BRADFORD BAILEY ATWOOD, April 14, 1994, beloved husband of Marcia M. (Manley) Atwood. Dear father of Ann Atwood Holmstedt of Westerly, R.I. and Elizabeth B. Atwood of Belmont. Brother of Rev. R. MacKaye Atwood of Weathersfield, CT and Mary A. Sharp of Deland, FL. Funeral services in the Trinity Episcopal Church, Spring St. Newport R.I. Monday, April 18th at 11 a.m. Interment Island Cemetery,Newport. Arrangements by Short, Williamson & Diamond Funeral Home, Belmont.
NANCY B. BLANKINSHIP (McAuliffe), March 5, 2005 Of Bedford, formerly of Belmont, March 5. Beloved wife of Eugene V. Devoted mother of Paul K. of Canterbury, NH, Robert J. of Melbourne, FL, Geoffrey P. of Townsend and John W. of Billerica. Dear sister of Allen W. Blankinship of Dunnellon, FL. Loving grandmother of Michael, Megan, Patrick, and Christina McAuliffe. Funeral from the Bedford Funeral Home, 167 Great Rd., BEDFORD, followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Michael Church, 90 Concord Rd., Bedford at 10 AM. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Lung Assoc., 5 Mountain Rd., P.O. Box 265, Burlington, MA 01803. Published in the Boston Globe on 3/7/2005.
BRENTLINGER, Pauline Ames (Forbes) of Burlington went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, July 4, 2006. Born in Boston, on May 5, 1932, she was the daughter of Howard and Alice (Ressler) Brentlinger. She was a member of the Belmont High School Class of 1950 and took courses at Northeastern University. Pauline was active in the community and school activities, particularly those involving her children. She sang in church choirs and played the French horn in the Belmont High School and Northeastern University bands. She worked with her husband in property management and served as a homemaker. Pauline was married to Douglas Porter Forbes for over 50 years. He predeceased her on November 27, 2003. Besides her husband, she leaves a son; Douglas Porter Forbes, Jr. of Brockton, MA and 3 daughters; Cheryl Ann Kenney of Pittsfield, MA, Sandy Lee Paulson of Amesbury, MA, and Wendy Alice St. Aubin of Mansfield, MA, as well as 8 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. She was the sister of Ann Bragg of Toledo, OH, the late Howard Brentlinger and Caroline Williams. A service of remembrance will be held at the Fellowship Bible Church, 71 Center St., Burlington, MA on Monday, July 10 at 11 a.m. Friends welcome. Interment will be private. Visiting hours omitted. In lieu of flowers, memorials in Pauline’s name may be made to the American Cancer Society, 30 Speen St., Framingham, MA 01701. Arrangements by the Edward V. Sullivan Funeral Home, BURLINGTON. For obituary see www.sullivanfuneralhome.net
CONNOR, Walter A. Of Scottsdale, AZ, formerly of Belmont, MA, Hampton, NH and Ashburnham, MA, June 11, 2009. Beloved husband of Margaret "Peggy" Connor (McCabe). Father of Maureen of Scottsdale, AZ, Linda of Boston, MA, Catherine of Raleigh, NC, Christine and her husband Scott Tower of Ashburnham and their children Scott, Tiana and Travis. Paul and his wife Kathy of Arlington, MA, and their children Ryan, Justin and Nicolas, and the late Andrew. A graveside service will be held at Belmont Cemetery, 121 Grove Street, Belmont on Tuesday, June 16 at 11:00 AM. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in his memory to a charity of your choice. Late U.S. Air Force Veteran Korea. On line guest book at www.brownandhickey.com
ELEANOR "PENNY" COYNE -- Of San Diego, Calif., July 10, 2004, Eleanor M. "Penny" Gaunt, 71, wife of the late David Gaunt, formerly of Manchester MA. Memorial service held Friday, July 16, 2004 in First Parish Church, Congregational, Manchester. Donations in her memory may be made to the First Parish Church, Chapel Lane, Manchester, MA 01944 or to the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Foundation, Penn Center West, Suite 229, Pittsburgh, PA 15276. Arrangements are by the Lee, Moody & Russell Funeral Home, 9 Dane St., Beverly. My last email from Penny was 11 March '04. We had corresponded fairly often since 2000. Penny moved to San Diego in November '03 to be near her son. She had been using oxygen assistance for a few years.
Robert Andrews "Bob" Cusolito Age 72, of Westford, MA, formerly of Lexington and Belmont, on October 6, 2005. Beloved husband of the deceased Adrienne Penney. Brother in law of Dorothy Lydon of Waltham. Brother of Lawrence Cusolito of Belmont, MA, Lucille Quirk of Sudbury, MA, Richard Cusolito of Halifax, MA and the late Frederick Cusolito of Falmouth, MA. Father of Adrienne and Jack Meehan of Jefferson, ME, Lawrence and Katherine Cusolito of Gloucester MA, Lucia and Michael Kidney of Westford, MA, Lauren and Ralph Franceschi-Stankowski of Westford, MA, Robert and Cheryl Cusolito of Colorado Springs, CO, Richard and Susan Cusolito of Sarasota, FL, Dorothy and Jack Mulone of Littleton, MA. Grandfather of Michael, Dennis, Lauren, David, Allison, Nat, Adrienne, Cheryl, Christina, Lee, Jack, Rebecca, Lucia, Dana, Darien, Lillian, Meredith, Steven, Nicholas, Robert, Richard and A.J. A Memorial Service was held for Robert on October 8, 2005 at St. Anne's Parish in Littleton, MA. Donations may be made in Robert's name to the Adrienne Cusolito Memorial Book Fund at the JV Fletcher Library, 50 Main Street, Westford MA 01886; or to The Westford Ambulance Fund, 197 Main Street, Westford MA 01886. Published in the Boston Globe on 10/10/2005.
