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Anthony Bua, 75, of Peabody, formerly of East Boston, died on April 22. A Navy veteran of World War II, Mr. Bua was a maintenance staff member from 1967 until his retirement in 1970. He is survived by his wife, Angelina (Indorato) Bua of Peabody; a son, Daniel of Chelsea; a daughter, Michele Maglio of Peabody, and two grandchildren.
John T. Caruso
John T. Caruso, 77, of West Newton, an engineering assistant at Lincoln Laboratory from 1955 until his retirement in 1983, died on March 27. Mr. Caruso was a Marine veteran of World War II who received the Purple Heart for wounds he received at Guadalcanal.He is survived by a daughter, Joanne Spano of Pembroke; three sons, John H. of Wareham, David P. of Marlboro and Robert J. Caruso of Newton, and eight grandchildren.
Carl F. Fall
A funeral Mass was held May 1 for Carl F. Fall, 92, of Dorchester, a retired technician in the Aeroealastic Laboratory, who died on April 27. Mr. Fall worked at MIT from 1947 until his retirement in 1967. He leaves three nieces and five nephews.
Harold S. Hayden
Harold S. Hayden, 85, of Abington, a former truck driver for Lincoln Laboratory, died on March 14. He worked at Lincoln from 1960 until his retirement in 1975, after which he owned a private trucking company.
Mr. Hayden is survived by his wife, Margaret Monaghan Hayden; a son, William F. of Whitman; three daughters, Mary E. Sherman of Renfrew, PA, Louise M. Whelton of Eliot, ME, and Ellen H. Lomastro of Sterling, CT; nine grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Marie T. Jeon
Word has been received of the death of Marie T. Jeon, retired administrator in the Medical Department, on February 4 following a long illness. Mrs. Jeon, who lived in Franklin, was 75. She joined the Medical Department in 1963 and was the first woman promoted to its staff. She was senior manager of medical claims and member services of the MIT Health Plan when she retired in 1984. She leaves a sister, Lena Gargiulo of Brooklyn, NY.
Lillian L. Lee
Lillian L. Marshall Lee, 64, of Acton, a retired senior office assistant at the Lincoln Fiscal Office, died on April 10. Mrs. Lee worked at Lincoln from 1969 until her retirement in 1991. She leaves her husband, John H. Lee of Acton; a son, James W. Woods of Acton, and a grandson.
Frances Rainey Luttman-Johnson, 87, of Bourne, died in Brookline on April 8. Mrs. Luttman-Johnson was the first manager of McCormick Hall, serving from its opening in 1963 until her retirement 10 years later. She was a Red Cross volunteer during World War II and earlier had led summer tours of Europe for American travelers.She is survived by her daughter, Faith Garland of Buzzards Bay, five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Clarence L. Murray
Clarence L. Murray, 75, of Dedham, a retired custodian in Physical Plant, died on April 27. Retired from the US Navy, Mr. Murray worked at MIT from 1968 until 1986.
He leaves four daughters, Mary of Dedham, Susan Lincourt of East Boston, Joyce Rezendes of Hyde Park and Donna McQuillan of Wisconsin; two sons, David of Hopedale and Harry Bahr of Wisconsin; six grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Remembrances may be sent to the Hospice of the Good Shepherd, 2042 Beacon Street, Newton 02168.
Word has been received about the deaths of the following people about whom no further information is available.
Milton Barrette, 80, of Dade City, FL, a guard at Lincoln Laboratory from 1959 until his retirement in 1970. He leaves a son-in-law, James Westfall of Greenville, NY.
Lincoln Cartledge, 68, of Ashland, a member of the research staff at Lincoln Laboratory from 1969 until his retirement in 1984. His survivors include his wife, Judy Abrahams; a son, Joseph Cartledge; and a daughter, Jenifer Cartledge.
Robert P. Cavileer, 88, of Watertown, a research staff member in mechanical engineering from 1940 until his retirement in 1972. He leaves a brother, Alfred Cavileer Jr.
Charles D. Collins, 91, of Allston, a head custodian in Physical Plant from 1945 until his retirement in 1972. He leaves his wife, Margaret E. Collins of Darien, CT.
John H. Hagler, 78, of Lowell, an administrative assistant at Lincoln Laboratory from 1954 until his retirement in 1982. His survivors include a son, Dennis Hagler of Boston.
Marcus D. Haynes, 72, of Cambridge, a custodian in Physical Plant from 1980 until his retirement in 1992. He is survived by his wife, Rosa Haynes.
Louis L. Johnson, 87, of Dorchester, a retired service staff member at Lincoln Laboratory. He worked at Lincoln from 1952 until his retirement in 1973. He leaves his wife, Constance B. Johnson.
Abraham M. Rich, 73, of Brookline, a staff member at Lincoln Laboratory from 1954 until his retirement in 1986. He is survived by a daughter, Ruby Rich of San Francisco.
James J. Young, 83, of Brunswick, GA, a service staff member in Physical Plant from 1957 until his retirement in 1976. His survivors include his wife, Ruth Young, and a daughter-in-law, Mary Young, a staff member in the Research Laboratory of Electronics.
A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on May 17, 1995.