The following are the obituaries for the week of June 15.
Susan W. (Lawson) Clark
Susan W. (Lawson) Clark, 69, of Merrimack, NH., formerly of Easton, died Saturday, June 9, 2012 at Elliot Hospital in Manchester, N.H. after a brief illness. She was the wife of Robert L. Clark for 43 years.
Born in Boston on November 13, 1942, a daughter of the late Wilbur L. and Margaret M. (Walsh) Lawson, she was raised in Taunton and was a graduate of Taunton High School. She continued her education at Mt. Ida College in Newton earning an associates degree.
Mrs. Clark began working in publications for the Foxboro Company. She was a former member of St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Taunton and was a resident of Easton for 39 years, moving
to Merrimack, N.H. four years ago. Her hobbies included puzzles, gardening, and bird watching.
In addition to her husband Robert, she is survived by a daughter, Betsy Maynard of Merrimack, NH; her siblings, Thomas Lawson of NY., Shera Lawrence of PA., Peter Lawson of CA., Judith Clarke
of Hingham, and Christopher Lawson of Hanover; three grandchildren, Logan Maynard, Molly Maynard and Emma Maynard all of Merrimack, N.H.; and nieces and nephews.
A funeral service was held at Kane Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 605 Washington St. (Rte.138) Easton. Interment was in Furnace Village Cemetery, Easton. www.kanefuneralhome.com
Hyman Slavet, of Easton, formerly of Weymouth and Quincy, died June 9, 2012. Hy grew up in Boston and graduated from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy.
He enlisted in the Army in 1946 and served 18 months at Fort Sam Houston in Texas as the head of the pharmacy school. He worked for many years at Gold Medal Drug in Quincy. He was active in Beth Israel Synagogue in Quincy and the Jewish War Veterans, Robert A. Carpenter Post 485.
Loving son of the late Daniel and Anna Slavet. Dear brother of Joseph S. Slavet of Boston. Uncle of many nieces, grand niece and grandnephews and special friend of Stan Siegel and Bill Morrison. Graveside services were at North Russell Street Shul, 232 Fuller Street, Everett, June 11, at noon. Memorial observance was at the home of Joseph S. Slavet following the interment and Tuesday, June 12 from noon to 6 p.m., also at the home of Amy Glaser, Tuesday noon-6 p.m. remembrances may be made to the charity of your choice. Arrangements were handled by Schlossberg -Solomon Chapel.