Frederick Thomas Toll ’66

Frederick Thomas Toll ’66 died on December 11, 2004, in Laconia, NH.

Frederick Thomas Toll ’66 died on December 11, 2004, in Laconia, NH. Born on August 28, 1944, in Littleton, NH, he prepared for college at Berlin (NH) High School and Laconia High School and became a member of Delta Sigma Fraternity at Bowdoin. Following his graduation in 1966, he spent two years as a Peace Corps volunteer in Nepal. He taught eighth-grade mathematics at the Laconia Middle School and worked as a guidance counselor at the Laconia State School. In 1975, he received a master of education degree from what is now Plymouth State University. For many years he was a special education consultant in New Hampshire and was active in the New Hampshire Special Olympics, serving as that organization’s first executive director. He was a city councilor in Laconia and served on many committees and boards, including the Planning Board, the Library Building Committee, the Master Planning Committee, the Capital Improvements Committee, and the Land and Buildings Committee, of which he was the chair. He was president of the Lake Winnisquam Watershed Association, chair of the Laconia Trails and Rails Exploratory Committee, and chair of the Governor’s Advisory Committee for Ahern State Park. He was a volunteer at the St. Vincent de Paul Society and Audubon at Prescott Farm. Surviving are a brother, Arthur D. Toll of Baldwinsville, NY; and two sisters, Susan T. DeGregorio of Salem, NH, and Sally T. Holder of Princeton, MA.