In Memoriam
Let us pause on the names of our friends and classmates that have passed on, and refresh the memories that we shared with them during our years in school, as well as the years that followed.
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Memoriam

Sanford E. "Sandy" Abbott, Jr.

Birth Date: 1943-02-03
Deceased Date: 1964-02-07
Erin Sullivan - January 7th, 2024
I didn't know you, Uncle Sandy. But i have heard so much about you. You were kind, and true, loved so deeply. i love you. your niece, erin

Gail Patricia Romano (Achstetter)

Birth Date: 1942-07-21
Deceased Date: 2021-02-21
Obituary:
OBITUARY
Woburn, MA and Lady Lake, FL - Surrounded by her loving family, Gail A. Romano passed away on February 21, 2021 from a brain hemorrhage at the age of 78. She joins her husband, James C. Romano, who passed away on January 11, 2021, in eternal heavenly love.
Gail was born on July 2, 1942 and was the eldest child of the late Charles and Ruth (Daly) Achstetter. She grew up in Arlington, MA and was a graduate of the Class of 1960. She attended Katharine Gibbs School in Boston, MA and worked at Arthur D. Little where she met the love of her life, Jim, at the age of 21. She married Jim on August 22, 1964 and they lived and raised their seven children in Woburn, MA.
As the matriarch of the Romano family, Gail took pleasure in cooking and baking and was an incredible host at her large family gatherings. She was an extremely selfless and caring person and was her family's biggest cheerleader. She happily attended her children's favorite activities and later on in life never missed out on the opportunity to take part in the same for her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was a genuine soul who never forgot a birthday, an anniversary or a special occasion of friends and family. Her pastimes included knitting, clothing-making and creating dolls to gift to new family members and friends. She
took great pride in dressing meticulously for her weekly trips to Mass and for her date nights with Jim. She worked as a pharmacy technician for many years at both Osco Drug and Medical East where she was a familiar face in town. She loved sharing her time between MA and FL and always remained
active while enjoying line-dancing, bowling and golfing. Gail was fond of traveling and felt most comfortable with the sun shining brightly on her face.
She was the adoring mother of Kimberly Provo and her husband Michael Sr. of Woburn, Kyle Romano and his wife Susan of Burlington, Keri Romano-Campbell and her husband Alexander of Medfield, Kurt Romano and his wife Daria of Revere, Kendra Carpenter and her husband William of Woburn, Kenan Romano and his wife Kelly of Plymouth and Kristen Nguyen and her husband Thong of Holliston. In addition to her children and Jim, the other blessings in her life were her grandchildren and great- grandchildren. She was the adoring grandmother of Lake and his wife Eden, Faith, Gail, Michael, Grace, Nicholas, Noelle, Russell, Grenne, Alexander, Jason, Lindsey, Katherine, William, Justin, Joshua, Elin and Rielle and the great-grandmother of Audrey, Emelia and the late Noah
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Karen Marie "Aze" Azar

Birth Date: 1943-01-13
Deceased Date: 1993-11-09
Obituary:
Marcia Young - April 1st, 2010
Karen was one of my best friends in junior high and high school.  We shared many good times.

Joyce Hepburn Radochia - February 28th, 2010
Karen was a dear friend for many years, from 5th grade,, when she moved across the street from me until shortly before her death.  We had lost touch for many years, but we were able to reconnect and pick up where we had left off while she was undergoing treatment.  I will always be sad that I did not get to see her again, but I cherish the memories of both good and sad times that we shared.
Joyce Radochia - February 11th, 2010
Karen was one of my best friends from the 5th grade on.  She was a smart, loyal, and devoted friend. 


Frederick G. "Fred" Battite

Birth Date: 2023-12-05
Deceased Date: 2023-12-05
Obituary:
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Edward Malcolm "Eddie" Baxter

Birth Date: 1941-07-17
Deceased Date: 2000-05-22
Obituary:
Classmates, AHS 1960 - February 8th, 2010
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Louise Marie Fisher (Belanger)

Birth Date: 1941-07-02
Deceased Date: 2008-05-30
Classmates, AHS 1960 - February 15th, 2010
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Classmates, AHS 1960 - February 15th, 2010
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Richard Douglas "Dick" Belanger

Birth Date: 1942-06-08
Deceased Date: 1975-03-01
Obituary:
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Stuart "Stu" L Belden

Birth Date: 1943-01-04
Deceased Date: 2020-10-05
Obituary:

