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To have an obituary published unedited, as a paid ad, contact Barbara Yeaker. He is survived by Evelyn, his wife of 66 years, a former math teacher at Scarsdale High School; his son Martin (SHS class of ’67) and daughter-in-law Sandy; daughter Deborah (SHS class of ’70); and grandchildren David, Felicia and Michael.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to Heart of the Valley Animal Shelter, PO Box 11390, Bozeman, MT 59719, where Mr.
Lange adopted Mac the cat who has been his companion since his wife’s death. Katz, recently diagnosed with cancer, was being treated at Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, where he died of septic shock.
In turn, he touched many lives as an English teacher and as an Episcopal minister. He enjoyed a 30-year career as a high school English teacher, including 26 years at Scarsdale High School (1967-93).
His intellectual and spiritual journey included spending his senior high school year at Sherborne School in Dorset, England; graduating cum laude with highest honors in English literature from Williams College in Massachusetts; and extensive graduate studies including master of divinity, master of religious education and M. His career as an Episcopal minister spanned 50 years including several years in Massachusetts as assistant rector at St.
His actions earned him the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Purple Heart, the Air Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters and a Presidential Unit Citation.
Throughout his life he continued his connection with the bomb wing and recently was instrumental in the restoration of a B-29 at the New England Air Museum in Hartford, Conn. Boxer worked on engineering projects as diverse as the revitalization of Niagara Falls and the building of homes in Westchester.
She will be remembered for her intelligence and she is “forever in our hearts,” they said. Former Scarsdale High School teacher Charles (“Chuck”) Edward Lange died in Bozeman, Mont., Nov. While he was not an athlete or outdoorsman, frequent New England hiking outings and sailing in Connecticut sparked a love of the outdoors in his children.He also shared his love of travel with his family — though as a deeply rooted New Yorker, he never anticipated that his children would lead him to spend his last 11 years in the Rocky Mountains. Lange’s life was shaped by his deep and broad-ranging intellectual and spiritual journey.He credited a number of inspiring teachers and professors with shaping his beliefs, values and critical thinking.He organized bus trips to Giants games from his home on Franklin Road, and remained an avid sports fan his entire life, following the Yankees, Giants and Knicks, passing on his love of the games to his children and grandchildren.A longtime member and past president of Bonnie Briar Country Club, Mr.
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