. Wife of the late Deforest R. “Mikey” Hunt. Loving mother of Kenneth Hunt of Groveland, Donna Badolato of Wilmington & Catherine Ghandchi of Saugus. Cherished grandmother of Shahriar, Victoria, Alfredo, Shaheen, Casey & Ethan. Great grandmother of Amelia. Sister of Mary Perotta of Saugus, the late Mario Aloisi and the late William Perella . In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be made to The Jimmy Fund at www.jimmyfund.org. Posting that went up today. Funny thing is that the posting states it was filed in the Town Clerk’s Office at 7:02am, but that office doesn’t even open until 8:30am. It’s almost like the Town Manager, Scott Crabtree, may be actively trying to assist the School Committee in pushing this through with as little public discourse as possible. 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