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In Memoriam Arlene B. MacIntyre 5/4/2020  
rlene Muriel (Brown) MacIntyre, 84, of West Hartford, CT, beloved wife for over 50 years of the late Ralph P. MacIntyre, Jr. passed away of complications from the COVID-19 Virus on Monday, May 4, 2020. Arlene was a lifelong resident of West Hartford, the daughter of the late Ralph W. and Josephine T. (Barnum) Brown.

She was a graduate of Hall High School, Class of 1953, and a graduate of Vermont College of Norwich University. Arlene was a medical secretary, and worked for many years for the late Dr. Raymond Marsh MD and the late Dr. Francis Finley DDS. Arlene was active in many community activities and organizations. She was an active member and Past Matron of Storer Chapter #73 and Newington Chapter #115, Order of the Eastern Star, and more recently Good Intent Chapter #17. She was also a member of the Order of Amaranth. She was a lifelong congregant of St. John's Church (Episcopal) of West Hartford, CT. She enjoyed making crafts, crocheting, knitting, and annual summer trips to Maine to visit her friends and many relatives. She was a baseball fan and loved watching the Atlanta Braves. She was very proud of her Scottish heritage and was a former member of the St. Andrews Society of Connecticut.

She is survived by: her two sons and daughters-in-law Craig R. MacIntyreand Cherrie B. MacIntyre of Winchester, CT; and, Glenn W. MacIntyre and Giovanna D. MacIntyre of West Hartford, CT; and her two granddaughters: Amanda E. MacIntyre and Julia A. MacIntyre, both of West Hartford; and several nieces and nephews.The family would like to thank her many caregivers at West Hartford Health and Rehabilitation and the UCONN Medical Center.

The Sheehan Hilborn Breen Funeral Home, 1084 New Britain Avenue, West Hartford, CT has been entrusted with the arrangements. A private funeral will be held by the family. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Shriner's Hospital for Children, 516 Carew Street, Springfield, MA 01104.
In Memoriam Barbara A. Savage 5/9/2020  
Barbara Savage passed away peacefully Saturday, May 9, 2020 in her residence at Carriage Green Assisted Living in Milford.

Barbara was born December 6, 1932, the only child of William A. and Dorothy B. Jones of Bridgeport. She spent her childhood growing up in Connecticut and a fondly remembered time on a farm in Illinois. She graduated from Vermont college. Returning to Bridgeport, she worked at Bridgeport Hospital where a spunky co-worker, Jean Savage fixed her up on a date with her brother Edward Savage who would become the love of her life. Married in 1955 they moved to Shelton Ct where they had two boys, David and Robert, the raising of which would greatly accelerate the perpetuation of grey hair in them both. She enjoyed many family trips to Williamsburg Va., mostly traveling in a VW bus that never really was able to sustain speeds over 50mph. Returning to work in the 70's Barbara was a long-time employee of Reads Dept. store. After the passing of her husband Edward she enjoyed travel and spending time with her dear friends Dot and Martha. Later in life she enjoyed the friendship of her caretaker, and kindred spirit Amy.

Barbara leaves behind her son David Savage and wife Grace of Naugatuck, her son Robert Savage and wife Tracey of Shelton, 3 grandchildren, Brian, Alexis and Alina, her niece Kathy Kaminski and husband Steven of Milford, her niece Patricia Savo of Shelton and her cousin Donald Jones and wife Barbara of Portland OR.

A private Graveside service will be held by the family.
In Memoriam Dwight A. Davis 5/11/2020  
Dwight Andrew Davis passed away on Monday, May 11, 2020 at the age of 87 after a hospitalization at Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital. He can now rejoin his wife of over 66 years, Arlene Caroline Davis, who died on March 1.

Dwight was born in Island Pond, Vermont on September 29, 1932, one of three children born to Olga and Crawford Davis. He moved to East Burke in 1935, where he recalled growing up during the World War II era saying "East Burke was the greatest place a kid could ever live." In 1946, he entered Lyndon Institute (LI) where he met his high school sweetheart, Arlene, who he would marry in 1953.

A four-year scholarship at Norwich University launched Dwight's distinguished 22-year career in the United States Army. The young couple left the Northeast Kingdom for Fort Knox in 1955, and would move 17 more times across the U.S. and Europe with their children: Faye, Paula and Michael. Dwight attended the Defense Language Institute in Monterey, California where he learned Arabic and was subsequently sent to Saudi Arabia as an advisor to the Royal Saudi Armor Corp in the early 1960s. He was stationed in Naples, Italy beginning in 1966, where he worked as an Operations Officer at NATO Headquarters. From there, he was deployed to Vietnam where he served as an advisor for a Vietnamese battalion during the Tet Offensive. He served on the faculty at the Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth from 1970-1972, before becoming the Commanding Officer of the 5th Battalion 2nd Brigade in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. His final post was the Pentagon, as Operations Officer in the Office of the Deputy Chief where he supported efforts to evacuate personnel from Saigon, including Operation Babylift. Dwight met several of these refugees by chance in later life and their subsequent successes were always fondly remembered. Dwight received numerous commendations while serving his country, including the Silver Star with Cross of Gallantry, Bronze Star Medal, and Distinguished Flying Cross.

After retiring from the Army in 1976, Dwight returned to Vermont and over the next five years obtained a master's degree and served as a guidance counselor and vocational director at Lyndon Institute. While considering a doctoral degree program at Boston University (BU) he was offered the Operations Director position for BU's overseas graduate programs. Arlene would also work for BU recruiting undergraduate students for the Boston campus. The couple headed to Europe once more where their work would keep them traveling for the next seven years.

