Friday, June 20, 2003
Mary Louise Reichenbach
Mary Louise "Jill" Reichenbach died on Saturday June 14, 2003 of leukemia at her home in Carlisle, Massachusetts. She was 72.
Jill was born in Salem, Massachusetts, grew up in Larchmont, NY, and attended Northampton School for Girls. In 1951, she graduated from Bryn Mawr College and later received her Master's in Education from Harvard University. After teaching in the Lincoln Public School system, she married George S. Reichenbach and moved to Carlisle in 1959 where she raised her three children.
Jill pursued her many passions with boundless enthusiasm. Foremost among them was the Bryn Mawr Book Store in Cambridge to which she devoted heart and soul sharing her insatiable appetite for learning by providing significantly to the College's New England Scholarship fund. Over her more than 40 years volunteering there, Jill guided its growth from a three-day-a-year endeavor to a full-time book store. Jill's presence at the bookstore is legendary; as the longest serving volunteer, Jill was involved in every aspect of the bookstore from scouting donations to hauling boxes to pricing and selling books.
When not in Carlisle or the Greater Boston or New York metropolitan areas, Jill traveled extensively, visiting remote parts of the world regularly in addition to her routine travels to world capitals. Jill simply loved to travel and braved many parts of the world on foot, skis or bike.
In her more than forty years living in
Carlisle, Jill was deeply engaged in preserving the town's natural
to promote conservation and respect for the natural flora of
the region. Jill was well-known in her community as a result
energetic involvement in the lifeblood of Carlisle: its schools
the Mosquito, sports and civic events, as well as numerous
political causes. In addition, Jill was a member of the Concord Garden
Club, the Trinity Episcopal Church where she served on the
the Concord Country Club and the Cosmopolitan Club of New York.
She was also devoted to her summer community in Nonquitt, Massachusetts,
and her winter one in Jackson, New Hampshire.
A memorial service was held at the
Trinity Episcopal Church Wednesday, June 18. In lieu of flowers, contributions
be made to either the Bryn Mawr Book Store in Cambridge,
or the Gleason
Library in Carlisle.
· Scott Simpson of Judy Farm Road has been named president and chief executive officer of The Stubbins Associates, a 100-person architectural firm based in Cambridge. He was also named to the board of directors of Kling, a 400-person A/E firm based in Philadelphia. Mr. Simpson is a national director of the American Institute of Architects and author of the recently published book How Firms Succeed · A Field Guide to Design Management.
· Debbie Bentley, RIBA Associate AIA, of Bentley Design Associates in Carlisle, was named co-chair of the newly formed Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) New England chapter. Their gala opening was held on May 8 at the British Consulate's offices in Cambridge and was attended by 72 American and British architects and associated industry representatives.
Bentley, an award winning British architect, set up her own practice in London in 1990 specializing in residential design including creative remodeling of existing houses. She established Bentley Design Associates on moving to her home on Heald Road.
· Concord-Carlisle Scholarship Fund recipients Jennifer Trebino of Carlisle and Ezra Burch of Concord stand with Toma and Jiro Ishihara who have established The Ishihara and Yoshimura Funds in their parents' honor. Toma and Jiro are U.S.citizens of Japanese descent who, with their families, were interned in camps in this country during World War II. The Civil Liberties Act of 1988 was passed to compensate the surviving internees for this wrongful internment. With this money the Ishiharas established the Ishihara and Yoshimura Funds. These scholarships in their parents' names help deserving students continue their education and educate the public in perpetuity about this action taken in violation of the U.S. constitution. For information about how you can help with the Concord Carlisle Scholarship Fund please visit our web site at http://www.ccscholarshipfund.org
· Rec sports summer round-up. The Rec sports season is coming to an end. The Mosquito will feature these teams · softball, soccer, baseball and lacrosse · in the August 1 issue. Send photos and a team write-up (no more than 250 words) by July 25 to firstname.lastname@example.org, attention: Marilyn Harte. Please highlight Carlisle names.
· Please send us information on your private school or college graduate. The Mosquito will feature graduates in next week's issue.
CCHS awards and scholarships at graduation 2003
The names of Carlisle students appear in bold type.
