Teenagers weren't getting enough sleep even in the 1950's.Custodians and bus drivers. Bill McDonald, center, still works at OHS!Winter Carnival participants Russ Worrick and Lee Sibley, both Class of 1967.Mrs. Nancy Gilles, longtime Yearbook advisor, and Yearbook staff. The 1992 yearbook was dedicated to Mrs. G. These "crazies" are Gail (Wadlin) Joslin, Susan Greenhalgh, and Sandra Emerson. Gail writes, "Tell the teachers not to fret--we turned out OK, have advanced degrees and good jobs!!"The "new" high school.Dave Graves goes for the layup.The '47 Crimson Crier cover photo.David Dow, here an OHS senior, was later "Mr. Dow" to scores of eighth grade science students.Donna Weatherbee marches with the OHS band.Tim Hatfield and other members of the OHS marching band.Coach John Giffin lays out the plan.Jon Langille and Davis Greenwood taking a break from spring track.Principal Grover MacLaughlin.The Stage Band poses with Mr. Bob Modr.
Welcome to the Class of 1982 page!

If anyone would like to have a 25th reunion, please get in touch with the OHSAA (info@oronoalums.org) and we'll do our best to help you get the ball rolling!

Bonnie (Dunning) Scott submitted these two news items about Class of '82 classmates who passed away within the past few years:

From Wed., Oct. 1, 2003 Bangor Daily News: In memory of ALLEN HAROLD FLETCHER  (July 19, 1963 - Oct. 1, 2002) It's been a tearful, heart breaking year since you left for that track in the sky, forever you'll fly. You are surely missed, but the memories that you left are tender, loving and bittersweet, keep racing your race with that smile on your face. We will see you again in time, when we, too, cross that finish line. All our love, Mom, Wayne, Diana, Denise, Brent, Your Loving Daughters, Kaelee and Tori, Your Family, Your Racing Family, and Many Friends. "THE INSTIGATOR" "A SPECIAL SON" The last time I saw you it was a sunny fall day, you smiled and waved as always; I can still hear you saying "I Love You Ma". You were a son to be proud of and a friend to many. You touched many lives. Those who knew you were proud to have you for a friend. You are now with your Dad, take care of each other until we all meet again. Love You, Mom I WILL DEARLY MISS ONE OF MY DEAREST AND BEST FRIENDS I EVER HAD THROUGH MY WHOLE LIFE ... YOU WILL ALWAYS LIVE ON IN MY MEMORIES ..I WILL NEVER FORGET AND LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING UP WITH YOU AGAIN ... BONNIE

From Friday, Dec. 13, 2003 Bangor Daily News: CHESAPEAKE, VA and VEAZIE DANIEL J. COTE, 40, died unexpectedly Dec. 2, 2003, in Chesapeake, Va. He was born Aug. 10, 1963, in Bangor, the son of Lester and Avis (Brooks) Cote. He graduated from Orono High School, Class of 1982, where he was active in basketball and football. Dan served for five years with the U.S. Navy. Currently Dan was employed by the U.S. Postal Service in Norfolk, Va. and coached his daughter's basketball team for over five years. In addition to his parents, Lester and Avis of Veazie, he is survived by three children who were the love of his life, daughters, Ashley Ruth Cote and Anna Marie Cote of Chesapeake, Va. and son, Ian Dehne of Lakeland, Fla.; a special and loving sister, Deborah Hatch and her son, Daniel of Veazie; many aunts, uncles, and cousins. A celebration of Dan's life will be held 12 noon Saturday at the Birmingham Funeral Home, 438 Main St., Old Town, with the Rev. Normand Richard, officiating. Friends may call from 11 a.m. Saturday until time of service. Immediately following the service all are invited to attend a luncheon at the Holy Family Parish Center. An athletic scholarship in Dan's memory has been established at Orono High School, care of Michael Archer, Good-ridge Drive, Orono, ME 04473. www.dignitymemorial.com ANOTHER ONE OF MY CLOSEST AND DEAREST LIFE LONG FRIENDS THAT WILL REMAIN IN MY HEART AND MEMORIES FOREVER...UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN...LOVE BONNIE

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