On their return in 1988, Dwight was recruited as the first Development Director for Lyndon Institute and he was appointed Headmaster six months later. He continued to pursue development opportunities for the school and led a capital campaign at the same time. The LI campus underwent significant expansion during his tenure in the 1990's as enrollment increased, adding much-needed classroom and administrative office space, and a new softball field. A new academic building, Daniels Hall, was constructed to house the math department. Dwight expanded and diversified the vocational programs, working with local businesses to increase mentorships and employment opportunities for graduates. The international dormitory program was also expanded. While at LI, Dwight was inducted into the Who's Who of Executives for the State of Vermont, and in 1996 he received the Robert F. Pierce Vermont Secondary Principal of the Year Award. He retired as Headmaster in 1999, but continued to serve his alma mater in several capacities, including Lyndon Institute Corporator and President of the Lyndon Institute Alumni Association of which he was a life member. Dwight's ever-true Viking spirit carried on whether visiting with students, faculty, staff and community members or being spotted at the games played on LI's home field. A long-time faculty member recalls him saying "We wear maroon and white not just on our sleeves, but in our hearts." A frequent sighting was in box seats at Thompson Cottage, home of the Alumni Association and the LI Museum, where Arlene spent considerable time organizing decades of school historical information.

After retiring from LI, Dwight served as the first-ever Executive Director of the Vermont Independent Schools' Association, a position he held during the administration of Governor Jim Douglas. As Executive Director he laid the groundwork for the organization, which lobbies in support of the State's extensive private schools. His work with the Douglas administration included building a high school program to assist adult inmates by providing risk-reducing interventions within the Vermont Department of Corrections. His leadership was instrumental in the successful accreditation process for what is known as Community High School of Vermont (CHSVT) that maintains campuses throughout the State system. He served on the CHSVT Board until 2011 and was ultimately honored for his service, ability to tackle political issues head on, and his unwavering tenacity and love for the school and its students. Dwight fully retired from volunteer board positions, including the Union Bank Regional Board, in 2013.

Recent years afforded Dwight more time to spend at their much-loved stone home in East Burke where he tended his trout pond, spoiled their Jack Russell terriers, and enjoyed unrivaled views of Burke Mountain over the breakfast table. Dwight made time for target and skeet shooting at his camp in Kirby and occasionally fly fishing. He and Arlene especially loved times when family gathered to watch old family movies and reminisce about their world adventures.
Dwight is survived by daughters Faye Winters, of Brandon, MS, and Paula Gabrault, of Cosby, MO; son Michael Davis, of Westport, MA; seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren; brother Jack Davis, of East Burke, VT; and younger sister Jean Bailey, of Newark, VT.

A family joint burial service will take place on June 22, 2020. The Guibord-Pearsons Funeral Home has been entrusted with arrangements. Memories and condolences can be shared at guibordfh@gmail.com. The family welcomes donations to Lyndon Institute as an expression of sympathy instead of flowers, where a classroom will be named in Dwight's honor. Gifts in remembrance of Dwight may be sent to: Lyndon Institute Development Office, PO Box 127, Lyndon Center, VT 05850
In Memoriam Joseph P. Hadley 5/4/2020  
HADLEY, Joseph Philip "Phil" Age 86, of Gloucester, formerly of Lexington, on May 4, 2020 of complications from Parkinson's Disease. Phil was born in Medford, son of the late Joseph P. Hadley and Florence (Kennelly) Hadley. Phil is survived by his wife of 63 years, Patricia (McHugh) Hadley. He is also survived by their six children and six grandchildren and their spouses: Joseph P., Jr. and Anne Marie Reilly, Peter and Silvia, John and Eileen, David and Norma, Elizabeth, Christopher and Scott Smith, grandchildren: Erin (Hadley) and Michael Conry, Thomas, Anna, Jack, Lucy and J.P., IV. He leaves many devoted nieces and nephews. Phil was predeceased by five older sisters: Florence Walsh, Vera Cutting, Catherine Traverse, Claire Donahue and Gertrude Ferland.

Phil graduated from Norwich University in 1956 with a degree in Electrical Engineering. He was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. He served as a first Lieutenant in the United States Army. He was retired from Hewlett Packard Company. In his retirement he spent many hours volunteering for the National Alliance on Mental Illness and was a Past President of NAMI Massachusetts. He was a co-founder of NAMI Cape Ann and facilitated a support group for Parkinson's Disease families at the Senior Center in Gloucester.

A Celebration of Phil's Life will be announced when people can gather together again. If you would like to make a donation in Phil's memory, please consider NAMI Cape Ann, 43 Gloucester Avenue, Gloucester, MA 01930 or Parkinson's Fitness, 46 Britannia Circle, Salem, MA 01970-6849. Arrangements are under the direction of Greely Funeral Home, 212 Washington St., GLOUCESTER, MA. Online condolences may be given at:

www.greelyfuneralhome.com
Published in The Boston Globe on May 7, 2020
In Memoriam Charles L. Hattaway 4/29/2020  
Charles Leon Hattaway, Jr., 78 years old, passed away April 29, 2020, in Arden, NC. He was the son of the late Charles L. and Ida A. Hattaway of Dedham, MA.

Chuck was born January 2, 1942, in Dedham, MA, graduated from Norwich University in October, 1964 as a civil engineer where he began his career and married Carol L. Coumans of Needham, Massachusetts. While raising his children, he actively lead and participated in many family and community activities including serving on community boards, as a hockey coach, baseball coach and umpire and Boy Scout Scoutmaster where he nearly perfected a campfire beef stew recipe. His kindness, support, and love will be tremendously missed by family and friends.

