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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 Clark A. Smith 9/27/2022  
Clark A. Smith, 60, of Londonderry, NH, passed away on September 27, 2022, at Mass General Hospital in Boston, MA, after a long battle with heart failure. As always, he was a fighter until the end and greatly admired for his stoic nature.

Born in 1962, Clark spent his early years in Vermont. He became a determined athlete, playing high school football and was state champion in wrestling. He went on to play rugby in college and was an advanced skier, snowboarder, and avid outdoorsman. He graduated from Norwich University in 1984. After marrying his wife, Kimberly, they settled in Londonderry in 1997. Clark held various positions as an Insurance Broker, Entrepreneur, Realtor, and most recently as a Manager at Home Depot in Salem, NH.

Clark was a true do-it-yourself man of many talents. He could fix just about anything. He never went anywhere without striking up a conversation. And if you ever needed information about a location, he'd probably been there and could give you a "shortcut". Clark had a passion for animals, especially the family's newest boxer, Liko. He loved the outdoors - whether he was fishing, hiking, camping, or trying something new. He never tired of trying to catch 'the big one' and always had the highest tally of the day.

Clark also loved watching sports, especially when his sons were on the lacrosse field. Many will remember him as Coach Clark, as he was an amazing asset to the town's youth lacrosse program. He passed along his love of sports and competitive nature to his children. Clark spent many days riding his motorcycle and connecting with others over this interest. He hosted an annual motorcycle event called CroMag, and will be deeply missed by the special friends he made. Anyone who knew Clark will never forget his deep laugh, contagious grin, and "Clark-isms". Clark was larger than life, his shoes cannot be filled.

He leaves his wife, Kimberly, and their sons, Mason and Hunter, of Londonderry, NH; his daughter, Amanda, of Concord, NH; parents, Joy and Wayne Smith, of Weathersfield, VT; and sister and her husband, Brianne and Scot Bemis, and their children Abby and Bret.

A Celebration of Life will be held by Clark's family on Saturday, Oct. 15, 3:30-5:30pm at The Orchard Church, 136 Pillsbury Rd, Londonderry, NH. The open house will be a relaxed gathering and friends are invited to come share fond memories and to bring a written story or impression of Clark that his children can treasure. Donations can be made to an education fund for Clark's children at https://everloved.com/life-of/clark-smith/

There will also be a gathering being held by Clark's parents at his childhood home on Saturday, Oct. 8, 11am, 1161 Rt 5, Weathersfield Bow, VT. Lunch and non-alcoholic drinks will be provided. BYOB is welcome. Clark was most comfortable in Carhartts or khakis, so dress comfortably for an outdoor event. Please bring a chair if you are able. For food purposes, RSVP to Brianne at 603-667-6316.
In Memoriam John W. Adey 7/20/2022  
John W. Adey, Jr., 84, of Drexel Hill, PA, died July 20, 2022 at his longtime home in Drexel Hill. Raised in Yeadon, he was a graduate of Yeadon High and received his Bachelor's degree from Norwich University.

Commissioned as Lieutenant, Jack served in the U.S. Army and Reserves. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge and of Bethany Collegiate Church. He owned and operated Adey's Exxon Station at the corner of Burmont & State Roads in Drexel Hill until his retirement in 2019.

Jack was an avid sports fan, loved Ocean City, boating and fishing. He will best be remembered as a loving family man, husband, dad and granddad.

Husband of the late Carolyn who died in 2004 and father of the late John W. "Jack" Adey, III, who died in 2019; survivors include his daughters Cheryl Seidel (the late Kevin), Linda Stein (Harry), Wendy Moran (Jim) and Sue D'Antonio, siblings Barbara Ann Jones, Gregory Adey, 10 grand and 2 great-grandchildren.

Funeral Service will be 11:00AM, Thursday, July 28, 2022 at the Toppitzer Funeral Home at Arlington Cemetery. Visitation begins at 9:30AM

Contributions: in his memory to The Timothy School, 973 Old Lancaster Rd., Berwyn 19312, would be preferred.

https://thetimothyschool.org

Condolences/online obituary:www.Arlingtoncemetery.us
In Memoriam William G. Clark 9/29/2022  
William "Bill"G. Clark, 83, of the Hungry Hill area of Springfield, MA passed away peacefully on Monday, September 26, 2022, surrounded by his loving family at Baystate Medical Center.

Born in Philadelphia, PA on April 28, 1939, Bill was a beloved son of the late William and Alice (Noble) Clark. He grew up in Chicopee and was a 1957 graduate of Chicopee High School. He then went onto Monson Academy for a post-grad year before graduating from Norwich University in 1962.

Bill proudly served his country in the United States Army as a First Lieutenant, stationed in Korea. Upon completion of his military duties, Bill moved out to California where he served as a junior civil engineer for the California Highway Department. He then returned to Massachusetts and embarked on a remarkable forty-year career as a senior engineer for Daniel O'Connell & Sons. His co-workers would often say, "Rome wasn't built in a day because Bill Clark was not in charge."

He was a member of the Men of Faith, the YMCA, and the Faith United Methodist Church in Chicopee. Bill loved reading, walking in Forest Park, attending his children's and grandchildren's sporting events, landscaping with his son on Cape Cod, and his many trips to Maine with his wife. Above all, he cherished spending time with his wife, Peggy, of 51 years, their 7 children, and 15 grandchildren who will miss him dearly and forever remember him in their hearts.

He was predeceased by a son, William Clark and a sister, Muriel Wilk. He leaves his wife, Margaret A. "Peggy" (Dwyer) Clark, four sons, Andrew Clark and his wife, Debbie, of East Sandwich, Douglas Clark and his wife, Pilar, of Wilbraham, Gavin Clark of Springfield, Connell Clark and his wife, Christina, of West Springfield, two daughters, Molly Peters and her husband, Norm, of Bloomfield, CT, Nora Ellerbrook and her husband, Tommy, of East Longmeadow, his daughter-in-law Tara Clark of Agawam, and his grandchildren: Hope, Kathryn, Tim, Makena, Matteo, Michael, Nicolas, Luciana, Eva, Thomas, Michaela, Maya, Jack, Drew, and Luke. He also leaves his cousin, Jim Clark and his wife, Kathy, of North Carolina and several nieces and nephews.

