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Memorial announcements are sent to class members through either a letter or email, and are listed in the monthly enewsletter @NU and quarterly in The Record. In addition, a list of deceased alumni, known as the Roll of Honor, is read each year at Homecoming and printed in the annual Homecoming program.

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If you know of an alumnus/a or friend who has passed away recently, please send the notice and a copy of the obituary (if available) to Norwich.  Mail to The Alumni Office, 158 Harmon Drive, Northfield, Vermont 05663, call 802.485.2100, fax 802.485.2156, or email us.

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In Memoriam John C. Dunlop 10/15/2020  
John Edward "Jack" Dunlop, Jr., 84 of Warrenton, VA passed away on October 15, 2020 at his home. He was born on July 14, 1936 in Somerville, Massachusetts a son of the late John E. Dunlop, Sr. and Catherine Powers Dunlop.

Jack was a graduated from Norwich University in 1958. He began his military service with the U. S. Army and retired as a Major. He then worked as a consultant with BDM and then worked for the Fauquier County Extension Office.

Active in his community, Jack was a member of the Bealeton-Remington Ruritan Club, Literacy Volunteers of Fauquier County and enjoyed service with Bethel Computers for Education repairing computers for use for educational purposes.

He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Pat Dunlop; his children, Catherine Starbird and James Douglas Dunlop both of Warrenton; his sister, Mary Catherine Dunlop, Saugus, MA; one grandchild, Austin Edward Starbird, III.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered on Saturday, Oct. 24 at 10:00 AM at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Warrenton. Graveside services with military honors will be held on Monday, Oct. 26 at 12:30 PM at Quantico National Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
In Memoriam Edward Stephens 10/11/2020  
Edward Stephens, III, 76, passed away on Sunday, October 11, 2020.

He was the husband of Marilyn O. (Adey) Stephens to whom he was married for 54 years.

Born in Somerville, MA, he was a son of the late Edward and Ellamae (Russell) Stephens, Jr.

Mr. Stephens was a decorated Army Veteran of the Vietnam War. He was a 1966 graduate of Norwich University in Vermont where he earned his bachelor's degree in business. He was a sales represented for Shell Oil for 10 years. Following his employment with Shell Oil, he worked in commercial printing as a salesman for 35 years before retiring.

Besides his wife he leaves two daughters, Laurel S. Rosa and her husband Stephen of Rehoboth, Rebecca L. Springer and her husband Damian of Rehoboth,two sons, Edward Stephens, IV and his wife Cindy of Mendon, MA and Adam Stephens of Rehoboth, eight grandchildren, Damian, Ryan, Olivia, Alexis, Samantha, Linsey, Ella and Charlie, three great grandchildren, Julia, Levi and Aviana, sister-in-law's, Carrol Stephens, Beverly Reber and her husband Marshall, brother-in-law, Richard Adey and his wife Virginia and many nieces and nephews. He was the brother of the late Douglas Stephens.

His funeral services will be private. Donations in Edward's memory can be made to Hope Hospice and Palliative Care Rhode Island, 1085 North Main Street, Providence, RI 02904.

The Funeral Service will livestream at the appropriate time.
In Memoriam Frederick C. Maier 10/12/2020  
Frederick C. Maier, born in Wellesley, MA, died of natural causes at home in Norwood on October 12 at age 89.
Survived by his daughters Lisa (Michael, Ethan and Natalie) and Kim (Presley, Kate and Emily), as well as family members Laurie Lauda (Mark, Meg, Kristen and Madison) and Michael Devine (Melissa, Haley and Derek). He was predeceased by his soulmate Margaret Simmons, whom he missed every day.

A long-time resident of Dover, MA, where he was a Selectman, Fred was committed to community, family and friends. These include his children, grandchildren, nieces and nephew of whom he was so proud, neighbors at Washington Court, the extended Devine/Hayes family who welcomed him and became such an important part of his life, and treasured, life-long friends from Norwich University.

Fred's company, Griffin Paper, and his colleagues at Pagell Corporation, kept him happily going to the office until the time of his death.

Full of energy, always ready for a good conversation, and quick with a laugh and a kindness, Fred will be missed.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Camp Belknap, Norwich University or The Trustees of Reservations
In Memoriam Dana F. Taggart 10/14/2020  
Dana lost a short battle to cancer on October 14, 2020. He was born on April 26, 1955 to Dana F. Taggart Sr. and Beverly Cousino in Montague, MA. He graduated from Turners Falls High School in 1973. He went on to receive his master's degree at Norwich University and graduated with a degree in Organizational Development.

