Former Tiverton Principal Dies At 94

Adam Imbriglio, a former principal of both the Nonquit and Ranger schools, passed away this week at 94.

The following information was provided by A.F. Almeida & Son and Pocasset-Memorial Funeral Homes

Adam A. Imbriglio, formerly of Terrace Ave., Tiverton, died on July 18 at the age of 94. He was the husband of the late Genevieve P. (Corbett) Imbriglio and the son of the late Anna (Pescarino) Imbriglio and the late Frank Imbriglio.

An elementary educator for more than thirty years, he taught science and math at the Pocasset School and was principal at both the Ranger and Nonquit Schools in Tiverton. At the end of his career, he taught mathematics in the Providence school system. He was an active member of the Rhode Island Education Association and represented the Association at the national level, focussing on retirement issues.

An army first lieutenant in WWII, he was a reconnaissance officer in the 59th Armored Field Artillery, Battery B. He fought in the European theater and was a recipient of the Purple Heart.

He is survived by a son Thomas Imbriglio (wife Suzanne) of Tewksbury, MA and a daughter Dr. Catherine Imbriglio of Providence, RI. He also leaves grandsons Adam H. Imbriglio of Salt Lake City, Utah and Atty. Andrew Imbriglio (wife Courtney) of Wilmington, MA. He was the brother of Anthony Imbriglio, Camela Bond, Eva Crosson, Eugene Imbriglio and Mary Voboril, all deceased.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Huntington Disease Society of America 6 Boston Road, Suite 203 A, Chelmsford, MA, 01824.


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