, July 4, 2011, in Windsor, Conn., at 85. He joined the Navy in 1943, served for a year before college, and then rejoined during the Korean War. He earned a master’s in education from Trinity College and taught high school physics and chemistry for almost 30 years. For his work on the town council and conservation commission, and for serving as mayor, he was named Windsor’s citizen of the year. He enjoyed reading, bowling, and playing cards. Survivors include his six children, 12 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.