Craig Anderson, 62, of River Street, Warwick, R.I., and formerly of Greenwich, died on April 30, 2011.
Born in Providence, a son of the late Alfred R. and Hedda Anderson, and the brother of the late David R. Anderson, he grew up in Warwick, and lived in Greenwich for many years, returning to Warwick in 2008.
Anderson was a graduate of Pilgrim High School, and received an Associate's Degree from Roger Williams College, and his B.A. from the University of Rhode Island. He earned his M. Ed. from Duke University, and pursued post graduate studies at Columbia University. He taught English in the Greenwich public schools for 36 years, retiring from Greenwich High School in 2008. He was a member of Quahog Lodge #725, VASA Order of America, R.I.S.H.A., and Trinity Church in Pawtuxet, R.I.
Anderson is survived by an uncle, Herbert Anderson of Connecticut; and his cousins, Lee-Ann Anderson Hurtubise of East Greenwich, R.I., Gary W. Anderson of Charlestown, R.I., Marcia Regnaire of Warwick, R.I., Lorraine Anderson, Susan Cieslak, and Keith Anderson, all of Connecticut, and Kenneth Anderson of Kansas.
A service was held on May 6, 2011 at Trinity Episcopal Church in Cranston, R.I. with burial following in Pawtuxet Memorial Park. Funeral arrangements were by the Barrett & Cotter Funeral Home of Warwick, R.I. In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be made to RI District # 3, VASA Order of America, c/o 350 Kenyon Avenue, East Greenwich, R.I. 02818.
Elizabeth "Betsy" Rodgers Brown
Elizabeth "Betsy" Rodgers Brown, 81, died on April 16, 2011. She was surrounded by her family in her Greenwich home of more than 20 years.
Brown was born in Brookline, Mass., April 24, 1930, the daughter of the late Charles W. and Agnes (Rogers) Brown, Jr., formerly of Chestnut Hill, Mass. While attending Bennington College in Bennington, Vt., she fell in love with William (Bill) W. Bell of Pittsburgh, Pa. They married in 1951 and raised three children on the north shore of Long Island.
Brown later moved to New York City as a single woman and pursued an acting career with training at the Actors Studio. She remained engaged in the field for more than three decades and continued to study her craft through last year with her beloved family of fellow actors. Also a print model, she was hand-selected by Madonna for a 2010 fashion campaign.
Brown volunteered at The Family Center's The Den for Grieving Kids in Greenwich; she was passionate about helping children through this emotional process. An avid reader, she was a constant patron of the Greenwich Library. She was also a writer with a uniquely memorable voice. In addition, she was highly regarded for her unique aesthetic. Among her many loves was her beautiful English garden, tended lovingly by a longtime friend. But to know her was to know her cherished cat, George, her personal Buddha.
In addition to her parents, Brown was predeceased by her brother, Charles W. "Carol" Brown, previously of Harwichport, Mass. She is survived by her brother, Jacob F. (Barbara) Brown of Dover, Mass.; her son, David William Bell of Brewster, Mass.; her daughters, Darcy Bell "John" Symes of Spanish Fort, Ala., and Wendy Bell "Thomas" Guerrera of South Salem, N.Y.; nephews, Charles "Virginia") Brown of Oregon and Jacob F. "Millie" Brown III, of Montpelier, Vt.; nieces, Melanie "Michael" Garrison of Chatham, Mass.; Madhuma Thompson of Melbourne, Australia; Sara Brown of Naples, Fla.; Melissa (James) Bride of Barrington, R.I.; and Cassandra "Douglas" Scarano of West Newton, Mass.; her loving grandchildren, Carly Symes "Steven" Brant and Zachary David Symes of Spanish Fort, Fla.; and Arielle, Valentine and Sophia Guerrera of South Salem, Mass.; great-nieces and nephews; and the dearest of friends.
Brown's family expresses their deepest thanks to doctors, nurses and staff at The Boyd Center in Greenwich, and her hospice nurse and pastoral counselor, both of Visiting Nurse and Hospice Care of Southwestern Connecticut. All were her dedicated allies for whom she was most grateful. Elizabeth leaves a legacy of cultivated spiritual growth, which she planted like seeds for all to water in their own way.
