Timothy Pickering Stone was born in 1915, the youngest son of James Stone and Selma Bowditch. He attended Harvard College and subsequently earned his medical degree at Tufts University; served in World War II, attaining the rank of major and earning a Bronze Star; and became a well-known and respected family physician in Southborough, Massachusetts, where was the school doctor for two local private schools -- Fay and St. Marks.
He and his wife Virginia, known as Gig, were married in 1951 and were a summer fixture of Putnam Camp in the Adirondacks -- originally a private family camp founded by Tim's grandfather, Harvard Medical School professor and Dean Henry Pickering Bowditch.
"Doc Stone" lived to the age of 101, passing away in 2016.
Additional from Boston Globe obituary: "He was the husband of the late Virginia Amesbury Stone, who died in 2007"; "He is survived by his son, James S. Stone and wife Vicki; grandson Ari and granddaughters Sarah and Shaina-Bracha; his daughter, Susan A. Stone and her husband Colonel (ret) T. Ryan Torkelson; and his daughter, Elizabeth d’Entremont-Clarke and granddaughter Siarah."
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