In 1948 he married Lydia Ingersoll of Hartford, CT. They moved to Riverside in 1951 where they were active in the community for many years and raised their family. A cappella singing was a consistent theme throughout Wolcott’s life. In 1956, he was a founding member of the local Off-Sounders singing group and remained active with them up until his death. He also sang with the University Glee Club in NYC and with the Yale Whiffenpoofs alumni SLOT group (Seems Like Old Times). He was particularly noted for his rendition of “I Love the Ladies”.
He is survived by an older brother, two daughters, Susan E. Eddy of Yalesville, CT and Elizabeth Zuckerman of Rolling Hills Estates, CA, three grandchildren, one great granddaughter, and many nephews and nieces and their families. A memorial service will be held on Nov. 10th in Old Lyme, CT. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Nature Conservancy (nature.org) and the Covenant House (CovenantHouse.org). For further information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.