In St. Vincent Hospital at Worcester Medical Center, at 73, after a long illness.
Prior to his retirement in 1996, Mr. Lucey was the president of Security Airlines
Sales, Inc., Miami Springs, Fla. Previously, he worked more than 20 years as
a foreign service officer for the U.S. State Department, serving in embassies
and consuls in Berlin, Frankfurt, Istanbul and El Salvador. A Navy veteran of
World War II, Mr. Lucey served in Asia and the Pacific. He is survived by his
wife, Mary; two sons; four daughters; two brothers; two sisters; 12 grandchildren;
and nephews and nieces.
Albert A. Morel Jr.
Nov. 1, 2000
At his home in Hudson, Mass., at 75. Prior to his retirement, Mr. Morel was
a vice president at BayBank/Harvard Trust, in Cambridge, Mass. During his career,
he had also been active on local boards for the town of Hudson, serving on
the School Committee, Board of Selectmen and Finance Committee. A Navy veteran
of World War II, Mr. Morel retired as a commander. He is survived by his wife,
Joan; four sons; two daughters; a brother; two sisters; 12 grandchildren; one
great-grandson; and several nephews and nieces.
James C. Thornton Jr.
Oct. 22, 2000
At Kent County Memorial Hospital, Warwick, R.I., at 70.
Prior to his retirement in 1991, Mr. Thornton worked 37
Fleet Bank, holding the positions
of branch manager, regional manager, and vice president. A Navy veteran during
the Korean War, Mr. Thornton served aboard the destroyer, the USS Darby.
He is survived by his wife, Terry; a son; a daughter; two
stepsons; and six grandchildren.
William R. Hussey
Sept. 7, 2000
In Florida, at 68. Mr. Hussey is survived by his wife,
Patra; three sons; and four daughters.
Theodore T. Lambert, D.M.D.
Oct. 20, 2000
In Oakdale Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center, West
Boylston, Mass., at 68. Prior to his retirement in 1989,
Dr. Lambert maintained a private
dental practice in Worcester for 28 years. He had also been a director
of dental services
for the city of Worcester and a staff dentist for Worcester City Hospital
and the Worcester Health Department Dental Clinics. During the Korean
Lambert served in the Army and the Army Reserves. He is survived by his
wife, Maureen; a brother; two sisters; nephews and nieces;
and grandnephews and
Robert F. Shannon
Oct. 21, 2000
At his home in Tampa, Fla., at 68. Mr. Shannon taught economics for 30 years
at the University of South Florida. He had been a member of the President's
Council at Holy Cross. Mr. Shannon is survived by his wife, Katherine; two
sons, including Robert F. Jr. '83; a daughter, Kathleen M. '80; a sister; and
Stuart T. Maher
Aug. 29, 2000
private practice and an author. He is survived by a son; a brother, Edward
A. Jr. '49; and several nephews and nieces.
Arthur E. McGuinness Jr.
Aug. 11, 2000
In California, at 64. Prior to his retirement in 1994, Mr. McGuinness taught
English for 30 years at the University of California at Davis. During his career,
he helped establish Integrated Studies, the first honors program on campus,
serving as its director from 1968 until 1974. He then became associate director
of the UC Education Abroad Program for the United Kingdom and Ireland. Co-founder
of the scholarly journal, Eighteenth Century Studies: A Journal of Literature
and the Arts, he was the co-editor until 1992. A scholar of Anglo-Irish
literature as well as 18th-century literature, Mr. McGuinness wrote three books,
the most recent about the Nobel Prize-winning poet, Seamus Heaney. He is survived
by his wife, Nora; a son; two daughters; his mother; a brother; two sisters;
two grandchildren; and 15 nephews and nieces.
James P. Redgate
Oct. 12, 2000
At his home in Middletown, R.I., at 64. During his career, Mr. Redgate had
worked at Sansieri, Kimball and McNamee in Providence, R.I., and, also, for
Gould/Westinghouse, Middletown, R.I.; in addition, he had been the financial
manager of the Newport (R.I.) Shipyard for five years. A Navy veteran, Mr.
Redgate retired in 1978 as the comptroller of the Naval Air Engineering Center
in Lakehurst, N.J. He is survived by his wife, Mary; two sons; two daughters;
a brother; a sister; six granddaughters; and many nephews and nieces.
Francis X. Smith
Oct. 11, 2000
At his home in West Hartford, Conn. Early in his career,
Mr. Smith worked for Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co. in its Worcester, Boston and Hartford, Conn.,
offices, becoming a partner of the firm. He then joined the Aetna Life & Casualty
Co. in Hartford, where he was vice president, taxes and accounting policies.
Mr. Smith later served as senior vice president and general counsel for Conning & Co.
in Hartford; he had most recently pursued entrepreneurial interests. Mr. Smith
had been a Holy Cross class agent and a member of the President's Council.
He is survived by his wife, Suzan; two daughters; his father, Joseph A. '32;
four brothers, including Bernard P. '67 and William F. '68; a sister; and many
nephews and nieces.
F. Joseph Waickman, M.D.
Oct. 21, 2000
At the New Life Hospice Center of St. Joseph, Lorain, Ohio,
at 44. Dr. Waickman had been a pediatrician with HMO Health
Ohio of Cleveland for 13 years before
joining the staff of the Community Health Partners' medical office in Avon
Lake, Ohio, last year. He is survived by his wife, Marianne (Casey) '78; three
sons; a daughter; his mother and father, Francis J., M.D., '45; four brothers,
including L. Anthony, M.D., '73 and Michael J., M.D., '81; and two sisters,
including, Kathryn M. '85.
Anne M. Kennedy
Sept. 28, 2000
At Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, at 31. Ms. Kennedy
was a regional account coordinator for E.F. Inc. She is
survived by her parents; and two brothers.
Mary Ann (Mulcahy) Sessions
Dec. 1, 2000
At the Lahey Clinic, Burlington, Mass., at 27. Mrs. Sessions
was a social studies teacher at Nashoba Regional High
School, Bolton, Mass., where she was also
an advisor to the Student Council. She is survived by her husband, Patrick
M. '95; her mother; her stepfather; and a sister.