Thomas P. Dimeo ’52, of Providence and Naples, Fla.; May 18. Following graduation and Navy service, he began his career at Dimeo Construction Company, the family business his father founded in 1930. Under his leadership the company grew into one of the largest firms in New England focused on large commercial construction projects, including Boston City Hospital, Independence Wharf in Boston, Women & Infants Hospital in Providence, the Providence Civic Center, and projects at Yale, Harvard, and Brown. In addition, he founded Dimeo Properties, a real estate firm now run by his son. He was instrumental in the evolution of Chapman Equipment Co. (a Dimeo subsidiary) into one of the region’s leading providers of aerial lifts. He was generous with his time and resources and served on numerous boards, including Veterans Memorial Auditorium Foundation, the United Way of Southeastern New England, Rhode Island Hospital, the Providence Public Library, the Rhode Island Philharmonic, the Rhode Island Zoological Society, and Greater Providence YMCA. He was active in Brown organizations as well, including the Brown Sports Foundation, the Brown Navy Club, and the President’s Leadership Council, as well as being a Brown alumni service volunteer. He was a member of Delta Upsilon and of several local clubs and enjoyed the Rhode Island beaches, sailing, playing golf, and skiing in New Hampshire and Vermont with family. He is survived by his wife, Sandy; two daughters; two sons, including Paul ’83; two daughters-in-law; a son-in-law; and six grandchildren.