Welcome to our "In Memoriam" page; dedicated to our beloved classmates who are no longer with us.

We have been jolted by the loss of many classmates.  We cannot believe they’re gone because we feel so young.  The reality is sobering and harsh.  We’ll miss them for they have faces and personalities that we recall with great fondness.  After all, we shared our days, our dances, our sports, our pranks and romances with them. Their absence reminds us that our days are precious and while that’s obvious, we keep forgetting.

How can we honor those who have passed away much too soon?  Perhaps a commitment to ourselves to treasure and be mindful, every single day, of the gifts that surround us will provide the best tribute of all to our deceased friends and classmates.

Please feel free to add a tribute by clicking the "Add a Tribute to" link for that classmate's name.


 

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Brian E. Kelly

- - May 19th, 2018

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Paul E. Davieau

- - April 7th, 2018

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Ralph S. Hawkins

- - February 10th, 2018

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Sybil M Killourhy

- - December 26th, 2017

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John T. Moruzzi

August 3rd, 1942 - December 3rd, 2017

John was remembered as a “great kid” by many of his friends in his A.H.S . Class of 1961 year book. He will also be remembered as a great husband to his wife Anne of 42 years, Father to John Anthony, Father-in-law to Michelle Moruzzi and “Grampy” to his grandson, John Thomas Moruzzi.
 

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Michael Gambardella

- - October 26th, 2017

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David A. Martin

- - September 26th, 2017

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From Jack Radochia on September 29th, 2017
Dave,
  
Thanks for being a true friend all of these years.  I will always remember our days in High School and then in Colorado.  A special thanks for your efforts to have everyone play at 110%.  I especially enjoyed being a lead blocker for you when you had the ball.You were a great runner and most important very consistant.

I will miss our chats and especially my last visit with you when I gave you an Arlington hat with our Indian logo. You put it on and wore it proudly.  

Rest In Peace and God bless you.  Your friend always

Jack
 

Carolee Collins (Fannon)

- - September 1st, 2017

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Roy K. Publicover

- - June 26th, 2017

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Paul F. Smith

November 2nd, 1943 - May 16th, 2017

Paul was a great guy. Quiet and well liked by all.  He leaves his wife Rita (Stanley ) Smith,four children and five grandchildren.  He will be missed by all. 

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Alfred Gaza

- - May 2nd, 2017

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Annette T. Raduazzo

- - February 26th, 2017

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From Mary (Bilafer) Day on March 5th, 2017
Annette, so sorry to hear of your passing. You were one of the nicest and kindest people I have ever met. Your mom and dad were always so kind to me, I will always have a special place in my heart for them as well.  As I told you many times, I bring out my beautiful pear shaped salad bowl you gave me and I tell everyone the story behind my favorite salad bowl every holiday.
I am sure you are in heaven with your wonderful parents.
With much love and sympathy,
Tony and Mary Day
 

Marie G. Battaglia

- - February 12th, 2017

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From Joan (Mutty) McPartlin on March 10th, 2017
Marie was one of the gentlest and nicest persons I've known.  
 

John Hess

- - December 15th, 2016

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Calvin T. Cutter

November 26th, 1943 - November 18th, 2016

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Janet I. Proulx

- - September 30th, 2016

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From Lorraine (Demers) MacDonald on April 10th, 2017
I miss you every day my dear friend.  You will never be forgotten.  Love you, Lorraine
 

John I. Shannon

July 29th, 1943 - August 19th, 2016

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David A. March

- - January 26th, 2015

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Edward J. Corbett

May 1st, 1943 - July 18th, 2014

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Theresa M. Ofria

- - May 12th, 2014

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William F. Brennan

- - March 29th, 2014

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John Thurston

July 14th, 1943 - January 29th, 2014

My brother John Thurston passed 1/29/14 after lengthy illness.  He left 2 sons, Kevin and Keith and 4 grandchildren.  We miss him.

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Lorraine A. Trubiano

- - November 26th, 2013

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From Sheila Scanlon-Piacentini on May 2nd, 2014
I am saddend to read of Lorraine's passing. We had some good times. 
Rest in Peace
 

Edward J. Lewis

January 23rd, 1944 - August 19th, 2013

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Susan A Decker

- - April 5th, 2013

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From betsy carter on April 22nd, 2013
Susan & went to the locke school together.  In high school we didn't see much of each other, but I'll always remember how much fun she was.  We recently reconnected, and I will miss her.  She was a hairdresser for awhile, and fixed my hair for my 1963 wedding.
 

