Will Edwards and Ingrid Larson of Seattle, Washington, were married on Whidbey Island on June 29. Will grew up in Charlotte, attending CCS and CVU. The couple met in Washington, D.C., while both were students at Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. Will is the son of Georgia Edwards of Shelburne, who has been at the Charlotte Library since 2004 and is currently the cataloging librarian, and John Edwards of Quebec City. Ingrid is the daughter of Richard Larson and Elizabeth Murray of Lexington, Massachusetts.
Peter Carreiro of Charlotte, and his Rise ‘n Shine milk delivery business, located at the intersection of Church Hill Road and Route 7, were featured as the cover story in the September 4 Burlington Free Press. Peter and his wife and children moved to Charlotte in 1997 from Rhode Island, where they had also been milk deliverers. They vacationed frequently in Vermont and decided to come here permanently. While still using milk as his main delivery item, he has added other food-and-drink options, including meat, pizzas, fresh eggs and Clif Bars. He delivers around the area and even into New Hampshire, making around 60 stops per day. He soon plans to open a farm stand on his Church Hill property that will include Charlotte-made honey. Does it sound as though Peter is “bringing back the milkman?”
Christina Asquith of Charlotte, is the co-founder and editor in chief of the Fuller Project, a nonprofit news organization that supports “investigative, explanatory and solutions-driven reporting” that focuses on the issues that most affect women globally and in the United States. On August 22, a Fuller Project story, “Low Wages, Sexual Harassment and Unreliable Tips. This Is Life in America’s Booming Service Industry,” was featured as Time Magazine’s cover story on “The Left Behind Economy.” The story can be read on Time Magazine’s website. Christina is a member of the Board of Directors of The Charlotte News.
Janet Patricia Klumpp of Hinesburg passed away August 28 at the age of 90. She and her husband, Edward, moved from New York City to Charlotte in 1966 and opened a shop in North Ferrisburgh called Red Sled Antiques. She is survived by three daughters, six grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren as well as a brother-in-law and sister-in-law. A private celebration of her life will be held at a future date.
Catherine Jean Davis of Belgrade, Maine, died September. 4 at the age of 60. After working in child development services for a number of years, most recently as a practice manager for Maine Child Psychology, her ALS became an impediment to continuing the task. Her surviving family includes her sister Mary Cheney of Charlotte. The family asks that in lieu of flowers donations in Catherine’s memory be made to support needy people in Zambia, Africa, through Joy Mission, 1139 Tasker Road, Augusta, ME 04330 or online.