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Louise Day (Walsh)
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March 28, 1942 Fiber Artist www.evergreenfarm.biz Committed Relationship 2 Veda Dyment Sole Proprietor of Evergreen Farm 2020-04-08 14:59:25
Evergreen Farm housed 7,000 Angora Rabbits.  Grown for their wool and show.
I created the largest wool breed of rabbit in the world.  The only one developed in the USA.
The Giant Angora.  I have taught fiber arts, lectured on animal husbandry and the farming life, My rabbits have been shipped worldwide and I have been honored to have been on National Geographic TV, Yankee Magazine and many other news publications and agricultural journals.  
It's a great life but keeps you "Dirt Poor".  Wouldn't have it any other way.
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Regina DeLorey (Potter)
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January 13, 1943 Medical Secretary Married 4 Jacqueline Giannone, Phyllis Bonani, George Moody I've lived in Rockland, Westford, North Conway and now I'm back in North Weymouth. My husband is Geoff Potter and we've raised four kids and now have four grandkids - one who is serving in the Air Force.
FYI: The picture in the yearbook with my name on it belongs to Janice Delorey; the picture with her name on it belongs to me.
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A really great job on the website.  Send Regina  a MessageSend Regina a Message
Dianne Doucette (Carr)
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September 09, 1942 Medican Transcriber/Photographer www.diannecarr.zenfolio.com Widowed 3 Joan Pettagrasso, Sandy St Pierre, Judy Hunter, Donna Holden Raised a daughter and two sons on Cape Cod, moved to Florida and after seven years set my roots down in Montana. Have my own transcription business and do photography as a side business. Five wonderful grandchildren. 2012-07-12 11:32:13
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Veda Dyment ( Mc Innes)
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September 21, 1942 Retired Married 2 Dianne Brydson, Frank Hanisalo, Art Jacobs I have been very lucky, raised a daughter and a son. I have 3 grandchildren. (1 boy and 2 girls). Lived in So. Wemouth until 1978 and then moved to Hanover until 2000. Moved to Cape Cod full time in 2000. Now adays it's 4 months Cape Cod, 6 months Fort Myers, Florida and 2 months traveling around. So far, health wise, all is well. Never, ever take that for granted....Make every day count.....Looking forward to seeing everyone in July. " Cookie " 2012-07-12 10:23:45
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Jack Eaton
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December 12, 1941 IT manager Married 2 Anyone I knew at WHS I graduated WHS in 1960 to immediately enter the US Army and then travel to Europe where I met and married my wife of 52 years. I then worked for various firms which required relocation, ultimately we ended up in southwestern Maine where we have lived for the last 40 years. My two children (son & daughter) both live nearby as do my 2-grandsons. We love the small town life in Maine but now keep our boat in Florida and use it to travel to the Bahamas where we typically spend our winters. The out island Bahamian people are delightful and the scenery spectacular. 2015-11-06 14:34:00
My wife Gerda and i have been blessed by my living the quiet and beautiful hills of SW Maine for 40 years and watching our children and grand children grow up into the wonderful people they have become.  We live in a small town of 1300 people near Lake Sebago and I still work at our company near Portland. We have spent most of our last 8 winters aboard our boat traveling to Bahamas where we typically stay until Spring. We hope to continue this as long as good health permits as we really enjoy the Bahamas and her lovely, gentle people.

Going into the Army shortly after graduation, and my subsequent work, took me away from the Weymouth on a more or less permanent basis. I soon lost contact with everbody I knew except a few close friends. The reunions and this web site are wonderful and very useful way to stay in touch with classmates. I believe that our class was exceptional, a truly outstanding group of people who made a positive difference in thei world.
