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Peter Hanson
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2018-01-20 18:30:06
Paul Harrington
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Paul I attended the University of Vermont and received a degree in geology. For a number of years, I had a land surveying/land planning business. In 1986, I was elected to the Vermont House of Representatives where I served three terms representing Calais, Middlesex and Worcester. In 1992 I was appointed by Governor Dean to the newly created Health Care Authority Board where I worked with Stan Lane and later I served as Deputy Commissioner of the Dept of Labor. From 1996 to 2002, I served as the health policy director for the US Senate Committee on Health & Education, chaired by Senator James Jeffords. And from 2002 to 2015, I served as the Executive Vice President of the Vermont Medical Society. I feel very fortunate in my life experiences, my relationships and my good health. The Montpelier area has been a wonderful place to live and it is a very nurturing community. Since my wife passed away in 2015, I have been doing quite a lot of traveling, both in the US and overseas. Probably the highlight was a Scandinavian trip that took me to Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Iceland. I found the topography of Norway to be very similar to that of Vermont. While in Oslo, I spent time with Halward OeYE who attended MHS as an AFS student. USMC & VTANG VT Dept of Forests and Parks Retired in December of 2017. In the spring of 2017, the Vermont General Assembly passed HCR 164 honoring my public policy career. I was quoted by US Supreme Court Justice Breyer in his dissent on Sorrell v. IMS. I married Elaine Keen in 1972 and she passed away in 2015 after 43 years of marriage. In June, I married Nancy Forsythe who is a lovely woman currently working as a couples therapist in Hanover, New Hampshire. I have two daughters: Rebecca who graduated from Dartmouth College and works as a geologist in Fort Worth, Texas and Rachel who graduated from Parsons School of Design and owns a clothing store in Provincetown on Cape Cod. Rachel has two sons: Nico and Xanti. My two sisters Ann Nelson and Harriet Johnson both live in Montpelier and my brother Dr. Robert Harrington lives in New Hampshire. Hiking, swimming, sailing, skiing, jogging and bicycling. 2018-05-16 14:00:03
Gale Slayton (Harris)
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Helen Gail Slayton I continued to sing and performed in various Vermont dance bands, and original music bands for about 30 years. I also worked as a landscaper, was married several times, am now divorced, and have one grown son. I got a job working at Brandon Training School for Developmentally Disabled Individuals. It was a hard job, and I soon decided it wasn't for me. Have done quite a few trips around the Eastern side of the country and Canada. Went to Paris, France in 2000, and one trip to California. Taught myself much about music, and now am realizing every day is an education! My revelations have to do primarily with understanding how to deal with my seizure disorder, and still live a full life. I was born in Knoxville, Tennessee, have lived most of my life in Central Vermont, with a short time in Atlanta, Georgia, and a short time in New Hampshire. None Brandon Training School semi-retired, rent apartments on my farm property I would say cutting a record with the band Nightingale was big for me, playing at the Green Mountain Opry, going back to school at 35 and getting to study psychology and writing, two other passions. Raising a wonderful human being. Not at the moment-I lost my partner in 2014 to cancer. Michael Murdock was my partner, both musically and in life. We met through playing music. I have one child, Clancy Harris. He is 29. No grandchildren. I'm lucky to come from a family of artists, musicians, writers, and people who worked the land.I also feel lucky to have a family who loves and is kind to each other. We are thinkers and dreamers! I love to garden, sing, write, and do crafting. I love to work on my perennial beds in summer, walk in winter, and just stay active. I loved chorus and collegium musicum. I was a horrible student for the most part, and was happy to find that college was a different experience for me than high school had been. I learned as much as any teacher than could teach me from Paul Anderson, the music director. Also, though he would probably be surprised to know, Mr. Rocchio helped me gain confidence in myself, and Miss Silsby, bless her, taught me as much as anyone could about biology. Mr. Brooks I liked a lot, although I had no aptitude for the classes I took with him. Thank you all. Be happier than I was, and feel smarter than I did. I finally did get happy, and decided I'm smart enough, so I can check those off my list! I would like to go back to Paris again, if I can stand to fly now. I appreciate the chance to participate in this way, as I don't know if I'll make the actual reunion. I thank the hard working people who made this book and the reunion happen. 2018-01-11 19:44:57
Loretta Hayden
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2017-09-12 09:56:15
Margaret Herring
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Deborah Hill
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Alan Holmes
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James Hopkins
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Judy Hopkins
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John Hovey
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2017-09-12 09:56:14
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