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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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In Memoriam Patrick A. Hoarty 1/13/2020  
HOARTY, Patrick Austin Of Brighton, January 13, 2020. Pat enlisted in the Marine Corps Reserve after high school and was a 1989 graduate of Norwich University with a Bachelor of Science in Communications. He fought in Operation Desert Storm in 1991 and left the Marines after seven years, having attained the rank of sergeant. In 1993, he was commissioned in the Army National Guard as a Signal Officer and later transferred to the Army Reserve, where he was a Military Intelligence Officer. In 2003, he fought in Operation Iraqi Freedom in the drive to Baghdad. During his time in the Army, he served in various command and staff positions which included additional deployments to Bosnia, Poland, and South Korea. One of the highlights of his service was serving as aide-de-camp to Major General Richard Colt. After 25 years of honorable service Pat retired as a major, most recently assigned at the US Central Command. When Pat was not on active military service, he was also a firefighterwith the Boston Fire Department. Loving son of Maura (Kierce) Hoarty of Marshfield and the late Patrick Hoarty. Devoted brother of Thomas and his wife Kristine of Burlington, Brendan Patrick of Watertown, Marie Worthen and her husband Bruce of Manchester, NH, Pauline Schipelliti and her husband Bernard of Winchester. Loving uncle of Daniel Hoarty and his wife Michelle, Kelly, Bridget, Patrick Hoarty; Deirdre Worthen, Kate Gagnon and her husband Dan; Matthew, Kathleen, Elizabeth, and Christina Schipelliti, and the late Ryan Worthen. Funeral from the Lehman Reen & McNamara Funeral Home, 63 Chestnut Hill Ave. (nr Brighton Courthouse), BRIGHTON on Wednesday, January 22nd at 9:30am. Followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Columbkille Church, 321 Market St., Brighton at 10:30am. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend. Visiting Hours Tuesday, January 21st from 4-7pm in the Funeral Home. Interment to follow Wildwood Cemetery, Winchester. In lieu of flowers, memorials in Patrick's name may be made in Memory of Ryan Worthen to the Cotting School, 453 Concord Ave., Lexington, MA 02421. For directions and guestbook, please visit www.lehmanreen.comLehman Reen McNamara 617 782 1000 Brighton
In Memoriam Peter S. Seiffert 1/14/2020  
Baldwinsville - Peter Shand Seiffert, 77, passed away unexpectedly, but peacefully, at his home in Baldwinsville, NY on Tuesday. Peter grew up in Webster, NY with his brothers, David and Robert. He graduated from Norwich University in Vermont where he was active in the ski patrol. He married the love of his life, Barbara, on August 25, 1973.

Peter was the general manager of Inland Supply Inc., a branch of family-owned Supply One Corporation. He was a president of the Bethlehem Jaycees and served on the Radisson Community Association board. Peter was a 35-year member and past president of the Syracuse Rotary Cluband Foundation where he had been actively serving as a Trustee. His passion was building and flying model airplanes, serving as past president of Syracuse Thunderbirds Aero Radio Society (S.T.A.R.S.) Model Airplane Club, as well as Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) Associate Vice President for District II. Peter enjoyed working on his home, walking, and boating and loved his family annual trip to Keuka Lake. In the last few years he enjoyed traveling with Barbara and spending time with his beloved grandchildren.

He is survived by his loving wife of 46 years, Barbara (Lockwood) Seiffert, his children Peter II (Jackie), Judith, Scott (Caroline), and Sara (Robert) Ward, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, two brothers, David (Suzanne), Robert (Sylvia), many nieces, nephews, cousins and in-laws.

A celebration of Peter's life will be held on Sunday January 19, 2020 at 4:00 pm at Maurer Funeral Home Moyers Corners, 3541 State Route 31, Baldwinsville, NY 13027.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Peter's name may be made to Syracuse Rotary Foundation, 800 Nottingham Rd., Syracuse, NY 13224 or any charity of your choice.


Published in Rochester Democrat And Chronicle from Jan. 15 to Jan. 16, 2020
In Memoriam Joseph A. Alari 12/22/2019  
Joseph A. Alari, 91, of Rome, passed away on December 22, 2019.
He was born in Somerville, MA, on July 27, 1928, a son of Hugo R. Alari and Eva Mazzei Alari. He graduated from Somerville High School in 1946 where he played football. He then attended Norwich University in Northfield Vermont, where he graduated in 1950 with a BS degree in Civil Engineering and was commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant in the Armored Cavalry. At Norwich, he was a Distinguish Military Student, a member of the Sigma Nu Fraternity and played on the polo team.
After graduation, he spent a year with a consulting firm in Boston before being called to active duty in 1951 for the Korean conflict, and served in Germany with the 143rd Tank Battalion, 43rd Infantry Division. Almost immediately after his discharge, he took civilian employment with the Dept. of Defense, US Air Force, and spent the next nine years working overseas at Air Force bases in North Africa, France and Germany. In 1963 he returned to the continental US to Griffiss AFB, Rome, as the Deputy Director of Physical Plant and remained at the air base until his retirement from Federal service in 1984. At that time, he became the Commissioner of Aviation at the Oneida County Airport until 1989 when he entered private practice as a consultant in local constriction management until his final retirement in 1997.
Mr. Alari was an accomplished sailor and raced his Lightening many years at the Lake Delta Yacht Club where he was a past Commodore. He was also an avid skier and a member of the Woods Valley Ski Patrol for over 30 years and was past Ski Patrol Director. During his tenure at the county airport, he learned to fly his own plane achieving a single engine instrument license. He spent his leisure time in later years playing golf at Teugega Country Club and wintering at Hilton Head Island, SC.
He is survived by his son, Quinton and granddaughter, Dakotah in Seattle; and his predeceased wife Charlotte's daughters, Katherine and Susan, and their children and grandchildren, all in Central NY. He is also predeceased by a sister and two brothers.
Funeral Services will be held on Friday at 12 p.m. at the Barry Funeral Home, 807 W. Chestnut Street. Burial will be in Rome Cemetery.
Relatives and friends may call at the funeral home from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. prior to the funeral.
Please offer online condolences at: www.BarryFuneralHome.com.
In Memoriam George O. Carney 12/19/2019  
CARNEY, George Oswald Of Dedham, Massachusetts, passed away on Thursday, December 19th, 2019 at the age of 82. After months of failing health due to complications from Alzheimer's, he died peacefully in his sleep with family by his side.

