Epping woman reaches century mark
Alice Lavoie, center, is decked out in her 100th birthday gear during her party. She’s joined by, from left, her son and daughter-in-law, Philip and Cindy Lavoie, and her daughter and son-in-law, Joyce and Wilbur Ralph. (COURTESY)
Forty family members and close friends attended the dinner party, catered by the Kingston 1686 House.
Mrs. Lavoie lived most of her life in Epping, and together with her husband, Edward T. Lavoie, owned and operated Magic Flame Inc., which served the Rockingham County area for more than 38 years.
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