Archive for August 2013

Williamson Building & Invitation

Invitation Please join us for cocktails and dinner with our special guests of honor, the Peter Williamson family, as we celebrate the construction of the Williamson Translational Research Building now underway. Hosted by: Wiley "Chip" Souba, Jr.,MD, Scd, MBA Dean, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth-Vice President for Health Affairs, Dartmouth College THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2013 Cocktail reception- 6:00 p.m. | Dinner- 7:00 p.m. Norris Cotton Cancer Center, Barbara E. Rubin Building Atrium, Level 7, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH Please reply by September 26 to Katrina Davis at (603) 653-0721 or Katrina.E.Davis@Dartmouth.edu Read the rest of this entry »

BARNARD, DR. BRYANT

f Wenham passed away on August, 17, 2013. Born in 1936 in Montclair NJ, to  Frank George Barnard and Louise Stauffen Barnard,  he was a graduate of Fountain Valley School (CO), Dartmouth College ‘58, and Cornell University Medical College.   Much loved husband of Doris (Krebs), he is also survived by his sister, Carol Ottenberg (Simon); three sons, Robb (Doug), Scott (Kristina) and Timothy (Kate); and three grandsons, Ross, Peter and Caden. Bryant served as a surgeon in the US Navy onboard the aircraft carrier USS Independence stationed off Vietnam, and at the Naval Hospital in Portsmouth NH. As a urologist, Bryant opened North Shore Urological Associates in 1971, and developed that practice until his retirement in December 1997.  During his tenure at Beverly and Addison Gilbert Hospitals, he was elected Chief of Surgery and President of the Medical Staff of Beverly Hospital. He was also President of the Evelyn Lilly Lutz Foundation and President of the Massachusetts Association of Practicing Urologists. After retirement, he continued to be a Trustee of Northeast Health Systems, which includes Beverly, Addison Gilbert and Hunt Hospitals, and traveled on numerous surgical mission trips to Cameroon and Kosovo.  Bryant was also a longtime member of the Miles River Marsh Rats and an avid outdoorsman; he traveled the world with Dorie to fish and bird watch. At home, he was an accomplished woodworker, pilot, gardener, conservationist, and philanthropist. In the past decade, much of his time and energy went into design and implementation of the Iron Rail Cemetery and Arboretum.
Visiting hours will be from 4-7pm Friday, at Campbell- Lee, Moody, Russell Funeral Home, 525 Cabot Street,  North Beverly Location, Beverly. A Celebration of his Life will be held at the First Church in Wenham at 11am, Saturday, September 7. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Bryant’s name to Camp Sunshine, 35 Acadia Rd., Casco, ME 04015 or The Greater Yellowstone Coalition, 215 S. Wallace, Bozeman MT. 59715. Information, directions, condolences at www.campbellfuneral.com

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NEELY, THEODORE A.

NEELY, Theodore A.  Theodore A. Neely passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, (July 20, 2013). He was born in New Haven, on April 9, 1936 to Theodore A. Neely and Esther Swanson Neely. Ted graduated from The Morgan School in 1954 and Dartmouth College in 1958. He served in the U.S. Army in Turkey from 1959 to 1962. After working as a civilian in Germany for several years, he moved to Washington, D.C., and worked as a Russian translator for the Library of Congress and a Russian linguist with the Office of Naval Intelligence until his retirement in 1995. Ted is survived by his wife Charlotte Durkin Neely; and his cousins, Anne Swanson McQueen (Daniel) and William Neely; many brothers- and sisters-in-law, and many loving nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; his sister Joan Neely; and his cousin John Edward Swanson. Ted provided guidance, encouragement, and comfort to all who knew him, especially his nieces and nephews, in whom he took a deep personal interest. They always looked forward to spending time with him. Ted and Charlotte moved to the Neely family homestead in Madison in 2002. He volunteered with the Clinton Historical Society, the Morgan Alumni Association and the Madison Archives, and traveled extensively both here and abroad. Ted also began the Drew Crew, a group of former Morgan athletes who got together several times a year in honor of Coach Norm Drew. Visitation will be held at the Swan Funeral Home in Clinton on Friday, July 26, from 4-8 p.m. A memorial service will be held there on Saturday, July 27, at 10 a.m. Burial with full military honors will take place at the Cypress Cemetery in Westbrook immediately following the service. Donations in his name may be made to the Clinton Historical Society, P.O. Box 86, Clinton CT 06413 or the Morgan School Alumni Association, 36 Cow Hill Road, Clinton, CT 06413. – See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/hartfordcourant/obituary.aspx?n=Theodore-NEELY&pid=166017752#fbLoggedOut

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