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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 Armine F. Heinz 1/11/2022  
Lt. Col. Armine F. Heinz, Jr., US Army, Retired, passed away in NY on January 11, 2022 after a long struggle with health issues. He served 11 years active duty in the US Army and was stationed in Korea, Germany, Maryland and Kentucky, then served 18 years in the Army Reserves in New York. His service started with the Vermont National Guard, which he joined while attending Norwich University in Vermont.

While at Norwich University, he was part of the Norwich Mountain Rescue and Survival Team. After graduation in 1964, he was an engineer with Petricca Construction for a time and helped build highways in Massachusetts. While serving active duty with the US Army in Heidelberg, Germany, he learned to speak German and met his beautiful bride of 55 years, Renate. They married in Heidelberg, Germany in October 1966 at a monastery by the same monk who married Renate's parents and twin sister. They moved between Germany and the US a few times with the Army. Their daughter, Ingrid, was born in Heidelberg, and their son, Stefan, was born in North Adams, Massachusetts while Armine was deployed to Korea. The family moved to Kentucky with the Army in 1974, and Armine was honorably discharged from active duty in 1975. He then joined the Army Reserves to continue his service to his country. He worked at Con Edison in New York from 1975-1998, retiring in March 1998 after many years at the Con Ed Learning Center, teaching automotive repair, CPR and safety classes and made many friends at Con Ed. Armine also ran his own side-business for many years, teaching automotive mechanics and defensive driving at night and on weekends, so that he could achieve his goal of retiring early.

Armine loved to travel with his family and friends, including camping in the US, taking cruises, and traveling to Europe and many Caribbean islands. He was always ready for a trip! He was an avid skier and taught his children and nieces to ski, and encouraged his children to teach their children (his grandchildren) to ski to continue the family sport. Armine was an active member of the Bavarian Club Edelweiss of Westchester and enjoyed regular gatherings with his friends there. He was also a member of the American Legion post in Ossining, NY. He always had a positive attitude, no matter the circumstances. He considered events to be "challenges and opportunities", and when you asked him how he is doing, he replied "so good it's incredible!"

Armine was born in Adams, Massachusetts on December 19, 1941, to Armine F. Heinz and Helen (nee Paciorek). He was fortunate to recently celebrate his 80th birthday and 55th wedding anniversary. He is survived by his loving wife, Renate (nee Megerle), daughter Ingrid Heinz Adams (Bryan), son Stefan (Michelle), four grandchildren (Spencer Adams, Tyler Heinz, Parker Adams, Marissa Heinz), his sister Diane Freitag of Cheshire, MA, nieces Sheri Lancaster and Sue Burke, and cousins. He will be deeply missed by his family and friends!

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Ossining Volunteer Ambulance Corps (OssiningVAC.org).
In Memoriam Michael J. Ableman 12/26/2021  
Michael Jeremy Ableman, "Mike" passed away on December 26, 2021 at the age of 42, in Douglas, Wyoming. Mike was born January 13, 1979 in Pueblo, Colorado. He graduated from East High School and later served in the United States Navy.

After that, Michael began his dedicated career in Law Enforcement. He served the Casper Police Department from 2005-2014, and the Douglas Police Department from 2014-2021. While working as a police officer, Mike completed his Undergraduate Degree in Criminal Justice and his Master of Business Administration from Norwich University. Michael was halfway through completing a second Master's degree in Counseling from Liberty University.

Mike has always been a family man, but the epitome of his happiness came to fruition when his daughter, Claira Alta Ableman, was born. Michael was an amazing, doting father. Claira and Michael were always up to some kind of shenanigans whether they were traveling to Colorado, riding Claira's go-kart, or having Claira pick out big ticket items for the house like a flat screen TV or a snowman Christmas tree. Michael will always be remembered for his ability to add humor to any situation and quick action when someone asked him for help. His contagious laughter and creative nicknames will be held close to his family's heart's forever.

Mike is survived by his daughter, Claira Alta Ableman; his mother, Debra Ruth Ableman-DeNiro; his siblings, Chandra Elyse Reinhart (Brad) and Thomas Benton Ableman (Kari); nephews and nieces, Jack, Paxton, Henry, Leighton and Emma. Mike is also survived by his cousins, Rob Mayber (Sandy), their children, Robby (Jessie), their children, Zeb, Robby, and Marlee; and Cassy (Ty)and their son, Lane; cousin, Chan Mayber (Paula) their children, Weston and Jake; cousin, Jessica Cook (Ryan) and their children, Tynlee and James.

A Memorial service will be held 12:00 PM, Monday, January 3, 2022 at Highland Park Community Church, 5725 Highland Drive, Casper, Wyoming.
In Memoriam Robert G. Buttinger 12/25/2021  
Robert G. Buttinger, 98, of Masonicare Village, Chester, CT passed away December 31, 2021. A WWII veteran, he was a loving husband, father and grandfather. Born August 21, 1923, in Boston, MA he grew up in Sharon, MA son of Walter and Helen Graves Buttinger.

