He had a long career as a systems engineer at General Electric Ordnance Systems in Pittsfield, working on fire (launch) control systems for submarine-based fleet ballistic missiles and retired in 1992.
Ronald “Ron” Hastings Race, 91, of Housatonic died peacefully at home Wednesday, April 11, 2018, surrounded by his family. Ron was born Oct. 21, 1926, in Great Barrington, the son of Clarence and Ethel Nicholas Race. He attended local schools and was a 1944 graduate of the former Searles High School. Ron proudly served his
Julie Wosk, professor and author of the new book “My Fair Ladies: Female Robots, Androids, and Other Artificial Eves (University Press, 2015),” will lead her audience a tour of artificial women — robots, dolls, mannequins — throughout history.
Peter was a member and an Honor Guard member of the Adams-Budz Post 8183, a member of the Murphy-Leary American Legion Housatonic Post, and was also very involved in the Patriots’ Pen Project and Veterans in the Classroom, both through the VFW. Peter was also part of the Funeral Detail for the VFW and was the Guidon Bearer.
While at Monument Mountain Regional High School, Garrett played both varsity football and baseball. Garrett also enjoyed working on his truck and fishing and golfing with his brother Kevin. He loved life, being with friends and family and always had a smile on his face.
After school she worked for over 20 years at W.T Grant Department Store until it closed in 1976. After that she worked for Kmart for 32 years before retiring in 2012. Roseina bowled in the Wildcat Bowling League and was a treasurer of the league for more than 20 years.