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Rosalie Dolmatch (Gimprich), 88, of Somers, NY, passed away peacefully at home on September 4, 2014. Beloved daughter, mother, grandmother, aunt, and friend. A generous woman who was exceptionally... › MORE

Jonathan B. Jr. "Jack" Passed away on Saturday, October 18th, at the age of 84 at Clipper Harbor Care and Rehabilitation Center in Portsmouth, NH. He was born in Manchester, NH, son of... › MORE

Roderick Mansfield Harless, 75, of South Charleston, WV, died on September 26, 2014 after a brief illness. He was born in Wyoming County, West Virginia, on February 13, 1939, the son of James Isaac... › MORE

Norman Gover made his transition from this life peacefully at sunset on October 3, 2014. A writer who excelled in the short story genre, he most recently published The Pulaski Chronicles, a... › MORE

Holly Cohn (Renald), 84, of Elmhurst, passed away peacefully October 14 in Berkeley, CA while visiting her daughter's family. She was born in Chicago, IL and was the only child of Joseph and... › MORE

Frances Thorson Suddock , former Anchorage, Alaska, resident, passed away on Sept. 28, 2014, in Seattle, Wash., just three weeks short of her 100th birthday. Although she had several health issues,... › MORE

Alastair Reid, a Scottish-born, insistently peripatetic poet, translator and essayist who wrote of far-flung places (among other things) for The New Yorker over more than half a century, died on Sept... › MORE

William H. Bell, 85, died at home with family on Oct. 4, 2014, in Birch Harbor, Maine. He was born Feb. 26, 1929, in Newton, Mass., to Nelson S. and Catherine (Roth) Bell. His early years were spent... › MORE

Dr. Frederick J. Baker, an international educator, was born March 4, 1941, and died September 15, 2014. Dr. Baker, born and raised in Saginaw, MI, was a proud professor emeritus of Cal Poly Pomona (... › MORE

Jean Mary Goldfuss Harned, 87, died September 24, 2014. Born in Cincinnati, she was a vivacious girl who loved to dance and act in the theater. Interested in journalism and politics, she went to... › MORE