BELDEN, Stuart L. "Stu" Age 77, a lifelong resident of Arlington, passed away peacefully on October 5, 2020. Beloved husband of Charlene (Carroll) Belden. Loving son of the late Elsa (Basile) and Norman Belden. Stu is survived by his four children; son Richard and his wife Jeanne Belden of Montvale, NJ, daughter Jennifer and her husband Robert Carey, Jr. of Abington, MA, daughter Meredith and her husband John Cadman of Wakefield, MA, and daughter Christine and her husband William French, Jr. of Arlington, MA. He is also survived by his ten grandchildren; Timothy and Jessica Belden, Robert, III, Lila, Jack, and Grace Carey, Daniel and Andrew Cadman, Cameron and William French, III. Brother of Martha Belden of Acton, MA. Stu is a proud graduate of Arlington High School, Boston University and University of Massachusetts (MBA). His entire career was spent at Raytheon where he retired after 35 years. Stu and Charlene just celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary. Stu's family was his pride and joy. He leaves behind countless family memories of Cape Cod and Sabbath Day Lake in Maine. Stu loved being with his children and grandchildren and enjoyed watching them play sports and participate in all their activities. He also enjoyed spending time with his family outdoors – fishing, walking, and birding. Stu was an active member of Pleasant Street Congregational Church and Park Ave. Congregational Church serving as a deacon and choir member. He was an avid classic car fan and enjoyed all sports and model trains. Relatives and friends are invited to Visiting Hours in the DeVito Funeral Home, 1145 Mass. Ave., ARLINGTON on Friday, October 9th from 4 to 7 pm. All attendees are required to wear face coverings, practice social distancing and pay their respects and exit the funeral home promptly to allow other guests to enter. A limited number of guests will be allowed in the building at one time. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (Adult Lymphoma), P.O. Box 849168, Boston, MA 02284-9168 or dana-farber.org Please visit devitofuneralhome.com to view an online guestbook.


 
 
Frederick JARVIS - October 15th, 2020
Sad to hear of the passing of Stuie. I enjoyed our years together at AHS and also the times we met at UMass while I was an undergrad and Stuie was studying for his Master's Degree. RIP to a great guy.

David Bruce "Bert" Bertolami

Birth Date: 1941-09-03
Deceased Date: 2008-04-18
Obituary:
Dave Rivers - February 9th, 2010
We miss you friend and classmate. I guess the accident we had in 1961 when your car rolled over 9 times in Lexington was not our time.

Dave Rivers Friend & Classmate
Classmates, AHS 1960 - February 8th, 2010
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Jean Marie Innis (Bierenbroodspot)

Birth Date: 2023-12-05
Deceased Date: 2013-10-28
Obituary:

JEAN M. (BIERENBROODSPOT) INNIS Obituary INNIS, Jean M. (Bierenbroodspot) 70, of Mashpee and Vero Beach, Florida, formerly of Waltham, died on Monday, October 28, at home after a lengthy battle with Cancer. She was the loving wife of Charles J. Innis, Jr. for 51 years. Born, raised and educated in Arlington. She was the daughter of the late Andrew and Lena (Butcher) Bierenbroodspot. Jean enjoyed spending time with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She also enjoyed reading, swimming and spending her winter months in Florida with her husband. Besides her husband, she is survived by four sons, Stephen Innis, and his wife, Cheryl of Framingham; Sean Innis of Mashpee, Michael Innis; of Bridgewater and Charles Innis, of Leesburg, Florida; also mother of the late Kevin and Daniel Innis. She is also survived by 6 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildr en; a brother Paul Bierenbroodspot of Somerville; two sisters, Barbara Stone of Pepperell, Connie Johnson of Andover, MA, and a sister in law Maureen Innis of Arlington. Visiting hours will be held on Wednesday, October 30, from 9:00am to11:00am in the Chapman Cole & Gleason Funeral Home 74 Algonquin Ave; (at Route 151) Mashpee, MA. A Funeral Mass will follow at 11:30am in Christ the King Church, 3 Jobs Fishing Rd, Mashpee, MA. Burial will follow in the VA National Cemetery, Bourne, MA. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Visiting Nurse Association of Cape CodHospice, 434 Route 134 Suite D-3, South Dennis, MA 02660.

 

 

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Elizabeth Ellen "Liz" Corvi (Blinkhorn)

Birth Date: 1943-02-28
Deceased Date: 2007-08-07
Sheila Scanlon Piacentini - February 16th, 2011
Iwill always remember a very close,fun friend.

