Sister Jeane C. Lynch

Sister Jeane C. Lynch

It is with great sadness that we’ve learned that long-time DBSA Boston member Sister Jeane C. Lynch passed away on Sunday, December 11, 2022. She was a facilitator of the women’s group for several years, and was active in the mania and bipolar group till she was...
Steven Frank

Steven Frank

Dear Friends: One of our community members, Steven Frank, left us on July 4, 2021. He was found unresponsive in his apartment on that day. There was a Remembrance Service coordinated by Waverly Places with all DBSA-Boston community invited to attend, on Wednesday,...
Dan Sullivan

Dan Sullivan

Dan Sullivan has passed away after a long hard battle with cancer. He had been with DBSA for a number of years and made many friends. He was a facilitator for both inpatient and outpatient groups, a writer and a speaker at NAMI. Dan also played guitar and sang during...
Carol Goldman

Carol Goldman

We are saddened to hear of the passing of another of our Grandparents who started our organization in 1985. Carol was a passionate advocate for DBSA-Boston and was the first Secretary, and it was due to her gumption that the first circle of patients who gathered in...
Everett Page

Everett Page

On May 9th, 2020, Everett Page, former President and President Emeritus of our organization, left us. He is survived by his loving wife Dot as well as children, grandchildren, and a multitude of friends he made at DBSA-Boston. Read his elegy by Steve Lappen. See a...
Ann Marie (Putnam) Whalen

Ann Marie (Putnam) Whalen

Ann Marie (Putnam) Whalen 58 life long resident of Newton MA, passed away unexpectedly on April 12, 2020. A graduate of Newton North High School and Mass Bay Community College. She was employed for the last 22 years as a receptionist by The Village Bank in Auburndale....