Leonard A. Kuhn

January 26th, 1944 - February 28th, 2013

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Joanne Forni

September 30th, 1943 - January 4th, 2012


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Geraldine M Greene

- - December 15th, 2011


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From Eileen McGuinness on July 24th, 2016
I will always remember Jeri, who was my best friend in Arlington High, and our weekend walks to the Capitol Theater to see a new Elvis movie.  She was one of the best friends I had in those carefree days.  She also had a great caring family.  God bless her and her husband.
 

William T. Greene


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From Joe Rollins on March 23rd, 2011
Will always remember the good old days at First National in Lexington.
 
From Bill Harrigan on March 28th, 2011
Always "Dean Martin" cool.
 

Eileen J. O'Donnell


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Paul J. Boutiette


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Richard H. Buzzell


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From Jack Radochia on March 30th, 2011
Richard,
I think of you often, especially when I'm at Arlington Center and paying my respects to the classmates on the Vietnam Memorial at the Fire Station.  You have made the ultimate sacrifice with many others for all of us.  I have many wonderful memories of the years we spent at Arlington High.  Your positive attitude and respect to others will always be remembered.  We will be thinking of you at our 50th.
 
From Bill Harrigan on March 28th, 2011
I was the assistant manager to the hockey team.  Richard was the manager.  I got to wash and press hockey uniforms and buy and lay out oranges in the locker room between periods.  This was a great privilege and honor for me. What a great team!!  Richard was very focused and always seemed to know how and where he was going.  I'll bet his last words were, "I'll be back" and I bet he will be.
 
From Susan Merrill on July 11th, 2011
I remember Richard...he was funny and sweet.
 
From BoB Harrington on September 8th, 2011
Hey Richie can you get me some dry socks,a tee shirt and a clean jock! Richie was a great guy to have on any team and we all enjoyed working with him at AHS.
Richie fought hard to get where he was and in an era when most worked every excuse possible to avoid service he stepped up to the plate and suffered the consequence. If he returned today he would tell you he was proud to serve.
This was a stand up guy!
Semper Fi - Hago

 

Bruce L. Humes


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From Bill Harrigan on March 28th, 2011
Brucie was a good friend of mine.  We used to mow lawns for cash in the summer.  I sometimes helped his father and Bruce unload fireplace grates into his fathers shop on Mass. Ave. Its too bad that he is gone, but if I know Bruce, his last words would have been "I'll be back", and I am sure he will be.
 
From Karen Marley on June 25th, 2011

Bruce and I were married for several years and though it didn't work out for us I know he was a good man. He has 3 boys to carry on his legacy.

 
From Betsy Garton on June 29th, 2011
Bruce lived across the street from me.  He was my first boyfriend in grammer school.  In winter his Dad would flood the front yard so we could all ice skate.
 
From Glady Anderson Rife on July 27th, 2011
Bruce lived down the street from me and  he was a good friend during school years.
 
From Donna (Humes) Donovan on August 3rd, 2011

Bruce was my brother.  He was a good brother and always there when I needed him.  I have wonderful memories of our childhood growing up in Arlington.  He sure loved his motorcycles and hotrods!    

 

Maura A. Moloy


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From Dan O'Connell on September 4th, 2015
My mother met Maura while Maura was in high school, my mother needed help with her then three children. Maura's mother sent her to my moms and told her to help out Mrs O'Connell. That was the start of their life long friendship. Maura became a part of our family and a second mother to me and my Godmother. I miss her everyday she was one of a kind.
 

Edmund Curran


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Margaret A. Doherty


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From Joe Rollins on April 4th, 2011
Margaret, will always remember our days at St. James School.  You were smart, pretty and a great !!! person.
 
From Eileen McGuinness on September 18th, 2016
Peggy and I were on the St. James softball team, and she was a geat friend.  very nice and a great player.  Years we can never forget. 
 

Janet Downs


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From Carol Bertagan DiStefano on February 6th, 2011
My dearest friend since second grade....I miss you very much.  You were so dear to me...a true friend...a wonderful person.  I stay in touch with you through your wonderful daughter, Pam.  I know you are watching over us.  I love and miss you.
 