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Judy Ellison (Morris)
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September 25, 1942 RN, retired Married 4 . Following nursing school I worked in the mental health field until I married Bruce, an attorney, and raised 4 beautiful daughters. When they were in school, I, too, went back to earn my BS and MS degrees and worked as a consultant in geriatric mental health for a visiting nurse organization. I began an adult day center and served as supervisor of assisted living facilities. In retirement I earned a certificate in genealogy, work for the church and travel with Bruce. 2015-08-03 13:37:09
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Jeffrey Everson
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March 05, 1942 Physicist/Consultant www.JHEversonConsulting.com Married 2 Anyone who hung out at Columbian Square, S. Weymouth Carol (retired elementary school teacher) and I raised two sons (editor/writer; Navy test pilot); have one granddaughter (born January 2010); PhD in physics from BC; held positions in research/development and have no interest in retiring; traveled extensively in Germany; violinist with the Reading Symphony; activist 2012-07-12 09:31:18
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Stu Fultz
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May 13, 1942 Semi-retired /musician Married 2 ????? Upon graduation from WHS I joined The Stop & Shop Companies, ultimately graduating from both their Perishable Operations and Store Management Training programs. Marrying classmate Donna Holden in June of 1964, we resided in Halifax, MA with out two sons, Eric and Douglas, until 1967 when we re-located to the metro New York market for business reasons. Returning to the Boston area in the early 70's, we moved to Duxbury, MA where we remained for the next 30 years. Upon our return, I entered the sales and marketing end of the food business, working for several New England based food brokers as an account executive and as a regional manager for several perishable food and beverage manufacturers. Retiring in 2006, I now work as a consultant to Lactalis USA, the U.S. operating division of Lactalis International, based in Laval, France. As a veteran, I have served as an NCO with the U.S. Army Military Police Corps. and as an Infantry Line and Staff Officer after earning my commission. While continuing to remain active as a player in semi-pro ice hockey in the Boston area thru 1996, I played for several high level teams and leagues, including the U.S. National team and stints as practice goaltender for visiting NHL teams in town for contests with the Boston Bruins. In later years, I was honored to be invited by NHL Hall of Fame member and ex-Bruin John Bucyk to play with the Boston Bruins Alumni hockey team from time to time in charity events across New England. In 1996, I was diagnosed with lung cancer. After having my left lung removed, my surgeon recommended that I strengthen my remaining lung so I took up playing the trumpet again. Now, most of my spare time is spent playing with Big Band Jazz orchestras professionally in the Boston area as well as with community bands during the summer. Happily, Donna is able to join me playing her alto sax with some of the groups. Donna is a retired Postmaster, having served in the Marshfield/Duxbury area for over 35 years. We are now enjoying our two grandchildren and our semi-retirement in our homes on the South River in Humarock, and summers at Great Herring Pond near the Cape Cod Canal in South Plymouth. 2015-10-24 12:26:48
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Arthur Gallant
Retired arthurgallant.photos Widowed No one in particular Submarine Service 4 Years; Bell Labs 8 Years; Computer Service Providers 3; Equipment manufacturing 5 years; Years; Pharmaceuticals 7 years; Healthcare diagnostics 8 years; Patient monitoring 2 years; Advertising 2 years; Public relations 5 years; and more. See my comments for some details. 2020-06-29 21:50:40
I am an avid photographer. I am a member of the Central Park Conservency and Conservation Fellow of Wildlife Conservation Society (Bronx, Queens, Prospect Park, and Central Park Zoos and New York Aquarium). I have served as a Board Member of an education support products company that included ownership of several private school properties. During my life I held a private pilot license, certification in open water diving, and certification in offshore sailing. At Bell Labs (Murray Hill, NJ) in 1967-1969, I was involved in semiconductor research with responsibility for my department's 150 KeV Linear Accelerator. At Sherring Laboratories, I was a project leader at 5 sites. At Hill and Knowlton Public Relations, I was the Director of Information Systems with responsibility for 53 offices around the world. Send Arthur a MessageSend Arthur a Message
Ted Gauthier
June 07, 1942 Retired Bellsouth.net Married 8 Please update Please Update 2012-07-12 09:26:48
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