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11/4/2013 Class Member Mary (Webber) Scott Passes
SANFORD, Maine — Mary Frances (Webber) Scott, 70, formerly of Rye, N.H., passed away Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013, after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease.
Mary was born Sept. 15, 1943,
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8/8/2013 Class Member Thomas A. Collins Passes
DOVER — Thomas A. Collins, 70, passed away on Monday, May 20, 2013, at the VA Medical Center in Manchester.
Born in Portsmouth on April 21, 1943, he was the son of Cornelius and Earleen (Bi
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12/7/2012 Class Member Philip W. Morton Passes
MILTON, Vt. — Philip W. (Phil) Morton died peacefully Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012, at his home in the presence of his loving family.
He was born Jan. 5, 1943 in Rye, N.H., the son of William
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Much has happened since graduation. I enlisted in the USMC and became a paratrooper. After that I went to UNH and graduated in 1970 with a BS degree. I got married and then attended UCONN School of Social Work in West Hartford, Conn. I graduated in 1972 and worked in Conn for a couple of years. Our first child, a boy, was born in Conn. We moved to NH where I worked at Strafford Guidance Center for several years. While in Dover we welcomed our second child, a girl. I had a private clinical social work practice for a while prior to employment for the State of NH. I worked at Laconia State School, at Public Health, Special Medical Services with chronically ill children and their families, and finally at the Division of Elderly and Adult Services. I ended employment as a Long Term Care Ombudsman and retired after 24 1/2 years. Concurrently I taught adult learners in the Behavioral Science curriculum at the College for Lifelong Learning. I also supervised graduate social work students from UCONN School of Social Work, NNE Branch and the University of New England School of Social Work. Throughout my life I struggled with just what my true sex identity was. Since the age of three I dreamed of being a girl, but kept quiet about it due to negative consequences. It had been a secret all my life. As I grew older, I realized that I have never really lived the life I dreamed of. Little by little I sought some way to realize my dream. It cost me my marriage, the love of two of my siblings, my children, and my professional reputation. But I persevered and learned that it was indeed possible to become my true self. After several years of learning, therapy, and support by physicians and surgeons, I successfully transitioned from male to female. During my transition I lectured at colleges and universities, churches, schools, seminars and workshops, and conferences up and down the East Coast and in Ohio and Indiana. I have written numerous articles and have been published in magazines, newsletters, and books. My work is also on the internet. (Lisa M. Hartley, ACSW-DCSW) I retired to Florida where I enjoy being warm and playing golf. I have won the Clearwater Ladies Club Championship two times and have won 14 tournaments in the West Coast Women's Golf Association.(I was Bill Schirmer)
Update 12/9/12: Hi YA'll! Just won the ladies club championship at Clearwater Country Club for the third time!!
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