Vandice A. Porter died October 28, 1995. He worked rescue at Tucks and HoJo’s in the 1940s as well as making through service in the Pacific and Korean theaters.
Andy Damp, 48, died October 1, 1995 at the Hospice of Metro Denver in Aurora Colorado. A memorial service was held at Milton Academy December 2nd with many his friends and OH in attendance. He worked at Madison, Lonesome, Carter and Pinkham between 1962 and 1995. He had been sick for many years with a […]
Robert B. Williams of Winchester, MA died July 5, 1995 after a brief illness. He worked at Lonesome in ’32 with Ray Falconer. He was treasurer of the OH Association for several years. He leaves his wife Elizabeth, three children, six grandchildren, his OH brother Stilly Williams and two OH nephews John Valley and Ethan […]
Thomas McElrath Debevoise 2d, who was elected Attorney General in Vermont in 1960 and later was dean of the Vermont Law School, died on Feb. 1 1995 at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H. He was 65 and lived in Woodstock, Vt. He worked at Lakes in the 1940’s. The cause was complications from […]
Dr. Frederick A. Milan died in Fairbanks Alaska January 28, 1995 at the age of 70. He worked in the huts and at the Obs with Bob Beetle Elsner and Mack Beal in the late 1940’s. During WWII, he enlisted as a volunteer in the American Field Service and served as an ambulance driver in […]
Raymond Goldthwait Lavender died in Salem MA on January 13, 1995 at the age of 84. He worked at Lonesome and Greenleaf in the 1930’s and was a life trustee of the Obs after first becoming the AMC representative to the Obs Board of Trustees in 1956. A second generation printer, Ray printed the AMC […]