A Celebration of Life will be held at noon tomorrow, Saturday, May 14, 2011 at the Garden Education Center, 130 Bible Street, Cos Cob, Conn., with lunch following the service. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial donations be made to Operation Smile (operationsmile.org) or to North Shore Animal League (nsal.org).
Salli Reid Garrick, 80, a fifty year resident of Greenwich, died on May 6, 2011 in Greenwich Hospital after a valiant battle with breast cancer.
Garrick was born in Chicago, Ill., March 10, 1931, to Dr. Marie Cooney and Donald Ferguson Reid. She graduated from Holy Spirit High School in Atlantic City in New Jersey where she won the title of Miss Boardwalk in the Miss Atlantic City beauty contest. She went on to receive a Bachelor of Arts with a major in History, and a minor in English and Philosophy from Good Council College in White Plains, N.Y.
Garrick worked for American Airlines, first in sales and then in flight. She married the late, Captain Frank P. Lennon, June 22, 1957 and moved to Greenwich in 1959 where she raised four children. She married the late John H. Garrick, on November 8, 1980. She was a realtor for almost 30 years, most recently at Coldwell Banker. She was a graduate Realtor Institute, GRI and Certified Residential Specialist. She was also a member of the Greenwich Board of Realtors, Association of Realtors, National Association of Realtors and the Greenwich Multiple Listing Service.
A lover of the arts, Garrick was deeply devoted to the Bruce Museum in Greenwich. She was an active, vibrant, and dedicated docent for ten years and in 2008 she was recognized as Docent of the Year. She was granted the award for her work leading school and adult groups in the museum and acting as a museum ambassador to the public. "Salli Garrick is a lively, enthusiastic, and eager person with an insatiable appetite for learning as well as a propensity for sharing knowledge," said Jennifer Baradino, manager of the school and tour services at the Bruce Museum of Arts and Sciences. "Salli goes above and beyond the call of docent duty and always does it graciously and reliably."
As an ambassador for the Museum Garrick participated in the Museum Speakers Bureau Program, an outreach program for the Greenwich Community about changing exhibitions. She considered her time with the Bruce Museum as an opportunity to learn and teach at the most wonderful crown jewel of Greenwich. She was also a member of the Greenwich Arts Council, Bush-Holley House, the Greenwich Library, The Pickwick Society, the Cotton Club of Christ Church and the Audubon Society.
Garrick was preceded in death by her son, Frank P. Lennon Jr. She is survived by her son, Paul Reid Lennon of Redondo Beach, Calif.; and two daughters, Heather Lennon Howard of Norwalk, and Nell Lennon Williams of Vienna, Va.; three grandchildren, Gretchen Burns of Norwalk, Connecticut, Erin Leigh Williams and Owen Reid Williams, both of Vienna, Va.; her brother, Donald F. Reid of San Francisco, Calif.; her stepdaughter, Veronica Garrick Cavanaugh of Dunwoody, Ga., and her three children Andrew, Amy, and Jennifer.
A memorial mass was held May 9 at St. Paul's RC Church in Greenwich, with a reception following. Funeral arrangements were by Gallagher Funeral Home in Greenwich. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory of Salli Garrick to the Bruce Museum at 1 Museum Drive, Greenwich, CT 06830-7157, Phone: 203.869.0376. www.Brucemuseum.org. Please visit www.leopgallaghergreenwich.com to leave an online condolence.
Vincent J. Gullotta, 64, a lifelong resident of Greenwich, died on May 7, 2011 at Yale New Haven Hospital.
Gullotta was born on Jan. 2, 1947. He graduated from Greenwich High School in 1964 and Marquette University in 1969. He was a commercial and residential mason contractor, responsible for the construction of many buildings in Fairfield and Westchester counties. Upon retirement, he was involved for over 20 years in the Cal Ripken Baseball League in Greenwich in various positions from coach to president. He also enjoyed the company of great and loyal friends at the Tobacconist of Greenwich, where his stories and laughter were enjoyed by all.
Gullotta was also involved in the Greenwich Jaycees during the 1970's and 1980's, and was responsible for creating the "Pocket Park" on Greenwich Avenue.
