Nathaniel F. Ladd

Born: Sat., Feb. 21, 1942
Died: Tue., Sep. 27, 2011

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Location: Plymouth Congregational Church

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LADD, Nathaniel F., 69, of Cambridge, formerly of Belmont, passed away on September 27, 2011 after a courageous two-year battle with cancer.  Beloved husband for 47 years of Linda (Salvati) Ladd and son of the late Merlin and Joy Ladd. Brother of the late Parker Ladd and Timothy Ladd.  Survived by his son Nathaniel, his wife, Kimberly and their children, Alexandra and Piper, his son Vincent and his wife, Danielle and their children, Allison, Erin and Charles.  His brother Terry and sisters, Cynthia and Joy, many nieces, nephews, grand nieces and grand nephews, also survive him.   A graduate of Boston College class of 1965, he was an avid supporter of Boston College hockey.  Mr. Ladd and his wife, Linda are longtime patrons of the Museum of Fine Arts.  Mr. Ladd was also a member of the University Club of Boston and the Winchester Country Club of Winchester.   Funeral services in the Plymouth Congregational Church,  582 Pleasant St. BELMONT, Friday, Sept. 30 at 11 o’clock.  Burial will follow in the Belmont Cemetery.  Following the committal services the family invites you to join them at the Winchester Country Club, 468 Mystic St., Winchester.  In lieu of flowers,  donations can be made in Mr. Ladd’s name to 1st Tee Massachusetts,  300 West Main Street, Norton, MA 02766.  

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pat and ed higgins
   Posted Wed September 28, 2011
Dear Linda, Ed and I are very saddened by Nat's passing. We have such fond memories of our times together sharing dinner and laughter. We wish you peace and comfort.
Love, Pat and Ed

Christian Wright
   Posted Thu September 29, 2011
Dear Mrs. Ladd, Nat & VJ,

I'm so terribly saddened to hear of Mr. Ladd's passing. He was a huge force in Belmont Youth Hockey for so many years during my youth and always an avid supporter & friend of my entire family. I still have many of the old team photos with Mr. Ladd's always-smiling face and 'watchful eye'. I share in your sadness as do the many of us that he so positively impacted.

VJ, I'm feeling for you, my brother. I'll see you in the rink soon... Where, remember, he'll always be watching & critiquing our coaching performances.

With deepest sorrow & love,

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