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Frederick Eugene Lombard ’34

Published in Feb. 14, 2007, issue

Fred Lombard, an attorney for Parsons, Canzona, Blair & Warren in Red Bank, N.J., for 25 years, retiring in 1982, died Nov. 25, 2006. The cause, according to his daughter, Susan Hoyt, was a “massive” heart attack. He was 94 and had had heart trouble for many years.

“Having trouble,” he wrote a classmate in 2001, “with an aortic aneurism.” In 2004 he wrote, “Doctor put a new battery in my pacemaker.”

Fred was a member of All Saints Episcopal Church in Bay Head, N.J. He served for many years as house counsel for Red Bank Savings & Loan Association and was active in the New Jersey Savings and Loan League, where he chaired its legal committee. He was Brielle, N.J., magistrate for two years and attorney for the Brielle Board of Education for 25 years. He was an honorary member of the Monmouth County Bar Association.

Surviving, besides Susan and her husband, William, are his wife of 61 years, Yvonne Buckler Lombard; two sons and a daughter-in-law, Paul Lombard and Chris and Mary Lombard; and seven grandchildren, Kate, Anne, Ryan, Katie, Matthew, Juliana, and Kristen.

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