Bob is pre-deceased by Virginia Stevens Buttinger, his former wife of 56 years who died in 2002, and his late wife, Mary Gallagher Buttinger who recently died in 2021.He is survived by his son, Kenneth and his wife Jane King Buttinger of Old Lyme, CT and his daughter Nancy Buttinger Cohen of East Berlin, CT. Other survivors are his granddaughter Karie Buttinger Zipper and husband Daniel of Aldie, VA and their daughters Madelyn and Katelyn; his grandson Kyle Buttinger and wife Jasmine of Grass Valley, CA and their daughters April, Norah and son Benjamin; and his grandson Ross Cohen, of Lawrence, MA. He is also survived by his younger brother, Richard Buttinger and his wife Sally of Norwood, MA.
After graduating from Sharon High School, he attended Norwich University - The Military College of Vermont to study civil engineering. At the beginning of WWII, he was inducted into the US Army in his freshman year serving in the European Theatre invasion of Nazi Germany. Assigned to the 10th Armored Division, 3rd Army under General Patton his division was directed to the Ardennes for action in the infamous Battle of the Bulge. He was awarded a Bronze Star Medal and Purple Heart. Returning home he married his pre-war sweetheart, Virginia and continued at Norwich University to complete a BS Civil Engineering.

He began his career with Merritt-Chapman & Scott, NYC as a bridge construction engineer. He then joined General Dynamics, Electric Boat Division retiring after 37 years as Manager, Facilities Engineering.
Bob was a long-time resident of Waterford, CT. and served in the PTA, local Boy Scouts. In retirement he volunteered in organizing the annual Waterford Week, the New London Food Bank and the Waterford Lions Club. He was an avid fan of the Mohegan Suns Women's basketball team, the former Boston Braves subsequently Milwaukee and Atlanta Braves, the Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics. He enjoyed golf, playing bridge, gardening and tackling various home projects.

Funeral arrangements will be privately held. He will be interred at the Norwich University Cemetery in Northfield, Vermont at a future date. Memorial contributions may be made in his name to Homes For Our Troops, 6 Main Street, Taunton, MA 02780 www.myhfotusa.org To share a memory of Bob or send a condolence to his family please visit www.rwwfh.com Arrangements are in the care of the Robinson, Wright & Weymer Funeral Home in Centerbrook.

In Memoriam Patricia Ready-Grout 7/17/2021  
Chandler, AZ- Patricia Ann Ready-Grout, 86, passed away peacefully on July 17, 2021 at the Dobson Home.

Born in Saratoga Springs, NY on January 13, 1935, she was the daughter of the late, Charles A. and Mabel H. (Hills) Ready.

Pat attended Saratoga High School graduating in the class of 1953 and then from Albany Business College. She also served in the Naval Reserves and was employed by BOCES until her retirement to Mesa, Arizona. Pat loved traveling, camping and especially her little dog, Patches.

In addition to her parent's, she is predeceased by her husband, Don Grout, formerly of Colchester, VT.

A funeral home service will be held at 11 am on Monday, August 2, 2021 at the William J. Burke & Sons/ Bussing & Cunniff Funeral Home, 628 N. Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866. Burial will follow in the family plot in Greenridge Cemetery, Saratoga Springs, NY.

Memorial donations in Pat's name may be made to St. Jude's Children's Hospital: https://www.stjude.org/donate
In Memoriam Betty-Ann Finn 10/16/2017  
Mrs. Betty Ann Finn, age 89, passed away Monday morning, October 16, 2017 in the Northwestern Medical Center. She was born in Newport, November 28, 1927, daughter of the late Sedgrick and Maura (Sullivan) Kelley. November 12, 1997, she married John Finn. John predeceased her July 14, 2007.

Betty was a Line Manager for New England Telephone Company for 37 years, and was then appointed a Side Judge for the Franklin County Court, retiring in 1999. She was a member of the Telephone Pioneers, the Grandma's and Grandpa's, the Board of Civil Authority, BFA Alumni Association, the Democratic Committee of St. Albans and Franklin County. Betty also served as a Justice of the Peace, a member of Holy Angels Choir, and a member of the National Judges Association. She was a communicant of Holy Angels Church.

Betty is survived by her special brother and loving caregiver Michael Kelley, her sister Sandra Deslauriers both of St. Albans, her step-son Michael J. Finn of Rutland, and her sister-in-law Judy Kelley of Plattsburgh, her dear friends JoAnn and Bill Nihan, and several nieces and nephews. Besides her parents and husband John, she was predeceased by her two brothers, Winston "Bud" Kelly and Larry Kelley.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Tuesday, October 24, 2017, at 11:00 AM, in Holy Angels Church. Interment will follow in the Finn family lot in Holy Cross Cemetery. Her family will receive condolences at the Brady & Levesque Funeral Home, Monday, October 23, 2017 from 4:00 to 7:00 PM on Monday. As an alternative to flowers, Betty wished memorials be made to the Franklin County Historical Society, PO Box 722, St. Albans, VT 05478. Arrangements are entrusted to the Brady & Levesque Funeral Home and Commemorative Services, where memories and condolences may be shared at: www.bradyandlevesque.com.
In Memoriam Constance E. Hoksch 11/28/2021  
Constance Ellen Hoksch (Kohout), died November 29, 2021 of peritoneal cancer. Born in Malone, NY and raised in Fort Covington, NY, she graduated from Franklin Academy in Malone, where she played clarinet and saxophone. Connie graduated from Norwich University where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering degrees, then served a 20-year Air Force career, during which time she earned her Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, and had tours in South Korea and Germany.

