Richard W. Brosnihan, 85, of
Holden. Was a longtime consultant for
the Massachusetts Teachers Association
before he retired. Aug. 7.
Pamela S. Campolieto, 72,
of Dennis. Taught fifth grade at the
Varnum Brook Middle School in
Pepperell for 28 years. July 5.
Marie I. Duerden, 82, of Green
Valley, Arizona, formerly of Abington.
Was a high school English teacher at
Abington High School for 36 years,
retiring in 1996. June 24.
Norman P. Forest, 93, of
Springfield. Taught physics and math
at Technical High School and Central
High School in the Springfield Public
Schools. July 12.
Grace C. Fraser, 90, of East
Falmouth. Was an elementary science
coordinator and served as the chair of
the math and science departments for
the Falmouth Public Schools. July 15.
Cornelius F. Gorman, 91, of
Springfield. Taught math and social
studies at West Springfield Junior High
School for many years. July 8.
Bernice M. McCusker, 87, of
Somerset. Taught in the Fall River
Public Schools for 24 years. July 16.
Paul V. McLaughlin, 82,
of Pelham, New Hampshire.
Was a history teacher at Greater
Lowell Technical High School in
Tyngsborough for many years. He also
served on the MTA Board of Directors.
Catherine Oliveira, 57, of New
Bedford. Was a teacher in the New
Bedford Public Schools, most recently
at the Normandin Middle School and
previously at the Winslow School.
Gerald J. Poisson, 72, of
Westport. Was a teacher for more
than 40 years in the Brockton Public
Schools. July 12.
Linda A. Powers, 66, of Clinton.
Was an elementary and middle school
teacher in the Clinton Public Schools
for more than 30 years, retiring in
2016. July 16.
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