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OBITUARY

Juergen Carl Herman Lemmermann

Well-loved cutting-edge technologist

03e JuergenLemmermannJuergen Carl Herman Lemmermann of South Street, died peacefully in the comfort of his home on Wednesday, February 28, 2018.  He was 80 years old.

Born in Bremen, Germany on September 24, 1937, Juergen was the son of the late Albert and Auguste (Busch) Lemmermann. He obtained a business degree in Germany and came to America in 1961, at the age of 24 to join his first wife Uta (Wellhoener). They settled in Portland, Maine with family, and then moved to Carlisle in 1968 where they raised their two children. He later married his wife Karin (Szegvari) in 1987, where Carlisle remained their home.

Juergen spent the majority of his career pursuing cutting edge technology, and most notably acted as Vice President of Operations for 20 plus years for Verbex (Voxware), a voice recognition hardware and software company in Cambridge MA, until he retired in 2007.

Juergen was a skilled carpenter and completed several projects for his homes in Carlisle. He was an avid automobile enthusiast, with a particular interest in Land Rover, Citroen and Austin-Healey. He enjoyed time in the garage as well as on the road. Outdoor adventures were high on his list. He enjoyed camping in Maine, often in his Land Rover with family. He loved to travel with his wife Karin, and did so often regardless of the destination. He enjoyed cooking and was quite the chef in years past. Juergen was a lover of good food and wine. He enjoyed good company with a scotch and the more than occasional inappropriate joke.

He was a people person, able to make people feel at ease with his humor and direct way of seeing things. Juergen was easy going, upbeat and well-liked by all those who knew and worked with him.

He is survived by his beloved wife of 31 years, Karin (Szegvari) Lemmermann, children with his first wife, Marc Lemmermann and wife Marguerite of Chelmsford, MA, Tanya (Lemmermann) Graham and husband Chris of Windham, NH; two stepchildren, Ingo Szegvari and wife Margaret of Carlisle, MA, and Anya (Szegvari) McDavitt and husband Bill of Ipswich, MA; as well as eight grandchildren, Tyler and Jaclyn Graham, Emma and Asa Szegvari, Carter and Spencer McDavitt, Maks and Maarii Lemmermann.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend his memorial service at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 15 at First Religious Society, 27 School Street, Carlisle, MA. A reception will follow in Union Hall at the church.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be made to Sierra Club, 50 Federal Street, 3rd Floor, Boston, MA 02110 (www.sierraclub.org)

To share a remembrance in his online guest book, please visit www.deefuneralhome.com.

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Cody Newell Fouche

David and Dana Fouche of the Sorli Farm on Westford Street welcomed Cody Newell Fouche to the world on February 16. Cody is a fifth generation Carlisle resident and is the brother of Cassidy Fouche, grandson of Daniel and Cheryl Fouche, the great nephew of Larry, Gene, Steven and Karen.

Carlisle students selected for art exhibit

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Will Tatham, a grade 4 student, received a special award at the Youth Art Month Exhibit. His work of art was selected to be on display at the National Art Educators conference in Seattle, Washington. (Courtesy photo)

Six Carlisle students currently have works of art on display for the Youth Art Month Exhibit in Boston. Over 600 students in grades K through 12, from across Massachusetts were selected to have their artwork displayed at the State Transportation Building in Boston. This exhibit, sponsored by the Massachusetts Art Education Association (MAEA), is part of Youth Art Month (YAM), a national celebration held each year during March, that emphasizes the value of art education for all children and encourages support for quality art programs in schools. 

For this year’s YAM exhibit, works of art from the following Carlisle students are currently on display until March 27: Renzo Ma (grade 1), Chase Audette (grade 2), Charlotte Daglish (grade 3), Will Tatham (grade 4), James Michaud (grade 5) and Cira Letteri (grade 6).

Carlisle students on fall Dean’s Lists

Michelle M. St. Francis of East Street was named to the Dean’s List at Boston University. 

Catherine Adams of Carlisle, Class of 2019, was named to the Dean’s Commendation List at Gettysburg College. 

Caleb Perlman of Blaisdell Drive was named to the Dean’s List at Bates College.

Owen Schmidt of Baldwin Road was named to the Dean’s List at Bates College.

Dylan Roache of Prospect Street was named to the Dean’s List at Bates College.

Fiona R Kinmonth of Page Brook Road, Class of 2018, majoring in biological sciences, was named to the Dean’s List with High Honors at Connecticut College.

Alicia C Siekman of Cross Street,  Class of 2021, was named to the Dean’s List with Honors at Connecticut College.

Residents launch “The Wild Divine”

The Deborah Abel Dance Company is premiering a new work “The Wild Divine” this March 17 at 7:30 p.m. and March 18 at 3 p.m. at the Tsai  Performance Center BU at 685 Commonwealth Avenue in Boston. The company is composed of ten dancers and eight musicians and is led by Blaisdell Drive residents Deborah Abel as the choreographer and artistic director and Lee Perlman as the director, composer, lead singer and instrumentalist of the music ensemble called Sweet Rasa. 

“The Wild Divine” is a mystical, emotional and spiritual journey to the true aliveness and beauty that lives inside all of us.

The genre of dance is Bhakti Modern. A projection specialist from the MIT Media Lab’s Opera of the Future, Alisha Panjwani is creating some special effects to enhance and help add magical touches to the portrayal of the inner journey. She is working with MIT students and students at Acera School for Gifted Children in Winchester all of whom have been creating the projections/effects.

For ticketing and parking information, visit eventbrite.com/e/the-wild-divine-tickets-40153563389?aff=es2.