George was born in Boston on September 14th, 1937 to Florence Louise Oswald and Robert Wallace Carney. He was raised in West Newton, MA until he attended the military institution Norwich University. Upon graduation, George served in the US Army as an officer in West Germany from 1960 to 1962.

George's professional career was in sales working within the early days of computer hardware. He worked with NCR, Sperry Univac and NEC Technologies, until later in life upon retirement when he enjoyed teaching at Greenlodge Elementary School in Dedham, MA. He was a longtime member and past president of the Lions Club in Acton, MA.

George was very proud of his service, especially abroad. He often spoke of his days in Germany, the men he served with, the tanks he drove, and the steins of beer he enjoyed with friends.

George would say his life began when he met the love of his life, Mary Margaret McGillivray (Maggie) in 1967. George didn't leave her side from the moment they met. They married soon after meeting and started a family in Acton, MA to raise their children. He forever referred to Maggie as "his bride" until his dying day.

George was a big fan of Boston sports. He especially loved watching the Patriots and Red Sox, from taking his son to Fenway, fully dressed in baseball gear, to seeing games in Chicago, Oakland, and San Francisco.

George travelled in his retirement, from Maine, Texas, the Grand Canyon, Sequoia National Park, the California Redwoods, Yellowstone, and Mount Rushmore National Memorial, to Berlin, Poland, Prague, Scotland and Ireland to visit "the home country."

When he wasn't travelling, George was reading a book about an American president, listening to Frank Sinatra, watching a Gregory Peck film, or a documentary about a favorite memory, which was watching man walk on the moon in 1969.

George was a loving father, husband, grandfather, and friend to everyone. He was a kind, warm man, deeply loved and highly respected. More, he was a classy gentleman who always wore a smile and had something positive to say about everyone.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Margaret (Maggie), his sister Sally and brother Christopher.

Mr. Carney is survived by his daughter Katharine Shea of Portland, ME, son George Carney of San Francisco, brother Robert W. Carney, Jr. of Dedham, MA, and brother James Carney of Vero Beach, FL, his loving grandchildren and extended family.

A Memorial Service will be held on May 2nd in Boston. Memorial donations may be made to the Gosnell Memorial Hospice, 11 Hunnewell Road, Scarborough, ME.

To view George's guestbook or to leave the family an online condolence, please visit www.athutchins.com

Published in The Boston Globe on Dec. 24, 2019
In Memoriam James C. Fischer 1/8/2020  
John Clarence Fischer, 77, of Tulsa, OK passed away at home on January 8, 2020.

John was born on January 25, 1942 in Somerton, PA and was the only child to the most loving parents, Doris and Ben Fischer. He would tell you he was born lucky and grew up surrounded by cherished aunts, uncles and cousins and with unlimited freedom to create and explore. He was proud to be an Eagle Scout and go on to graduate with academic and military honors from Norwich University. In 1965, he married the love of his life, Natalie, then served with the 183rd Aviation Company (Seahorses) during the Vietnam War, earning a Bronze Star Medal. After his decorated military service came a truly rewarding career, taking him to interesting places, solidifying lifelong friendships and eventually finding his home in Tulsa as VP Human Resources for the Williams Companies. He felt blessed to serve on the boards for many charitable organizations, including the Tulsa Opera, Junior Achievement, The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges, Mental Health Association and Civil Service Commission. In his retirement, he dedicated himself to bringing together his brothers in the 183rd Aviation Company.

John loved to surround himself with family and friends, "the more the merrier" his mantra. His fondest memories were with everyone together in Ocean City, NJ or around the kitchen table. He loved his life of adventure with Natalie, took pride in the closeness of his children and found so much joy in his grandchildren who adored their "Dad dad." John is survived by his loving wife, Natalie Sparrow Fischer; and their three children and spouses, Deborah Fischer Frickey and husband, Derek of Colorado Springs, CO, Kristen Fischer Malloy and husband, Terry of Lawrence, KS, and Scott LeBaron Fischer of Silverthorne, CO; and four grandchildren, Hannah Catherine Malloy, Ryan Elizabeth Malloy, Connor Todd Frickey and Audra Grace Frickey.

