Members of Quincy House yesterday honored the late Mrs. Mary Fitzgerald, a dining hall checker who was killed by an automobile in December, by presenting the House with a silver coffee service inscribed with her name. In making the presentation Samuel Abbott '63 praised Mrs. Fitzgerald for her cheerfulness, kindness and interest in undergraduates. He said that her services to the House were a "lesson in the quickening power of kindness in any situation."
Quincy Honors Late Employee
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