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Born at the end of the Depression, Sonny’s Uncle Don grew up on a small dairy farm
in Southern New Hampshire. He attended school in three one-room schoolhouses in
Stratham and went to Exeter High School. A degree at the University of New Hampshire
was interrupted by service in the U.S. Army with assignments in Dachau, Munich and
West Berlin, Germany. He worked as a teacher, editor, longshoreman, logger, welder
(at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard) and as a mail handler. Since retirement in 1999, he
has devoted himself to involvement in the Masons, Shriners and other organizations.
His poetry has been published in several local anthologies. He and his wife, Jo-Ann St.
Pierre, resdie in Berwick, Maine with three cats, Cormac, Fergus and MacCrimmon
I grew up on a farm in southern New Hampshire, attended Exeter High School, and the
University of New Hampshire before entering the US Army and serving in Dachau,
Munich, and West Berlin, Germany. I have worked as a teacher, editor, longshoreman,
painter, carpenter's helper, woodsman, welder at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, and
mail handler for the US Postal service. In retirement I work part time scoring academic
achievement tests, and am active in Free Masons, Shrine, and Scottish organizations
including St. Andrew's Society of New Hamphire, St. Andrew Society of Maine, Clan
Young Association, Strathspey and Reel Society of New Hampshire, and several other
organizations. (Spring 2009)
Website address: none available
Index of Groundwaters contributions:
Volume 1 Issue 4 - “The Serendipitous End of Winter” (essay)
Volume 5 Issue 3 - "Getting Drunk on Izzy Stone" (poem)
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