Everett L. Ashe
Sept. 16, 1999
At Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, Mass., of lymphoma,
at 66. Prior to his retirement in 1990, Mr. Ashe had been
vice president of contracts and management at Sanders, a
Lockheed Martin company in Nashua, N.H. A Navy veteran of
the Korean War, he retired from the Naval Reserves as a lieutenant
commander. He is survived by his wife, Theresa; two daughters;
a brother, Emmett J. Jr. '51; a sister; a grandson; and several
Denis J. Donovan, M.D.
Sept. 5, 1999
At the New York United Hospital Medical Center, Port Chester,
at 65. Dr. Donovan, who maintained a medical practice in
Rye, N.Y., had most recently been chairman
of the department of family practice at the New York United Hospital Medical
Center. He had also been a former member of the Medical Board, preceptor of
medical students at New York Presbyterian Hospital and
New York Medical College in Rye,
police and fire surgeon and Rye City School District physician. Dr. Donovan
is survived by his wife, Lin; three
sons; five daughters; and 14 grandchildren.
Paul J. Hintelmann Jr.
July 28, 1999
At the Riverview Medical Center, Red Bank, N.J., at 62.
For the past 37 years, Mr. Hintelmann had worked as an
insurance and financial services representative
for Prudential Insurance, most recently in Oakhurst, N.J. He was past president
of the National Association of Life Underwriters. Mr. Hintelmann is survived
by his wife, Maureen; two daughters; and two
Philip T. Cunningham
Nov. 6, 1999
At his home in Alexandria, Va. Prior to his retirement
in 1998, Mr. Cunningham had been chairman of the board,
president and chief executive officer of
Microdyne Corp. of Alexandria, Va. A retired commander, he had served in
the U.S. Navy
for 20 years. Following his retirement from the military in 1979, he founded
Basic Technology Corp. in Alexandria. After selling the company, he started
the Federal Technology Corp., serving as chairman of the board and president;
company name was later changed when the Federal Technology Corp. absorbed
the Microdyne Co. of Florida. He is survived by his wife Lizanne; a son;
a sister; and
William J. Lally
Sept. 26, 1999
At the Waveny Care Center in Connecticut, at 61. A certified
financial planner, Mr. Lally had headed his own firm, Lally
and Associates, Inc., New Canaan, Conn. A former president
of the Fairfield County Chapter of the International Association
for Financial Planning, Inc., he was also a member of the
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and
the Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants.
In addition, Mr. Lally had served on the boards of the
Chamber of Commerce and the New Canaan Historical Society.
He is survived by his wife, Janet Lou; five daughters;
and seven grandchildren.
August Paul Cervini Jr.
Sept. 8, 1999
At his home in Worcester, Mass., at 61. Mr. Cervini had
most recently been a physical education teacher in the
Webster (Mass.) public school system for
30 years. He had previously worked for General Motors Acceptance Corp. A member
of the basketball team at Holy Cross, Mr. Cervini served as a referee for several
years. He is survived by two sons; four daughters; a sister; and a granddaughter.
Rev. Michael J. Doyle
Aug. 3, 1999
At Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, Mass., at 57. Fr.
Doyle had most recently been coordinator of the Spanish Apostolate,
from June 1990 to the time of his
death. As a curate, he was first assigned to Notre Dame Church, Adams, Mass.,
and later to Our Lady of Hope Church in Springfield, Mass. From 1970 to 1973,
Fr. Doyle served at St. Michael's Cathedral. After receiving his master's degree
from Catholic University, Washington, D.C., in 1970, he was associated with
Catholic Charities in the Springfield Diocese. During this time, he was a chaplain
at the Hampden County Jail and the Hampden County Training School in Agawam,
Mass. Fr. Doyle taught at Elms College in Chicopee from 1971 to 1974. He was
assigned to St. Matthew's Church in the Indian Orchard section from 1973-1978
and then served at St. Mary's Church until 1984. Fr. Doyle served two terms
on the Diocesan Senate from 1972 to 1978 and was director of the annual Catholic
Stewardship Appeal from 1982 to 1997. He was appointed pastor of Blessed Sacrament
Church, Springfield, in 1984, and the administrator of All Souls Church Parish,
also in Springfield, in 1997. Fr. Doyle served on many boards, including the
Our Lady of Providence Home for Children in Brightside, Mass., and the Massachusetts
Catholic Conference in Boston. He is survived by cousins.
