Calais High School
Class of 1983
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Ken Alward. I have been living in Houston now, with about 6 million other people (what a change!) for almost 18 yrs. It snowed twice in that time and one almost lasted two days. I have been married now for 14 yrs. I have a newborn daughter (she is my pride and joy). She was born 9/01. I am currently working as the Chief Engineer at the DCH-LP in Houston.
Catherine Fenderson Stone,
Bradenton, FL. Although I officially graduated from Bangor High, CHS was
where I spent the most time and have the fondest memories.
I've been living in FL since 1996. I'm married to a southern
charmer David Stone (those of you who met him at the reunion
know what I mean). We have 2 beautiful children, Hannah 9 and
Jackson 6. I work full time as a business analyst for a global
IT company but my passion is photography. I'm branching out
and hoping to turn my hobby into a side business. You can find
me on Facebook for recent updates and I hope to see you at the
Michelle Gillespie Brown, Hi everyone, What a great site. Life is good. Dean and I have been married 18 years in July!! We have two boys, 15 and a freshman at CHS and a 13 year old. Time flies when you're having fun! firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm alive and kicking in Calais. Tammy and I have 3 children now, Kendra is 8, Heath is 4 and
the baby Reese is 3. Anyone who wants to get in touch email is email@example.com.
Old Town, ME. Hi everyone-Remember me, the new kid in town? I enrolled at
CHS in 1982. It doesn't seem possible that we have been out of H.S. for
twenty years. Well a lot has changed since the days at CHS. I have been
married to my High School sweetheart Susan Peterpaul for 19 years. We have
moved around a lot and have one child, Matt, who just left the nest and
moved in with his uncle in Tennessee. I was hired at Bath Iron Works in 1987
and was employed till 1992 when we moved to East Tennessee. We moved back to
Maine in 1997 and I work in Bangor as a Welder/Fabricator. My wife, Susan
works as a secretary/title clerk in Brewer. I do value all your friendships
even though I wasn't at CHS very long. I look forward to seeing you all at
our 20th. reunion. This will be my first reunion. firstname.lastname@example.org Michael Lee.
I was a student in Calais until ~1974, when I was 9 we moved west to Oregon. Just stumbled
across the site, checked in on the class of '83 since that
would have been my class. If you remember me or what to
contact me, please do so. Take care.
Charlie Hinkel, Old Town, ME. Hi everyone-Remember me, the new kid in town? I enrolled at CHS in 1982. It doesn't seem possible that we have been out of H.S. for twenty years. Well a lot has changed since the days at CHS. I have been married to my High School sweetheart Susan Peterpaul for 19 years. We have moved around a lot and have one child, Matt, who just left the nest and moved in with his uncle in Tennessee. I was hired at Bath Iron Works in 1987 and was employed till 1992 when we moved to East Tennessee. We moved back to Maine in 1997 and I work in Bangor as a Welder/Fabricator. My wife, Susan works as a secretary/title clerk in Brewer. I do value all your friendships even though I wasn't at CHS very long. I look forward to seeing you all at our 20th. reunion. This will be my first reunion. email@example.com
Michael Lee. I was a student in Calais until ~1974, when I was 9 we moved west to Oregon. Just stumbled across the site, checked in on the class of '83 since that would have been my class. If you remember me or what to contact me, please do so. Take firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeri Reynolds Hill, Oak Harbor, WA. I am currently living in Washington State with my husband of 25 years, Roy Hill (class of 78). We have three children, Ashley is 24 and lives here in Oak Harbor currently working for an Investment company, Leroy is 22 and lives in Seattle, he is a full time college student and is working for a boat builder here on the Island, Felicia is 21 and lives in Vancouver WA., about 5 hours from us, she is a manager for a restaurant and will be returning to school in the fall. I have been working with Autistic children for the past 15 years and am currently a Vision Assistant/ Braille Transcriber at one of the local elementary schools working 1:1 with an Autistic/Blind student. Roy retired from the Navy after 26 years of Service, and is the Electrical Supervisor for a local Boat building company. We thought that we might retire in Maine but we just recently had our dream home built on 5 acres. We will eventually get back to Calais but until then we look forward to hearing from any of you... please write. email@example.com 072708
