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Malm, Eric - New London  
Eric Sigfrid Malm, born January 5, 1927, passed away peacefully at his home in New London, NH on April 15, 2015. Born in Brooklyn, NY to Allin (Carlson) and Sigfrid Malm, he attended Brooklyn Technical High School. Upon graduation in 1944 he was drafted into the United States Marine Corps and served his country in Japan. After his discharge at the end of WWII, he attended and graduated from Colgate University (BA, 1950) and then earned his LLB from Columbia Law School (1953). He began, and spent most of his legal career, with the firm of Ferris, Bangs and Davis on Wall Street in New York City, where he went on to become Senior Partner. In the late 1980s he merged that firm with the larger mid-town law firm of Davidson, Dawson and Clark, from which he retired in 1997. He remained of counsel to that firm through the end of his life, continuing to serve the families of long-term clients. On May 28, 1960, he married the love of his life, Nancy Scarborough. They started a family and moved from Brooklyn to Morristown, NJ where they remained through his retirement. During his life he was an active supporter of the Arts, serving as a Board Member, Officer and legal advisor to Brookgreen Gardens (an outdoor sculpture garden in Murrrells Inlet, SC) as well as being a member of the National Sculpture Society, where he provided legal advice and counsel. He was honored with a Lifetime Achievement award by that organization in 1988. He was an avid tennis and platform tennis player at the Morristown Field Club and a member of St. Peters Episcopal Church in Morristown. He loved to ski, golf and play bridge with family and friends. After retirement Eric and Nancy built a home in Welfleet, MA and in 2001 settled in New London, NH where he was an active volunteer and fundraiser for K.R.E.M (Kearsarge Regional Ecumenical Ministries), was a member of St. Andrews Church, the Lake Sunapee Country Club, and always enjoyed Marine Corps Alumni gatherings, and The Squires. He is survived by Nancy, his wife of almost 55 years, his son, Scott, his daughter, Karen (both of Portland, ME) and two nieces Ann Fuller (Port-au-Prince, Haiti) and Cordelia Fuller (NYC, NY), as well as many cousins both in the US and Sweden. He was predeceased by his older sister, Joyce Fuller and a nephew, Nicholas Fuller. His life was devoted to family, friends, and his clients. All are welcome to an inclusive Funeral Service and Eucharist to be held on Saturday, April 25 at 1pm at St. Andrews Episcopal Church, in New London. In lieu of flowers the family requests considering a donation in Erics memory to K.R.E.M, P.O. Box 1465 or to St. Andrews Church, P.O. Box 294 or the Kearsarge Area Council on Aging, P.O. Box 1263, all located in New London, NH 03257. To sign an online guestbook please visit www.chadwickfuneral service.com .
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Mooney, Ann  
Ann Lee Mooney, 46, of Truro and Gilbert AZ died Saturday March 28th in Mesa AZ after a 16 year battle with cancer. She was the daughter of Denis and Carol (Ramey) Mooney of Truro. Born in Dorchester on April 26, 1968, she moved to Truro in 1970. Ann attended Truro Central School and graduated from Provincetown High School in 1986. In addition to class activities, she played field hockey, basketball and softball. After attending Stonehill College in Easton for a year, she transferred to the University of New Hampshire, graduating in 1990. After college, Ann worked in Florida, and California before moving to Las Vegas NV in 1993. In 2006, she started working for Dahn Yoga, moving to their corporate offices in Gilbert AZ three years ago. Her work with them was very important to her. She wanted to help people, and because of her spirit and compassion, she was an inspiration to all. Ann enjoyed walking, especially on the beach, running, biking and anything related to nature and the environment. She also loved to spend time with her family and friends. In addition to her parents, she is survived by her sister, Karen Mooney of Truro and her brother, Kevin Mooney of Las Vegas and Truro. An uncle, Arthur Pat Mooney of Newport RI, an aunt, Dolores Sis Rose of Provincetown; an uncle, George Malcolm and aunt Janet (Ramey) Mooney of Truro also survive her. Cousins Douglas, Karen, Shannon and Aidan Rose of Gansevoort, NY; Elizabeth Mooney, Mark Sammy Janoplis and Mia of South Portland, ME; Susan Mooney, George Young and Livia of New York, NY; Mark Mooney, Penny Leisring and Jack Mooney of Waterbury, CT and Truro; the Peter and Gretchen Krumpelbeck family of Wellfleet; the John and Karin Krumpelbeck family of Stamford, CT; the Jane and O.J. DiIulio family of Elkton, MD; the Mary and Tom Bentley family of Griswold, CT; the Karen and Joseph Imperato family of Bohemia, NY; Kathy and Mike Mooney of Sandwich; the Marie (Joseph) and John Tetreault III family of Truro, along with many, many friends also survive her. She was predeceased by her grandparents Alton and Emily (Dearborn) Ramey of Provincetown and Francis and Agnes (Joseph) Mooney of Truro. An aunt, Marguerite Peg (Mooney) Krumpelbeck and uncle, John Krumpelbeck of West Islip, NY and uncle Francis Brud Mooney, Jr. of Truro also predeceased her. Family and friends are invited to attend a Funeral Mass to be held Saturday, May 9th at 10:00 am at St. Peter the Apostle Church, 11 Prince St., Provincetown. If desired, donations in Ann's memory may be made to the Earth Citizens Organization, 340 Jordan Rd., Sedona, AZ 86336 [ www.earthcitizens.org/donation ], the East Valley Hospice, 1311 W. Chandler Blvd, Suite 200, Chandler, AZ 85224 or the charity of your choice. The family appreciates your expressions of support and joining them in honoring Anns memory. Expressions of condolence for the family may be left in the guest book at gatelyfuneralservice.com .
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