Calais Memorial High School

Class of 1964
"Within Ourselves Our Future Lies" - thanks, Gayle Lindsay

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Graduates Class of 1964

Raymond Allen

O.Freeman Baker

Maxine A. Berry

Kandyce Bird

Richard Brown

Sandra Burke

Veronica Burke

Sterling Carter

Gayle Claridge

Arnold Clark

Karen Sue Clark

Lawrence Clark

Sharon Clark

Larry Cole

Michael Cole


Bertram J. Cloney


Donald Cook

Charles Cookson

Rosemarie Crosby

Gerald Curran

Donna Damon

Susan Dickinson

Donald Diffin

Richard Diffin

Bonnie Dudley

Nancy Duval

Lorna J. Dwelley

Frederick Fox

R. Wayne Grant

Hannah Greenlaw

Cathleen Hall

E. Marilyn Harmon

F. Helen Harmon

Loretta Hayman

Karel Hayward

Barbara Hinton

William Howard

Gerald Johnson

Wayne Johnson

Elizabeth Kavanagh

Richard Keen

Sue Ketchen

Donald MacKechnie

Jill McCann

Michael R. McLean

George McCoubrey

Susan McDougall

Linda McLean

Sue Ellen McNamara

Robert Mains

Thomas Merrill

Mary Helen Mitchell

Clarence Moholland, Jr.

Daniel Parks

J. Francis Pettit

Joyce Ross Catherine Rowe Sandra Scott
Robert Small Terry Smith Thomas Smith
Donald Sullivan James Tingley Ellen Titcomb
Susan Titcomb George Tracy Karl Trippet
Anita Vondell Catherine Warren Donna Williams
  Connie Christakos John Mitchell

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Oliver Freeman Baker  After working for Digital for 20+ years and going through a buyout by Compac and then HP, I was laid off in 1999 and out of work for about 2 years.  I started working for the USPS in 2001 and retired in 2013. After living in NH for 40+ years, I sold my home in Manchester, NH and moved to Greene, ME.  My sister Carol is putting up with me at present. To those whom asks "Why did you leave Tax Free NH".  I usually tell them I needed to pay my share of taxes for a change-and I am!  It is good to be back in Maine. ps.  I now go by Oliver "Ollie" as the USAF wanted "First Name" and I did not think to put O. and continue going by Freeman. 07212014 

Connie Christakos Long, Since 2003 I retired from Principaling my new e-mail is  I am now located in Lake Worth, Florida.  I would really love to hear from any of my old classmates!! 

Gayle Claridge Lindsay: Hell-o friends. I live at 24 Boundary Street, in St. Stephen, N.B. Canada, E3L-1N8. Joe and I have been married since 1964 and have a daughter and two sons. (All grown-up). I was thrilled to find this web-site and would LOVE to hear from any of my friends and classmates. Our e-mail is: Think of you all often with such fond memories. Take care, and please keep in touch.

Bertram J. Cloney East Machias ME. 042607

Rosemarie Crosby Hamilton: (Rosie) I live in Princeton with my husband, Michael. I have a son and a daughter by a previous marriage and now have 3 grandchildren, all girls. I am a "kept" woman after working many types of jobs, including hairdressing and a police dispatcher. I enjoy many creative activities such as painting and working with photographs on my computer but my family is my first priority. I would welcome the opportunity of hearing from any of my classmates. My e-mail address is: new email 7/1/09 

Helen Harmon Townsend, Bar Harbor ME. I'm married to William Townsend '58, and we have one daughter, Marilyn Ann, who lives in Norfolk VA and is getting married here in Bar Harbor on Sep 4th.   William and I have both retired from education after 30 and 29 years respectively. We are awaiting the arrival of our first grandchild on 12/31/00. Check our nature, family, and other photos at: updated 111811

