Updated 12/10/2014 -
David Minickiello ’64 was inducted into the New Hampshire Athletic Association Hall of Fame in the Coach category,” in recognition of his outstanding contributions to high school athletics in New Hampshire”.
Updated 5/13/2014 -
Claira (Pirozzi) Monier ’62 will be teaching a course at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Granite State College on New Hampshire Politics in the fall of 2014.
Updated 4/23/2014 -
Phyllis (Houle) Hanley ’62 retired in 2000 and since then has pursued legal secretarial work in Denver, CO, was a substitute teacher in Littleton, NH, and has enjoyed spending time with her eight grandchildren.
Barbara (Cartier) Shaw ’64, ’80G was reelected for a third term as alderman for Ward 9 in Manchester, NH, and is serving her seventh term as representative to the NH House from the same district.
Updated 3/31/2014 -
Charles Duke ’62 retired after 51 years in public education. Charles served for the last 18 years as dean of the Reich College of Education at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. Charles remains in Boone and is an active volunteer with the local humane society, and maintains four overlooks along the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Robert Koson ’65 retired in 2006 and moved to Tennessee in 2007. Robert is traveling, fly fishing, woodworking, and enjoying life.
Wesley Colby ’66, ’71G and his wife, Gayle, celebrated their 34th wedding anniversary in August 2013.
Warren Tomkiewicz ’66 retired as professor of Natural Science after teaching for more than 25 years at Plymouth State. He taught courses in Earth system science, environmental science, ocean studies, science education, and action research; was the science advisor for PSU’s Center for the Environment and meteorology graduate programs; and was former chair in the Environmental Science and Policy Department.
Lorilee Fish ’68 retired from the post of recreation and parks director in Mansfield, MA, after a 26-year career. She is credited with starting many traditions in the department, including the town’s annual Great Duck Race.
James Hamilton ’69 retired in 2013 after finishing a business process improvement and technology selection engagement at Nova Southeastern University. James was self-employed as an independent management consultant
Updated 8/14/2013 -
Claira Monier ’62 is a recipient of the 2013 Granite State Legacy Award.
Wesley Colby ’66 ’71G retired from the state of NH in May 2012. He then moved to Hendersonville, NC in June 2012, and is loving the location and making lots of new friends. He and his wife Gayle will celebrate their 34th anniversary in August of 2013.