Calais High School

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Graduates Class of 1981
Mark Barnard Lisa Campbell Pabon Mary Campbell Wenig
  Kimberly Sue Clark  
Joan Demmons Peter Doten Tari Keen
Melody Olsson Cumberland Martha Robb Dale Olsen


What's Happening

Mark Barnard

Lisa Campbell Pabon, Winsted CT. Where is everyone!!! Didn't know this site even existed. Looking for my good friends Bobbi Steadman, Anne McClure Flood, Tammy Lee Pete, Lori Reynolds, Theresa Mallory, Wendy Day. Already know where Darlene Greenlaw Gillespie is at. Please email me love to hear from ya.

Mary Campbell Wenig, Lebanon NH. I live in central, western New Hampshire one town south of Dartmouth College. I have been married 20 years and have 2 kids. 123108

Joan Demmons. Where did the class of 1981 go? I don't see any entries from them. 

Peter Doten, Nashua, NH. (Went to CMHS fall of '80) I was surfing around to see what was going on in Calais, and saw this site. Brings back memories, love the area and miss it some. I travel all over North America and you can see elements of the downeast region all over the place (excpet in California, but that place is totally different). Rural PA, some areas of Upstate NY are similar except for the ocean. I see the 1981 alumni page is pretty bare.  I graduated from St. Stephen High School, but I still remember the people from CHS. Hope this finds everyone well. Peace. 

Tari Keen Barnard. Hi everyone. 

Melody Olsson Cumberland, outside St. Stephen. Still at Hardwickes working as a Supervisor. Been married to Dana for 5 years. m.cumberland36@gmail.com08262012

Martha Robb Apkarian, New Durham, NH. Happy 25th class of '81. Unbelievable ! I'm currently in New Durham, NH. Worked for Liberty Mutual in Portsmouth since right out of college. I've been married for almost 19 years with two boys -- Chris is 16 and Matt is 13.  


Kimberly Sue Clark Wilson , 54, died unexpectedly on Monday, May 22, 2017. Kim was born in Calais on February 18, 1963, daughter of the late James Clark Sr. and Mary (Mitchell) Clark. Kim for the most part was a homemaker who took care of her four children and then her grandchildren. Kim enjoyed spending time with family, BBQs, playing cards and games on her computer. In addition to her parents, Kim was predeceased by her brother Phillip R. Clark and an infant brother, and sister-in-law Carol Dupuis. Surviving are her husband of 36 years Harold Roy Wilson Jr. and her four children Harold Clark and girlfriend Shawna Preston of Machiasport and Amy, Mike and Greg Wilson all of Calais, her three grandchildren Zack and Tyler Bridges and Ryker Wilson. One sister Brenda Dempsey, brother Ralph Clark and his wife Vicki and Fred Clark all of Calais and Jimbo and his wife Patty of Port Richey Florida. One brother-in-law Jimmy Havener of Calais and many nieces, nephews and cousins and a special family friend Mary McLean of Calais. There will be a celebration of life held at Kimberly's house on June 10th 2017 at 3:00 p.m

Dale Robert Olsson, 52, died unexpectedly Friday, April 1, 2016 with his family by his side at a Bangor hospital. Dale was born in Calais on April 25, 1963, son to Robert and Evelyn (Wallace) Olsson. He graduated from Calais High School, Class of 1981, and attended University of Maine in Machias. Dale worked construction and as a welder until starting his career with U.S. Customs and Border Protection, where he was stationed in Calais. His grandchildren were the light of his life and he enjoyed spending quality time with them. Dale was an avid reader, especially science fiction. He was predeceased by his father Robert “Bob” Olsson, and a sister Stephanie Olsson. Surviving are the love of his life and best friend, his wife Alice (Pratt) Olsson; his mother Evelyn Noddin and husband Ed of Baring; two children, Wayne Sowers II and companion Adrienne Dority of Ellsworth, and Brittany Sowers and fiancé Kenneth Fredette of Gorham; his two grandchildren whom he loved dearly, Lauren and Benjamin Fredette; two brothers, Mark Olsson and wife Angela of Corinth, and Glenn Olsson and fiancé Alice Ann of Foreman, AR; two nieces, Stephanie Thompson and husband Steve, and Tiffany Batten and husband Coty; many loving aunts, uncles and cousins; numerous dear friends; and his extended family from US Customs and Border Protection. Visiting hours will be held 12 noon until 1 p.m. at Washington County Community College Gymnasium, where a celebration of Dale’s life will begin at 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 5, 2016 at Arrangements by Mays Funeral Home, Calais & Eastport. [Provided by Heather Ross.]   

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