After retiring from the Air Force, Connie worked another 20 years in education, spending 14 as an Air Force Junior ROTC instructor in Maine, then Okinawa. Connie is survived by her mother, husband, brother, and two children. Connie requests donations to cancer charities as her memorial Arrangements are with the Saunders-Dwyer Mattapoisett Home for Funerals, 50 County Rd. (Rt. 6), Mattapoisett.


In Memoriam David A. Liscinsky 12/13/2021  
Maryland - David Anthony Liscinsky, 55, of Laurel, Maryland died Monday, December 13, 2021 at his residence following a courageous six year battle with bladder cancer.

David was born August 11, 1966 in Rutland, Vermont, the third of five children to Robert and Diana (Valente) Liscinsky. David was a devoted father, devout Catholic, and was committed to family. He attended, Christ the King School, and Mount Saint Joseph Academy ('84) where he was a member of the Division I State Champion Football and Basketball teams. David graduated from Norwich University ('88) with a degree in electrical engineering, and received advanced masters degrees in engineering from both Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and John Hopkins University. He had a 32-year career with the Department of Defense, National Security Agency in Fort Meade, Maryland, including serving three years in England. He was looking forward to retiring in the next year to enjoy traveling. David was also a member of St. Nicholas Catholic Church and the Knights of Columbus, serving as Financial Secretary for his local council.

David had a zest for life. He brought passion, energy, and joy in every activity undertaken. He would dive into the finer details of many things; whether working on his car, making pizza dough, or discussing the intricacies of MSJ's Delaware Wing-T blocking. David would have a smile on his face and a razor- sharp purpose with his focus on the task at hand.

David loved the holidays and would relish in the opportunity to share the many traditions experienced growing up. This includes delivering a dozen trees every Christmas to family and friends, and making wine in the basement. David was thoughtful and generous to a fault, he never wanted any fanfare but if someone indicated a want or need, David would take it on as his task to fulfill. He also was proud of his involvement with the Knights, allowing him to again fulfill a need of helping people and donate time to worthwhile causes.

Most importantly, David loved his son Andrew. David made it a point to enjoy multiple trips a year with Andrew, either brief weekend excursions or a week-long visit to historical sites and National Landmarks.

David is survived by his son Andrew, his sister Mary (Ron) of Windsor, CT, his three brothers Robert (Mary) of St. Albans, VT, Joseph (Kelly) of So. Burlington, VT, and John (Stacy) of Mars, PA. He is also survived by 10 nieces and nephews along with several cousins. David was preceded in death by his father in November, 2009 and mother in January, 2021.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Liscinsky Scholarship at Mount Saint Joseph Academy. A special 'Thank you." to his dear cousin, Dr. Anne Marie Valente, MD for her loving support during his illness.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held in St. Peter's Church at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, December 21, 2021.

Calling hours will be held from 4 to 6 PM in the Clifford Funeral Home, on Monday, December 20, 2021.

Arrangements are by Clifford Funeral Home.
In Memoriam John E. Riggs 12/30/2021  
Middleton - John Edward Riggs III, 76, of Middleton, passed away on December 29, 2021, after a long battle with cardiovascular disease. He was the loving husband of Louise (Johnson) Riggs with whom he shared 49 years of marriage. Born in Danvers on December 26, 1945, he was the son of the late John Edward Riggs Jr. and Madeline Irene (Johnson) Riggs.
John was a 1963 graduate of Danvers High School and a 1967 graduate of Norwich University. He was a 2nd Lt. in the U.S. Army and served honorably during the Vietnam War. After completing his tour in Vietnam, John came home and began a career in banking at State Street Bank & Trust. He worked at several area banks, finishing his career at Salem Five. After having to retire for medical reasons, John became very active with his alma mater. He was an avid supporter of the Norwich University hockey program, often traveling to Vermont for the games, as well as attending many NCAA playoff games around the country. John became a mentor to several players, guiding them in their careers and reinforcing the importance of building strong networks.
John also enjoyed his daily breakfasts with Louise and friends. He was a regular at Freddy's in Middleton where he would hold court, telling stories and always have a smile and a quip for anyone there. Everywhere he went he always knew someone in the crowd. John was an avid reader, often finishing 5-6 books a month and reading several at the same time. He loved fiction and non-fiction, especially historical topics relating to the military. His biggest passion in life was fly fishing. He enjoyed his annual fishing trips to Montana.
John was a member of several social and charitable organizations, including the Masonic Lodge in Manchester, MA, Shriners International, Ancient & Honorable Artillery, and The American Legion.
In addition to his wife, John is survived by his son John E Riggs, IV, and his wife Jessica of Wakefield, and two grandsons, Alexander and Cormac Riggs.He also leaves a sister Joanne and brother-in-law Peter Wallace of Clearwater, FL two nieces, a nephew, a grandniece, a grandnephew, and a cousin.
Celebration of Life visitation on Saturday, Jan, 8th, 2022 from 10am-1pm at the Mackey Funeral Home, 128 S. Main St., Rt 114, Middleton, MA. Attendees are required to wear face coverings and practice social distancing. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made in John's memory to the Norwich University Blue Line Club which supports the school's hockey program at https://alumni.norwich.edu/.donation/BLC with a note in the comments section "In Memory of John Riggs '67" or to Shriners Hospitals for Children online or via check to Shriners Hospitals for Children, 51 Blossom Street, Boston, MA 02114, see www.mackeyfuneralhome.com.
In Memoriam Casey N. Bozetarnik 12/30/2021  
Brattleboro- Casey Nelson Bozetarnik, 71, of Cedar Street, a lifelong resident of Brattleboro, died Thursday morning, December 30, 2021, in the comfort of his home with his wife Pat at his side, following an extended period of failing health due to kidney disease.

