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Lothrop Withington III, 65

Respected Plymouth attorney LothropíCricketí Withington III, with the firm of Withington and Betters died peacefully after a long battle with cancer on June 12th. He was born May 15th, 1942. in Decatur, Alabama.

He attended the University of Colorado and the University of Massachusetts before Boston College Law School. He was a member of Phi Kappa Phi and a member of Beta Gamma Sigma, honor societies at the University of Massachusetts.
He was a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association and the Plymouth District Bar Association. He was the past President of the Plymouth District Bar Association (1994). He received 2007 Plymouth District Bar Association Presidentís Exceptional Service Award for his outstanding legal representation and service in the legal profession.
He served in the United States Army where he reached the rank of Captain. He was awarded the Bronze Star for service in Vietnam.

He is survived by his beloved children Ashley Withington McInerney of Plymouth and Lothrop Withington IV of Osterville, his wife, Marianne (Cavicchi) Withington, his father, Lothrop Withington Jr. of Plymouth, his mother Lois Brewster Roberts of Harwichport, his sister Ellen Withington of Fort Myers Beach, FL, his sister Lydia Withington Holmes of Stow, MA, his brother Ellis Brewster Withington of Plymouth and many cousins, aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces and friends; by whom he will be greatly missed.

Among his many services, he was a director of the Henry Hornblower Fund, a philanthropic foundation, director and past president of Forges Farm, Inc., long time friend and officer of the Manomet Center for Conservation Science, past president of the Eel River Beach Club, Vice President of the Pilgrim Society and served on the Nominating Committee and on the Executive Committee at the Pilgrim Society, and he was involved in the Family Fund for Philanthropy at the Jordan Hospital.

He loved sailing and completed the Marion to Bermuda Race.

Visiting hours in the Cartmell Funeral Home 150 Court St. Plymouth on Friday from 4-7 pm. Only. Memorial Service on Saturday June 16th at 10:00  am in the First Parish Church Town Sq. Plymouth.

Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society 30 Speen St. Framingham, Ma. 01701 or the Pilgrim Society  75 Court St. Plymouth, Ma 02360
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