In Honor of those Whom We Have Lost, But Not
Forgotten
 

 

Douglas Lewis Farquhar

Doug worked at the Great Northern Paper Company in Millinocket for forty four years, retiring without having used any sick time. Doug enjoyed hunting and fishing with his brothers and nephews at the family camp known as 揗ouse Haven? He was an aviator for 60 years, flying his last flight in June of 2007.
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Wilmont "Wiggie" Robinson

Wiggie Robinson was a Maine Master Guide since 1950, and was a life member of the National Rifle Association and the Maine Trappers Association.
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Harold M. Boyer
Longtime club member remembered for contributions to Northern Timber Cruisers Snowmobile Club.
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Royden McInnis
Timber Cruisers and Millinocket community reflect on how long time club member "Roydie" touched all of those who knew and met Royden McInnis.
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Freda Boyd
Freda Boyd and her husband Earl were active participants in the Northern Timber Cruisers Snowmobile Club. Freda always was an active volunteer for the many events the club put on for the community.
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John Colgan
John Colgan was one of the founders of the Northern Timber Cruisers Snowmobile Club. He was instrumental in the construction of the existing clubhouse as well as the purchase of the original Tucker Sno Cats. John loved working on the trails in the fall and grooming trails late at night in the Tuckers.
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Bob Morrison
Bobby Morrison was a longtime member of the Northern Timber Cruisers Snowmobile Club. Bob used his woodworking and carpentry skills to help keep the the clubhouse and museum in tip top shape. Bob was head of the buildings and grounds committee and also enjoyed working in the kitchen helping with public suppers. Bob and his wife Ellen were avid snowmobilers and enjoyed their camp on South Twin Lake.
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Ralph Moore
Ralph Moore was another longtime member of the Northern Timber Cruisers Snowmobile Club. Ralph and his wife Marge could always be seen at the clubhouse during all the events the club sponsored.
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Jim Barnes
Jim Barnes was also one of the founders of the Northern Timber Cruisers Snowmobile Club. Jim used his woodworking skills for the club many times and made the business signs that can be seen on the Antique Snowmobile Museum today. Jim also headed up the construction of the Millinocket Stream snowmobile bridge that continued to allow travel to points east of Millinocket.
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Paul "Doc" Corrigan
Paul Doc Corrigan was an avid cross country skier as well as outdoorsman at the Northern Timber Cruisers Snowmobile Club. Doc was instrumental in helping maintaining the many miles of cross country ski trails the Northern Timber Cruisers Snowmobile Club was responsible for.
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Bob Bernier

Bob Bernier was a member of the Millinocket Town Council as well as a member of the Northern Timber Cruisers Snowmobile Club. Bob supported snowmobiling in the Katahdin Region and did so though his seat on the Millinocket Town Council.

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Charles Sanders
Charles Sanders was a member of the Millinocket Town Council as well as a member of the Northern Timber Cruisers Snowmobile Club. Charlie, as he was known to everyone, supported snowmobiling in the Katahdin Region and did so though his seat on the Millinocket Town Council. Charlie enjoyed his camp on a remote island on Millinocket Lake with his family.
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Bob Mattall

Bob Mattall, "Whitewater" as he was known to many, enjoyed the outdoors and particularly enjoyed canoeing the East Branch River with his good friend Greg. Bob also enjoyed snowmobiling with his friends in the Kellog Mountain, Sandy Stream and Katahdin Lake country.
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