Casey was born in Holyoke, Massachusetts on August 10, 1950, the son of Casimir and Jean (Langue) Bozetarnik. He was raised and educated in Brattleboro, attending Saint Michael's Parochial School and was a graduate of Saint Michael's High School, Class of 1968. He earned his Associate's Degree in Business from Saint Joseph's College in Bennington, his Bachelor's Degree from Johnson State College and his Master's Degree in Education from Norwich University.

He began his career in education at Guilford Central School where he taught Middle School for 19 years. While in Guilford he also coached basketball and worked with his students on countless fund raisers for class trips they took. Casey cared deeply for all the kids he worked with, but discovered he had a special talent working with those who were struggling in school for any number of reasons. This led Casey to his next role at the Meadows School at the Brattleboro Retreat where he served as teacher, guidance counselor, and principal. After 14 years at the Meadows School, he took the position as principal of Saint Michael's. Casey finished his career in education at Vermont Adult Learning, where he helped young adults find a path to reach their goals when traditional environments didn't meet their needs.

A well-respected teacher and principal, throughout the years many of his former students kept in communication with him. Casey had a positive impact and long-standing influence on many of his students and colleagues due to his teaching style and genuine interest in their success.

For several years he was actively involved in the Greater Brattleboro Men's softball and basketball leagues. Of his other pastimes and interests, he was an avid reader, enjoyed watching all sports, and most of all enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. A special joy was vacationing to Sandbridge Beach, VA with family and friends.

Casey was a communicant of Saint Michael's Roman Catholic Church.

On March 2, 1979, in Brattleboro, with family and friends in attendance, he was married to Patricia "Patty" MacLean who survives.

Besides his faithful and devoted wife of 42 years he leaves: one son, Gregory Montgomery of Brattleboro; one sister, Marcia Hanson (Jeff) of Sacramento, California; three brothers, Martin and Barry, both of Brattleboro, and David of Dubai, UAE; sisters-in-law, Debra Bozetarnik of Putney, Gerry Hines of Jacksonville, FL, Janice D'alia of Fort Lauderdale, FL, Judith Wisell (Gordon) of Brattleboro, and Jean MacLean of Brattleboro; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Additionally, he leaves his beloved Springer Spaniel, "Hershey."

Casey was predeceased by his mother and father as well as several aunts and uncles.

The Liturgy of Christian Burial will be celebrated Saturday (1/8/2022) at 1:00 P.M. at Saint Michael's Catholic Church.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Casey's name may be made to:

Northern Vermont University, Development Office, NVU-Johnson, 337 College Hill, Johnson, VT 05656; or Dartmouth Hitchcock/Geisel Office of Development, One Medical Center Drive, HB 7070, Lebanon, NH 03756-0001.

Casey's family would like to extend their heartfelt appreciation and gratitude to all those who served as his caregivers for the last five years and to his longtime friend Jim Bedard who visited Casey and Pat every week. A special thank you to John Cummings who was to donate one of his kidneys to Casey, but due to Casey's failing health it was determined that the surgery not take place.

To share a memory or send condolences to the family, please visit www.atamaniuk.com.
In Memoriam Todd R. Clow 12/15/2021  
Todd Richard Clow DO 1956 - 2021 BRUNSWICK - Todd Richard Clow, DO, 65, of Troutman, N.C. passed on Dec. 15, 2021. He was born in Laconia, N.H. on Oct. 6, 1956 to Arlene and Richard Clow. He grew up in Sebago, Maine and from there, completed his undergrad at Norwich University in Vermont where he enlisted in the Army. Dr. Clow earned his Master of Science in Microbiology at the University of New Hampshire, where he met and married Rebecca Willey.

He then worked at the US Army Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland where he was instrumental in facilitating chemical research. From there, he completed medical school at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine in Biddeford, Maine. Dr. Clow accomplished his residency at Montefiore Hospital and Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, N.Y. before returning back to Maine with his family. As an anesthesiologist, he worked at Mid Coast Hospital in Brunswick from 1992-2012. From there, he continued his practice as Chief of Anesthesia at the Togus VA Medical Center in Augusta before retiring in 2015.

As a Colonel, Dr. Clow served his country in the United States Army, completing multiple tours in Desert Storm, Guatemala, Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Iraq. He gave all of himself to his country, family, patients, and friends. He was a dedicated physician and beloved father whose sense of humor and intelligence we will all miss.