He is survived by his two sons, Vincent J. of Sunnyvale, Calif., and William J. of New York, N.Y. , and his former wife Linda of Stamford. He is also survived by his sister, Licia Daly, of North Carolina, and brother, James, of Greenwich.
A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on May 12, 2011 at St. Mary's Church in Greenwich, with interment following at St. Mary Cemetery in Greenwich. Funeral arrangements were by the Leo P. Gallagher & Son Funeral Home in Greenwich. Condolences may be offered at www.leopgallaghergreenwich.com
Louise Gerdes Guy, 90, died on May 9, 2011 early this morning in Stamford Hospital. She was a long-time Greenwich resident who moved to Edgehill in Stamford when she was 90.
Guy was born Dec. 28, 1908 in Burlington, Iowa, the only daughter of Caroline Wagner Gerdes and John Gerdes. She earned a BA degree from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis and a Masters from the N.Y.U. School of Business in New York City. At the University of Minnesota, she joined Kappa Kappa Gamma, the sorority which remained an important part of her life always, and in 2006 honored her on her 75th year as a member.
After graduate school, Guy worked in New York for R. A. Macy and then Lord & Taylor, where she was a buyer of dresses. In 1938 she married J. Robert Guy at Riverside Church in New York City with Rev. Harry Emerson Fosdick presiding. Her husband had come to New York from Milwaukee, Wis. and was working for Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company. He later became a General Agent and managed the New York Park Avenue office. In 1939 the couple moved to Greenwich where Robert Guy served as Fire Chief of Yale Farms during the war.
Louise Guy actively volunteered for many years with First Congregational Church, the Kappa Kappa Gammas, and Greenwich Hospital. She and her husband were among the team that brought Rocky Point Club into being. They also joined Riverside Yacht Club, which many years later granted Guy their first Lifetime Membership.
Guy's life interests revolved around her creative gifts. When her children were young, she was a silversmith, with a home workshop where she designed and executed classic and modern silver jewelry.
As a young woman she was also an accomplished seamstress, an expert smocker, and an accomplished rug hooker. In her 70s she learned how to make pop-up greeting cards and delighted her family and friends with her missiles.
When she moved to Edgehill in 1998 she began to paint and sell her paintings.
She is survived by her daughters, Cynthia Slack and her husband Walter, and Tina Birkic and her husband David, her grandchildren, Geoff Marshall and his wife Michelle, and Leslie Cooper and her husband Joe, and seven great grandchildren: Emily, John, Ashley and Nicki Marshall, and Kate, Lily and Joe Cooper IV.
A service to celebrate Guy's life will be held on May 16 at 4 p.m. at First Congregational Church in Old Greenwich. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Kappa Kappa Gamma Foundation Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 38, Columbus, OH 43216-0038 or online at www.kappa.org/donation.
John Osterberg, 82, of Greenwich, died on May 4, 2011 at his home.
He was born in Port Chester, N.Y. in 1929. His parents were Hanna and Oscar Osterberg. He spent three of his early years in Sweden and later moved back to Port Chester and attended school there until 1941. The family then moved to Greenwich and he graduated from Greenwich High School in 1947.
Osterberg worked with his father in the flooring business for a few years and then became a carpenter. He served in the U.S. Army in Southern Germany in 1951. He married his wife Doris in 1953. He maintained Arnold Bakers building and property for 30 years and retired in 1994. As a youth he belonged to the Greenwich Sea Scouts and later enjoyed boating with his family on their boat. The water was his passion. He was a member of the Retired Men's Association, AARP 3020 in Glenville and the Byram Seniors. He was a member of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Rye Brook, N.Y.
Osterberg leaves his wife, son Carl and wife June, granddaughter Lindsay of Dunedin, Florida, son Gary and wife Marie, grandchildren Troy, Reed and Lexi of Newport Coast, Calif., son Glenn and his wife Michelle and grandchildren Glenn Jr., and Jamie of Monroe, daughter Hanna of Milford and her companion Patricia Ivanpal and son Jake.
Funeral services and burial were private. Funeral arrangements were by the Castiglione Funeral Home, Inc in Greenwich. The family has asked memorial donations be made in his memory to: St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, 761 King St., Rye Brook, N.Y. 10573.
