Burkina Faso, Kenya, Malaysia, Nepal, Niger
By Erica Burman on Sunday, September 18th, 2011
Coleman Donaldson has received a Fulbright scholarship to study linguistics in France. He is currently attending Boston University.
Terrell Jones (84-86) recently became the new director of the health department in Lee County, North Carolina. Prior to this position, he worked for 13 years as the program manager for the Discharge Elimination Program under the North Carolina Department of Environment and National Resources within the Division of Environmental Health. Jones has also served as health director for Jones County, worked for the North Carolina Shellfish Sanitation Branch of the Division of Environmental Health in Wilmington and was a registered environmental health specialist for Chatham County.
Richard Tillotson is the author of “Acts of God While on Vacation,” a novel that fuses his knowledge of hotels in Waikiki, Hawaii, and snippets of his own personal experiences.
Richard Adkins (85-88) is one of seven recipients of the True Professionals Award from the International Society of Arboriculture. He has more than 30 years in forestry in a variety of positions around the world and has been an ISA-certified arborist for 12 years. This award recognizes industry professionals who have demonstrated achievement in a professional setting by cultivating meaningful relationships with clients, participating in successful initiatives in community education and offering unique contributions to the profession.
Ron Dube (64-66) has just released his book “Nashua Area Men & Women in WWII,” a collection of personal triumphs and tragedies of servicemen and women in and near Nashua, New Hampshire. Dube is a retired schoolteacher and part-time journalist. He received his bachelor’s degree at the University of New Hampshire and his master’s degree from Rivier College.