Calling hours are Sunday from 3-6pm at Curran Jones Funeral Home, 109 Main Street, West Springfield. A Funeral Service will also be held at Curran Jones Funeral Home on Monday at 9:30am followed by an 11am veterans burial service at the Massachusetts Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Agawam.

In lieu of flowers, his family requests that donations be made to Faith United Methodist Church, 191 Montcalm Street, Chicopee, MA 01020.

For online condolences, please visit www.curranjones.com.

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In Memoriam Richard W. Harvey 9/6/2022  
Richard "Dick" W. Harvey of Boiling Spring Lakes, North Carolina, died on September 6, 2022, at the age of 88.

Dick was born on October 21, 1933 to Wilbur James Harvey and Frances Veronica Duval Harvey, in North Andover, Massachusetts.

He graduated from Norwich University in 1955 and became a commissioned officer in the United States Army. He promptly married the love of his life, Nancy Russell, in May of 1955.

Dick served his country for over 20 years in the United States Army, while he and Nancy raised three sons. He twice commanded tanks on the border with the Eastern Bloc during the Cold War. He also fought in Vietnam during the TET offensive. The U.S. Army recognized Dick's service by awarding him the Bronze Star and Legion of Merit, among other honors.

After retiring from the military as a Colonel in 1976, he and Nancy moved to Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, one of their favorite vacation spots, where he began teaching automobile mechanics to teenagers at the Dowell J. Howard Vocational School. Eventually he became principal of that school, and served in that capacity for many years.

Upon retiring from his second career, he began to serve on the Town of Bath Planning Commission and as a deacon of their church, the Berkeley Springs Presbyterian Church.

Dick and Nancy were lifelong travelers, and they enjoyed spending time in Boiling Spring Lakes. After 65 years together, Dick's beloved wife Nancy passed in March 2020, and it was after her passing that Dick permanently relocated to Boiling Spring Lakes.

Dick was an avid tinkerer and gardener, and he was never happy without a project or two to work on. He was a voracious reader, with a particular fondness for Westerns. He was also a dog person and, throughout his life, he always had a canine companion.

He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather. He liked nothing better than being with his friends and family. He will be truly missed.

He is survived by his children, Richard J. Harvey and Elsa Toledo-Harvey, Steve and Vicki Harvey, and Dean and Cathy Harvey; his grandchildren, Sara and Patrick Jackson, Richard S. Harvey and Lindsey Webster, Beth and Tyler Gunn, and Ian Harvey; his great-grandchildren, Wilder Jackson and Miller Gunn; and his friends and his dog, Ike.

The family would like to express its enormous gratitude to Lois Hobday and Lynne Kusleika, who not only helped him to live his best life but were also his dear friends.

The family is planning a private memorial.
In Memoriam John A. Kozen 8/16/2022  
John Albert Kozen, age 76, of Airmont, New York passed away on Tuesday, August 16, 2022. John was born May 2, 1946.

John Albert Kozen, 76, of Airmont, New York, passed away on August 16, 2022, due to complications from prostate cancer. He was born in Patterson, New Jersey, and grew up in nearby Paramus, where he developed lifelong interests in the military and auto mechanics, playing army and rebuilding a WWII army jeep. He graduated from Paramus High School and went on to attend Norwich University in Northfield, Vermont, graduating with a BS in Business Administration.

John was commissioned as a 2nd Lt. and began his military career by attending Quartermaster School at Fort Lee, Virginia. After completing Quartermaster school, he was stationed in Zweibrucken, Germany, but before reporting for duty overseas, he married his love and partner, Carla. In Germany, the couple made lifelong memories and friendships, and John pursued his interest in cars. He left active duty after a tour in Vietnam, but later served in the National Guard and the Army Reserves. His military career ended for good after he was activated again following 9/11, and spent 9 months at Tobyhanna Army Depot in Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania. He retired as a LTC, but never tired of sharing tales of his military experiences and always had a story for family, friends, and even strangers.

As a civilian, John worked as an automotive accountant. He loved providing car advice and working in his custom-built garage, known to everyone as Garage Mahal. He spent hours working on his cars, especially his Porsche, and repairing odd and assorted broken engines. It seemed as if he could repair anything.

John was an active member of Bergen Highlands United Methodist Church in Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, where his fix-it skills and knowledge of mechanics were often called upon for repairs. The church community appreciated his stories, generosity of time, and humor.
In Memoriam Ralph R. Romano 9/19/2022  
ITCHBURG - Ralph R. Romano Jr, 87, of 20 Romano Ave., died Monday, September 19, of natural causes after a long and happy life.

He was born in Fitchburg on March 28, 1935, the son of the late Ralph R. Romano Sr. and Fannie (Salvatore) Romano.

Ralph lived a rich life. He was a dedicated family man, made life-long friends, and was dedicated to his career as a civil engineer. He was a 1952 graduate of Fitchburg High School and went on to receive his civil engineering degree at Norwich University Military College of Vermont in 1956. Upon graduating, he was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant into the Army Corps of Engineers and was called to active duty shortly, thereafter, achieving the rank of 1st Lieutenant. He served until November of 1958, leaving the Army to return home to help his family after the early passing of his father. Ralph was most proud of his nearly 40-year career with the Commonwealth of Mass DPW (now MassDOT) where he served in various positions including the District 4 Construction Engineer. Ralph was also the Resident Engineer for the original construction of I-190 from Leominster through Sterling.

Ralph loved fishing and hunting and always found ways to help his family, friends, and community. He was an active member of the Leominster Sportsman's Club serving as President and Treasurer and volunteering many hours there, including providing the engineering for the relocation of the trap and skeet range and running the pheasant program for many years. He was a member of St. Anthony di Padua Parish in Fitchburg and the Order of the Sons of Italy, Cristoforo Colombo Regina Elena Fitchburg Lodge, #169.

Ralph's family is very grateful for his 16 years of grit and determination to persevere through many health challenges after the devastating loss of his wife, Simone, in February of 2006. He knew his family needed him and he was determined to be engaged in life to the very end.