Dana was a friendly and gregarious person. He had an easy smile and a kind word for everyone. He always loved meeting new people. He was giving, generous and thoughtful. He could carry on a conversation with anyone and would help anyone in need. He worked at New England Power Company for many years. He also worked at UMASS Amherst and as a manager at Anchorage Nursing Home.

Dana was an exceptional self-taught guitarist, vocalist, avid writer and story teller. He started playing guitar at the age 13 with a guitar his father bought him that he still had. He wrote all of his own music. He's left us a precious collection of his personal written and recorded music. Most recently, he performed in local pubs. He loved the live music and karaoke scene. An animal lover, Dana enjoyed the companionship of his dog, Miss Jade.

Dana is survived by his beloved wife of 31 years, Mary (Drozdowski) Taggart, his 2 sons and their spouses, Christopher & Jennifer of NH and Matthew & Megan of ME. He leaves behind 4 grandchildren, who were the light of his life, Thaddeus, Genevieve, Everleigh, and Gavin. He is predeceased by his parents and brother, Daryl Taggart.

A celebration of his life will be held in the spring. Graveside services will be observed on Friday, October 23, 2020 @11:00AM, to be officiated by Jack Cooper. Expressions of affection in the form of a charitable donation in Dana's memory, are preferred in lieu of flowers to the Friends of the Franklin County Regional Dog Shelter, 10 Sandy Lane, Turners Falls, MA 01376 or to the Turners Falls High School, c/o TFHS Music Boosters, 222 Turnpike Road, Montague, MA 01351

The McCarthy Funeral Homes of Greenfield and Turners Falls, MA, have been entrusted with the arrangements. Guest book and condolence message available at www.mccarthyfuneralhomes.com
In Memoriam Judy Sarkisian 8/24/2020  
Judy Ann Sarkisian of Vashon, Wash., died unexpectedly from natural causes Aug. 24, 2020, at her home in Ennis, Mont.

She was born Oct. 18, 1950, to Arthur and June (Kiendl) Sarkisian in Forest Hills, N.Y., where she attended P.S. 101 and Kew Forest School. She spent summers in Mattituck, N.Y., on the East End of Long Island. Judy attended Vermont College and received her registered nursing degree from the University of New England in Portland, Maine.

After living and working for a period of time in Vermont and Maine, Judy moved west to Seattle, Wash., in the late 1980s with her then-husband Gary Nathanson. She loved the area and its people, eventually building her forever home on Vashon Island, where she tilled the soil, set down roots and lived happily with her plants and animals.

Judy brought passion to all her endeavors. She exhibited a flair for the dramatic at a young age. She wrote and directed skits for her younger cousins to perform door-to-door to the bemusement of neighbors. She was a tomboy and a leader of children on wild goose chases through the streets and back alleys of Forest Hills Gardens. In high school, she landed plum roles in plays and Gilbert and Sullivan musicals, and excelled at athletics.

Whenever Judy entered a room, contagious laughter and merriment ensued. Her interests were reflective of her wit, curiosity and keen intelligence. She studied botany, zoology, gardening, nutrition, animal communication, primal psychology and spiritual healing and was in the process of completing her final year in a Feldenkrais Professional Training Program.

Judy was also an accomplished cook. When she wasn't busy working her magic in the kitchen, you could find her zip-lining through the jungles of Costa Rica, swimming with dolphins in Hawaii, whale-watching off Vancouver Island, exploring the caves and cenotes of Mexico or fly fishing on the Madison River.

Judy was the "magical glue" between immediate members of her family. She organized summer reunions on Long Island that involved great meals, annual pingpong tournaments, singing and skinny dipping. She brought family together for holiday gatherings, fishing trips in Montana, celebrations on Vashon Island, thrift store shopping, dumpster diving or anything else just for the hell of it.

She is survived by family members, brothers Corey Sarkisian and Murphy Smith, as well as first cousins Sally Bunce, Bill Kiendl, Kim Kiendl and Wendy Smithson and all of their children.

A celebration of Judy's life will be held at a later date. Those who wish to donate to one of the charities she supported may do so by mailing a check to The Judy Sarkisian Legacy Foundation, Schwab Charitable Fund, P.O. Box 628298, Orlando, FL 32862.
In Memoriam Chui Ly 9/29/2020  
Cathy Ly Phan aka Cathy Ly or Chui Man Ly
May 8, 1980-Sept 29, 2020

Cathy Ly Phan - beloved wife, mother, daughter, sister, niece, and cousin; cherished friend; trusted colleague and adored by so many - passed away on September 29, 2020, from complications relating to a brain aneurysm. She was 40 years old.