Outside of work, Dr. Clow loved spending time with his family while also hunting, fishing, playing his guitar, cooking and reading. He leaves behind his wife Rebecca; their daughter, Meaghan, their son, Stodden and his wife Lizzy; his brother, Tom and his wife Linda, as well as his sister, Sharon and her husband Tom. He is also survived by several nieces, nephews, cousins and many, many friends.

A gathering for family and friends for a military funeral service will take place in the spring to celebrate Todd's life.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Wounded Warrior Project.
In Memoriam Paul D. Beaudin 11/11/2021  
Paul David Beaudin, 92, of Taneytown, formerly of Keene, NH, passed away on Thursday, November 11, 2021, at home surrounded by his family. Born on December 19, 1928, he was the son of the late Alberic Joseph Beaudin and Marie Eveline Helen (Aucoin) Beaudin. He was the beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Ann Beaudin, nee Savage.

He received his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Norwich University in 1951. Upon graduation, he went into the Army from 1951 to 1953. After his military service, he accepted a position as a Civil Engineer for Peter Kiewit and Sons, where he worked for 25 years. Some of the projects he was involved with included the building of the Fort McHenry Tunnel and the coal loading facility in Baltimore, as well as a graving dock in Sturgeon Bay, WI.

In his spare time, Paul enjoyed woodworking, building things, being outdoors, tending to his tomato plants, exercising/walks, target shooting, reading, and always looked forward to spending time with his family. He was an active member of the Catholic Church, most recently, St. Joseph's in Taneytown. He was a wonderful cook and will always be remembered for his great sense of humor.

Surviving Paul is his sister, Marcia Stratton of Hoboken, NJ; his four children, daughter Ann Beaudin and husband Myron Bradley of Taneytown, son Richard Beaudin of Westminster, son Briand Beaudin and wife Cynthia of Douglas, MA, and daughter Pauline Beaudin and wife Linda Nichol of Keene, NH; and his grandchildren, Grace and Paul Bradley, Jack and Nicole Beaudin, Patricia Beaudin, Madison and Sebastian Nicol-Beaudin, Elijah, Deeanna, and Cyrus Nicol. Paul was also preceded in death by his sister, Joanne Bedard.

Funeral services will be announced at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, the family encourages memorial contributions to be made to BridgingLife Health, formerly Dove House, Development Office, 200 Memorial Avenue, Westminster, MD 21157 or online at https://www.bridginglifecare.org/BridgingLife/MakeAGift.aspx. Online condolences can be made to the family at www.myersdurborawfh.com.

Arrangements by MYERS-DURBORAW FUNERAL HOME, P.A., Taneytown.
Published by Carroll County Times on Nov. 17, 2021.
In Memoriam Albert B. Perkins 11/3/2021  
Windham - Albert Bernon "Bernie" Perkins IV, 70, sadly passed away Nov. 3, 2021.

He is survived by his wife Diane; son Albert Bernon "B.J." Perkins V; parents, Albert B. "Brud" Perkins III and June O'Neal Perkins; and brothers, Wayne, Jon and Todd Perkins.

Bernie grew up in Waterford, later he resided at his home with his family in Windham. He was a scholar athlete through school and went on to graduate from Norwich University in Vermont. He worked for Total Communications as a sales executive for 25 years.

Albert loved his family, raising golden retrievers, hunting, and traveling. He was greatly loved by all his family and friends and will be deeply missed.
Published by The Day on Dec. 22, 2021.
In Memoriam Edwin J. Beyerl 12/14/2021  
Niskayuna - Edwin J. Beyerl, 93, of Kingsway Arms Nursing Home, Schenectady, died Tuesday, December 14, 2021. Born in Schenectady, he is the son of the late Harold R. Beyerl and Helen T. Beyerl. Ed is survived by his children: James E. Beyerl (Barbara), Robert M. Beyerl (Marge) and Nanci L. Beyerl; his grandchildren: Lt. Colonel Thomas Beyerl, USA Jeffrey Beyerl, Mathew White, Randy White and Stacy Lewis (Caleb) and his great-grandchildren Alex Beyerl and Kate Beyerl. Ed was predeceased by his loving wife and best friend, Thelma I. Beyerl (Tippie) and his great-grandson Sylas Lewis.

Ed was a graduate of Norwich University (1951) and served in Korea with the Third Infantry Division as a First Lieutenant. Ed was awarded The Combat Infantry Badge, the Bronze Star and the Korean Medal for his service to our country.

Upon returning from Korea, Ed attended Albany Law School. With help of his loving wife, Ed graduated in 1956. Upon graduation, Ed joined the Schenectady law firm of Higgins, Roberts, Beyerl and Coan. Ed's Law practice was devoted to mortgage closings and related issues for the Schenectady Savings Bank.

Ed retired from the practice of law in 1987 and spent his leisure time with his wife Tippy. He loved riding his motorcycle, golfing at Cronin's Golf Course in Warrensburg and skiing Hawkeye at Gore Mountain, where he earned the name "Hawkeye Ed." He had a passion for neat lawns and spent many hours mowing the lawns at his daughter Nanci's farm, Peaceful Acres Horses, in Pattersonville and his property at South Beach Association, in Lake George. He leaves behind a loving family and neat green lawns.

