Lewis Prouty Bissell, 82, of Jackson, NH died December 10, 2000. Born in Medford, MA, he was a graduate of UNH where he met and later married Priscilla Emery who worked for Joe Dodge. He then received a master s degree in forestry at Yale and served in the Army Air Corps during WWII. He […]
Paul Doherty 6/19/1919 – 06/18/2000. A memorial service was held for Paul, 81, July 22 in Gorham. Though not a hutman, his activities during a busy outdoors career were intertwined with the huts. After WWII serving as a Navy volunteer (precursor to the SEALS), he became a NH Conservation Office moving through the ranks until […]
Peter Limmer 79, of Intervale, NH died June 15, 2000 at the Memorial Hospital after a long illness. A devoted father and husband, he was born in Vachendorf, Bavaria-Germany. The son of Peter Limmer Sr. and Maria (Buecherl) Limmer. He was predeceased by his brother Francis Limmer in 1997.Peter served with distinction, at Roosevelt Field […]
Alan M. Corindia, 52, of 24 Jenkins Lane, Sullivan, NH died August 14, 1999 at his home after a period of failing health. He was born in Winchester, Mass., Oct. 13, 1946, son of Attilio E. and Dorothy E. (Macman) Corindia, and lived in Reading, Mass. and Strafford before moving to Sullivan 21 years ago. […]
Robert “Shorty” Lange, 73, passed away at Copley Hospital in Morrisville, Vermont on April 1, 1999. Born in Stoneham, Mass., on May 1, 1925, he was the son of the late George A. and Mabel (Johnson) Lange. On May 12, 1967, he married the former Harriet “jackie” (Stock) Jordan in Hanover, NH. Mr. Lange attended […]
Bill Appell, Lakes Hutmaster 1941, died February 12, 1999.
Charles Brownell, Madison 1941, died February 2, 1999.
Margery Lang Hamilton, 89, a special member, died October 23, 1997 in Plymouth, MA. A portrait and landscape artist, she is remembered for her Huts 100th exhibition of mountain paintings and her portrait of Joe Dodge which were hung at Pinkham the summer of 1988. She leaves a son James of Cohasset, MA and daughter […]
Harry Clay McDade, 73, of Littleton, NH died at his home October 13, 1997 after a long illness. Not a hutman, but a friend to many Greenleaf hutmen, Harry, a general surgeon, was known as the “Climbing Doctor” who was instrumental in the Cannon Mountain rescues in 1959 and organized the critical care response to […]
Colin Miles Davidson died June 15,1997 at his home in Madison, NH. After an extraordinarily active life, he was still planning publication projects while succombing to Lou Gehrig’s disease. After working in the huts in the mid ’60s, he became a rock climbing instructor at the EMS climbing school in North Conway; joined the American […]