Eugene P. Sweeney


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Charles H. Kendall


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From Ralph Hawkins on September 30th, 2011
Charlie and I were good friends during Junior High School (West). After high school Charlie became a machinist. In the middle seventies I worked with Charlie's dad, we were both employees of the Defense Contract Administration Service Office at General Electric in Lynn MA.
 

James F. Belluche


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Dermot J. Collins


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From Karen Marley on July 1st, 2011
I met Dermot at St, James elementary school, I was friends with his sister Brenda  and have a lot of good memories of both of them, one time Dermot had me get on top of a chicken coop and we were throwing rocks and the owner came out and started yelling we jumped down and ran. my mom had a fondness for him and used to call him dirty derm (refering to his face) he was a character and I loved him for it but as time passes we grew apart and went our separate ways but I will always remember his smile and that mischevious look in his eye.
 
From Fred Worth on September 8th, 2012
Knew Dermot as a boy of 14 attended Windor Mountain Camp for Boys in NH.  Very fun loving easy going youngster.  I was his Waterfront Swimming Instructor and also from Arlilington  I really liked the young man and wished I knew him longer although I spent years in the military as he did also.  He had a brother, Lawrence, as I recall who was older.
My email is faw_0700@yahoo.com if anyone wish to contact me
 

Edward J. LaLumiere


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Fred E. Perry


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From Jeremy Brigham on March 14th, 2011
Fred was the most enthusiastic chess player I ever knew. 
 
From Ralph Hawkins on September 30th, 2011
Fred was a person who hadn't quite found himself during high school. Fred was exceptionally smart and did well in school. Unfortunately, since Fred was a little "different", he was often teased in high school by his class mates. I often felt sorry for him, but at the time I didn't know how to help the situation.
 

Andris Lincis


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From Melvin Ponte on March 13th, 2011
 To one of my greatest friends throughout the years. How can I ever forget all that we shared. You will never be forgotten no matter how much time passes. I will always love you and your familly.
 

Rosemary C. Rizzo


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From William Harrigan on March 29th, 2011
Rosemary was a smokin hot babe loved life and her kids. She was dedicated to her family and kids. She may be gone now, but she will be back.
 

William R. Dutton


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From Ralph Hawkins on September 30th, 2011
Bill Dutton and I went to Saint John's Episcopal Church together. I remember him as a very likeable person.
 

Alan C. Wilson


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From Jeremy Brigham on March 14th, 2011
Image  Alan was a good guy.  We shared a great circle of friends in common.
 
From Freda and Ralph Warrington on March 18th, 2011
 Only as adults did we understand how creative a musician Alan was and we can only imagine how bright a future he might have had.  Fortunately for us, Alan left behind the music and lyrics of Canned Heat, all very reminiscent of the 60's.
 
From John Paul Jones on August 3rd, 2011
Alan Wilson was one of the most under rated musicians of the 60s era and at this time we are about to start a campaign to place him in his rightful place in the "forever27club"
His contribution to modern day music especially the blues is outstanding and it is his time to be recognised
 
From Arthur Barlas on August 29th, 2011
Image Allen was the smartest of the smart. A dear, creative, witty, sensitive nerd.   He could have been successful in any field he chose. As I remember, he played first board on the chess team. A dear friend in h.s. and at B.U., he chose the blues.  As the creative force of Canned Heat he's already entered pop musical history, and will be remembered far after most of are gone and forgotten. Love you always, gentle soul.
 
From Ellie Judge Johnson on September 11th, 2011
Alan was so smart -- I think his IQ was off the charts.  We were classmates starting at Lock school, and I remember him fondly.  I still have my Canned Heat record -- rock on, Alan! 
 
From Richard Wharton on September 23rd, 2011
I remember Alan ("Blind Owl") as being a kind and gentle friend to me.  I enjoyed playing in one of his performance groups back in AHS.  He was just stretching his wings back then and later went on to make his mark on the music scene.  Everyone who knew him has fond memories.  He was one of the good guys.
 