Private calling hours will be Wednesday, December 22nd, from 10:00 am to 11:00 am at Daly Funeral Home, 242 McClellan St., Schenectady. A public graveside service will be Wednesday 11:30 am at Vale Cemetery, Brandywine Ave. entrance. Gifts in Ed's memory may be made to Norwich University, 158 Harmon Dr., Northfield, VT 05663 or Peaceful Acres Horses, 3740 Rynex Corners Rd., Pattersonville, NY 12137.
In Memoriam James P. Gormley 12/5/2021  
of Derby Line, VT, formerly of West Roxbury and Jamaica Plain, peacefully on December 5, 2021.

Loving son of the late William J. and Marie (Curran) Gormley. Cherished brother of Mary Clasby, Katherine Ahern, Richard Gormley and the late William J. Gormley III. Jim is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews.

Jim was a graduate of Boston College High School and Norwich University. After serving in the US Navy during the Cuban Missile Crisis, Jim was a Social Worker in New York and Virginia.

He retired to Vermont where he enjoyed many wonderful years.

Funeral from the William J. Gormley Funeral Home 2055 Centre Street WEST ROXBURY on Friday, December 10th at 10:30 AM. followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Theresa of Avila Church at 11:30 AM. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend. Visiting hours Thursday, December 9th from 2:00 - 5:00 PM.

Contributions in Jim's memory may be made to the St. Vincent DePaul Society at St. Theresa Church, 2078 Centre St. West Roxbury, MA 02132. For directions and guestbook, gormleyfuneral.com
In Memoriam Deborah L. Laferte 12/5/2021  
BANGOR - Deborah A. (Lawson) Laferte, 72, died unexpectedly at home on December 5, 2021. She was born July 25, 1949, in Pawtucket, RI, the daughter of Edward and Gertrude (Renard) Lawson.

Deborah was a graduate of the Convent of the Sacred Heart, Elmhurst, and Vermont College. It was while she was at Vermont College, where she met her husband of 52 years, Richard A. Laferte. After living in many states while her husband served in the U.S. Army, they settled in Bangor in 1983. Debbie worked for the Bangor School Department then was the school secretary at Dedham School for over 20 years. In her retirement, she was a volunteer caring cuddler in the Northern Light EMMC Neonatal ICU.

Debbie is survived by her husband; her daughter, Jennifer Laferte Carlson and her husband, Eric, of Dedham; her beloved grandchildren, Lily Carlson of Dedham and 2Lt. Sam Carlson of Fort Campbell, KY; her brother, Edward Lawson and sister-in-law, Doris of Foster, RI; sister, Nancy Maddocks of Melbourne, FL; and daughter-in-law, Holly Atkinson Laferte of Westbrook. In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her son, Richard A. Laferte II.

A commemoration of Debbie's life will be held January 15, 2022, at the Lucerne Inn in the Overlook building between 1 and 4 p.m. Those who wish to celebrate Debbie's life may make a gift in her honor to the Northern Light Health Foundation, c/o Neonatal ICU, P.O. Box 931, Bangor, ME 04401-0931. Condolences to the family may be expressed at BrookingsSmith.com.
In Memoriam Peter J. Tsouros 11/25/2021  
Peter J. Tsouros, 83

SOUTH YARMOUTH - Peter ("Pete") J. Tsouros, 83 of South Yarmouth Cape Cod, formerly of Shrewsbury, died peacefully on November 25 at Mill Hill Residence from complications of Parkinsons disease. He was born in Worcester, MA on May 17, 1938 the son of John Tsouros and Aphrodite (Litos) Tsouros. Peter served and is a veteran of the U.S. Army military branch, graduating from Norwich University of VT. He worked his entire career in the automotive industry, and for many years at General Motors in Framingham MA, retiring to Cape Cod in 2012.

Pete is survived by his two daughters, Shandy B. Page (David) of South Yarmouth, Jennifer J. Burton (Brian Beall) of Plymouth. He is also survived by his brother Ernest J. Tsouros of Concord, NH, sisters Helen J. Bogus of Boca Raton, FL, and Virginia Taylor of Ashland, MA. He also leaves one cherished granddaughter Savannah L. Page and 9 nieces and nephews.

Pete will be fondly remembered by family as a loving father, brother, grampy, and uncle. For his quiet, kind, sweet, laid back nature, and his funny, dry sense of humor. He loved antique cars, Boston sports teams and food, especially ice cream. He was an avid tennis player.

Pete's wishes will be honored for his ashes to be spread privately.

Casper Funeral & Cremation Services - Boston MA
In Memoriam Edward C. Wangenstein 12/10/2021  
Col Edward Carl Wangenstein (Ret) passed away peacefully at home in Ft. Myers Florida, on December 10th, 2021. He was born on December 19th, 1937, in Staten Island, New York to Edward Peter Wangenstein and Helen (Berggren) Wangenstein.

