Calais Memorial High School

Class of 1960
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Graduates Class of 1960

John Adams

Edna Baker

Kenneth Berry

Cole Bridges

Sandra Burns

Peggy Campbell

Ronald Carson

William Carlow

John Cassidy

Richard Caswell

Richard Chisholm

Wayne Claridge

Janet Clark

Sally Clark

Stanley Clark

Charles Coleman

Rodney Crosby

Wayne Dickinson

Dayton Dineen

Paul Donovan

Wayne Donovan

Irene Doten

Ralph Draper

Lloyd Dwelley

Henry Eaton

Lawrence Fleming

Carole Flood

Janice Getchell

Robert Gray

Arlene Hall

Richard Hall

William Hartford

Betty Jean Hayward

Judith Heald

Jean Hetherington

Daniel Hill

Earl Hill

Jackie Hinton

Marjorie Howard

Gloria Howland

Sue Jensen

Bruce Johnstone

Dennis Johnson

Lloyd Johnston

Leonice Kennison

Douglas Leeman

Edwina Mahar

Reta McArthur

Donna McLean

Robert McPhail

Sally Moreshead

Norma Murphy

Frederick Newell

Gary Nixon

Glen Quimby

Carl Ross

Robert Sadler

Richard Sawyer

Leonard Scott

Lawrence Smith

Norma Stanhope

Carl Stewart

Bonita Tracy

Coburn Wallace

Sandra Warren

Rosita Waycott

Raymond Wentworth

Thomas Wilson


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What's Happening

John D. Adams  was in the United States Navy from 1960 to 67, on the Calais Police Department from 1968 to 71 and with the United States Border Patrol, in San Diego, CA, from 1971 to 95. When he retired he was the Agent in Charge of the San Miguel Anti-Smuggling Investigative Unit. He and Connie then bought a 112-acre farm in Buckhannon, WV, but sold that in1999 and moved to Pleasant Grove, Utah. John is now retired for the second time, this time from the Utah Valley Regional Medical Center in Provo, Utah. Connie and John are now trying retired life once again, this time in Cape Coral, Florida. Their daughter Stephanie live in South Jordan, Utah. Daughter, Lorri married Gary Newsome in August 2000 and he passed away March 26, 2006. She now lives in Orange Park, FL. Daughter, Crystal, and her four children, live in Orem, Utah. Son Brandon is living in Cape Coral, FL. On 11/21/2012, John & Connie became great Grandparents for the second time. Updated 12/1/2012 

Edna Baker McLellan Just wanted everyone to know that I retired from nursing on 5/29/06. Have worked at Calais Hospital for the past 35 years, decided I had had enough!! I now have 7 grandchildren, 4 of which live out of town with their parents, my 2 oldest daughters and their husbands.  My son Darrin and his family live nearby in Calais--- Thank goodness I have 2 grandchildren nearby to spoil!!! Just got back from a visit to my daughter Sherri's in Ellington Ct. Took a 2 week camping trip with her and her family, went to So. Dakota and had a great time, hadn't been camping for years. Came back home after 5 weeks away , nice to go but nice to get back also. new email 5/26/10

Kenneth "Kenny" Berrylives in Milltown with his wife Karen.  They have 2 children, and he is employed at Georgia Pacific.

Sandra Burns Scott now lives in Savannah GA with her new husband.  She is a retired school teacher and was married last August.

Peggy Campbell Bryant. I live in Grand Lake Stream, ME with my husband Gordon. We have a blended family of 6. I have 3 married children, 2 boys and a girl. The oldest, Michael, is married with 3, two girls and a boy; Marjorie has two daughters; and Tony is married with 2, both boys. I am also stepmom to 3 and there are 2 more grandkids, both girls and another on the way due in September. We also have a wonderful golden retriever named Dusty. We have been living in Grand Lake Stream for about 3 years now and enjoy it here very much. I spend a lot of time on the water in good weather and also enjoy the computer. My e-mail address is I would love to hear from anyone that has a computer too.