CROSBY, Esther C. (CONDON) Of Belmont. October 23, 2010. Beloved wife of the late Dr. Robert M. Condon O.D. Loving mother of Jennifer M. Condon Jordan and her husband, Jim, of Arlington. Loving Nana of James R. Jordan Jr. Sister of Lorraine M. Chagnon of Colchester, CT, Patricia L. Henneberry of Framingham and the late James Crosby, Margaret Malone and Thomas Crosby. Also survived by many nieces & nephews; grand nieces and grand nephews. Funeral from the Stanton Funeral Home, 786 Mount Auburn St. (Rt. 16) WATERTOWN, Thursday at 9:00 AM. Funeral Mass at The Sacred Heart Church, 770 Mount Auburn Street, Watertown at 10 AM. Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend. Visiting hours 4-8PM on Wednesday. Interment Belmont Cemetery. Memorials in her name may be made to the American Heart Association , 70 Speen Street, Framingham, MA 01701. Stanton Funeral Service www. stantonfuneralhome.com
GERACE, Joseph R. Of Wellesley, May 27, 2010. Beloved husband of Margaret (McDaniel). Devoted father of Stevan Gerace and his wife Dania of Framingham, Cynthia Gerace and her partner Brian Thompson of Hopkinton and Lianne O'Connor and her husband Michael of Natick. Loving grandfather of Maeve, Clare and Declan O'Connor. Also suvived by his sisters Josephine Lee of Arlington, Marilyn Gowdy of Waltham, Shirley Maybury of Belmont Diane Moccia of Belmont and Deborah Guarino of Waltham. Predeceased by his brother David Gerace. Funeral services will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to The American Heart Association , 20 Speen Street, Framingham, MA 01701. Henry J. Burke & Sons Funeral Home Wellesley Hills www.henryburkefuneralhome.com
DePAMPHILIS, Albert R. 76, of Naples, FL, passed away October 13, 2008. Formerly of Belmont, MA, where he served for 26 years on the Belmont Fire Department, Al also developed real estate in Boston and owned and operated several small businesses. In addition, he was a Veteran of the Korean Conflict, having served on the USS Mercury in the Mediterranean. The son of Italian immigrants, Al was fiercely proud of his Italian heritage, enjoyed playing golf and fishing off the Naples Pier. He was preceded in death by his parents, Luigi and Rachele, and his three brothers: John, Rick, and Louie. He is survived in life by his loving wife and partner, Laura (Rayen), his sister, Lucia, his proudest accomplishments,- his five daughters, Rachele, Marianne, Kathleen, Elizabeth, and Ellen Marie, their husbands Ronald Caccavaro, Robert MacLeod, Douglas Snow, John Analetto, his seven grandchildren Melissa, Robert, Amanda, Lyle, Brian, Alexa, and Eric, his former wife, Kathleen (Walsh), and many nieces and nephews. His was a rich and full life, and he will be greatly missed. A celebration of his life will be held on Tuesday, October 21, 2008 at Saint Joseph Church, Common Street, Belmont, MA at 10:30 AM. The family will receive condolences immediately following the Service in Saint Joseph's Parish Hall. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made in Al's name to Corunum Meal Center, 191 Salem Street, Lawrence, MA 01843-1427.
Kenneth “Ken” R. Drolette, 74, of Keywood Manor in Alfred, Maine died at home with his family by his side, December 2, 2006. He was born January 5, 1932 in Cambridge, MA a son of Kenneth L. and Evangeline (Gautreau) Drolette. Ken was raised in Belmont, MA and graduated from Belmont High School with the Class of 1950. He soon enlisted in the United States Army and served during the Korean Conflict. On October 3, 1951 he married Joanne Hapenney and together they raised a family and resided in Framingham, MA. Mr. Drolette began working as a young man delivering milk and through his daily rounds met the owner of a car dealership - who could see that Ken was a natural working with customers and people. He began a long career managing automobile dealerships. In the early ‘80’s he and his family moved to Colebrook, NH. Being an avid hunter, he enjoyed the freedom of the mountains and woods. He fished for brook trout and shared his stories with the locals in the village. Mr. Drolette belonged to the American Legion and the Kiwanis Club. He was an avid Red Sox fan and collected different sports memorabilia.He and his wife Joanne became residents of Alfred in 1999. They both enjoyed the many friends and activities that were close at hand at Keywood Manor. He enjoyed his family and had a special fondness for his granddaughters. He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Joanne Drolette of Alfred, ME; two sons, Kenneth P. Drolette of Marlborough, MA and Robert E. Drolette of Alfred, ME; one daughter, Andrea Berry of Sanford, ME; two granddaughters, Kate Drolette and Chelsea Berry; one brother, James F. Drolette of Burlington, MA and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by one brother, Joseph L. Drolette. Family and friends are invited to call on Thursday, December 7th from 4 - 8 p.m. at the Autumn Green Funeral Home, 47 Oak Street, Alfred, ME where a funeral service will be held on Friday, December 8, 2006 at 10 :00 a.m.with the Rev. Donna Muise of the First Parish Federated Church, of So. Berwick, officiating. Committal prayers and burial will be private. Memorial donations may be made to Beacon Hospice, 42 Brickyard Court, York, ME 03909. The Autumn Green Funeral Home is respectfully handling arrangements.
Robert Gibson Elwell, 76, a longtime resident of Chelmsford, died Monday, Feb. 9, 2009, after a brief illness. He was the beloved husband of Kathleen (McHugh) Elwell for 31 years. He was born in Boston on April 8, 1932, the son of the late Adrian and Ann (Orr) Elwell. Mr. Elwell was a graduate of Belmont High School in Belmont. Prior to his retirement, he worked as a senior vice president at Shawmut & Fleet Bank of Boston, and as district manager for Household Finance Corp. He was an avid golfer and former member of the Marlborough Country Club, where he played with his wife, Kathleen and many friends. He was especially proud of achieving three holes in one and enjoyed making golf clubs for himself, his wife and friends. Over the years, he enjoyed many other hobbies, including, fishing, hunting, archery, cross country skiing, and vegetable gardening. In addition to his wife, Mr. Elwell is survived by two sons: David Elwell of Dracut and Kenneth Elwell of Chelmsford; two brothers, Bruce Elwell and his wife, Louise of Burlington and Donald Elwell of Belmont; stepmother, Arlene Elwell of Bushnell, Fla. and his sister-in-law, Margaret and her husband Allan Sherwood of Connecticut. He was the brother-in-law of the late Mary Jane and David Hall of Connecticut. Guestbook at www.dolanfuneralhome.com.