Ralph is now with his loving wife, Simone, who he was married to for over 46 years until her passing on February 1, 2006. He leaves his brother, Peter S. Romano and sister-in-law, Margaret Romano, of Westminster, five children; sons Ralph R. Romano, III and his wife Lori and Michael A. Romano and his wife Ann, all from Fitchburg; daughters Patricia A. Leavenworth and her husband Gary of Westminster; Christina Duffy and her husband Steve of Bradenton, FL, and his daughter Karen, who cared for him in his home for the past five years with her partner Billy Parks. He also leaves seven grandchildren, Gary Jr., Samantha, Anthony, Katherine, Simelia, Gianni, and Cody, four great-grandchildren, Nova May, Gabriel, Allison, and Molly; his faithful dog, Buddy, and many cousins and lifelong friends, including his childhood friend, Louis Bellabara of Fitchburg who he shared many adventures with for over 80 years.

Date of Service: September 27, 2022

The funeral will be held Tuesday, September 27th, in St. Anthony di Padua Church, 84 Salem St, Fitchburg at 11:00am. Burial will be held at a later date with family. Calling hours will be held in Brandon Funeral Home, 305 Wanoosnoc Rd., Fitchburg, MA on Monday, September 26th from 4-7pm. Flowers may be sent or gifts may be made to Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in memory of Simone Romano to support cancer research and patient care at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, P.O. Box 849168, Boston, MA 02284 or via www.jimmyfund.org/gift.
In Memoriam Arthur L. Dickerman 9/9/2022  
DICKERMAN, Arthur L. Arthur Lee Dickerman of Newton, MA, passed away peacefully (but reluctantly), surrounded by his family, on Friday, September 9th at the age of 80. He maintained his fighting spirit and good sense of humor until the very end. He loved life and his family, and was not thrilled about leaving, but had no regrets.

Arthur attended military college at Norwich University, graduating with a degree in Civil Engineering. He loved his alma mater and credited his military background for much of his success in life, particularly his fortitude. After serving in the Corps of Engineers, he went on to a long and successful career in commercial construction, ultimately founding his own company, A.L. Dickerman Construction, where he completed numerous projects, including many for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He genuinely loved talking to people and was gifted with the ability to get along with just about anyone.

Arthur was most proud of his family, who he put above all else. He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Diane, his daughter Jessica (Matthew) Greenberger, his son Andrew (Erin), along with his five grandchildren, Alex, Katelyn, Spencer, Crosby, and Lucy.

Funeral Services will be held in the Chapel at Sharon Memorial Park, 40 Dedham St., Sharon on Thursday, September 15th at 1PM. Interment following the service. Memorial Observance will be held at his late residence on Thursday following the Service from 4-8pm.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (Dr. McDermott Kidney Cancer Research Fund) or MSPCA Angell Kindness and Care for Animals. For donations to the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, please make checks payable to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (in memo section state: Dr. McDermott Kidney Cancer Research). Mail to: David F. McDermott MD, 330 Brookline Ave., Kirstein 218, Boston, MA 02215.
In Memoriam Philip R. Marsilius 9/1/2022  
Philip R. Marsilius
Philip R. Marsilius passed away peacefully at the age of 100 on September 1st in his home in the Black Rock section of Bridgeport. A Memorial Service will take place on Saturday, September 24th at 2:00 p.m. at the First Church Congregational, 148 Beach Road, Fairfield. He is survived by his wife Phyllis and son Norman.
In Memoriam Rockwell T. Rookey 9/3/2022  
Rockwell T. Rookey, 69, of East Windsor passed away on Saturday, September 3, 2022, at St. Francis Hospital in Hartford. Born October 25, 1952, in Springfield, MA, son of the late Rockwell and Helen (Papafil) Rookey. He is survived by his partner, Marcia Hughes of East Windsor; his siblings, Ronald Rookey and wife Marcy of Suffield, Rodney Rookey and partner Karen Dardanelli of Suffield, and Evangeline Christian and husband Karl of West Suffield; a cousin who was like a brother, Brian Stephenson and wife, Andi and children, Violet and Mae of East Windsor; nieces and nephews, Crista Rookey and partner and son, Justin and Van Houseman, Ralle Rookey and wife Lauren Rookey, and Kate and Ryan Rookey; and Marcia Hughes' daughter, Jessica McNeil and husband Joseph and their children, Maci and Daisy McNeil.

Rockwell, "Rock", spent the first ten years of his life in Enfield before moving to Suffield in 1962. After graduating from Suffield High School, Rock attended Norwich University, graduating with a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering in 1975. He quickly became a well-respected civil engineer in the industrial flooring industry which grew throughout his career until "retiring" in 2012, after which he continued with consulting projects, volunteer projects, and many personal hobbies.

The motto for Norwich University was "I will try", which Rock certainly lived up to throughout his life of trying many, many things. His avid passion for motorsports started as a young child after rebuilding a minibike found in the rubble of the Old Enfield-Suffield bridge. As soon as he could, Rock began racing autocross in his Porsche 914, followed shortly after with finding a calling with road racing. He quickly made a name for himself in a number of racing organizations, the SCCA, the HRG, and earned Rookie of the Year with the Porsche Club of America. Rock kept meticulous care of his beloved '73 Porsche 911 which he raced for nearly three decades before venturing into the world of road rally as a navigator in The Great Race over the past decade. When not at the track, Rock could almost always be found in the garage, tinkering on cars and motorcycles alike. Rock never backed down from a challenge, no matter how big or how small. His love for learning, resourcefulness, respectable record keeping, and get-it-done approach kept him busy with multiple projects at a time while rarely did he let anything go unfinished.

Rock was a true adventurer with a love for travel, arguably beginning with an 11-month road trip to California in 1977. After blowing the motor in his Porsche 914 only a few days into the trip, in true Rock fashion, he was back on the road just three days later after sourcing and swapping a new engine in the parking lot of a local garage. Since then, Rock has logged hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions of miles on his motorcycle throughout the US, becoming an official member of the "Iron Butt Association". Travel did not end at the bounds of the US - he enjoyed motorcycle excursions in nearly every continent, including through the Himalayas and the Andes, India, Canada, New Zealand, Patagonia, and much, much more. Along the way, Rock's sociable and charming energy resulted in befriending people from all over the world, from a wide range of different backgrounds.