Cathy was born on May 8, 1980, and raised in Sacramento, California. Growing up, she and her siblings Tony, Johnny, and Heidi spent weekends and holidays helping their mom at Happy Garden Restaurant, a popular Chinese restaurant on Stockton Boulevard. She went to Elder Creek, Herman Leimbach, and Anna Kirchgater Elementary Schools, James Rutter Middle School, and graduated as one of the top 10 students from Florin High School in 1998, where she excelled in academics, athletics, and the arts. Among other activities, she was President of the Key Club, played soccer and ran cross country, and was elected homecoming princess her senior year.

Cathy attended the University of California, San Diego (2002) where she majored in Structural Engineering. She was an active member of Alpha Phi Omega, a national service fraternity, and loved living in beautiful La Jolla. While in college, Cathy also studied abroad in Hong Kong (2003). She also received a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from Norwich University in 2010.

After college, Cathy moved back to Sacramento and worked for several years as a civil engineer at Mead & Hunt. She later took a job at Pacific Gas and Electric, where she worked successfully for 14 years and was promoted to Manager of Dams and Asset Management in 2020. As a civil engineer, she oversaw dam safety, compliance, construction, and maintenance for PG&E's hydro facilities throughout California. Always willing to contribute to her community and understanding the lack of diversity in the profession, Cathy was actively involved in a number of mentorship programs for women and people of color.

Cathy met the love of her life, her husband Eric, in high school, but only reconnected in Sacramento after college. It was not until a chance encounter at a party in Davis that their romantic relationship developed. They ignored everyone else at the party and talked the night away and started dating soon after.

In 2006, Cathy and Eric moved to the Bay Area, and they married in September 2008.

Cathy approached marriage and motherhood as she did all other things in life: with passion, kindness, and an unending supply of strength and love. She was a dedicated partner to Eric as they built a life and a family in San Francisco over the last 14 years. Raising her two children - Gwen (9) and Ethan (7) - was the greatest joy of her life. Cathy was always active and present in their lives, building community and being an active participant in their preschool, elementary school, and other activities.

Cathy's happiest times were spent with her friends and family. So many of her loved ones have fond memories of sharing a meal, camping, skiing, climbing, hiking, karaoke-ing, and more with Cathy - she had a zest for life and truly lived each day to the fullest. Her connections were deep and she always made an effort to visit her friends and family around the world - from Elk Grove to Redondo Beach and Southern California, London, West Lebanon, Australia, Colorado, San Diego, and more, Cathy traveled miles to spend time with loved ones.

Cathy is survived by Eric, Gwen, and Ethan; her mother Lisa Ung and father Bau Ly; brothers and sister Tony (Pam), Johnny (Lien), and Heidi; Eric's parents and siblings; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. Cathy was preceded in death by her beloved grandmother Lin Su. We take great comfort in the fact that Cathy and her grandmother are reunited once again.
In Memoriam Viesturs Zagars 10/13/2020  
Viesturs Zagars, 83, born on September 25, 1936, in Riga, Latvia, passed away June 25, 2020. He resided in Burbank, CA at the time of his passing. Arrangements are under the direction of Forest Lawn, Glendale, California.
In Memoriam Keith Cossey 9/21/2020  
B. Keith Cossey, 74, of Carey, passed away peacefully at 4:30pm on Monday, September 21, 2020 in his home with family by his side.

Born on April 6, 1946 in Lawrence, Kansas, he was the son of Angus Burton and Roxie Claire (Viesselman) Cossey. He married Jean A. Thomas on November 22, 1979 and she survives in Carey.

He is also survived by two children: Carrie M. (Patrick) Clough of Marion, IA and Jude G. Cossey of Taiwan; three step-daughters: Sarah (Mike) Mays and Elizabeth (Matt) Femia both of Cincinnati and Edith (Dan) Duran of Wood River, IL; 17 grandchildren and a brother, Craig Cossey of Eaton Rapids, MI.

Keith graduated from East Lansing High School in 1964. He earned his Bachelor's Degree from Norwich University in Vermont. His desire to learn continued even into his mid 60's when he received a Master's Degree in Humanities from Tiffin University.