Gordon B. Fitch, Jr., age 76 , of Gloucester and St. Peter Beach, FL, formerly of Wilmington, died on Saturday, November 15, 2008, at home surrounded by his family.Born on October 17, 1932, in Johnstown, New York, Gordon was the son of the late Gordon B., Sr. & Luisa M. (Eastman) Fitch. He grew up in Belmont, MA, and was a graduate of Belmont High School, where he was a three sport athlete competing on the Football, Hockey, and Track teams. Following High School, Gordon was attending Bentley College in Waltham, MA, when he was drafted into the United States Army during the Korean War.After serving his country and being honorably discharged Gordon married his sweetheart Pauline M. Skilton on May 7, 1955, they moved to Wilmington in August of that year and started their family. Gordon was a very hard worker, he started two family businesses Micro Dial which was started in June of 1959 and several years later Fitch & Sons Construction Company both in Wilmington. He was also a partner for a few years in the Cinnamon Lounge which was located in Lowell. Gordon retired in 1986.Gordon was also very active in the Community of Wilmington, he helped organize Youth Hockey at the outdoor rink on Chestnut Street, he was one of the first Pee Wee Hockey Coaches, he went on to coach Bantam Hockey, and stayed active in Wilmington Youth Hockey for many years in different capacities. Gordon was also a member of the Wilmington Lions Club. Gordon enjoyed time spent with his family, they loved to summer in Gloucester and enjoyed sailing, they bought their Gloucester home in 1965, and with the help of family they created a beautiful home for all of his family to enjoy. Following his retirement, Gordon and his wife spent 6 months of the year in their Gloucester home and 6 months at their Florida home located at St. Pete Beach. In his spare time Gordon loved to play tennis, woodcarving, collecting old clocks, and making stained glass.Gordon is survived by his beloved wife Pauline M. (Skilton) Fitch of Gloucester, he was the devoted father of Paul Fitch & his wife Karen of Danvers, John Fitch & his wife Rosalie, Gordie Fitch & his wife Helen all of Wilmington, and Janelle Fitch- Vaal & her husband Bruce of Meredith, NH, and he was the loving "Grandpa" of 9 grandchildren.Graveside Services will be held Wednesday, November 19th in Wildwood Cemetery, Wilmington, at 10:00 a.m. Visiting hours will be on Tuesday, November 18th at the Nichols Funeral Home, Inc., 187 Middlesex Ave. (Rte. 62), Wilmington in lieu of flowers donations in Gordon's name made to Hospice of the North Shore, 10 Elm St. #1, Danvers, MA 01923 or tothe Cape Ann Animal Aid, 260 Main St., Gloucester, MA 01930.
SONA H. HAIDOSTIAN, Nov 8, 2002 Of Belmont, beloved daughter of the late Samuel and Nevart Haidostian. Sister of the late Raffi. A Memorial Service will be held at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 1672 Washington St., Newton, on Saturday, Nov. 16, at 2 pm. Relatives & friends are kindly invited to attend. Arrangements by Aram Bedrosian Funeral Home, WATERTOWN (I signed the Globe's Guestbook on behalf of the Class of '50)
Hekimian, James S. Of Belmont, November 27, 2006. Beloved husband of Louise (Harian) Hekimian Devoted father of Gail LaFleche and her husband Philip and Dr. Karl Hekimian and his wife Diane. Loving grandfather of Jonathan and Rebecca LaFleche and Julia Hekimian. Brother of Maritza Brown. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Funeral Services at Saint James Armenian Apostolic Church, 465 Mount Auburn Street, Watertown, on Saturday, December 2 at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend. Visiting hours at the Aram Bedrosian Funeral Home, 558 Mount Auburn Street, WATERTOWN on Friday from 6-9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to Armenian Library and Museum Of America (ALMA), 65 Main Street, Watertown, or Saint James Armenian Church. Interment Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge. Published in the Boston Globe from 11/29/2006 - 11/30/2006. The Boston Globe James S. Hekimian, 74; was president of Mugar Group By Stephanie M. Peters, Globe Correspondent | December 2, 2006 James S. Hekimian loved a good challenge. Whether teaching business executives the finer points of managerial accounting, leading Northeastern University's College of Business Administration toward full accreditation, or managing mutual fund portfolios, Mr. Hekimian tackled each task like the math problems that had come so easily to him throughout his life: methodically, with care and keen judgment. "Everybody in the world came to him with their problems because they respected him," said Haig Manuelian of Belmont, who befriended Mr. Hekimian about 50 years ago. "He was a very wise person. . . . He just exuded a quiet respect from everybody he knew." Mr. Hekimian, a numbers-oriented man who built a successful career in academia and later the private sector as the president of the investment management firm Mugar Group, died of complications of Alzheimer's disease Monday at Belmont Manor Nursing Home. He was 74. After graduating from Belmont High School in 1950 he attended Harvard University, where as an undergraduate studying economics he met Louise (Harian), a Simmons College student. "We met, he asked me to go out, and that was it," his wife said. The couple married in 1957. Mr. Hekimian graduated in 1954 and began work on his master's degree in management control systems at Harvard Business School. After obtaining his master's in 1956, he volunteered for the Army and was appointed to the Finance and Accounting Office as a deputy finance and accounting officer, his wife said. He was stationed at the Boston Army base until 1959 and served as a member of the Army Reserve for three years after, she said. Mr. Hekimian returned to Harvard Business School in 1959 and began work on his doctorate. While a doctoral candidate, he was appointed assistant professor of industrial management at the Sloan School of Management at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in July 1952. He was awarded his doctorate in March 1963 and continued to teach at MIT until 1967, when he accepted an appointment as dean of the College of Business Administration at Northeastern University. At both MIT and Northeastern he reveled in his time spent in the classroom teaching business executives managerial accounting, his wife said. "He loved the back and forth, the rapport, between the executive students and himself," she said. "He loved the challenge of dealing with these people. I've had more people say to me 'I never liked accounting, but he made it so interesting.' " During his time at Northeastern Mr. Hekimian served as acting provost from 1975 to 1976 and was on