He is survived by his loving wife Carol L. Hattaway of Arden, NC; son Douglas Hattaway, his wife, Lenka, and their two daughters, Francesca and Kristina, in Candler, NC, and Bradford Hattaway and his wife, Angela, from Pensacola, FL and their five sons Ray, Russell, Raleigh, Randall and Ryan; sister Evelynne Edgerly and her daughters Dianna in Bridgewater, MA; Joanna White and her family in Rowley, MA; Susanna Girard and her family in Attleboro, MA;

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, a private virtual celebration of his life with family and friends was held on Sunday, May 3, 2020. In lieu of flowers or gifts, friends and family may donate to the charity of their choice in the name of Charles L. Hattaway Jr.
Groce Funeral Home at Lake Julian is assisting the family.
In Memoriam Robert S. Lappin 5/1/2020  
LAPPIN, Robert S. Robert S. Lappin of Palm Beach Gardens, FL, and Mashpee, MA, formerly of Back Bay, passed away peacefully in the comfort of his retirement home in Lantana, FL at the age of 91 on May 1, 2020. Bob is survived by his daughter, Jane, son Joshua, brother Stephen, his grandchildren, Peter Griffiths, Seamus Lappin, and McKenna Lappin, son-in-law Jeffrey Griffiths, daughter-in-law Mara Lappin, his sister-in-law, Niti Seth, and nieces Anjali and Sonali Lappin. He was predeceased by his brother Kenneth Lappin of Belmont and his sister, Arlene Lappin Vallon, of Ohio. Bob also leaves behind his beloved partner of 30 years, Ms. Andrea Tavenier. Bob was married twice, first to Gloria Tilles Falco (Levine) and second to Anne Marie LaGrippe (Theroux). Both marriages ended in divorce.

Bob was a loving family member and friend known for his sharp intellect, humor, and charm. He had many avocations over the course of his life, most notably golf, boating, and photography. Bob was a passionate member and leader at New Seabury Country Club in Mashpee and Ballen Isles in Palm Beach Gardens. He owned a boat yard in Falmouth for several years and enjoyed sailing and fishing in Vineyard Sound. Cameras were a constant part of his life, beginning with a small photography business in college and continuing to recent showings in the greater Palm Beach area. Bob also loved driving fast cars, particularly Porsches.

Born in Hyde Park on October 6, 1928, Bob was the son of Dr. and Mrs. Albert S. Lappin. He graduated from Augusta Military Academy in Virginia in 1946. After a year of semi-professional basketball, Bob enrolled at Norwich University in Vermont where he earned his BA in Government. Immediately upon graduating, he was commissioned as a second lieutenant into the United States Army and served from 1951 - 1953. Bob was deployed to Korea for 13 months where he was platoon leader, executive officer, and company commander of his tank company in the 179th Infantry Regiment. Bob received the Purple Heartfor injuries sustained on Christmas Day in 1952.

Upon completing military service to his country, Bob worked for Lybrand, Ross Brothers & Montgomery as an accountant and attended Boston University at night where he received his MBA in 1955. He passed his CPA, continued work, and attended Boston College Law School at night where he received his JD in 1959. It was here Bob formed an enduring personal and professional friendship with Father Robert Drinan.

Bob was a respected tax law and corporate attorney in Boston for over 40 years, where he was a founder and senior partner of his firm, Lappin, Rosen, Goldberg, Slavet, Levenson, and Wekstein. He served proudly on the board of trustees of his alma mater, Norwich University, for over 30 years. Bob was active in local politics, philanthropies, and served on many boards, including National Jewish Health Hospital in Denver, and as the president of the American Society of Attorneys and Certified Public Accountants.

A special thank you goes to the people at Bob's senior living community, Carlisle Palm Beach, for their loving care and support during his final days.

Bob will be laid to rest at the David Vicur Cholim Cemetery in West Roxbury, MA.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent in his memory: Norwich University, Schneider Legacy Project, Development Office, 158 Harmon Drive, Northfield, VT 05663.

Condolences to the family may be sent at www.LevineChapels.comLevine Chapels, Brookline 617-277-8300 www.levinechapel.com
In Memoriam Claudia Lockard 4/4/2020  
Claudia Lockard (May 28, 1926-April 4, 2020)

Claudia Lockard, formerly of Annapolis and Potomac, Maryland, passed away peacefully on April 4 in Bethesda at the age of 93.

Claudia was born and raised in Washington, DC, daughter to the late Ralph John and Claudia Agnes Carbo. She attended Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School in DC and Georgian Court College in New Jersey.

After World War II she met Alan Lockard. The couple were married and moved to White Plains, New York in 1952 where they started their family. In 1968 they moved to Potomac. While there Claudia was active working with Smithsonian Associates in DC and the Rockville Women's Center. In 1985 they moved to the Heritage Harbour community in Annapolis where they lived together until Alan's passing in 2002. Claudia lived the last several years at the Maplewood Park Place senior living community in Bethesda.

Claudia was a lifelong artist and painter. She enjoyed traveling and spending time with her children and grandchildren.

She is survived by children Chuck (wife Elaine), David (wife Karen), Suzanne (husband Sonny), Steve (wife Sam) and Dan (wife Alison) and grandchildren Kate, Christopher, Johnny, Jaime, Jesse, Alex, Julia, Sarah, Ashleigh, Emily, Erinn and Jack. She was preceded in death by husband Alan, grandson Adam and brother Ralph.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.

The family wishes to express their appreciation to Claudia's companion and caregiver, Jane, for her kindness and dedication the past 18 months. They also would like to thank the excellent staff at Maplewood Park Place for providing a safe, compassionate and friendly living environment.

Those who wish to honor her memory may do so by making a contribution in her name to the Capital Area Food Bank at http://www.capitalareafoodbank.org
In Memoriam Johnny E. Lovejoy 5/3/2020  
r. Johnny E. Lovejoy II
June 30, 1962- May 3, 2020

Dr. Johnny E. Lovejoy II, age 57, of San Antonio, died on Sunday, May 3, 2020. He was born in Brooklyn, New York, completed Norwich University in Vermont and served with the USAF for 14 years. He was founder and owner of Lovejoy and Associates Inc., since 1985, he was on the Board of Directors for Community First Health Plans, a member of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), was the Texas Commissioner on Law Enforcement and was active with the Republican Party of Texas. Dr. Lovejoy met Mary in San Antonio, and they were married in June 1990.

