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Rena (Anderson) Arsenault BArsenau@verizon.net
Lived in Leominster all my life. Married to Robert (Bob) and have two children, Pamela Flory LHS '78 and Tim LHS '82.
Pamela gave me four grandchildren; Jonathan who just graduated from Daniel Webster College in June, Patrick and Matthew go to Samoset Middle School and Michaela who attends Fall Brook Elementary School.
Started college at Northeastern U. and then worked New Hampshire Ski Patrol after dropping out. Joined the USAF in '59 and spent 8 years in the Medical field stationed around the country. Met my wife Pat, a Lawrence, MA girl, stationed with me in Texas.
We got out and moved to Denver, CO, I went to D.U. and our daughter Cheryl was born in '67. I graduated with a degree in Hotel & Restaurant Mgt., opened a Rodeway Inn Motel but after 18 months of long hours I took a job as a Controller at Mercantile Stores. Our daughter Robyn was born the day I started in '71.
For several years we moved around the mid-west and south as I moved up and I retired after being in Nashville, TN for 20 years. In 1999 we decided to retire to a gated community in Florida, now a city, called The Villages with 72,000 people.
Cheryl is single and lives in
Michigan and Robyn, in Tennessee, is married with our two Grandsons. We're just
enjoying the retired life here in Florida!
|Gary L. Enright 1938 - 2010|
Luann (Booth) Hume No E-mail
Luann has always lived in Leominster, where she currently has an art studio and gallery in her home. She is a professional artist with international recognition. Although she has been painting almost all her life and did take some classes at Fitchburg Art Center, Claude H. Munson who was her best teacher became her mentor and steered her into an art career. Still, she is mainly a self-taught artist, who developed her art skills through books, some classes, and workshops.
Though she originally gained national recognition for her watercolor paintings of birch trees, she currently enjoys plein-aire pastel painting of landscapes and seascapes in southern Maine. She has been the winner of numerous art awards, including PROM Seventh Annual International Pastel Show Jay York Award in 2006 for her painting of Willard Brook and first prize at the Art Guild of the Kennebunks in 2007.
For about 15 years, she had a gallery in Kennebunkport, ME. Now she continues to display her paintings in many other galleries around that area. Luann's paintings are in many private and corporate collections. Although she belongs to many other art associations, she still belongs to Leominster Art Association.
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Judith (Caisse) Robichaud Muppineer@aol.com
Currently working as a teacher at LHS in the Center for Technical Education. Married to Richard (See LHS'58) and Mother of Tammy (See LHS'84).
Donna (Carluccio) D'Avolio DonnaCDAvolio@aol.com
Married to Gerry D'Avolio -- We both graduated from the University of Connecticut.
We have 3 grandchildren, all boys; Colby, Brent, and Gerald. Our third grandchild, Baby Gerald, arrived on October 28th 2006 !!!
Shirley Lemoine & Pat (Grant) Pisano Nashlover@aol.com
It will be great to see everyone. It's been a looong time. Shirley Lemoine is living in Orlando near her two children and is having a great time enjoying part time retirement.
I on the other hand, moved to Cape Cod in Sept. of 2005 and am getting use to semi-retirement.
After graduating LHS I moved to NJ to pursue Pratt and my art career. I married, had three girls and one boy and all are very successful, We have ten wonderful grandkids.
Life has been good. See you all in September.
Wayne Hatfield WGHatfield@verizon.net NEW
Elected 1957 Class President on a write in vote! Graduated Columbia College Class of "61
Worked in various management position until retiring. Married Frances Paula Chirco, LHS '60.
We had twin boys, Steven and Douglas , LHS '84 and one daughter Lauren, LHS '88.
All have done extremely well, which is a compliment to the education they received at LHS;
Steve: Vassar graduate, two years in Peace Corps in Mali, West Africa. Graduate Seis Wharton program with MBA
Doug: BS.WPI,MS VPI, MBA Babson.
Lauren: BA. Franklin Pierce. Currently part owner of rental property on the island of Vieques in Puerto Rico.