Mary Santora, 93, of Stamford died on May 8, 2011. She was born in Bridgeport on Dec. 24, 1917 to the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael Orsino.
Santora was devoted to her family and for many years she volunteered at St. Catherine's Church. She was predeceased by her husband Michael Santora and her sons Michael V. Santora and Albert Santora. She is survived by a son Anthony Santora and his wife MaryAnn, a granddaughter Susan Santora, a grandson Michael V. Santora, her brother Rocco Orsino, a sister Evelyn Guinee, her daughter-in-laws Frances Santora and Barbara Bruno, and numerous nieces and nephews.
A Mass of Christian Burial was held on May 12, 2011 at St. Catherine of Siena Church in Riverside, with internment following in St. Mary Cemetery in Greenwich. Arrangements were by the Castiglione Funeral Home, Inc. in Greenwich. Memorial contributions may be made in her memory to: American Cancer Society, 372 Danbury Road, Wilton, CT 06897.
Elizabeth "Liz" Moore Sweeney 85, died peacefully at home in her sleep on April 20, 2011 after a brief illness.
She was born on May 10, 1925 in Rochester, N.Y., the only child of William G. and Marcella Craven Moore.
Sweeney attended Rochester schools and graduated from Wells College in 1946. That same year, she married Dura Sweeney and they moved to Los Alamos, N. M., where their four children were born. Sweeney served there on the League of Women Voters board of directors.
When her husband joined IBM in 1953, the Sweeney family moved to Vestal, N.Y. and then to Salt Point, N.Y., where she was active in the Hyde Park PTA and Grace Episcopal Church/Millbrook, sang in the choir and was president of the Churchwomen. She moved to Stamford in 1964, where she served on the League of Woman Voters' Board as secretary and newsletter editor. She was president of the Trinity Episcopal Churchwomen, worked as a volunteer in elementary school libraries, and did a stint as a substitute school librarian.
In 1972 Sweeney moved to Dolphin Cove and became involved in St. Saviors' Episcopal Church in Old Greenwich. She was newsletter editor for many years, sang in the choir, was choir librarian and worked for seven years as parish secretary. She also served on the Dolphin Cove Club Board as club secretary and aesthetics chairman. She wrote a monthly neighborhood newsletter from December 1977 until last year. She was active in the Waterside Coalition and served as the first secretary to the steering committee.
Sweeney was an enthusiastic sailor and cruised up and down the coast and through the Caribbean Islands for many years, her family said.
She is survived by her four children: William, of Boulder, Colo.; John of Baltimore, Md. and Susan and Anne, both of Stamford. She is also survived by four grandchildren: Lisa Sweeney, Timothy Sweeney, Ellen Sweeney, and Christopher Sweeney. She was predeceased by her husband of 52 years, Dura, who died in 1999.
A memorial service and Eucharist will be held at St. Saviour's Episcopal Church, 350 Sound Beach Avenue, Old Greenwich at 10 a.m. on May 21. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The Stamford YMCA 909 Washington Boulevard Stamford, CT 06901; and to St. Saviour's Church 350 Sound Beach Avenue, Old Greenwich, CT 06870. Online condolences may be expressed at www.leopgallagherstamford.com.
Marjorie Helen McKenzie Teufel, 90, died on May 7, 2011. "Mom went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ with her family by her side," said her family. She was predeceased by her husband, Bill and her parents Helen (Deady) and George McKenzie.
She was a wonderful and caring mother to Billy, Cathy (Tim) and Timothy Shawn (Valerie) and devoted "MeMe" to Jessie (Doug), Timothy, Shawn, Kenley, Kelly, and Amber Grace and great-grandchildren, Evan and Nolan.
Teufel was born in Port Chester, N.Y. on Nov. 9, 1920 and spent most of her younger years living on Church Street in Byram. She attended New Lebanon School and graduated from Greenwich High School in 1938. Even though she was an only child, she always felt blessed that she had six "brothers and sisters" with the Matula Family , Joe, Edward , George, Helen (Buckley), Olga (Gregory) and Millie (Busch) who lived downstairs from her family on Church Street. Mrs. Matula spent many hours teaching her how to cook wonderful meals, and she was usually invited to have dinner with them and play cards in the evening. In her heart, they were all family and she loved them all.