He was a Sgt in the U.S. Marine Corps and was a veteran of the Vietnam War, where he served two tours.

Keith retired from the U.S. Postal Service. While living in Michigan, he was a mentor for juvenile delinquents.

He was a member of the Basilica of Our Lady of Consolation and the K of C 1925 both in Carey.

Keith loved reading, writing, and walking. He walked the Alaskan Highway as a teenager and later in life part of the Camino in Spain with his wife, Jean.

Keith requested a private graveside service be held at a later date in St. Mary's Cemetery in Carey, with Rev. Xavier Goulet, OFM Conv. officiating.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Dorcas Carey Public Library and sent to Stombaugh-Batton Funeral Home in Carey.

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In Memoriam Roger A. Krause 10/4/2020  
Roger A. Krause, 92, a resident of Reisterstown MD, who was a loving and devoted husband, father and grandfather, passed away Sunday, October 4, 2020 at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore following a period of failing health.

Roger was born March 7, 1928 in Waltham, MA, the son of William J. and Bess Alderman Krause, and attended local schools, before enrolling in Norwich University, earning an Engineering Degree. As a member of the Old Guard, he was looking forward to celebrating his 70th reunion this year.

Achieving Captain, Roger was very proud of his 15 years of service in the U.S. Army Signal Corps, serving in 3 wars. In addition to Korea and Vietnam he was stationed in Paris, serving at SHAPE, Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe. While there he and Shirley traveled extensively making treasured memories. In civilian life he worked at Western Electric and later in civil service for the Navy in Crystal City, VA.

Later he enjoyed playing board games while vacationing with his family in Maine. He was a long time member of the Reisterstown United Methodist Church, and member of their choir for over 30 years. In recent times, he was a member of the Senior Songbirds at the Reisterstown Community Center.

Roger wass predeceased by his brother David L. Krause. Survivors include his wife Shirley Marsh Krause, their son Peter Krause and his wife Eileen, all of Reisterstown, MD, their son Thomas Krause and his wife Laura of Yarmouth, ME, and three grandchildren.

A private ceremony will be held at Bibber Memorial Chapel, Summer St. Kennebunk ME. Interment will follow in his family's lot in Pine Grove Cemetery, West Kennebunk, with military honors.

Should friends desire, memorial contributions may be made to the "DAV" (Disabled American Veterans) at www.dav.org, or "Autism Speaks" at www.autismspeaks.org.

To share a memory or leave a message of condolence, please visit Roger's Book of Memories Page at www.bibberfuneral.com. Arrangements are in care of Bibber Memorial Chapel, 67 Summer Street, Kennebunk, ME.
In Memoriam Richard F. Esden 10/4/2020  
Richard F. Esden, Henderson passed away Sunday, October 4th at his home while under the care of his family and Hospice of Jefferson County. He was 76 years old.

A graveside service will be held at 11:00 am on Friday, October 10th in the Woodside Cemetery, Mixer Road, Belleville.

Richard was born in Brattleboro Vt., on January 4, 1944 the son to the late Robert R. and Miriam Trumble Esden. Following graduation from Brattleboro Union High School in 1962, Richard attended Norwich University graduating in 1966 with a bachelor's degree in science.

He married Linda Dagenais on July 11, 1964 in Troy, NH. Richard enlisted in the United States Army in 1967 where he resided his military commission as a captain and he received honorable discharge in 1969. He worked as a civil engineer for the State of New York, retiring in 2003.

Richard is survived by his wife, Linda, 2 daughters, Renee (George Verne, Jr.) Hernandez, Robin (David) Chontosh, 6 grandchildren, Kristofer, Mia, Jude Hernandez, Devin, Isabella and Noah Ray.

He enjoyed hunting, fishing, and volunteering his time for the Henderson Fire Department where he was a member for 50 years. Richard was also a Master of the Masons Lodge in Belleville, NY.

Spending time with his children and grandchildren was the most fulfilling time of his life.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made in his memory to the Henderson Fire Department and Rescue Squad, PO Box 269, Henderson, NY 13650, Henderson Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary, 8939 State Route 178, Henderson, NY 13650.

