George Clarence Ware, 82, of 135 Palm St., Nashua, died Wednesday evening, Jan. 13, 1999, at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center in Nashua after a brief illness. Mr. Ware was a quality-control inspector with Kollsman Instruments in Merrimack for several years. He previously had been employed with R.d.F. Corp. in Hudson for a number of years. He was educated in local schools, graduating from Nashua High School, class of 1936. During his high school years, he played in the band and was active in sports, especially ice hockey. Mr. Ware was born in Lowell, Mass., on Dec. 23, 1916, son of the late George C. and Lulu (Brander) Ware. He came to Nashua at an early age. He and his wife had made their home in Nashua and had maintained a summer residence at Winnisquam Lake for many years. He was predeceased by a son, David Earl Ware, who died Aug. 29, 1969. Survivors include his wife of 55 years, Gertrude A. (Soucy) Ware, whom he married in Nashua on April 25, 1943 two daughters and a son-in-law, Janet and William Eaton of Tilton, and Marilyn Bean of Newington three sons and three daughters- in-law, Ronald C. Ware of Manchester, Richard P. Ware and Anne Theriault of Nashua, David and Kelly Farrell of Pamona, Calif., and Terri Mattingley of Parkersburg, W.Va. 11 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren two sisters and four brothers-in-law, Barbara and Patrick McBurnett of Sun City, Ariz., Margery and Donald Buhler of Northridge, Calif., Paul L. Soucy of Nashua and Romeo V. Paul of Largo, Fla. and several nieces, nephews and cousins. The Farwell Funeral Service in Nashua is in charge of arrangements.
Source: Telegraph, The (Nashua, NH) – Friday, January 15, 1999