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Virgil J. Bagdonas

Teacher, manufacturing systems consultant, wood-turner

Virgil Bagdonas. (Courtesy photo)

Virgil J. Bagdonas of Harvard died unexpectedly Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022, at home with his family. He was 75 and battling advanced lung cancer.

Virgil was born as Virgilijas Jonas Bagdonas in a camp for displaced people in Bad Rehburg, Germany, following World War II. His family had escaped Lithuania ahead of a Russian invasion.

He immigrated to the U.S. with his mother and sister and was later joined by his father. He spent most of his formative years living in Connecticut. Virgil received his undergraduate degree from Wagner College on Staten Island and his MBA from the University of Hartford, where he later was an adjunct professor. His working life was spent in manufacturing systems and processes, consulting in the U.S. and Europe. Some of his clients included Pfizer, Sunshine Biscuits, and Harley-Davidson. He was a skilled tennis player and golfer.

He and his wife, Meg, were avid scuba divers for many years and shared underwater adventures in exploring reefs and shipwrecks off the coast of Florida, New Jersey, Honduras, Belize, Bonaire, and all three Cayman Islands.

Following his retirement, Virgil took up woodworking and made furniture for family and friends.

He quickly gravitated to wood-turning and was a member of several Massachusetts wood-turner clubs, where he enjoyed demonstrating and teaching the craft to newcomers. Virgil often used wood from Habitat for Humanity building lots to create housewarming gifts for the new homeowners who were chosen to live there. He believed that each piece of wood had a unique personality and purpose, and it was important to find those qualities before starting a project. His lathe at home still holds his last unfinished work of ancient rosewood given to him by a friend.

Virgil is survived by his wife of 40 years, Margaret E. (Meg) Bagdonas of Harvard; his nephew, Jason Keisch of Somerville and his wife, Tracey Buschenfeldt Keisch; his brother-in-law, Bruce Andrews Milligan of Asheville, North Carolina, and his wife, Jane Hetenyi Milligan; and his sister-in-law, Juliet Sears Milligan of Enterprise, Florida. He also leaves his niece, Sabrina R. Smith of Brunswick, MarylandHe was predeceased by his sister, Ziniada Keisch; his father, Anthony Bagdonas; his mother, Bernice B. Bagdonas; and his brother-in-law, George H. Milligan.

The family will have a private memorial. No public services are planned. Donations in Virgil’s memory may be given to the American Cancer Society or a charity of your choice.




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