the list of candidates to fill the vacant provost position, Manuelian said. Manuelian and Mr. Hekimian would meet once a week over sundaes at Brigham's Ice Cream and discuss whether he should accept the position or others he was offered at local universities, Manuelian said, but Mr. Hekimian passed, deciding he didn't want to be strapped to an academic career. "He decided instead to be a consultant to the Mugar family and teach part time at MIT," Manuelian said. "He decided he could regulate his life this way. He wasn't going to let his career regulate him." In 1977 he was appointed president of the Mugar Group, a company that dabbled in a variety of ventures including owning and managing shopping centers, malls, office buildings and motels, and real estate development, venture capital investment, and portfolio management securities, his wife said. He remained in that role until 1996. Mr. Hekimian also lent his financial expertise to charitable organizations, namely the Armenian Library and Museum of American and the Armenian Assembly in Washington, D.C. The son of survivors of the Armenian genocide, he was proud of his heritage and endowed a Harvard University classroom in his parents' honor, his family said. In addition to his wife, Mr. Hekimian is survived by a daughter, Gail LeFleche of Alpharetta, Ga.; a son, Karl of Tucson; a sister, Maritza Brown of Belmont; two granddaughters; and a grandson. A funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. today in St. James Armenian Apostolic Church in Watertown. Burial will be in Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge
LUCY, ALICE (GREGORY.) Jan 11, 2003 Of Framingham, formerly of Belmont, January 11, 2003. Wife of the late Attorney I. Francis Gregory II, and mother of Alyce M. Gorman and her husband Michael of Marlborough, Linda S. Corrieri and her husband Daniel of Clinton, Cathryn A. Kelly and her husband Sean of Milford; Francis I. Gregory of Marlborough and John J. Gregory of Marlborough. Also survived by 3 sisters, 2 brothers, 10 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. Funeral from the Eugene J. McCarthy and Sons Funeral Home, 11 Lincoln St., FRAMINGHAM, Thursday at 9:15 followed by a Funeral Mass at 10:00 AM in St. Bridget's Church, Rte. 9, Framingham Centre. Relatives and friends kindly invited to attend. Calling hours at the funeral home on Wednesday from 4:00 to 7:00 PM. Burial Cambridge Cemetery, Cambridge. (as published Boston Globe January 17, 2003)
Hubert C. Maguire Jr. Naples, FLHubert C. Maguire Jr. of Naples, FL, formerly of Harwich, MA, passed away peacefully after a long illness on Saturday, February 9, 2002. Mr. Maguire attended Belmont, MA schools and was a graduate of Harvard College. While there, he was a member of the Varsity Club. He was also a member of the Executive Committee of the Friends of Harvard Track, the Harvard Clubs of Boston and Cape Cod. He is survived by his wife, Carol; and two sons, Mark of London, England and Matthew of Manchester, NH. A memorial Mass will be celebrated Friday, February 15th at 2:00 p.m. at St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church, 5130 Rattlesnake Hammock Road. Inurnment will follow at St. Peters Columbarium. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Hospice of Naples, 1095 Whippoorwill Lane, Naples, FL 34105. first appeared:FEB 13,2002 Hubert Maguire, 420 Fox Haven Dr, Naples, FL 34104-5139 (239)434-6437 He was a 'competitive peer', we used to challenge each other to finish math homework before the study period ended so we could keep our 'record clean' of never taking math homework home in high school. At BHS he set a Massachusetts mile record in track and I saw him run the last half of a track backwards one time just to show off he was so far in advance. It was a state meet so he nearly got disqualified. His father was an extremely well known Belmont Police Lieutenant and one of the reasons I got into police work in California. Our mothers were friends. My second car was their ex-family car, a '35 Olds, immune to being stopped in Belmont. Paid $35 for it. Hube and I were friends from about the 2nd grade through Harvard. He and Carol visited us in California in the mid 80's to attend our daughter's wedding.
PATRICK J. 'RICK', 'The RICKER' MAHANEY, 69, died at his Wilbraham residence on Monday, April 8, 2002. Born in Boston, he was raised in Belmont, and had lived in Falmouth, Raynham and Birmingham, Mich. before settling in Wilbraham 33 years ago. He was a 1958 graduate of Boston University, and had served in the United States Army. Prior to his retirement in 1997, he had served as the director of housing services with the Springfield Redevelopment Authority for 27 years. Mr. Mahaney was an active parishioner at St. Cecilia’s Church in Wilbraham, where he was an altar server and an extraordinary minister of the Eucharist. He also was a member of the Knights of Columbus - Wilbraham Council, served as president of the Friends of the Homeless, and also held a position on the Board of Directors of the North End Educational Development Fund. He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Virginia E. " Jiggs " (Brenton, BHS '49) Mahaney, a son, Matt Mahaney and his wife, Pamela, of Ludlow; and a daughter, Kerri Mahaney of Manhattan, N.Y. A brother, John A. Mahaney, predeceased him on Jan. 5, 2000. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, from Sampson’s Chapel of the Acres Funeral Home, 21 Tinkham Road in Springfield, with a 10 a.m. Liturgy of Christian burial at St. Cecilia’s Church in Wilbraham. Rites of Committal will follow at the Woodland Dell Cemetery. Contributions in his memory may be directed to the Cornerstone Fund at St. Cecilia’s Church, 64 Main St., Wilbraham, MA 01095; to the Friends of the Homeless, 769 Worthington St., Springfield, MA 01101; or to Hospice - VNA of Western New England, 50 Maple St., P.O. Box 9058, Springfield, MA 01102-9058.
Albert L. Marsh 71, of Medway, May 11, 2004. Beloved husband of Carolyn (Wilde) Marsh. Loving father of Kenneth A. and his wife, Rosana of Milford, Allan L. and his wife Sharon of Chelmsford, James E. and his wife Patricia of Medway, Donna H. O'Connor and her husband Kevin of Medway and David H. and his wife Crystal of Barre. Brother of Richard A. Marsh of Simpsonville, SC. Also survived by 13 grandchildren. Funeral Service Mon., May 17, 2004 at 11 AM in the Community Church of West Medway, 199 Main St., Medway. Interment will follow at Evergreen Cemetery in Medway. Calling hours Sun. from 2 to 6 PM at the Ginley-Crowley Funeral Home, 3 Barber St. in MEDWAY. Memorial donations to the Elliot P. Joslin Camp c/o Joslin Diabetes Center, 1 Joslin Place, Boston, MA 02215 Published in the Boston Globe on 5/14/2004.