Memorial service will be held 2:00 p.m., Friday, January 17, at Saint John's Episcopal Church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 183rd Aviation Company or the Tulsa Opera.

Ninde Funeral & Cremation (918) 742-5556
In Memoriam Patrick H. O'Brien 1/6/2020  
O'BRIEN, Patrick H. Formerly of Bluffton, SC and Sandwich, MA, died on January 6, 2020 in West Springfield, MA, surrounded by his loving family. Pat was born in Boston, MA on July 17, 1947 to the late Atty. J. Leo O'Brien and Johanna Hayes O'Brien. He was a graduate of Thayer Academy and Norwich University, class of '70. He was employed as a Tax Auditor for 32 years by the MA Department of Revenue. Pat was an avid reader and enjoyed golf and traveling. He was a loyal fan and supporter of the Red Sox, Bruins, Celtics and NE Patriots. He is survived by his wife, Doris LaRose O'Brien of West Springfield, his son, Sean of Dorchester and three daughters: Kaitlin of Fort Lauderdale, FL, Kiara of Springfield and Meghan Sullivan, her husband, Daniel and their daughter, Clare of West Springfield. In addition, Pat is survived by his brother, John of Newton and two sisters: Atty. Paula O'Brien Killion of Milton and Mary Caprio of Melrose. He was predeceased by his sister, Judith Bottiggi. He also leaves several nieces and nephews. Visiting Hours: All Services are private.
In Memoriam Henry VanCleef 12/5/2019  
Henry Howell van Cleef III, born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on October 23, 1934, died in Riverton, Wyoming on December 5, 2019. A memorial service will be held at the Davis Funeral Home, 2203 West Main Street, at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, December 12, 2019 with a reception to follow at The Reach. Raised in Branford, Connecticut, Hank went to Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Reed College, and later to Norwich University where he worked toward a PhD in the history of science.

Hank worked as an electrical engineer at Raytheon and at DEC, both in Massachusetts.

From an early age Hank loved to tinker with clocks, televisions, radios, cars, and airplanes. He loved music, especially classical and jazz, and had a vast collection of vinyl which he transferred onto high resolution discs.

Hank was fascinated with flight and piloted several airplanes of his own in the 70s and 80s.

Hank was a voracious reader and could often be found sitting at his kitchen table with a cup of coffee and a copy of Scientific American, Popular Mechanics, or National Geographic. He read as many books as he could get his hands on, related to history of every kind including American and European, the world wars, Native American history, and the West. He loved the western U.S. and, after a successful career, came to live his last years here in Wyoming, which he'd been drawn to since first visiting the Pinedale area in the '40s and '50s.

Hank leaves behind his two children, Christopher Peter Van Cleef (Amber) of Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, and Elizabeth Johanna Van Cleef (Peter Quinn) of Acton, Massachusetts, three grandchildren William Mattias Van Cleef and Lee Van Cleef of Jenkintown, PA, and Eve Quinn of Acton, MA, and two sisters, Susanna Joannidis of Lincoln, MA and Shirley Van Cleef Sullivan of Denver, Colorado.

On-line condolences may be made to the family at www.TheDavisFuneralHome.com.

Services under the direction of Davis Funeral Home.
In Memoriam Hal J. Wilkins 9/13/2019  
With his loving family at his side, Hal Joseph Wilkins of Windham, VT died on September 13, 2019 following a short battle with cancer.

He loved a strong IPA, a hike the woods with his beloved Labrador Lilly and a playful philosophical discussion. A wry smile always preceded an amusing insight or gentle grammatical correction. Nature in all her forms inspired Hal's career from his first job in the White Mountains to his final work as a zoning administrator for the villages of Sandgate, Peru, Landgrove and Pawlet, Vermont.

His willingness to help any and everyone earned him many loyal friends and kept him busy with endless projects-much to his wife's chagrin. In his last months Hal learned from family, friends, colleagues and neighbors just how much we valued him. He left this earth knowing how deeply his gifts to us and the planet were appreciated.

Born September 29, 1948, Hal was the son of the late Oliver Woodbury Lull Wilkins and Lou Ramsey Wilkins of Northborough, MA. He attended Bates College in Lewiston, ME, earning his BA in Religious Studies and Philosophy. Later he earned an MBA from Norwich University and continued his studies in Forestry at the University of New Hampshire.

During the course of his life, Hal worked for dozens of businesses and organizations both nationally and internationally. In addition, he ran his own business for 30 years. His work was in his areas of interest that included but were not limited to forestry, logging, construction, engineering, land planning, permitting, education and law enforcement.

Hal served as a selectman in Windham, VT and on several environmental boards. His expertise and counsel were often sought by local and international concerns and altogether these experiences enriched his love for life, education and the earth.