Edward (Carl) graduated Hempstead High School in 1955; he then proudly earned a Bachelor of Arts from Norwich University in 1961 and received a Masters of Science in Education from CW Post in 1975. Upon graduating from Norwich University, he served for six years in the United States Army. During his service he was stationed in Germany and did a tour in Vietnam where he earned the Bronze Star and the Air Medal. After discharge from active duty, he went on to earn the rank of Colonel while serving for the next twenty-four years in the New York Army Reserves and New York National Guard. Upon retiring from active duty, Edward (Carl) flew for Pan American Airways until transitioning to education. He then ended his career as a Special Education Teacher at Eastern Suffolk B.O.C.E.S., where he had a rewarding career working with students with special needs. He was involved with the Metro Golf Association (MGA) and Long Island Gold Association (LGA) where he assisted with course rating and rules officiating. Edward (Carl) began his life in Staten Island NY, where he grew up in East Meadow NY, then moving to Amityville, and finally settling in Medford, Long Island (NY). His subsequent retirement was then happily spent at Heritage Palms in Fort Myers, Florida. Throughout his life he was an avid golfer; achieving an amazing eight hole in ones. He was able to enjoy his life's passion of golf on many courses throughout the world. He was ecstatic to have played several courses in South America, Africa, Asia, and Europe. Among those courses, he fondly remembered rounds of golf at the Royal Hong Kong Country Club and St. Andrews in Scotland. Edward (Carl) was a kind, caring, loving man. He was a friend to all who never met a stranger. He was also known to use several German sayings over the years, including "Eins, zwei, g'suffa!"

Edward (Carl) was preceded in death by his parents Edward Peter Wangenstein and Helen (Berggren) Wangenstein.

Edward (Carl) is survived by his loving wife of 32 years Catherine (Siegmund) Wangenstein, his son Erik (Danae), his stepchildren William (Kristin), Jim, Christine, Brian (Janet) McCauley and seven grandchildren Jeremy, Meridith, Patrick, Connor, Emma, Matthew and Katelyn. He is also survived by his sister Linda Hug, cousins Maureen (Bob) Gallo, Patricia Ward, Diane (Dan) Ragusa, Bernard Anderson, and Al Anderson.

Visitation will take place at Harvey Engelhardt Funeral Home, Fort Myers, Florida on Tuesday 12/14, from 2-4pm and 6-8pm at 1600 Colonial Blvd, Fort Myers Florida 33907. Private interment to be held at Calverton National Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Alfred E Dubin Center for Alzheimer's Research, 12468 Brantley Commons Court, Fort Myers Florida 33907. https://dubincenter.com/
In Memoriam Robert R. Ripley 12/12/2021  
Robert R. Ripley BRANDON - Robert Russel Ripley, age 86, passed away Sunday, Dec. 12, 2021, at his home in Brandon. Bob was born on Oct. 27, 1935, in Earlville, New York. He was the son of Russel Ripley and Rena (Alderman) Ripley. He grew up in Hamilton, New York, where he received his early education. He graduated from Hamilton Central High School in 1955. He earned his degree from Norwich University, Northfield, Vermont, in 1959.

He served in the United States Army attaining the rank of Captain. He was honorably discharged in 1969. He was a member of the Norwich Football Team, and was inducted into the Norwich Hall of Fame in 1983. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame for Otter Valley Union High School in 2014.

On July 20, 1957, he married Janipher Burgess at the Park Methodist Church in Hamilton, New York. Before his college graduation, he signed a contract with the New York Giants, and attended their summer training camp at Saint Michaels' College in Winooski, Vermont. After his college graduation, he went to Fort Knox, Kentucky, to serve in the Army. In 1960, they moved to Brandon, Vermont. In 1960, he was hired by Brandon High School/Otter Valley Union High School as a teacher, teaching history, civics and government.

He retired in 1990 after 30 years of teaching. He worked weekends and summers for Guy Eddy at Eddy's Marina in Brandon, repairing boats and boat motors. He was hired by Neshobe School as a bus driver and cook until his second retirement in 2006. Painting houses was also a part-time job during the summer.

He was a member of the Brandon Congregational Church and served on the Prudential Board. He belonged to St. Paul's Masonic Lodge #25, serving as Past Master, Marble Chapter #80, O.E.S. serving as Past Worthy Patron and was appointed Grand Representative to Michigan. He enjoyed spending time with family and friends, playing cards, dining out and woodworking. He created several special keepsakes for his children and grandchildren, including dollhouses, barns, benches and tables. He enjoyed attending athletic events and supporting his grandchildren's interests.

Bob is survived by his daughters, Ellen (Ripley) Knapp and her husband, Dale, of Brandon, Vermont, Terrie (Ripley) Patch and her husband, Tim, of Brandon, Vermont, and his son, Rob Ripley and his wife, Beth, of Leicester, Vermont; seven grandchildren, Hillary Knapp, Kelsey Knapp, Emily Patch Carter and Michael, Samantha Patch Graves and Brandon, Jeritt Patch, Amanda Ripley Quesnel and Paul Matthew, and Katherine Ripley and Cooper; two great-grandsons, Luke Robert Quesnel and John Matthew Quesnel; his brother-in-law, Carl Burgess and his wife, Carol, of Cortland, New York; two nieces, a nephew and several cousins. He was predeceased by his wife, Janipher, on July 2, 2021; his father and mother; and sister, Ellen Joyce Ripley.

The memorial service "In Celebration of His Life" will be held on Saturday, Dec. 18, 2021, at 11 a.m. at the Brandon Congregational Church. A private graveside committal service and burial with military honors will follow in the family lot in Pine Hill Cemetery.

