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Lexington High School
Class Of 1972




23 Dec 2020
For all those who knew him, Stanley G. Boynton has recently suffered a stroke & is in rehab. Info from his wife:

From: Jane Boynton
Subject: Re: would Stan appreciate cards?
Date: December 22, 2020 at 7:08:24 PM EST
To: Mike Morton


Snail mail notes to Stan is the way to go. He is not able to handle any of the great tech tools.
Simple light type cards pun ones if they are out there. He watches a little tv I am told. A little frustrating not to know the setup of his room.
Bangor Nursing and Rehab Center
Stanley Boynton
103 Texas Ave
Bangor, Maine 04401

If anyone does send a card they should include full name, class they had him for, mention LHS, maybe year they graduated, some funny thing that may have happened. Since I can’t see him we will be at the mercy of the staff to read them to him.
A very thoughtful thing for you to think to do.

Enjoy the holidays and be safe.

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