He is preceded in death by his brother, Anthony Lovejoy and sister, Shirley Lovejoy.
Survived by his wife, Mary Lovejoy; daughters, Adriana Lovejoy and Kayla Lovejoy; son, Johnny Lovejoy III; parents, Johnny E. Lovejoy and Juanita Bridges; sisters, Monique Lovejoy, Tanya Lovejoy-Capers, LaTanya Lovejoy-Gregory, Dorothy Lovejoy and Tamiko Lovejoy.

Visitation will be on Sunday, May 10, 2020 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm at Porter Loring on McCullough.

Those of you wishing to send your condolences may do so following the links to "From My Heart to Yours" or you can send the family a private video via the "Send Hugs" link. Send Hugs for Dr. Johnny E. Lovejoy II
In Memoriam Robert A. Morse 4/22/2020  
Robert Armstrong Morse II, 73, of Amesbury, MA, cherished husband, father, grandfather, son-in-law, nephew, brother, cousin, uncle and friend passed away on April 22, 2020. Born in Hartford, Conn. on May 31, 1946, Bob was the son of the late Mildred (King) Morse and Robert Armstrong Morse.

Bob was raised in Enfield, Conn. He was proud of his family roots and grew up with a strong work ethic and passion for farming inspired by his families in Connecticut and Nova Scotia. These skills were passed along and the Morse family garden on Middle Road was always plentiful. His passion for the outdoors and for the way things worked grew as he achieved Eagle Scout Honors in Boy Scout Troop 108 of Hazardville, Conn. Bob attended the Enfield Public Schools where he met his loving wife of 53 years, Paulette (Sevarino) Morse. Together, they enjoyed their teenage years as high school sweethearts working on tobacco farms, going on adventurous dates, and bobsledding at tremendous speeds. Bob continued his education at Norwich University in Vermont and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering. He and Paulette then moved to Amesbury, MA, where they raised their family, restored their beautiful home and planted a garden of their own.

Bob built a distinguished thirty-eight year career at General Electric (GE) in Lynn, MA. Bob's contributions spanned many critical programs as chief design and structural engineer for the A-10 Thunderbolt II (TF34), Tornado F3, Bombardier CRJ (CF34), F-14 Tomcat (F110), F-117A Nighthawk Stealth Fighter (F404), Helicopter (CT7) and the M1 Tank (LV100) and began a Cargolifter Program (CF6) before retiring. Bob was granted top government security clearance for Military Defense and was recognized for his contributions with numerous awards. Most notably, he designed and tested the first ever GE FAA approved blade out test with an aluminum and kevlar honeycomb housing for the CF34 that he championed. His innovative design continues to thrive decades later in today's industry on many commercial flights with the highest thrust-to-weight ratio, providing smooth, safe and quiet flights.

Bob was not only a standout at work, but also at home. He built a play yard for his daughters, came home early for a catch, and was a ski instructor at Bradford Ski Area, his family's second home during the winter. Summer vacations were spent creating memories while camping on Lake Winnipesaukee with his family, his sisters, and their families. He also shared his passion for photography, archery and golf with his daughters. Bob loved boating off the dock he built. For over 20 years, the dock drew friends and family together. Waterskiing, tubing and fishing on the Merrimack River with his children and grandchildren were moments he treasured. After retiring, Bob traveled abroad with his wife Paulette and visited all 50 States. He attended GE Old Timers meetings and continued gardening. He also designed and built his own woodworking workshop where he meticulously crafted Windsor Chairs and other masterpieces. He and Paulette avidly followed their favorite Boston sports teams as true fanatics. Seeing his beloved Red Sox finally win the World Series four times was a dream come true.

Bob loved being a father and was thrilled to have two sons-in-law. His generosity was unending. He enjoyed sharing his wisdom, teaching them new skills, and relaxing over a drink and a cigar. Bob's grandchildren were his greatest pride and joy. He always made them laugh while teaching them new perspectives that often were adventurous and a bit mischievous. Bob was a grand fixture at all family holidays, birthdays, school and sporting events big and small throughout their lives. This brought him endless joy.

Bob is survived by the love of his life and best friend Paulette (Sevarino) Morse, his cherished daughters, Allison (Morse) Stone and her husband Kevin Stone of Natick, MA and Melissa (Morse) Carrington and her husband Jeffrey Carrington of Orange, CT and five treasured grandchildren Samantha, Jacob, Benjamin, Natalie and Grace. He is also survived by his mother-in-law Joanne Sevarino of West Hartford, CT predeceased by her husband Paul Sevarino, his Aunt Anna Mae (King) Dockery of Glastonbury, Conn. predeceased by her husband William Dockery, and his beloved sisters Susan (Morse) Cromie and her husband Fred Cromie of Hebron, Conn., and Deborah (Morse) Gayner of Portsmouth, NH and her longtime significant other Dr. William Maykel of Paxton, MA., his brothers-in-law and their spouses, attorney Angelo and Jean Sevarino of Broad Brook, CT and physician Kevin and Kim Sevarino of Cheshire, CT along with many adored nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews, cousins, friends, co-workers and neighbors.

The family would like to thank Dr. Denise Hirsh and her team for over thirty years of superior cardiac care, Dr. Stephen Schissel PCP, and the entire team at Fresenius Kidney Care of Newburyport for their warmth and compassion to both Bob and Paulette for the past four years.

In lieu of flowers, the family invites you to plant a tree as A Living Tribute. Please visit: https://www.alivingtribute.org/

Arrangements will be entrusted to Paul C. Rogers Funeral Home 2 Hillside Ave, Amesbury, MA 01913. A private burial will be held and Celebration of Bob's Life will be announced at a later date.
In Memoriam Richard A. Roberts 4/15/2020  
Roberts, Richard
Marietta, GA
| Marietta Daily Journal | 04-16
Richard Albert Roberts, 90, of Marietta, Georgia, died April 15, 2020. Born in California on June 3, 1929 to the late Bernard A. and Mildred L. Roberts. When he was two, his family moved to St. Johnsbury, Vermont where they were in the dairy and sugar maple farm business. He graduated from the St. Johnsbury Academy and attended Norwich University, Vermont.

