Anthony V. Starzynski
May 11, 2000
At his home in Hopkinton, Mass., at 70, after an illness.
Prior to his retirement in 1988, Mr. Starzynski had been
a comptroller at the former Cushing Hospital in Framingham,
Mass. He is survived by his wife, Barbara; three daughters;
a brother; a sister;
and nine grandchildren.
Edward T. Duffy
March 4, 2000
At his home in Canton, Mass., at 67, after a brief illness.
Prior to his retirement
in 1998, Mr. Duffy
had been the owner of C.W. Crowell & Sons Market in Canton for 44 years.
At the start of his career, he had worked in marketing for the Procter & Gamble
Co. Mr. Duffy is survived by his wife, Marie; two sons; five daughters; and 12
Thomas H. King Sr.
March 25, 2000
At Sibley Memorial Hospital, Washington, D.C., at 69. Prior
to his retirement in 1990, Mr. King had been a district
sales manager with Upjohn Pharmaceuticals in Maryland for
35 years. During the Korean War, he served in the Army.
Mr. King is survived by his wife, Ann; five sons; three
daughters; two brothers, John E. '49 and Francis L. '52;
two sisters; 15 grandchildren; and nephews and nieces.
Richard J. Salamon
March 22, 2000
In Glastonbury, Conn., at 67. Prior to his retirement in
1997, Mr. Salamon had been a professor in the department
of physics and earth science at Central Connecticut State
University in New Britain for 31 years. Previously, he
had taught science at Warren (Mass.) High School from 1959
to 1965. An Air Force veteran of the Korean War, he served
in England and the United States. Mr. Salamon is survived
by his wife, Marie; a daughter; two grandchildren; aunts;
John W. Buckley, D.D.S.
April 6, 2000
In Scranton, Pa., at 68, after a long illness. Prior to
his retirement, Dr. Buckley had practiced dentistry for
many years in Stony Brook, N.Y., and Honesdale, Pa. Active
in community service, he was a founder, board member and
president of the local Habitat for Humanity program in
Honesdale. During his career, he offered free dental services
to migrant farm workers on Long Island, N.Y., and later
to participants of the Job Corps in Callicoon, N.Y. Dr.
Buckley had been a Holy Cross class agent. He is survived
by his wife, Arlene; three sons; three daughters; eight
grandchildren; and two sisters.
Roland Forasté, M.D.
April 27, 2000
In Stratford, Conn., of injuries sustained in an accident,
at 62. Dr. Forasté had
maintained a practice in child, adolescent and adult psychiatry in New York
City for many years and, also, in Greenwich, Conn. He had served as the medical
director of psychiatry for U.S. Healthcare and Total Health, New York; director,
secretary and president of the Society for Adolescent Psychiatry-New York,
Inc.; and continuing medical education officer for the American Society for
Adolescent Psychiatry. Dr. Forasté is survived by his mother; three
brothers, Paul F., M.D., '62, Roger '66 and John '67; and nephews and nieces.
Robert E. Wall
March 17, 2000
In Connecticut Hospice, Branford, at 62. Mr. Wall had served
seven years as vice president of academic affairs at Fairfield
(Conn.) University. Previously, he had been vice president
of academic affairs at Gannon University in Erie, Pa.,
and provost and acting vice president of academic affairs
at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Rutherford, N.J. During
the 1980s, Mr. Wall served as provost of Concordia University
in Montreal, Canada. A scholar of 17th century Colonial
American history, he had written several books and articles
on the subject; he was also the author of a series of novels
entitled Canadians as well as other works of fiction. Mr.
Wall is survived by his wife, Regina; two sons; three daughters;
a sister; and four grandchildren.
William J. Walsh
April 14, 2000
middle and high schools for 29 years and served three years as vice principal
of the high school; he had also coached Clinton athletics. Mr. Walsh is survived
by his wife, Donna; a son; an aunt; and several cousins.
Howard E. Hurley Jr.
May 10, 2000
had been a consultant with SEMCOR in Arlington, Va., for the past two years.
Previously, he had been a comptroller for the U.S. Department of Defense, NAV-Air
UAV division, for 29 years. Mr. Hurley served with the Air Force during the
Vietnam War. He is survived by his wife, Marina; a son; a brother; a granddaughter;
and nephews and nieces.
Donato A. Tomasello
May 1, 2000
after a brief illness, at 51. Mr. Tomasello had been a tax consultant for more
than 20 years. He is survived by his mother; a sister; and two nephews.
Joseph J. Winters
March 3, 2000
He is survived by a daughter; uncles and aunts; and cousins, Richard C. Smith '77
and David M. Smith '80.
Capt. Denis V. Army, USN
May 16, 2000
for 25 years, had most recently been stationed at Surflant. Previously, he
had been the commanding officer of both the USS A.W. Radford and the USS Cape
St. George. Commissioned an ensign in 1975, he served aboard the USS Dahlgren,
USS C.U. Ricketts and USS Comte DeGrasse. Capt. Army had also served on the
staff of the Chief of Naval Operations as Head, Surface Strike Program. He
is survived by his wife, Elizabeth M. '76; a son; a daughter; his mother; four
sisters; and numerous nephews and nieces. His father was the late Vincent T. '42.
Robert C. Plante
May 28, 2000
manager of the Capital Grounds Coffee House in Montpelier since 1998. He is
survived by his parents; four brothers; and a sister.
Patricia A. Keresey
May 7, 2000
Corp. in Tewksbury and Sudbury, Mass., for 22 years. She is survived by her
parents; a brother; and a sister.
Margaret A. Aiello
May 26, 2000
president of the Crestar Bank in Washington, D.C. She is survived by her husband,
Frank Vespe '81; her mother; a brother; two sisters; nephews and nieces; and
uncles and aunts.
John H. Price
May 5, 2000
at 20. A third-year student from Glyndon, Md., John was a religious studies
major; he had recently been elected captain of the College lacrosse team
the 2001 season. As a student at Holy Cross, he had been involved in community
service, volunteering at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center and
the Massachusetts Welfare Protection Association. A 1997 graduate of Loyola
Blakefield, Towson, Md., he had played varsity football and lacrosse and
at St. Ignatius Loyola Academy, a tuition-free Jesuit middle school for inner-city
children in Baltimore. John is survived by his parents; two brothers; a sister;
his paternal grandparents; uncles and aunts; and cousins.