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The Bethel Citizen from Bethel, Maine • A20

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Page 20 The Bethel Citizen Thursday, Feb. 17, 2011 Danielle Marie Tirabassi and Michael James Swan were united in marriage on Aug. 21, 2010 at the Bethel Inn and Country Club in Bethel. Officiate Elinor Andrews per- formed the beautiful outdoor wedding ceremony held on the greens at the Bethel Inn. Mrs.

Swan is the daughter of Gary and Colleen Tirabassi, Sr. of Falmouth. Mr. Swan is the son of James and Marilyn Swan of Bethel. The bride wore an elegant white Casablanca wedding gown, with a sweetheart neckline, a flowing train covered with delicate lace and pearl beading throughout; a very spe- cial intricate lace veil borrowed from her mother complet- ed the gown.

She carried a circular bouquet of white Calla lilies and Stephanotis with pearl centers. Bridget Casalle served as the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Hillary Berry, Jody Gleason, Sarah Swan, Allison Ti- rabassi, Samantha Tirabassi and Toni Tirabassi. Wade Osgood performed the duties of best man. Ushers were Kevin Bean, Tony Conroy, Gavin Palmer, Bion Swan and Gary Tirabassi, Jr.

The wedding reception followed on the grounds of the Bethel Inn, beginning with an outdoor cocktail reception where the guests listened to the live music ending with a lovely meal in the dining room. The guests enjoyed delicious and beautiful wedding cake, traditional Maine whoopee pies, and a tradition of Italian cookies. The couple traveled to the coast of Maine, ending in beau- tiful, momentous Bar Harbor for their honeymoon. They returned to Pensacola, where they currently reside. The bride is a graduate of the University of Southern Maine in 2007, and is currently spending time organizing official Navy functions for naval officers, and U.S.

Navy of- ficials. The bridegroom is a graduate of the University of South- ern Maine in 2007, and a graduate of the U.S. Navy Officer Candidate School (OCS) in Newport, R.I. Michael is cur- rently commissioned at the airfield in Whitingfield, where he continues flight training as an ENS in the U.S. aviation program.

Mr. Mrs. Michael Swan Krista Buck, Woodstock, is pleased to announce the birth of her daughter, Emma Jane Buck, born on Jan. 20, 2011 at Stephens Memorial Hospital, Norway, weighing 6 pounds, 3 ounces. Maternal grandparents are Deborah McKenna of Sumner and Larry Buck of Rumford.

Lindsay MacMillan and Jeff Hershberger of Greenwood are parents of a son, Duncan MacMillan Hershberger, born Jan. 26, 2011. Grandparents are Ralph Hershberger and Janice Nicol of Tucson, and John MacMillan of Hudson, Ohio, and Bet- sy MacMillan of Northfield Center, Ohio. Kayce Gilbert and Christopher Beaulieu of Bethel are pleased to announce the arrival of a baby boy, Brennan Riley Beaulieu, born on Feb. 2, 2011, at 9:57 a.m.

at Stephens Memo- rial Hospital, weighing 7 pounds. Maternal grandparent is Randy Gilbert, and the late Mindy Gilbert, of Bethel. Paternal grandparent is Roland Beaulieu of Errol, N.H. Brennan joins a sister, Jadyn, 8. Births Obituaries Weddings Dear Cody, We thought of you today, But that is nothing new.

We thought of you yesterday And will tomorrow too. We think of you in silence And make no outward show. For what it meant to lose you Only those who love you know. Remembering you is easy, We do it everyday. the heartache of losing you That will never go away.

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Dwight was born in Rum- ford, Maine and grew up in Bethel. He was the son of Lawrence Albra Lord and Do- ris Ordway Lord. Dwight graduated from Gould Academy (1962) and attended Northeastern and George Mason Universities. He played trumpet and at- tended Maine Music Camp where he first met his wife, as well as playing TAPS for Memorial services. He played with his broth- er at the Sacramento Jazz Festival as a guest of Rosie Goodtime Jazz Band(1994).

He served in the US Army in Germany. He re- DWIGHT ORDWAY LORD tired in 2009 after a career in the Security Industry. He enjoyed photography, woodcarving and model rail- roads. He is survived and missed by his wife, Gretchen Lord, Hop- kins, daughter Alison (Andrew) Leonardi and grand- daughter Charlotte, Atlanta, mother, Susan Lord Williams; sister, Janice Mott, Cary, N.C.; sister-in-law, Jenny Lord, Puyallup, brother-in-law, Peter Overb- agh, Littleton, N.H.; and nu- merous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents; brother, Donald Lord (2009); brother-in-law, Donald Mott (2009); and father-in-law, John Overbagh (2011).

Burial with be in Maine in the Spring. Memorials preferred. An annual well-woman exam is an important part of living a healthy lifestyle, one that could also save your life. Before the introduction of the Pap test, cervical cancer was the number one cancer killer amongst women. Regular checkups have reduced the mortality rate due to cervical cancer by more than 90 percent.

Breast cancer is the most deadly non-skin cancer in women, but regular breast exams have also made it much more man- ageable. With the adoption of female-oriented exams and techniques, health care providers can approach health with a pro-active stance. Over the past year, Bethel Family Health Center has in- creased its capacity to offer well-woman exams thanks to physician assistant Merry Moses, who marks her one-year anniversary at the health center this month. After complet- ing her education at Yale University in Connecticut, Moses packed up and moved north to begin her career in rural health. She says she took a liking to the area right away, and especially enjoys playing an integral part in the lives of her new neighbors.

first year at Bethel has been a huge she says. everyone and getting to know people in the com- munity has been great. I am learning so much and growing as a PA everyday. It is an honor to be able to contribute to the overall health of the women, men and children of our com- Well-woman exams are complete physicals which include education on contraception, diet and exercise; breast exams and Pap tests; a medical history and medication review if nec- essary; a vitals check; basic heart, lungs and abdomen check; and annual blood work. The health center is equipped with a laboratory and on-site x-ray services.

visits with our providers can help women live says Moses. scope of practice is not limited to women. She is currently accepting new patients of all ages, both male and female. I am here for whatever type of help our patients she says. enjoy having a taste of everything and getting to see different people of all ages.

I look forward to seeing my young patients grow and helping out area families in their times of Moses works with two physicians, Richard DeCarolis, DO and Kevin Finley, DO as well as physician assistant Jan Whit- worth, PA who provide medical care to almost 4,000 residents and travelers each year from Andover, Bethel, Gilead, Green- wood, Hanover, Newry, Upton, and Woodstock, as well as the surrounding towns and other states. Bethel Family Health Center is a practice of HealthReach Community Health Centers, a system of eleven federally qualified health centers in central and western Maine. Dedi- cated providers deliver high-quality health care to citizens in over 80 rural communities. To ensure access for everyone, HealthReach accepts major insurances and Medicare and MaineCare, offers an Af- fordable Care Program based on family size and income to uninsured and underinsured residents, and assists patients in enrolling in programs that help pay for health care and medications. A private, nonprofit organization celebrating a 35-year history, HealthReach is funded by patient fees, grants and individual donations.

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