Survivors include his wife of 36 years, Virginia "Missy" Maloney Wilkins of Windham, VT, their children Caitlin Jane Rawson Wilkins of Johnson, VT, and William North Wilkins and his partner, Sarah Rondot, of Warrensburg, MO as well as their infant son, Sidney J. Phillip Rondot, a special joy to his grandfather in his last days. Hal is also survived by his daughters by his first wife, Virginia G. Cave of Phoenix, AZ, Emily Apple Wilkins of Seattle, WA, and Ramsey Beaumont Williams and her husband Joey Williams of Flagstaff, AZ, and stepsons, Ian MacLean, John Dickson and Robert Dickson as well as his devoted sister, Lee Ann Wilkins, of Rutland, MA.

The Wilkins family offers heartfelt thanks to the good people of Windham, Hospice, friends, co-workers and family who have been true sources of strength, humor and love at this time.

In lieu of flowers donations can be given in Hal's name to: "Town of Windham, VT" (to be designated for the operation of the Windham Meeting House, 5976 Windham Hill Road, Windham, VT 05359); SWA Faith and Nature Camp (Dorset Church, PO 263, Dorset, VT 05251); Vermont Natural Resource Council (9 Bailey Ave, Montpelier, VT 05602); or Keep the Whites Wild (https://www.protectmountwashington.org).

A gathering to commemorate Hal's life will take place at the Windham Meeting House on October 19th at 11 AM. For more information visit caringbridge.org/visit/halwilkins/
Published in Brattleboro Reformer on Sept. 25, 2019
In Memoriam Richard Aquadro 1/2/2020  
Richard Conz Aquadro, born to Virginia Conz and Mario Aquadro on July 17, 1926 in Northampton, MA, passed away peacefully on December 30th, 2019 surrounded by his loving family sharing great stories in a time of sadness. Richard, better known as "Dick", grew up in Northampton, MA and graduated from Northampton High School in 1944. He entered the NAVY in December 1944, serving in World War II until 1945. Richard went to Williston Academy after the NAVY for a post graduate year then enrolled in Norwich University. He finished his education at MIT graduating in 1952 with a degree in Civil Engineering. Richard then married the love of his life, Marie Lawler and started not only his professional career with Perini Inc., but also his family with his first three daughters being born in Boston. He returned to Northampton in 1954 joining his father and brother in the family construction business, Aquadro & Cerruti, Inc, and rounded out his family with a son and daughter. Today as you drive through Northampton and the surrounding communities you will see some of their work from Cooley Dickinson Hospital, Smith College, Amherst College, Hampshire College, various elementary and high schools, municipality buildings, and projects on the UMASS-Amherst campus. Richard was well-respected throughout the industry and considered fair and honorable by everyone from the tradespeople, to the vendors, to the subcontractors to the engineers, to the architects and to various owners of the many buildings he helped to construct. Richard's strong bond for his community was strengthened during his tenure serving on the Board of the Northampton Co-Operative Bank, currently known as Greenfield/Northampton Co-Operative Bank. He joined the Board in 1972 becoming the Chairman in 1976 and retired from the Board in 2007.

Richard enjoyed skiing with family and friends regularly at Berkshire Snow Basin, and those around him fondly remember him for his beloved ski vacations across the globe. When his family was young, they spent many summers on the shores of Cape Cod with friends. He loved to travel with Marie and bring anyone along that wanted to go. During his later years, he cherished his time in New Smyrna Beach, Florida, where he developed new friendships and opened his house to many visitors. He was an avid reader, especially enjoying historical biographies of political figures. His love of learning never stopped, and he kept up on with the latest technology and was always aware of current affairs, especially pertaining to financial markets. Not to mention, he evolved with the social media era, and his accidental Instagram posts will be greatly missed.

He had intimate bonds with each of his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren that each will take with them ahead into life. He was genuinely proud of each one of them and kept up with their lives and education, supporting them always.

He is survived by his wife of 68 blissful years, Marie Lawler Aquadro, and his five children Elizabeth Kouri and husband Kevin of Naples, FLA, Alison Gleason and husband Daniel of Leeds, MA, Kimberly Sapienza and husband Thomas of Chelmsford, MA, Richard D. Aquadro and wife Sabra of Northampton, MA, Jennifer Egan and husband James of Walpole, MA. He has thirteen grandchildren: Kevin, Daniel, Kristen, Bryan, Aileen, Christine, Timothy, Courtney, Andrew, Anthony, Ania, Natalie and John. Seven great-grandchildren: Sapphire, Theodore, Declan, Parker, Genevieve, Elizabeth and Marie. He is also survived by his brother Robert Aquadro of Florence, MA. The two brothers worked side by side creating one of the top General Contracting companies in Western MA. He was predeceased by his brother, Francis Aquadro and sister, Gladys Aquadro Stiles.

A funeral will be held at Our Lady of the Hills Parish, 173 Main Street, Haydenville, MA on Monday, January 6 at 10:00 am followed by a burial at Assumption Cemetery, Route 9/Haydenville Road, Leeds. Calling hours will be held from 1:00 - 5:00, Sunday, January 5, at CZELUSNIAK FUNERAL HOME, 173 North Street, Northampton, MA.



