Alice G. Bonacorsi rites BARRE CITY — A Mass of Christian Burial to honor and celebrate the life of Alice G. Bonacorsi, 93, of Barre, was held on Monday, Dec. 2, 2019, at 11 a.m. at St. Monica Catholic Church in Barre. She passed away on Nov. 25, 2019. The Rev. Patrick Forman, pastor of the church, was the celebrant. Crucifer, Fred Letourneau, was altar server. Organist and vocalist, Rosemary Badeau, accompanied vocalist, Paul Plante, in the hymns “How Great Thou Art,” “Here I Am, Lord” and “Let There Be Peace On Earth.” Soloist, Paul Plante, sang, “Ave Maria.” Scripture readings from the Old Testament were read by Julia Booth, and Stephanie Hurne read from the New Testament, both granddaughters. Offertory gifts were presented at the altar by Maria Hurne and Gregory Hurne, both grandchildren. Assisting as Eucharistic minister was Cecile Carbonneau, a longtime family acquaintance. Father Forman read the Gospel, delivered the homily and led the Prayer of the Faithful. Words of remembrance was shared by her son, Dominic Bonacorsi. Pallbearers were Thomas Bonacorsi and Kyle Booth, both grandsons; Mark Hurne, grandson-in-law; John Peduzzi and Edmund Rousse, both nephews; and David Wells, a family friend. Burial followed in Hope Cemetery in Barre where she was laid to rest next to her beloved husband. Father Forman read the committal prayers and gave the final blessing. Following the burial, family and friends gathered at the Barre Elks Lodge #1535 for a time of fellowship and sharing. Arrangements were in the care of the Pruneau-Polli Funeral Home, 58 Summer St., Barre, Vermont.

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