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Vicki was proud of her lifetime spent in and around Burlington and often commented on the beauty of Lake Champlain.
He was a poet, educator, philosopher, and perennial seeker of answers to life’s most thorny questions.
He was a prolific scholar who focused especially on the Holocaust, and the need for deep historical understanding to make sense of the present.
Bill served his country during WWII as part of the Counter Intelligence Corps (CIC). After the war Bill and Mary returned to Burlington where he began his career in business at the E.B and A.C. Whiting Company.
He was a true Renaissance man, kind and generous, with many talents and passions. Frank was a teacher, an artist, a reader, a writer, and a traveler seeking adventure.
In addition to adventures in China, New Zealand, Spain, Alaska, Mexico, and other exciting locales, Ed and Jane enjoyed summers at their beautiful New England cabin up in Colebrook, NH.
The greatest love of her life was the love she had for her two boys, Cashel and Ryan. They returned her love fiercely. We all did. We all do.
Steve’s life was a beacon to all who loved him — of goodness, kindness, bravery, a keen intelligence, wry sense of humor, and understanding heart.
He was the son of the late Honorable Francis B. McCaffrey, Jr. and Rita Whalen McCaffrey.
Tina was a talented seamstress and an accomplished needle pointer and knitter. She was curious and a lover of books.
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