Online condolences may be made at www.carpenterstoodley.com.
In Memoriam Timothy J. McCue 9/27/2020  
Timothy J. McCue RUTLAND - Timothy J. McCue died suddenly at age 69 after a long battle with liver and kidney disease. Tim attended Christ the King School and went on to attend and graduate from Mount St. Joseph Academy. He then pursued his education at Norwich University. After graduating from Norwich, he went on to have a long military career in the active Army and the Army Reserve, obtaining the rank of Lt. Colonel. During his 20 years in the military, he also pursued a teaching career at MSJ which lasted 31 years. Tim was an avid outdoors man. He loved hunting, fishing, skiing and boating. He was a loyal fan of the Mounties and could be seen in the football stands on Saturday afternoons and the basketball stands whenever he could. He loved watching Mountie hockey and soccer - he actually was the first women's soccer coach. He got interested in drama when his niece, Jessica, became a thespian. Tim loved being a biology teacher and encouraged many of his students to pursue a career in medicine or other sciences. He was predeceased by his mother and father, Gerald and Loretta McCue; and his sister, Carol. He is survived by his brother, Gerald McCue of Rutland; his sisters, Rosemary Reilly of Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, Eileen Bride of Rutland, and his 'other sister' Mary K. Alexander of Worcester, Massachusetts; as well as his dog, Sydney, whom he dearly loved . Tim was a kind, loving, caring and gentle soul who would do anything for anyone. He was deeply loved by his siblings, his nieces and nephews, his great-nephews and -nieces, his colleagues, his many friends and his neighbors. He will be so missed by us all. Funeral services will be held Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020, at 11 a.m. at Christ the King Church. Burial will follow in Calvary Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Clifford Funeral Home in Rutland. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Mount St. Joseph Academy in his name.
In Memoriam Margaret I. Tuggle 9/6/2020  
Margaret "Maggie" Irvine Tuggle, age 60, of Weaverville, NC, passed away on Sunday, September 6, 2020 at her home. She was born on August 10, 1960 in Martinsville, VA to the late Harry Irvine Tuggle, Jr. and Katherine Currie Tuggle Neil of Black Mountain, who is still living. Early in her career, Maggie was an ACLS Certified Cardiovascular Tech. Then she received her Bachelor's degree from Vermont College and worked as a self-employed holistic and naturopathic healer. She had the most infectious laugh, a huge heart and was an incredibly fun person. In addition to her father, Maggie was also predeceased by her four special cat companions, Georgia, Sapphire, Gracie and Sammie. Along with her mother, she is survived by her sisters, Lynn Gilliland (Bill) of Montreat, NC, and Katharine Echavarri (Bernie) of Falmouth, ME; her two nephews, Mac Gilliland (Claire) of Greenville, SC and Matthew Gilliland of Roanoke, VA; her niece, Katalina Echavarri of Falmouth, ME; and her step-father, Bob Neil of Black Mountain, NC.

No services are planned at this time. The family respectfully requests that memorials be made to: Black Mountain Counseling Center, Inc. at 201 N. Ridgeway Avenue, Black Mountain, NC 28711 and/or to the charity of your choice. The family would like to give a special "thank you" to Jen of Four Seasons Hospice for being a wonderful nurse and to Kulubo Wah of Griswold Home Services for her compassionate care-giving during Maggie's final days.

Penland Family Funeral Home is honored to be caring for and assisting the Tuggle Family with arrangements.
In Memoriam Franklin A. Williams 9/29/2020  
Hanover - Franklin A. Williams, 88, husband of Elinor I. Jansson Williams, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, September 29, 2020 at Homewood at Plum Creek.

Born on Tuesday, December 22, 1931 in Manhattan, New York, he was the son of the late James A. and Bertha A. Williams. He was also preceded in death by a brother, Roger Frederick Williams.

Franklin was a 1949 graduate of Christopher Columbus High School in the Bronx, NY and later received his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Norwich University and his Master's degree in Hydraulic Engineering from South Dakota State University. He served as a Lieutenant Colonel in the US Army with one tour of duty in the Korean War and two tours of duty in the Vietnam War. He retired from the Army in 1975 after 23 years of service as a civil engineer. He was employed as a Borough of Hanover Engineer (1975-77), later worked for Whitman, Requardt & Associates Engineers and Planners in Baltimore and York (1980-96), and served as a Supervisor for West Manheim Township (1999-2012). Franklin was a member of Emmanuel United Church of Christ where he was active with the Consistory, bell and chancel choirs, Patmos Lodge #348 F & AM, was a member and Past President of the West Manheim Township Lions Club, and enjoyed collecting Lionel trains.