Karel Hayward MacKay would love to know what all her classmates are doing.  She is graduating from a master's program in Philanthropy & Development this May from St. Mary's University, Winona, MN.   She just remarried in November.  She has been living in Boston for nearly 7 years and works as Director of Development & Administration for Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts of MA.  Her e-mail address is

Linda McLean Shreve, Wolfville, Nova Scotia. Linda and husband Mike live in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. They have 5 children aged 36 to 47 and 11 grandchildren aged 2 to 20. 08/13/2016

Michael R. McLean, Manchester NH. Yes, Michael did graduate with the rest of the class, and he still has his diploma to prove it! Unfortunately, he was left off the original class list -- so here is his news, with apologies. Michael left Calais, roamed the country for a while, then went to college for computers in 1970's. He lives in Manchester and is doing well. He builds computer networks, just finished building a Y2K network from NH to North Carolina, Microsoft NT lans, Cisco routers, the works. His e-mail is updated 1/1/05

Tom Merrill. I received the invitation to this years Class of 64 reunion and it looks like I will be able to make it this time. However I did misplace the letter and would like to let you know through this email that I will be attending. Please have someone send me the particulars again. I am looking forward to seeing you all.  05022014

John Mitchell. I did not actually graduate from Calais but would have, had I remained in Calais for High School left Calais after grade 7 (Mrs.Polleys) and attended Rothesay Collegiate School in Rothesay N.B. just outside St.John. I left there for College in 1963 (no I did not actually graduate from High School but did pass my Marticulation exams in Grade 11 thus allowing me to go to St. FX in Antigonish N.S and then to Mount Allison in Sackville for undergrad work. I really enjoy this site. Keep up the good work. I still live in Calais where I practice Law. 012210

Mary Helen Mitchell-Annas, Calais. I have remained in Calais where I married Burton Annas (class of 1962) and raised 3 sons ages 35, 33, & 29. I have been employed at the Calais Regional Hospital for the past 25 years. 

Terry Smith: Terry lives in Anchorage, Alaska.

Donald J. Sullivan, East Providence, RI.  Was just wondering if there is anyone who is planning the Class of 1964's 40th reunion, in the year of 2004. If I'm not mistaken, I believe our last one was approx. 10 years ago. If so please get in touch with me and I will most gladly try to help from my end. If there is anyone who wants to get in touch with me, please send me an e-mail. Look forward to hearing from you all.  new e-mail 080703 

Jim Tingley, Arlington, TX. Hello everyone, has been a few years. Married, two children & two grandchildren. Work as a Safety Consultant for Willis an insurance broker. Try to get home annually in July or August. Love to hear from ya'll. 

George "Bobby" Tracy - US Marine Corps - Vietnam

Karl W. Trippett, St. Petersburg FL. I would like to hear from anybody from the class of '64. I thought we were supposed to have a reunion this year. I visit the area for two weeks every year. We usually visit during the last week in July and the first week in August.  I really enjoyed our 25th reunion and look forward to many more. Write me if you have a chance.

Katy Warren Perkoski, Avon MA. What a neat way to "come home" for a visit! I so often wonder what everyone is doing. I have 2 wonderful children and 2 even more wonderful grandchildren. I continue to work as an RN, but I hope to retire back to Maine just as soon as I can, most likely to the Portland area so I can sail. Hope to hear from you!  

Deceased Classmates

Karen Sue Clark: deceased

Donna Damon: deceased

Donald L. Diffin, 48, of Middle Street, died Monday at the Southern Maine Medical Center, Biddeford. He was born in Portland, a son of Porter R. and Frances Johnson Diffin, and attended Calais High School. He worked for Yudy's Ocean Tire of Biddeford and more recently for Frank Galos Chevrolet of Saco as a mechanic. Mr. Diffin was a member of the Saco Eagles, AMVETS and the Grange in Robbinston. He was engaged to Karen Hutchins with whom he resided in Saco. [Portland Press Herald 10/12/1994]