During the Korean War, he served with the U. S. Army Infantry. After the war, he began his civil engineering career which took him around the world, as he built tunnels, dams and bridges in Australia, where his family lived for two years. His family also lived in Bolivia for two years, California, Washington, Oregon, Boston, Metro Washington, DC and finally Atlanta.

Never one to sit still, he consulted with firms in Singapore, New Guinea, Hong Kong, Thailand, most of Europe and Turkey. Dick provided supervision and management for the In Progress and Final Engineers Estimates for the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) Illinois, and prepared and bid TARP Tunnel projects for Contractors in 1975 and 1976. He has provided estimates and constructability studies on more than 600 miles of tunnels over a period of more than forty (40) years. Dick Roberts was a Principal Professional Associate at Parsons Brinkerhoff CS, with more than forty three years of experience in heavy civil construction and design. Twenty five of these years were spent working for contractors providing estimates and as construction project manager on major tunnels, dams, bridges, marine and hydro-electric projects worldwide. Dick spent eighteen years working for design firms, providing cost estimates, schedules and constructability reviews for mass transit tunnels, waste water tunnels, ocean outfalls, underground structures and major bridges and highway projects.

He enjoyed working with the Marietta Museum of History, helping to catalog the military exhibits. He was a member of the American Legion Post #29, the Lost Mountain Golden K Kiwanis Club where he was a Director, and a First Degree Mason. Dick published a book about his time in Bolivia, "Under the Eyes of the Condor."

He was preceded in death by his first wife of 50 years, Irene Alma Lemire Roberts of Stone Mountain, originally from Littleton, New Hampshire and by his daughter, Sandra Jeanne Roberts Markley of Stone Mountain. Survivors include his wife, Roberta D. Gates of Marietta; three sons, daughter, Roxanne Marie Roberts Ivins of Lilburn, Ga; three sons, Jeffrey Roberts of Wisconsin, Russell Roberts of Washington and Timothy Roberts of Riverdale, Ga; fourteen grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.

Dick will be buried at the Georgia National Cemetery in Canton. Mayes Ward Dobbins, Historic Marietta chapel in charge of arrangements.
In Memoriam Barbara G. Rose 4/4/2020  
Barbara G. Rose, 93, passed away peacefully on Wednesday April 8, 2020. Daughter of the late A.J. And Grace Gilbert, she grew up in Windsor attending Windsor High School and graduating from Vermont College in 1947.

Barbara and her late husband Walter were lifelong residents of Windsor, CT and lived a wonderful active life together into their late eighties. They were fortunate to have traveled the world on many adventures together.

Barbara was a beloved character whose unique and delightful perspective was expressed in her artwork. She was a professional award winning artist and a member of Windsor's Pallet and Brush Club for over 50 years, painting at least a painting per week through most of her life.

A story of Barbara's journey as an artist was featured in Yankee magazine. Her paintings decorate the walls of her many friends and relatives. Her artwork often spoke of the history of her beloved towns of Windsor and Groton Long Point. She played tennis and skied like a pro into her eighties.

The full life that she and Walt lived together was an inspiration to those lucky enough to have known them. She will be missed by her family and others whose lives she touched. Her husband Walt passed away 5 years ago. She leaves behind her daughter Nancy Logan and her husband Dave, son Gilbert and his wife Cindy, son Douglas and his wife Donna; seven grandchildren: Serene, Rosemary, Doug, Luke, Brian, Steve, Alex and fifteen great grandchildren.

A memorial service and celebration of her life will be held at a future date at Carmon Funeral home in Windsor, CT.
In Memoriam George F. Donovan 5/10/2020  
George F. Donovan, 81, passed away peacefully Sunday, May 10, 2020 in his home surrounded by family in St. Petersburg, FL after a long battle with Parkinson's Disease.
George was preceded in death by parents George and Ethel Donovan and sister Betty Harte. He is survived by his wife of 26 years, Bridget Donovan; daughter Lisa Donovan of Worcester; son David Donovan of Deerfield Beach, FL; grandchildren Lance and Olivia; his brother Michael Donovan of St. Petersburg, FL; and many nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.
George was born and raised in Worcester, MA but left the area shortly after graduating from Norwich University to serve in the US Army. Following the army, he began a career with IBM selling mainframe computers to aerospace customers; but his natural leadership and entrepreneurial skills led him to new opportunities in resort and land development. As President of Fairfield Communities and later CEO of Bluegreen Corporation, George earned industry respect, recognition and numerous awards for his contributions to the industry including ARDA's Lifetime Achievement Award and Ernst & Young's 2005 Florida Entrepreneur of the Year.
George was intelligent, quick-witted and ever the optimist. He was a voracious reader and loved military history. He also had a fascination for aviation, having obtained his license, and was an avid boater for years. George also enjoyed traveling, learning new languages, classical music, a fine glass of scotch and time with his family.
A life well lived is one which has goals and integrity, chosen and directed by the one who lives it to the fullest to become a human agent caught in the webs of society, business and history. That's the life George lived. He impacted thousands of people with grace and humility and had a profound impact on his loved ones.
A celebration of life will be held at a later date. For those wishing to honor George, memorial contributions may be sent to: Christel House, Attn. Becky Arnett, 10 West Market St., Suite 1990, Indianapolis, IN 46204 <x-apple-data-detectors://32/1>.

In Memoriam Brian C. Hartigan 5/8/2020  
Brian Charles Hartigan, 35, of Beaverton, Oregon, formerly of Kinnelon, NJ, passed away on May 8, 2020.

Born in Pompton Plains on May 9, 1984, Brian was the son of Henry W. (Harry) and Barbara L. Hartigan, husband of Rachelle Smith Hartigan, father of Henry and Margaret (Maggie) Hartigan, and best friend to his dog Hank.

