Obituaries
— Class of 1971

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May, 2019

William P. Morrow Jr. ’71, of Worcester, Mass.; Dec. 15. He worked as an appraisal specialist for Modern Manufacturing in Worcester before retiring. He was an avid Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots fan and enjoyed time at the beach. He is survived by his wife, Diane, and her son; a sister and brother-in-law; a brother; and nieces and nephews.

Mar, 2019

Stephen A. Williamson ’71, of Danvers, Mass.; Nov. 24, as a result of stroke complications. He worked for several companies as a management consultant and eventually worked independently until his retirement. For many years he served on the Danvers School Committee and was active in local issues. He enjoyed coaching his children in soccer and following their sporting endeavors, and was able to enjoy his granddaughter playing soccer for a few years. He is survived by his wife, Susan; a daughter and son-in-law; a son and daughter-in-law; four grandchildren; and two sisters.

 

Jan, 2019

Carl C. Chan ’71, of Monterey, Calif.; Sept. 2. He served in the U.S. Air Force as a science and administrative officer from 1971 to 1984. After receiving a master's in library science, he moved to Monterey and pursued a career as a librarian at the Aiso Library of the Defense Language Institute until his retirement. He was past president of the Chinese-American Librarians Assoc., vice president of the Salinas Chapter of the Chinese Americans Citizens Alliance, treasurer of the Monterey Bay Lion Dance Team, and served on the vestry of St. James Episcopal Church, where he also sang in the choir. He is survived by his brother Russell ’68.

 

Sep, 2018

William M. Abraham ’71, of Miami; Jan. 14, of prostate cancer. He spent nearly 40 years as director of medical research at Mt. Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach. He is survived by his wife, Kay; two sons and their spouses; three grandchildren; a sister; and several nieces and nephews.
 

 

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