Linda Seelye Winchester, Calais ME. Hi everyone!! I can't believe we have been out for 20 years!! We are much too young for that. I still live in Calais with my two children. I would love to hear from some of our classmates and my friends that I have lost touch with. Hope to see you all in the summer!! firstname.lastname@example.org
Art Stevens, Ossipee Lake, Waterboro, ME. Thought I'd update my last entry made 6 years ago. I'm in Waterboro Maine with my wife Lisa, Daughters Kristen and Lindsay. Still with Coastal Enterprises, been with them for 16 years. Still banging on the drums, now with "The Local 109". Had a great time at our 25th this past summer. Maybe someone could post some pictures here?! email@example.com,
Susan Thornton Wallace. Hi there. Just surfing around and found this spot. Well, oh course I married Randy Wallace and still living in Crawford. We have 2 boys, Travis age 15 and a freshmen at ole CHS and Chris age 13 and a 7th grader at Alexander Elem. School. We both are very involved with our boys and enjoying every minute of it. Would love to hear from anybody. firstname.lastname@example.org
Kevin James Barnard, 52, lost his battle with cancer on Friday, November 24, 2017 at his home with his loving family by his side. Kevin was born in Calais on April 25, 1965, son of Maurice Barnard Sr. and Rose Corbett. Kevin loved his work in Washington County as a service technician for Dead River Oil Company. He was an avid bowler at the St. Croix Bowling club and enjoyed competing in the Eastern Maine Bowling Tournament for many years. Kevin was predeceased by his father, Maurice Barnard Sr. of Calais; step-father Lou Corbett of Machias; and his mother-in-law Lorraine Holmes of St. Stephen, NB. Surviving are his mother, Rose Corbett of Machias; father-in-law Allison Holmes of St. Andrews, NB; his loving wife of 34 years, Jillaine Barnard of Calais; his children, James Barnard and wife Tania of Baileyville, Keri Barnard and companion Brent Lyons of Robbinston, and Josh Barnard and wife Sierra of Detroit; his siblings, Karen and Bruce Bradford, Dan and Eleta Barnard, Jeff and Tari Barnard, Steven Barnard, Maurice Jr. and Kathy Barnard, and Ron Barnard; brother-in-law Stephen and Rosemary Holmes; sister-in-law Julianne and Marvin Higgins; his five beloved grandchildren, Rayna Barnard, Ethan Barnard, Shawn Lyons, Jordon Barnard and Luca Barnard; his dear friends, Philip and Karyn Flood and Krystal and Nathan Mooer’s; several nieces and nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles, co-workers and friends. A graveside service will be held 2 p.m. Sunday, December 3, 2017 at Calais Cemetery. A celebration of Kevin’s life will be held after at the St. Croix Bowling Club on Main St. in Calais. In lieu of flowers, donations in Kevin’s memory may be made to Sarah’s House of Maine, 346 Main St., Holden, ME 04429, or a charity of one’s choice. Arrangements by Mays Funeral Home, Calais & Eastport. [Provided by Heather Ross.]Johnston, 47, of Chester, NH died Tuesday, October 23, 2012 surrounded by his loving family at Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, MA from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. He was born on August 6, 1965 in Calais, ME, a son of Ellen G. Tucker and the late William B. Johnston. He was a resident of Chester for 12 years, formerly of Hampstead, NH and a longtime resident of Cheshire, CT. Bill was a graduate of Calais High School, Calais, ME then attended the University of Maine. He was the Owner of Allied Clearwater in Kingston, NH, a family business he started to establish a legacy to pass on to future generations. He was passionate about his work, devoted to his company and proud to be an active member of his community. He was a Harley Davidson and John Deere tractor enthusiast. Bill was a very giving, generous, straight forward person. His only regret is not having the chance to travel the world with his loving wife Michele. He will be sadly missed by all who knew him, including his weimaraners Jake, Haley and Kimber. In addition to his mother of St. John, New Brunswick, Canada, he is also survived by his devoted wife of 30 years, Michele (Smith) Johnston of Chester, his four beloved children, Aaron Johnston and his wife Kali, Ryan Johnston, and twin son and daughter, William Alexander Johnston and Camryn Elizabeth Johnston, all of Chester, one amazing granddaughter, Mackenzie Rose Johnston who will miss her grandpapa, one brother, Joshua Johnston of Nevada and many aunts, uncles and cousins. [Peabody Funeral Home]
