Legislative record house appendix



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Sergeant Nicholas A. St. Amand, of Lisbon, who has returned home after 12 months of active duty with the 133rd Combat Engineering Battalion stationed in Iraq. We commend Sgt. St. Amand for his exemplary performance and bravery. We join the citizens throughout the State in welcoming Sgt. St. Amand home and in extending our appreciation to him for his commitment to the United States military; (HLS 409)

Specialist William Bartman, of Smyrna, who has returned home after 13 months of active duty with the 1-152nd Field Artillery Forward Division stationed in Iraq. We join the citizens throughout the State in welcoming SPC Bartman home and in extending our appreciation to him for his commitment to the United States military; (HLS 410)

Specialist Ralph Bartman, of Smyrna, who has returned home after 13 months of active duty with the 1-152nd Field Artillery Forward Division stationed in Iraq. We join the citizens throughout the State in welcoming SPC Bartman home and in extending our appreciation to him for his commitment to the United States military; (HLS 411)

Specialist Richard Mayberry, of Smyrna, who has returned home after 13 months of active duty with the 1-152nd Field Artillery Forward Division stationed in Iraq. We join the citizens throughout the State in welcoming SPC Mayberry home and in extending our appreciation to him for his commitment to the United States military; (HLS 412)

Specialist Steven Beaulieu, of New Limerick, who has returned home after 13 months of active duty with the 1-152nd Field Artillery Forward Division stationed in Iraq. We join the citizens throughout the State in welcoming SPC Beaulieu home and in extending our appreciation to him for his commitment to the United States military; (HLS 413)

Specialist Michael P. MacArthur, of Crystal, who has returned home after 13 months of active duty with the 1-152nd Field Artillery Forward Division stationed in Iraq. We join the citizens throughout the State in welcoming SPC MacArthur home and in extending our appreciation to him for his commitment to the United States military; (HLS 414)

Specialist Scott Horton, of Sherman Station, who has returned home after 13 months of active duty with the 1-152nd Field Artillery Forward Division stationed in Iraq. We join the citizens throughout the State in welcoming SPC Horton home and in extending our appreciation to him for his commitment to the United States military; (HLS 415)

Specialist Charles Heath, of Sherman Station, who has returned home after 13 months of active duty with the 1-152nd Field Artillery Forward Division stationed in Iraq. We join the citizens throughout the State in welcoming SPC Heath home and in extending our appreciation to him for his commitment to the United States military; (HLS 416)

Sergeant Calvin Bishop, of New Limerick, who has returned home after 13 months of active duty with the 1-152nd Field Artillery Forward Division stationed in Iraq. We join the citizens throughout the State in welcoming SGT Bishop home and in extending our appreciation to him for his commitment to the United States military; (HLS 417)

Sergeant Richard Schmidt III, of New Patten, who has returned home after 13 months of active duty with the 1-152nd Field Artillery Forward Division stationed in Iraq. We join the citizens throughout the State in welcoming SGT Schmidt home and in extending our appreciation to him for his commitment to the United States military; (HLS 418)

Specialist Mark D. Chapman, of Lisbon, who has returned home after 12 months of active duty with the 133rd Combat Engineering Battalion stationed in Iraq. We commend Spc. Chapman for his exemplary performance and bravery. We join the citizens throughout the State in welcoming Spc. Chapman home and in extending our appreciation to him for his commitment to the United States military; (HLS 419)

Specialist Joseph D. Schreiber, of Lisbon, who has returned home after 12 months of active duty with the 133rd Combat Engineering Battalion stationed in Iraq. We commend Spc. Schreiber for his exemplary performance and bravery. We join the citizens throughout the State in welcoming Spc. Schreiber home and in extending our appreciation to him for his commitment to the United States military; (HLS 420)

Roy A. Quint, a beloved resident of Hodgdon. Mr. Quint was a veteran of World War II, serving in Europe alongside 3 of his 4 brothers. He returned from the war and married Maxine, who was his wife for 57 years. Of the 5th generation to live in Hodgdon, he raised his own family in the house in which he was born. He served his community and family as a potato farmer and due to his successful and extensive knowledge of farming, the Quint Farm is still doing well under his son, Randy. We acknowledge his dedication to his family, his community, his State and Nation, and we join with his family in celebrating his life. He will be greatly missed by his loving family and many friends; (IN MEMORIAM) (HLS 421)