John Cassidy.  As of Sept. 28 2007, I have retired (again). Elaine and I have 11 grandchildren. We spend our winters in Zephyrhills, Florida and our summers in Winslow, Me. My new e-mail address is I will enjoy hearing from old friends and classmates. 091308

Wayne Claridge  lives in Calais with his wife Sue.  Wayne has 5 grown children and 3 granddaughters with 2 more due July 2000.   Wayne works at Georgia Pacific. E-mail

Sally Clark Cran, Now has 6 grandchildren.  Husband Gary of 44 years, has taken up racing with the sailboat so Sally no longer goes along.  She does not like the boat sailing on it’s side.  Spends most of her summers at the Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse which she is actively working to raise money to restore.  It is open every weekend during the summer (weather permitting)  so people can tour inside the lighthouse.  If you are in the area, please take a nice walk out the breakwater to tour the lighthouse and see the flagpole in memory of Willis (Bill) and Edith Clark (Sally, Betty and Edith Faye*s parents)  New e-mail 102907 

Stan Clark is the owner, along with Judy and Paula Clark, of the New Horizons Senior Boarding Home located at 144 South Street, Calais ME 04619.  Stan also has 28 years teaching experience in the Calais School system.

Rodney Crosby  

Dayton Dineen lives in Calais with his wife.  He works at G.P.

lives in Calais with his wife, Carol.  He works for Humpty Dumpty.

Irene Doten Gallway I retired from Child and Family Opportunities in January 2007 and opened up a sewing studio in my home doing alterations and new creations. I enjoy my morning walks and going to Curves.  I get together with my classmates for dinners out and pot-luck suppers often. I now have 7 grandchildren, ages 4-17. They are really growing up.  I would love to hear from my classmates or other alumni from CMHS. My email is new email 051009

Lloyd T. Dwelley. Alive and well, I live in Alexander, Maine. 

Carole Flood Retired in 2005 from Atlantic Rehab. after 25 years ago. 4 years ago I remarried to Alan Smith. We live on River Rd. in Calais. 042112

Robert Gray is a retired teacher. He winters in S.C. and summers in Houlton ME.  He was married to Jean Hetherington.Betty Jean Hayward Bisson lives in Minneapolis MN.  Her sister Karel MacKay's e-mail is

Jean Hetherington lives in N. Windom ME and  is a nurse at ME Medical Center in Portland.  She was married to Robert Gray.

Marjorie Howard Rowe Update - 2005   Lives in Calais with son, Lee. Daughter, Sandy London, lives in St. John, N.B., CA  Two grandchildren, Trina Leeman, has been attending Un. of Me. and will enter the U S Navy in March 2006 and Kevin Gallway, who is presently in the U S Army in KY  She retired 4 years ago after spending 40 years as a licensed agent in the insurance business.  Hobbies include  quilting, gardening, Boston Red Sox and Celtics games and raising the usual and unusual pets - and the list goes on!  New email address:    Would enjoy hearing from classmates and a visit from anyone while in the area - Always a spot of tea or cup of coffee in the making for social visits.  God Bless.   Marjorie and Thomas Wilson were married March 2009.

Gloria HowlandTaylor.  I live in Great Barrington, Mass. and have worked for Smith, Watson & Company, a public accounting firm for twenty six years. I also own a craft business with my sister Gayle. I have a daughter Lisa who is married and lives in Cape Coral, Florida and a daughter Karen who is married and lives in Pittsfield, Mass. Karen has a daughter Jesseca. I share my home with one year old twin girls!!! They allow me to feed them and pet them on command. 

Lloyd Johnston. I was originally from Crawford. I was in the U. S. Navy from 61-68 after that I was with Delta Airlines until I recently retired. Presently not married have two grown daughters and grandchildren. I live in a Dallas suburb. I visit my mother who lives in East Machias. 

Leonice Kennison lives in Calais. 

Sally Moreshead Doten. I am working at Atlantic Rehab & Nursing Center, job sharing with Carole Flood Brocato. Now have 7 grandchildren ages 8-20. Does that make me old? I still feel 20 (maybe 40). Would love to hear from classmates and others. Drop a line. Looking forward to 2005  and the reunion. Classmates are meeting but I haven't been able to attend any yet. My social calendar is so.o.o.o.o.o full!!!

Gary Nixon lives in Perry with his wife.  He is retired from the Border Patrol.

