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

Ira Stepanian, who guided Bank of Boston through rough waters to record profits, dies at 80

By , Globe Staff

Mr. Stepanian led one of Boston’s most venerable financial institutions through the late-1980s recession and into record earnings.

Howard Frank Mosher; his novels captured grit of Northeast Kingdom

By , Globe Staff

The land and the people of the far northern reaches of Vermont were muses who stoked his creative fires through the fiercest weather.

Thomas Lux, 70, poet known for his generosity as a writer, teacher

By , Globe Staff

Mr. Lux, who formerly taught at Emerson College and Sarah Lawrence College, was noted for his support of other poets.

Edgar Krasa, 92, Holocaust survivor kept alive the story of Terezin’s chorus

By , Globe Staff

Mr. Krasa told the story of the chorus who performed Verdi’s “Requiem” in a Czechoslovakia concentration camp.