Sheila

Claire Louise Carroll (Boni)

Birth Date: 1943-03-11
Deceased Date: 2020-08-14
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Nancy Marie Boutiette

Birth Date: 1942-03-30
Deceased Date: 1998-01-12
Obituary:
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Jane Ellen Spellman (Bowser)

Birth Date: 1942-04-15
Deceased Date: 2006-05-11
Classmates, AHS 1960 - February 8th, 2010
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Jane Marie "Janie" Buckley

Birth Date: 1942-10-26
Deceased Date: 1996-08-15
Obituary:
Classmates, AHS 1960 - February 15th, 2010
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Classmates, AHS 1960 - February 15th, 2010
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Walter Edward "Walt" Bullock

Birth Date: 1942-03-30
Deceased Date: 2001-05-05
Obituary:
Classmates, AHS 1960 - February 8th, 2010

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Classmates, AHS 1960 - February 8th, 2010
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Martha Johnson (Burnham)

Birth Date: 1943-02-25
Deceased Date: 1994-10-30
John Morse - December 27th, 2013
I was saddened to hear years ago of Martha's passing. Her brother Tommy was a close friend and Martha was like a sister to me. She was a wonderful person with a great heart
 
John Mors

Richard Howard "Dick" Buzzell, USN

Birth Date: 1942-09-27
Deceased Date: 1970-12-19
Obituary:
K.I.A., Vietnam
www.sgrInMemoriam.org/RichardBuzzell.html
Marcia Young - April 1st, 2010
I will always remember one of my first "dates" in Jr High School was attending a dinner party at Kacey Spangler's house with Dickie Buzzell.  He was wild and crazy kid at times.  Many thanks for the service and sacrifice he made for our country. 

Marie (McCarthy) Neal - February 16th, 2010
I remember Dick from 7th grade at the West on.  I saw his name on the Vietnam Wall in Washing DC when I chaperoned a music group from the Ottoson Jr. High (West) in 1989.  It brought back a lot of great memories!  I thank Dick and all of our armed forces for what they have sacrificed for us.
Classmates, AHS 1960 - February 4th, 2010
Dick's name on "The Wall" (Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall, Washington DC).
Classmates, AHS 1960 - February 3rd, 2010
We pledged allegiance to this flag every day in homeroom. Dick gave his ultimate sacrifice under it.
Classmates, AHS 1960 - February 3rd, 2010
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Classmates, AHS 1960 - February 3rd, 2010

"Buzzie" in Vietnam

Joan Leslie Beardsley (Caldwell)

Birth Date: 1942-09-26
Deceased Date: 2007-03-12
Obituary:
www.westfordfuneralhome.com/obituary_info.asp

Marcia Young - April 1st, 2010
Joan will always be remembered as a bright shining star.  So much enthusiasm and energy. 

John Farren - February 19th, 2010
I shall always remember Joan singing "O Holy Night" at the 9th grade Charistmas pagent at JHSW.  To this day it is the most beautiful rendition that I have ever heard.  R/Jack 
Classmates, AHS 1960 - February 3rd, 2010
We Miss You, Joannie

Anne Joan Carlisle

Birth Date: 1942-04-04
Deceased Date: 2012-08-01
Obituary:
CARLISLE, Anne Joan, of Arlington, August 1, 2012. Beloved sister of Miriam Carlisle of Lexington, VA. Loving aunt of Eve C. Stewart & husband Jason Moody of Oakland, CA; Jane C. Stewart & husband Freddy Fuentes of Lexington, VA; and Caroline C. Stewart & husband John Arunga of Newton. Also survived by 6 grand nieces and 1 grand nephew, whom she cherished, as well as many cousins and friends.A graduate of Arlington High School and Mount Holyoke College, she worked for Arthur D. Little, Wang Laboratories, and had retired from Harvard Pilgrim Health Care where she managed the Information Systems Audit Group.She also served as Town Meeting Member in Arlington for many years and was a regular volunteer at the MSPCA Animal Care and Adoption Center at Nevins Farm in Methuen.Relatives and friends invited to attend a memorial visitation at the Keefe Funeral Home, 5 Chestnut St., ARLINGTON on Friday, August 17th 4-6pm, and her memorial service in the Unitarian Universalist Church, 7 Elm St., Harvard on Saturday, August 18th at 10:30am. Interment is private.In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Anne may be made to MSPCA at Nevins Farms, 400 Broadway Methuen, MA 01844; American Cancer Society, 30 Speen St., Framingham, MA 01701; or National Asthma and Allergy Foundation, 8201 Corporate Dr # 1000, Hyattsville, MD 20785. For obituary, directions or to send a condolence visit www.keefefuneralhome.com 
Joyce Radochia - January 29th, 2013
 Anne was a smart, funny, wise woman with so many talents and interests.  We shared many good times in Town Meeting and at other community events.  I keep expecting to run into Anne around town and cannot believe that she is gone.  I miss her.
Judy Ditmars - August 20th, 2012

These are some flowers from Anne's funeral. It was a gorgeous service. I learned so much about Anne. She was interested in: art, music, an animal lover, scuba diver, bird watcher, lover of nature, traveled to China and Australia for her work, won a scholarship at work to begin a new program, was smart, funny, and her own person.
Judy

Joyce Mary Ceppi (Carmody)

Birth Date: 1942-10-13
Deceased Date: 1970-10-10
Linda (Parsons) Duncan - April 26th, 2016
When I was a little girl I used to visit my grandparents in the summer.  They lived on Linwood Street in Arlington across the street from Joyce's family home.  I was friends with her youngest sister "Susie" and I spent a lot of time at their house.  I remember how pretty Joyce was and SO very nice.  She was also a great mom. 
Connie Botelho Kvicala - July 1st, 2010
Joyce and I worked at W.R. Grace after high school.  She was such a great person -- so neat and smart  and always looked perfect.   I was very sad when I heard of her passing year back.   