Carl Ross, lives in Red Beach, Maine with his second wife Heather.   He has two sons David and Gregg.  Carl and Heather are both retired and would love to hear from friends and classmates from the Calais area.   Email:

Leonard Scott lives in the Portland area with his wife, Nancy.  He is a real estate broker. They have two married daughters and two granddaughters.

Norma Stanhope Wallace is married to Coburn Wallace and lives in Crawford ME. We have three grown children. Coburn is now retired. We have increased our grandchildren to eight with one on the way in June.  The email address has been changed to   Oh son & girlfriend had their baby on June 13, 2004, her name is Kaylee Jo Wallace, she weight 8 lbs.3 ozs. and 21" long.  She is a cutie the image of her dad.

Carl Stewart lives in the Houlton area.

Bonnie TracySanford, ME. Really enjoyed going home for my 45th re-union this year - was great to see so many of my classmates but sorely missed seeing our most recently deceased one - Raymond Wentworth.

Coburn Wallace is married to Norma Stanhope. E-mail 

Sandra Warren married John Pomeroy class of 1959. Note from their son, Dan Pomeroy: Attended Calais High in 1979/1980, but graduated from Shead Mem. High. Dad was John Pomeroy. Mom is Sandra (Warren)Pomeroy. I spent six years in Marine Corps and now work for utility resource group in Ft. Worth, Tx. Am married with four children: Jessica 15, William 14, Rebekah 7, Benjamin 6. Two time state and one time national Tae Kwon Do champion. Would love to hear from classmates, but would also love to hear from Mom and Dad's classmates. 

Thomas Wilson and Marjorie Howard Rowe were married March 2009.

Deceased Classmates

Cole Bridges Calais – Cole Leroy Bridges, 67, passed away on Sunday, November 8, 2009 in Calais. Cole was born in St. Stephen, N.B. on August 11, 1942, son of the late Cole and Jessie Helene (Boone) Bridges. He graduated from the Calais High School, Class of 1960, and the University of Maine in Orono with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. After college, Cole returned home to help run the family businesses, including the local Chrysler dealership, the Shell Oil Distributor for Washington County, blueberry farms and rental apartments. He retired in 1995. Cole enjoyed hunting and fishing and was an avid aircraft pilot, flying helicopters, float planes and airplanes. Surviving are his two children, Cole Gregory Bridges and his wife Candy of Calais, and Ursula Mathieu and her husband Chris of Winslow; five grandchildren, Brittney Bridges of Bangor, Cole Tyler and Matthew Bridges of Calais, and Rochelle and Timothy Mathieu of Winslow; his dear friend, Pamela Bridges; brother William Bridges and his wife Joan of Oak Bay, N.B.; sister Brenda Cook and her husband Steve of Menlo Park, CA; a niece Nicole Bridges of Oak Bay, N.B.; three nephews, Ryan Bridges and his wife Carla of Moores Mills, N.B., and Edgar and Vincent Cook, both of CA; a great niece, Hallie Bridges; and a cousin, Laird Ketchen of Victoria, B.C. Visiting hours will be held 2-4 & 6-8 p.m. Thursday at Mays Funeral Home, 26 Church St., Calais. A funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Friday at the funeral home with Pastor Ray Morse officiating. Burial will follow in the Oak Bay Cemetery, N.B. Donations in Cole’s memory may be made to the Calais Regional Hospital, 24 Hospital Lane, Calais, ME 04619. Memorials: Donations in Cole’s memory may be made to the Calais Regional Hospital, 24 Hospital Lane, Calais, ME 04619. Visitations: 2:00PM to 4:00PM on Thursday, November 12th, 2009 at Mays Funeral Home 6:00PM to 8:00PM on Thursday, November 12th, 2009 at Mays Funeral Home Services: 11:00AM at Mays Funeral Home on Friday, November 13th, 2009.  

William Carlow U. S. Marine Corps deceased. William died in an aircraft accident at Logan Airport in Boston, fall 1960. He was buried in Robbinston at the Brewer Cemetery.

