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Gerald Kilmartin Personal information Born July 7, 1927 Medal record Men’s Ice Hockey Silver 1952 Oslo Team Gerald "Gerry" Walsh Kilmartin (July 7, 1927 - June 16, 1970[1]) is an American ice hockey player. He won a silver medal at the 1952 Winter Olympics.[2] Kilmartin was born in Providence, Rhode Island. Kilmartin attended Bryant College where he played on the hockey team. He never played professionally but instead was with several amateur clubs in the Boston area. In addition to playing at the 1952 Olympics he was on the U.S. National team which competed at the 1947 and 1949 World Championships. He later became a salesman which led to the establishment of his own company, International Packaging, in Providence. In 1970, he was assaulted at a marina in Newport, after a firecracker he had thrown had landed close to the attacker's daughter. Two days later, Kilmartin died of the injuries sustained in the attack.[3] References ^,4052008&dq=gerald-kilmartin&hl=en ^ ^ Persondata Name Kilmartin, Gerald Alternative names Short description Date of birth July 7, 1927 Place of birth Date of death June 16, 1970 Place of death