After retiring in 2011 at the age of 59, Rock did anything but relax. In addition to the continuation of his many adventures, he dove deep into his passion for original Indian Motorcycles, ultimately becoming the treasurer of The 101 Association as well as finding his very-own 1928 Indian Scout. He was an active member of the British Iron Association of CT and was voted as Rider of the Year. As a long-distance rider on a BMW, he was also a member of the BMW Club. Most recently, he was a leader in helping his brother Ronald rebuild his '63 Ford Galaxie.

Rock was exceptionally proud of the projects he accomplished working as a professional engineer for the University of Hartford's Engineers Without Borders. Most notable, Rock provided training and technical assistance on the development of a multi-grain thresher, facilitating three interconnected business markets in rural Western Kenya: fabricators of the thresher, distributors of the machine, and production of grain as a cash crop by small-scale farmers. Working alongside his partner, Marcia, the two further developed their own relationship and built a beautiful life together over the past decade. They shared a passion for their abundant vegetable garden, beekeeping, their social work in Kenya and India, and travel. Some of their favorite trips included a vacation to California, a motorcycle trip around Ireland, and multiple motorcycle trips to Canada to visit Marcia's daughter and two granddaughters.

Rock's welcoming energy, kind 'do no wrong' demeaner, and gentle humming will be missed by friends and family. It was clear that the values most important to Rock were family, community, and making a genuine connection with others. Anyone who had the honor of meeting Rock knew that he was very open and accepting - a conversation with Rock quickly revealed his thoughtfulness and sincere interest in the people and world around him.

His family will receive friends on Thursday, September 8, 2022 from 2-4 PM and 6-8 PM at Nicholson & Carmon Funeral Home, 443 East St. N. (Rt. 159), Suffield. Family and friends may gather at 9:00 AM at Nicholson & Carmon Funeral Home followed by 10:00 am funeral services at St. Luke's Greek Orthodox Church, 400 Prospect St., East Longmeadow, MA. Burial will be in St. Joseph Cemetery, Suffield. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to: Native American Rights Fund (NARF), (303) 447-8760, 1506 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80302. To leave on-line condolences please visit www.carmonfuneralhome.com.

In Memoriam Joseph T. Tumidajewicz 9/3/2022  
Joseph T. Tumidajewicz 1940 - 2022 Chicopee Joseph T. Tumidajewicz, 81, of Chicopee, passed away on Saturday, September 3, 2022.

Born in Philadelphia, PA on December 2, 1940, he was the son of the late Catherine Tumidajewicz-Savey. Joe was a 1959 graduate of Chicopee High School where he was a delegate to Massachusetts Boy's State. He received his B.S. in Engineering Management from Norwich University, Northfield, VT in 1963.

Joe proudly served his country as a member of the U.S. Army during the Vietnam Era. He went on to work as Operations Manager for Rexcel Co, overseeing 3 locations. He later worked as an ISO auditor and contractor. J

oe was a life member of the Vietnam Veterans of America Post 111, Galaxy Community Council, American Legion Post 353, Chicopee Historical Society and a past chair of the Chicopee Rent Control Board. He was a communicant of St. Anthony of Padua Parish.

Joe is survived by his devoted and loving wife of 49 years Arelia "Gaye" (Dillon) Tumidajewicz of Chicopee, his sister Caroline Momberg (Wayne) of Ft. Myers, FL, his niece DebbyAnn Bowler (James) of Philadelphia, PA, his nephew Daniel Momberg (Lynn) of Perrysburg, OH. He also leaves his great-nephews and godsons Brandon and Connor Bowler; Hayden and Keegan Momberg and his great-niece Sienna Momberg.

Funeral Services for Joe will be Friday, September 9, 2022 at 10:00 AM at St. Anthony of Padua Church, 56 Saint Anthony St., Chicopee., MA. Please meet directly at church. Rites of Committal with Military Honors will follow at St. Stanislaus Cemetery. Visiting hours will be Thursday, September 8, 2022 from 5:00-7:00 PM at the Kapinos-Mazur Funeral Home, 64 Sewall St., Ludlow, MA.

Donations in Joe's memory may be made to Tunnels to Towers Foundation, 2361 Hylan Blvd, Staten Island, NY 10306 or www.t2t.org.or if you prefer flowers are always welcome. For more information please go to www.kapinosmazurfh.com.

In Memoriam Michael C. Mallon 8/24/2022  
Michael Christopher Mallon of Danbury, CT formerly of New Fairfield, passed away suddenly at the young age of 36, on Wednesday, August 24th, 2022 in San Diego, California.

Michael was born July 9th, 1986, in Mount Kisco, NY. Michael is survived by his fiancé and best friend, Aneta Witoslaw (Danbury, CT), precious son Francis Michael, step-son Alan Wilenski, his loving parents Michael and Deborah Mallon, sister Brittany (Ryan) Doughan of Trumbull, CT, brothers; Christopher (Michelle) Mallon of San Diego, CA, and Ryan (Lauren Smith) Mallon of Saratoga Springs, NY, nephew Rory Doughan, Grandmother Pauline Mallon, massive extended family of his beloved Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, and his loving circle of Friends. Mike is predeceased by his grandparents James and Gloria Grimes (Somers, NY) and Francis Mallon (Stratford, CT).

Michael was a proud graduate of New Fairfield HS (2005) and Norwich University (class of 2009) and served in the US Army, currently as a Captain, Active Reservist. Mike and his military unit provided protective service to the US Army Medical teams in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake in Haiti in 2010.

Mike's distinction in life was his unconditional love of his beautiful partner Aneta and his boys. The greatest joy of Mike's life was his precious Francis. It was love at first sight. They were inseparable. His heart overflowed with love and happiness with every moment spent together. In only three short years, the bond was formed, never to be broken. There aren't enough words to describe their loving bond as a family.