McAuliffe (Reilly), Maureen E. 74, Belmont, MA and Ormond Beach, Mass of Christian Burial will be offered (Friday, Nov. 9, 2007), at 9 a.m. at Prince of Peace Catholic Church with the Rev. Richard E. Grasso as celebrant. Mrs. Reilly died Sunday, November 4, 2007, at Florida Hospital Ormond Beach. Surviving her are her husband, Walter; two sons, Walter and his wife, Cynthia Reilly, West Palm Beach, and William M. and his wife, Jeanette Reilly, Denver, Colo.; two daughters, Brenda and her husband, Dr. Anthony Cantwell, Ormond Beach, and Maureen and her husband, Dr. Darwich Bejany, Weston, Fla.; a sister, Brenda DiGiovanni, Belmont, Mass.; 12 grandchildren, Michelle Cantwell, Andrea Cantwell, Lauren Cantwell, Nicole Bejany, Joseph Bejany, Raquel Bejany, Kyle Reilly, Shane Reilly, Eric Reilly, William Reilly, Shannon Reilly and Erin Reilly; her two dogs, Cuddles and Precious. Maureen was born November 30, 1932, in Boston, Mass., the daughter of William and Helen Quinlan McAuliffe. She graduated from Lesley College in Cambridge, Mass., with a degree in education. She taught elementary school in Everett, Mass., in 1954. She married the love of her life, Walter A. Reilly Jr. on April 16, 1955. She was a skilled ballet dancer as a young adult. She loved to sew and knit and was a fan of the arts, music, voice and enjoyed playing the piano. Maureen loved all animals. She was a Eucharistic minister in Miami and a member of Prince of Peace Catholic Church. She was also a member of The Legion of Mary, The Catholic Women's Club and The Red Hatters Society. Memorial donations can be made in her name to the Prince of Peace Memorial Foundation. Condolences may be shared with the family online at www.lohmanfuneralhomes.com. Arrangements are under the careful direction of Lohman Funeral Home Ormond.
JOAN MARIE MCGARRY BURKE, May 26, 1998 Sadly, my mother Joan Burke passed away May 26, 1998. I am her oldest daughter, Lisa Joan Burke Coder, and I live in Denver, Colorado with my husband and four children. My brother Stephen Burke lives in Cincinnati with his wife and 2 boys, and Tracy, the youngest of Joan's children lives in Nokomis, Florida with her husband and 2 boys. At the time of her death, she and my father lived in Hilton Head, SC, where she wrote a weekly editorial for the local newspaper and facilitated several writer's groups. She often said that her love of writing began at Belmont High! My mother was a wonderful, dynamic person who loved people, adventure and life in general. We miss her terribly! I have her to thank for so much of who and what I am today! Sincerely, Lisa Coder
ROBERT D. (Herm) MILLER, AMESBURY MA, Sept 1, 2002 age 70, resident of 9 Greenwood St., Amesbury, died Sunday, Sept. 1, 2002 at the Anna Jaques Hospital. He was the husband of Martha C. (Campbell) Miller. Born Jan. 16, 1932, the son of Herman and Margaret Miller, he had been a resident of Amesbury for the past 30 years, previously residing in West Boxford and Belmont. He worked in the Assessor's Office in the town of Amesbury for over 13 years. He enjoyed genealogy, gardening, camping and was a Naval veteran of the Korean War. Besides his wife, he is survived by two children, Deborah J. "Debbie" Echols of Jacksonville, Fla., and Robert D. "Rob" Miller Jr. and his wife, Marla, of Newton, N.H.; a brother, Robert Vaughn of Estero, Fla.; a sister, Beverly Simmons of Concord; four grandchildren: Daniel Griffith and Amy Echols of Jacksonville, Fla., Robbie and Nathan Miller of Newton, N.H.; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral was held at Simplicity Burial & Cremation Services, 287 High St., Newburyport with a private graveside service at the North Cemetery, Oxford. Contributions in his memory may be made to the American Cancer Society, 30 Speen St., Framingham, Mass. 01701. I sent condolences on behalf of BHS '50 to www.BurialsAndCremations.com.
IRENE MILONA CARPENTER, Irene's daughter emailed me the following note and Irene's obituary,"My mother passed away in 1999, but always spoke fondly of her years in Belmont. Sincerely,Laura McCarron Friday, December 10, 1999 Irene Carpenter LOWELL -- Irene (Milona) Carpenter, 68, 130 Bowden St., died Tuesday at home. She graduated from Belmont High in 1950 and the Boston Conservatory of Music in 1954. Mrs. Carpenter taught music for several years in Fairfield, Conn., and New York. She leaves her daughter and son-in-law Laura and Michael McCarron of West Newbury; brothers Gregory Milona and George Milona, both of Lexington, Nicholas Milona of Lynn, Gus Milona of Medford; two grandsons; and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call Sunday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Dole, Childs & Shaw Funeral Home, Haverhill. Family and friends may gather Monday at 9 a.m. at the funeral home, to be followed by a Mass at 10 a.m. at Sts. Peter and Paul Holy Apostles Church, 154 Winter St., Haverhill. Burial will follow in Oaklawn Cemetery, Fairfield.Memorials may be made to Joslin Diabetes Center, Attention: Development, 1 Joslin Place, Boston, MA 02215."
