Around Town – August 6, 2020

Sympathy is extended to family and friends of Robert L. Struble of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, who passed away July 17 at the age of 80. A New Jersey native, his son, Robert, Jr. and daughter-in-law Stephanie are residents of Charlotte. In lieu of flowers, the family wishes that memorial contributions in Robert’s name be made to Caris Hospice, 17 Waccamaw Medical Park Court, Conway, SC 29526.

Sympathy is extended to family and friends of George L. Richardson of Waterbury, Connecticut, who passed away July 21 at the age of 94. He was born on his grandparents’ farm in Shelburne and graduated from Shelburne High School. His son Gary and Gary’s wife Cheryl, who live in Charlotte, survive him.

Sympathy is extended to family and friends of Glenn T. Good of Houston, Texas, who passed away July 23 at the age of 87. Glenn was a native of Montpelier who earned a baccalaureate degree from St. Michael’s College, followed by a graduate degree from Stonier School of Banking at Rutgers University. He became a Naval officer for several years before retiring and entering the banking business. His sideline activity was competitive running, and his friend and Olympian Al Lawrence wrote a book about Glenn titled The Self-Coached Runner. His surviving family includes his daughter Augusta Good Krahl and her husband, Troy, of Charlotte, as well as his grandchildren, Caroline and Catherine Krahl. The family asks that those wishing to make a donation in his memory give to Vitas Healthcare, 17320 Red Oak Drive, Suite 102, Houston, TX.

Sympathy is extended to family and friends of George H. Agnew of Colchester who passed away July 22 at the age of 82. He is survived by his son William Agnew and William’s partner Barbara Collins of East Charlotte. Condolences may be sent to William Agnew at P.O. Box 442, Charlotte, VT 05445.

Sympathy is extended to family and friends of Mary Hagar Currier of Burlington who passed away July 18 at the age of 86. A New Yorker, she and her family spent summers on Lake Champlain in Charlotte. It was there she met her future husband, John R. Currier. She is survived by her brother Henry of Charlotte. The family asks that gifts in Mary’s memory be made to the Lennox Gastaut Syndrome Foundation.

Sympathy is extended to family and friends of W. James Walford of East Fairfield, Vermont, who passed away July 7 at the age of 78. After moving to Vermont and living in the ranger’s cabin atop Mount Mansfield, he began a teaching career in mathematics at Albert D. Lawton Middle School where he stayed for over 20 years. His surviving family includes his son Dylan Walford and Dylan’s wife, Kathleen Walford Kelly, of Charlotte. The family asks that, “in lieu of flowers, condolences and gifts,” you enjoy each other a bit more by “covering an entire piece of pie (or 3) with whipped cream” in his honor.