In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Our Lady of the Hills Parish, PO Box 277, Haydenville, MA 01039-9703, Our Lady of the Elms College, 291 Springfield Street, Chicopee, MA 01013 or to Northampton High School Virginia Aquadro Scholarship Fund(checks made out to the City of Northampton), c/o Northampton High School, 380 Elm Street, Northampton, MA 01060.
In Memoriam John W. Luce 1/2/2020  


LUCE, John Wharton 91 years old, died peacefully January 2, 2020, at his home in Aston Gardens. He was born June 1, 1928 in Fountain Hill, PA, to Alexander Walker Luce and the former Gladness Irene Wharton. He married the former Nancy Harriet Armstrong January 26, 1963 in Annapolis, MD. She died after nearly 50 years of marriage. He graduated from Vermont Academy in 1946, and earned a BSEE degree from Norwich University in 1950. He was a designer of the world's first controlled nuclear power reactor and subsequent nuclear submarines, frigate, aircraft carrier and electric generating station. He also designed Naval sonar, plastics machinery, and neutron generators. He taught at Hillsborough Community College and the University of South Florida and held nine U.S. patents. He was a life member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, the American Watchmakers Institute, the Mason Lodge, the Scottish Rite, the Grange (Patrons of Husbandry), the National Rifle Association, and Tau Beta Pi, the National Engineering Honor Society. He was a licensed Professional Engineer, watchmaker, and Commercial and Amateur radio operator. He was a champion rifle shot, and avid water skier, and cruising sailor. He and Nancy built the yacht "Lucinda," a 33 foot ocean going sailboat and cruised for two years. He was active in the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors, and the United States Power Squadrons. He was a Captain in the Army signal Corps Reserve. He was a 32nd degree Mason and Past Master of Palma Ceia Lodge No. 290 F&AM, Tampa, Fl. He is survived by a brother, David W. or Pacific Palisades, CA; a sister, Mary L. Wellington of Tucson, AZ; and a stepdaughter, Barbara E. Gavaghan of Salisbury, MD. He was predeceased by a brother, Philip B. and a sister, Judith L. Reynolds. He moved to Tampa in 1976 from Maryland. Interment will be in Cedar Bluff Cemetery, Annapolis, MD.
In Memoriam Richard E. Campbell 12/20/2019  
Richard Campbell (Dick), age 84, of Young Harris, GA, passed away peacefully on Friday, December 20, 2019 at his home surrounded by his loving family following an extended illness. Dick Campbell was born on February 18, 1935 in Waterbury, VT. He was the son of the late Homer Campbell and the late Marion Beecher Campbell. He married Jeannette Marie Campbell in 1991, in Port St. Lucie, FL. He graduated from Waterbury High School and then attended Norwich University in Vermont. Dick served in the National Guard while in high school as well as the U.S. Army from 1957-1978. While in Vietnam, he flew helicopters and fixed wing aircraft, later retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel. After retirement he worked in real estate, owned a limousine service, and worked a travel agency. He was also a proud member of the Lion's Club and enjoyed working at the community center in Port St. Lucie, FL. Me. Campbell also attended Sharp Memorial United Church in Young Harris, GA. He is preceded in death by both his parents and his brother, Robert Harold Campbell.

Surviving Dick is his loving wife and best friend of 28 years, Jeannie Campbell, of Young Harris, GA. Also his three sons, Richard (Chris) Campbell of Burke, VA, Thomas Barton Campbell of Vermont, Michael Denny Campbell of Whitefield, NH, and step daughter Christine Thompson of Fenwick Island, DE. Also seven grandchildren, Bryan, Jessica, Jason, Breanna, Tucker, Jenny, and Katie, as well as four great grandchildren, Paige, Mia, Avery, and Ava.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday January 11, 2020 at 11:00am from the Sharp Memorial Methodist Church in Young Harris with Pastor Stephen Soulen & Rev. David Tinsley officiating. The family will meet with friends on Monday, January 6, 2020 from 6:00pm-8:00pm from the Mountain View Funeral Home. Final interment will also be held at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, VA which will be announced at a later date.