Mike was employed by MSA Security, canine bomb detection unit in NYC. During his 10+ year employment, Mike covered many major NYC posts including the United Nations, 26 Federal Plaza and most recently the Staten Island Ferry with his faithful EOD canine always at his side. Highlights included protective coverage during the UN General Assembly and safe passage of 30,000+ NYC Marathon runners aboard the SI Ferry to the start of the Marathon each year. It was a dream job, as he loved each and every canine assignment, most especially with his service dog, Magar, his partner and buddy.

Michael actively participated in many sports, Soccer, Youth Football, Lacrosse and Rugby. While not mastering any of them, he was "the guy" you wanted on your team. A loyal teammate and the best morale booster ever.

Mike was a volunteer man, always willing to help. If only to lend a hand or in a crisis situation. He would do anything for anyone, at anytime, anywhere. Whether in a home, community, church or his country, Mike served God, family, friends and country with honor and pride.

Mike was one of a kind. He touched the life of everyone he met and always left a lasting impression. His eyes sparkled. His smile would light up a room. His laughter was contagious. His heart was enormous, caring, compassionate, kind, generous and sensitive. If love could have saved him, Mike would have lived forever! "Love Is Eternal".

Memorial Donations: Mike was very passionate about the Tunnel to Towers Foundation as 9/11 profoundly impacted Mike's life. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Tunnel to Tower Foundation, 2361 Hylan Blvd., Staten Island, NY 10306 or go to https://t2t.org.

Three words that sum up Mike's life: "I Will Try". Norwich University (Military College of Vermont) Motto

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11am on Friday, September 2, 2022 at St. Edward the Confessor Church, New Fairfield, CT. Interment will be private.

Friends will be received from 4:00pm - 8:00pm on Thursday, Sept. 1, 2022 at the Green Funeral Home, 57 Main St., Danbury, CT

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.thegreenfuneralhome.com for the Mallon family.
In Memoriam Stephen A. Roth 8/18/2022  
Captain Stephen A. Roth passed away unexpectedly on August 18, 2022 at the age of 32. He will be greatly missed by his wife, Christine Garbarino Roth, and his three young children, Caroline, Anna, and Ryan Roth. He is survived by his parents, Connie and Chris Hurt, of NC; his grandparents, Ralph and Mary Roth; as well as members of his wife's family including, Maryann and Richard Garbarino, of NH, and Katie and Nick Bennett, of NY, and Carole Garbarino, of MA. He is greatly missed by a wide circle of family and friends, including Daniel Donais, Andrew McKenzie, Devonta Banks, and John Janning.

Stephen realized his lifelong dream of serving in the armed forces in 2012, graduating from Norwich University as part of the Delta Company, where he turned friends into brothers. He continued to build communities during each of his assignments, stationed at Fort Hood and Fort Sam, Houston, TX and Fort Bragg, NC. He proudly served his country during deployments to Kuwait and Afghanistan, recognized by colleagues for his courage and leadership. Stephen was airborne qualified and proud to achieve jump master certification while commander of the 407th B company. He loved mentoring students in his most recent assignment as BOLC instructor at Fort Lee, VA.

Acts of service were not limited to his military career. Stephen had the biggest heart, and he worked diligently to make sure everyone else's needs were met. He was always available and willing to help in ways, big or small. The many lives he touched through acts of kindness are his greatest legacy.

After a chance meeting on a beach in Maine, it was love at first sight for Stephen and Chrissie. She was drawn to his warm smile and adventurous spirit, and they were married lakeside in 2015 in a celebration of friendship and love. Soon after, they welcomed Caroline, followed by Anna and Ryan. His kids were his world, and being a dad was his greatest joy. Family time was spent exploring new places and playing outdoors at the mountains, lake, or beach. Stephen was an avid reader, and every night he read to his kids, even recordings during deployments. Stephen and Caroline had just finished the first Harry Potter book together.

Stephen grew up in Durham, NC, aspiring to a life in the military since elementary school. He combined his love of swimming and coaching others with years teaching swimming lessons, lifeguarding, and swim team. Stephen became corps commander during his time in JROTC at Riverside High School, graduating in 2008. His sense of humor and mischief will be greatly missed by his lifelong friends.

Visitation will be at the J.T. Morriss & Son - Chester Chapel on Saturday, September 3, 2022 from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., with a celebration of life to follow at 1 p.m. Private interment will occur at Arlington National Cemetery at a later time with military honors.
Memorial contributions may be made in lieu of flowers to honor Stephen through Lifeline for Vets at www.nvf.org. The greatest honor would be a small and thoughtful act of kindness passed forward in his memory.
In Memoriam Gerald L. Painter 8/17/2022  

Gerald "Gerry" Painter, age 94, died peacefully at Hillside Retirement Community on August 17 with his family by his side. As a higher education finance officer, his warm personality was an asset when counseling faculty, staff, parents and students.

He always said, "I was born in Burley and raised in Twin Falls."(Idaho). Youngest of the four Painter children by six years, but tallest at 6 feet 2, he was on the Twin Falls High School basketball team, the debate squad, and graduated in 1946 as salutatorian of his class.

As did two of his siblings, he attended Linfield College in McMinnville, Oregon. In 1951 he graduated with a BS in Business Administration, cum laude. That fall he entered the University of Oregon School of Business on a graduate fellowship
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In October, Gerald returned to Linfield for Homecoming. A classmate arranged a blind date with a freshman girl named Jackie Schaake. It was literally "love at first sight." On 17 subsequent weekends he hitch-hiked from Eugene to Linfield to visit Jackie, and by Christmas break they were engaged. They were married July 22, 1951 in Yakima, Washington, Jackie's home town.

Moving to Berkeley, California, Gerald began a ten year career with a national CPA firm, auditing businesses in Northern California. Their two daughters were born there in 1953 and 1955.

In 1961 Gerald became chief financial officer at Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley. Now he had more time for family outings and volunteering as an usher at Cal football and basketball games.

But Berkeley had changed. After the student unrest of the 1970s, he and Jackie left for new positions at Norwich University in Northfield, Vermont. Gerald became finance officer and Secretary to the Board of Trustees and Jackie became a librarian. They bought and restored a century old stone house a few blocks from the campus and walked (or even skiied) to work.

Gerald and Jackie retired in 1993 and moved back to McMinnville, where they built a New England style house. For the next twenty years they traveled widely in the U.S. and overseas.

