Jul 27, 1969 - Mar 07, 2010
Nancy C. Price
Aug 28, 1948 - Dec 24, 2023
Gilford, NH- Nancy C. (Taylor) Price, 75, of Gilford, NH, passed away on December 24th at UMass Memorial Harrington.Her husband of many years, Clyde T. Price died in 2019. Nancy leaves her nephews, Michael A. DeCarolis and his wife Deborah of Southbridge, Michael Morrisson and his wife Lisa of Southbridge, Brian Morrisson of Southbridge, Timothy Morrisson and his wife Vicky of Putnam, Rodney Morrisson of Dayville, CT and Robert Morrisson and his wife Christine of North Brookfield; her nieces, Kelly McDonald and her husband Dale of Southbridge and Cheryl Wood of Thompson, CT and many great nieces and nephews.Nancy was born in Palmer, the daughter of the late William and Mildred (Curtis) Taylor. Nancy lived a simple and beautiful life. She enjoyed reading books on her front porch and watching the hummingbirds go to her feeder. She was an avid mahjong player. Above all else in life, she loved her family and her friends, family was everything to her. Daniel T. Morrill Funeral Home, 130 Hamilton St, Southbridge is directing the arrangements. At the request of the family funeral services and burial will be private.In lieu of flowers donations can be made to New Hampshire Humane Society, 1305 Meredith center Rd., Laconia, NH 03246.
May 23, 1963 - Dec 18, 2023
David Brian Reardon, 60, of Gilford, NH passed away on December 14, 2023. Dave was a beloved son, brother, uncle, godfather, and fun-loving and caring friend to all who knew him. Dave was born in Concord, New Hampshire, the second of Edward and Annette Reardon's four sons. He grew up in Hudson, NH where he made life-long friends. He graduated from Alvirne High School and attended NH Vocational Technical College in Nashua. Dave worked as a courier for FedEx and just celebrated 30 years of service. Dave loved spending time on Lake Winnipesaukee and living in Weirs Beach. His home was always open to friends and family, whether for bike week festivities, an impromptu New Year's Eve party or just hanging out on his deck watching people climb Tower Hill. He was an avid New England sports fan, with an incredible recall of team and players' statistics - past and present. Dave took great joy in spending time with his nephews and being silly with them. Family members include his father Edward Reardon of New Boston, NH; brothers Michael and Susan Reardon of Clayton, NC; Kevin and Kathleen Reardon of New Boston, NH; sister-in-law Melissa Reardon, and nephews Conor and Brennan of New Boston, NH; aunts Honora and Katherine Reardon of Concord, NH as well as many cousins and friends. He was predeceased by his mother Annette Reardon, stepmother Jeanette Reardon, and brother Daniel Reardon. A funeral mass will be held on January 6, at 10:00 a. m. at St. Lawrence Church, 1 East Union Street, Goffstown, NH. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Make-A-Wish New Hampshire, 814 Elm Street, Suite 300, Manchester, NH 03101-2230.
Oct 08, 1935 - Dec 03, 2023
Robert Whitmore Gilbert 88 of Gilford, NH died on December 3, 2023. At this time, funeral services are private.
