Class of 1955 Summer 2020 Class Note

Janet Bishop Butler It was a wonderful surprise to get an email from Al Healy. He and Gloria moved from Vermont to Tennessee in 2011 following a most tragic complete burning of their house in Vermont. They had a house built outside of Jonesborough, TN, with a great mountain view. They say they like it…

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Class of 1955 Winter 2020 Class Note

Janet Bishop Butler It seems like such a long time since I last sat down to produce my column. However, I do have a little information, which I can pass on to you. Ron Sheay and 60 UMaine alums and guests attended the Maine-Princeton hockey game at the Hobey Baker Rink in Princeton in December…

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Class of 1955 Summer 2019 Class Notes

Janet Bishop Butler I am not certain where the time went during 2018. I received a nice letter from Ron Sheay, who told me about the group that got together at the Marriott Hotel in Newton, MA, for lunch. They had a great day reminiscing about the good times that they had at UMaine. Mert…

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Class of 1955 Fall 2018 Class Note

Janet Bishop Butler 116 Oakhurst Road Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107 (207) 799-1550 JanetBume@gmail.com   Greetings to my classmates of 1955. The recipient of our Class of 1955 Scholarship for the 2017 – 2018 academic year is Ben Quimby, a sophomore studying mechanical engineering. Ben’s mother, grandmother, and father all attended the University of Maine. His…

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Class of 1955 Spring 2018 Class Note

Janet Bishop Butler 116 Oakhurst Road Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107 (207) 799-1550 JanetBume@gmail.com I am certain that many of the class correspondents will mention in their columns about the cold weather that we had in Maine in December of 2017, but just in case you hadn't heard, it was unbearable for about eight days with…

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Class of ’55 Fall 2017 Notes

Janet Bishop Butler 116 Oakhurst Road Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107 (207) 799-1550 JanetBume@aol.com   As of this writing, summer is finally here, thank goodness. We had enough of the “white stuff” this past year, but by the time you receive your next copy of the alumni magazine, there might be that “white stuff” once again…

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