James J. Fischer, M.D., Ph.D., chairman of the Department of Therapeutic Radiology at the Yale School of Medicine from 1972 to 2002, died suddenly with his Nikes on while running on the beach near his home in Madison on Feb. 22, 2012.
Later in life it was joked that her "hobby" was to attend just about every neighbor's or local Irishman's wake. A good many people were thus introduced to her most excellent Irish Soda Bread. And, as in every life, some of her wishes never came true including her most fervent desire that "Murphy's Bar burn down."
ANELLO, Josie, 94, Tampa, passed February 11, 2012, peacefully at home. She was a loving faithful Wife of 68 years to Vic Anello, who preceded her in death. She is survived by her Son, 'A.J.', who loved and cared for her; Daughter 'Ninfa', who betrayed her trust, and Son 'Peter', who broke her heart.
Pat was completely devoted to her family and was renowned for her cooking, especially her meatballs. She always had an open door policy at her home which was always spotless. Pat was an honest person who was very well known for speaking her mind. She would call a spade a spade.
Bud was a fisherman. He impressively landed a 57 and Â¾ pound striped bass on ten-pound test line while surf-casting on Martha's Vineyard. A complicated man who relished a great joke and good Irish whiskey, he was proud of his family, adored the ocean, enjoyed college basketball, and loved cats. He had a lethal wit and a need to laugh, and all each entails.
Chris was an avid reader, a talented artist, was always impeccably dressed, perpetually late, enjoyed movies, and was a collector of vintage Batman memorabilia. He also had a passion for cars, "a car for every occasion", he would say.