Walter "Paul" Carroll

Birth Date: 1942-06-05
Deceased Date: 2000-10-12
Obituary:
Dave Rivers - March 4th, 2010
We will miss you friend and classmate. I always will remember our lunches in the High School Cafeteria.

Robert James Cavicchi

Birth Date: 1942-06-18
Deceased Date: 2019-02-19
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CAVICCHI, Robert J. "Bob" Of Hingham, formerly of Walpole and Reading, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, February 19, 2019, at South Shore Hospital, at age 76. Born and raised in Arlington, Massachusetts, he graduated from Boston University with a Bachelor's degree in business administration. At BU, he was a member of ROTC and Pershing Rifles. During the Vietnam War, he served as an officer in the United States Army and was honorably discharged from duty on June 17, 1970. He worked for over 30 years at the Boston Gas company, serving in a variety of managerial roles, from customer service management to vice president. Bob enjoyed going out with friends for dinner, attending community theater productions, and "puttering" around the house on various projects; he frequently helped his children as they set up their own homes. Bob was a regular spectator at his children's and grandchildren's various activities. After retirement, he enjoyed activities at both Linden Ponds and Active Day Senior Care in Hingham. He was the beloved husband of Susan C. Cavicchi, to whom he was wed for fifty-four years. He is survived by his devoted children: Daniel Cavicchi and his wife Lynn of Mansfield, Massachusetts; Timothy Cavicchi and his wife Robin of Mansfield, Massachusetts; and Kevin Cavicchi and his wife Kristin of Wadsworth, Ohio. He was the dear brother of Lawrence Cavicchi and his wife, Judy, and Paul Cavicchi and his wife, Vicki. He is also survived by seven grandchildren: Noah, Jacob, Isabella, Samuel, Louisa, Kyra, and Owen. A Memorial Service celebrating Bob's life, to which relatives and friends are invited to attend, will be held on Friday, March 1, from 1 to 2 pm, at Linden Ponds Performing Arts Center (PAC), Derby Clubhouse, 300 Linden Ponds Way, Hingham, MA. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating in Bob's memory to the Alzheimer's Association - MA/NH Office, 309 Waverley Oaks Road, Waltham, MA 02452, www.alz.org See www.Keohane.com for directions and online condolences.

 


 



 








 




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George Phillip Chateauneuf

Deceased Date: 1995-12-05
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Thomas C. "Tom" Christopher

Birth Date: 1942-09-01
Deceased Date: 2008-06-18
Obituary:
Carl Wirsen - March 8th, 2010
TC was my best friend as well as best man at our wedding. We were close over all these years from his time in the service to his time in Conway MA to his return to Waltham. We continued to have as great a time over all these years as we did at AHS. When Tom got ill he was still a very positive person and the SOB still wiped me in golf. We still cry about losing him but smile about all the memories. To you Tom, Carl

Carole E. Aubrey (Cignotti)

Birth Date: 1942-12-12
Deceased Date: 2021-12-19
Obituary:
Carole (Aubrey) Cignotti, age 79, of Maynard, MA, died peacefully on Sunday, December 19, 2021 at Emerson Hospital.

Carole was born on December 12, 1942 in Arlington, MA to the late Edward and Helen (Richardson) Aubrey. She graduated from Arlington High School in 1960. Carole married Richard Cignotti and resided for several years in Connecticut before returning to Massachusetts.

Moving to Acton, she worked at Digital Equipment Corporation as a Senior Systems Analyst and at the Concord Public Schools. She was also a Special Police Officer in the towns of Maynard and Concord.

Sadly, she leaves her daughter, Heather French and husband Kevin of Stow. Son, David Cignotti of Stow. Grandchildren, Nicholas and wife Morgan and Hannah French of Stow. Alyssa and Victoria Cignotti of Stow; and sister, June of Bridgewater, MA.

Family and friends will gather to honor and remember Carole on Monday, December 27, 2021, from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. at the Fowler-Kennedy Funeral Home, 42 Concord Street, Maynard. Followed by a private funeral on Tuesday, December 28, 2021.

For those who wish, contributions in her memory may be made to the Buddy Dog Humane Society, 151 Boston Post Road, Sudbury, MA 01776 or the Mass. Audubon Society, 208 South Great Road, Lincoln, MA 01773.

