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Friendship Day at Patterson
PUCKER UP: Richard Bert Gough and Susette Pastore have been together for nearly four years and recently got engaged. In fact, they met at the Patterson Building. “She’s very nice and she’s very good to me,” said Richard, while Susette said, “He’s handsome, he’s nice to me, and he’s going to marry me.” Further, she’s looking forward to going shopping for her wedding gown. “I want a straight one with a stripe on the bottom,” she said, “and I want to see him in a tuxedo.”

Clients and staff members at the Patterson Building, home to the Trudeau Center’s early intervention and adult day services programs, last week enjoyed cake together in spirit of celebrating the love people have for one another, whether it’s romantic or platonic. Pictured here having some fun are Marion Maloney and Tim Sherlock, who live together in Warwick. They have been friends for more than 20 years and have been dating for the past seven. “She’s so sweet,” Tim said of his lovely lady, to which she replied, “You’re sweet.” Kevin Plunkett, the vocational coordinator and supervisor of special education at Patterson, said the affection they have for each other is endearing. “Seeing this connection is fantastic,” said Plunkett. Also, everyone in attendance was grateful to client Randy Sorrentino, who helped to bake cakes for the occasion. (Warwick Beacon photos by Jessica A. Botelho)

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