Sherry (Lambert) Crowley SheCrowl@aol.com
Married, living in Leominster. I have three children and seven
grandchildren. Retired LHS teacher, Coached Field Hockey and was the Class of
Judith (Nelson) Scott firstname.lastname@example.org
After LHS, I graduated from the School of Nursing at Henry Heywood Memorial Hospital in September of 1960. I was married by that time but kept pursuing my ambition of being the best nurse I could be. I stayed home for a while and had seven children and worked sporadically.
In 1972 I joined the Indian health service, and for my work, went to live for some years on the reservations. My work in Indian health was immersed in fascinating culture! I lived in places like Shiprock NM., Fort Defiance, AZ, Fort Belknap, Mt., and my last duty station was in Anchorage, AK. My work in IHS continued for 23 yrs.
When I retired, I went to Birmingham, AL. There, I learned I was extremely heat sensitive! Now I also know that if I should go to hell when I die I will really be in trouble! So I also learned some southern etiquette to help stay out of there, and use it unsparingly.
After my retirement from there I went to work for University of Alabama for 5 yrs. While there, I initiated a nonprofit organization called POWER OF ONE, helping the Asian populations to gain access to healthcare in Birmingham plus language interpreters if needed. When I left Alabama I turned the corporation over to the Chinese and Asian Indian communities, and it is still a viable entity.
Now I live in Washington state and falling apart like everyone else. I am totally frustrated with so little to accomplish and have applied to work at a facility in Kent caring for newborns that canít go home but do not have to remain hospitalized. I plan to come to the reunion if possible. Donít dance much anymore, though.
|Ronald ďTogoĒ J. Palazzi 1939 - 2013|
Osborne 1941 -
Her son Shawn, is a US Army Colonel and her daughter Trisha a teacher at a private school. One granddaughter and two cats.
Joan Peters Joane01453@netzero.net
Living in Leominster.
Tom Shoemaker Motshu2@verizon.net
I live in NW Ohio (near Toledo). I'm single girls! I blew into Leominster in August
of 1955. I had no family there so I worked and lived several places in Leominster
the year I was there. Thanks to Donna and others, I was elected the Junior Class
President. I remember that Mr. Joyce told me that he couldn't believe it because in
his memory that there had never been a candidate elected to any office who's
ethnicity was unknown! June of 56 I had to return to my home (in Southern Ohio)
to run the family farm. I graduated there in 57. 58 I was married---went into the
USAF then the Army. I Retired 27 yrs later. Promoted to Command SGT Maj in
less than 10 yrs then became a CW3 WO before retiring. I played Army Football
until I was 43!
I retired from Saunders in Nashua, NH--Ran for public office (elected)--Have 5
degrees (all by way of 23 yrs of night school)--taught Cultural Anthropology at
Xavier U. (Cincy,Oh)--Peace Corps in Papua New Guinea--along the way I
coached HS & Col Women's Softball and other sports. Living the life of a Gypsy is
not conductive to marriage though. I have 4 kids and 6 Grand-Kids plus 2 Great
As usual, I'm not at loss for words and I still run my own PR campaign however in
all the humility I can muster----I truly consider my 365 days in Leominster (55-56)
the best and most memorable year of my life and get excited just thinking about
being at the 50th Year Class Reunion next fall! Please contact me if you care to!
Although I now reside in McLean, VA, I have been back to Leominster, MA rather frequently since my sisters and I still have a place on Little Spectacle Pond in Lancaster.
After leaving LHS, I went to Mount Holyoke College and then worked for quite a few years as a laboratory technician at Harvard Medical School. In 1967, alone I adventured around the world visiting all the Hawaiian Islands, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Ceylon. After Medical College of PA in Philadelphia, internship at DC Children's Hospital, pediatric residency and neonatology fellowship at Georgetown University Hospital in DC, I took a temporary civilian job as a pediatrician at Andrew Rader US Army Health Clinic, an affiliate of Walter Reed US Army Hospital. Eventually, I became chief pediatrician at Rader and worked there for a little over 25 years. While there, I got certified in scuba diving, took a month off to do underwater photography in the open ocean in the Philippines with a friend, and later got my pilot license.
Although I retired in 2001 due to thyroid cancer followed by breast cancer, I am in remission from both cancers.
Since retirement, I have been seeing friends, occasionally working
as a visitor services volunteer at the new Smithsonian Udver-Hazy Air
and Space Museum at Dulles International Airport and traveling .
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