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Degree at the University of Missouri, he then returned to Maine where he and Shirley (Bond) Groves were married in 1955. Together they raised a daughter and three sons. Over the years, they lived in.
Mary's Regional Medical Center in Lewiston, Maine. She was born in St. John, New Brunswick, on Aug. 15, 1945, to Louis Joseph and Harriett H. Horton LaCroix. She attended school in Calais and graduated from Calais High School in 1963.
He started his career as principal of Calais Academy, then served at Coburn Classical Academy in Waterville for ten years, before going on to the the University of Chicago High School.
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She was born on June 22, 1920, in Milford, Connecticut, to Murriel and Cora (Valentine) Kelso. She graduated from Live Oaks High School, in Live Oaks, Fl. in 1938. She was recruited out of high school to work as a house mother for Dowling Park.
She received a master's of education from the University of Maine and taught for many years in the Calais, Brewer and Fort Fairfield, Maine, school systems. Survivors include a nephew, Peter Fisher, a niece, Cathy Graffam, three grandnieces and a great-grandniece.
Please share a memory of Richard with the family in the online guest book at m. Note: Mr Groves was PE teacher, Varsity basketball coach, and English Teacher at CMHS during the fifties leaving in 1957.
Charlie has been described as "fast afoot, courageous and bold" during his refereeing career. He enjoyed lobster fishing and spent many hours on the water with close friends, Louis Bernardini and Bob Black.
Charlie enjoyed sports, he was a volunteer referee at the recreation center and also officiated many high school games. He refereed for 25 years, averaging at times 40 games per season and officiated at 11 Eastern Maine Championships in Bangor and one state final.
St. Croix Courier - Apr 13, 1961 p. 4 Provided by Sharon Howland. Ernest D. Jackman Principal High School 1914, died 2/1963. Franklin W. Johnson, Professor, Department of Education, Columbia University.