Martin J. O’Neill, Jr., beloved husband of Jacqueline (Siebert) O’Neill, died peacefully Wednesday at his home with his family by his side, following a long illness. Born in Boston, he was the son of the late Martin J. & Elizabeth (Cussen) O’Neill, Sr. He lived in Belmont and graduated from Belmont High School, Class of 1950. He went on to attend Northeastern University and Rutgers University. He settled in Peabody where he lived for the last 42 years. Mr. O’Neill worked for Liberty Mutual Insurance Company with 40 years of service, his last position was Assistant Vice-President of Credit. A gregarious person by nature, after retirement he worked recently at Hannaford Supermarket in Peabody where his official responsibility was bagging groceries, yet he carried the pleasure of being a store greeter. “Marty” as he was known, was active in West Peabody. He was a longtime communicant of St. Adelaide’s Church where he served as Head Usher and on the Parish Council, and he was a member of the Ward 6 Civic Association, the Boy Scouts, the West Memorial School Parents Council, and also enjoyed following Notre Dame Football. He will be dearly missed by friends and family, who always appreciated his congeniality and respect shown for everyone. He is survived by: his wife, Jacqueline (Siebert) O’Neill of Peabody, with whom he shared 45 years of marriage; a daughter, Kathleen O’Neill of Norfolk, VA; three sons and daughters-in-law, David & Karen O’Neill of McDonough, GA, Michael J. & Ana O’Neill of Holliston, and Mark J. & Tracy O’Neill of Peabody; eight grandchildren, Taylor, Meghan, and Lauren of GA, Elizabeth, Sarah, and Julia of Holliston, and Caroline and Joseph of Peabody; a brother, Joseph R. O’Neill of Bedford, many nieces and nephews. His funeral will be held on Saturday at 9 AM from the funeral home, followed by a Funeral Mass at 10 AM in St. Adelaide’s Church, Peabody, to which relatives and friends are kindly invited. Burial will be in Puritan Lawn Memorial Park, Peabody. Memorial donations may be made to Haven from Hunger, 71 Wallis St., Peabody, MA 01960, to Hospice of the North Shore, 10 Elm St., Danvers, MA 01923, or to a charity of one’s choice. Please visit
CHARLES A. PAPPAS, of Belmont, died Oct. 10, 2000. He was the husband of Helen (Kalton) Pappas. His father, Thomas A. Pappas was the head of C. Pappas & Co., an international industrial concern, and was president of ESSO-Pappas of Greece. Charles was a private philanthropist who administered the assets and gifts of Thomas A. Pappas Foundation of Lexington. In addition to his wife, he is survived by two sons, Thomas C. Pappas of Bourne, and John C. Pappas of Burlington; two daughters, Betsy P. Demirjian of Weston, and Sophia H. Pappas of Watertown. Equally proud to call Stephen C. Demirjian, Leslie Pappas, Bonnie Pappas, and Andrew Sacher his own. Loving pappy to Alexa Demirjian, Timmy Demirjian, and Chase Pappas. A funeral was held Oct. 13, from the Greek Orthodox Church "Taxiarchae" in Watertown. Internment was private. For those who wish, contributions in Mr. Pappas' memory may be made to the MGH Cancer Center, Massachusetts General Hospital Development Office, 100 Charles River Plaza, Suite 600, Boston, MA 02114. Arrangements were under the care of the Arthur C. Hasiotis-Commonwealth Funeral Service of Boston. (From Belmont Citizen-Herald. Thursday, October 19, 2000)
Paul J. Redmond Of 29 Boyce Farm Rd., Lincoln, died peacefully Wednesday, July 27, 2005 at home surrounded by his loving family. Survived by his wife of 33 years, Rosemary `Crickett' (Keough). Father of Paul J. Redmond, Jr. and his partner Scott Livermore of Windham, NH; Kelly Redmond Robles and her husband Alfonse of Lexington; Maura E. Redmond of Belmont, and Meaghan E. Winokur and her husband James of Wayland. Brother of Ambrose J. Redmond, Jr. of Pocasset and Barbara O'Brien of Naples, FL. Paul is also survived by 2 grandchildren, Laine Winokur and Alicia Winokur, and many nieces and nephews. Born in Dorchester, brought up in Belmont, graduate of Belmont High School Class of 1950-president of his class all 3 years. Graduated cum laude Harvard College, 1954. Boston University Law School. Appointed Asst. U.S. Attorney by Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy. He served under U.S. Attorney and subsequent Federal District Court Judge Arthur Garrity. Private practice in Boston and Lincoln for 46 years. Belonged to the Bar of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, the U.S. District Court of Massachusetts, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. Mr. Redmond tried both civil and criminal cases in Federal and State courts of all the N.E. States and throughout the country including major cases in California, Kentucky, and Florida. Funeral from the Douglass Funeral Home, 51 Worthen Rd., LEXINGTON, Tuesday, August 2nd at 9 a.m. followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at St. Joseph Church, Lincoln at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend. Visiting hours Sunday 7-9 p.m. and Monday 4-8 p.m. Donations in his memory may be made to the Center for Transplant Medicine, Brigham & Womens' Hospital, 116 Huntington Ave., 5th fl., Boston MA 02116. Interment Lincoln Cemetery. Douglass Funeral Home, Lexington 781-862-1800 Published in the Boston Globe on 7/29/2005.
John D. Reidy Jr. of Scituate, a Korean War veteran and retired driver at United Parcel Service, died Wednesday at New England Baptist Hospital in Boston after a second lengthy battle with lung cancer. He was 73. Born in Boston, he was raised in Belmont. He had lived in Scituate for most of his life. Mr. Reidy was a veteran of the Korean War and served as an honor guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier from 1953 to 1955. He spent his adolescent years working as a truck driver for his father at the former John Reidy Trucking Co. in Belmont. He then worked as a driver for 32 years at United Parcel Service in Brockton. He was a member of the Teamsters Union. Mr. Reidy loved to spend time with his children and grandchildren. He was an avid boater, gardener, swimmer and Red Sox fan. In the 1980s, he was named coach of the year by the Scituate Little League. He is survived by his wife, Florence Audrey (Hickey); three daughters, Kathryn Mastromarino of West Peabody and Jane Falvey and Kristin Lopez, both of Scituate; three sons, John III, James and Paul, all of Scituate; 18 grandchildren; and two sisters, Ursula Turano of Wellesley and Cynthia Cronin of Hingham. A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday at St. Anthony Church, Cohasset. A graveside service with military honors will be held at Cudworth Field Cemetery, Scituate. Arrangements by McNamara-Sparrell Funeral Home, Cohasset.
MORTIMER C. ROBINSON, 59, retired naval aviator, died Saturday (7 March 1992) at Beverly Hospital. He was 59 and lived in Beverly. Mr. Robinson was born (15 Oct 1932) in Philadelphia (PA). He grew up in Belmont and attended Belmont High School and Belmont Hill School. He was a graduate of Boston University. During active duty as a naval aviator, Mr. Robinson served as a carrier pilot and flight instructor and flew during the Cuban missile crises. After retiring to Beverly Cove, he served as president of the Cove Community Center and as a leader for the Boy Scouts. He was also a member of the Jubilee Yacht Club and promoted local sailing programs. Mr. Robinson leaves his wife, Nancy D. (Popplwell); a son, M. Clifton (Robinson IV) of West Newbury; and a daughter, Amy Dodge (Robinson) of Marblehead. Services will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the Church-in-the-Cove in Beverly. Burial will be in Central Cemetery in Beverly.
