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Nelson Potter, 70, Was Man of Many Talents

Nelson W. Potter of Chilmark died Jan. 23 in Cambridge, after a courageous four-year battle with metastatic prostate cancer. He was 70. Nelson was...

Robert Provost Jr., 78

Robert A. Provost Jr., an orthopedic surgeon who combined cutting-edge medical acumen with a compassionate and upbeat bedside manner, died on Dec. 15...

Johnny (Seaview) Perry Will Be Missed

Julia Wells

Johnny (Seaview) Perry, an iconic Vineyard character, home-grown philosopher and friendly street-walker in a cowboy hat, died Dec. 12 at a care...

Chuck Phillips, Professor of Economics

Charles F. Phillips Jr., the Robert G. Brown Professor of Economics Emeritus at Washington and Lee University, former mayor of Lexington, Va., and...

Man of Many Hobbies, Benedict Paul Was 91

Benedict Paul of New Haven, Conn., died peacefully on Nov. 8, surrounded by loved ones at his West Tisbury home. He was 91. Ben was one of seven...

Mike Pease Thoroughly Enjoyed Long, Happy Life

Born on July 18, 1922 and although named after his father, Maurice Henry Pease, he was for the rest of his life called simply “Mike.” Mike grew up...

Shirley Ruth Pachico Was Owner of Ritz Cafe

Shirley Ruth Pachico died peacefully at her home in Oak Bluffs on Sunday Nov. 18. She was born in Oak Bluffs on Dec. 15, 1930, the daughter of Bertha...

Shirley Pachico

Shirley R. Pachico, owner of the Ritz Café, died peacefully on Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012 at her home in Oak Bluffs. She was 81. She was predeceased by...

Nancy Muir

Nancy Muir Pearce of Old Lyme, Conn., New York and Edgartown died on Nov. 9. She was born in New York city in 1921. A lifelong abstract painter and...

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