 





 
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Suzanne Wesley "Sue" Bolton (Collier)

Deceased Date: 1999-12-05
Dorothy Farrell - June 24th, 2010
Miss you still, and think of you often and all the crazy things we did. Love you.
Lindsay Collier - March 4th, 2010
I still miss you and think of you often. You'll always be my little sister.
Kay Corbin - February 7th, 2010
MANY MEMORIES OF A HAPPY YOUNG LADY.   REGRETFULLY, I WILL SAY A PRAYER FOR YOU. 

Janet Marie "Cooky" Dowe (Cook)

Birth Date: 1942-06-04
Deceased Date: 1993-07-09
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Dorothy R. O'Neill (Covello)

Birth Date: 1942-07-07
Deceased Date: 2023-07-21
Obituary:
Obituary for Dorothy R. O'Neill (Covello)
O’Neill, Dorothy R. (Covello), Lifelong resident of Arlington, passed away peacefully on July 21, 2023, at her home surrounded by her loving family. Born in Cambridge to the late Nicholas Covello and Catherine (Collins). Beloved wife of the late James J. O’Neill, Jr. Loving mother of Brian O’Neill and his wife Nicole, Daniel O’Neill and his Fiancé Jenny Melguizo, Karen DeRosas and her husband John. Cherished ‘Nana’ of Lauren, Allison, Katherine, Cole, Kyle, Shannon, and Jack. Dear sister of the late Nicholas Covello, Jr. Longtime companion for over 28 years to Richard Collins. Dorothy is also survived by Cara O’Neill, and many dear cousins, and lifelong friends. Visiting hours will be held at the Keefe Funeral Home, 5 Chestnut St., Arlington, Wednesday, July 26th from 9:30 AM to 11 AM. Followed by a funeral mass celebrated in St. Agnes Church, 5 1 Medford St., Arlington at 11:30 AM. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Services will conclude with burial at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Arlington. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are to be made in Dorothy’s memory to Tunnel to Towers Foundation, 2361 Hylan Boulevard, Staten Island, NY 10306, or Visiting Nurse & Community Care, 37 Broadway, Arlington, MA 02474. For directions or to leave a message of condolence please visit www.keefefuneralhome.com
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Lois Elaine McCullock (Cram)

Birth Date: 1942-07-15
Deceased Date: 2013-02-02
Obituary:
 

Lois McCullock

Lois McCullock né Cram, 70, of Wakefield formerly of Arlington passed away on February 2 at the Epoch Nursing Home. Lois was the daughter of the late William and Mildred Cram. She was born in Boston on July 15, 1942. Lois was the loving mother of Shawn McCullock of Everett, Steven Duguay, Audrey McCullock, Peter Duguay and the late Ronald Duguay. She was the proud grandmother of Kailyn, Kelsie, and Jessica and great grandmother of Cameron. She is suvived by many loved family and friends. Funeral Services and Internment were private. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date at the funeral home.
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Mary Frances Levensaler (Cronin)

Birth Date: 1942-12-02
Deceased Date: 2006-06-04
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Peter Cullinane

Birth Date: 1941-09-19
Deceased Date: 2019-09-04
Obituary:
 Richard Cullinane Obituary
Richard Peter Cullinane, 77, of Sequim, surrounded by those he loved, passed peacefully away September 4. He was born in Arlington, Massachusetts, to Elvy and Dorothy (Buonomo) Cullinane.

A graduate of Arlington High School, Pete was a lifelong lover of, and participant in, all aspects of "The Arts." His own art, music and unique sense of style entertained and created lasting memories for all. Patrons of the Metropolitan Opera and the San Francisco Opera, as well as audiences for numerous motion picture and television shows, enjoyed Peter's work on stage and screen. He eventually operated his own painting and design business before finally retiring and moving to Sequim.

Peter is survived by his husband, Bruce Paddock; his niece, Lara (Eddie) Smith; his great nephew, Sebastian Smith; and several cousins.

He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Paul Cullinane.

A memorial service celebrating Pete's life, will be held Saturday, October 5th, 1 PM - 4 PM, at The Lodge, 660 Evergreen Farm Way, Sequim. Friends and associates are invited to provide memories, anecdotes and photos about Pete that can be shared with others.
Published by Peninsula Daily News from Oct. 3 to Oct. 4, 2019.
 