Surviving, in addition to his wife of 63 years, are four daughters, Christine Irwin and her husband, Jeffrey, of Highland Ranch, CO, Jean Michelle Driscoll and her husband, Matthew, of McMinnville, OR, Wendy Livelsberger and her husband, Phil, of Hanover, and Karen Williams, of Cockeysville, MD; one son, Franklin A. Williams, Jr. and his wife, Heather, of Missouri; and five grandchildren.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Emmanuel United Church of Christ,124 Broadway, Hanover, PA 17331.

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In Memoriam Julie K. Dierauf 10/26/2019  
BORN
June 17, 1922

DIED
October 26, 2019

AGE
97

LOCATION
Greenfield, New Hampshire

Julie was born on June 17, 1922 and passed away on Saturday, October 26, 2019. Julie was a resident of Greenfield, New Hampshire.
In Memoriam Douglas R. Lothrop 9/14/2020  
Fairfax - Douglas R. Lothrop of Fairfax, VT was called home by the Lord on September 14, 2020 to be with God and his beloved wife, Nancy to whom he was married for 47 years.

Doug is the son of Col. Guy C. and Virginia R. Lothrop. He graduated from Norwich University in Northfield, VT in 1961 and served in the U.S. Army in Germany from 1962-1964.

He is survived by two sons Andrew Lothrop of Milton, VT, and Richard Lothrop of Fairfax, VT, a daughter-in-law, Becky Lothrop of Milton, VT, three grandchildren, Brooke Lothrop of Fairfax, VT, Eric & Dawn Lothrop, of Milton, VT, a great-granddaughter Haley Lothrop of Milton, VT, and Doug's favorite and only sister-in-law Virginia R. Lothrop of Loveland, OH, his dear friend Lois Strong and numerous loving nieces, nephews, and friends.

Doug will be buried at Mt. Hope Cemetery in Northfield, VT next to his wife Nancy, where they will be together for eternity.

A Celebration of Life will be held at Essex Alliance Church at a later date due to Covid Restrictions.

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Rutland County Humane Society, 765 Stevens Road, Pittsford, VT 05763 in memory of Douglas & Nancy Lothrop and Daisy.




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In Memoriam Suzanne Archacki 8/30/2020  
Colchester, VT - Suzanne C. Archacki, 74, passed peacefully on August 30, 2020 at the McClure Miller Respite House surrounded by her family.

Suzanne was born on January 29, 1946, the second of three siblings, to Ronald and Gertrude (Hawthrone) Corbin in Lebanon, NH. She was a graduate of Burlington High School class of 1964. She received her LPN in nursing in 1966. She later attended Norwich University where she received her Associate in Science in Nursing to become a registered nurse in 1999. She established her career in nursing with the VNA (Visiting Nurses Association) now named The University of Vermont Health Network Home Health and Hospice. She was a very skilled and caring practitioner; her patients and co-workers trusted her and were very fond of her. Suzanne not only delivered competent care to her clients, but she was a person who delivered that care with loyalty, compassion, and genuine kindness. She dedicated 39 years to the VNA.

In her spare time Suzanne was an avid quilter. She enjoyed making quilts for her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. She also loved to travel with her sister Karen. In retirement Suzanne enjoyed volunteering at the Shelburne Museum in Shelburne, VT. She would spend quality time with her family, friends and her pet rabbit, Charlie. Suzanne had a generous and selfless nature. She was dedicated to her family and very supportive of her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Suzanne had a big heart with an infectious smile. She made the ones around her feel important and loved always.

Suzanne is survived by her three daughters Sarah Brook, Suzanne Archacki-Counter, and Allyson Archacki. Her sons-in-law Chris Brook and Kirk Counter. Grandchildren Ean Williams, Mara Williams. Jordain Williams, Zachary Brook, Jackson Counter, Eliza Brook, Carly Counter, Bridger Counter, and great-granddaughters Aaliyah Williams and Aubriella Bevins. Her sister Karen Martin and her partner Ray Paquette. Her brother David Corbin and wife Pam Corbin, along with many other family and friends who will miss her dearly.

There will be no calling hours, Suzanne wished to celebrate her life privately with her close family. If you would like to celebrate Suzanne's life please consider making a donation in her name to the Shelburne Museum at 6000 Shelburne Road P.O. Box 10 in Shelburne, VT or the McClure Miller Respite House located at 3113 Roosevelt Highway in Colchester, VT
In Memoriam Charles R. Malcolm 9/11/2020  
Charles "Chuck" Robert Malcolm, age 82, passed away on September 11, 2020 in Pendleton, OR. He was born on October 17, 1937 in Springfield, Massachusetts to Helen (Johnstone) and John Malcolm, both of whom were born in Scotland. Chuck was proud of his Scottish heritage.

