Today’s Obituaries: Albert ‘Al’ Corneau Jr., 71, Retired from General Electric

Albert “Al” Corneau Jr., of Haverhill, and Fort Myers Beach, Fla., passed away peacefully surrounded by love on Sept. 11, at High Pointe House in Haverhill at age 71. Al leaves behind his cherished wife, Linda, and their devoted daughter, Allison. He will be terribly missed by his older brothers Dave and Kenny, along with their wives Arleen and Pat. He also leaves behind caring brothers-in-law Edward (Denny) O’Brien and Joe O’Brien and his companion Pam.

Today’s Obituaries: Pamela J. Capodelupo, Social Worker


Pamela J. Capodelupo, a Haverhill native and lifelong resident, died Thursday, Aug. 24, at home after a lengthy illness, passing peacefully in her sleep. She was 66. She and her wife, Donna (Greene), married in 2004 after 21 years together. They joked it was the longest engagement of any couple they knew.

Today’s Obituaries: Charles F. “Chuck” Sarao III, 63, Worked at Surplus Office Supply

Charles F. “Chuck” Sarao III, 63, a resident of Haverhill for most of his life, died Aug. 28, at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, in Brighton, surrounded by his loving family. Born in Methuen, son of the late Charles F. Sarao Jr. and the late Jacqueline (Bazinet) (Sarao) Crouse, he moved to Haverhill with his family at a young age, and was educated in the Haverhill School System, graduating from the former Haverhill Trade School. Sarao was employed as a janitor for several years at the former St.

Today’s Obituaries: Shawn T. Cunningham, 59, of Haverhill

Shawn T. Cunningham, 59, of Haverhill, died on Saturday, Aug. 5 at Anna Jacques Hospital in Newburyport, with his devoted wife Carla Vachowski at his side. Shawn was born on Jan. 29, 1964 in Haverhill to Norman N. and Marion A. (Tobey) Cunningham. He was educated in Haverhill Public Schools and was a graduate of Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School, class of 1982.

The Public May Pay Respects Saturday to Late Atkinson Fire Chief Murray

Firefighters pay tribute to Atkinson Fire Chief Brian S. Murray Saturday morning followed by calling hours for the public. Murray died unexpectedly Sunday. He leaves his wife Lisa and daughter Gianna. According to a statement, “Fire Chief Murray was a member of the fire service for over 34 years, serving the Stoddard, Gilford, Durham, Manchester, Salem and Atkinson Fire Departments. Beyond his professional accomplishments, Fire Chief Murray was a beloved member of our extended community, actively engaging with residents, schools, former colleagues and local organizations.