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corbeil, corbeille

An ornament resembling a basket, esp. a finial. Also see calathus.
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She leaves three sons, James Corbeil of Georgia, Gary Corbeil of Sturbridge and John Corbeil of West Brookfield; five daughters, Dorothy Corbeil of Florida, Cynthia Skowyra of West Warren, Helen Corbeil-Cameron of Wales, Maryann Corbeil of Worcester and Paula Dussault of Southbridge; one sister, Evelyn Foskett of California; seven grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Corbeil worked as a nurses aide for several years at the Quaboag on the Common Nursing Home in West Brookfield.
"We reduced from two shifts and were down to one shift at the end," says Corbeil, "and that's because of the markets and countervailing duties.
Most of the upgrades will go into "fine-tuning some problem areas," including earmarking money for the mill's dry kilns and entrance smashing area, its saw line and a large chunk into the drum debarking area, says Corbeil.
Corbeil says no date has been set for the mill's reopening due to the present uncertainty of the North American economy.
He was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, son of the late Adrien and Anna (Galipeau) Corbeil and lived in Dudley most of his life.
"It's a pain, really," Corbeil says, as well as an added cost.
Corbeil says not having rail access limits the value-added advantages available at other northern mills.
"We're throwing all the ideas on the table for the business plan for the city," says Corbeil, whose company is prepared to commit money in a public-private partnership should the planning proposal go forward.
PHOTO : At its three-acre site in Corbeil, near North Bay, Magnum Industries Inc.