The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, May 27, 2005


Paul H. Macqueene Electrical engineer and former Carlisle resident

Paul H. Macqueene, 84, of North Andover, formerly of Carlisle, died April 29. He was born in Chicago, Illinois, and grew up in Winnetka. After graduating from Purdue University with a degree in electrical engineering, Mr. Macqueene joined the army. Following three years of service, he went to work for RCA in Camden and Moorestown, New Jersey. Later he worked for AVCO Research Company and The Mitre Corp.

Paul and Pat Macqueene were married for 53 years and lived in Carlisle for 35 years. In 2002 they moved to the Edgewood Retirement Community in North Andover. In addition to his wife Pat, he is survived by a daughter, Alice Enzian of Richfield Springs, New Jersey and a son, Jim, and his wife Cheryl and granddaughter, Emily, of Naperville, Illinois.

A Memorial Service was held on Tuesday, May 3 at the South Church of Andover and interment was at the Green Cemetery in Carlisle. Gifts in Mr. Macqueene's name may be made to Purdue University Development Office, 403 West Wood Street, West Lafayette, Indiana, 47907.

Arrangements were made by the MacRae-Tunnicliffe Funeral and Cremation Service of Concord.

•Tamara Erickson of Lowell Street, along with her co-authors Bob Morrison and Dr. Ken Dychtwald, recently were awarded the prestigious 2004 McKinsey Award for their article, "It's Time to Retire Retirement." The award is given annually for the most significant article published in the Harvard Business Review — the one with the most compelling implications for business worldwide. The authors were honored at a reception in Los Angeles in April, at which the awards were presented.

Tamara Erickson is an Executive Officer and member of the Board of Directors of The Concours Group, a professional services firm dedicated to integrating research, education, and consulting to bring innovative, high-value business solutions to senior executives.


It was Amy Seifert and Siobhan Galligan who won gold medals at the 2005 MICCA Junior Solo and Ensemble Festival on April 30 at Concord-Carlisle High School.

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