From Bill Collins on June 18th, 2012
I never met Alan...but give me a chance to meet one guy..it would have been him. I saw him play twice in St.Louis..and I can still see him up there on stage. He was absolutely the best harmonica player that has or ever will live. Not the fastest or fanciest...but he played notes with more feelilng than anyone else... I heard him talk once about his love for music..and thought this guy must have been the smartest guy in his school or close to it...He seemed to have such a great spirit about him. When I get to heaven...maybe my wish will come true.. I will never forget him..
 

Carol B. DiNucci


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Thomas A. MacEachern


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From John Moruzzi on September 3rd, 2011
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Robert A. Covell


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Elizabeth A. Lewis


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Blanche A. Raab


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From Susan Merrill on July 11th, 2011
I loved Blanche. She was so pretty and we helped each other with love - getting through crushes and crashes.
 
From Marie Morinico on October 20th, 2014
Image Miss you dear friend and cherish all the wonderful memories of you. 
 

Walter H. Kelleher


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Marcia C. Noyes


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Mary Jane C. Arrigo


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Richard Foley


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Francis Scannell


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Dorothy L. Howell


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From Betsy Carter Garton on April 9th, 2011
We spent many a good time together growing up at the Locke school and Jr. High West, and AHS.  Always went to Rainbow girls and double dated many a time.  Sorry we didn't reconnect.
 
From Glady Anderson on July 27th, 2011
We spent many days in elementry school  till high school to gether. I will always remember spending summers with her and her family in their cottage in So. Weymouth. We also were Rainbow  friends.
 
From Susan Center on August 17th, 2011
I remember Dorothy from Locke School.  She was so sweet.  I remember playing at her house on the corner of Park Ave and Appleton Streets.  She died way too young.
 
From Ellie Judge Johnson on September 11th, 2011
Dorothy organized our "gang" to walk to Jr. High West -- she, Gladys Anderson, Betsy Carter and me.  After school, I would go over to her house and we'd watch American Bandstand and try to learn the latest dance steps (while doing our homework, of course)! 
 
From Michael Thompson on February 12th, 2015
I am Dorothy's son.  I appreciate all the kind words said about my mother.  RIP Mom
 
From Albert Eisnor on August 4th, 2016
I remember Dorothy as a sweet an caring person, she had a beautiful smile and a great sense of humor.
We met on a blind date, which produced many many memories.  I attended her Junior Prom, She attended my Senior Prom.  We had some wonderful times together in the two years I knew her.   It is
sad to learn of her passing but the memories she wrote in my yearbook will last forever.
Peace be with you an to yours peace.

 
 

Joan A. Davison


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From Ralph Hawkins on September 30th, 2011
My parents and Joan's parents were good friends. We all took it very hard when she died of pneumonia. She was in her early thirties and left at least one small child when she died.
 

Leo Scully


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From Jeremy Brigham on March 14th, 2011
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From Freda Spector Warrington on March 18th, 2011
 Spector sat behind Scully so I knew the back of Leo's head well.  I wish I could thank him for his quiet kindness to me throughout high school.  Leo defined the "scholar athelete" with his keen intelligence and his grace on the basketball court. 
 
From Cal Cutter on April 10th, 2011
A quintessential scholar-athlete and foremost a gentleman. 
 
From Bob Harrington on May 25th, 2011
How many times are we going to shovel the snow off that Summer St. basketball court? I missed our senior year on the hard wood.I can picture you and Ross shooting hoops and making those three pointers.I think of you often.
 
From Susan Merrill on July 11th, 2011
I remember Leo Scully very well. He was tall, handsome, quiet, kind and very smart. He was one of our strongest and best.
 
From David Falwell on August 11th, 2011
Leo and I remained close friends until his death.  I sorely miss him.
 
From Ralph Warrington on September 12th, 2011
Leo deserves all of the positive attributes people use to describe him - intelligent, athletically gifted, a leader with a positive attitude.  He was a gentleman and much more mature than most of us.  I admired Leo for his keen focus on his basketball and academics.  He knew where he wanted to go.
 
From Sheila Scanlon on September 24th, 2011
I remember Leo as far back as, Junior High. My memories are of a really sweet guy,and I know you never changed.
Rest in Peace,Leo

Sincerely,
Sheila
 

Patricia A. Ridge


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From Arlene Moniz on April 2nd, 2011
’ll always remember your beautiful smile, infectious laugh…and you “got teeth” 
 
From Joan Grary-Gazza on May 13th, 2011
Love and fond memories always, Joan and Family We Love You
 
From Bob Harrington on March 20th, 2014
I remember the nights at Buttricks with a half filled frappe cup chasing Patty and Nancy Katz in a game of touch football.Patty was a sweetheart and I place her in a very small group of gals from that class of 61 that I wish I had known better.
Always a smile and a witty comment that picked you up on a bad day.

