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Victoria Washburn (Barney)
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Vicky Got married. Worked for the Vermont Environmental Agency for 40 years. Retired at 58 and have done some fun odd jobs. Got divorced and have been in a wonderful 6 year relationship. Vermont! Have travelled throughout US. Three children and 6 beautiful granddaughters ages 9 to 19. Life is full. Life is good. Blessed and thankful for each memory and each day. 2018-05-08 08:53:31
Dennis Benjamin
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2017-09-12 09:56:11
Anita Beverina
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2017-09-12 09:56:08
Ellin Blouin (Bisson)
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Ellin Blouin Perfecting marriage, 3rd time is the charm Worked at various jobs, the last one a 17 year stint at the Montpelier Housing Authority. Woodbury College, Counseling & Human Relations All Vermont: Montpelier,Stowe, Roxbury,Barre National Life Retired 2017-12-19 17:57:58
Cary Blanchard
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2017-09-12 09:56:10
Robert Bliss
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2018-01-20 18:29:28
Greg Boardman
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Greg Boardman Continued on at universities in NH and ME and then joined the Civil and Envr. Engr. faculty at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State Univ (more commonly referred to now as Virginia Tech, VT), directly after graduation. Since then, my life has been all about family, teaching/research, and students. Retired in 2017, but now working part time at VT. Nothing very exciting to report. I have had an opportunity to travel for projects, conferences, etc., which was a nice aspect of being a professor. BSCE and MSCE at the U. of New Hampshire; PhD in Civil Engr. at the U. of Maine. Envr. Engr. Professor at VT from 1976-2017; now Professor Emeritus. I would rank trips to Australia, Nova Scotia, Scotland, England and France among my favorites, but then again, there are many great places in the US; e.g., it is hard to beat walking on the beach at the Isle of Palms. New Hampshire, Maine, Virginia, South Carolina no Faculty member at VT, my first and last full time position Professor Emeritus; working part time to complete remaining projects A few awards for outreach/service from the University and various professional societies Prof Engr. (P.E.), Diplomat of Envr. Engr. (DEE) and of Water Resource Engr. (D.WRE); Fellow of the Amer. Soc. of Civil Engr. (F.ASCE) Married to Gail Bedell for 16 years, divorced, and then married Shelley Mitchell. Shelley and I have been married for 30+ years now. Shelley was a divorcee with one child. She was an admin assistant for a company in Blacksburg, VA (home of VT). After we married, she tried her hand at a series of part time jobs. She enjoyed being a librarian the most. We have a blended family. I had three, Shelley had one, and then we had one...all girls...very exciting years (I should probably change my answer above). Four are spread along the east coast from SC to MD, and one is in CO. We are at 9 grandchildren and counting. No hobbies yet, but I have 'my eye' on golf, fishing and exercising. Somehow, the years rushed by before I could develop a passion for some hobby. However, I did thoroughly enjoy watching my girls participate in various sports for many years. I even did some coaching for AAU and recreation league teams (softball and basketball). Lots of vivid memories, good and bad, but the ones that often creep into my dreams about HS are related to some failed play in sports... I then realize how fortunate I am because these are trivial memories when compared to the loss of loved ones, what happens in war, etc. The subjects that served me best in the career I chose were related to math and science. I'd therefore want to acknowledge those at the HS who taught those subjects. However, I was more concerned about sports at the time, so the HS coaches and my teammates made the biggest impact on me. Frankly, I was too immature at the time to fully appreciate how important all the people and relationships were to me. I've since come to realize how precious those HS years and people were/are. Well, if I was to have a do-over, I'd be more open with people. I've come to realize that when you internalize something out of frustration or shyness, it does not always come out right. I try to now let people know when I appreciate them and/or their efforts. Note that I grew up in VT and then worked at another VT. I like to keep things simple! Thank you, reunion team, for all your efforts! I've enjoyed reading about our classmates' lives. I hope more will soon send their entries. 2018-05-18 12:16:32
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Jonathan (Jon) Bouton
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Jon 1 year in Kiel, Germany, living with Michael Beseler's(MHS '67) family; UVM, BS. Forest Resource Management; Employed by VT Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation for 42 years until retirement; Married with 2 kids for 43 years. Volunteering locally. Liking it! I was fortunate to have been born here and lived here in Vermont, mostly in southeastern VT, Saxtons River, Taftsville(Woodstock), Norwich and now outside White River Junction(Hartford) No Summer job tending Christmas tree research projects Pensioner, volunteer and occasional free agent. I am so lucky to have been Windsor County Forester as Laurance and Mary Rockefeller donated what was to become Marsh Billings Rockefeller National Historical Park, "the only National Park to tell the story of conservation history and the evolving nature of land stewardship in America." In 2011 I received the 20-state Northeastern Area Outstanding Cooperative Forest Management Forester of the Year award, in part for collaborating with the National Park Service and other partners to develop and start implementing the first forest management plan for a National Park at Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park. Judi Simon-Bouton and I met at UVM and have been married since 1975. Judi worked her entire career helping children learn as a classroom teacher, art in the schools coordinator, enrichment coordinator and reading specialist. Retired she loves quilting and has a stash big enough to insulate our basement. Liza, 34, lives and works in Cambridge, MA. She loves traveling abroad. Micah, 33 lives and works nearby. He and Emily have 3 children, Joey, 11, Bella, 7 and Jon, 3 who are teaching about children one more time. Mom lives in Shelburne. Sister Peggy married Morgan Irons' brother Paul and lives in Berlin. Brother Tim and Barb Torian live in New Haven so we all made Vermont home. Messing around with canoes, from vintage wood canvas models to an ultralight kevlar single. And, after more than 40 years as a professional forester, it is still hard to beat a good off-trail walk in the woods looking for stories. After high school, I had no interest in returning to Montpelier. Now, with a 50 year perspective, I'm very interested in meeting you again. 2018-07-06 22:06:03
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Pamela Bowman
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2018-01-27 17:33:57
Patricia Brear
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2018-06-10 10:40:42
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