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Louise Mary Dolan (Cunningham)

Birth Date: 1942-02-13
Deceased Date: 2019-10-24
Obituary:
   
Louise Mary Dolan, 77, of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, formerly of Burlington, MA, wife of James Gilbert Dolan entered into eternal rest Thursday, October 24, 2019. Her Mass of Christian Burial will be held Saturday, November 2, 2019 in Stella Maris Roman Catholic Church, 1204 Middle Street, Sullivan's Island at 11:00 am. Arrangements by J. Henry Stuhr, Inc., Mount Pleasant Chapel.
Louise was born February 13, 1942 in Boston, Massachusetts, daughter of the late Joseph Cunningham and the late Ethel Dunphy Cunningham. She was a homemaker and her joy was spending time with her family and friends. She was a long time member of St. Malachy Catholic Church in Burlington, MA where she was a former CCD teacher.
She is survived by her husband of 56 years, James G. Dolan of Mt. Pleasant, SC; two sons, David Keith Dolan and wife, Lisa Dolan of Mount Pleasant, SC and James Joseph Dolan and wife, Jane Dolan of Oakham, MA; daughter, Michelle Dolan of Mt. Pleasant, SC; brother, Joseph Cunningham of Acton, MA; sister, Beverly Penland of Swannanoa, NC; and five grandchildren, Kayla, Nicholas, Jimmy, Rachel and Samantha.
Memorials may be made to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, P.O. Box 4527, New York, NY 10163 (800-344-4867).



 
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Thomas Angelo "Tom" D'Allesandro

Birth Date: 1942-11-16
Deceased Date: 2002-06-22
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Michael Leo "Mike" Daley

Birth Date: 1942-05-16
Deceased Date: 2010-02-08
Obituary:



Dr. Michael Daley
(1942-2010)
Dr. Michael L. Daley, 67, a resident of Germantown, TN, died unexpectedly Monday, February 8, 2010, in Memphis, TN. He was the son of James J. Daley and Agnes E. (Hallisey) Walton and graduated from Arlington, MA, high school. He served in the USAF, 1960-1964. Dr. Daley was a Ballard Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The University of Memphis. He graduated from the University of Massachusetts, BSEE 1968, and the University of Rochester, MSEE 1970, PhD 1973. Dr. Daley’s early work focused on human eye tracking and the development of predictive mathematical models. He received a postdoctoral fellowship in the Dept. of Ophthalmology and Laboratory of Neurophysiology, Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center, Portland, OR. He then obtained a position at the Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland where he conducted research on methodologies to detect subtle changes in vision associated with diseases such as optic neuritis and multiple sclerosis and became interested in neurological diseases and traumatic brain injury. In 1988 he accepted a position as an associate professor in electrical engineering at Memphis State University (now The University of Memphis). Dr. Daley began to work on cerebral blood flow and intracranial pressure and has presented his work at several international conferences, including the Intracranial Pressure (ICP) meetings. His research included collaborations with several colleagues at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. His most recent work focused on modeling of blood flow through the brain and alterations caused by traumatic stroke. His goal was to develop a method to continuously assess cerebrovascular pressure regulation from pressure recordings obtained from brain-injured patients in the intensive care setting. This knowledge would be critical to adapting the clinical care individually to the patient, hopefully greatly improving the outcome of procedures employed. In this endeavor Dr. Daley enlisted collaborations in the USA, Europe, and Scandinavia. For several years Dr. Daley directed the high school regional Science Olympiad and a summer enrichment program for rising ninth graders. In 1997 he served as President of the Tennessee Academy of Science. In 1996 he received an Outstanding Engineer award from IEEE and was a Life Senior Member. Dr. Daley has contributed to over 50 articles to professional publications and holds a patent. He is survived by his wife of 41 years, Carol; his daughter and son-in-law Leah and Stephen Uftring of Fredericksburg, VA. He also leaves behind his siblings: James (Lorraine) of So. Dennis, MA; John of Hyannis, MA; and Mary Perini (Richard) of Arlington, MA; as well as many nieces, nephews, and great-nieces and nephews.
Dave Rivers - April 2nd, 2010
Michael

We will miss you friend and classmate.
We had Mr Eaton for a special math class together.
A few of us got 800's on our Math  SAT's.
I always remember you writing in my yearbook "To the Brain thats Lazy"
I guess that was because I never seemed to pay attention but when Mr Eaton called on me I would give the answer.  In reality from what we read on your obituary and your career you were the real Brain.  Dave Rivers Friend & Classmate

Classmates, AHS 1960 - February 15th, 2010
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Classmates, AHS 1960 - February 15th, 2010
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Thomas Francis "Tommy" Daly Jr

Birth Date: 1942-04-30
Deceased Date: 2015-10-31
Obituary:
 