Sarah Warner, of Winthrop, for winning the Central Region 6th-grade essay contest of the Maine Space Grant Consortium. Sarah attends the Winthrop Middle School in Winthrop, and her First Prize essay permits her to attend Space Camp in Alabama courtesy of the consortium. We send Sarah our congratulations on her winning essay and our best wishes on her future endeavors; (HLS 422)

Wayne Knapp, of New Vineyard, on his retirement after 29 years as a teacher at Mt. Abram High School. We extend our appreciation to Mr. Knapp for his dedicated commitment to the youth of the State and wish him the best in his future endeavors; (HLS 423)

John Nichols, of Oquossoc, on his retirement after 18 years as a teacher at Stratton Elementary School. We extend our appreciation to Mr. Nichols for his dedicated commitment to the youth of the State and wish him the best in his future endeavors; (HLS 424)

Lois Barker, of Strong, on her retirement after 17 years as a teacher at Kingfield Elementary School. We extend our appreciation to Ms. Barker for her dedicated commitment to the youth of the State and wish her the best in her future endeavors; (HLS 425)

Brian Dodge, of Strong, on his retirement after 30 years as a teacher at Mt. Abram High School. We extend our appreciation to Mr. Dodge for his dedicated commitment to the youth of the State and wish him well in his future endeavors; (HLS 426)

Jeffrey Wells, Sr., of Farmington, on his retirement after 15 years as a teacher at Strong Elementary School. We extend our appreciation to Mr. Wells for his dedicated commitment to the youth of the State and wish him well in his future endeavors; (HLS 427)

the members of the Hampden Academy Boys Cross-country Team, who won the 2004 Eastern Maine Class B Championship: Ben Bouchard, Kevin Brown, Mike Brown, Evan Farley, Simon Hanson, Craig Harrison, Dan MacLean, Aaron McCollough and Chris Peverada and coach Richard Balentine. We extend our congratulations to the team and extend our best wishes to them for future successes; (HLS 428)

the following members of the Hampden Academy Mock Trial Team, who won the 2004 State High School Mock Trial Competitions: Lauren Hartz, John White, Jennifer Swalec, Amy Dumont, Morgan Silva, Scott Simpson, Katie Lawler, Caroline Samp, Becca Workman, Sam Dow, Peter Herrick, Paige Clifton, Lauren Sturdivant, Stefanie Veneziano, Sophie Kelmenson, Lauren Swalec, Sam Wood, Kaylie Reese, Zach Boyd, Kristina King, Logan Deane, Jessi Hackett and Rachel Lawler; coaches William Devoe and James McCarthy and faculty advisor Kathryn King. The team continues its display of superior performance and understanding of courtroom procedures as this was their fourth triumph in the last 5 years. We extend our congratulations and best wishes to the team's 23 members as they go on to represent Maine at the National Mock Trial Competitions in May in Charlotte, North Carolina; (HLS 429)

the following members of the Hampden Academy Boys Soccer Team, who won the 2004 Eastern Maine Class A State Championship: Peter Alexander, Trevor Campbell, Bennett Chabot, Andre Cushing, Patrick Deighan, Sam Dow, Martin Earley, Scott Hiller, Nattapong Kongsuriya, Joshua McNutt, Matthew Pierce, Jeffrey Prymowicz, Alex Reynolds, Jirapong Sankla, William Shannon, Max Silver, J Uhrin and Keith Zanardi and coach Ryan Shaw. We extend our congratulations to the team and extend our best wishes to them for future successes; (HLS 430)

the following members of the Hampden Academy Boys Basketball Team, who won the 2005 Class A State Championship: Nate Aurelio, Jordan Cook, Brad Evans, Evan Farley, Sam Hodgdon, Daniel McCue, Josh McNutt, Blaine Meehan, Pat Moran, Tyler Ross, Max Silver and J Uhrin and coach Russ Bartlett. This is the team's first state title. We extend our congratulations to the team and extend our best wishes to them for future successes; (HLS 431)

