Dr. Richard A. Winer ’49 died on July 17, 2008, in Salem, Massachusetts.
He prepared for college at Salem High School, where he played football. Following his graduation from Bowdoin, he earned his degree from Tufts Dental School and was a practicing endodontic in Salem from 1954 until his retirement in 1992. Active in Jewish and community affairs, he had served as president of Temple Shalom in Salem, and as president of the North Shore Historical Society, and as a Diplomate of the National Endodontics Society. He was also a member of the American Dental Association. He was a well-known genealogist and an avid tennis player. He is survived by his wife Dorothy (Lipnick) Winer; his son Steven M. Winer of Bolton; a daughter, Heidi J. Aiman of Minneapolis; a sister, Betty McBride of Watertown, Mass.; and five grandchildren. A brother, Robert M. Winer ’46 predeceased him.