Thomas Worth Kolls

He was also active in the community serving on various boards and commissions in Glastonbury, Old Saybrook and Suffield consistent with his belief in citizen service. He served as executive director of the “Seven C’s,” a well-known cultural charity supporting the professional performing arts.
He also enjoyed a life-long interest in railroading, as well as railroad modeling, and was proud of the effort undertaken to restore the Union Railroad Station in New London, Conn. as a member of the trust association established for that purpose, which led to the placement of the station on the National Register of Historic Places.
Kolls was a trustee of Shimer College from 1994 until 2000. After relocating to Lake Monticello, he had joined, and was looking forward to becoming active in, the Lake Monticello Investment Committee and the Lake Water Safety Patrol, prior to becoming ill.
He is survived by his wife Betty, his brother R. Sydney Kolls and his wife Jeanne, his step-sister Marsha Fancher, three children: Nancy K. Stenberg, Raymond C. Kolls and his wife Brenda, and Susan M. Kolls; seven grandchildren: Kristen, Erik, Jack, Zoe, Bennett, Clayton and Ryder and a great-grandchild, William; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Charitable donations can be made to the Lake Monticello Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad, 10 Slice Road, Palmyra, Va. 22963. The family will hold a private celebration of his life at a later date. Thacker Brothers Lake Monticello Funeral Home is handling arrangements. Family and friends may share memories and photos

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