After graduating from Norwich University, Vermont as a Second Lieutenant in 1959, he served at Fort Belvoir, Virginia then moved to Oregon to be a civil engineer for the U.S. Forest Service which often allowed him to work outdoors - a passion for Chuck. He continued to serve in the Army Reserves at Fort Lewis for several years. While working near Blue River, Oregon, Chuck met his future wife, Judith Harman and they married in 1962 in Eugene, OR.

After several years in Sweet Home and Klamath Falls, OR, Willard and Vancouver, WA, the Malcolms settled in Pendleton in 1974 and have been there ever since. They raised their three children in Pendleton and Chuck continued to work for the U.S. Forest Service until his retirement in 1992.

Chuck will be remembered for his quick wit. Often the favorite of nurses and at small group gatherings, his swift and unexpected jokes kept people laughing to the end. He will also be remembered for his passion for fishing and hunting, which he passed on to several of his children and grandchildren. He shared that when he was gone, he knew he would be going somewhere where there was better hunting and fishing, but he wouldn't invite any one to go with him.

Chuck passed away in his home surrounded by his family.

Chuck was preceded in death by his parents, John and Helen, and his siblings John and Helen. Chuck is survived by his loving wife of 57 years, Judy; his three children of whom he was very proud, Kristi (Mike) Lapp, Kathy (AC) Reeves and Matt Malcolm; 10 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be given to Vange John Memorial Hospice in care of Pendleton Pioneer Chapel, 131 SE Byers Ave., Pendleton, OR 97801.
In Memoriam Christopher J. Snyder 9/13/2020  
Jon Christopher Jon Snyder passed away peacefully, after a grueling battle with Glioblastoma, on September 13, 2020, at the age of 71 surrounded by his loving family.

Chris led an honorable and dignified life helping those he met with a magnetic smile and a warm heart. Chris was born on October 12th, 1948, in The Bronx. His family later moved to Yonkers where he was raised. Chris attended St. Francis Xavier High School and Cardinal Farley Military Academy, which he graduated from in 1966. He graduated from Norwich University in 1970 and earned a Masters of Science in Aeronautical Engineering from Boston University in 1974. He also earned two graduate certificates in program management from George Washington University.

Three weeks after graduating from Norwich he married the love of his life, Cathy Marcello, and in 1971 their first son, Keith, was born. Their second son, Corey was born in 1974. Chris entered the U.S. Army as an officer in 1971 and, pursuing his dream to be an aviator, he entered flight school and became a pilot. His first duty station was at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, for two years and while there he was deployed to serve in Korea from 1974 to 1975.

After six years in the Army, he chose to continue to serve his country in the U.S. Coast Guard where he accepted a direct commission in 1977. Chris stood his initial watch at CGAS Chicago located at Glenview Naval Air Station, Glenview, Illinois. From that Air Station he was deployed to Miami to take part in the Mariel Boatlift, rescuing Cuban refugees. While in Illinois his two sons, with the support, coaching, and encouragement of their father, began a spectacular life in youth ice hockey, speed skating, baseball and racing road bikes.

At his second watch in Mobile, AL, he was assigned to the Polar Operations Division as the Engineering Officer, and completed two deployments to the Arctic and two to the Antarctic. He continued encouraging his sons in various sports including running distance races with them and Cathy. Chris's third watch was at CGAS Borinquen, Puerto Rico, where he served as the Engineering Officer and his family explored the ocean as certified SCUBA divers and assisted with the development of youth soccer on base as well as supporting a local Baseball league off base.

Chris and his family then transferred to Coast Guard Headquarters and lived in Northern Virginia where his two sons graduated High School while also excelling in High School Athletics. Chris's son Keith graduated from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, one of the lesser-known service academies, and Corey graduated from Virginia Tech and its Division One baseball team with great success.

After living in Northern Virginia for five years Chris was then sent back to ATC Mobile for three years, and then on to the Aircraft Repair and Supply Center in Elizabeth City, NC, where he was the Chief of the Engineering Division. After that, Chris was sent to CGAS Cape Cod where he served for two years as the Executive Officer, and then finally to his last duty station at Coast Guard Headquarters where he was involved in the Coast Guard's Deepwater project.