Richard Arthur Chisholm, 76, passed away Thursday, March 8, 2018 surrounded by his family at Calais Regional Hospital. Richard was born in Calais on February 25, 1942, son of Arthur and Marion (Kyle) Chisholm. Richard was a proud native of Red Beach, where he lived for many years. Upon graduating from Calais High School, Class of 1960, he joined the Navy, serving until 1964. Richard returned to Maine and became a Respiratory Therapist, being employed for Calais Regional Hospital for many years. He was also active in the Maine Army National Guard, retiring with the rank of Sergeant. Richard loved history and sharing his vast knowledge of it. He was also a talented artist. Richard was a member of Calais Fire Department, Red Beach Co, for over 20 years. In addition to his parents, Arthur and Marion of Red Beach, Richard was predeceased by a special brother-in-law, William Pulk Sr. Surviving are his daughter, Jill Clark and husband Thomas Sr. (T.J.); his grandchildren Thomas and Ava, who were the apple of his eye; sisters Sandra Pulk of Robbinston, and Bonnie Lyons and husband Bob of Red Beach; nieces and nephews, Penny Johnson and husband Gerry, Tobbie Ackley and husband Jason, Bobby Lyons and wife Rhonda, Billy Pulk and wife Rhonda, and Brent Lyons and companion Keri; several great-nieces and great-nephews; and his former spouse Sharron Chisholm.
Visiting hours will be held 12 noon until 2 p.m. Saturday, March 17, 2018 at Mays Funeral Home, 26 Church St., Calais. A celebration of Richard’s life will begin 2 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home. Burial with military honors will follow at Red Beach Cemetery. [Provided by Heather Ross.]

Charles Coleman: PORTLAND - Charles A. Coleman,63, died July 8, 2004 after a long illness. He was born in Calais on Sept. 26, 1940. He graduated from Calais High School. He enjoyed sports and playing cards. He was predeceased by his father, mother, and two brothers. He is survived by a daughter, Tammy; a son, Danny; and a brother, James of Connecticut. There will be no visiting hours. Services are pending. [Portland, ME Press Herald 13 July 2004]

Paul Donovan   Paul “Wimmie” William Donovan, 74, passed away on Friday, January 6, 2017, surrounded by his loved ones, at Calais Regional Hospital. Wimmie was born in Calais on July 25, 1942, son of the late Paul and Mary (Ross) Donovan. He graduated from Calais Memorial High School, Class of 1960, and shortly after started his career as a salesman for Humpty Dumpty. On July 13, 1963, he married his high school sweetheart, Carol Elizabeth Campbell. Wimmie retired from Humpty Dumpty with 40 years of service. He was a Communicant of Immaculate Conception R.C. Church in Calais, a former member of the Calais Lions Club, and was an avid outdoorsman. Wimmie enjoyed hunting, fishing, woodworking/carpentry and watching the Red Sox. He loved spending time at his camp on Cathance Lake with his family, especially his son and best friend, Jeffrey. In addition to his parents he was predeceased by a brother, Wilfred Donovan; and a sister Donna Daye. Surviving are his loving wife of 53 years, Carol Donovan; three children, Troy Donovan and wife Laura “Curly” of Calais, Jeffrey Donovan of Calais, and Joanne Cushing and husband Ricky of Pembroke; eight grandchildren, Justin Donovan of Bangor, Jessica Raymond and husband Chris of Carmel, Brianna, Derek, Piper and Sammy Donovan, all of Calais, James Farley MM1 USN and wife Fuka of Japan, and Tyler Farley IC2 USN and wife Ashley of San Diego, CA; four great-grandchildren, Brielle, Jamison, Jayce and Caleb; brother-in-law Joseph Campbell of AZ; sisters-in-law Peggy Bryant and husband Gordon of AZ, Linda Curtis of Grand Lake Stream, and Jackie Campbell of Glenburn; many nieces and nephews; and his canine companion Benji, and feline companion Squeek. In keeping with Wimmie’s wishes, there will be no service. In honor of his son Jeffrey, donations in his memory may be made to the Frank Beckett Center, PO Box 384, Calais, ME 04619, where Jeff has been a participant for almost 30 years. Arrangements by Mays Funeral Home, Calais & Eastport. 

Richard Dale Hall, 74, born on January 22, 1942, in Maine, passed away November 8, 2016. He resided in Los Angeles, California at the time of his passing. Arrangements are under the direction of Forest Lawn, Glendale, California. [Provided by Sally Doten & Heather Ross.] 