Apr 18, 1938 - Oct 13, 2023
Obituary for Nelson Maynard Dr. Nelson C. Maynard, age 85, of Gilford, NH and Greensboro, VT passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on October 13, 2023 after a long and courageous battle with Parkinson's Disease. He was born to the late John and Nettie Maynard on April 18, 1938 in Concord, NH where he grew up. He graduated from Concord High School at the top of his class. He lived his life in service of God and in loving devotion to his family. He and his wife Janet (Shepardson) were happily married for 61 years. He was the beloved father of their two children, Daniel Nelson Maynard (wife Nataliia) of Stowe, VT and Dianne Maynard Christensen (husband Lawrence) of Rochester, NY. He is also survived by his sister Sylvia Elder of Annapolis, MD, as well as nieces and grand nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents, his brother John Maynard Jr. , and brother-in-law Samuel Elder. . Dr. Maynard was a world renowned research scientist and experimental physicist. He received a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of New Hampshire in 1960, a MS in Electrical Engineering from MIT in 1962, and a PhD in Physics from the University of New Hampshire in 1966. He began his professional career with the Electrodynamics Branch at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD as an Astrophysicist and pioneered techniques for measuring electric fields in the ionosphere, which sits about 50km above the Earth's surface. His work, which included numerous satellite and sounding rocket programs, was motivated by his fascination with the beautiful naturally occurring aura borealis, more commonly known as the northern lights. In 1984, Dr. Maynard joined the staff at the Air Force Geophysics Laboratory at Hanscom Air Force Base where he served as Chief of the Space Plasmas and Fields Branch, overseeing a broad spectrum of basic and applied research programs to specify, predict, and mitigate against solar/space weather hazards to Department of Defense assets and operations in space. After retiring from the US Government in 1993 he continued his work at Mission Research Corporation in Nashua, NH and later as research professor at the University of New Hampshire. His more recent research efforts concentrated on studies of ionospheric signatures of magnetospheric boundaries, the dynamics of the night side auroral region, equatorial electrodynamics, models for space weather predictions, and the large scale dynamics of solar wind coupling to the magnetosphere. Dr. Maynard's esteemed career included more than 200 published articles in scientific journals and books, and he was recognized worldwide for his expertise in space electrodynamics. Nelson was a kind, compassionate and gentle man who consistently was able to see the good in everyone and everything. He was generous with his time and always ready to help people. He spent his life doing the things he enjoyed with his wife, the love of his life. He had a great sense of humor, and, with a twinkle in his eye, he loved to make jokes. He lived in harmony with nature, enjoying many outdoor activities including hiking, fishing, and cross country skiing. Island living on Lake Winnipesaukee was a big part of every summer from his early childhood to his later years. He loved carpentry, and his woodworking skills continue to be admired in the houses he built and the family heirloom furniture he created. He also had a passion for music, beginning with his days playing the trombone for his high school and university marching bands, to regular participation in church choirs throughout his life. He had a strong faith and served as an Elder for several congregations, helping many people to hear and feel God's grace. Nelson will be profoundly missed by his family, friends, and all who knew him. A service in celebration of his life will be held at the East Craftsbury Presbyterian Church in East Craftsbury, VT on Sunday, November 19 at 2pm. For those who desire, memorial contributions in Nelson's name may be made to the East Craftsbury Presbyterian Church, 1097 Ketchum Hill Road, Craftsbury, VT 05826 or to the Parkinson's Foundation, 200 SE 1st Street, Suite 800, Miami, FL 33131. Arrangements are entrusted to the care of Curtis-Britch-Davis & Bouffard Funeral Home, Craftsbury Common, VT. Online condolences may be made at curtis-britch. com. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Dr. Nelson C. Maynard, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.
Jun 06, 1936 - Oct 12, 2023
Anthony "Jim" Temmallo, 87, a resident of Bedford NH, and formerly of Gilford, NH, and Chelmsford, MA, passed away peacefully at Bowman Place Assisted Living Community in Bedford, NH on October 12, 2023. He was born in Somerville, Massachusetts on June 3, 1936, the son of the late Anthony and Angelina (Marcolongo) Temmallo. He was the beloved husband of his wife of 66 years, Carolyn B. Tamasi Temmallo, who recently predeceased him, as well as two brothers, Paul and Joseph Temmallo. Jim grew up in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and held the distinction of being a Triple Eagle, graduating from Blessed Sacrament, Boston College High School, and Boston College, earning both a Bachelors in English and a Master's Degree. He then attended Simmons College and earned a CAGS in Educational Leadership. In 1955, while attending BC, Jim met the love of his life, Carolyn, at Revere Beach. They fell in love and married on December 29, 1956. Jim embarked on a career in public education that spanned four decades. He taught English in Winthrop, Andover and Newton, MA, and Plastow, NH. He also worked for 10 years as the K-12 Curriculum Coordinator for the Chelmsford school system. Here he was instrumental in implementing a program instructing teachers how to integrate basic skills programs