Today’s Obituaries—March 25: German-Chernesky, Parino

File photograph. (Image licensed by Ingram Image.)

Lillian T. German-Chernesky, 72, wife of Daniel J. Chernesky, died March 22, at Willow Manor in Lowell. Born in Haverhill on May 2, 1947, she was raised and educated in Haverhill, attending St. Joseph’s School and Haverhill High School. With her first husband Richard German, she lived in Plaistow, N.H., where they raised their three sons. She was employed as a hair dresser, worked at the Methuen Mall and Glynn Memorial Hospital. Funeral services are private. Arrangements are by Kevin B. Comeau Funeral Home, 486 Main St., Haverhill.

Romeo R. “Roe” Parino, 96, a native and lifelong resident of Haverhill, died March 19, in the home that he was born in and lived in his entire life. He was educated in the Haverhill School System and enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1941. He served as a corpsman and was the recipient of the American Campaign medal, Asiatic Pacific medal, China Service medal, WWII Victory Set medal and the Navy Occupation medal. Along with six of his brothers who were all veterans of World War II, serving in the Navy, Army and Air Corps, he served honorably through to his discharge in 1945. The Parino family was recognized by the Archdiocese of Boston for having the most from one family in World War II. Parino was employed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts at the Veterans’ Memorial Skating Rink in Haverhill and the Salisbury State Reservation until his retirement. Due to the national health crisis, funeral services and burial will be private and under the direction of Brookside Chapel and Funeral Home of Plaistow, N.H.

To have your loved one’s notice read on the radio with an expanded listing on these pages, ask your funeral director or click here to submit an obituary or memorial notice.

Comments are closed.