Gerald took an active role as a Linfield alumnus and was scorekeeper at football and basketball games. He acted at the local Gallery Theater, volunteered as a driver for the Red Cross, and was on the Board of Directors at Hillside Retirement Community. In 2016 he and Jackie moved to Hillside, where he spent his remaining years.

Gerald was predeceased by his daughter, Barbara Painter. He leaves behind Jackie Painter, his wife for 71 years, his daughter and son-in-law Maureen and Craig Vanek, his grandson Russ Vanek and Heather Hinds his wife, granddaughter Katherine Vanek and Chris Foes her fiancé, James Johnson, husband of his deceased daughter, two great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Memorial gifts may be made to Linfield University in McMinnville, Oregon or to Norwich University in Northfield, Vermont.

There will be a funeral service at St Barnabas Episcopal Church in McMinnville on Saturday, September 10th at 11 am.
In Memoriam Anthony L. Redington 8/18/2022  
Anthony Lovell Redington passed away peacefully, surrounded by family, on Thursday, August 18, 2022, after a long illness. He was 83.

Anthony was born on April 30, 1939, in Keene, N.H., to Ruth Lovell Redington Wade. He graduated from Keene High School. He earned a bachelor's degree in chemistry from Norwich University in Vermont and a master's degree in public administration from the University of Maine.

Shortly after graduating from Norwich University, he started out as an advertising director at Steamtown U.S.A. in Bellows Falls, Vt., and then as a newspaper reporter at the Bellows Falls Times and Brunswick Times Record in Maine.

Starting in the 1970s, he became a consultant and researcher in public policy and transportation, which he continued until 2022. He worked for transportation agencies in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.

Some of his career highlights include heading the planning and development of the first modern roundabout in the Northeast (Keck Circle, Montpelier, in 1995) and helping lead multiple walk-bike path projects in central and northern Vermont. He conducted and presented several transportation research reports that were published by the Canadian Transportation Research Forum on subjects ranging from roundabouts to walk mode and commuter rail (1997 to 2014).

Anthony had a passion for roundabouts and traffic/pedestrian/bicycle safety, public policy, and local/state/national politics. He loved to travel and did so extensively throughout the USA, Canada and all over Asia. He also had a love for jazz and attending sporting events of all kinds throughout his life.

Anthony is survived by Joshua "JJ" and Joy Redington of Northfield, Vt.; Nicholas Redington of Chicago, Ill.; and Benjamin Redington of Burlington, Vt.

The memorial service time and place will be on October 8 at the First Unitarian Universalist Society of Burlington.
In Memoriam Elizabeth C. Campbell 8/1/2022  
Liz passed away at her home in August of 2022. Born in 1947, in New York City, her family moved to Saxtons River in 1949. She attended Saxtons River Elementary School and Bellows Falls High School. She graduated in 1965 from The American School of Paris and attended Middlebury College. Liz then lived in New York City, Burlington, VT and Honolulu, Hawaii before returning to Saxtons River to raise her daughter.

After attending Norwich University's accelerated program for teaching she became a long term substitute teacher in Cornish, New Hampshire schools and worked in special education at Bellows Falls Union High School.

Liz was entranced by nature and loved living where she could experience it daily. She enjoyed hikes through the forest and taught her daughter how to track the many animals that lived in the snowy hills and fields of the family farm. In the 1990's, she volunteered at a wild bird sanctuary nursing injured birds back to health. She had a knack for soothing the injured birds and lived for the day when they were released back to the wild.

She was a gifted artist and writer. In the 1970's, she created the most extraordinary embroidered clothing as gifts for her loved ones. She embraced spirituality and studied religions of the world, most formatively the teachings of the Dali Lama and traveled to India to study Buddhism.

Many of her strongest friendships were forged in her youth, with those she was friends with from grade school through high school. She became like a second mother to several of her daughter's high school friends, extending great kindness and support to them in times of need.

Liz struggled with mental illness for the last third of her life. This eventually affected her relationships and ability to connect with society. While she did withdraw from many loved ones in the last years of her life, she was never forgotten and was very much loved.

Liz is survived by her daughter, Rachael Campbell Chromec of Yellow Springs, OH, her siblings, Robert Campbell Jr. of Saxtons River, Averill Larsen of Saxtons River, Michael Campbell of East Boston (Erin O'Hearn), Sean Campbell (Joan) of Saxtons River, Peter Campbell of Greenfield, MA, Margaret Lacoste (Don) of Wolfeboro, NH, Charles Campbell, (Julie) of Fairfield, VA, William Campbell (Gina)of Greenfield, MA, Sarah Campbell of Saxtons River, and Matthew Campbell of Greenfield, MA, as well as many nieces and nephews. Liz is predeceased by her parents, Bob and Beth Campbell of Saxtons River. Services will be private.

Donations to honor Liz may be made to NAMI, (National Alliance for Mental Health) Vermont.
In Memoriam James F. Scott 8/20/2022  
James F. Scott III, 71 of Marshfield passed away on August 20th after a short battle with cancer.

He was the most loving and incredible Father to his 3 daughters and Papa to his Grandchildren. He is survived by his daughter Alison (Scott) Joyce and husband James Joyce of Duxbury, his daughter Kristin (Scott) Ezekiel and husband Marc Ezekiel of Duxbury and youngest daughter Tara (Scott) Potter and her husband Erik Potter of Cohasset. He was a doting Papa to his 7 Grandchildren: Dylan (21), Emerson (8), Benjamin (7), Presley (7), James (5), Ireland (4) and Hudson (4).

He was the beloved son of the late James F. Scott II and Marie T. Scott of Marshfield and Norwood. He is survived by his sister Sheila (Scott) Gagnon of Marshfield and Maureen (Scott) Callaghan and brother in-law William Callaghan of Marshfield. He has 2 nephews, 3 nieces, 2 grandnephews and 1 grandniece who loved their Uncle Jimbo dearly.