 
 

John F. Sullivan


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Richard J. Tompkins


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Kenneth B. Bredin


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Barbara L. Hamilton


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Ross H. Morrison


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From Bob Harrington on February 10th, 2011
We miss you Ross.The quick wit with a name for everyone that touched his circle of friends-from Dinky,Pew.Chas,Radish,Hago and a lot more,he was a fun guy to be around.
Whether it was a pair of spikes,cleats or sneakers,Ross played the game on a higher level than the average ball player.
We traveled together thru the West and AHS and I have many fond memories of the Summer St. baseball and hoop games with Leo and Ralph we played as kids.
Take care my friend.  Hago

 
From Veronica (Mooradian) Lierman on March 18th, 2011
I still recall one rainy day when our teacher at Cutter School asked Ross why he did not have a coat, and his reply was "I don't need one -- I won't get wet -- I run between the raindrops!"  I laughed then and have laughed often in the past 50 years as I recall that day.  He was a very nice boy -- even in high school.
 
From Jack Radochia on March 30th, 2011
Ross,
Many years have passed but I am grateful for having you as a friend.  We spent many years playing sports at the Cutter School, Junior High West, High School and later in the Arlington Adult Softball League.  I was fortunate to have been one of the lucky ones to play on many teams with you over 25 years.  I always called you the "Rock" as you were the most solid reliable athlete I ever played with.  Through prep  school and college I never saw anyone with your skill set in multiple sports.  You could do it all and proved it on many occasions.

I miss you and have shared many tears about you with Dianne.  She is so proud of you and misses you dearly.  You will always be with us and thanks for being there with us in some great games through the years.
 
From Lucinda Leonard on July 11th, 2011

Ross was my first heart throb especially in the 5th and 6th grades at Cutter.  He was the strong silent type with fantastic athletic abilities and the best at the  school yard games.  By the 7th grade our paths were quite different, but I will always think of Ross with fondness and a smile.

 
From Ralph Warrington on September 12th, 2011
 Ross was a natural athlete who always made the game more interesting with his sense of humor and search for athletic challenges.  Ross had "magic words" (Campanella, Bates) that would, if you believed in their powers, instill either good or bad luck in critical situations.  I still find myself using these words and thinking of Ross.  Ross also had a love for fishing.  We never caught much, but Ross always approached fishing as he did all sports, eternally confident of a "home run."
 
From Joe Rizzo on September 4th, 2011
Mister quiet guy always work with you in his own way , one of the best athletes I have had the pleasure to play with. sorry didn't have a chance to see you at the last reunion.
 
From Dick Gorham on September 22nd, 2011
Ross...we became good friends in high school and even better friends through college and beyond. I think of you often...Dick
 
From JOSEPHINE (JOMARIE) VAGNATI (NOW RAPTIS) on August 18th, 2013
Ross and I lived in the same neighborhood from ages 13 through high school and beyond  I had the biggest crush on him.  The strong silent type back then.  We never dated or anything like that we were just kids having fun together.  Looking back I wish it could have stayed that way forever.  What a wonderful era. Watching the AHS football games was so much fun.   All my memories of AHS are so warm and Ross was so loved there.
 

Frank E. Weymouth


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Sonia J. Starsia


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From JOSEPHINE (JOMARIE) VAGNATI(RAPTIS) on August 18th, 2013
I guess I can stop looking for you now, my old friend.   We lost touch after I got married in 1969    I use to try to find you on the computer once I got one, but I never knew if your name changed.  
Sonia was a happy, ambitious, and beautiful inside and out girl and so bright.  I was lucky to have been her friend.  We were friends still, after graduation and hung out together.   We went so many places and had so much fun.  I miss those days and treasure those memories. Now more than ever. 
 

Dorothea M. Dotalo


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From Ralph Hawklins on September 30th, 2011
Dorothea and I went to Cutter School together. I was there from second to sixth grade.
 
