|Birth: ||Sep. 22, 1943|
|Death: ||Aug. 26, 2004|
ROCKLAND – Jean H. Boynton, 60, died Thursday, August 26th, while on an Alaskan cruise aboard the MV Amsterdam. Having battled cancer since December of 2003, she had been looking forward this cruise. Born in Ellsworth, September 22, 1943, she was the daughter of Wendell S. and Susan Sadler Hadlock. After moving to Rockland at an early age, she was educated in local schools and was a 1961 graduate of Rockland High School.
That fall she began studies at Nason College in Springvale. After moving to New Jersey and while raising her daughter, transferred studies to William Patterson State College in Patterson.
After graduating from that college, she first taught at Morris-Knowles High School in Denville, New Jersey for 6 years. In 1987 she moved to Gray, where for 13 years she taught math at Gray-New Gloucester High School for 13 years. Since returning to Rockland in 2000, Mrs. Boynton taught math at Rockland District High School.
February 12, 2000, she married Richard W. Boynton, Jr. in Gray.
Passionate about education, she loved her profession as a math teacher. She was a member of Maine Teachers Association, National Teachers Association and National Education Association.
Besides her husband of Rockland, Mrs. Boynton is survived by one daughter, Teresa A. Batema and her husband Timothy of Spring, Texas; three grandchildren, Kristopher, Christina and Alexander.
Interment will be Thursday, at Woodbine Cemetery, Ellsworth. (Burpee, Carpenter & Hutchins on-line)
Created by: Bev Winship
Record added: Jan 02, 2011
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