Class of 1982

Co-Class Secretaries: Thomas and Lori Norman Campbell, 41 Copley Woods Circle, Portland, ME 04103-2206,,

Class President: Richard R. Regan, 37 Court St., Bath, ME 04530,

Next Reunion in 2007. Got news? Tap out a note to! Correction and Apologies: To Jim Pasquill and Greg Pizzo, for an error in the winter 2002 Class Notes. The error (by the magazine staff and not by 1982’s class secretaries) combined Jim’s and Greg’s news of family, children, and work into one very odd-sounding class note under Jim’s name. For the record, Jim has five sons: “one in college and one in diapers and everything in between.” Greg has three children: two boys (5 and 3) and a girl (1). Jim lives in Scotia, N.Y.; Greg works in finance at HealthReach HomeCare & Hospice in Waterville, Maine, and was anticipating building a home in the town of China. Apologies also to Dana DiMartinis, whose name appeared in the winter notes incorrectly. —Editor

John Aime is headmaster of Applewild School in Fitchburg, Mass., after teaching elementary grades and serving as head of the middle school at Head-Royce in Oakland, Calif. John faces his school’s financial challenges and hopes for greater racial and socio-economic diversity at the school that would “enrich the learning process.”… Living in Westerly, R.I., Chris Jennings is executive director of the Mystic (Conn.) Coast and Country Travel & Leisure Council, a position he accepted after serving as director of the Missouri Division of Tourism for five years, during which time he was Tourism Director of the Year and winner of the Underground Railway Freedom Award and the Travel Industry of America Odyssey Award for Advertising.