News and tributes about the lives of community members who have recently died.
Catherine Warner Gregg was the wife of Gov. Hugh Gregg.
David Poirier died Feb. 28 while serving in the US Air Force.
John Durkin died when he was hit by a train in Italy two weeks ago.
The Winnacunnet High grad worked for nearly 10 years at Portsmouth Regional Hospital.
Amy Perkins was just 43 years old.
Duane Frank was also a local youth baseball coach.
The 2009 Winnacunnet High School graduate was laid to rest Wednesday a few days after he suffered fatal injuries in a local car crash.
Roy was a Vietnamese linguist in the Army.
Johnson served in the Korean War and earned several awards.
He was a Portsmouth resident.
She graduated from Portsmouth High School in 1935.
New Hampshire officials react to the news of the former South African president's death at the age of 95.
Visiting hours will be held Friday in Hampton for Dr. Robert M. Marchant, a longtime Seacoast obstetrician and gynecologist.
Sandra Lee was born in Portsmouth.
Patricia Reno worked at several establishments across the city.
Russell "Russ" A. Hanley, Sr., of Portsmouth, died Oct. 4.
Rotondo, 20, died of an apparent drug overdose at a music festival in New York.