Peter Floyd Otto, March 12, 2018

Peter Floyd Otto, March 12, 2018

  Peter F. Otto, 66, of Andover, NH passed away on Monday, March 12, 2018. Peter was born on February 27, 1952 in Concord, NH to Floyd F. Otto Jr. and Therese (LeBrun) Otto. An attendee of Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Peter was the third generation owner of Concord Photo Engraving, Inc. He […]

Betty A. (Miller) Dickerman, March 16, 2018

New London, NH – Betty A. (Miller) Dickerman, 91, died March 16, 2018 at Merrimack County Healthcare following a period of declining health.   She was born in East Andover, NH on January 24, 1927, the daughter of Arthur and Beatrice (McKeage) Andrews. Betty attended the Dyer’s Crossing  School in East Andover and graduated from Andover […]

Robert Erskine Hamilton, Jr., February 5, 2018

Robert E. Hamilton, Jr. “We are, all of us, molded and remolded by those who have loved us; and though the presence of their love may pass, we remain none-the-less their work – a work which they very likely do not recognize and one which is never exactly what they intended. No love and no […]

Dennis Carl Stevens, March 8, 2018

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Dennis Carl Stevens, March 8, 2018

Dennis Carl Stevens ( August 29, 1954 – March 08, 2018 ) Sutton, NH-Dennis Carl Stevens, 63, of Chalk Pond Road, died on March 8, 2018 at the White River Junction VA. Born on August 29, 1954, Dennis graduated from Merrimack Valley High School.  He served in Korea in the US Army from 1974-1976. Dennis […]

Marcia Jane Stevens, 3/10/18

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Marcia Jane Stevens ( March 10, 1957 – March 10, 2018 ) Marcia Jane Stevens, 61, of Andover NH passed away on Saturday March 10th at Franklin Regional Hospital in Franklin NH. She was born in Concord, MA, daughter to the late Helen and Stanley Osborn Jr. She graduated Acton-Boxboro Regional HS 1975, University of […]

Andover’s John Hodgson Writes Biography of Richard Potter

Potter was "most famous person of his day"

By Steve Foley

Close up of the cover of Richard Potter, America’s First Black Celebrity, a biography of an African American who resided in Andover in the early 1800’s.If you did not grow up in Andover, or maybe if you did, you might wonder why the northern section of Andover, with the historic railway station, is referred to […]

Christine Couturier and Samuel Yarin Engaged

Paul and Barbara Couturier of Newton, Massachusetts are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Christine Couturier to Samuel Yarin, son of Robert and Carolyn Yarin of Agoura Hills, California. Christine, a graduate of The George Washington University, is a speech language pathologist at a private practice in Santa Monica, California. Samuel graduated from […]

Charles Schiess Graduates From Maine Maritime Academy

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Wilmot Flat resident, Charles Schiess has graduated from the Maine Maritime Academy in Castine, Maine with a degree in Vessel Operations and Technology. This program prepares students for careers aboard tugs and barges, ferries, passenger vessels, tall ships, and mega-yachts. Maine Maritime Academy is a co-educational, public college on the coast of Maine offering 22 […]

David Henry Holcomb

February 13, 2018

David Henry Holcomb

David Henry Holcomb, 86, of Manchester, loving husband of Elaine (Duncan) Holcomb for over 59 years, passed away peacefully Tuesday, February 13, 2018 with family by his side at Manchester Memorial Hospital. David was born in Hartford on January 13, 1932, son of the late Henry Edward Holcomb and Ruth E. (Weiant) Holcomb. He was […]

Sara “Sally” (Scudder) Allen

Unity, NH-Sara “Sally” (Scudder) Allen, 79, died Friday, February 9, 2018 after a period of failing health. She was born in Brooklyn, NY on November 7, 1938 the daughter of Henry J. and Margaret H. (Hail) Scudder, Jr. Sally spent her early years in Brooklyn and lived in New London, NH from 1960-1980 when she […]