Phil Costello, Founder and Director of Project U.S.E. lost his year and half long battle with bone cancer on December 11, 2005. Phil was 64. A former marine, Phil became a teacher at Trenton NJ high school in the 1960’s, working with kids everyone else had given up on. During those early years he spend […]
Bertram “Swoop” Goodwin, 93, a retired lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army and later industrial engineer with the Post Office, died Friday, Nov. 11, 2005, at the Hunt Community in Nashua, NH. Col. Goodwin was born and lived in Marblehead, Mass., at Doaks Lane until going into the Army. He was the son of the […]
William Hastings, Sr., 76, of Shelburne, NH, passed away on Tuesday, August 30, 2005 at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, NH. He was born in Bethel, ME, on April 20, 1929, the son of William And Ruth (Cole) Hastings, and was raised in Bethel. After graduating from Gould Academy, he joined the US Marines […]
Arthur ‘Skiwax’ MacGregor of Concord NH died August 26, 2005 in Concord at age 93. He got his nickname from Joe Dodge when he worked at Pinkham, then Lakes and Galehead in the early 1930s. He was a graduate of Dartmouth with a masters from Yale and advanced work at Harvard. His father was Red […]
Ted Rooslund passed away in Connecticut in February 23, 2002. Ted was 66. He worked at Pinkham in 1957 and owned a ship modeling business in Cromwell, CT. During his stint at Pinkham, he was a member of a five-man rescue team which successfully rescued a Mount Holoke student from Mt. Washington in November 1957.