Innes Davidson MacCammond, a long-time resident of Darien, died June 19. He was 97.

Born Dec. 4, 1913, he was the son of James A.F. and Elizabeth J. MacCammond. He attended Darien schools, Williston Academy, and graduated with a bachelor's degree from Yale University in 1937.

Innes was involved with publishing all his business life. He was an associate editor of Collier's Magazine. He next joined The Educational Publishing Company of Darien, first as promotional director for Teacher Magazine, and later as national advertising sales manager when Teacher Magazine was bought out by Macmillan Publishing and the job moved to New York City.

Both he and Mary MacCammond, his wife of 63 years, were active members of The Cobweb Players in Norwalk and Charter members of Darien Showcase Theatre. MacCammond was a long-time volunteer at the Darien Library delivering and picking up books to shut-ins. He also participated in the delivery of Meals on Wheels. He was a lifelong and active member of The First Congregational Church of Darien.

After his wife died March 11, 2004, MacCammond sold the family home where he was born and had spent the past 50 years and moved to Charlotte, N.C., to be near his only child, Dion Davidson MacCammond, and his wife Leslie. He is also survived by a niece, Marcia McNally, and her husband James, of Haddam, and a nephew, Jamie MacCammond, and his wife, Mackie, of Colleyville, TX.

Funeral services will be private.

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