Raised in Kinnelon, Brian was a 2002 graduate of Kinnelon High School. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Norwich University in Vermont and accepted a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army. As a Captain, Brian served in Iraq with the 37th Engineers before being accepted into the Special Forces Qualification Course where he earned his Green Beret.

Brian and Rachelle relocated to DuPont, Washington, where Brian became team leader of Operational Detachment Alpha 1336 of the First Special Forces Group at Fort Lewis, Washington. ODA 1336 was deployed to Afghanistan in 2013 where they served at a forward operating base returning in mid-2014. For his actions and leadership during combat operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, Brian was awarded the US Military Bronze Star.

Brian left active duty in 2016 but continued to serve in a Special Forces unit of the Washington National Guard where he achieved the rank of Major.

In addition to devoting his time to the Guard, Brian was employed as Marketplace Operations Manager at Nike in Beaverton, Oregon, where he worked until his passing. Brian brought to Nike unique specialized talents and experience, which inspired Nike to revise their US Military Leave Program to provide up to twelve weeks of paid time off every twelve months so full-time employees could continue to serve our country.

Brian had a passion for the outdoors and shared this with his wife Rachelle and their children Maggie and Henry, always including his favorite hound Hank. At home, Brian developed brilliant woodworking skills.

Brian was pre-deceased by his brother Timothy (Tim). His wife Rachelle, their children Maggie and Henry, his parents Barbara and Harry, his maternal grandmother Sienie McGuire, and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends will greatly miss him.

We who loved Brian are very proud of his accomplishments, his character, and his love of family.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Brian's name to the Green Beret Foundation at www.greenberetfoundation.org/donate.
In Memoriam Anthony M. Tammaro 4/1/2020  
TAMMARO, Anthony M. "Tony" Anthony Michael Tammaro, "Tony," better known as "Cucci" to his family and childhood friends, passed away April 1st, 2020, after a brief illness. Born June 15, 1935 in Boston, Massachusetts, Tony was a proud "North End" Italian through all his days.

The oldest of 5 siblings, Tony was the first in his family to graduate from college. After receiving his degree in electrical engineering from Norwich University, he proudly served in the US Army prior to beginning his civilian career with the US Department of Defense. Based in Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, Tony designed mission critical military radar, communications, and tactical weapon system components that were vital to US national security during the Cold War era.

A husband and devoted father of four, Tony was incredibly well rounded with a broad variety of interests and hobbies. He is remembered by his children for his passion for body surfing in the waves of the Jersey shore, bird-watching, carpentry, American history, good food and fine wine. He loved returning to Boston for the Feast of St. Anthony and visiting his family of whom he was immensely proud, and he enjoyed walking the streets of the North End with his children and grandchildren who he enchanted with vivid stories of his youth.

An extremely outgoing gentleman, Tony enjoyed the company of family and friends, sharing stories and engaging in good-natured debates about everything from UFOs to politics, and especially sports. Those who knew him will remember his undying support for his beloved Red Sox, Bruins, Celtics and Patriots, as he proudly proclaimed the (undeniable) superiority of the Boston sports teams even when he was surrounded and outnumbered by New York fans. In his later days,

Tony found joy in life's simple pleasures like visits to his favorite restaurants with his son Tom and dear family friend Carolyn, and sipping his morning coffee and an evening glass of wine or two from his sunroom overlooking Shark River, all with the companionship of his beloved cat "Fred" who has joined him in heaven.

Predeceased by his wife of 35 years, Alice "Millie" Tammaro, his mother, Filomena (Puopolo), father, Michael, and brother, Philip, Tony is survived by his children Tom of New Jersey, David and his wife Susan of Massachusetts, Suzanne of New Hampshire, and Robert and his wife Lauren of Illinois. Loving "GT" of grandchildren Khloe, Garret, Colin and Whitney O'Brien, Gabrielle and Jaclyn Tammaro, Karly Tammaro and Erik and Kariana Pelkey. He is also survived by his brothers Carmen and Michael, sister Sarah, and his first wife and college sweetheart Judith Will. Memorial services will be held at a later date. Donations in memory of Tony can be made to the Monmouth County Humane Society, 2960 Shafto Rd., Tinton Falls, New Jersey, 07753 or the Monmouth ASPCA, www.monmouthcountyspca.org/support/donate/
In Memoriam Paul M. Kalill 4/7/2020  
WESTFIELD
Paul M. Kalill, 77, Attorney and three-time Springfield City Counselor, of Westfield, Massachusetts tragically passed away on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 from COVID-19.

Paul held many titles and had a passion for education. He earned a bachelor's degree from Norwich University, a Juris Doctor degree from Suffolk University, a M.Ed in counseling psychology from Springfield College, and his PhD in forensic psychology from The Union Institute.

Paul loved sharing his knowledge through teaching at various universities and guided many students to success. He practiced law at Kalill, Glasser and Associates in Springfield with his law partner and friend of 42 years, Gerald Glasser. In 2018, Kalill was honored for 50 years of service by the Hampden County Bar Association.

Paul proudly served his country in the Vietnam War where he rose to the rank of Captain and undertook special assignments often alone in small villages. He was awarded a Bronze Star and other U.S. Army Commendations. He was a U.S. Land Reform Advisor in Vietnam and upon his return home, an advisor to President Jimmy Carter and other public office holders. Kalill was a proud democrat and an active figure in local, state, and federal politics.

Born in Pittsfield, MA to immigrant parents, he was proud of his Lebanese heritage. Paul was a pillar in the Lebanese community and a member of St. Anthony's Maronite Catholic Church in Springfield. Paul was a man who loved to be in the company of family and friends, and they loved to be with him. His personality endeared him to all of them, and he was an extremely devoted and loyal husband, father and friend.

Paul is survived by his wife, Allison Gearing-Kalill; his five children, Robert Kalill, Ann Wood, Peter Kalill, Ashley Gearing & Katherine Rose Kalill; three grandchildren, Sam, Gordon & Violet as well as many nephews, nieces, cousins; and his beloved pup, Coda.