Cecil Roy Scammell ,73, Venice, died February 21,2006. He was born May 16,1932 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He moved to the area in 1992 from Hull, Massachusetts. He was a Personnel Administrator for Polaroid Corporation in Cambridge, Massachusetts retiring in 1988. He was U.S. Navy veteran serving on the U.S.S. Missouri during the Korean War. He was a member of the American Legion as well as a Mason and a Shriner. Survivors include his wife Virginia; sister Joyce Nickerson of Bingham,ME; brothers Arthur Scammell of Concord, NH, L. William Scammell of California and John Scammell of Rockford, MA. Donation may be made to TideWell and Palliative Care, 5955 Rand Blvd. Sarasota, FL 34238. Farley Funeral Home Venice Chapel is in charge of arrangements. Friends may visit anytime online at www.farleyfuneralhome.com to sign a guest register book or express their sympathy in honor of Mr. Scammell. Guestbook posting by Ray Rawlings: We will miss Roy very much, he was a good man. Joyce and my prayers and thoughts are with you Virginia." Joe Nix posted: Roy was gifted in many ways, a superb woodworker, a dedicated genealogist, a colorful chronicler of his life and times embodying historical, sociological sensitivity and wit. We shared many interests in a frequent exchange of emails since 2000. Roy contributed several oral history anecdotes and photos to my web site's chronicles of Belmont. We also had common interest in the Maritimes where our respective families had orgins." Sister David Mary Duncan, R.S.M. posted: Roy was a quiet, reserved, fun loving, caring, generous man who loved life and family and was concerned for their well being. He also had a great sense of humor-which I might add-he kept right up to the end of his life. He was a good person to be with and a role model for many young people. If anyone had a need, Roy reached out a helping hand. There are many who could attest to his generosity and compassion. Roy was also a very gifted and talented man, generous with his skills and very proud of his accomplishments. Many members of his family and friends have been the recipients of his professional woodworking and carving artistry. (I have on the front of my house as sign he carved with my name) Roy was also a professional skier and proudly served his country in the United States Navy aboard the U.S.S. Missouri during the Korean War. His den at home is a tribute to that era. He was a 32nd Degree Mason and a Shriner. A few days before Roy died he received his Veteran’s Medal from the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts in recognition of 50 years of faithful service as a Master Mason. In the past few years Roy devoted his days to compiling, printing and sharing an extensive family geneology including priceless stories and photos. He was very proud of his Newfoundland roots and during his trips there, fell in love with it and it’s people."
Janet L. (Sullivan) Logan, 71, of Worcester and South Harwich died Monday, March 15, 2004 in the Hospice Residence after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. Her husband John J. Logan, Jr., died in 1990. She leaves her daughter Julie Ann wife of Robert Jacobson of Paxton, 2 sisters Marjorie wife of Donald Hampton of East Dennis and Naples, FL and Marcia wife of Gerard Kiley of Belmont, 2 grandchildren Alyssa and Matthew Jacobson of Paxton, nephews and nieces. (We emailed back and forth in her last years. I have a photo of her nice house in Worcester. I knew her from the 7th grade.)
Marcia (Sullivan) Ziehler Of Carlisle, formerly of Belmont, August 22. Wife of Joseph Ziehler. Mother of David Ziehler and his wife Pamela and Joseph Ziehler and his wife Frida Polli, all of Carlisle. Grandmother of ValerieZiehler and Eleonora Ziehler, both of Carlisle and Dana Thibodeau of Orlando Fl. Sister of the Late Walter Sullivan. Funeral Mass Friday August 25 at 10 a.m. in St. Irene's Church, 181 East St., Carlisle. Interment Green Cemetery, Carlisle. Visiting hours Thursday, August 24 from 4-7 pm in the Dee Funeral Home, 27 Bedford St. CONCORD CENTER. In lieu of flowers, contributions in her memory may be made to Commonwealth Hematology-Oncology, 131 ORNAC, John Cuming Bldg, Suite 200, Concord MA 01742. For obituary, photo gallery, directions or guestbook. Visit www.deefuneral home.com Published in the Boston Globe on 8/24/2006. Marcia A. (Sullivan) Ziehler, a former kindergarten teacher in Acton, died Aug. 22nd at Emerson Hospital. She was 74. Marcia was born in Belmont and educated in Belmont schools, graduating from Belmont High School in 1950. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education from Wheelock College in 1954. She later pursued graduate studies at Tufts University and the University of Hartford. She married Joseph A. Ziehler, Sr. in 1958 in Hartford, CT. The couple settled in Carlisle in 1966, where they raised two boys, David and Joseph, Jr. Marcia was a devoted kindergarten teacher in Acton for 30 years. Many former students and their parents frequently stopped her as she ran errands at the grocery store, or went to mass at church, to remember her fondly as “Mrs. Ziehler”. A resident of Carlisle for over 40 years, Marcia enjoyed gardening, reading, watching PBS, swimming, horses, and spending time with her family, in particular her two very special granddaughters, Valerie and Eleonora. Marcia belonged to the Women’s Club at St. Irene’s Catholic Church in Carlisle. Marcia leaves behind her husband, Joseph Sr., two sons, David and Joseph Jr., both of Carlisle, her daughter-in-laws, Pam and Frida, and two very special granddaughters, Valerie and Eleonora, and her mixed-breed dog Mitsy.
