Boston Globe, Friday, 10
Vaughan, William 87 of Cambridge, MA. died January
7, 2003. He worked as a mechanical engineer
in the design of optical instruments for American
Co., Eastman Kodak Co., Baird-Atomic Co., and Itek
From 1970 until his retirement in 1981, he taught
Geometrical and Physical Optics at the New England
of Optometry, Boston. During World War II he served
the Armed Forces, teaching pilots to fly using
Trainer. He spent summers on Monhegan Island, ME.
leaves his wife Frances Downing Vaughan of Cambridge;
two sons, William Vaughan of Chebeague Island,
Frank Apthorp Vaughan of Woburn, MA; a daughter,
Vaughan, of North Yarmouth, ME; a stepson, Peter
of Waltham, MA., a stepdaughter Pamela Kenny of
a grandson, granddaughter, two stepgranddaughters,
three great-grandchildren. Services will be held
Church, Zero Garden St. in Cambridge, on Saturday,
January 11 at 11 AM. Donations in Williams memory
be made to The William Vaughan AB 37 & Frances
Vaughan AB 44 Dean's Discretionary Fund at Harvard
College, Cambridge, MA. or Monhegan Memorial Library
the Monhegan Art Museum, Monhegan Island, ME.
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