1970s

Updated 3/31/2014 -

Mark DeNies ’70 will be retiring on June 30 after 42 years of working as a physical therapist in many different settings.

Patty (Davis) Lambert ’71 plays wooden flute, silver flute, whistle, and concertina in Callanish, a traditional Irish band. In March 2013, the band released their fourth CD, “The Hare’s Paw,” which was funded via a Kickstarter campaign and can be previewed at callanishband.com.

Brenda (Baines) Grady ’73 was elected to the New Hampshire House of Representatives. She represents the town of Merrimack.

Cheryl (Hutchins) McComish ’74 began her teaching career in the fall of 1974 in North Woodstock, NH. In over 40 years of work in the education field, she has seen a lot of changes. Her experiences have been in elementary and middle school grades, among multiple states. Cheryl has taught hundreds of children to read, and is currently employed as a Reading Specialist in the Wake County Public Schools of Raleigh, NC. She has been married for 37 years to her wonderful husband, Dave, and she has two daughters and five grandchildren.

Mark Phelan ’74 celebrated 20 years of ownership of the Hungry Horse Café in Rye. Retirement is getting closer and Mark is looking forward to no more 70 hour work weeks and lots more hiking and skiing.

Jane (Bryant) Provencher ’74 retired in June and is currently working part-time as a Title 1 consultant for the NHDOE in the North Country. She also tutors two days a week at the Community Bible Academy in Berlin and loves every minute of her job.

Barbara (Page) Stone ’74 has retired after many years as a Director in several child care programs. Working with young children is Barbara’s passion, and she is now blessed to be sitting for my two beautiful grandchildren, Nova and Robert.

Shirley Burns ’75 retired from teaching and administration in the special education field on July 1, 2013 while residing in Oregon for 36 years. Shirley relocated to Buffalo, New York, to be near her in-laws as well as a short drive away from her family in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

Kerri-Ann Black-Deegan ’79 ’99G is a Certified Public Accountant at her own firm, which she founded in 1984 in Montpelier VT. She is married to Ed Deegan, and has four sons.

Updated 8/14/2013 -

David Barry ’71 has been elected into the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association Hall of Fame.

Lee (Richman) Nelson ’72 is retiring after thirty-five years of teaching various grades K-3 in NH, VT, and VA.

Brenda (Baines) Grady ’73 has been elected to the New Hampshire House of Representatives. She represents the town of Merrimack.

Bill Bunker ’76 is director of northeast operations for Genji, Inc. and Mai Cuisine, where he oversees sixty locations from Maine to New Jersey. He manages a team of seven district managers and is responsible for retail food and restaurant venues.

Melanie (Hayes) Devoid ’76 received her Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction in Technology in May 2013 from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona with superior honors. She is recently retired from over thirty years of teaching, ten of them in Vermont.

Larry Kontos ’77 is looking forward to hosting the 37th gathering of PSC musicians, friends, and family in Campton NH later this year.

Kevin LaFond ’77 is the vice president – finance, chief accounting officer and treasurer and principal financial officer at ZIOPHARM Oncology, Inc.

Paul Hogan ’79 ’88G was presented with the 2012-2013 Garth Pleasant Honorary USCAA Athletic Director of the Year Award.

Suzanne (Bradley) Lull ’79 is the principal of the Rye (NH) Elementary School.

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.

 

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