PACKER OBITUARY

PACKER OBITUARY

Rev. William S. Packer of 11 Yale street, former Park Commissioner and an editorial writer for the Boston Globe for more than 35 years, died Friday night, January 11, at the Pond View Nursing Home in Stoneham after a long illness. Widely known in...

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WHIT GRAY

WHIT GRAY

Everett Whitney Gray was the supervisor at the courts when I came to town in 1974. He was in charge of allocating court time, which at that time was a considerable challenge. There was no internet or cell phones, so most people just showed up at...

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DONNIE ELLIS

DONNIE ELLIS

When I first came to Winchester, court maintenance was minimal. Back then, the closing of the courts consisted of Whit Gray getting in touch with 20 or 30 players who would show up on a Saturday in November and move a giant pile of boards from...

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GLEN VICTOR DOYLE

GLEN VICTOR DOYLE

The courts were well maintained until Don Ellis’s  untimely passing. Vinnie Palumbo who was appointed supervisor did a great job of supervising but had no control over maintenance. Unfortunately, without Don’s attention the...

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