She worked 10-hour days in the "five and dime" store in Greenwich and would usually go out dancing at the Capital Theater or wherever there was a good band playing. She loved to dance. She also worked at the Putnam Trust Company, sold Avon for years, and did all the bookkeeping for her husband's construction business. She was the first one up in the morning and the last to go to bed at night.
Teufel's parents owned the first diner in Greenwich - The Courtley Diner on the Post Road. She met her husband, Bill, when she was 17. Bill played third base for her dad's sponsored team, and after World War II, they reunited and married in 1946. They lived at 23 Orchard Place with the Robustelli's and at 37 Byram Terrace Drive that was home to the family where many great memories of backyard barbeques, holiday parties, and sitting outside on a hot summer night were created with lifelong friends and neighbors.
She was a wonderful cook and her family loved her meatballs, pot roasts, stuffed cabbage and wonderful cakes and pies. Teufel and her husband spent their later years in Venice, Fla. where they enjoyed the company of many Greenwich friends especially Rita and Billy Bishop. For the last seven years, she lived with each of her children, who were so grateful for the time they had with her. They learned so much from her especially witnessing her love for them, her strength, and her courage. Sports were huge in her home, and Teufel and her husband never missed a ball game and they had the opportunity to travel the country and enjoy watching their sons play.
She was such a compassionate person and always gave her heart and time to others in need. Many holiday dinners were shared with people that had nowhere else to go. They were always welcome in our home. Because with Teufel it was always about family and helping other people, so, please plan an act of kindness for a family member, friend, stranger or someone in need or who perhaps is just alone and could use some company.
Because she loved children, in lieu of flowers, you may make a donation to St. Jude's Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, Tenn. 38105 or to the Town of Greenwich Recreation Department to help with the maintenance of Pemberwick Field in Byram where her family spent countless hours enjoying the park and playing sports.
A celebration of Teufel's life will take place at St. Mary's Church, 378 Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich tomorrow, Saturday, May 14, 2011 at 11:30 a.m., with burial St. Mary Cemetery, 399 North St. in Greenwich. Arrangements are by the Marinella Funeral Home, Hammonton, N.J.
William Henry Moore Vanneman Sr. died gracefully on April 26, 2011 after 102 years of an active, fulfilling life.
Vanneman enjoyed people and was the most giving person his family and friends ever knew. As a boy, he attended Camp Dudley and throughout his life he lived the Camp Dudley motto, "The other fellow first." When awarded Cornell's Frank H.T. Rhodes Award for Exemplary Alumni Service, Hunter Rawlings, then President of Cornell stated, "A man's success in life isn't what he gains, it is what he gives." This described Bill's life. Vanneman and his wife, Rosamond were married for 52 years before her passing in 1990. He was born to Charles Reeve and Mercy Moore Vanneman on April 6, 1909 in Albany, N.Y. He graduated from Albany Academy, Cornell University and Harvard Business School. He served in the Navy during World War II, completing his service as a lieutenant commander. After the war, he spent the remainder of his work life with Matthew Bender Company, a law book publisher in New York, retiring as senior vice president.
Vanneman and his wife, Rosamond raised their children, Bill and Reeve in Old Greenwich, where he served as senior deacon of the First Congregational Church. He is survived by his two sons, William Henry Moore Vanneman Jr. and his wife, Irene and Reeve Doering Vanneman and his wife, Jane; two grandsons, Matt Vanneman and James Vanneman and their mother, Jill Jacovitz; three granddaughters, Kara Klein and her husband, Ken Klein, Michelle Vanneman and her husband, Chad Yoder, and Julie Vanneman and her husband, Scott Kiesling; and by the lights of his later life, his eight great-grandchildren, ages 2 to 14.
Services were held on May 3, 2011 at the First Congregational Church, Old Greenwich. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Camp Dudley YMCA or Cornell University.
Alice M. Thompson, 93, of Greenwich, died on May 9, 2011 at CT Health Care surrounded by her loving family.