From JOSEPHINE (JOMARIE) VAGNATI (NOW RAPTIS) on August 18th, 2013
Dotty and I were best friends from Junior High West all through AHS
she moved to Florida and then to Maryland.  We lived two houses apart from each other during school years and again when she came back from Florida for a while  Dotty sufferered and died as a result of her battle with MS  I miss her!! She was the best friend anyone could ever hope to have.
 

Marita B. Simpson


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From Sheila Scanlon on February 27th, 2011
Marita,

"'A very sweet,unassuming class mate. "'
 
From Ralph Hawkins on September 30th, 2011
Marita and I went to Saint John's Episcopal Church together. In high school we went out on dates together a few times. I remember Marita as a quiet, likeable person.
 

Margaret M. Campbell


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From Mary Kelly(Winchenbaugh) on May 21st, 2011
Deeply sadden by this notice.  Will always remember the times at ACH.
 

Joyce M. Normandin


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Richard A. Cavicchi


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From Jack Radochia on March 30th, 2011
Richard,
I will always remember our days in school.  You were always making me laugh at myself when I did some ridiculus things.  I miss you and whenever I see Marie and your children at church a smile comes to my face.  You would be so proud of them and I am also.  You left us at a young age but your spirit lives on with all of us.
 

Mary E. King


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Marilyn C. O'Donnell


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E. Thomas Donahue


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Mary V. Biscoe


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From Susan Merrill on July 11th, 2011

I remember Mary was always friendly and happy...

 

Robert B. Doyle


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From Marley Karen on July 1st, 2011
Bob was the first  boy ever to kiss me, we were in "kindergarten", LOL  that was at the Locke school, he was a real sweat boy all through grade school and high.
 

Robert J. Sweeney


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From Joe Rollins on March 23rd, 2011
Will always remember our days at Saint James School and those "great" nuns.
 
From Donna (Humes-Sweeney) Donovan on August 3rd, 2011
Bob was my husband for 32 years.  I remember his 57' Blue Chevy and how much he loved that car.  He was a wonderful husband and a great Dad to his son and daughter.  He will always have a special place in our hearts.
 

Paulette A. Concannon


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From Lucinda Leonard on July 11th, 2011

Polly Concannon was a friend from the first day of kindergarten when she rushed up to greet me as I was saying a tearful goodbye to my Mother.  Off we went to the sandbox starting a friendship that lasted well after our school years.  Polly was a hugely talented and intelligent person.  Her great voice took her to many school shows, choruses, and choirs. Her business savvy and CPA kept her in constant demand especially as tax season rolled around.  Polly was a loyal and enjoyable friend and I still miss her.

 
From Susan Center on August 17th, 2011
I remember wonderful times singing with Paulette.  I was truly saddened to learn of her death.  I will always remember the fun times we had in chorus together.
 
From George Kenson on May 5th, 2016
Image Polly as I knew her was a classmate of mine at Bentley College. She was from Arlington and I was in Bentley 1962 1963 1964 1965.  I lived in Stoneham at the time but now in Wilmington.

Also knew Walter Murphy from Malden anther Bentley Graduate.

George L Kenson
Class of 1966
 

Thomas F. Bresnahan


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Robert D. Smith


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John D. Lawler


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From Rita Botti Cherubini on August 12th, 2011
John was a dear friend all through school.  He was a steady, clear headed guy and always had time for a laugh in Math class which we both hated.
 

Walter F. Preston


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Thomas R. Tourtellotte


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From Ralph Hawkins on September 30th, 2011
Tom and I went to Junior High School (West) together. If I remember correctly, Tom did the drawing that was used for the cover of our Junior High School year book.
 

Jeanne A. Day


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Carol A. Feeney


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From Susan Merrill on July 11th, 2011
Carol was a lovely gentle girl.
 

Joseph Riley


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James D. Paton


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From Ed Lewis on May 7th, 2011
Whenever you saw Jim, you saw Ed;  Whenever you saw Ed, you saw Jim.  Miss you buddy.
 

Joan M. Estrella


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From Eileen McGuinness on July 27th, 2016
Joan was one of the girls we hung around with in the sixties.  A very happy go lucky friend whose company we all enjoyed.
 

William J. Daly


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From Arlene Moniz on April 2nd, 2011
Our families spent some wonderful times together that I will always remember. Rest peacefully Billy.
 