Jimbo, his nickname since his early years, grew up in West Roxbury and moved to Norwood for High School but was always a summer kid in the Rexhame Beach village of Marshfield. He graduated from Norwood High School, Class of 69' and went off to Norwich University in Vermont where he received his Bachelor's Degree in 1974 and met the best of friends. Jim met the mother of his children, Marion C Scott of Marshfield in 1974 while working at Logan Airport. They wed in 1976 and started their family in Marshfield.

He began his career with the US Government starting with US Border Patrol in Calexico, California. He then transferred to Boston, Massachusetts and held the positions of Customs Patrol Officer, Customs Inspector and Customs Special Agent. During his time as a Federal Special Agent he became a skilled Investigator and was responsible for some of the largest drug smuggling cases in the history of the Customs Service. He later became a Supervisor of the drug smuggling unit and showed his leadership qualities by overseeing and leading this group to many significant cases that were successful in dismantling drug smuggling organizations. Jim received many awards for his accomplishments including the Department of Justice Outstanding Achievement Award. Jim retired in 2001 from the Federal Government and went on to another career with the State of Massachusetts, Criminal Justice Training Council where he retired in 2012.

He enjoyed his time in retirement by sitting on "The River" at his home in Green Harbor, watching his beloved Boston sports teams, annual trips with his college buddies and Nantucket get-a-ways with his best friend and brother, Jack Keefe. He had frequent lunch meet ups with retired Agents (Timmy McGrath, Dennis Kelly and Rick Schuh) and many Daddy Daughter date nights with his 3 girls. Aside from his outstanding professional career, his most proud accomplishments were his daughters and their families. He talked to his daughters daily offering encouragement, unconditional love and friendship.

Visiting Hours will be held at MacDonald Funeral Home, 1755 Ocean Street in Marshfield on Wednesday, August 24th from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. The Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, August 25th at 10:00 a.m. at St. Ann by the Sea Parish Church, 591 Ocean Street in Marshfield, followed by a burial in the Couch Memorial Cemetery, Union Street in Marshfield.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to the Jimmy Fund, online at https://www.jimmyfund.org/

For online guest book, driving directions and other helpful information please visit the website macdonaldfuneralhome.com
In Memoriam Kathleen S. Bailey 7/31/2022  
Kathleen Bailey, also known as KP, of Craftsbury, died Sunday, July 31, 2022, at home with family and friends by her side. She was born Kathleen Sue Provost in Northfield on Feb. 19, 1957, and was the daughter of Roger and Bette Provost.

She graduated from Northfield High School in 1975 and then went on to Vermont College for a degree in nursing in 1977.

Her employers over the years were Copley Hospital in Morrisville, Craftsbury Community Care Center and Vicky Hill Physical Therapy in Hardwick. In the late 1980s, Kathy received a Nurse of the Year Award from the state that took her to the White House where she met Barbara Bush and many nurses from other states.

Kathy lived in Morrisville for 17 years. She was married to Kenneth Thibodeau from 1979 to 1992. Kathy met John Bailey Sr., who she referred to as the love of her life. She moved to the farm in Craftsbury in 1994. John and the farm brought her a sense of peace. On Oct. 24, 2020, they were married.

Kathy enjoyed cooking and crafting and loved visiting with friends. She enjoyed seeing people laugh and was quite the jokester.

Kathy was predeceased by her father, Roger Provost, in 1979.

She leaves behind her mother, Bette Provost; husband, John Bailey Sr.; stepdaughter, Trina Henry and her husband, Robert of Hardwick; stepson, John Bailey Jr. of Hyde Park; two granddaughters, Rachel of Craftsbury and Leilah of Middlesex; brother-in-laws, Thomas Bailey of Concord, and Richard Bailey and wife, Cheryl of Craftsbury; and many nieces and nephews.

The family wishes to convey how very much they appreciated the help they received that allowed Kathy to be at home. A special thanks to her best friend, Avril Cochran, Cheryl Bailey, Kathy Bailey and Lisa Fernandez.

A private service with family and close friends will be Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2022, at 11 a.m. with luncheon following at the United Church of Craftsbury on Craftsbury Common.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Lamoille Area Cancer Network.
In Memoriam William R. Lang 7/30/2022  
William "Bill" Robert Lang, Jr. died peacefully at home on July 30th, 2022, surrounded by his loving family. He was born in Beverly, Massachusetts on September 16th, 1938, to his parents William "Bob" Lang and Eva Lang.

Anyone who met Bill could immediately tell where he was from by his unmistakable Boston accent. He grew up in Danvers, Massachusetts where he attended Holten High School. He obtained his bachelor's degree from Norwich University in Vermont and then served in the United States Army for two years. He then embarked on his lifelong career as a Federal Agent for the US Immigration and Naturalization Service. On January 13th, 1968, Bill married the love of his life, Maureen Cecelia Lang (Higgins). They had two children Colleen Ann Hendy and William Robert Lang, III.

Bill was a loving husband and an amazing father throughout his life. He was a man of the highest character serving the country he loved for his entire career. He enjoyed golfing, boating, reading, horses, and crossword puzzles. He always enjoyed a good conversation with people as anyone who encountered him at the Burlington Post Office/Courthouse in his post-retirement job as a court security officer could attest. His friendly demeanor, quick smile, and good sense of humor put people at ease. Most of all he enjoyed spending time with his family, especially his four wonderful grandchildren, Megan and Lauren Hendy, and AJ and Brady Lang.

Bill's impact on his community was evidenced by his award from the Mayor of Hartford, Connecticut, designating March 12th,1976 as William R. Lang, Jr. Day in the City of Hartford.

Bill was predeceased by parents Bob and Eva Lang and sister-in-law Kathleen Glass. Bill is survived by his wife of 54 years Maureen, daughter Colleen Hendy, son-in-law Greg Hendy, son Bill Lang, daughter-in-law Tracy Lang, grandchildren Megan Hendy, Lauren Hendy, AJ Lang, and Brady Lang, sister and brother-in-law Barbara and Joseph Scuderi, sister and brother-in-law Donna and John Reynolds, sister-in-law Joann Naticchione, brother-in-law John Higgins and wife Peggy, and sister-in-law Sheila King. He is also survived by several nieces and nephews.

Two services to celebrate Bill's life will be held.

