Friday, November 13, 2009
Margaret A. Vanderwal
Margaret A. (Muncey) Vanderwal passed away peacefully on her 93rd birthday, October 31, at the Partridge Lane home of her daughter, Peg Rollins. She was a summer resident of Carlisle since 1979, spending her winters at her home in Naples, Florida. In 2007 Carlisle became her year-round home. She was the wife of the late William J. Vanderwal for 71 years; mother of Margaret A. “Peg” Rollins of Partridge Lane and William J. Vanderwal of Wareham. She is also survived by two grandchildren, Alexander H. Rollins of Carlisle and Jessica M. Rollins of South Boston. Services will be private. Gifts in her name may be made to Rosie’s Place, 889 Harrison Ave., Boston, MA 02118. For full obituary and guestbook visit: www.concordfuneral.com.
Loïc Bowen Olivier Mollet
Cedric and Angela Mollet (Gleason Library Director) of Westford, with big brother Xavier, are happy to announce the arrival of Loïc Bowen Olivier Mollet, born at 1:58 a.m., on November 2.
• James Bohn of Concord Street recently earned the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and was inducted as a member of the Boston Security Analysts Society. The CFA charter is a globally recognized credential for investment analysis and management. The CFA Program sets a globally recognized standard for measuring the competence and integrity of financial analysts, portfolio managers, and investment advisers. Recipients of the CFA charter have successfully completed a graduate-level, self-study curriculum and series of three intensive examinations taken sequentially over at least two years. Dr. Bohn is an economic consultant. In addition to being a CFA charterholder, he holds a Ph.D. in Business Economics from Harvard University.
• Zanele Denaro of Lowell Street is president of Nursing Students Without Borders at UMass Lowell. She will be one of ten nursing students and one faculty advisor traveling to Ghana, Africa, in January, as health-care volunteers.
Their mission is to promote health empowerment through education, build networks to access health-care resources and distribute material donations to populations in need, while expanding the perspective of the nursing students and collaborating with community members. They will spend 12 days providing nursing care in the local clinics, villages and an orphanage. In addition, they will be providing nursing education to area nurses who have no access to educational resources.
They are asking for financial support to subsidize the cost of this nursing mission. Donations will help provide the village of Kpando and other rural, impoverished villages with first-aid supplies, vitamins, nutritional supplements and clothing, as well as defray the high cost of shipping these items to Ghana. Donations of any amount would be greatly appreciated and can be sent to Nursing Students Without Borders, University of Massachusetts Lowell, 3 Solmont Way, Lowell, MA 01854 or our website at www.uml.edu/college/she/nursing/nswb.
• Kiley Harris of School Street, who has been cast in the roles of mouse, candy cane and angel, will perform in the New England Civic Ballet’s production of Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker,” being held on December 11, 12 and 13 at the Rogers Center at Merrimack College in North Andover. Tickets may be purchased online at www.newenglandcivicballet.org or by calling the studio at 1-978-975-0289.
• Nancy Shohet West of Bedford Road and her son Tim, 11, were interviewed by National Public Radio personality Dick Gordon last week for a segment on their two-year daily running streak (which was inspired by marathon runner Ronald Kmiec of Bingham Road). Gordon, host of “The Story,” a syndicated broadcast from NPR’s University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill affiliate, is familiar to Boston-area NPR listeners as the host of WBUR’s “The Connection,” from 2001 to 2005. To hear the interview with the Wests, go to www.thestory.org; click on “Archive” and pull up the November 5 broadcast.
Our Sympathy to . . .
The Cook family of Cross Street on the death of Dan’s father, Daniel Carrington Cook Sr., 101, of Newbury Court in Concord and Greenwich, Connecticut.
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