Barbara McCarthy Allen
59 Wildwood Drive
Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107
Greetings and best wishes from the great state of Maine! We have a young man from our class who got in touch with me directly to share his news with all of us. Your classmates all wish that you would do the same,
Phil Hulbert ’73G has retired after 39 years as a fisheries biologist and program manager with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation after several other positions. He also spent six years as chief of the Bureau of Fisheries, with responsibility for the management of New York’s fresh water fishery resources. Phil was honored in 2013 by the International Federation of Fly Fishers, who presented him with the Conservation Award, which denoted the Conservation Person of the Year. In 2015 Trout Unlimited awarded him the Trout Conservation Award: Professional. And in April 2017 he was inducted into the New York State Outdoorsmen Hall of Fame. He lives in East Meredith, NY.
Deacon Dennis Popadak was presented the “Deacon of the Year” award on September 30, 2017 during an assembly held at St. Joseph Church in Brewer. He has served churches in Freeport, Falmouth, and Yarmouth. Mark Leslie, one of our prolific writers, is enjoying his (relatively) new blog. We invite you to join us in checking out Thrill of the Quill at: thrillofthequillblog.wordpress.com.
Michael D’Arcangelo has retired after almost two decades in the Gorham assessor’s office. He has been the assessor for the past 12 years. A native of Gorham, he now resides in Raymond and will stay busy enjoying the outdoors, skiing, gardening, boating, and fixing up his camp.