Thomas F. Daly Jr.
April 30, 1942 - October 31, 2015


Thomas F. Daly Jr., of Whitefield, NH, formerly of Gloucester, Reading and Arlington, Oct. 31st. Beloved son of the late Thomas F. and Alma L. (Chester) Daly. Loving father of Brian Daly and his wife Rachel of Woburn and Katie Agranat and her husband Theodore of CT. Grandfather of Alex and Sunny Agranat. Dear brother of Alma McLaughlin and her husband Bob of Gloucester, Carol Craig and her husband Paul of Rockport, Marilyn Breslin of Peabody and Mary Elaine Daly of Gloucester. Former husband of Julie Redfern of Reading. Favorite uncle of many nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews. Tom was raised and educated in Arlington. He is a graduate of St. Agnes Grammar School and Arlington High School. He continued his studies at Western State College in Colorado. Upon his return from college, Tom joined his father at the family business, Daly Mills in Cambridge. He worked there for several years before venturing out on his own in the wholesale clothing business. He spent many summer days at his family cottage on Long Beach in Gloucester. Form an early age he developed a deep appreciation for the ocean and a love of boating. A former Downhill Ski Instructor, Tom also had a love for the mountain regions in New England. Tom was a man of deep faith. He was always there to lend a hand, had a quick wit and was loved by all that knew him. First and foremost, Tom was a family man who bestowed the value of life on his children. Relatives & friends are invited to attend his funeral from the Breslin Funeral Home, 610 Pleasant St., Malden on Saturday Nov. 7th at 9 AM followed by a Funeral Mass celebrated at St. Agnes Church in Arlington at 10 AM. Services will conclude with interment in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in Arlington. Visiting hours will be held at the funeral home on Friday Nov. 6th from 4-8 PM. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to the charity of your choice



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Ruth Marie "Ruthie" Richards (Darcy)

Birth Date: 1942-05-01
Deceased Date: 2023-12-05
Dave Rivers - February 6th, 2010

We miss you Ruthie Cousin, Friend and classmate.
It was great meeting you in Huntington beach the year before your passing.
Life many times is too short

Dave Rivers

Shirley Mary Ann Valentino (DeAngelis)

Deceased Date: 2023-12-05
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Rose Marie Chabre (DePrimeo)

Birth Date: 1942-04-13
Deceased Date: 2013-01-03
Obituary:
 

CHABRE, Rose Marie (DePrimeo) Of Woburn, January 3. Beloved wife of 50 years to Gil Chabre. Loving mother of Larry and wife Kim of Malden, Michael and wife Pattie of Stoughton and Cindy of North Reading. Devoted grandmother of Matthew, Jeffrey, Jessica and Christopher. Sister of Joseph A. DePrimeo Jr, William DePrimeo, Peggy Firicano, Ralph DePrimeo and Richard DePrimeo. Also survived by many nieces, nephews and friends. Funeral from The DeVito-O\'Donnell Funeral Home 1145 Mass Avenue, ARLINGTON Monday morning at 9:00, followed by a Funeral Mass at 10:00 in St. Agnes Church. Interment to follow Woodbrook Cemetery, Woburn. Visiting at The DeVito Funeral Home on Sunday 3:00 to 8:00pm. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Rose\'s memory to: The American Diabetes Association 10 Speen St., Framingham, MA 01701. For directions or condolences visit, devitofuneralhomes.com
 
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Marshall Joseph Derby

Birth Date: 1942-12-19
Deceased Date: 2007-05-16
Obituary:
His mission: Find homes for everyone

By Ian B. Murphy/Staff writer GateHouse News Service Thu May 24, 2007, 06:57 AM EDT Lexington His mission:

Lexington

Marshall Derby may be best known as the Lexington Housing Assistance Board (LexHAB) chairman, a position he held for 15 years. He died Wednesday, May 16 at his home at age 64.

Marshall Derby always gave his friends laughter, retaining his sharp wit to the end of his battle with pancreatic cancer.

He was also a giver to total strangers, helping families in need have a chance to live in Lexington. He gave his family love, showering his wife, two children and four grandchildren with caring, understanding and knowledge.

Full obituary on Marhall's tribute page
Marshall Derby - October 14th, 2010
The URL/link to Marshall's passing seems to no longer be active, but I saved his obituary. It's included here.

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His mission: Find homes for everyone
 
By Ian B. Murphy/Staff writer
GateHouse News Service
Thu May 24, 2007, 06:57 AM EDT
 
Lexington
 
Marshall Derby may be best known as the Lexington Housing Assistance Board (LexHAB) chairman, a position he held for 15 years. He died Wednesday, May 16 at his home at age 64.
 
Marshall Derby always gave his friends laughter, retaining his sharp wit to the end of his battle
with pancreatic cancer.
 
He was also a giver to total strangers, helping families in need have a chance to live in Lexington. He gave his family love, showering his wife, two children and four grandchildren with caring, understanding and knowledge.
 
But Derby’s own words about giving, read by his friend and business partner Morton Hodin during his eulogy to Derby at Temple Isaiah Friday, describe him best. “What you get is a living, what you give is a life.
 
” He died Wednesday, May 16 at his home at age 64.
 
