Linda Gonsalves, Devoted Matriarch, Bargain Hunter, Crafter

Linda R. (Tankard) Gonsalves of Wareham died at home on Jan. 8 after a long illness. She was 59.

Thomas (T-Bone) Barlosky, Beloved Islander Known for Love of Fishing and the Water

Thomas R. Barlosky, also known as T-Bone, of Vineyard Haven died Thursday, Jan. 7. He was 60.

Phyllis M. Gourley, 90

Phyllis M. Gourley died on Dec. 25 at home in Tucson, Ariz. She was 90.

Catherine (Mickey) Curran Loved Her Family, Appreciated the Island's Natural Beauty

Catherine A. (Mickey) Curran of Bourne, formally of Oak Bluffs, died Tuesday, Dec. 22 at Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis. She was 93.

Eugene P. Foley, Dreamer with Twinkle in His Eye, Pioneered Affirmative Action and Championed Small Business

Eugene Patrick Foley died on Dec. 30 of natural causes in Whitefish, Mont. with family by his side. He was 87.

Rev. James Whittemore, Episcopal Priest Who Found Love of Sailing on the Vineyard

The Rev. James Robinson Whittemore of OceanView at Falmouth, Maine, died Dec. 30. He was 90.

William B. Conway, Leading Civil Engineer Who Spent Summers on West Chop

William B. Conway, who spent his summers in West Chop, died on Monday evening, Dec. 14 at a hospital in New Orleans, his home city. He was 84.

Mark C. Martin, 49

Mark C. Martin of Vineyard Haven died at Winchester Hospital on Friday, Jan. 1. He was 49.

Mary Ann Alwardt Was Devoted to Children, Enjoyed Cats and Community Events

Mary Ann (King) Alwardt died at Martha’s Vineyard Hospital surrounded by her family on Dec. 22 after a brief battle with pneumonia. She was 77.

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