Thompson was born Sept. 5, 1917 in Mamaroneck, N.Y. to the late Adolph and Mary (Eis) Savage. She was predeceased by her husband, Robert Thompson in 1989. She is survived by her sons, Robert Thompson and his wife, Gerry and Joseph Thompson and his wife, Paula; her grandchildren, Laura Kelly (Brian) Darcy Zygmont (Steve), Jeanette Monick (Nick), Kimberly Berry (Bob), Shannon Pappa (Rob), Lindsay Thompson; and her great-grandchildren, Brian and Kyle Kelly, Vincent and Carissa Monick, and Robbie and Jimmy Berry.
A Mass of Christian Burial was held May 12, 2011 at St. Timothy's Chapel, with interment following in Greenwood Union Cemetery in Rye, N.Y. Funeral arrangements were by the Castiglione Funeral Home, Inc. of Greenwich. Memorial contributions may be made in Thompson's memory to CT Health Care of Greenwich, 1188 King St., Greenwich, CT 06831.
James William Wood, 76, a dedicated doctor, loving husband and father, died on April 24th, 2011. He was born on March 16, 1935, the second of six children in Dothan, Ala. and died in Rutland, Vt., close to his beloved wife, Wendy of 48 years, his children and grandchildren.
He received his medical degree from the University of Alabama and did his residency at Yale. He served as a lieutenant commander in the Public Health Service and worked as a member of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission while stationed in Hiroshima, Japan where he and his wife started their family. He spent the next three decades in Riverside raising his family and building his medical practice in Greenwich as a partner with the Center for Gastrointestinal Medicine.
Dr. Wood combined his medical skills and strong Christian faith to attend to people all over the world. For many years he was active in HealthCare Ministries, a group that organizes overseas medical mission trips. Over the years he participated in dozens of health care trips on five continents, touching countless lives. His wife accompanied him on many of these trips, and had he not been prematurely brought down by Alzheimer's disease, he would no doubt still be participating in overseas medical missions. A southern gentleman to the very end he was known among other things for his quick laugh, his brisk walk, and his speed at picking blueberries. He will be buried in the Green Mountains of Vermont in the company of the local turkeys and deer that he loved so much.
He is survived by his wife Wendy Wood; three children and their spouses, David and Amy Wood of Seattle, Wash., Stephen and Suzanne Wood of Pittsford, Vt., and Matthew and Margot Owen of Proctor, Vt.; six grandchildren; five siblings; and many friends.
A celebration of his life was held on May 7 at the Union Church of Proctor in Proctor, Vt. The family requests that in lieu of flowers a contribution be made to HealthCare Ministries. Healthcareministries.org Private condolences can be sent to the family by visiting www.barnardfuneralhome.com.
Ean Zaloom Zrike
Ean Zaloom Zrike, 85, died peacefully on May 5, 2011 at her home in Greenwich after a long illness. She died as she spent her life, surrounded by her loving family.
Zrike was born in the Prospect Park section of Brooklyn, NY on May 22, 1925 to the late George B. and Marie (Hindie) Zaloom. After attending the Marymount School in New York City, Mrs. Zrike went on to Marymount College. In 1948 she married Raymond and began a family. In 1966 Mrs. Zrike moved with her family to Greenwich.
Zrike is survived by her husband of 62 years, Raymond W. Zrike, and her children, Stephen of Norfolk, Mass, Raymond Jr. of Houston, TX, Joanne Huntley of Westport, and David of Ridgewood, N.J. She will also be remembered by her 12 grandchildren, Stephen Jr. and Andrew Zrike, both of Chicago, Ill, Sara Maria, Charles and William Zrike of Boston, Mass, Matthew Huntley of New York City, Megan and Peter Huntley of Westport, Caroline, Abigail and Elizabeth Zrike of Ridgewood, N.J. and Raymond Zrike III of Houston, TX. She also lived to see the beginning of the next generation with the birth of her great granddaughter, Hannah Zrike of Chicago, Ill.
A funeral Mass was said at St. Michael the Archangel Church in Greenwich on May 6, 2011, with a private burial following. Funeral arrangements were by the Fred D. Knapp & Son Funeral Home of Greenwich.
The family requests that in lieu of flowers contributions be made to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Greater New England Chapter, P.O. Box 845945, Boston, Mass. 02284. Contributions can also be made at the Society's web site www.nationalmssociety.org/chapters/MAM/index.aspx.