David G. Butler, 75
Dudley, Mass. — David G. Butler, 75, passed over to be with his Lord on Nov. 27 after a long battle with multiple illnesses.
He leaves his wife of 36 years Priscilla A. (Gifford) Butler, a brother William H. and his wife Helen (Sampson) Butler of Georgia, Vt., three daughters; Deanne E. Lins and her husband Tony of Austin, Tx., Carolyn J. McMahan of Rockland, Me., Jennifer J Hatch and her husband Stuart of Newburg, Me., a son; Randall E. Butler of Rockland, Me.; 11 grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
He was born in New Bedford, Ma. In 1936, the son of William P. and Pauline (Harmon) Butler. He lived in Natick, Ma., Belfast, Me., Oxford, Ma., and in Dudley, Ma. since 1970. He worked in several positions at American Optical Corp. from 1966 until 1998 when he retired and became an independent consultant specializing in Environmental Management.
In addition to a BSME from Maine Maritime Academy, he earned a Bachelor of science in Business Administration from Clark University and an MBA from Nichols College. David always remembered his days at Crosby High school with special fondness and wished to acknowledge his friends and classmates there.