In 1998 Dr. Lord moved to Vermont where he planned to retire. Instead, he established a private practice in Chester and later was a staff psychologist with the VA Medical Center in White River Junction.
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Norman P. Riggs
He was quiet and humble about his service to the community, rarely mentioning it to others.
Matthew J. Kelsh III
He loved spicy food, fishing, boating on Lake Champlain, driving around Vermont, and never lost his love of aircraft.
Glenn Edward Taulton Sr.
He attended rallies to fight for labor rights and equality for all, and campaigned for Bernie Sanders.
Celebration of life to be held for Richard (Dick) Jenney
There will be a Celebration of Life for Richard (Dick) Jenney on Saturday, June 10 at 2 p.m. at the Unitarian Church of Montpelier.
He was elected to the Vermont House of Representatives in 1992. He served with passion for four terms, championing such issues as single-payer universal healthcare, same-sex marriage equality and environmental protection with public control of utilities.
Christina Bolduc Cinti
It is sometimes said that we may often forget what people tell us, and sometimes we even forget what people show us, but we never forget how a person made us feel. Christy always made us all feel better, feel seen, feel heard.
Thomas J. Judge
Tom was employed in the insurance industry for over 30 years both in New York City and in Vermont and later worked as an editor for NewsBank in Chester.
Celebration of life to be held for James Lasell Morse
A quintessential public servant and so much more, Jim once wrote: "at death I have a resume, but where I’m going experience doesn’t count, like a merchant mariner moving to Omaha.”
Bill was an active and generous member of the Londonderry community. He served on the School Board for 8 years and served two terms as a Selectman for the town of Londonderry and was also a member of the planning commission.