Hannah Greenlaw passed away February 29, 2000.  Hi.  I am the nephew of Hannah B. Greenlaw class of 64.  I have inherited many of her things.  I have found several boxes of photos many of which appear to be of classmates.  I would be interested in sharing these, but I will not send any originals.  I am also interested in corresponding with anyone who knew her as I am working on our family history and genealogy.  If you are in contact with anyone who may have known her please feel free to pass this on to them. Timothy Greenlaw, Son of Donald Greenlaw, Nephew of Hannah Greenlaw 10/10/02

Robert Mains Obituary [Provided by Thelma Eye Brooks]  

George Andrew McCoubrey, 71, passed away January 3, 2018 surrounded by his family at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor. George was born in Calais on February 24, 1946, son of Neville and Joan (Lawler) McCoubrey. After graduating from Calais Memorial High School, Class of 1964, he enlisted in the United States Coast Guard. George was fortunate to be stationed close to home during his service, stationed at the West Quoddy Head and Libby Island Lighthouses. On September 4, 1966, he married his love, Patricia Smith. Following his service, George worked several jobs until beginning his career with V.L. Tammaro as a propane technician, retiring in 2005. He was a member of St. Croix Lodge #46 A.F. & A.M. and Anah Temple Shriners. George enjoyed hunting, fishing, going for car rides, but above all, spending time with his grandchildren. In addition to his parents, George was predeceased by his three brothers, Joseph, Philip and Arthur. Surviving are his loving wife of 51 years, Patricia McCoubrey; three children, Sherri Reynolds and husband Robert of Calais, William McCoubrey and wife Karen of New Hartford, CT, and Carl McCoubrey of Calais; four grandchildren, Ashley Reynolds of Brewer, Emily Reynolds of Calais, and Liam and Kian McCoubrey of New Hartford, CT; his sister, Susan Dooley and husband Richard of Baileyville; two brothers, Charles McCoubrey and wife Linda of Calais, and Lee McCoubrey and wife Ning of Philippines; sister-in-law KumCha McCoubrey of Calais; and several nieces and nephews. A graveside service will be held in the spring at Calais Cemetery. Donations in George’s memory may be made to Shriners Hospitals for Children, Attn: Office of Development, 2900 N. Rocky Point Dr., Tampa, FL 33607. Arrangements by Mays Funeral Home, Calais & Eastport. [Provided by Heather Ross.]

Clarence Moholland, Jr.: deceased 

Daniel A. Parks, 62, passed away on Sunday, December 14, 2008 in a Bangor hospital with his family by his side. Danny was born in St. Stephen, N.B. on October 25, 1946, son of James and Irene (Smith) Parks. He graduated from Calais Memorial High School, Class of 1964. Danny attended the Lady Dunn Trade School in St. Andrews where he studied welding. After school, he was drafted into the U.S. Navy. Danny returned to Calais and started his career with Georgia Pacific. On June 26, 1971, he married Marlene Boddy. Danny retired from Domtar in 2007, after 40 years of service. He was a member of the Quarter Century Club and the Sherman Bros Post #3, American Legion. Danny enjoyed spending time at Meddybemps Lake where he enjoyed fishing, boating and spending time with his family. He was an avid Red Sox and Patriots fan. Danny was predeceased by his father, James Parks. In addition to his mother, Irene Parks, Danny is survived by his loving wife of 37 years, Marlene Parks; his son, Jason Parks and his companion, Kristy Lenihan of Mississauga, Ontario; a brother, Albert Parks and his wife Mary of Calais; sister-in-law, Sandra Johnson and her husband Billy of Kittery; three nephews, Scott Johnson and his wife Heather of Fitchburg, MA, Jamie Parks and his wife Jennifer of Copake, NY, and John Clark and his wife Helen of Baileyville; a niece, Billie Jo Ham and her husband Kevin of York; and his two special “grand-doggies”, Rioux and Bailey. [Provided by John Adams, Marilyn Strout, & Sharon Howland]


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