July 22, 1999
At his home in Florida, at 57. Mr. Sprindzunas had jointly
owned and operated RJS Homes Inc. in Northboro, Mass., for
10 years. Previously, he had been a
regional manager for the state Department of Public Health in Central Massachusetts
for more than 10 years. Mr. Sprindzunas had also been a business consultant
and manager of the Milford downtown partnership. He is survived by a son; a
daughter; his mother; a sister; and nephews and nieces.
Edward M. Walsh
Aug. 27, 1999
In New York, at 50. Prior to his retirement in 1997, Mr.
Walsh had been a clerk for the County of Westchester, N.Y.
He is survived by five brothers, including
William J. Jr., M.D., '60 and Francis X., M.D., '63; and three sisters. His
father was the late William J. '34.
Paul V. Hajjar
July 27, 1999
At Saints Memorial Medical Center, Lowell, Mass., at 49.
A certified public accountant, Mr. Hajjar had been associated
with the Lowell, Mass.-based Village
Concepts Inc. He had also been an associate professor at Rivier College, Nashua,
N.H. Mr. Hajjar is survived by a son; two daughters; two brothers; two sisters;
an aunt; and several nephews and nieces.
Daniel L. O'Donnell Jr.
Oct. 5, 1999
At South Shore Hospital, Weymouth, Mass., at 49. Mr. O'Donnell
had most recently been vice president of the Trans-Global
Mortgage Services, South Easton, Mass.,
for eight years. Previously, he had worked as a mortgage broker for Northern
Financial, Hanover, Mass., for seven years, and as a social worker for the
Massachusetts Department of Welfare in Hingham and Norwell for 10 years.
He is survived by his wife, Janice; and two daughters.
Richard K. Skinner
Sept. 2, 1999
At Sentara General Hospital, Norfolk, Va., of cancer, at
47. Dr. Skinner, a chiropractor, owned the Skinner Chiropractic
Clinic in Seattle, Wash., for eight years, until 1997.
Previously, he had been a math and science teacher at the
Hebron Academy in Maine, for several years. Dr. Skinner
is survived by his wife, Paulette Florio; his parents;
four brothers; and eight nephews and nieces.
Gary H. Houser
Sept. 16, 1999
In Branford, Conn., at 47. Mr. Houser, a certified public
accountant, had most recently been associated with the
firm of Searles and Houser, LLC. Previously,
he had been employed with the former firm of Haskins and Sells in New York
City, the former Penn Central Corp. of Greenwich, Conn., and Cole, Frago, Cusick,
Chestler and Co., Wethersfield, Conn. He is survived by his mother; and a sister.
Matthew Christian Larkin
July 13, 1999
In White Plains, N.Y., at 41. Mr. Larkin had most recently
volunteered at the Children's Museum of Chicago, Ill. Previously, he had worked in the corporate
insurance field. Mr. Larkin is survived by his mother and father, Philip C.,
M.D., '45; four brothers, including Timothy J. '78 and Edward W. '75; two sisters;
and 12 nephews and nieces.
Mark V. Robichaud
Sept. 18, 1999
At his home in Broadview, Ill, of cancer, at 40. Most recently,
Mr. Robichaud had been a regional sales manager with Hirose
Electronics in Broadview, Ill.
He is survived by his wife, Alison; his parents; and two brothers.
Beverly J. Cass
Sept. 14, 1999
At the Berkshire Medical Center, Pittsfield, Mass., at
34. A certified public accountant, Ms. Cass had been associated
with Coopers & Lybrand in Albany,
N.Y., and Boston, Mass. She had also been an account executive at the Boston
Edison Co. Inc. Ms. Cass is survived by her parents; a brother; two sisters;
a nephew; and four nieces.