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Peter Fleury
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Donald Fordham
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Susan Fresolo
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Susan NEVER Long story! I've lived in five different states: Vermont, Connecticut, Florida (1980-1991) & again in 2014 to present, Idaho & the Jersey Shore (it should be it's own separate state LOL) I've embraced the experience & become a much more worldly person & created a world outside the VT box. With all the moves in between, VERMONT is still "My Home" in my heart because there is no place like it. My sister Pamela/Pam, MHS Class of 1977 & I moved to Florida together in 1980. I stayed for 12 years & then returned in 2014. We still go through our VT homesick period from Thanksgiving to New Year's Day missing the cold & the snow! I do love the lifestyle in Florida & where else can I live with my 20+ white shorts & Capri pants collection & need to be near large bodies of water? National Life Insurance Company 1968-1969, Paier College of Art, Inc.1969-1973. Went back to college part time at age 50 & completed courses at Community College of VT, 7 Non-Degree credits in Web Design & Management & Advanced Art. Worked many years in the Advertising/Marketing/Creative Services Industry including 3 positions at different times for the Times Argus: Classified Sales Artist, Account Executive & Web Design Artist over the span of 25 years, Tampa Tribune: 5 1/2 years Creative Service Artist (Best Job EVER!), Fort Pierce/Port ST Lucie Tribune: Creative Service Director. 7 years in the Ski Industry: Sugarbush Resort: Front Desk Service, Ski Racing International, Inc.: Classified Sales Manager, Sun Valley Co (Resort) ID: Communications Coordinator & Assistant to the Marketing & PR Director & Graphic Artist for 31 departments! Talk about multi-tasking! Made a career change to healthcare, not by choice but by circumstances which lead me to become a Psychiatric Technician for the VT State Hospital followed by Home Health Aide (NJ), Charge Master Med-Surg at CVMC & Intake Coordinator for the Brattleboro Retreat & BCBS VCC (VT Cooperative Care) program. Since moving back to Florida in 2014, I worked on "Fifth Avenue" in Naples in retail, back in the Tampa area doing home health for an agency and work with my fiance, Frankie for LegalShield providing administrative support. My passion,of course, is to return to my long awaited journey & become the artist I was always destined to be before life got in my way! I am so grateful that I had the opportunity to travel & live in such diverse states. I place such high value on the friendships that I have, some since grade school, high school, college, my co-peeps & bosses at various jobs & yes, even Match.com as I was on & off the site for 12 years in 3 different states. Yikes! Even though I didn't find my perfect match, I treasure my life long friendships with these amazing men as they have enlightened my world. PS: Match.com - you OWE ME!. Montpelier, VT, Hamden, New Haven & West Hartford, CT 1969-1974, Tampa, FL 1980-1990, Vero Beach, FL 1990-1991, Warren & Waitsfield, VT, Ketchum, Sun Valley & Elkhorn Resort, ID 1995-1998, Bradley Beach, Belmar, Sea Girt, NJ (Jersey Shore) 2008-2010, Naples then Lutz (N Tampa), FL - 2014 to present No Mail Room National Life Insurance Company Administrative Support & Home Health Compassionate, Resilient, Resourceful & An Expert at Survival! I met Frankie Prima III on June 24, 2017 & we got engaged December 24, 2017. How did we meet? NOT on Match.com LOL! I accepted a sub job for 2 weekends for his Mom. Frankie is a handsome Catholic Italian & charismatic man from New Orleans, LA & moved to Tampa 4 yrs ago to help care for her. Ms Lucille passed away unexpectedly on May 24,2018. She was an artist & named "Folk Artist" by Louisiana Folk Life Program. She painted beautiful porcelain Mardi Gras masks & made hundreds of kissing canes for the Italian Marching Club in LA. Frankie is a cousin to the late Louie Prima Sr (& Louie Prima Jr) who was an Italian singer, actor, songwriter, band leader "New Orleans Gang" & trumpeter. He wrote "I Wan'na Be Like You" for The Jungle Book & was the voice of the orangutan, King Louie! Frankie is an Independent Associate/Small Business Specialist for LegalShield & Aliera. He is the proud father of Rev Frank J Prima IV (NY), & stepson, Christian (TX), his son Michael & stepdaughter, Lisa are deceased. Unfortunately, no. A huge void in my life. It has been very difficult to be in a social setting where conversations are always about someone's children, grandchildren and it is difficult to offer anything to those conversations. It's just easier for me to walk away. My love that I would