Betty Loew White
An article of great concern to us appeared on October 4, 2019 in the Bangor Daily News about our classmate Diana Estey, who disappeared from her Medford home in November of 2016. Because a considerable time has passed since her disappearance and because of the lack of activity in Diana’s bank account, police have stated that there is a strong possibility that she has died. Her brother, Paul Estey, announced that there is a $12,000 reward for information about Diana’s disappearance and that people with information can call the Maine State Police.
In 2018, Steve Rideout was able to represent the Class of ’68 by attending the inauguration of President Joan Ferrini-Mundy. Looking back over the past few years since her appointment as president, the University of Maine has taken on some avant-garde programs that will influence and benefit our future.
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