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Hugh Pierce
  • August 16, 1945
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  • March 03, 2014

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  1. 30 Apr 2018
    Mike says:
    I know it’s late, however I just found out about a GREAT MANS passing. Oh what a gain for heaven!! I do miss him, even though it was so many years ago that he was my metal working teacher (Grad. 1982) I think of him often and how he was able to lift my spirits, I looked forward to HIS classes and HIS teachings. There were other teachers but only one Mr. Pierce. You ARE missed!

  2. 11 Mar 2014
    Bob B. says:
    So many years, amazing how many in looking back. So many good memories, too. Will miss you my friend.

  3. 08 Mar 2014
    Chris Wheeler says:
    I just wanted to pay my respects to Mr.Pierce, as he was a great man. I first met Mr.Pierce in junior high school in Colchester Vermont in his 7th & 8th grade industrial arts class. Industrial arts was EASILY my favorite class because Mr.Pierce was a great teacher, he genuinely cared about his students and we actually got to have a little fun too! I surprisingly still have a clown shaped bank I made in his class almost 17 years later....Also, the second part of my life where I had interaction with Mr.Pierce was through his work as the drivers ed instructor at Colchester High School. I would like to thank him for teaching me how to drive although I'm sure some other drivers might think he made a bad choice as I have a lead foot :-) Anyways, for me to sum it up....Mr.Pierce was a great teacher and a great role model. He is one of the teachers that I had who's name I still remember and I can only remember a handful of teachers who made big enough of an impact on me at school that I actually remember. May you rest in peace Mr.Pierce, you were a GREAT man! -Chris Wheeler

  4. 08 Mar 2014
    Ellen Hayes says:
    Hugh's always had a special place in my heart. My son had a difficult time in Middle School, and many days the one truly bright spot in his day was Hugh's class. Hugh was certainly good in his field, but he was even better at relating to young teenagers. God bless Hugh and comfort his family.

  5. 08 Mar 2014
    Joanne Finnegan says:
    I worked with Hugh in the Colchester schools. Such sad news to hear of his death. He was a wonderful colleague, kind to everyone. So sorry for your loss.

  6. 08 Mar 2014
    Griffin Hayes-Pontius says:
    I had him for a few years at Colchester. The day was never really complete until you got to spend forty minutes working on a wood project of some sort (very fond memories of the CO2 cars) while hearing him sing along exuberantly with Cher.

  7. 07 Mar 2014
    Bernie FitzGerald says:
    We have lost a colleague and friend who was always available to students and others while never seeking attention for his support. I will miss his friendship and professionalism.

    Bernie FitzGerald, Retired Principal

  8. 07 Mar 2014
    Deena DeMartino says:
    Such sad news. I worked with Hugh at Colchester High School. He was a warm, caring, sensitive man. So sorry for your loss, so sorry for the worlds loss of a wonderful person.

  9. 07 Mar 2014
    Carolyn Cook Vento says:
    He was my teacher and a friend.
    I will always have the fond memory of him teaching me in wood shop and when he let me help make the new letters for the sign at our school. The best drivers ED. teacher ever-I am still praised from others about my driving. He will be dearly missed but his lessons and amazing personality will live on. What an amazing man.

  10. 07 Mar 2014
    Anna K. Johnston says:
    One less kind, caring. sensitive person on earth. One more i n heaven. So sorry for your great loss. I worked with Hugh at Colchester High School. Still have the colander that he repaired--thought about him just yesterday as I was using it. God ease your sorrow.

  11. 07 Mar 2014
    Donna Gallas says:
    I worked with Hugh at Colchester Middle School. He always had a twinkle in his eye and a good chuckle to brighten the day. I enjoyed sharing some Canadian humor with him.