Virginia Williams, of Gorham, on the occasion of her 90th birthday, February 15, 2005. We extend our congratulations to her on this very special occasion; (HLS 432)

the members of the Dexter Regional High School Boys Basketball Team, who won the Class C Eastern Maine Championship. Members of the team are: Aaron Woodman, Brad Lavin, Nick Peirce, Eric Day, Matt Murray, Mark Pullen, Sam Bowers, Chris Rabideau, Brandon Woodman, Craig Sylvester, Adam Eastman, Ryan Martin, Tim McCarthy, Steve Robinson and Ben Spizuoco and coaches Peter Murray and Gary Williams and managers Rebecca Fick, Mindy Harding, Tim Lary, Shari Nickerson and Ashley Watson. All the team members are to be commended for their efforts and hours of dedication. We wish them continued success in the years to come; (HLS 433)

the members of the Dexter Regional High School Girls Basketball Team, who won the Class C Eastern Maine Championship. Members of the team are: Mallory Ames, Chelsie Chambers, Nikki Chapman, Tracy Mountain, Nicci Burton, Meagan Fogarty, Sabrina Cote, Lindsay Burton, Vanessa Hartford, Brandi Alton, Katie Poirier, Megan Clukey and Ashley Ames and coach Jody Grant, assistant coach Lloyd Connors, managers Holly Malo, Alicia Marquis and Katie Day. All the team members are to be commended for their efforts and hours of dedication. We wish them continued success in the years to come; (HLS 434)

Ashley Ames, of Dexter, a senior at Dexter Regional High School, in recognition of her career basketball scoring record of 1,690 points. As a team member of the Dexter Lady Tigers, Ashley displayed not only her superior basketball skills but her remarkable leadership abilities on and off the court. Her hours of dedication to the sport and to her team are to be commended and we wish her continued success in the years to come; (HLS 435)

Chloe Taub, daughter of Jeffrey and Valerie Taub of Castine, for winning the Midcoast Region 6th-grade essay contest of the Maine Space Grant Consortium. Chloe attends the Adams School in Castine and her First Prize essay on Mars permits her to attend Space Camp in Alabama courtesy of the Maine Space Grant Consortium. We send Chloe our congratulations on her winning essay and our best wishes on her future endeavors; (HLS 436)

the following members of the John Bapst Memorial High School Chess Team, upon their winning the Maine State High School Championship for all classes, with a perfect 4-0 record: Brian Rand of Orrington, Joseph Lawlor of Holden, Ben Aramal of Carmel, Josh Andrews of Levant, Colin Campbell of Orrington, Conor Campbell of Orrington, David Jones of Orrington, Frank Kessler of Amherst, Ray Solinger of Eddington, Kevin Townsend of Orono, Jordon Trundy of Clifton, Murray Bridges of Amherst, Zack LaPierre of Milford, Matt Verosloff of Levant and Fritz Eyerer of Newburgh. In addition, the school's reserve team won the reserve state title for all classes. We extend our congratulations to all the members of the team on their achievements; (HLS 437)

Adam Craig, of Corinth, one of the top competitors in the National Off-Road Biking Association, finishing in 2nd Place in the time trial, 26th in the short-track race and 5th in the cross-country event and who now ranks 11th overall in the professional mountain biking circuit. We send him our congratulations on his accomplishments and extend our best wishes on his upcoming races in Belgium, Spain, Germany and Quebec; (HLS 438)

the Ronel J. Dubois Insurance Agency, of Sanford, on its 50th anniversary. Three generations of the Dubois family have served the residents and businesses of Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Mr. Dubois started as an insurance agent with the Mapes Insurance Agency in 1950. In 1952, Mr. Dubois purchased a half interest in the business, and in 1955 he purchased the company and changed its name to Ronel J. Dubois Agency. In 1968, Robert W. Dubois joined his father in the business, and in 2003 his daughter Michele Dubois joined the business. We extend our congratulations to the agency on this special occasion and wish it many more years of success; (HLS 439)

the following members of the Sanford High School Girls Basketball Team, who are runners-up in the 2005 Class A State Basketball Western Maine Regional Championship Western State Basketball Championship: Kayla Plante, Kym Hamilton, Alycia Laferte, Ashley Jean, Coleen Kumka, Celina Alexandre, Karyn Plante, Lauren L'Heureux, Beth Fredette, Ruthie Briggs, Kayla Parker, Stephanie LaFrance, Kayla Winsor and Marissa Laferte; coach Kristy Parent; and assistant coaches Nate Mann, Kendra Brown and Tracy Lizotte. We extend our congratulations to the team on its 15-5 season; (HLS 440)

the Sanford News on its 25th anniversary. Sanford's "Only Hometown Paper" started as a broadsheet with 8 columns but has undergone many changes in design and content during the last 25 years. The paper has been recognized by the New England Press Association, the New England Newspaper Association and the Maine Press Association for writing, photography and general excellence. We extend our congratulations to the newspaper and its crew: Ellen Todd, Mitar Khalsa, John Cochin, Ann Fisher, Paul Dietterle, Lynne Dolan-Richard, Ej Hersom, Donna Bourque and owner George Foster and family and wish them many more years of service to the residents of Sanford; (HLS 441)

