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Falmouth, ME  Funeral Homes

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Blanchard Cemetary Corporation
215 Winn Road
Falmouth , ME 04105
(207) 797-0090
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Pine Grove Cemetery Corporation
9 Waites Landing Road
Falmouth , ME 04105
(207) 781-2357
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Local Obituaries and Funeral Notice News

Irving Franklin, Maker of Batting Gloves, Dies at 93

Wed, Nov 16, 2011
Yankees. He hit two home runs. But Mr. Franklin, who died at 93 on Thursday in Falmouth, Mass., was perhaps the father of the modern batting glove. He teamed with Mike Schmidt, the great Philadelphia Phillies third baseman, to design it and spread it through big-league clubhouses — and on to all levels of baseball. Made by Franklin Sports, the company that Mr. Franklin and his brother, Sydney, started and led, the glove has been the official batting glove of Major League Baseball since the l... (New York Times)

Mary Fickett, a Pillar of ‘All My Children,’ Dies at 83

Tue, Sep 13, 2011
Theater under Sanford Meisner, and joined the Actors Studio, where she studied with Elia Kazan. In 1951, The Boston Post praised her performance in “The Petrified Forest” at a theater in Falmouth, Mass., saying that she balanced “almost cold self-possession” with “romantic aspirations.” She first came to the attention of Broadway playgoers and critics in the mid-1950s in Robert Anderson’s “Tea and Sympathy,” for which she won a Theater World Award as a housemaster’s wife at a New England school for boys who becomes attached to a student. Her next Broadway role was as Eleanor Roosevelt in 1958 in “Sunrise at Campobello,” Dore Schary’s drama about Franklin D. Roosevelt’s adjustment to being stricken by infantile paralysis. She received a Tony nomination for her portrayal. Brooks Atkinson, writing in The New York Times, described her evocation of Eleanor as “nervous, unkempt, all wife and mother in the beginning, but acquiring a sense of style and decision in the later scenes when she serves as her husband’s prophet.” Ms. Fickett found steady work in television in the 1950s and ’60s, appearing in “Armstrong Circle Theater,” “Kraft Theater,” “The Untouchables” “Have Gun — Will Travel,” “Naked City” and other series. She also appeared in daytime dramas, including “The Edge of Night.” Her movie work included the 1957 film “Man on Fire,” in which she played Crosby’s ex-wife. “Calendar,” the morning show with Mr. Reasoner, ran from 1961 to 1963. Ms. Fickett often got the interviews Mr. Reasoner refused, like one with the man who caught the ball Roger Maris hit for his 61st home run. She was in the first episode of “All My Children” on Jan. 5, 1970, and continued regularly until 1996, when she left to take care of her sick husband, Allen Fristoe. She returned in 2000 to appear in occasional episodes. Ms. Fickett’s first two marriages, to James Congdon and Jay Leonard Scheer, ended in divorce. Mr. Fristoe died in 2008. In addition to his daughter, she is survived by her son, Kenyon Congdon; eight grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. ABC has canceled “All My Children,” because of what it calls “changing viewing patterns.” The last episode will be shown on Sept. 23. The network will dedicate the Sept. 21 episode to Ms. Fickett. (New York Times)

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