The film community in Cambridge and Boston dimmed Monday when Harvard Film Archive programmer David Pendleton, 52, passed away after a long battle with cancer.
Peter Sheinfeld, a longtime election commissioner, has died at 67. In addition to his work on the commission, Sheinfeld was active in the local taxi industry and maintained a weekly AM radio show for nearly four decades.
City officials reported the death of Brian Murphy, assistant city manager for community development and a former city councillor, in a message Thursday.
In place of the traditional black limousine-style hearse, the sendoff for Robert Nelson Wilson used an elegant horse-drawn carriage.
Seth Teller, a neighborhood activist and professor of computer science and engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, died Tuesday.
Judith Ann Lippard (née Drezner), 70, of Cambridge, died Monday evening, Sept. 9, 2013, at the De Rham House after a brave battle with cancer.
Celia Thaxter Hubbard of Cambridge and Brewster, Mass., a painter, nationally respected gallery owner and leading figure in Boston’s art community in the 1960s, died peacefully Monday.
Joan H. Parker, of Ash Street, educator, charity fundraiser and widow of mystery writer Robert B. Parker, is dead at 80.
Karen M. Klinger, late of Cambridge, died Dec. 16, 2012.
It was the death of his wife’s stepfather just a few days ago that brought North Cambridge’s John Darrah to Montana, but on Friday Darrah himself died, local media say.