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Old 05-02-2015, 06:26 AM   #1
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Default Dr Bruce Heald

The well known writer of many books on Lake Winnipesaukee and surrounding areas have past away. Many have seen him on the Winnipesaukee Flagship fleet. A great contributor and friend of the Lakes Region will be fondly remembered.

May he rest in peace.
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Old 05-02-2015, 06:38 AM   #2
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OH that is very sad and a big loss.
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Old 05-02-2015, 10:00 AM   #3
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Default Dr Bruce Heald

That is very sad, he contributed greatly to the enjoyment of the ride around the Lake on the Mount.

My father-in-law, a retired commercial airline captain, met him on a Mount ride and the two of them talked navigation and boat handling for most of the trip - it made the day for my father-in-law.

Bruce, you will be missed.
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I purchased Dr. Heald's book "Lake Winnipesaukee" for my wife, (really for both of us) last Christmas. Got a autographed copy from Abe's books. We both enjoy his writing and will now treasure this book.
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I had the pleasure of having Dr. Heald as my English instructor @ Holy Trinity for grades 6-8. He was the first teacher I had that made learning a truly collaberative effort between instructor and student.
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Had the pleasure of having him as my professor for a class in my time at Plymouth State. I ran into him several times in Meredith and usually said hi.

He was a very passionate teacher with a ton of character, energy and excitement. Made a class I wasn't too interested in (War in US History) actually interesting.
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