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Perhaps this 2013 installment feels heavier because the sudden flurry of late year tragedy is so fresh, most of it coming within December, topped off by an almost unfathomable series of holiday week deaths.

Robert Williams, antiques aficionado who with his wife Bette restored old homes, died Feb. 20, three weeks after celebrating his and Bette's 70th anniversary. Legendary photographer Ozzie Sweet, who captured sports and Hollywood stars in action for years, died Feb. 26; he was 94 and lived in Maine.

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Another crash on March 30 claimed the life of Nashua motorcyclist Alan Monas; he was 26. Nashua physician Emory Kaplan died unexpectedly April 1.

Pheobe L. Coronis, whose Nashua Corp. career spanned 55 years, died Jan. 15; she was 95.

In mid February, Dagualberto "Wito" Arzuaga drowned in the Nashua River; his body was found weeks later. Longtime Nashua Center mainstay and small business founder George M. Emrich Jr. died at 51 on Feb. 21.

Avid Red Sox fan Steve Mazur, who was honored at Fenway Park on his 100th birthday, died at 101 on Sept. 26. When Marion Pinette Hathaway died on Oct. 26, the Eagle Lake, Maine, native was 103 years and 8 months old.

Nashuan Cari Spencer, 46, died the next day when the motorcycle she was a passenger on crashed in Newton, Mass. Another motorcycle tragedy the next day on Hudson's Greeley Street claimed the life of 43 year old Hudson resident Steven Fortier.

Another 18 year old, Nashuan Ryan House, died March 3 in Boston after enduring surgeries, stem cell and bone marrow transplants. On March 7, Ryan Donaghey, "one of the strongest people who has ever walked the halls of Campbell High School," died of cancer; he was 20.

Also that day we lost venerable Hollis farmer and town activist Elwin C. "Stub" Hardy at age 92. On Jan. 30, Nicholas J. Seminatore's long struggles ended when he took his life.

Death, even when caused by accident or any number of aliments, is as much an inescapable reality as anything. But each year, when I go about compiling my annual tribute to those we lost over the previous 12 months, it seems there are always more tragic and preventable deaths than the year before.

A tribute to those we lost in 2013

A fiery car crash claimed Nike Grey Hoodie Zip Up the life of 31 year old Mont Vernon resident Jason M. Vasquez, an avid sports fan and family man, on May 16. Former longtime Nashuan Mark Donnelly lost his life to violence when he was shot and killed May 18 in Manchester.

Bedford fire Lt. James Clark died unexpectedly at 56 on April 11, shortly after completing a shift. Tragedy struck two blows at once on April 19, when longtime friends Rob Carson and Keith Nike Dri Fit Jacket Black

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That's 2011 Nashua High Schhool South grad Kyla Muldoon, who died Dec. 31 while volunteer teaching at the Cairo English School in Egypt.

Well known Hollis resident and 40 year schoolteacher Ruth A. Hills Coleman was 100 when she died on Sept. 15. And John Hopkins Morison, who died the same day and was also 100, is remembered for rescuing Milford's Hitchiner Manufacturing from bankruptcy and building it into a success.

Rather than categorize it seems a tad impersonal those who I'd like to remember today, I'll go chronologically, starting with a last minute 2012 death that didn't make that end of year column.

The first tragic death of 2013 occurred Jan. 23, when store owner Judy Rolfe, 66, was murdered, allegedly by her brother.

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died April 2 at 90. Salem lost a beloved schoolteacher with the April 5 unexpected death of Litchfield resident Robin B. Mosnicka, 51.

It might be more difficult than usual this year, but remember, this is a time to focus not on how, or why, those close to us died, but rather on how they lived.

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In a bit of a departure, I'll start with our 2013 centenarians, those who reached the magical 100 year threshold and then some.

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of Amherst physician Anthony "Tony" Wojcicki left many in mourning. Little Devon Gould was just 2 when he died in early May, allegedly at the hand of his mother, who was charged in the case.

Beloved Alvirne High teacher Barbara T. Boyd's death on June 5 saddened generations of co workers and students. She was 60. And illness also claimed popular public servant George Infanti, who served as selectman in Milford, Wilton and Amherst; he died at his Amherst home June 13.

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Restaurant icon and longtime city alderman Richard J. LaRose was 73 when he died Feb. 1. Speaking of city icons, Gate City Fence co founder Rita C. Forrence died Feb. 4 at age 95.

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Former Nashua resident Kieran M. Devery Sr. was 101 when he died March 16 in Naples, Fla. Alice M. Morin, a Nashuan since age 6, died June 22 at 103.

Bernasconi died in an early morning car crash on Route 101 in Amherst.

Merrimack's Arthur Dias, an "excellent student and gifted athlete" at Merrimack High School, died May 26; he was 17. In Litchfield, 48 year old Debbie Craven died June 1 after being struck by a car near her home on Derry Road.

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The full of life Tatios N. Magarian, the longtime city deli owner known as "Tom," was 99 when he died March 11. And on March 22, 20 year old Hudson native and Alvirne High grad Brandon Masterson died of injuries sustained in a car crash.

Three days later, Agnes (Buxton) Barker, widow of city industrialist Laurence A. Barker, died at age 102. Olivette C. Jette died Nov. 4 at 101.

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Gifted soccer coach James W. Parratt, 79, died at his Lyndeborough home April 7. Illness claimed Nashua lawyer and huge youth sports supporter John "Jack" Dwyer Jr., 66, on April 8.

Sylvia P. Kamieniecki, whom everyone knew as "Tillie," the longtime owner of Lillian's Motel, was 86 when she died March 1. The next day, 18 year old Souhegan High grad Anthony Barksdale II was found dead at Boston University, where he was an engineering student.

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Violence struck Nashua's quiet Crown Hill neighborhood on June 17, the day the bodies of longtime residents William and Eleanor Grant were found in their Newbury Street home, the victims of multiple stab wounds.

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