Georgette B. Raymond

 

LEBANON, NH--Mrs. Georgette B. (Roy) Raymond, age 74, of 524 Goebel St., Berlin, NH, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday April 24, 2004 at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, NH, where she had been admitted as a patient. She was born February 19, 1930 in Windsor, PQ, Canada, the daughter of Henry and Berthe Francis Roy. A resident of Berlin, NH, for most of her adult life, Mrs. Raymond was a member of the Guardian Angel Parish, now known as Good Shepherd Parish. She ...

SGM Paul N. Belanger

 

LEBANON -- SGM Paul N. Belanger, 58, passed away in the morning hours of Sunday, December 9, 2007 at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center surrounded by his family. He was born in Berlin on September 17, 1949, the son of Normand J. and Jeannette A. (Lessard) Belanger. He attended local schools, and was a 1969 graduate of Notre Dame High School. Paul was employed as a maintenance supervisor and foreman for Fraser Papers. He was married to Gina (Perkins) in 1977 and raised five daughters. ...

Patricia R. Horne

 

BERLIN, NH--Mrs. Patricia R. Horne, 55, of 677 Hampshire Street, Berlin, NH, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, March 8, 2006 at her home, surrounded by her family. She was born in Berlin on August 7, 1950, the daughter of Chester and Flora (Montminy) O’Neil and was a lifelong resident. She graduated from Notre Dame High School with the Class of 1968. She was a member of Good Shepherd Parish in Berlin. Patty enjoyed camping, spending time with her granddaughter, gardening, doing ...

Dr. Jan Tatkhin

 

CONWAY — Dr. Jan Tatkhin died unexpectedly from complications of diabetes April 10, 2017. He was born in Rwanda in 1963. After earning his MD, he practiced medicine there for several years prior to emigrating in 1993 to United States, where he earned a masters degree in public health and a PhD in epidemiology from Johns Hopkins University. After graduation, he worked in Baltimore, Md.

When he later discovered the Mount Washington Valley, he immediately fell in love with the area and soon made it his home. While in the valley, he participated in local running races and enjoyed the White Mountain Miler fun runs whenever he could. Learning to ski was a challenge (having never seen snow before he came) but as with so many other new activities — he tackled it with gusto and enjoyed the challenge. He was active in the arts, and a frequent attendee of concerts by the Mountain Top Community Orchestra and Mountain Aire Strings. He loved playing his guitar and singing folk songs with his friends. He enjoyed coaching, substitute teaching and a variety of other jobs in which he gave back to the valley.

He frequently attended both the Jackson Community Church and the Bartlett Congregational Church, where he met many friends. At the time of his death he was living in an international boarding house in North Conway where he befriended foreign students and helped them adjust to the new environment here.

He leaves behind several brothers and sisters — some of whom are still in Rwanda, while others are in Canada, Belgium, England and other countries.

There will be a joint memorial service for Jan with the ministers of both the Jackson and Bartlett Churches on July 31, 2017 at 4 p.m. in the Jackson Community Church for all who were touched by his life. Officiants will be  Rev. Gail Doktor and  Rev. Norma Brettell. Any donations may be sent to a charity of your choice.