Mountain View Funeral Home of Blairsville is in charge of the arrangements. You may sign the family guest book and send condolence on line at www.mountainviewfuneralhome.com
In Memoriam Evelyn Hurlbut 10/25/2019  
No obit online.
In Memoriam James E. Leonard 12/17/2019  
James Edward Leonard, Jim was born July 29, 1930 in Waltham, MA to the late Marion (Kelly) and Edward Leonard, passed from this life on Tuesday Dec. 17th at the age of 89 years young. Jim graduated from Wilbraham Monson Academy in June of 1949. He was a graduate of Norwich University in Northfield, VT in June 0f 1953 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering. He was 1 of 2 students in his class awarded the Distinguished Military Student Award in 1953. Jim completed Officer Training at Ft. Belvoir, VA and upon completion of school he entered the US Army, joining the 417th Engineer Aviation Brigade-serving in Okinawa Japan and was later stationed at Tinian Island Military Base where much of the Korean War was staged from. Jim completed his military service in 1955 as an Army Captain. Before Jim left his military duty in 1953, he married his high school sweetheart, Lillian Ann Govoni on Sept. 12, 1953. Jim and Lillian made their home in West Springfield for the 58 years they were married, until Lillian passed away in 2011. Jim had an illustrious 35 year career with the Army Corps of Engineers, overseeing some of the largest corps projects in the Northeast. Jim was an avid sportsman his entire life, both participating and observing. His love of tying flies, fly fishing, participating in Trout Unlimited and protecting the Atlantic Salmon were just some of his pastimes. He was a true legend on the golf course but even better known on the Miramischi River, New Brunswick Canada, where he was just able to close out the 2019 fishing season on Oct. 15, 2019. When he wasn't fishing or golfing, he was enjoying the Bruins, Sox or Patriots, but hockey was always his favorite. Jim spent many hours watching both his grandson Brian and granddaughter Kayla play hockey. He loved watching them play the game that he loved and played as a young man. Jim loved a good debate, whether it was about politics or protecting the Atlantic Salmon or protecting the land we inhabit. He was a passionate man, full of life and full of love. Besides his love of fishing and golf, Jim's greatest love was for his family. And his family will be forever united because of the father, grandfather, great grandfather, brother, uncle and friend Jim was to so many. He leaves his daughters; Kathleen (Leonard) Collins and her husband Brian of Spfld., and Carla Hoffman and her husband Scott of Southwick, his grandchildren; Brian and Kayla Collins, Shannon and Kelsey Haraty, Jacqueline Hoffman Martucci, Jessica Hoffman Moran and Taylor Hoffman, his great grandchildren McKenna Collins and Archer Moran. He also leaves his brother Paul Leonard and several nieces and nephews. Jim was also predeceased by his brother John Leonard, his sister-in-law Mary Ann Leonard and his sister-in-law Jay Leonard. A Liturgy of Christian Burial will be held SAT 10 AM in St. Thomas Church, 47 Pine St., W. Spfld. Burial will follow in St. Thomas Cemetery. Calling Hours will be held FRIDAY from 4 to 7 PM at the TOOMEY-O'BRIEN FUNERAL HIOME, 1043 WESTFIELD ST., W.SPFLD. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Atlantic Salmon Federation, P.O. Box 807, Calais, ME 04619-0807 ATTN: Caroline Leavett or to the Holyoke Soldiers' Home, 110 Cherry St., Holyoke, MA 01040
Published in The Republican on Dec. 19, 2019
In Memoriam Barnard Polansky 5/18/2019  
No obituary published.
In Memoriam Allan C. Crocker 12/16/2019  
Saratoga Springs, NY - Allan C. Crocker, 85, passed away peacefully on Monday, December 16th, 2019 in Saratoga Springs, New York surrounded by his loving family. He was born in Adams, Massachusetts on August 1st, 1934, the son of the late Allen and Ellen Crocker. He graduated from Drury High School in North Adams, Massachusetts. Allan and Phyllis Marra were college sweethearts who eloped on September 14th, 1955. He graduated from Norwich University in Northfield, Vermont in 1956. He served as a First Lieutenant in the U.S. Army. Allan was employed at Skidmore College as the Associate Director of Development, a job he truly loved. Allan was proud of his contributions to the Skidmore community which were recognized in June of 2006 with the Honorary Alumnus Award. In achieving this award, Allan was recognized as having a genuine personal interest in the lives of Skidmore parents and the connections he made with them. Allan loved his adopted hometown of Saratoga Springs. He and Phyllis were active and well-known members of the community who lived in the same house on Fifth Avenue for 55 years. Allan and Phyllis also enjoyed their time in Naples, Florida and made many good friends in that community while enjoying golf, tennis, and the beach. Allan was deeply thankful for the devotion and loving care of his wife during the past several years of health challenges. Allan is survived by his wife of 64 years, Phyllis, and their children, Jessica (Paul Hayes), Christopher (Alison), Francine, and Allan (Juliette Nam); grandchildren Ryan and Michael Hayes, Christopher and Ani Crocker, and Henry and Ted Crocker; and sister and brother-in-law Barbara and Don Sherman and their children. Relatives and friends are invited to call from 9:15-10am on the morning of Thursday, December 19, 2019 at the historic Church of St. Peter (241 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY). Immediately following, a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10am at the church by Reverend Thomas H. Chevalier, pastor. Burial with military honors will take place later that day, at 2pm, at the Gerald BH Solomon Saratoga National Cemetery, 200 Duell Road, Schuylerville, NY.Online remembrances may be made atwww.burkefuneralhome.com http://www.lastingmemories.com/allan-c-crocker
Published in The Saratogian on Dec. 18, 2019
In Memoriam John M. Hayes 12/1/2019  
"Jack" was born in Haverhill, Massachusetts and graduated from Haverhill High School in 1952. He went on to graduated from Norwich University (military college) in 1956 and joined the United States Army where he served with honor and completed two tours in Vietnam. He earned two purple hearts, the Bronze Star for heroism, a Meritorious Service Medal, National Defense Medal, Army Commendation Medal, and many other awards. Jack dedicated his life to his country while serving all over the world taking his family with him. Duty stations included Massachusetts, Germany, Georgia, Thailand, Kansas, South Korea and finally to Virginia where he retired after 21 years as a highly decorated officer.

Jack went on to work as the banquet manager at "The Chamberlin Hotel" in Hampton for a time. He also worked for the Virginian Pilot as a distribution manager for many years. Jack enjoyed running, competing in marathons. He also loved to write and compose poetry. He wrote a regular column in the Virginian Pilot titled "We The People".