One in Colorado on Saturday, August 27th, 10 AM at Pax Christi Catholic Church, 10675 Jaguar Street, Lone Tree, CO.
And one in Massachusetts on Saturday, September 10th, 10:30 AM at Saint Rose of Lima Catholic Church, 12 Park Street, Topsfield, MA.
Bill will be buried at Hamilton Cemetery, 577 Bay Road, Hamilton, MA.
All who knew Bill are welcome to attend.
Instead of flowers, the family asks that a donation be made to St. Jude Children's Hospital or a charity of your choice.

In Memoriam Diana L. Collins 5/31/2022  
Springfield, VT - Diana L. Collins (nee Garvin), born August 6th, 1943, died on May 31st, 2022.

Diana, born in Rahway, NJ to Lester and Barbara Garvin spent her childhood in Argentina and Venezuela. She attended Vermont College and Norwich University, where she received degrees in nursing. She worked as a nurse for over 40 years, serving her community with care and compassion.

Diana loved milanesas con papas fritas and halvah - something she apparently passed on, as she had to hide them from the rest of the family. She learned to swim at three and retained a love of the water; teaching her children and grandchildren to swim.

Diana, an Episcopal Deacon, spent her life in service to others. She traveled extensively and often combined her love of travel with helping others. She participated as both a nurse and translator for medical missions in Central America and volunteered at the Lamb Institute in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. She maintained a sense of adventure and joy throughout her life and was always striving to make the world a better place, as evidenced by driving a big blue school bus from Chelsea, Vermont to Tegucigalpa because the students at Lamb needed a bus.

Her generosity was boundless and shared with her family, friends, and community. Her hobbies included soap making, needle felting, and gardening. She was a lifelong knitter and used her skill and yarn to make hats for the swap shop in Springfield, so everyone could access warm and beautiful things.

Diana's love for her family was endless and provided an anchor for us all. She is survived by her husband, Christian Collins, and children, Michael, Patricia, and Cathy. She loved her grandchildren, Eben, Hayden, Apollo, and Nash, and siblings, Larry Garvin, Judith Stoodley, Alice Hebert, and John Garvin. She is pre-deceased by her parents, Lester and Barbara Nash Garvin and Shirley Little Garvin.

A celebration of Diana's life will be held on July 20th, 2022 at St. Paul's Church in White River Junction, VT at 11:00. If so inclined, Diana would love donations to the Lamb Institute in lieu of flowers.

https://lambinstitute.org
In Memoriam Leonard L. Giles 7/23/2022  
Leonard L Giles, 87 of South Burlington Vermont died July 23, 2022.

Leonard passed away as a result of heart failure during physical rehabilitation after a two-month illness. He was born in Concord NH on January 20, 1935 to Bertha Louise (Malone) Giles and Gerald Henry Giles who predeceased him in 1986. In addition, he is predeceased by his brother Gerald F Giles and his sister-in-law Carmen Giles.

He is survived by his wife of 62 years Joanne (Kelty) Giles, sons Stephen (Donna) of Sandy Hook CT Gregory (Odilia), of Tewksbury MA, daughter Julie A Giles of Essex VT and seven grandchildren. Emily Abair of South Burlington, Clark of Sandy Hook CT, Melissa of Hoboken NJ, Curtis of Boston MA, Alison of Clinton MA, Stephanie of Wakefield MA, and Rebecca of Tewksbury MA. In addition he is survived by his sister-in-law Judith Giles of Portsmouth NH, niece Paula Johnson of Lyman ME, and nephews Fredrick of Wilmington NC, Michael, and William both of Portsmouth NH.

Leonard was raised in Canterbury NH, educated in a one room elementary school in Canterbury center where his father owned and operated the General Store and served as US Postmaster. He attended Concord High School and graduated from Kimball Union academy after sitting out a year from back surgery. During summers he worked as a camp counselor and for his Uncle Leonard on his farm in Northwood NH. He graduated from Norwich University in 1959 as a 2nd Lieutenant in the armored division. While there he was a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon, played football and baseball. He met his wife Joanne Kelty in Montpelier VT. They were married at St Frances Xavier Catholic Church in Winooski VT on September 12th, 1959.

After living in Dracut MA, he served as a US Army tank platoon leader in Munich Germany. He was an on-duty officer when the Berlin Wall was constructed in August 1961. Leonard maintained his military status as a Reservist achieving rank of Lieutenant Colonel until 1987. On July 8th, 1988, he was awarded The Meritorious Service Medal by the Secretary of the Army.

In 1962 he opened LL Giles "Groceries, Footwear, Ready to Wear" general store on Main Street in Barton VT, where his motto was, "If we don't have it, you don't need it." As a member of St Paul's Parish, he served on the Parish Council, St Paul's school board and was a member of the Knights of Columbus. While in Barton he enjoyed summer Sundays with his family at Crystal Lake State Park and during the winter months he often would take his family to Burke Mountain or Jay Peak for a fun day of skiing. An avid outdoorsman, he also enjoyed hunting in Orleans County and brook trout fishing with his children.

In 1977 the family moved to Burlington's North End. He was employed by AR Goyette and then started a new business Leonard's Wholesale, which he owned and operated for 30+ years until retirement in 2018. A member of St Marks Parish and the Faithful Navigator of the fourth-degree assembly Leonard enjoyed faith filled projects and the bowling league. He was a candidate for Ward 4 city councilor and served on the Burlington zoning board of adjustment until 1994. In 2006 he moved to South Burlington and was a member of St John Vianney Council 7525 and Degoesbriand Assembly 1148 as its treasurer. A lifelong Republican, he served as treasurer of the South Burlington Republican committee.

The family would like to acknowledge with heartfelt thanks the kindness of his South Pointe neighbors, St John Vianney parishioners, South Burlington Fire and Rescue Service. We would also like to especially thank the University of Vermont Medical Arts surgeons, doctors and dedicated nurses who made his final days much easier to bear.

Visiting hours will be held on Friday, July 29, 2022 from 5pm to 7pm at the Ready Funeral & Cremation Service South Chapel, 261 Shelburne Rd. Burlington. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday, July 30, at 1:00pm at St. John Vianney Church, 160 Hinesburg Rd., So. Burlington. Burial will follow in Resurrection Park Cemetery.


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