In lieu of flowers, the Kalill Scholarship Fund has been created by his family. Donations can be mailed to: Florence Savings Bank ,1010 Union Street, Suite E, West Springfield, MA 01089. Or online through paypal.me/KalillFund. For additional information, contact: kalillscholarship@gmail.com

A Celebration of Life and Military Committal Service will be held and announced at a later date.

St. Pierre - Phaneuf Springfield Chapels (413-737-1177) is assisting his family. For more details and online condolences, please visit: www.stpierrephaneuf.com


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In Memoriam Paul R. Myers 4/13/2020  
Service for Paul "Paulie" Richard Myers, 80, will be held at a later date in Ft. Jackson National Cemetery.

Paulie passed away Tuesday, April 7, 2020. Born in Springfield, MA, he was the son of the late William and Bertha O'Brien Myers. He was the husband of Carolyn Companick Myers, affectionately known as "his rambling rose". Paulie received his BS in Civil Engineering from Norwich University. He served a 28 year career with the United States Army and Army Reserves retiring as LTC. Paulie began a second career as a Civil Engineer with the United States Forest Service. He was a member of Our Lady of the Hills Catholic Church.

An extensive world-wide traveler, Paulie and Carolyn enjoyed their trips throughout the US as well as many foreign countries. Paulie was well versed in the financial market and also enjoyed hiking, golfing, tennis, and exercise. Surviving in addition to his wife, Carolyn are his sons, Kenneth Myers (Jody), David Myers (Camarina); grandchildren, Jessica (Kyle), Tanner Myers, and Caroline Myers. Paulie was preceded in death y three brothers and two sisters.
In Memoriam Deborah Nelson 1/2/2020  
Deborah (Deb) L. Nelson, 66, of Concord, NH passed away peacefully on Thursday, January 2, 2020 at Concord Hospital. The daughter of John B. and Mary Margaret (Gallant) Nelson born on September 24, 1953 in Concord.

A graduate of Concord High School and Norwich University. Deb worked as the manager at The Racquet Ball Club of Concord.

Members of her family include her brother, John "Jack" Nelson Jr.; several cousins and many friends.

A funeral service will be held at Bennett Funeral Home, 209 N. Main St. Concord, on Friday, January 10, 2019 at 1PM officiated by Brother Charles Edward OLW.

A private burial will be held at the convenience of the family in the family plot at Blossom Hill Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to The Maura Fund, c/o Blackwater Veterinary, 131 Old Turnpike Rd Salisbury, NH.

Arrangements are entrusted to the Bennett Funeral Home of Concord. To read the full obituary and to leave fond memories and expressions of sympathy please visit https://www.BennettFuneral.com for the Nelson family.
In Memoriam Corrinne A. Demoss 4/1/2020  
On Tuesday, March 3, 2020, Corrinne A. DeMoss, loving wife and mother of two children, passed away peacefully at age 59 after a valiantly fought battle with cancer.
Corrinne was born on July 18, 1960 in Chicopee, Massachusetts on Westover Air Force Base to Frank and Dolores (Anctil) Kokoszka. She married her best friend and love of her life, James Jace DeMoss, in 1984 and they enjoyed 35 years of marriage together.

Corrinne graduated from Norwich University, specializing in Communication and Computer Electronics. She then continued on to Johns Hopkins University and received her master's degree in Environmental Engineering. Corrinne was also a United States Air Force officer. She served the Air Force as Lieutenant Colonel and completed 22 years of service. Following the years of service to her country, she worked as a Patriot BMC4I Six Sigma Lead at Raytheon. In June of 2019, she retired from Raytheon and moved back to her childhood town in Bourne, Massachusetts with her husband.

Corrinne had a passion for traveling and being outdoors. She loved skiing, ice skating and walks along the Cape Cod canal with her dog, Sweet Pea. She was also a talented interior designer, a loyal Boston Red Sox fan, and a competitive card and bananagrams player. All whom loved her dearly will forever remember her honorable service to our country, dedication as a loving wife and parent, energetic personality, and fun-loving free spirit.

She will be deeply missed and survived by her husband James DeMoss, children Samantha and Michelle DeMoss, mother Dolores Kokoszka, and brother David Kokoszka.

Visitation will be held on Sunday, March 8, 2020 from 4 to 7pm at the Nickerson-Bourne Funeral Home 40 MacArthur Blvd., Bourne, MA. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. on Monday, March 9, 2020 at St. John the Evangelist Church 841 Shore Road Pocasset, MA. Interment will be private.
In Memoriam Elaine J. Garrahy 2/22/2020  
Elaine Jabs Garrahy, 79, of Rocky Hill, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, February 22nd at her home. She was born in Waterbury CT on December 2, 1940, the daughter of Waldemar and Angela (Skoblicka) Jabs. After graduating from Cheshire High School, Elaine earned an Associate's degree from Vermont College in Montpelier, VT and then worked in business administration for IBM in Montpelier VT, Boston MA, and Hartford CT.

At the wedding of her sister Barbara in 1963 she met Edward Garrahy, who was the next-door neighbor and childhood friend of the groom, Andre Lesperance. This fateful introduction began a loving partnership between Ed and Elaine that lasted 49 years until Edward's death in 2015. The two were married in 1966 and settled in Rocky Hill, where they built their home, raised their family, and became an integral part of the community. In 1977 Elaine rejoined the work force through the temp agency Manpower, which introduced her to Trinity College, who shrewdly optioned her as a direct employee. After nearly 25 years of service during which time she witnessed the graduation of two of her four children, Elaine retired from Trinity in 2006 as the Assistant to the Dean of Faculty.

Elaine was a Life Member of the Irish American Home Society and very involved with the Central Connecticut Celtic Cultural Committee (CCCCC). She held various positions and responsibilities within that organization including Secretary of the CCCCC, Chair of the Person of the Year/Parade Grand Marshal Reception, and Chair of the Rocky Hill St Patrick's Day Parade Committee. In 2003 she was honored as the Town Marshal for Rocky Hill's contingent to the parade.