Dennis Johnson. Dennis Wayne Johnson, devoted husband and father, passed away peacefully, after a long courageous battle with heart illness, Jan. 6, 2002, in Calais. He was born Jan. 26, 1942. Dennis was most recently employed at Ames Department Store, Calais. He graduated from Calais Memorial High School, University of Maine at Machias and Washington County Technical College. As a young man, he served in the U.S. National Guard. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Dennis loved working in the sawmill with his cousin, Gary Diffin. Dennis is survived by his wife, Elizabeth (Maddix) Johnson and son, Scott Alan Johnson; mother, Norma Shattuck of Calais; sister, Linda (Shattuck) Pagels; and brother-in-law, Steven F. Pagels of Cherryfield; aunt, Leona Kendall of Perry; uncles, Robert and Ernest Johnson of Robbinston and Bernard Johnson of Red Beach; brother-in-law, Colby Maddix of Waite, several nieces and nephews, also special cousins, Gary Diffin and Walter Loring. He was predeceased by his father, Albert Johnson; and stepfather, Leonard Shattuck. A celebration of his life will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 12, 2002, at the Sunrise Circle Community Center, with Bishop Timothy Sanford officiating. Arrangements are under the care of Cremation Services of Maine, 182 Waldo Ave., Belfast. No flowers, at the request of the family. [Bangor Daily News 1/8/02] 

Douglas Joseph Leeman, 67, formerly of Calais, passed away Sunday, July 26, 2009, in Joliet, Ill. Douglas was born July 13, 1942, in Calais. After graduating from Calais High School, Class of 1960, he served his country in the U.S. Navy. Douglas moved to Kansas City, Mo., working as a mechanic for TWA. He then relocated to Illinois, where he worked as a pipefitter/insulator for Local 33 Insulators Heat & Frost Union. Douglas was an avid golfer and a die-hard Cubs fan. He enjoyed his time at local establishments debating sports, politics and anything else that would come to mind. Douglas also enjoyed his quiet time reading Louis L'Amour and Tom Clancy books while relaxing with his cats, Bear and Tank. One of his favorite trips each year was to travel to Maine to watch his grandsons, Jordan and Joel, play basketball. Douglas was predeceased by his parents, Arnold and Frances (Leeman) Chick; and a brother, Dale Chick. Surviving are his son, Edward P. Leeman and his wife, Jo-Ellen, of Calais; two grandchildren, Jordan and Joel Leeman; two brothers, Wayne Chick and his wife, Dawn, of Charlotte, and Jeff Chick of Machiasport; two sisters, Nancy Steele of West Palm Beach, Fla., and Paula Cunningham and her husband, Chris, of Port St. Lucien, Fla.; four nephews, Joshua Berube of Baring, Justin Chick of Charlotte, and Andrew and Craig Cunningham of Port St. Lucien, Fla.; two special friends, Carol Stonitsch and Deb Busch, both of Joliet, Ill.; and his two feline companions, Bear and Tank. A celebration of Douglas' life will be held at a later date and will be announced in the Calais Advertiser. Arrangements by Mays Funeral Home, Calais. Condolences and memories may be shared at [Published in Bangor Daily News on 7/28/2009 provided by Sharon Howland, John Gibson & John Adams] 

Donna McLean. Calais.  Donna Sara Hornbrook, 66, died Thursday, Feb. 21, 2008, with her family by her side at her home. Donna was born Oct. 24, 1941, in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, daughter of the late Ralph and Elva (Clement) McLean. She was a communicant of Immaculate Conception R.C. Church, Calais. Donna enjoyed knitting, cooking, dancing, playing the accordion, listening to country music and spending time with her family. In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her husband, William "Bill" Hornbrook. Surviving are her son, Gregg Hornbrook and his wife, Michelle, of Calais; her daughter, Julia Boies and her husband, Michael, of Baileyville; three sisters, Norma McLean of Calais, Barbara Maenhout and her husband, Robert, of Calais and Linda Shreve and her husband, Michael, of Nova Scotia; five grandchildren, Kristen, Scott and Sara Boies, and Derrick and Nicholas White; a dear friend, Theresa Case of Calais; many nieces and nephews. Donna will also be sadly missed by her neighbors and many other friends. Friends may call 6-8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 25, at Mays Funeral Home, 26 Church St., Calais. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated 10 a.m. Tuesday by Father Frank Morin at First Congregational Church, Calais Avenue, Calais. Burial will be after at Calais Cemetery. Condolences and memories may be shared at [BDN 022308 provided by John Adams and Sharon Howland] 

