William F. Crosby (Class of 1956), 80, formerly of Arvada, Colo., and East Stroudsburg, passed away Friday, April 27, surrounded by his family at his residence. He graduated from the Watkinson School, Hartford, Conn., and earned a bachelor's degree from Lehigh University in 1953. He went on to earn his masters of divinity from The General Theological Seminary and a doctorate in clinical psychology from Adelphi University. He was ordained as an Episcopal priest in 1959.
William spent many years in private practice as a psychologist in New York City. After moving to New Mexico in 1990, he worked as a staff psychologist at the Las Vegas Medical Center until his retirement in 1997, where he worked with children.
William is survived by his son, David Crosby, of Arvada, Colo.; his daughter, Melissa Dusovic, and her husband, Marko, of East Stroudsburg; three grandchildren, Sean Crosby, Engelina Dusovic and Nicole Dusovic.