After retiring from the Coast Guard, Chris and Cathy settled in Gainesville, VA, and Chris worked for Agusta Westland, Cineflex, General Dynamics, and also as a consultant to the Government of Trinidad and Tobago, where he worked closely with the Director of the ITT unit of the Ministry of National Security and managed the migration of the analog 911 public safety system to a fully digital infrastructure.

While in Trinidad he also developed a love of Soca music. Chris was and still is an inspirational uncle to all his nieces and nephews. Chris and Cathy became extremely happy grandparents to Corey and his wife Chelsea's two children. Chris became a model railroad enthusiast, model ship builder, developed one of the most amazing Koi ponds that has ever existed, and also owned and hunted with his award winning German Short Haired Pointers.

His family was devastated to see how Glioblastoma stole his essence and abruptly ended his life after a nine-month fight with the disease. Chris is survived by his wife of 50 years, his two sons, Keith, Corey and his wife Chelsea, sister Carey (Gangitano), mother Marian (DiMarco). His father, Edward Snyder, precedes him in death.

A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 8213 Linton Hall Rd., Gainesville, VA 20155 on Saturday, September 19th, at 1:00 p.m., reception immediately following. The interment will be at Arlington National Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers or expressions of sympathy, memorial contributions may be sent to: Adding Candles, PO Box 10717, Rochester, NY 14610. This is a grassroots volunteer organization specifically formed to support brain cancer research. Please sign the Guestbook at www.legacy.com/ washingtontimes
In Memoriam Lebaron T. Follett 6/15/2020  
LeBaron Tudor Follett, 92, of Mt. Sterling passed away Monday, June 15, 2020 at Windsor Care Center. He was born February 26, 1928 to the late Norris M. and Ann Fowler Follett. He was a retired farmer and a Korean War Veteran. He was a member of First Christian Church, Young Eagles Club (Montgomery County Airport), Director of Hurst Life Insurance, Kentuckians Barber Shop Chorus, American Legion Post 22, Cattlemen's Association, Farm Bureau and Montgomery County Airport Board.

He was survived by two sons, Barry Follett (Kathy) of Mt. Sterling, KY and Pete Follett (Sharon) of Mt. Sterling, KY; one daughter, Marti Nave (Leonard K, Jr.) of Richmond, KY; two grandchildren, Chris Follett (Brittney) and Eric Follett; and one great grandchild, Jackie Reese.

In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his wife, Jane Quisenberry Follett; one brother, Norris Follett; and one sister, Patricia Follett Spear.

A graveside service will be held 11 AM, Thursday, June 18, 2020 at Machpelah Cemetery with Rev. Scott Holley officiating. Pallbearers will be Chris Follett, Eric Follett, Ashley Tyree, Leonard Nave, George Pawley and Buck Prewitt. Honorary pallbearers will be Steve Reffitt, Sherry Reffitt, Dave Gatewood, Rick Gunderson, Jody Oney, Chuck Lueke, Billy Stewart, Jimmy Costigan, John Stegner, Claudette Toy and Members of First Christian Church Choir. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made Montgomery Post 22 of the American Legion, PO Box 1096, Mt. Sterling, KY 40353 and First Christian Church, 222 West Main Street, Mt. Sterling, KY. A special thank you to all the staff at Windsor Personal Care. Taul Funeral Homes are in charge of arrangements.

In Memoriam Edward G. Goble 9/11/2020  
Edward George Goble (71) of Cat Island, husband of Barbara F. Goble, passed away Friday, September 11, 2020 while at home. Ed is survived by his sons Mark (Sheila) of Michigan and Jimmer (Amy) of Charleston, daughter Elizabeth of Chicago, Brother James (Mary) of Pennsylvania, proud Poppie of Katie and Kelly. He was preceded in death by his parents James Goble and Gertrude (Keresey).

He graduated Sparta High School, Sparta, NJ in 1967, Norwich University in 1971, and received a MBA from Indiana University South Bend. Ed retired from a successful marketing business of his name based in Chicago in 2001.

He continued his lifelong love of boating early in retirement then relocated to Beaufort, SC in 2009. He enjoyed spending time with friends and family while boating, golf, woodworking, and cheering for the Cubs and the Irish, always with a Miller Lite.

The family will hold a celebration of life at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that donations be made to the Columbia Yacht Club Chester Kuttner Foundation, a sailing foundation for Chicago youth of which he assisted in establishing (www.kuttnerfoundation.org).

Anderson Funeral Home and Crematory is serving the family.
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