Gazette Ceases Publication: Donates Archives to LHS

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Rupert “Adrian” Walters, III

Rupert “Adrian” Walters, III passed peacefully on May 20th, 2010 from cancer. Adrian was raised in Larchmont NY, attended Rye Country Day School, where he started his life-long love of Lacrosse and became the school’s first All-American. He continued playing Lacrosse at Colgate University, graduating in 1995. He was selected by the English Lacrosse Association to coach and play Lacrosse in London. Post Lacrosse, Adrian worked for Hambro bank for 5 years, including 2 years in London. He attended Cornell business school graduating in 2001. While at Cornell he was also the assistant coach for the women’s Lacrosse team.

After graduating, Adrian deferred his job at Bear Sterns to coach the woman’s team, taking them to the NCAA Final Four. Returning to Bear Sterns, Adrian went on to work at Bank of America and was most recently a Principal in Investment Banking at Royal bank of Canada.  Adrian was married to the love of his live, Suzanne O’Sullivan.

Adrian will be remembered by all as a great and loving son, brother and friend with a fabulous sense of humor who loved life. He is survived by his beloved wife, Suzanne O’Sullivan Walters, his parents, Jean and Rupert Walters and his brother Peter Walters. His wake will be held at John J. Fox Funeral Home, from 2PM to 4PM and 6PM to 9PM on Sunday May 23rd. A Mass will be held at St. Augustine’s church at 10AM on Monday May 24th.  JOHN J. FOX FUNERAL HOME, INC., 2080 Boston Post Road, Larchmont, NY 10538, (914) 834-0144,

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6 comments to Rupert “Adrian” Walters, III

  • Kerstin Ramstrom

    Dear All,

    You are all in my thoughts and prayers during this time. I went to Cornell with Adrian and worked with him at Bear Stearns. He was a great guy and a good friend and will be sorely missed. He brought humor and happiness to many people and for that we will all remember him fondly.

    Kerstin Ramstrom

  • Tom McMullen

    Dear Jean and Rupert:
    Very sorry to learn of your loss, and wishing you
    strength in the months to come.

  • Eric and Debbie Ploumis

    Dear Jean, Rupert and Peter,
    Our profound condolences.
    Debbie and Eric Ploumis

  • Tim Walters

    I played lacrosse with Adrian at Colgate and was in the same fraternity – this news comes as a great and sad shock. He was a kind and respectful person and will be missed.


  • Lisa Falzetta

    To Jean, Rupert, Peter and Suzanne –

    I had the pleasure of working for Adrian at RBC Capital Markets since last July when he joined our firm. In 21 years as an assistant, I can truly say that Adrian was one of the kindest, sweetest people I’ve ever worked for. He is sorely missed around our company.

    My loving condolences are with you now and always,


  • Brian Fallon

    I was deeply saddened to hear about Adrian’s untimely passing. I had not seen Adrian in many years but will always remember his pleasant manner, jovial personality and his loving family. I wish the family well and pray that you stay strong and always remember the good times.

    Brian Fallon