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Cable Jr., Thomas H.  
Thomas H. Cable, Jr. November 22, 1935 - July 19, 2016 Thomas H. Cable, Jr., age 80, of Brays Island Plantation, SC, died on July 19, 2016 in Erie, PA surrounded by his loving family, following an accident while on vacation at Lake Chautauqua, NY. Tom was born on November 22, 1935 in Pittsburgh, PA to Ruth Cadwallader Cable and Thomas H. Cable, Sr. He attended Hampton High School and was a 1957 graduate of Bucknell University, obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. He served three years with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Germany. In 1962, he married Beverly Wallace in Pittsburgh, PA. They had two children, Graham and Susan. He spent his entire career with Union Carbide Corporation and Praxair, Inc., starting as an engineer and progressing through sales to senior management roles. His career took his family to Houston, TX, New Canaan, CT, and different parts of the world, including three years in Tokyo, Japan and seventeen years in Geneva, Switzerland. After returning to the U.S., he retired as president of the North American gases business in 1995. He and Beverly moved to Brays Island Plantation, SC upon his retirement, where they have lived for the past 20 years. As an avid outdoorsman, Tom enjoyed all the amenities of Brays Island: boating, fishing, shooting, playing golf, and hunting with his beloved English Setters. He was also actively involved in the early growth and governance of Brays Island Plantation. Always involved in his community, he was active in the Tokyo American Club and the American International Club of Geneva, where he served as President. He played an active role in the European Industrial Gases Association. He served on the Boards of The International School of Geneva and Webster University Geneva, and as Senior Warden at Emmanuel Church. Tom and Bev enjoyed their time overseas and took advantage of every opportunity to travel with their family. A highlight from Switzerland was the time spent at their chalet in the ski village of Verbier, which continues to be an important part of their children and grandchildren's lives. As the years went by, there was less skiing for Tom, but he and Bev continued to attend the Verbier Music Festival and Academy every summer with great pleasure. Tom engaged in sporting activities wherever he lived. He continued to be a member of Fox Chapel Golf Club in Pittsburgh, PA. All his life, Tom was a lover of good food and fine wine. His time in Europe allowed him to pursue these interests in depth. A committed oenophile, he joined the Confrerie des Chevaliers du Tastevin in Burgundy, France. He continued to have an extensive wine cellar and to participate in the Charleston, SC Chapitre of the Confrerie. Tom found joy while working with his hands, and always had ongoing projects, from designing and building a boat in his early twenties, to building a deck on the summer cottage at Lake Chautauqua in his late seventies. A model railroad enthusiast, he spent many years completing an intricate model railroad including European and U.S. trains, filling a room at his Brays Island home. Tom and Bev are members of The First Presbyterian Church of Beaufort, SC. There will be a celebration of Tom's life on Saturday, September 17, 2016, at Brays Island Plantation. He is survived by his wife of 53 years, Beverly; his brother, David W. Cable (Jane) of Clyde Hill, WA; his son, Graham (Susan G.) of Gibsonia, PA; his daughter, Susan Cable Gomez (Ben) of Waban, MA; and five grandchildren: Catherine and Claire Cable, and Alex, David and Cristina Gomez. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to a cause that was important to Tom: the Coastal Conservation League ( www.coastalconservationleague.org ) or the Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy ( www.chautauquawatershed.org ). "I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help." Psalm 121, King James Version
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Published in The Island Packet on July 24, 2016
Carzoli, Patricia Mae  
Patricia Mae Carzoli In Memory of Patricia Mae Carzoli May 2, 1933 June 2, 2016 Patricia Carzoli, long time resident of Hilton Head Island, passed away June 2, 2016 in Kansas City, KS. Pat was born in Detroit, MI, and was raised by her mother, Charlotte Doyle, and her step-father Jack Marchetti. She attended Wayne Sate University where she met the love of her life, Ronald Carzoli, to whom she was married for 59 wonderful years. Pat devoted her life to her family and raising their 6 children. Pat and Ron and the family lived in Detroit, MI, Stowe, OH, Brussels, Belgium, Birmingham, MI, Philadelphia, PA, London, England, Dayton, OH, Stamford, CT and finally Hilton Head, SC. Throughout these multiple moves, Pat was a loving and caring wife and mother, who maintained a stable influence for the family and supported her husband and her children in adapting to each new location. Pat is survived by her children Pamela Brun, Ronald Carzoli Jr, Julie Ostrowski, Linda Carzoli, Mary Sue Goza and Amy Daniel, and their spouses. She was loved and will be missed by her 30 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. A Memorial Mass will be held Friday, August 5th, 10:30am at St. Francis by the Sea Catholic Church, Hilton Head Island, SC. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you keep Pat in your prayers and consider a contribution to your local Hospice Foundation.
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Published in The Island Packet on July 24, 2016
Clas, Madeline Parsons - Tyron  
Madeline Parsons Clas Madeline Parsons Clas of Tryon NC died July 9, 2016 while volunteering at the Pisgah National Forest. She was born in Greenville South Carolina in 1954 to Colonel Clyde C. Parsons, (USAF) and Burl Parsons. She was preceded in death by her parents and her brother Greg Parsons. She was the wife of Frederick Clas. The love and light of her life was her son Damion Neyrey (Fawna) of North Palm Beach, Florida. She is survived by her sister Alice Parsons Wise (Stephen) of Beaufort, SC, her aunt Doris White of Cullman, Al. and many other relatives. Madeline was a loving, nurturing woman and an accomplished equestrian. Her professional career included laboratory services sales and financial adviser. A memorial service will be scheduled at a later date.
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Published in The Island Packet on July 27, 2016
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