Epsom NH News

January 3, 2018


Wednesday, January 10, the Epsom Library will be showing the film, “Wind River” at 1:30 PM.  This is a chilling thriller that follows a rookie FBI agent (Elizabeth Olsen) who teams up with a local game tracker with deep community  ties and a haunted past (Jeremy Renner) to investigate the murder of a local girl on a remote Native American Reservation in the hopes of solving her mysterious death. (IMDB)   This movie is rated R for language, disturbing images and strong violence.



Epsom Food Pantry


Hi, Everybody!  What a wonderful two weeks at the Food Pantry.  The citizens and friends to our Pantry have been so generous, not only with food, but money. It is difficult to keep it all straight and if I have missed anyone, please forgive me.


The family and friends of the late Bob Hahn have sent us money in remembering him. Thank you. Also, the following organizations and families have sent us money, Sugar River Bank, Epsom/Chichester Lions Club, Share Corporation, The Moultons, Choinard, Clarks, and the Rebekah Lodge, as well as, cash from unknowns. Amazing! We are forever grateful to you all.


As you know, we distributed Christmas Baskets from Capital Regional of Concord. The truck comes out to Epsom and goes first to Meadowbrook where Peter and his crew deliver to each and every apartment. The truck then comes to the Pantry where we have a whole group ready to unload.


What the families receive are two boxes, turkey, bread and apples or onions , if they want them.  We have to assist everyone as they are heavy boxes.


We are just so fortunate to be a part of that wonderful group. The day after Christmas, Armand went into the Armory and picked up what was left over. Wow.  Best of all, Ken came down and visited with the workers. The members were so excited and happy to see him. 


Well, it has been a busy but good 2017. We look forward to serving our members in 2018. HAPPY NEW YEAR!  


Until next time,





Marcia F. (Williams) Crouse


EPSOM- Mrs. Marcia F. (Williams) Crouse, 79, of Epsom, passed away on December 24, 2017 at the Epsom Healthcare Center after a lengthy illness.


Born in Medford, MA, she was the daughter of the late John F. and Rachel I. (Nevers) Williams. She was raised and educated in Medford and was a graduate of Coe-Brown Northwood Academy after moving to Epsom in 1955.


Prior to her retirement, she was employed at Citizens Bank, first as a teller and later as a personal banker during her 32 years there. She also served as Town Auditor for two years for the Town of Epsom and was the Supervisor of Checklists.


A very social woman, Marcia enjoyed being around people. Above all, she cherished the time spent babysitting and spoiling her grandchildren.


Marcia was predeceased by two sisters, Mary Jane Casey and Marilyn Broadhead; and two stepbrothers, Robert and Albert Parechanian.


She is survived by two sons: Robert Paris of Pittsfield and Christopher Paris of Epsom. She was the sister to Maureen Fiorenza of Wilmington, MA, Myrna Cormier of Somersworth, NH and Marjorie Puleo and her husband Joseph of Lamirage, AZ. She was the loving grandmother to Vanessa Stephen and her husband Craig of Belmont, NH and Ryan Paris of New Hampton, NY. She was the great grandmother to McKenzie and Madison Stephen. Also survived by numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.


A Funeral Service was held on Friday, December 29th in the Still Oaks Funeral & Memorial Home in Epsom, NH. Burial will take place privately in the spring. In lieu of flowers, donations in Marcia’s memory may be sent to the New Hampshire Food Bank, 700 E. Industrial Drive, Manchester, NH 03109. To share a memory or offer a condolence, please visit www.stilloaks.com












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