Marcia (Damon) Reinke

Marcia (Damon) Reinke, 85, of Cockeysville, Md., died March 26 in her home.

Reinke had been a veteran reporter at the Eagle-Tribune of North Andover, Mass.

She leaves three children, Laura, James and Andrew; eight stepchildren, Pamela, Toni, Lilly, Julian, Cheryl, Cara, Debbie and William; five grandchildren; a great-granddaughter.

Phillip S. Gerow

Phillip S. Gerow, 83, of South Portland, Maine, died March 26.

Gerow was a reporter for the Bangor (Maine) Daily News.

He leaves his wife, Ina; three daughters, Amy, Margaret and Elizabeth; three grandchildren; a sister.

Mary Callahan

Mary Valentine Crowley Callahan, 93, of Worcester, Mass., died April 2 in Worcester.

Callahan’s career began as a journalist at the Telegram & Gazette of Worcester, where she eventually wrote a column.

She leaves a son, Frank; four daughters, Valentine, Sarah, Laura and Luisa; six grandchildren; two great-granddaughters.

Meghan A. Larkin

Meghan A. (McPhillips-Jones) Larkin, 30, of Fitchburg, Mass., and formerly of Ashburnham, Mass., died March 26.

Early in her career, Larkin wrote for The Lunenburg (Mass.) Ledger.

She leaves her husband, Steven; her parents, John and Carol; her mother-in-law, Mary Perreault; her father-in-law, John; two brothers-in-law, Daniel and Kevin; a sister-in-law, Michelle.

Rosalie Susan Fedele

Rosalie Susan (DeAmato) Fedele, 75, of Tewksbury, Mass., died March 31 at Kaplan Hospice House in Danvers, Mass.

Fedele was employed in advertising sales at the then-Community Newspaper Company, based in Needham, Mass., for more than 35 years.

She leaves her husband, Louis; three children, Robert, Deborah and Laura; five grandchildren; two brothers; a sister.

Mary Pauline Manning

Mary Pauline Manning, 100, of Waltham, Mass., died March 27 at Maristhill Nursing Home of Waltham.

She was employed in the advertising department at The Boston Globe for more than 25 years.

She leaves many nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews.

Lorna Gail Littlefield Salisbury

Lorna Gail Littlefield Salisbury, 72, of Falmouth, Maine, died April 5 at the Sedgewood Commons nursing home in Falmouth.

Salisbury wrote a weekly cooking column for the Morning Sentinel of Waterville, Maine.

She leaves a son, Michael; two grandchildren, Alec and Isaac; a sister, Jean; many nieces and nephews.

Gaetano Guy ‘Buddy’ Patrizzi

Gaetano Guy “Buddy” Patrizzi, 87, of Wethersfield, Conn., died April 6.

He was employed part time in The Hartford (Conn.) Courant’s pressroom for many years.

He leaves his wife, Doris; a daughter, Susan; three sons, Michael, Mark and Stephen; five grandchildren; a great-granddaughter; a sister.

Jo Anne B. (Staiger) Foster

Jo Anne B. (Staiger) Foster, 62, of Medway, Mass., died March 29 at the Milford (Mass.) Regional Medical Center.

She was employed at the MetroWest Daily News of Framingham, Mass., and the Bradford (Pa.) Era.

She leaves her mother, Barbara; her husband, James; a daughter, Jamie; a son, Matthew; three grandchildren; a brother; two sisters.

Helen Druan

Helen Druan, 80, of Whitman, Mass., and formerly of Abington, Mass., died April 5.

Druan was employed at a local newspaper.

Druan leaves a brother, Frank; many nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, and a great-great-niece; a significant other, Bob Drew.

The obituaries were written, at least in part, from published reports by Bulletin correspondents Sophie Cannon, Jenna Ciccotelli, Nico Hall, Joshua Leaston, Peyton Luxford, Michael Mattson, Mohammed Razzaque and Thomas Ward, undergraduate students at Northeastern University.