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1984 Obituaries

If you would like more information regarding a name on this list, please contact the Alumni Office at 802.485.2300 or inmemoriam@norwich.edu. Please note that we do not have a detailed obituary for all names listed, but those we do are clickable links to the full obituary below. Obituaries that appear below were provided by the family or friends of the deceased to inform the Norwich community.

Robert R. Bell, Jr., 1/28/2013
Leonard F. "Lenny" Bellino, 9/30/2008
Anne Crocker Bode, 3/7/2012
Cynthia M. Field, 8/31/2007
Lawrence G. Kimball, 5/21/2013
Sandra R. Moochler (Vermont College), 12/27/1991


Robert R. Bell, Jr.

Robert R. Bell, Jr., 52, of Londonderry, NH, died Tuesday January 28, 2014, in his home in Londonderry. He was born in Winchester, MA on April 13, 1961, a son of Lois (Bartosch) Bell and the late Robert R. Bell, Sr. Bobby was raised and educated in Reading, MA, and was a graduate of Austin Preparatory School and later from Norwich Academy in 1984. He served in the Army Rangers from 1984 - 1988 as a 1st Lt. Bobby worked in the financial services field for many years and was recently employed as an insurance agent with American Income Life Insurance.

Bobby was an outdoorsman who enjoyed camping and loved boating on Lake Winnipesaukee. He enjoyed attending his children’s sporting events and was a multi-level hockey referee. He loved cooking, especially grilling and had adopted two rescue dogs. He was known to his friends as “Bobby Bell” and was always ready to help anyone in need. Bobby had a great affection for Sandy Island on Lake Winnipesaukee where he loved vacationing with his “Week 3” second family. He will forever be remembered for his love of life in both his adventures and misadventures that made so many smile.

In addition to his mother Lois Bell of Reading, he is survived by two daughters, Katelyn L. Bell, and Sarah R. Bell, both of Londonderry; and his son, Joshua E. Bell, of Londonderry, a sister Linda Isabelle and her husband Scott of Wolfeboro, NH, a niece, Amy Isabelle and his former wife Annemarie E. (Grady) Bell of Londonderry and many aunts, uncles and cousins. He was predeceased by his father in 1998.

Calling hours were held on Friday, January 31st from 4 - 8pm in the Peabody Funeral Homes and Crematorium, 290 Mammoth Rd., Londonderry. Following cremation, a Liturgy of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday at 10:30am in St. Agnes Church, 186 Woburn St., Reading, MA.


Leonard F. "Lenny" Bellino

Leonard F. "Lenny" Bellino, 46, died suddenly on Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2008, at the Winchester Hospital.

He was born in Arlington, the son of the late Samuel M. and Rita A. (Egan) Bellino. Lenny graduated from Winchester High School in 1980 and Norwich in 1984. He continued the family tradition of excellence in sports, participating on the Football Team, Softball Team, Lacrosse Team, the Weightlifting Club, and Intramurals. He also served on the Honor Committee and Junior Weekend Committee.

Lenny served in the U.S. Army after graduating from Norwich. He was a councilor for the past six years at McLean Hospital in Brockton. He was a former director of athletics at the Boys Club in Woburn, assistant coach of the Winchester High School football team, and the coach of the sophomore football team. He also coached varsity baseball. His passions were his children, sports and work.

He is survived by his children, Jocy, Kayla, and Tara, all of Billerica; three sisters, Karen Casey of Lynnfield, Suzanne Panniello of Winchester, and Kimberly Bellino of North Reading; his brother, Samuel Bellino of Townsend; and many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and co-workers.

For those who wish, contributions in Mr. Bellino's memory may be made to the Winchester High School Football Team, c/o Brian Carroll A.D., 80 Skillings Road, Winchester, MA 01890.


Anne Crocker Bode

Anne Crocker Bode, age 53, of Boca Raton, Fla., died at her residence on March 7, 2012, of natural causes. Anne grew up in Ellisville, Mass., daughter of Marion Crocker and the late David Crocker, of Plymouth, Mass. She attended Plymouth Carver High School. After high school, Anne served in the US Army and was stationed in Germany. After her discharge from the Army, she attended Norwich University and graduated in 1984 with a bachelor of arts in military science. After graduation from Norwich, Anne moved to Florida where she attended culinary school and became an accomplished chef. She loved to sing. She sang for the Palm Beach Opera Chorus.

In addition to her mother, Marion Crocker, she is survived by her siblings, Susan Sheren of Troy, Maine, Alison Ciotoli of Downingtown, Pa., Jennifer Crocker of Dublin, Ohio, and David Crocker of Providence, R.I.; and her nieces and nephews.

A memorial service for the family will be held in June 2012 in Plymouth, Mass.


Cynthia M. Field

Cynthia M. Field, 46, of Montpelier, Vt., died August 31, 2007. Cynthia passed away at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center due to complications from cancer treatments. Cindy was born on Feb. 17, 1961, in Montpelier, the daughter of Gary F. and Sandra J. (Goodell) Field. She attended St. Michael's Grade School and graduated from Montpelier High School in 1979. In 1984, she graduated from Norwich University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management. Following graduation, Cindy began working for National Life Insurance Company, where she continued as an employee until May of this year.

Cindy enjoyed summer vacations in Maine, baking with her grandmother and spending time with family and friends. Cindy was a gentle, patient and compassionate person with a love for animals.

Survivors include her mother, Sandra J. Field of Montpelier; her father, Gary F. Field and his wife, Gloria of Middlesex; her maternal grandmother, Eveyln M. Goodell of Montpelier; her paternal grandfather, Lawrence Weeks of Montpelier; two sisters. Heather J. Michaud, her husband, Cris and their daughter, Jordyn of Montpelier, and Heidi MacAskill and her husband, Chris of Barre Town; two brothers, Todd M. Field and his companion, Suzanne Sleeper of East Montpelier, and Dan D. Field of Montpelier; two aunts, Florence Farnham of Berlin, and Barbara Parsons and her husband, Steve of Montana; two uncles, Brad Weeks of Montpelier, and Lonnie Field and his wife, Joanne of Waterbury; and other extended family and friends. Cindy was predeceased by her maternal grandfather, Earl S. Goodell; her paternal grandmother/godmother, Carmen Weeks; and her uncle/godfather, Arthur Farnham.


Lawrence G. Kimball

Lawrence G. Kimball, 51, of Bristol, N.H., died suddenly at his home on May 21, 2013. He was born in Melrose, Mass., the son of Robert and Jean (Palmerino) Kimball, Sr. He grew up in Melrose and attended local schools. He went on to graduate from New Hampton School and graduated from Norwich University in 1984 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education.

Larry began playing hockey at an early age, and through his years at Norwich. He shared his love of the game with many members of the Kimball family. Because of his outstanding talent for hockey, he was recognized with many awards including a place on the International Pee Wee team, the Jr. Boston Whalers, and the Jr. Olympic Hockey Team. He was recently inducted into the New Hampton School Athletic Hall of Fame.

Larry is survived by three sisters: Ellen Meuse, Donna Piesniewski, and Kathleen Nahigian; one brother, Robert Kimball, Jr.; many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins.

A Memorial Mass will be held on Monday, June 3, 2013, at 11:30 a.m. at Our Lady of Grace of Holy Trinity Parish, 2 West Shore Rd., Bristol, NH. Burial will follow at Homeland Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Emmons Funeral Home of Bristol.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to the Easter Seals, 555 Auburn St., Manchester, NH 03103.


   

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