have had for my own children has been given to my wonderful nieces & great niece & so many of my sisters' & nieces' friends. I also mentor Catholic high school female students in the Life Teen program at my church, ST Timothy's. My Mom went to MHS but at 17, she decided to go to nursing school at Heaton Hospital. She never completed nursing school but worked at Heaton Hospital for over 30 years as a Nurses Aide later on in her life. She met my handsome Italian pilot father from the Boston area at the old Miss Montpelier Diner, they dated for 1 year & got married, she being 18 & my Dad was 35! My Dad had a son by his 1st marriage, Robert who graduated from Norwich University. Mom & Dad soon started their own family of future MHS graduates: Cecile - 1963, Michael - 1966, Susan - 1968, Pamela - 1977, Janell - 1980, Lisa - 1984. Lisa's 2 daughters are also MHS Graduates: Amber 2002 & Kaley 2006, now Kaley's daughter Ava will be our future grad in 2025!!! Swimming Outdoors! Cultural Events, Art Related Events, Music & Dancing, Traveling & The BEACH!!! Trying to get on the cheerleading squad. Gym teachers, Miss Mills & Miss Hancock were not fair judges so I didn't make squad until my Junior year. It taught me that life isn't fair but you can't give up on your dreams. I consider myself a perpetual cheerleader of life & I will always root for the underdog! I loved watching my brother Mike play sports & was so proud of him in every way & very proud to be his little sister. I also tried to get to my sister Pam's games to watch her & the other majorettes (Gwen Fenno, Mary Beth Chisolm, Lori Grout). I went to Amber & Kaley's field hockey games. Janell's daughter, Emma Jane went to her Dad's alma mater, Randolph Uniion HS but I was very proud of her athletic ability in lacrosse making the varsity team in her freshman year. Emma graduated in 2015 so Pam & I flew up to be there for this special family moment. We so wished Janell & her Uncle Mike had lived to see Emma graduate. She graduated from Community College in 2017 & is attending Johnson ST College. MHS: Edward Pelkey, Peter Beck & Mr Anderson. They loved to teach & were so positive in helping to develop our young & impressionable minds! Paier College of Art, Inc.: We had the most amazing teachers in the world of art & the benefit of being taught by Yale Professors was priceless: Dean Ken Davies: Illustrator, Trompe-l'oil Painter, Wild Turkey Bourbon Artist, US Postal Service Artist (Pharmacy) 8 cent stamp! Deane Keller: Prolific Portrait Painter, Captain US 5th Army, one of the "Monuments Men" Leonard Fischer: Children's Book Illustrator, US Postal Service Artist (Legend of Sleepy Hollow) 10 cent stamp! John Massimino: Fine Arts, Watercolor & Oil Painter Learn how to ski which I did finally when I worked for Sugarbush Resort after moving back to Vermont from Vero Beach in 1991. I told myself, now or never! I could finally say, "Yes, I'm from Vermont AND I SKI!" I also had a goal of skiing Bald Mountain (Baldy) 9150' in Sun Valley on my 49th birthday & I did it! Yeah, me! I learned at the very young age of 19 to NEVER take anyone or anything for granted beginning with the tragic death of our beloved classmate, Robin Farnham in the spring of 1969 followed by the horrific accident stateside & passing of my own wonderful brother, Sgt Michael J Fresolo, Jr, USAF 17 days after his accident on July 4, 1969. It took me about 15 years to be able to go outside & look at the fireworks. My heart was broken losing my brother who was my best friend. Praying that my family & I would never have to endure that excruciating pain again was not answered. We went through 5 years of Janell's cancer when, after being in remission for 4 years, it returned with a vengeance & she passed away January 29, 2008 leaving all of us, her husband Mark & beautiful 10 year old daughter, Emma devastated and lost. Through my own personal experiences, I have been able to reach out & help others through their grieving process. I remember running out to HomeGoods while Janell was getting chemo & when we left her Doctor's office, this wooden sign was waiting for her in my car: "Everyday Is A Gift". Yes, it is. Remind yourselves if you forget.... 2018-07-22 21:27:04
Michael Freund
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John Froebig
