How to Find (and Photograph) The Photo-Scenics in Vermont will continue to guide many to beautiful scenes in Vermont to which he took great effort in introducing to the public.
ARNOLD JOHN KAPLAN
KAPLAN, Arnold John On October 14, 2013 at Cape Cod Hospital, from Centerville, formerly from Quincy. He was born March 10, 1916 in Malden, MA. and attended Dorchester High then graduated from Boston University in 1939. Arnold spent nearly 40 years at Wentworth Forman Company, a manufacturer of uniform caps for private business, towns, states, U.S. Government and small armies worldwide. He retired as Vice President/Treasurer in 1978. His passion for photography began when he was 12 years-old then became his second career for the next 85 years, during which time he became a recognized contributor and award winner in the most photographic organizations, including Photographic Society of America and the European Federation Internationale de LArt. Go to http://www.arnoldkaplanphotography.com to learn more about his vast photographic career. He was predeceased in 2004 by Sylvia Thorner Kaplan, his loving wife of 64 years and is survived by his daughters Claire Stern of Seattle, Joyce Feldman of Half Moon Bay, CA, son-in-law Bob Feldman, grandsons David Stern (Madisun Avenue), Mark Feldman (Marina Reynolds), Dan Feldman and great grandsons, Grant and Jake Feldman. A Celebration of Life will be held at Schlossberg Solomon Memorial Chapel, 824 Washington Street, Canton on Sunday, October 20 at 1:00 pm. Schlossberg -Solomon Chapel http://www.SchlossbergChapel.com 781-828-6990
(Obituary posted in Boston Globe, October 18, 2013)
Folks when visiting Arnold Kaplan's photography gallery, be certain to view his collection of Vermont scenes.
Thanks Arnold, for sharing so many beautiful scenes of Vermont so that others may enjoy them.