Warren Matthew Lewey, 45, died unexpectedly Wednesday, May 27, 2010. Matt was born Sept. 5, 1964, in Chicago, son of Harold and Dorris (Hoffner) Lewey. He graduated from Calais High School and received his bachelor's degree and master's degree from Granite State University, New Hampshire. Matt owned and operated Coastal Environmental, Bangor, and worked for Indian Township Tribal Government with economic development. Most recently he was a manager of Creative Apparel. Matt enjoyed fishing, canoeing, playing guitar and spending time with his family and friends, especially his children. He was predeceased by his mother, Dorris Lewey; paternal grandparents, Athion and Delia (Mitchell) Lewey; and his maternal grandmother, Maggie Socoby. Surviving are his father, Harold Lewey of Indian Township; his fiancee, Rosalie Stevens of Indian Township; four children, Shane and Aneea Lewey of Indian Township, Heidi Vey of Bangor and Veronica of Canada; two sisters, Martha Lewey and her husband, Joseph Pilon, of Prescott, Ariz., and Cheyenne Lewey of Indian Township; and a brother, Gordon Newell of Baileyville. Visiting hours will begin 10 a.m. Sunday, May 30, until 9 a.m. Tuesday, June 1, at Elderly Meal Site, Route 1, Indian Township. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Ann's R.C. Church, Peter Dana Point, with Father James Plourde, presiding. Arrangements by Mays Funeral Home, Calais and Eastport. Condolences and memories may be shared at www.maysfuneralhome.com. [Published in Bangor Daily News on May 29, 2010. Provided by Sharon Howland.]Edward E. Seeley, 47, passed away unexpectedly Feb. 11, 2013 at a Florida hospital. He was born March 7, 1965, in Calais, to Grant and Barbara (Allen) Seeley. Ed was known for his sense of humor and always finding ways to make those around him laugh. He graduated from Calais High School in 1983 and served in the U.S. Air Force from 1985 -1989. For the next 23 years Ed worked at Washington County Community College. In the summer months he worked for the Town of Robbinston maintaining the cemeteries and grounds at Robbinston Grade School and the Robbinston Fire Station. Ed spent several winters for Mingo's Evergreen. Some also know Ed as coach, for the many years he spent coaching youth basketball and softball. Most importantly, he dedicated his life to raising his two children. He enjoyed sharing their accomplishments with anyone who had a willing ear. Edward spent his final days on vacation with his wife, Diane in Orlando, Fla., enjoying the local attractions and visiting family. Edward is survived by his beloved wife, Diane of Perry; children, Stephanie Seeley and companion, Taylor Bishop, of Newburgh, Andrew Seeley of Robbinston; father, Grant Seeley and wife, Anna, of Robbinston; father-in-law, Clinton Hayward of Waterville; mother-in-law, Jean Hayward of Calais; sisters, Cheryl Mahar and husband, Jerry, of Robbinston, Laurel Perkins and husband, Dean, of Baring, Elizabeth Merrill and husband, Robert, of Robbinston, Christine Seeley and companion, Denise Hopkins, of Fort Myers, Fla.; brothers-in-law, Tom Hayward and wife, Nokomis, of Calais, Clinton Hayward and wife, Shelley, of Sidney; several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and one great-nephew. Ed will be especially missed by his canine companion, his little buddy Finnigan. Edward was predeceased by mother, Barbara (Allen) Seeley. A celebration of his life will take place 2 p.m. March 2, at Washington County Community College. Ed will be truly missed by all who knew him. [Published in BDN Maine on February 19, 2013. Sharon Howland]
Carol Ann Stone Eagan, 50, passed away February 20, 2016 at Calais Regional Hospital following a courageous battle with cancer. Carol was born in Calais on April 26, 1965, daughter of the late Louis and Janice (Call) Stone. She graduated from Calais High School, Class of 1983, and attended Washington County Vocational Technical Institute where she majored in Secretarial Studies. Carol worked for the City of Calais as the tax, water, sewer collector until 1989. At that time, she worked briefly for Lane Construction in the office, Shop-n-Save, and Subway, until beginning at Treworgy Pharmacy as a Pharmacy Tech where she worked until her illness. She was a member of Orion Chapter #45 Order of the Eastern Star in Calais. In addition to her parents, Carol was predeceased by her husband Christopher Eagan; sister Dawn Moraisey; and her grandparents, Lewis and Rosena Stone, and Francis and Fern Call. Surviving are her husband Scott Walton of Pembroke; mother-in-law Carmella Walton of Calais; two half-sisters, Tina Stone Perkins of Baring, and Crystal Stone McPhee of Calais; sister-in-law and brother-in-law Teresa and Cressey Brazier of Calais; and several nieces and nephew. In keeping with Carol’s wishes, there will be no services. Arrangements by Mays Funeral Home, Calais & Eastport. [Provided by Heather Ross.]
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