BYRON PETER TASCHIOGLOU, Lt. Col. 69, of Plymouth and Sarasota, Fla., died Saturday, July 6, 2002 in Plymouth, after a long illness. He was born in Boston and raised in Winthrop and Belmont where he graduated from high school in 1950. He attended Brown University and Worcester Academy. In 1951 he joined the U.S. Marine Corps, serving for two years before transferring to the Air Force. An airborne navigator, he flew refueling aircraft and later airborne gunships in two separate tours in Vietnam. In April 1972, of 10 crew members, he was one of the six who survived when their gunship was shot down over An Loc. He was awarded an Airman's Medal for heroism and a Purple Heart. He retired in 1973 after 20 years of service with the U.S. Air Force Strategic Air Command. Following retirement he earned a degree from the University of California Sacramento and became the assistant finance director for the city of Vacaville, Calif.Colonel Taschioglou enjoyed cruising San Francisco Bay with his family and singing baritone in lead roles in community theater productions, men's choruses and barbershop quartets. An excellent golf putter and pool player, he was also expert at backgammon, enjoying Internet matches with opponents from all over the globe. He is survived by a son, Jon Peters of San Francisco; a daughter, Althea Hendricksen of Suisun, Calif.; their mother, Jeanne Taschioglou of Vacaville (Note: Jeanne Sylvester Taschioglou was with our class till 1947); two granddaughters; a brother, Kemon Taschioglou of Lincoln; and a dear friend, Barbara Carver of Plymouth. A memorial service will be held on Sunday, July 21 at 2 p.m. at Bartlett Garrity Funeral Home, Plymouth. Colonel Taschioglou's ashes will be interred at Arlington National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be sent to The Chorus of the Keys, c/o Don Crabb, 804 Pennsylvania Ave., Sarasota, FL 34243. Don Tucker comments: I copied the above from Belmont Town On Line after Ray Rawlings sent me the URL. Don Tucker emailed as follows, " 3 days after we watched the holiday fire works in Plymouth with his family and friends. We had a good time and he was in good spirits. He played 9 holes of golf and went out to dinner on the day he died. A memorial service for him will be at the funeral home on July 21. He will be buried in Arlington National Cemetery, also honored due to having a Purple Heart from service in Vietnam. He. Barbara (Carver '50), Catherine and I had a lot of fun together in the past five years. Best to you, DON TUCKER"
Donald C. Tucker 1932 2006 WILBRAHAM: , died on Tuesday, August 29, 2006 of Lymphoma. He was born in Cambridge, October 11, 1932, son of the late Charles W. and Eudora C. (Fuller) Tucker and was a 1950 graduate of Belmont High School. Don was a United States Air Force Veteran of the Korean War serving from 1951 to 1955. He was a member of the United States Army Reserve from 1959 until 1963. Don was a 1959 graduate of the University of Massachusetts College of Engineering. A Registered Professional Engineer, he was President of Hurley & David, Inc., of Springfield from 1972 until his retirement in 2004. Don was a member of the Newton Lodge of Masons since 1967, a member of the Wilbraham Lions Club since 1973, serving as Chapter President in 1983, a member of the Wilbraham Library Building Committee and Town Hall Building Committee, and was an Assessor for the Town of Wilbraham from 1975 until 1978. He was a member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers since 1963 and was Local Chapter President from 1971 until 1972. Don was a Trustee of the Mass. Chapter of the Leukemia Society of America from 1995 until 2004 and Chairman of the Leukemia Golf Tournament of Western Mass. from 1992 until 2004. Don leaves his loving wife of fifty years, Catherine (Imler) Tucker, his daughters, Carol T. Avery and her husband Keith of Ludlow, Beth T. Kiniry of Londonderry, NH, his daughter-in-law, Donna T. Farrell and her husband Barry of Holyoke, eight grandchildren, Tucker and Casey Avery, Ashley and D.J. Tucker, Ryan and Andy Kiniry, and Jamie and Maggie Farrell, two sisters, Charlotte T. Beattie of Minneapolis, MN and Lucile T. Anderson and her husband James of Windsor Locks, CT, many nieces, nephews, in-laws, and dear friends. He was predeceased by his son, Donald W. Tucker in 1992, and a brother Ward C. Tucker. A Service to celebrate Don's life will be held Friday, September 1st, at 11:00 a.m. in the Wilbraham United Church, Main Street, Wilbraham. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. Calling hours will be held on Thursday from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Barry J. Farrell Funeral Home, 2049 Northampton Street, Holyoke, MA. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Leukemia & Lymphoma Society/Mass Chapter, 495 Old Connecticut Avenue, Suite 220, Framingham, MA 01701. Farrell Funeral Home (413) 536-3843 Published in The Republican on 8/30/2006.
VALENTE, Josephine M. (TINTLE) Of Burlington, May 10. Beloved wife of the late Richard. Loving mother of Doreen Kieffer of Sudbury and Steven & his wife Deborah of Burlington. Sister of the late Nancy Todino, Louis Valente, Rose Terrio, and Lena Page. Loving grandmother of Justin, Ryan, & Brendan Kieffer of Sudbury and Kristin, Kara & David Tintle of Burlington. Visiting hours will be held at the Edward V. Sullivan Funeral Home, 43 Winn St., BURLINGTON (Exit 34 off Rt. 128 Woburn side) on Friday, May 12 from 9-11 a.m. Followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Margarets Church, 111 Winn St., Burlington at 11:30 a.m. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers memorials in Josephine's name may be made to the Burlington High School Scholarship Program, 123 Cambridge St., Burlington, MA 01803. For directions & obituary see www.sullivanfuneralhome.net & www.saintmargaretschurch.net Retired Employee of Burlington High School. Published in the Boston Globe on 5/11/2006.
Lindsay, James Walker, 74, a Georgetown resident for almost 50 years, died January 29, 2006, after a courageous fight against cancer. Mr. Walker grew up in Belmont, playing any sport of which he could be a part. He was a star basketball player as well as an ace pitcher who made it to the final call back to the Boston Red Sox. Instead of playing baseball, he enlisted in the Navy and honorably served his country for four years. Mr. Walker attended Burdett College and Northeastern University. He was extremely involved in the Georgetown community, where he served 25 years on the Georgetown Athletic Association, was the baseball commissioner for five years, coach for a number of sports for many years and with Tony Vaughn, started the Georgetown Youth Soccer Program. He was a 46-year member of the Charles C. Dame Masonic Lodge in Georgetown and was an avid bowler and golfer. He is survived by the love of his life, his wife Shirley Mae (Hart) Walker of Georgetown; his children, Kimberly Murphy and her husband, Pat, of Groveland, James Walker and his wife, Elizabeth, of Danvers, and Karyn Melideo and her husband, Bob, of Georgetown. He was also the beloved grandfather of Patrick, Michael, Jessica, Katie, Bobby, Jamie, Kelly, Will, Corey, Kimmy and Jonathan; and brother of Maida Sennot of Cambridge and the late Calvin W. Walker. Family and friends are invited to a funeral service Thursday, February 2 at 11 a.m. at the Merton E. Roberts Jr. & Conte Funeral Home, 14 Pleasant St., Georgetown. Burial will follow in Harmony Cemetery, Georgetown. Memorial contributions may be made to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, 295 Devonshire St., 4th Floor, Boston, MA 02110 or to the Boston Children's Hospital,750 Washington Street, P.O. Box 231, Boston, MA 02111.
WILLIAM P WILLIAMS 16 Aug 1932 16 Sep 2002 (V) 06762 (Middlebury, New Haven, CT) (none specified) 013-26-4281 Massachusetts SS-5 Letter
WILLARD FRANKLYN WHITMAN, JR. 12 Gate 4, Calabash, NC 28467-2554 or 12 Gate 4, Carolina Shores, NC 28467-2554 is the listing as of June '03. I had sent a postcard July 23, '00 to the address, no response, nor was card returned undeliveable. Quite sure SSDI has the same person, SSN 021-26-0734 issued in Massachusetts in 1951, last residence Calabash 28467, Brunswick County, NC, 16 Oct 1932- 23 Sep 1997
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