Charles F. McNeilJanuary 24,2013Charles F. McNeil Rites
The funeral service for Charles F. McNeil, 85, of Rutland, who died Jan. 17, 2013, was held Tuesday, Jan. 22, at St. Bridget Church in West Rutland.
Officiating was the Rev. Vincent Coppola, pastor.
Organist was Angela Lundrigan. Vocalist was Olivia Gawet.
Bearers were Dave Fish, Rick McGlorie, Lisa Shortsleeve, Mort Brown, Steve Perry, Keith Eddy and Bill Canfield.
Burial will be at a later date in Sacred Heart Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to West Rutland Town Hall Renovations or to St. Bridget’s Church.
Arrangements were under the direction of the Clifford Funeral Home in Rutland.
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