Jack is survived by his wife Gail Marie Hayes the love of his life. They spent 64 years together and had 4 children, John (Jack) M. Hayes Jr, Kimberly Ann Hayes, William (Bill) C. Hayes wife Pricilla, and Julie E. Hayes Anderson; 6 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. Jack was a dedicated husband and father. Jack is also survived by his sister Patricia Hayes Boulanger of Boxford, MA, sister-in-law Bernice Hayes of Vernon, CT, and brother-in-law Thomas Lynch. 5 nieces and 1 nephew, 6 great nieces and nephews.

Jack was predeceased by his parents William "Milton" Hayes and Harriot Fitzgerald Hayes, his brother William (Bill) Hayes, his sister Marilyn Hayes Lynch and his brother-in-law Charles (Chuck) Boulanger.

In lieu of a memorial, Jack would be honored if you donated to the Red Cross in his name. He was a platelet donor with over 100 donations. He loved this country and his family. He will be dearly missed.
In Memoriam Peter A. Munsell 12/10/2019  
Fairfax - Peter A Munsell, 64, of Fairfax passed surrounded by friends and family after a courageous fight with cardiac complications December 10th 2019 at the McClure Miller Respite House.

He was born in Geneva, New York the second son of Richard Edwin Munsell and Marion Mildred Munsell (Kolinich).

Peter graduated from Essex High School in 1974, following his graduation he attended Norwich University and became an EMT, as well as police officer for the town of Northfield. Upon Graduation he was commissioned by his father into the US Army and served his country for 20yrs. Peter met his wife Pamela Lalancette while attending Norwich University. They married November 8th, 1980 and from January 1981 through January 2001 toured the United States and Europe. During their service they met many friends who have become family before returning to Vermont for their final PCS move.

Upon his retirement from the US Army, Peter was a volunteer Firefighter and EMT. Peter went to New England EMS Institute in New Hampshire to become a Nationally Registered Paramedic. In true Pete fashion he then continued his education to be a Critical Care Paramedic where he took great interest in cardiology. Peter began working at Barre Town EMS as a paramedic in 2007 until his retirement in August of 2019. He has truly dedicated his life and his time to helping, protecting, and saving others.

Peter is survived by his wife of 39 years, Pamela Munsell; their daughter Monique (Munsell), son in law husband Joe Schraml II of Colchester - four grandchildren who he would tell physicians he would do anything for; Chloe Schraml, Kaeden Schraml, Bentley Schraml, and Jaxon Schraml. He is also survived by his brother Greg and Wendy Munsell of Hinesburg, as well as his aunt Sandra Wilson-Dicasimirro and John of Bronx New York. Additionally he is survived by Pam's siblings, Michael and Patricia Lalancette, Denise Johnston, Rick Lalancette, Barbra Lalancette, Dennis and Cheryl Lalancette, Bob and Terri Lalancette, and Linda and Jeff Corey in addition several nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, and uncles. He is also survived by those who are friends that became family: Donald & Michelle Morgan, Robert & Susan Lesson, and Jeff & Helen Luchow. Not to be forgotten are Sean and Andrew Lesson, niece Regan Lesson, as well as close family friends David Danforth and Katerina Shaw.

He is predeceased by his parents Richard & Marion Munsell and mother in law Solange Lalancette.

Peter's family would like to express their sincere gratitude to David and Lyn for their friendship, comradery, and support especially during the last year. Additionally to Katerina Shaw whom Peter thought so highly of, you held a special place in his heart.

Peter's wife and daughter would also like to thank Katherine and Maureen for their compassion and concern about Peter, and for checking in with family when Peter was admitted out of state. These two individuals went above and beyond their duties showing genuine compassion in which deserves acknowledgement.

A special thanks to Andrea for her care and compassion while taking care of Pete, as well as Esther. Montana West, your visits with Pete were often a highlight of his admission and we thank you for always making the time to give more than your duties required of you.

Our family would also like to thank Michelle Pfau for all of her efforts, care, and compassion. Dr. Jennifer Gilwee, Dr. Bob Lobel, Dr. Peter VanBuren, Greg Ehle PA, and though he is no longer with UVMMC - Dr. Johannes Steiner for the dedication to managing Peter's care. To the many nurses and LNAs who took care of Peter in the last year, especially from May until now, we greatly appreciate you all - your care and compassion did not go unnoticed by us.

Visiting hours for Peter will be on Monday, December 16, at the Ready Funeral Home, Mountain View Chapel, 68 Pinecrest Dr. in Essex from 4:00- 7:00pm. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Tuesday, December 17, at 11:00am at St. Lawrence Catholic Church in Essex Junction with a luncheon to follow at VFW in Essex Junction.

Due to the winter months having moved in, burial cannot take place at this time. A burial will be held in the spring on May 22, 2020 at 11:00am in the Vermont Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Randolph, Vermont.

In lieu of flowers, Peter has asked that donations be made to The Howard Center - particularly the ARCH and Autism Spectrum Programs, or to any to research studies focusing on right sided heart failure. To send online condolences to his family please visit www.readyfuneral.com.
Published in The Burlington Free Press from Dec. 12 to Dec. 14, 2019
In Memoriam William H. Snide 12/11/2019  
William H. "Bill" Snide, age 70 of Ballston Lake passed away peacefully on Wednesday, December 11, 2019. Born on October 9, 1949, in Tupper Lake, he was the son of the late Harvey and Rose Snide. He was predeceased by his son Steven Snide.

