The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, September 24, 1999


James Logan Sibley

Proud, happy and sleepy parents Fiona and Richard Sibley of Cross Street are pleased to announce the birth of their son James Logan, born September 10 at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston.

Happy, first-time grandparents are Marjory and Andrew Logan of Springfield, and the first-time grandparents to a grandson are Ann and Clifton Sibley of Wellesley.


Sally Milliken weds Jim Dooling

Sally Milliken, daughter of Lee and Art Milliken of Estabrook Road, and Jim Dooling were married on July 31,1999 at the Eagle Mountain House in Jackson, New Hampshire.

Sally is a graduate of Brown University and the master's program of the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Science in New Haven, Connecticut. She currently works as a program coordinator for the Quebec-Labrador Foundation (QLF) in Ipswich, Massachusetts, a private non-profit organization whose mission is to support the rural communities and environment of eastern Canada and New England and to create models for stewardship of natural resources and cultural heritage which can be applied worldwide.

Jim is a graduate of Harvard College and the Columbia University School of Education. He has been a member of the faculty at Lawrence Academy in Groton, Massachusetts, and is now working in the Interactive Group of Brodeur, Porter, Novelli, a Boston-based public relations agency that focuses on the high-tech market. His job involves developing Web sites for Brodeur clients.

After a honeymoon in Scotland, Sally and Jim are now living in Essex, Massachusetts.


Robert E. Trainor Carlisle's first full-time police officer

Robert E. Trainor, Sr., 73, of Naples, Florida, died on September 18 after a long illness. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Barbara; three children, Robert Trainor, Jr. and Pamela Blanchette, both of Rutland Street in Carlisle, and Judith McCue of Naples, Florida; his mother Emma; brother Walter of North Carolina and sister Audrey Donald of Florida. He also leaves behind seven grandchildren and two great-granddaughters.

Mr. Trainor was raised in Arlington, Massachusetts and served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. He moved to Carlisle in 1951, where he raised his family and ran his own reinforced plastics business. He was a member of the Carlisle volunteer fire and police departments. In the late 1960s, he became the first full-time Carlisle police officer.

In 1982 he began spending his winters in Naples and after six years became a permanent resident.

He will be sadly missed by his loving family. A private memorial service will be held at a later date.

Donations may be made in his memory to Hospice of Naples, 1095 Whippoorwill Lane, Naples, Florida 34105.

· Nancy J. Stephens of Spencer Brook Lane was awarded the Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) designation at the National Speakers Association's national convention in San Antonio, Texas in August. The CSP designation, established in 1980 by the U.S.-based National Speakers Association, is the speaking profession's international measure of professional platform skill.

Stephens is an international sales consultant and the owner of Net-Works, a sales consulting firm, and the author of Customer-Focused Selling.

· William C. Mills of School Street has joined Advent International, one of the world's largest global private equity firms, as a partner in its Boston office. He was formerly one of four general partners at The Venture Capital Fund of New England.


In an article by Seba Gaines in last week's Mosquito, the cart path under dispute should have been described as crossing the town-owned Sachs Greenway Land, not the "land owned by Jonathan and Winifred Sachs."

1999 The Carlisle Mosquito