Bryan Marquard

Marquard has written obituaries since 2005 for the Globe , where he has worked since 2000. For more than 30 years he has been reporter and editor at publications including Newsday on Long Island and smaller newspapaers in New England, where he has lived most of his life.

Latest stories

Lou Lucier, at 96; was oldest living former Red Sox player

By , Globe Staff

Mr. Lucier pitched for the Red Sox beginning in 1943 and lived most of his life in Northbridge.

John F. Bok, 84; helped preserve Boston’s history, shape development

By , Globe Staff

Mr. Bok used his background as a lawyer to help shape Boston in a variety of ways.

Bishop M. Thomas Shaw, former Episcopal leader; at 69

By , Globe Staff

Among Boston’s most powerful clergy, Bishop Shaw was an early, key advocate for gay rights.

Ati Gropius Johansen, at 88; illustrator, design teacher, Gropius House adviser

By , Globe Staff

Mrs. Johansen, a children’s book illustrator and teacher, was a daughter of architect Walter Gropius.