Robert J.  McPhail, 66, of Spring Road, Glenville, died Wednesday, July 30, 2008, after a long illness with his family by his side. Robert was born Nov. 12, 1941, in Calais ME. He was the son of the late William McPhail and Iona McLaughlin Butler. Robert attended Calais Memorial High School, Calais ME, class of 1960. He married Patricia Coons on April 3, 1965. Robert was a machinist for General Electric. [Daily Gazette, Schenectady NY 8/4/08]

Freddie Newell  had a heart attack and was airlifted to Bangor. He passed away the morning of 1/25/09. A small reception for Fred Newell will be held at the Methodist Church next Thurs Jan 5 at 6:30 p.m.

Glen T. Quimby, 64, longtime resident of High Street, Sanford died following a short illness, Jan. 24, 2007, at Goodall Hospital in Sanford. He was born Dec. 9, 1942, in Robbinston, a son of Arnold and Madonna (Morrison) Quimby and graduated from Calais High School with the class of 1960.    In 1965, Glen moved to Sanford and worked at Simplex Wire in No. Berwick and then worked as a machinist at Moore Business Forms in Dover for 32 years. Glen was known to be a dedicated and hard worker. He was a man of high integrity and respectful of others. Glen was a homebody who enjoyed spending time with his family, especially the grandchildren. They called him Pappy and the grandchildren knew they had him wrapped around their fingers! Glen and his wife Shirley loved camping each summer at his sisters' campground, Hilltop Campground in Robbinston and through the years made many long lasting friendships. He also enjoyed his early morning job of delivering the Bangor News with his dog Hobo. Glen was an avid outdoorsman, who loved hunting, fishing and boating. He will be remembered as a man with a gentle way about him, humble, interesting to talk with and a wonderful, loving husband and father. He is survived by his wife of 37 years, Shirley Quimby of Sanford; his children, Glen Quimby II and companion, Jennifer Cross of Sanford, Norman Michaud and wife Donna of Acton, Lonnie Michaud and wife Marcia of Sanford, Cathy Martineau and husband Francis of Sanford, Tracey Quimby of Wells, Terri Costner of Springvale, Toni Smith and husband Gary of Lee, N.H.; his brother and best friend, Robert Quimby and wife Paula of Sanford; his sister, Donna Hennequin and husband Marshall of Robbinston; eight grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was married to Bonita Tracy and they were the parents of Tracey Quimby, Terri Costner, and Toni Smith. He was predeceased by his sister, Carolyn Cawley. A private service will be held for the family and burial will be at Brewer Cemetery in Robbinston in the spring. To leave a message of condolence for the family, please visit . The Autumn Green Funeral Home, 47 Oak Street, Alfred is respectfully handling arrangements. Glen loved to watch the Camp Waban Telethon drive each year and his family would appreciate memorial donations be made to: Waban Association, 5 Dunaway Drive, Sanford, Maine 04073. [Portland ME Press Herald 012507 provided by Marilyn Strout]

  Robert Gordon Sadler, 28, died October 3, 1970 at the Calais Regional Hospital following a long illness.  He was born at St Stephen NB February 4, 1942, the son of Harold and Doris (Cornish) Sadler.  He is survived by his parents of Baring; one sister Mrs. Merle (Lorens) Cunningham of Upper Mills NB; three nieces and three nephews. Funeral services were held at Everett L. Scott & Son Funeral Home at Calais with Rev. Walter Lyons officiating.  Burial was in the Baring Cemetery. [Provided by Sharon Howland 11/29/16. Calais Advertiser Oct. 8, 1970] 

