Cambridge Obituaries

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  • Monday | via Patch.com 

    Obituary: Pauline Mangano, of Arlington

    Beloved wife of the late Antonio Mangano. Loving mother of Paula Phillips and her husband Paul of Tennessee and James Mangano and his wife Chris of Maryland.

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  • Monday | via Patch.com 

    Obituary: Clementine Taglieri, of Arlington

    Beloved wife of the late Edmund Taglieri. Loving mother of Mario of Cambridge and Edmund and his wife Catherine of Arlington.

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  • Friday Nov 21 | via MassLive.com 

    Obituaries today: Rose Olver had 50-year career on f...

    Rose Richardson Olver , 77, passed away on Wednesday. She was born in Philadelphia, and educated in Delaware County, Pennsylvania public schools.

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  • Monday Nov 17 | via Community Advocate Newspaper 

    Thomas A. Miller, 60, of Marlborough

    Tom was born Jan. 16, 1954 in Cambridge to Philip W. and Rose C. Miller, who later relocated to Marlborough. He was a graduate of Marlborough High School, class of 1972.

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  • Sunday Nov 16 | via Cape Cod Times 

    Centennial celebration honors a born storyteller

    SANDWICH The second-to-last line of "Happy Birthday" was a bit muddled at a birthday party at the Dan'l Webster Inn Sunday. Some said Dad, others said Grandpa, but most sang Walter.

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  • Friday Nov 14 | via Erie Times News 

    'Car Talk' column to continue without late brother's...

    Magliozzi, who hosted the hugely popular public radio show with his brother, died Nov. 3. After his death, New York-based King Features Syndicate said the brothers' newspaper column would continue to be bylined by both Tom and Ray Magliozzi. Newspaper editors nationwide promptly threatened to cancel the "Click and Clack" column.

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  • Thursday Nov 13 | via NewsOK.com 

    Dead 'Car Talk' host won't be listed on column

    Magliozzi, who hosted the hugely popular public radio show with his brother, died Nov. 3. After his death, New York-based King Features Syndicate suggested the brothers' newspaper column might continue to list both Tom and Ray Magliozzi as co-creators. FILE - In this June 19, 2008 file photo, brothers Ray, left, and Tom Magliozzi, co-hosts of National Public Radio's "Car Talk" show, pose for a photo in Cambridge, Mass.

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  • Thursday Nov 13 | via Cape Cod Times 

    Margaret Duclos

    Margaret  Duclos of Cotuit died Nov. 11, 2014. She was the beloved wife of the late George P.

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  • Thursday Nov 13 | via News Times 

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    In this June 19, 2008 file photo, brothers Ray, left, and Tom Magliozzi, co-hosts of National Public Radio's "Car Talk" show, pose for a photo in Cambridge, Mass. After Tom Magliozzi's death on Nov. 3, New York-based King Features Syndicate said the brothers' newspaper column would continue to be bylined by both Tom and Ray Magliozzi.

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  • Thursday Nov 13 | via Current 

    Remembering Tom Magliozzia s a oebright lighta

    Tom Magliozzi, co-host of public radio's wildly popular Car Talk , died of complications from Alzheimer's disease Nov. 3. He was 77. Magliozzi was born in East Cambridge, Mass., in 1937 and co-hosted Car Talk with his brother, Ray, from the show's inception as a local broadcast of WBUR in Boston through a 25-year run as one of the top draws for public radio listeners on weekends. The show ended original production in 2012 due to Magliozzi's declining health, yet it continues to attract large audiences for local stations while airing in repeats.

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  • Thursday Nov 13 | via NewsOK.com 

    'Car Talk' column won't have late brother's byline

    Magliozzi, who hosted the hugely popular public radio show with his brother, died Nov. 3. After his death, New York-based King Features Syndicate said the brothers' newspaper column would continue to be bylined by both Tom and Ray Magliozzi. FILE - In this June 19, 2008 file photo, brothers Ray, left, and Tom Magliozzi, co-hosts of National Public Radio's "Car Talk" show, pose for a photo in Cambridge, Mass.

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  • Thursday Nov 13 | via Science 

    DNA tape recorder stores a cell's memories

    If cells could talk, they'd have quite a story to tell: Their life history would include what molecules they'd seen passing by, which signals they'd sent to neighbors, and how they'd grown and changed. Researchers haven't quite given cells a voice, but they have now furnished them with a memory of sorts-one that's designed to record bits of their life history over the span of several weeks.

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  • Monday Nov 10 | via Patch.com 

    Obituary: Lawrence Masterson Jr., Retired Waltham Fi...

    Mr. Lawrence P. Masterson Jr., of Waltham, died Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014, at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge. He was 78. Larry was born in Brooklyn, New York, on Aug. 1, 1936, a son of the late Lawrence P. Sr. and Margaret M. Masterson.

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  • Friday Nov 7 | via St. Petersburg Times 

    Perspective: The secret genius of 'Car Talk'

    Brothers Ray, left, and Tom Magliozzi were co-hosts of National Public Radio's Car Talk show, which entertained many people for 25 years. Tom Magliozzi died Nov. 3 of complications from Alzheimer's disease.

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  • Thursday Nov 6 | via Nanaimo Daily News 

    Witty 'Car Talk' radio show ...

    Tom Magliozzi, a Bostonarea mechanic and MIT graduate who became an unlikely radio star as part of the brother duo that hosted Car Talk, one of public radio's most popular show's ever, died of complications from Alzheimer's disease. He was 77 years old.

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  • Thursday Nov 6 | via Cape Cod Times 

    Author Patricia Cornwell has been moving and shaking...

    Cornwell is the best-selling novelist who created Scarpetta, bringing her to life in 1990's “Postmortem.” Scarpetta had been chief medical examiner in Virginia, but when the author decided it was time for a change of scenery, uprooting herself to be with and then marry psychiatrist Staci Gruber, associate professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, it was time for Scarpetta to travel too. And land a new job: Massachusetts' Chief Medical Examiner.

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  • Wednesday Nov 5 | via Patch.com 

    Obituary: Michael Solimine, of Wakefield

    Michael Solimine, of Wakefield, formerly of Medford, died Sunday, Nov. 2, in the Melrose-Wakefield Hospital. Born in Cambridge, he was the son of the late Robert E. and Ann D. Solimine.

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  • Tuesday Nov 4 | via The Columbian 

    Co-host of 'Car Talk' dies at 77

    Brothers Ray, left, and Tom Magliozzi, co-hosts of National Public Radio's "Car Talk" show, pose in 2008 in Cambridge, Mass. NPR says Tom Magliozzi died Monday.

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  • Tuesday Nov 4 | via TheCelebrityCafe 

    'Car Talk' co-host Tom Magliozzi dies at age 77

    Tom Magliozzi, who helped Americans around the country with their car problems on NPR's beloved Car Talk with brother Ray, has died. He was 77 years old.

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  • Tuesday Nov 4 | via Athens Banner-Herald 

    Tom Magliozzi, co-host with brother of NPR's popular...

    An imposing, gray-bearded figure with the fiery look of an Old Testament prophet, Tom Magliozzi took car problems as seriously as he took himself. To be sure, he and his brother, Ray, were professionally known as "Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers," who for more than 35 years dispensed frequently good advice on "Car Talk," one of NPR's most popular and least serious programs.

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