Friends may call at the Miller & Ketcham Funeral Home on Friday, Dec. 17, 2021, from 2-6 p.m. Those wishing to pay their respects are asked to wear a face covering.
Memorial gifts, in lieu of flowers, may be made in his memory to Norwich University, Schneider Legacy Project, 158 Harmon Drive, Northfield, VT 05663; or to Otter Valley Union High School Athletic Department, 2997 Franklin St., Brandon, VT 05733.

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In Memoriam Roger F. Bresnahan 12/2/2021  
Roger F. Bresnahan, age 84 of Salem, MA, and formerly of Essex, MA, died peacefully on December 2, 2021. Born in Manchester, NH on May 10, 1937, the son of Francis D. Bresnahan and Esther (Hybsch) Bresnahan. Raised in Rutland, VT, he spent his summers on Lake Dunmore. Roger graduated from Rutland High School in 1955, and Norwich University in 1960 where he represented his class as a varsity alpine skier. He later married Lee (Anderson) Bresnahan in New York City in February 1966.

Roger began his career as a Civil Engineer for Turner Construction. He later owned and operated Bresnahan Construction in Beverly, MA building many commercial properties across the North Shore. His greatest joy came from sailing, skiing and golfing with his family and friends. From sailing off the coast of Maine or across Lake Dunmore, to skiing in Vermont, Colorado and Utah, Roger always had a kind word of encouragement and an endless amount of patience in sharing these passions. In additional to hundreds of sailing adventures off the coast of Maine on his beloved Kittiwake, Roger sailed to over a dozen European countries and throughout the British Virgin Islands with his close friends.

Roger is survived by his wife Lee (Anderson) Bresnahan of Salem, MA; his sons Andrew Bresnahan, and his wife, Tara, of Gloucester, MA, Ian Bresnahan, and his wife Frances, of Atlanta, GA; and his daughter Sarah (Bresnahan) Kenney, and her husband, Leo, of Orono, ME. He is also survived by eight grandchildren, Emily Bresnahan, Samuel Bresnahan, Elise Kenney, Clyde Bresnahan, Brynn Kenney, Finn Bresnahan, Mason Kenney and Evvie Bresnahan, and his sister Carole (Bresnahan) Shouldice, and her husband, William, of Leicester, VT. He is predeceased by his sister Janice (Bresnahan) Spruth, of Houston, TX.

Roger will be deeply missed by his entire family. In lieu of flowers, the family would like donations to be made to Alzheimer's Association (www.alz.org).

A celebration of Roger's life will be held in the spring 2022. Details will be forthcoming.
In Memoriam Guy K. Chester 6/25/2021  
Guy King Chester, of Sun City West, AZ, was born and raised in Pittsfield, MA, the son of Frederick Chester and Ruth Houseman Chester. There he met and married the love of his life, and eternal love, Mary Kay Cunningham Chester, who preceded him in death after 54 years of marriage.

Guy took great joy in his family; his son William J. Chester, who preceded him in death, daughter-in-law Roberta Chester, grandchildren Katelyn, Billy, Michael and Joseph Chester, daughter Jennifer Chester, and grandchildren Remi, Lila and Nolan Chester. Guy's brother Frederick Jr., sister-in-law Kathleen, and niece Karen Chester preceded him in death. He is survived by nieces Diana Chester Kirby and Vicky Chester Turner. Guy is also survived by lifelong friend and chosen brother, Bob Ryan.
Guy spent his decades long career with Pfizer pharmaceuticals. He called Pittsford, NY, and the greater Rochester area, home for many years before becoming a resident of Sun City West.

He was an avid tennis player before taking up golf. He enjoyed the camaraderie, the effort to improve, and let the occasional frustrations go with ease. Guy focused on the positives in everything he did, and never failed to look on the bright side.
Guy made a point of asking every one their name, and using it. He never complained, always wanted to make things easier for other people, and met life's sorrows with grace. He was a kind and generous man.

Guy was a man of great Faith, trusting in God's plan for his family, despite enduring the most difficult losses of his beloved wife MaryKay and son Bill. Guy had a deep admiration for his parish priests in New York, Arizona, and Virginia. He would always marvel at the truth and wisdom from their homilies, dedication to their parishioners and was truly grateful for every Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Guy's Catholic Faith, devotion to the Mass and Sacraments, and the Rosary all guided and comforted him, especially in his later years.

The family will receive friends on Friday, July 30, 2021, at Moser Funeral Home, 233 Broadview Ave., Warrenton, Virginia 20186 from 6-8pm with the Recitation of the Holy Rosary at 7:30pm.
A Mass of Christian Burial will take place at St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church, 271 Winchester Ave., Warrenton, Virginia, on Saturday, July 31, 2021, at 11am with celebrant Rev. Mark Moretti and con celebrant Rev. Charles Smith.

Immediately following Mass will be the burial with his wife, MaryKay Cunningham Chester, at Bright View Cemetery, 8265 Lunsford Rd., Warrenton, Virginia, 20188.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to:
1) Knights of Columbus Council #5561
St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church
271 Winchester Ave.
Warrenton, Virginia 20186
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