Derby may be best known as the Lexington Housing Assistance Board (LexHAB) chairman, a position he held for 15 years. Combining his professional knowledge of real estate development with his genuine desire to help others, he took the reins of the town’s municipal affordable housing organization and quadrupled its stock.
 
“During his period of leadership and inspiration LexHAB increased its housing stock from 12 to 15 units to the 50 we now have,” said Bill Hays, who has served on the LexHAB board since its inception in 1983. “We’ll be hard put to find any three people who will together be able to give the town and our agency the expertise, the inspiration, the commitment and the leadership that Marshall brought to bear.”
 
Derby coordinated a collaborative effort between the town, the Lexington Rotary Club, and Minuteman Regional’s carpentry program to acquire available lots in Lexington and build houses on them, to become available for low to moderate income families seeking to live in Lexington.
 
“Not only was he very, very smart, and had all sorts of business acumen, but he was also a real doer,” said Selectman Norman Cohen. “If he felt there was a chance we could get a piece of land and build a house on it, he persisted. He wouldn’t give up.”
 
Laura Derby, his wife, observed Derby over the years as he happily gave his time to helping young families find homes in Lexington. “It was so wonderful to watch. It mattered so much to him to help people live in our town who couldn’t normally.”
 
Derby was born on Dec. 19, 1942 in Arlington, where he also attended school through his graduation in 1960. He moved on to Tufts University, where he received his undergraduate degree in 1964 and master’s degree in 1965, the latter in chemical engineering.
 
He began his career in real estate development in 1969 with Benjamin L. Cohen and Sons and in 1986 he began at H & D Development, working alongside Hodin until 1995.
 
His life was filled with other duties, spent mainly for the benefit of others. Derby was a Lexington Town Meeting member for 20 years. He worked with the Junior Chamber of Commerce in the 70s at what is now the Massachusetts Correctional Institute in Concord helping to teach young men who were incarcerated. He served as the president and trustee of the congregation at Temple Isaiah, and he worked with the Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE) to provide free small-business administration consultation.
 
“He was most generous with his time, but he never bragged about it, so most people had any idea how much he was doing,” said Hodin.
 
Laura Derby said that despite his many duties away from home, her husband always put his family first. His daughter Rebecca pointed out that just like in his professional life and town life, he engaged his role as a father with compassion and understanding.
 
“He was very caring and giving man,” she said. “He listened well to what they were saying, and usually succeeded in helping them. He loved knowing how things worked. He had a very curious mind, and he loved sharing that.”
 
Derby was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer a year ago, and since then he had been flooded by letters and visitors who eagerly accepted the chance to share with him the profound effect he had on them. According to Rebecca and Laura, they number in the hundreds.
 
In a letter sent to Derby from a resident that he helped move into Lexington through LexHAB, she wished him “warm thoughts, hugs, and positive energy,” and included a picture of her baby daughter.
 
“Although I have only met you on one occasion, you often cross my mind” said the resident, whose name was omitted by the Derby’s in consideration for her privacy. “Because of you and many others we are able to live in the community.”
 
The last months have provided an outlet for such sentiments.
 
“There’s nothing lucky about having a disease that you know will kill you soon,” said Laura Derby. “But it gave people a chance to say the things they wanted to him, and he to them, which was a good thing.” After years of bringing smiles to friends, family, and people he had never met, it was Marshall Derby’s turn to smile. The day before he died, according to Laura, his daughters Rebecca and Sara, and his grandchildren Nate, Sadie, Mark, and Eliza, sat by his bedside and spoke to him.
 
“At that point, he was able to do very little,” she said. “But he heard their voices, and he got that huge smile on his face.”
 

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Mark Kahan - October 14th, 2010
Dear AHS Classmates, no simple note can capture the wonderful caring man Marshall was. He had a quick wit, and a bright, realistic, do-the-right-thing style. He made things happen.
 
I had the great privilege of being his friend from grade school through AHS, Tufts, and beyond. Our dads’ cars would be parked in the local Temple’s lot, and if we could, we’d choose a car, hop in, and take turns tuning the radio to see who could get the furthest ball game. We laughed and shared. And, every time we saw each other over the decades, that never changed.
 
Marshall was a man apart. In talking, during his illness, he quipped, “Ah, if I had known then what I know now, I would have ordered more really expensive wine! :-)  When we were sad, he made us laugh. He set a standard as to what life is all about. Good friends are few and far between, and I, like many of you, feel blest in having known him. 
 
          Mark Kahan

Joyce Radochia - February 11th, 2010
Marshall Derby was one of the sweetest, nicest guys ever.  He was bright and funny and one of my favorite boy-pals in high school.  I'll always remember him with fondness and sorrow that he is gone.

Joyce Hepburn Radochia

Classmates, AHS 1960 - February 3rd, 2010
We Miss You, Marshall
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