From Neil Cadogan on March 24th, 2011
 Billy was a great friend of mine. I will always remember him.
 
From Tim Daly on May 7th, 2016
Image Happy 74th birthday Dad! May 7th, 2016!
I miss you every single day!
Love,
Tim
 

Robert L. MacGillivray


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Russell A. Richards


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From Sara (Sally) McCole (McPeake) on March 24th, 2011
Russ took me on my very first date to the Ice Capades. How could you forget your first date? He was a great guy and I am sorry he is gone.
 
From Betsy Carter Garton on April 9th, 2011
Many great memories of our fun times together.  He and I worked at First National Store in Lexington.  He always drove us to and from work.  After our shift on Friday nites we would either go bowling or out for pizza.  Miss you my friend.
 
From Ralph Hawkins on September 30th, 2011
Russ, Herb Johnson and I were friends during Junior High School (West). Many people called him Butch. His dad called him Joe.
 

Stephen L. MacGregor


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From Lucinda Leonard on July 11th, 2011

Stephen and I lived on the same street and went to the same schools and church. We also both worked for his Mother who was a caterer for elegant weddings and parties in the Boston area.  He had a great sense of fun and laughed easily even when small boys pestered him about his height when we walked to the Junior High West.  He was an interesting conversationalist with knowledge in science, math, and engineering and I enjoyed our friendship throughout the years.

 
From Susan Merrill on July 11th, 2011
 Stephen was funny and smart.
 
From Ralph Hawkins on September 30th, 2011
Steve and I were good friends during high school. We both belonged to DeMolay. Many times we went places together on our bicycles. I remember riding out to the town of Groton one day during that time. We were both interested in HO model trains at that time.
 

Vincent Kearns


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Allen J. Avery


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From Bill Matarese on November 27th, 2011
It's sad how we lose contact with people that were friends, Alan and I Jr.& Sr. year double dated and hung together. He went in the service, I continued on with school, lost contact, got married Etc:. Was saddened to hear Alan died in Vietnam. He is missed.
 
From Bob Laymon on February 23rd, 2012
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TSgt Allen J. Avery, USAF was KIA on April 6th 1972 along with the rest of his crew as they attempted to rescue U.S. airmen: call-sign Bat 21B and Nail 38B. He was flying out of Da Nang, Vietnam, aboard an HH-53C, Super Jolly Green, with the 37th ARRS.  Allen, along with the other crew members, were going into harms way in the service of our country, and doing it with honor. 
 
The crew was buried en masse in November, 1997 because some of the remains could not be specifically identified.  Newer DNA testing provided evidence of Allen Avery's remains.
 
Allen will be laid to rest with full military honors on Friday, April 6th 2012, at Arlington National Cemetery at 1:30 PM. His remains will be placed with his fellow crew members of Jolly Green 67. 
 
~ Godspeed ~
 
http://www.veterantributes.org/TributeDetail.asp?ID=611
 
 

Judith Gurney


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From Bob Harrington on September 6th, 2011
I did not know Judy socially at AHS but my recollection of her was of a half pint dynamo.Always on the move and getting things done.
Spike Gurney,Judys brother has been a life long friend and just recently we spent an afternoon playing catch up here in Fla. Judy for those of you that lost touch married a great guy,BC hockey player and had two sons.Dave and Judy Duffy lived the good life in NJ with their family until her passing. Too short a life for a girl that seemed to have it all.
I saw no entrys here and thought that my small tribute might jog a memory in the class of 61 and someone would add to the tribute of a great gal.
 
From Ralph Hawkins on September 30th, 2011
Judy and I went to Cutter School together. I remember Judy as a pleasant, friendly and out going person.
 

Joseph D. McGovern


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From Joe Rollins on March 23rd, 2011
Will always remember our trips to WinTon's and our attempted raft launches in various puddles throughout Arlington.
 

Kenneth F. Macolini


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Frank P. Denaro


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Donna L. Moore


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From Arlene Moniz on April 2nd, 2011
Remembering all the happy times we spent together when our children were young. Sweet dreams my friend
 
From Tim Daly on May 7th, 2016
Image Thinking about you Mom, Billy and Julie on Dad's birthday! I miss all of you very much.
Love your son and brother,
Tim