Updated – 4/2/2013 -
|Susan (Monica) Mollohan ’75 was married in 2011 to Steven Mollohan, between them they have seven children. Four years ago she was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, each year, her husband and her ride in the New England Parkinson’s ride in Old Orchard Beach Maine. The ride’s proceeds go to the Michael J. Fox Foundation.|
Updated – 3/20/2013 -
Chuck Lenahan ’70, ’76G, head football coach at Plymouth (NH) Regional High School, will be inducted into the 2013 National High School Hall of Fame. Chuck is the winningest football coach in New Hampshire history, compiling a 345-69-1 record, including 13 undefeated seasons, over 43 years at PRHS.
Christine (Mason) Swanson ’72 and her husband, Peter, produced a feature documentary film, “Let There Be Light,” that won the Best of the Festival Award at the Washington DC Independent Film Festival.
John Clark ’71, ’73G, director of athletics at Plymouth State and a founding father of the Little East Conference, was inducted into the inaugural Little East Conference Hall of Fame. John currently serves as the president of the Little East Athletic Directors Council.
Mike McKinley ’73 presented Andersonville: 26 Acres of Hell, a program about the conditions and experiences of POWs at the Civil War-era military prison, at the Sanbornton (NH) Historical Society.
Kevin Johnson ’74, ’92G was named associate director for school leadership and masters studies at the Upper Valley Educators Institute in Lebanon, NH.
Updated – 11/28/2012 -
Angela (Verone) Koenig ’75 was elected president of Soroptimist International, Central Jersey Coast region. The organization works to improve the lives of women and girls in local communities and throughout the world.
Updated 10/16/2012 -
Carmen (Boisvert) Young ’70 retired as a special education administrator from the Oyster River (NH) School District in 2008. Carmen works part-time as a faculty advisor/regional mentor for Granite State College’s post-baccalaureate teacher certification program.
Updated – 9/13/2012 -
Linda (Hersom) Nylund ’74 joined Homemakers Health Service, a NH-based home health agency, as its community outreach coordinator.
Marty Brown ’77 retired from his position as athletic director and boy’s basketball coach at Kearsarge (NH) High School and is now living in Florida.
Nancy (Brison) Fraher ’77 is running for state senate for district 17 in New Hampshire.
Michael Moffett ’78, ’89G co-authored Fahim Speaks: A Warrior-Actor’s Odyssey from Afghanistan to Hollywood and Back with Fahim Fazli.
Carole (Behan) Berry ’79 is an administrative manager in the Dean’s Office of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of New Hampshire.
Updated – 8/23/2012 -
Donna (Foote) Wall ’70 is a medical coding analyst at Lakes Region General Hospital in Laconia, NH.
Susan Rowan ’77 is the York County community development director for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Maine. Prior to this position, she served for 12 years as the executive director of Maine Cancer Foundation. Susan launched Beech Hill Consulting, a firm focused on guiding organizational growth, in 2011.
Updated – 8/8/2012 -
Bernard “Bernie” McCarthy ’71, ’74G was elected president of the 180-member Rotary Club of Springfield, MO.
Louise (Samaha) McCormack ’72 received the Meritorious Achievement Award from the New Hampshire Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance at the 2012 NH “ED”ies Award Ceremony. Louise is a professor in Plymouth State’s Department of Health and Human Performance.
Michael Chadwick ’74, ’82G is in his ninth year as principal of the Passamaquoddy Indian School on the coast of Downeast Maine.
Nancy Badger ’75 has published seven books in romantic fiction. One of her works, Dragon In The Mist, was selected as a 2012 Readers Choice Award Winner in the Silken Sands Self-Published STARS Contest.
Bradley Nash ’75 retired after more than 25 years as a licensed clinical mental health counselor. He now enjoys playing golf as often as possible.
Pamela (Stamnas) Brown ’76 was awarded the 2011 HR Hero Award from the River Valley Human Resources Association, an organization that represents human resources professionals in the private and public sector of the Connecticut River Valley of VT and NH.
Steven Enman ’76 has retired from teaching at Berlin (NH) Junior High School after 34 years. Steve taught PE and health to students in grades 5-8, coached various sports, and served as the athletic director and intramural sports director for many years. Steve and his wife, Melinda, raised three boys and run a small farm in Milan, NH.
Leslie (Woodman) Parish ’76 is a litigation support assistant with Fleming, Nolen & Jez, LLP, in Houston, TX. She serves as the South Texas regional membership coordinator for the Association of Concert Bands and is the president of the Cy-Fair Community Band.
Nancy (Brison) Fraher ’77 retired after 35 years at Moore Elementary School in Candia, NH. Nancy noted that Donna (Bohle) Stevens ’77 will be retiring from the same school after 37 years of teaching.
Mary Heath ’78, ’89G received the 2012 Dennise Maslakowski Education Award from PSU’s College of Graduate Studies at the 2012 NH “ED”ies Award Ceremony. Mary, the former deputy commissioner for the NH Department of Education, most recently served as dean of the School of Education at SNHU, and retired in February 2012.
Ingrid Nelson-Stefl ’79 notes that her kids (an 18-year old daughter and a son in the seventh grade) are her life, but she still works part-time as a psychotherapist, plays on a women’s over-30 soccer league, and is a lector at church.
Update – 6/21/2012 -
Michael Chadwick ’74 is in his 9th year as principal of the Passamaquoddy Indian School.
Update – 5/14/2012 -
Pamela (Stamnas) Brown ’76 was awarded the 2011 HR Hero Award from the River Valley HR Association.
Updated – 1/27/2012 -
Gale (Woodworth) Heine ’73 sells ads for Golfer’s Directory’s across the United States out of Delray Beach Florida. She and Gary Heine were married in August of 2009.
Patricia (McDonald) Watts ’77 left her orthodontic office manager job and now works part time at UNH, hoping to spend more time with her family, which includes 3 grandsons.
Wilburn Stone ’77 retired to Alabama after 35 years with Electric Boat, General Dynamics where he was the supervisor of planning and material.