WILLIAM W. ANDERSON FUND - Amanda Brown
ELEANOR BALDWIN FENN AWARD - Victoria Santoro
EDWARD B. CAIGER AWARD - Alan OzarowskI
NELLY J. CARBONELL AWARD - Estephanie Delgado
CONCORD-CARLISLE SCHOLARSHIP FUND - Amanda Brown, Estephanie Delgado and Titiana Winey
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WILLIAM R. STONE SCHOLARSHIP - Timothy Haines
CONCORD SCHOLARSHIP FUND - Jaimie Buell
CONCORD WOMEN'S CLUB SCHOLARSHIP - Peter Cardullo, Jessie Koehler-Rice, and Alexander Rojas
MARY CONNORTON BEQUEST - Jeremy Till
ELAINE DICICCO AWARD - Rachel Williams
CHARLES EVANS SCHOLARSHIP AWARD - Kyla Eastman, Megan Walsh, Jin Zhao Wang and Mark Zagata
ANDREW FIRST SCHOLARSHIP - Craig Blackburn
GEORGE F. FLAVIN SCHOLARSHIP - Kayla Flynn
GEA/MTA GARDNER EDUCATION ASSOCIATION - Lillian Gardella
ANN GEISINGER SCHOLARSHIP - Colleen Sullivan and Adee Viskin
ESSIE GOLDEN FUND - Matthew Bloom
WELLS A. HALL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP - Nicholas Carr
MARGARET HAGGERTY FUND - Aaron Stewart, Aaron Widell and Christopher Wyche
ELAINE HARDIE AWARD - Victoria Santoro
RUTH E. HELSHER SCHOLARSHIP - Eric Wallhagen
ANNA M. HOLLAND FUND - Chantal Dewey, Kyla Eastman, Peter Manzelli, Mia Tekle, Jeremy Till and Estephanie Delgado
SEITARO AND SHINA ISHIHARA MEMORIAL FUND - Ezra Burch and Jin Zhao Wang
CASPER C. & ELEANOR M. JENNY FUND - Kyla Eastman, Heather Martin, Alexander Rojas and Paul Soucy
DIANE KENNEALLY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP - Chantal Dewey
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP - Julie Oakman
LIONS CLUB OF CONCORD SCHOLARSHIP - Chantal Dewey and Timothy Haines
NORTON LEVY SCHOLARSHIP - Alice Colman
CHARLES E. MANION, JR. MEMORIAL AWARD - Jasmin Fernandez
MASSACHUSETTS ELKS ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP - Elizabeth Orlando
ELIZABETH A. MATTISON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND - Ashley Buza, Brittany Buza and Chantal Dewey
MIDDLESEX SAVINGS BANK SCHOLARSHIP - Jessie Koehler-Rice
MIDDLESEX WEST CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP - Jimmy Guzman
MILLDAMES SCHOLARSHIP FUND - Andrew Mancini and Peter Manzelli
NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP - Justin Hendrickson
PECKAM SCHOLARSHIP - Jeremy Till
POLITICAL SCIENCE AWARD - Emily McAteer
PEG PURCELL AWARD - Estephanie Delgado
BARBARA RAMSEY AWARD - Chantal Dewey
RIVERCREST/DEACONESS AWARD - Chantal Dewey
AL ROBICHAUD AWARD - Chris Ellis-Ferrara and Julie Lombard
ROTARY CLUB OF CONCORD - Kyla Eastman, Jasmin Fernandez, Timothy Haines, Alexander Rojas, Jin Zhao Wang and Rachel Windheim
FARNHAM SMITH AWARD - Henry Kennard, Elizabeth Orlando and Tatiana Winey
JAMES F. TADDEO SCHOLARSHIP - Lillian Gardella
MARK TEVEROVSKY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP - Kristina Francis
HENRY DAVID THOREAU SCHOLARSHIP - Emily McAteer
TRUSTEES AWARD - Jaimie BuelI and Stephen Montgomery
UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY AT WESTPOINT - Sean Snook
WELCH FOODS AWARD - Timothy Haines
WEST CONCORD WOMEN'S CLUB SCHOLARSHIP - Jasmin Fernandez, Kristina Francis, Elisa Purinton and Paul Soucy
MARJORIE WHEELER SCHOLARSHIP - Rachel Windheim
WILLIAMS FUND - Sarah Bird and Elisa Purinton
DAVID R. WOODIN V.F.W. MEMORIAL - Elisa Purinton
CHARLES K. YEREMIAN AWARD - Jeremy Till
TAMEJI AND CHIYO YOSHIMURA MEMORIAL FUND - Jennifer Trebino
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