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William E. Lovering 1938-2010 WALLINGFORD William Edward Lovering, 72, of Wallingford died Tuesday December 21, 2010 at the Rutland Regional Medical Center following a long illness. He was born on July 10, 1938 in Reading, MA the son of Homer Francis and Susan Ada (Pennell) Lovering. Mr. Lovering graduated from the Reading (MA) Memorial High School in 1956 and attended The Massachusetts School of Art. He served in the US Air force as a medical photographer at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas where he worked with the early Navy Space Program until his honorable discharge. Mr. Lovering married Marguerite Corine Duskett on August 31, 1997 in Wallingford. He had owned and operated Renaissance Advertising Agency in South Royalton prior to becoming employed by Rutland Products as Advertising and Marketing Director where he retired in 2005. During his retirement he did freelance consulting work for the A.W. Perkins Co. Mr. Lovering enjoyed water color painting, sailing and hiking. He was an adjunct faculty member at the Massachusetts School of Art where he taught Advertising Art. Mr. Lovering has been a longtime friend of Bill W. Survivors include his wife of 13 years Marguerite Lovering of Wallingford, a step-daughter Nicole Sevigny of Castleton, a step-son Marc Sevigny and his wife Angela of Simpsonville, SC., a close childhood friend Henry Bolton of Lake Tahoe, NV and many cousins. Memorial services are pending for a later date. Private condolences can be made through www.aldousfuneralhome.com. View the guest book at www.rutlandherald.com/ obits. Arrangements are under the direction of the Aldous Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to the Wilson House, P.O. Box 46, East Dorset, VT 05253 or to the Wallingford Rescue, P.O. Box 246, Wallingford, VT 05773 or to the Lenny Burke Farm Inc, 212 N Main Street, Wallingford, VT 05773-9553.

Published in Bennington Banner on Dec. 23, 2010
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