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CLASS NOTES
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Rev. Bob Jones ('49)
was made minis-
ter emeritus of Wilmot United Church,
Fredericton, NB, in Jun. '12. He has served
as a staff member of Wilmot United
Church since '99. Bob and his wife Johanne
reside in Fredericton.
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Arthur M. Lutz (BComm '57)
has retired
after 30 years on the Court of Queen's Bench
of Alberta, the Court of Appeal of Alberta,
and as deputy judge of the Supreme Court
of Yukon, the Supreme Court of the North
West Territories, and the Nunavut Court
of Justice.

The
class executive of '58 and '59
have
decided to have a joint reunion in
'13 (May 10-12). You will be receiving
information either by e-mail or by snail
mail about this in early Jan. '13. Hope to
see you then!
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The Honourable
Barbara (Oliver) Hager-
man ('65)
has completed her term as lieu-
tenant-governor of Prince Edward Island.
She served from '06 to '11. She and husband
Nelson are now residing in Stratford, PEI.
Her "retirement" includes some music fes-
tival adjudicating and acting as vice-presi-
dent of the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation
of Canada, PEI Branch. Future plans include
travelling and visits with her grandchildren
in Ontario and BC.
Murray Baillie ('69)
was recently recog-
nized by Canadian Blood Services for giv-
ing 75 donations of blood during his life-
time. He writes, "My first blood donation
was given during the fall of '66 when I was
a freshman at Mount A. The clinic was held
in Beethoven Hall. Unfortunately, I did not
listen carefully enough to the instructions
and fainted. In the years to come, I did not
make that mistake again."
Shirley (Robinson) Pearman ('62)
has
been made a member of the British
Empire (MBE) by the Queen for her service
to teaching and the arts. Pearman's award
was announced as part of the Queen's
Birthday Honours List this year. She taught
in Bermuda for 35 years before retiring
in 1997. Since her retirement she has put
her time into promoting and developing
Bermuda's arts and crafts as well as its
cultural heritage.
Sweet little Sackville
on the marsh.
Music, interesting
people, conversation,
little shops with nice stuff,
good food, and a feeling
everything's going to be okay.
Bring us your boredom,
we'll trash it for free.
The Cultural Crossroads of the Maritimes
1-800-249-2020
www.sackville.com
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