Bill spent his career with the Army Medical Service Corps, retiring as a Lt. Col, and went on to work as a human resources manager. He was a member of the Starpoint Church in Clifton Park and volunteered for many non-profit organizations. As a native of the Adirondacks, he loved to spend time in the outdoors.

He is survived by his wife Grace Snide, son Michael (Ashley) Snide, brothers Robert and David Snide, and his granddaughters Danielle, Dakota, and Kailynn.

Calling hours will be held on Monday, December 16th from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., with a service at 12 p.m. at the Catricala Funeral Home Inc., 1597 Route 9, Clifton Park. Burial will be in Saratoga National Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Wounded Warrior Foundation.

In Memoriam George C. Brock 12/5/2019  
George "Colin" Brock, 82, of Newport, Vermont passed away in Newport on December 5, 2019. He was born on March 28, 1937 in Barre, VT to George L. Brock and Glenna (Martin) Brock. After graduating from High School he attended Norwich University and received a bachelor degree in Civil Engineering. On April 10, 1963 he married Lois Thompson who survives him. He served in the Army Reserves for over 19 years. Colin worked at several different construction jobs in Vermont for Goodrich Construction, Pizzagalli and he retired from Winterset Construction.

Colin enjoyed gardening, golfing, watching the birds at his feeder and the many black labs that he had over the years. He especially loved and enjoyed playing music over the years including jamming with family members and playing in the Moonlighters Band for several years. He was a long time member of the local Masonic Lodge # 65 F & AM, Commandry, and also the Shriners. He and Lois were former members of the Derby United Church for several years and they enjoyed going to Maine and Las Vegas on vacations.

He is survived by his wife Lois Brock of Newport, VT, by his daughters: Kimberlee Lamotte and her husband Mark, and Janet Blais and her husband Mike, by his grandchildren: Jeffrey Colin Blais, and Erin Alexandra Lamotte, by his brothers and sisters-in-law: Ken and Nancy Thompson, Susan Blair, Jane Thompson, Betty Thompson, Carlton and Sandra Thompson, Mary Choquette, Wanda and Andy Gosselin, Laurence Thompson and by many nieces and nephews and great- nieces and nephews.

He was predeceased by his brother George M. Brock; and sister and brothers-in-laws: Jean Thompson, Yvette Thompson, Herbert Blair and Phillip Choquette.

Funeral services will be held at Noon on Tuesday December 10, 2019 at the Curtis-Britch & Bouffard Funeral Home, 4670 Darling Hill Road, Newport with Janet Wiseman officiating, followed by a Masonic service. Friends may call from 11:00 A.M. on Tuesday, December 10, 2019 at the funeral home until the hour of the funeral. Spring interment will be in Hope Cemetery, Barre. In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be made to the Masonic Lodge #65 F & AM, in care of Charles Newton, 150 Hitchcock Drive, Newport, Vermont 05855. On-line condolences at curtis-britch.com. Arrangements are entrusted to the care of Curtis-Britch & Bouffard Funeral Home, locally family owned and operated.
In Memoriam John Pappalardo 12/9/2019  
John Pappalardo, 76, of Avon, beloved husband of Toni (Markette) Pappalardo, died Monday, December 9, 2019 at his home. He was born January 30, 1943 in Hartford, son of the late Sebastian and Maria (Latina) Pappalardo and had lived in West Hartford prior to moving to Avon many over twenty years ago. John was a veteran of the Vietnam War having served in the U.S. Army as a Platoon Leader. He was honorably discharged with a Silver Star for valor and the Purple Heart after being seriously wounded in three different assaults during a six hour period. He attended Norwich University in Vermont having received his Bachelors Degree in Business and after recovering from his war injuries, went on to obtain his Masters Degree in Accounting from the University of Hartford. Mr. Pappalardo retired in 2004 with the title of Director from the Travelers Insurance Group and Citigroup after his 31 year career which spanned from corporate finance to human resources and payroll. He was a member of the Gildo Consolini VFW Post #3272 in Avon. John served as Treasurer of the St. Francis Woman's Auxiliary, becoming the first male officer of the auxiliary. John enjoyed spending time with Toni at their home on Cape Cod and traveling with his sons. In addition to his loving wife of 50 years, he is survived by his two sons, John Pappalardo and his wife Jennifer of Chatham, MA and Mark Pappalardo and his wife Courtney of West Hartford; his sister, Tina Merz of West Hartford his grandchildren, Lila and Maria Pappalardo and Ashley and Ella Shaffer. John's family will receive friends at the Vincent Funeral Home, 120 Albany Turnpike in Canton on Friday, December 13th from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM. Funeral Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11AM on Saturday, December 14th, at St. Peter Claver Church, 47 Pleasant Street in West Hartford. Memorial donations may be made to VFW Post 3272, PO BOX 297, Avon, CT 06001. Please visit John's "Book of Memories" at www.vincentfuneralhome.com for online tributes.
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