into their curriculum. Jim served as a consultant to the Fitchburg School District in a project designed to improve students' writing skills. He was recognized nationally by the National Association for School Principals and was commended by the Chelmsford School Committee for instituting a flow chart for Compositional Writing. Jim also obtained his real estate license and was an adjunct faculty professor at Suffolk University. Many of his students wrote him letters attesting to his superior teaching skills. We treasure these letters, as they are testimonials to the many young lives he impacted. Excerpts include: "When I finally visited Europe, it meant so much more to me, understanding the Greek Mythology you taught. I could actually hear your voice explaining it. " Another stated "I became an English teacher because of your influence. " And yet another. "I never thought I would enjoy reading William Shakespeare, but you brought it to life for me in class. " Jim was a dynamic public speaker and was gifted with an extensive vocabulary. He studied Latin, and the family loved to quiz him, throwing out words for him to define. 100% of the time he could provide a dictionary definition. Jim and Carolyn loved to travel and visited many countries. Many trips were cruises with Carolyn's brother, John and his wife, Rosemary. Jim and Carolyn were award-winning Jitterbug dancers. They had a very memorable 50th wedding anniversary renewing their vows. They celebrated with 30 of their family members and close friends on a cruise to Bermuda. Jim and Carolyn loved football and one of their favorite activities was to create elaborate tailgates at all of the BC Football games. Jim was a season ticket holder for many years and loved visiting the college as an alumni. Jim loved the outdoors and was a dedicated daily walker. He also enjoyed cross country skiing, snowshoeing, biking, and walking the beaches of New England with Carolyn. Their favorite place was in Camden/Rockport, Maine where they spent countless weekends with lifelong friends, Ken & Mary Gricus and Jack & Suzie McCormick. He also loved Broadway musicals and always had the music from them playing on the stereo. Jim and Carolyn were very close with their children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, Carolyn's siblings, and their nieces and nephews. They spent weekends cross country skiing in Vermont visiting Carolyn's brother, Paul and his wife, Pam. While living in Punta Gorda, FL for a few years, they enjoyed living next door to Carolyn's sister and brother-in-law, Elaine and Al Gillis, and being together almost daily. Jim wrote this passage to be read upon his passing. "Now, when the time of our particular sunset comes, our things and accomplishments won't really matter a great deal. However, the clarity and care with which we have loved each other will speak with vitality of the great gift of life we have been for each other. " Jim is survived by his daughters, Linda (Daniel) Kalloger of Manchester, NH, Laura (Dave) Cormier of Merrimack, NH and Lisa (Bruce) Cole of Gilford, NH; several grandchildren, Lisa (Joe) Ward, Robert & Ryan Schweizer, Brett, Laurissa and Brandon Cole; and two great grandchildren, Cameron and Bryce Ward. The memorial service and interment will be held privately with his family. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory can be made to St. Mary Church of the Holy Rood Collaborative, 115 Middlesex Street, North Chelmsford, MA 01863.
Nov 11, 1937 - Sep 07, 2023
GILFORD, NH - Margaret (Magee) Sullivan, 85, resident of Gilford, NH, passed away peacefully on Thursday, September 7, 2023. Visitation will be held on Thursday, September 14, in the Driscoll Funeral Home, 309 S. Main Street, Haverhill from 5:00 to 8:00 PM. Funeral Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday in Sacred Hearts Church, 165 S. Main Street, Haverhill at 10:00 AM. Please meet directly at the church. Interment will follow in St. James Cemetery, Haverhill. For guestbook, visit www. driscollcares. com Complete notice will follow.
Jul 27, 1969 - Mar 07, 2010
"Dr. Mark H. Engelhardt, 40, a resident of Chelmsford, MA and formerly of Gilford, NH, passed away at his home on Sunday March 7, 2010, after a courageous yearlong battle with brain cancer. He was surrounded by his loving family. Mark was the beloved husband of Dr. Patricia M. Hart, and devoted father to his two beautiful boys Grant and Hayden. Born in Arlington Heights, IL on July 27, 1969, he was the younger son of Devere C. and Ruth M. (Mossner) Engelhardt of Gilford, NH, and brother of Michael Engelhardt and his wife Joanna of Charlestown, MA Growing up in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, Mark always enjoyed such outdoor activities as fishing, boating, and golfing. Also a spiritual person, he was a founding member of the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Laconia, NH. Mark received his elementary and secondary education in Gilford, NH, and completed his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration at the University of New Hampshire. After graduation, Mark was determined to pursue his lifelong dream of practicing veterinary medicine. His aspiration led him to East Lansing, Michigan where he became a Michigan State Spartan, graduating as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 1997. He practiced emergency medicine for nine years before becoming a general practitioner and co-founder of the Chelmsford Animal Hospital. Mark\u0027s family was truly his greatest treasure and legacy. Burial of his cremated remains and the cremated remains of his mother, Ruth Engelhardt, will be held at 11:00 a. m. Saturday, June 17, 2023, at Holy Cross Lutheran Cemetery, 4700 Brockway Rd. Saginaw, MI. Arrangements entrusted to the Wakeman Funeral Home, Inc. , 1218 N. Michigan Ave. , Saginaw. "