She was an active communicant of St. James Church in Rocky Hill. She was also well known for her unofficial duties, which included hosting a variety of celebrations (the annual Garrahy carol sing and 4th of July parties, among others), acting as the surrogate mother/grandmother to many friends, relatives, and animals, and tirelessly supporting family and community activities which involved all manner of cooking, coaching, sewing, teaching, and general cheerleading.

Elaine leaves her children: Patrick Garrahy and his wife Melissa (Mills) of Mansfield, MA, Kate Garrahy and her husband Michael Wilcox of Rocky Hill, Ammer Garrahy of Rocky Hill, and Edward Garrahy and his wife Katie (Callender) of Seattle, WA; her grandchildren: Emma, Daniel, and Caitlin Garrahy of Mansfield, MA, and Adeline Garrahy of Seattle, WA; her step-great-grandchildren Taryn Wilcox of East Hartford, CT, and Kye and Michelina Wilcox of Manchester, CT; her siblings: Walter Jabs of Dumfries, VA and Barbara Lesperance and her husband Andre of Holly Springs, NC; as well as many nieces and nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews, and a host of friends.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday February 28 at 10 AM at St. Josephine Bakhita Parish at St. James Church, 767 Elm St, Rocky Hill. Everyone is invited to go directly to the church. Burial will follow at Rose Hill Memorial Park, Rocky Hill. Family and friends are invited to call at the Farley-Sullivan Funeral Home, 34 Beaver Rd, Wethersfield on Thursday from 4 to 7 PM. Memorial contributions may be made in Elaine's name to Covenant House, Times Square Station, P.O. Box 731, New York, NY 10108-0900.

To extend online condolences, share a memory, and/or light a memorial candle, please visit farleysullivan.com.

Published in The Hartford Courant on Feb. 25, 2020
In Memoriam George Hadgigeorge 3/15/2020  
Mountain Lakes, NH George Hadgigeorge of 349 White Mountain Rd died on March 15 th at his home surrounded by his family after his lengthy battle with Parkinson's Disease.

George was born on July 13th, 1935 in Tsaritsani, Greece to Yianni and Efthalia Hadgigeorge. George lived in Laryssa, Greece during his childhood years with his parents, his brother Steve, and sisters Bessy and Evelyn. When he was a teenager he moved with his family to the U.S, and they settled in Manchester, NH.

George attended Norwich University Military College as a cadet and excelled in Mathematics. He was also a stellar performer on the soccer field for the Norwich Cadets. He graduated from Norwich in 1960 and fulfilled his military obligation as a unit tank commander at Fort Knox, Kentucky.

After his honorable discharge from the Army, George was hired at the Defense Mapping Agency in Washington, D.C. Shortly after being hired, George married Anna Gravanis from Haverhill, MA, originally from Tsaritsani, Greece. A few years later, George took a job as a geodesist at the Air Force Geophysics Laboratory at Hanscom Air Force Base in Bedford, MA. He and Anna moved to Lowell, MA and started their family. Shortly thereafter, they moved to Tewksbury, MA where they raised their 2 daughters, Thalia and Mary, and lived there until George retired from civil service at the young age of 50.

As a geodesist, George was published countless times for his work in utilizing satellite altimeter measurements in geodesy and gravity field determination. In June of 1982, George won the prestigious Research and Development Special Award from the Defense Mapping Agency in Washington, D.C. for his work in utilizing various mathematical techniques to determine the global geoid and earth's gravity field. His achievements in geoidal and gravity field determination were ultimately utilized in guidance systems to enhance missile accuracy for the U.S. Air Force.

Upon retirement, George and Anna settled in their vacation home in Mountain Lakes, NH and sold their home in Tewksbury, MA. Subsequently, George and Anna purchased an oceanfront, 7 th floor condo in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. They dubbed their condo Thalassa (meaning Sea in Greek). They had the best of both worlds for many years as they spent the colder months at Thalassa and would head back to the Greek's Nest in Mountain Lakes after mud season to enjoy the spring, summer, and fall.

George was always happiest around his family and would relish family visits to either of his homes. Every July 4 th George would cook a lamb on his custom spit for the family celebration in Mountain Lakes. He loved cooking on his grill for his family and friends and was known to sip an Ouzo or two, especially during family celebrations. George was a lover of Greek music and was known to blare it from his speakers sitting outside on his dock in NH. He was a talented Greek dancer and would display his rare talents at weddings, home, or work Christmas parties. He may have even been found dancing on a table or two, should the spirit move him!

Wherever he was, at work or in his personal life, George had a magnetic personality. People just wanted to be near him, as he was a unique soul with a generous heart that matched his love of life. George was the epitome of class, style, and confidence. Maria, his granddaughter, referred to him as the magic in our family . George was a man's man who was appreciated and respected by men and women alike. George had dashing good looks and when anyone complimented him on his hair or appearance he'd simply respond by saying " I know. "

George (also known as Papou to his grandchildren) will be lovingly missed by his wife Anna, daughter and son-in-law Thalia and Bob Bessette of Mountain Lakes, daughter Mary Houde of Mountain Lakes, his granddaughters and their partners, Lianna Bessette and Scott Stelter of Arlington, MA, Maria Bessette and Jesse Tarnas of Providence, RI, and grandson Antonio Houde of Mountain Lakes. He is predeceased by his brother Steve of Palm Beach, FL and sister Bessy Romaides of Manchester, NH and Volos, Greece. He is survived by his sister Evelyn and husband Tash Dovas of Hampton, NH, Claire and Nestor Tzouros of Needham, MA, Nick and Esther Gravanis of Easton, CT, Eva Gravanis of Toronto, Canada, Eleni Hadgigeorge of Palm Beach, FL and countless nieces and nephews.
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