Specialist William Kolreg, of Oakland, who has returned home after 13 months of active duty with the 1-152nd Field Artillery Forward Division stationed in Iraq. SPC Kolreg served as a detainee prison guard at the Abu Ghraib prison, performed other security missions and provided military escort on many convoys in the Baghdad area. We commend SPC Kolreg for his exemplary performance and bravery. We join the citizens throughout the State in welcoming SPC Kolreg home and in extending our appreciation to him for his commitment to the United States military; (HLS 442)

Staff Sergeant Kimberly Elaine Jordan, of Dover-Foxcroft, who has returned home from active duty with the 619th Transportation Army Reserve Unit stationed in Iraq. We are blessed with generations of men and women like Staff Sergeant Jordan who have stepped forward to fight for the security of this nation so that we might continue to enjoy the privileges of liberty and freedom. We join the citizens throughout the State in welcoming Staff Sergeant Jordan home and in extending our appreciation to her for her commitment to the United States military; (HLS 443)

Staff Sergeant Darrell Lee Spaulding, of Sangerville, who has returned home from active duty with the 619th Transportation Army Reserve Unit stationed in Iraq. We are blessed with generations of men and women like Staff Sergeant Spaulding who have stepped forward to fight for the security of this nation so that we might continue to enjoy the privileges of liberty and freedom. We join the citizens throughout the State in welcoming Staff Sergeant Spaulding home and in extending our appreciation to him for his commitment to the United States military; (HLS 444)

Sergeant Jeffrey Grivois, of Oakland, who has returned home after 13 months of active duty with the 1-152nd Field Artillery Forward Division stationed in Iraq. SGT Grivois served as a detainee prison guard at the Abu Ghraib prison, performed other security missions and provided military escort on many convoys in the Baghdad area. We commend SGT Grivois for his exemplary performance and bravery. We join the citizens throughout the State in welcoming SGT Grivois home and in extending our appreciation to him for his commitment to the United States military; (HLS 445)

Specialist Joseph Dorval, of Oakland, who has returned home after 13 months of active duty with the 1-152nd Field Artillery Forward Division stationed in Iraq. SPC Dorval served as a detainee prison guard at the Abu Ghraib prison, performed other security missions and provided military escort on many convoys in the Baghdad area. We commend SPC Dorval for his exemplary performance and bravery. We join the citizens throughout the State in welcoming SPC Dorval home and in extending our appreciation to him for his commitment to the United States military; (HLS 446)

Private First Class Matthew Proulx, of Oakland, who has returned home after 13 months of active duty with the 1-152nd Field Artillery Forward Division stationed in Iraq. PFC Proulx served as a detainee prison guard at the Abu Ghraib prison, performed other security missions and provided military escort on many convoys in the Baghdad area. We commend PFC Proulx for his exemplary performance and bravery. We join the citizens throughout the State in welcoming PFC Proulx home and in extending our appreciation to him for his commitment to the United States military; (HLS 447)

Helen Dannells Wentworth, of Acton, on her 100th Birthday, March 31, 2005. Mrs. Wentworth was born in Newfield and married Norman Wentworth in 1929. Married for 62 years, Helen and Norman raised 3 children and she has 4 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. She started her 63-year teaching career in one-room schoolhouses at Young's Ridge and Fox's Ridge schools in Acton. Mrs. Wentworth is an active member of the Acton Congregational Church and the Acton-Shapleigh Historical Society and a lifetime member of the Rebekah Lodge. Her priorities in life have always been family, church and school. We extend our congratulations to Mrs. Wentworth and join her many friends and her loving family to offer our best wishes on the centennial celebration of her life; (HLS 448)

the centennial anniversary of the Calais Rotary Club and the 80th anniversary of the international relationship between the Calais Club and the St. Stephen Rotary Club of New Brunswick. Rotary, the first community-based service organization, was formed in Chicago on February 23, 1905. It is now a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders that provides humanitarian service, encourages high ethical standards in all vocations and helps build goodwill and peace throughout the world. Approximately 1.2 million Rotarians belong to more than 31,000 Rotary clubs located in 166 countries. Among the Rotary clubs, the Calais Club and the St. Stephen Club are unusual in that the values shared between the neighboring clubs are shared over an international border. We congratulate the Calais Rotary Club for its 100 years of service to our communities, our State and to international communities and extend our best wishes to the club; (HLS 449)