Richard Sawyer.  CALAIS - Dorothy "Dolly" Minnie Sawyer, 65, died unexpectedly Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2009, at Calais RegionaDolly Sawyerl Hospital. Dolly was born June 26, 1943, in New Castle, New Brunswick, daughter of the late Roy and Dorothy (Dunnett) Allison. After attending New Castle, New Brunswick, area schools, she went to New Brunswick Bible Institute, where she met Richard "Dick" Sawyer, her beloved husband for the last 45 years. After their wedding, Nov. 16, 1963, they relocated to Charlotte. Dolly started work as a housekeeper for the Treworgy family in Calais. She eventually worked in housekeeping at Barnard's Nursing Home and Calais Regional Hospital until her retirement. Dolly enjoyed reading, scrapbooking, knitting, raking blueberries and spending time with her family. In addition to her parents, Dolly was predeceased by a brother, John; and two sisters, Betty and Mae. Surviving are her loving husband, Dick Sawyer; her two daughters, Darlene Horne and her husband, Michael, of St. Stephen, New Brunswick, and June Fry and her husband, David, of Rochester, Minn.; a sister, Kathleen Shaddick of Derby, New Brunswick; four brothers, her twin, Roy Allison and Raymond Allison, both of Derby, New Brunswick, David Allison and his wife, Taffi, of Ontario and Weldon Allison and his wife, Phyllis, of Trout Brook, New Brunswick; three grandchildren, Kaitlin, Joshua and Jared Fry, all of Minnesota; three stepgrandchildren, Chris Horne and his wife, Veronic, of St. Stephen, Kate Horne of Toronto and Julie Horne of Halifax; her feline companion, Stanley; many nieces and nephews, and many dear friends. Visiting hours will be held 1-2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 21, at Mays Funeral Home, 26 Church St., Calais, where a funeral service will begin 2 p.m. A spring burial will take place at Clarkside Cemetery, Pembroke. Donations in Dolly's memory may be made to St. Croix Country Club, P.O. Box 294, Calais, ME 04619. Condolences and memories may be shared at [BDN 021909 provided by John Adams]

Lawrence "Larry" Smith Calais Advertiser 8/5/1999. Lawrence A. Smith, 56, died June 5, 1999, in an airplane accident at Longmere Lake near Soldotna. A celebration of Mr. Smith's life was held from 2 to 5 p.m. on June 13th at the Regal Alaskan Hotel ... Anchorage, Alaska. A funeral mass was held at 4 p.m. at St. Anthony's Catholic Church .... Born June 8, 1942, in Calais, Maine, Mr. Smith graduated in 1965 from the MA College of Pharmacy in Boston and moved to Anchorage in 1972. In 1976, he began Geneva Woods Pharmacy. The business expanded in the 1980s ... and a third location was added in 1993. ... Mr. Smith received many community service awards for his generosity and compassion. He also retired the Fur Rendevous "Mr. Furface" crown after winning that award for three consecutive years. His family said, "Larry was happiest in the cockpit of his airplane. He loved to hunt and fish, smoke cigars and drink Scotch. There has never been a man that touched more lives and hearts than Larry. His passion was his signature, giving his heart and soul to his family, friends, employees, and patients. He would breathe you in...and now he lives in all that loved him. We are grateful for his passion, love, and strength." Mr. Smith was preceded in death by his father, Lawrence Smith. He is survived by his wife, Jacklyn of Anchorage; sons Jeffrey of London, ENG, and Gregory  of Dallas TX; mother Avis Smith of Robbinston; brothers Bud and Terry of Anchorage; many other relatives; and special hunting buddies, Sherlock and Watson.

Raymond E. Wentworth. Uxbridge - Raymond E Wentworth, 62 of Uxbridge, died Tuesday, Jan 13, 2004 at Milford-Whitinsville Regional Hospital. He was the husband of Geraldine A. (Burns) Wentworth. Born in Calais Maine, a son of the late John and Annie (Gallant) Wentworth, he graduated from Calais High School. He was an outstanding athlete and star of the Blue Devils high school basketball team. Besides his wife, he leaves one son, Ronald J. Wentworth of Cranston, RI,: one daughter, Bonnie J. Wentworth of Uxbridge; four sisters, Jean Anne McIntosh, Shirley Cleland, Virginia Moffit and Marjorie Harkenrider; two brothers Fred Moffit and William Moffet and many nieces and nephews. He was the brother of the late Doris Ayers. A funeral will be held Friday, Jan. 16 at 10a.m., in the Chapel of the Buma Funeral Home, 101 North Main St., (rte 122), Uxbridge. Burial will be at the convenience of the family, at a later date, in Maine. Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of one’s choice. 

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