By Jim ClarkJesse Clingan addressed the Board on Thursday night, speaking in favor of renaming Otis Park in honor of the memory of Deanna Cremin. Jesse Clingan addressed the Board on Thursday night, speaking in favor of renaming Otis Park in honor of the memory of Deanna Cremin. Ward 1 Alderman Matthew McLaughlin sponsored a.
A grieving Somerville mother’s hopes have been renewed after authorities said this week there’s a new clue in the case of her teenage daughter found murdered 20 years ago tomorrow. “Maybe this is the year,” said Katherine Cremin. “March is a very difficult time. We deal with it the best we can.” Deanna Cremin last.
By coincidence, Deanna Cremin and her mother, Katherine, found themselves on the same bus that afternoon. Katherine was coming home from work and Deanna was going to her boyfriend’s house, where the high school junior often did her homework. They spoke on the phone a few hours later. Deanna told Katherine she would be home.
Monday, March 30 will mark twenty years to the day since the murder of Somerville resident Deanna Cremin. Deanna’s family and friends will gather together for a special prayer service to honor her at St. Ann’s church at 50 Thurston St. at 7 p.m. All are welcome.Monday, March 30 will mark twenty years to the.