Staff Sergeant Michael Severance, formerly of Lee and San Angelo, Texas. Staff Sergeant Severance served with the 317th Airlift Unit with the Air Force and was stationed in Iraq. We honor his memory and commend his bravery and allegiance to the United States and extend our condolences to his family; (IN MEMORIAM) (HLS 450)

Thomas Welch, of Hancock, upon the occasion of his departure as Chair of the Maine Public Utilities Commission after 12 years of service to the people of Maine. Educated in Philadelphia, he was a graduate of Stanford University and Harvard Law School. He served as Assistant Professor at Villanova School of Law from 1978 to 1979 and from 1982 to 1991 served the Bell Atlantic Company, rising to the post of General Attorney in Washington, D.C. From 1991 to 1993, he served the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as Chief Deputy Attorney General for Antitrust. Appointed as Chair of the Maine Public Utilities Commission by Governor McKernan in 1993, he was reappointed by Governor King in 1999. Chairman Welch's tenure included the era of the greatest changes in the history of Maine's traditional utilities, marking the transition from monopoly to competition, enduring recessions and rising costs and encompassing the deregulation and restructuring of Maine's electrical industry, competition in telecommunications, consolidation of Maine's E-9-1-1 system, increased consumer education and energy conservation and creation of Maine's pioneering Schools and Libraries Fund to extend Internet access to all our communities. To such complex challenges in such difficult times Chairman Welch brought intelligence and grace, patience and diligence. His efforts will benefit the 21st-century citizens of Maine, the "Pine Tree State"; (HLS 451)

Marty Pike, of Farmington, on his retirement after over 25 years of doing business in Farmington. Mr. Pike bought K & J Sports, originally Ferrari Brothers, in 1980. It is one of the oldest businesses in Farmington, tracing its roots back 110 years. We extend our congratulations to Mr. Pike on his retirement and we send him our best wishes on all his future endeavors; (HLS 452)

the Maine Troop Greeters, of Bangor, on the occasion of their 1,000th flight of troops greeted at Bangor International Airport. The greeters have welcomed 180,000 troops as they travel to and from harm's way. Their actions have comforted the young men and women of our armed forces and have brought great credit to Maine and the Bangor region. The greeters include: the Daniels family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rideout, Russ Treadwell, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cushing, Bill Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Ron and Evelyn Bradman, Don Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. Don and Gloria Guptil, Bud Tower, Al Dall, Joanne Black, Francis Zelz, Wayne Desjardins, Dee Winthrop Denning, Mr. and Mrs. John Buckingham, Mr. and Mrs. John Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hardin, Norm Rossignol, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Reynolds, Pat Kelley, Harold Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Buzzell, Katherine Lebowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Banker, Rick Bradeen, Maxine Doucette, Joan Gaudett, Deb Bickford, Dwight Cressey, Don Mattson, Bill Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Joliat, Jerry Mundy, Donna Sorkin, Gordon Warren, Carol Ann Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eckert and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Drew. We send them our appreciation for their efforts to comfort the troops and we send them our best wishes; (HLS 453)

Sergeant Darren MeHuren, of Brooks, who has returned home after 14 months of active duty with the 133rd Engineer Combat Battalion, Company A stationed in Iraq. While in Iraq, the 133rd Company A built schools and municipal buildings and constructed new roads. The unit carries the lineage of the "Twentieth Maine" and the great American Civil War hero Colonel Joshua Chamberlain. We are blessed with generations of men and women like Sergeant MeHuren who have stepped forward to fight for the security of this nation so that we might continue to enjoy the privileges of liberty and freedom. We join the citizens throughout the State in welcoming Sergeant MeHuren home and in extending our appreciation to him for his commitment to the United States Military; (HLS 454)

Staff Sergeant Wayne Manning, of Brooks, who has returned home after 14 months of active duty with the 133rd Engineer Combat Battalion, Headquarters Support Company stationed in Iraq. While in Iraq, the 133rd Headquarters Support Company provided specialty support to the battalion's subordinate units, which include Battalion Staff, the Command Headquarters and a Direct Support Maintenance Platoon plus an Equipment Platoon. The unit carries the lineage of the "Twentieth Maine" and the great American Civil War hero Colonel Joshua Chamberlain. We are blessed with generations of men and women like Staff Sergeant Manning who have stepped forward to fight for the security of this nation so that we might continue to enjoy the privileges of liberty and freedom. We join the citizens throughout the State in welcoming Staff Sergeant Manning home and in extending our appreciation to him for his commitment to the United States Military; (HLS 455)



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