Charles David Maguire ’46 died on September 6, 2003, in Englewood, Colorado.
Born on June 7, 1924, in Nashua, NH, he prepared for college at Nashua High School and became a member of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity at Bowdoin, which he attended in 1942 before serving in the U.S. Army Air Forces during World War II from 1943 to 1946 and attaining the rank of first lieutenant. He returned to the College in 1946. Following his graduation cum laude in September of 1947, he entered Harvard Business School, from which he received a master of business administration degree in 1949, and joined the Johns-Manville Corporation as a cost accountant at the company’s plant in Manville, NJ. He later served as a cost accountant at the Waukegan, IL, plant and in 1951 was transferred to the company’s New York offices, where he became comptroller for the firm’s Pipe Division. In 1972, he was transferred to Colorado, where he was a vice president with Manville Corporation until his retirement in 1983. He was married in 1957 to Jacqueline Lewis, who predeceased him, and is survived by three sons, Charles D. Maguire, Jr., Daniel Maguire, and Paul Maguire; a daughter, Tracy M. Robinson of Englewood, CO; a sister, Mary Maguire of Nashua, NH; and 11 grandchildren.