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John A book's worth of military, traveling, business ownership, family and some crazy things I have never regretted. Went Straight into the Air Force. Working with both the Army & Marines. Traveled throughout the world on mostly Uncle Sam's dime and a little of mine. All of Europe, Mediterranean, North Africa, parts of Asia, parts of Central & South America (via 1966 Volvo PV544), British Columbia, St Petersburg & Moscow Russia, and all 50 states. Besides Vermont, New York, Texas, Arkansas, Florida & Wyoming. 4 Military Employed/Retired/Employed/Retired/Employed/Retired/Employed Opening a Music Store that competed with the largest chain of its kind and inflicting $$ pain to their profits. Presently not. Son LJ 34 Daughter Kelsey 26 Granddaughter Jenna 8 Grandaughter Maddison 8 Grandson Danny 10 Chocolate Lab JD 8 1/2 Just your normal everyday American Family. Vinyl Album collector of 10867. Restoration of Antique Furniture, Cars, Motorcycles. 1)Staying one step ahead of Mr. Cohn. 2)Carrying the coffin I made in wood shop down the hall with a stuffed monkey inside. 3) Watching with pleasure as the postal service could not figure out why 3 of their programs locked. Mr Beck for telling me to quit screwing around and start using my talents. I think I was able to accomplish all I wanted, and that was have fun & graduate. I completed my Bucket List before it was called a Bucket List. And as I have said forever & a day...."Life is an Adventure....Live it!" 2018-07-07 22:12:02
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Robert Funk
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Cynthia Garand
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Dorothy Garand
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Steven Garback
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Steve 30 years as a Construction Engineer, Superintendent or Production Manager on many types of projects, mostly in the western US. I would generally work from April until December, then retire to Bozeman for a winter of school at MSU, skiing at Bridger Bowl and part-time bartending. Graduated from MSU in 1983 with a BA in Construction Engineering and returned to CO to work for a division of Phelps, Inc., for 8 years, following assignments around the country. Returned to MT to work for a bridge contractor; built bridges for Yellowstone and Glacier parks, lots of other projects (ask him for details!). Moved to Pony (population 100 +/-) in 1990. Immediately after high school I spent 2 years at UVM (Theatre and Geology), there till 1970. While at UVM I worked for Project Construction lighting concerts in Memorial Auditorium & Gutterson Field House. I lit all the Lane Series varied programs for nearly 2 years, until sometime in 1970. Met lots of interesting people in the course of events and it paid well too. Summers I batched for Kelley Concrete. Living in Colorado gave me lots of time to visit Anasazi at ruin sites in the Four Corners area & hike. I "collected" many National Parks and various primitive hot springs in ID, MT, CO and WY throughout the years. New Mexico, Colorado, Montana, Wyoming, plus many other places for work. Project Construction, lighting tech Retired. My favorite work was always precast concrete or structural steel erection of bridges and buildings - working with big cranes. I am proudest of the fact that, in 30 years as a superintendent, I had no lost-time accidents on my projects. Until right up to and on the very last day I worked, when an embankment collapsed after we set the last piece of a large box culvert, and I broke MY leg. It REALLY was to be my LAST day on the job, but turned into 3 months of crutching round the house, wondering why I had been standing where I wouldn't have let anyone else stand...So I did some rehab and then I retired. My wife's name is Patricia, she is from Miles City, MT; Patti has a degree in Design from MSU. I met her at Karl Marx Pizza in Bozeman long ago so we have known each other for nearly 40 years. We were married in Virginia City, MT, in 2006. Patti's son Cooper (36, in Bozeman) & his wife and two children. Plus 1 Corgi (Beck), 2 tabby cats. Gardening (Patti has a Master Gardener degree) & putting up our produce, raising Black Australorp chickens, fishing, floating, checking out old mineworks and mills; shoveling/mowing (I have contracts for the last two with the local Post Office), raking (thinking of turning my skills into a curling career). Pony is short on amenities so we make our own fun. The pictures I sent (see website Photo Album) are only good for enticing friends and relatives off the beaten path to visit us (we have a bar, a church, a P.O., small store, school, our small wine cellar, I guess everything you really need. Okay, I was lying about the wine cellar, it's just a large cooler). Located an hour away from Butte & Bozeman, 90 minutes from Yellowstone. In the middle of 3 Blue Ribbon trout fisheries. Lots of outdoor activities besides floating and skiing - hunting, hiking, fishing, etc. We have a short summer jammed full of concerts, music festivals, art walks, farmers markets...just like anyplace, but you drive farther. 2018-07-17 00:33:28
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