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Judy's husband Fred

After being an avid 210 sailboat racer for decades, Fred became power boat lover. He likes to invite his friends to motor around Cape Ann from early Spring to late Fall. In the winter he enjoys splitting wood for our wood burning stove as well as cross skiing with Judy. Year round he plays lead trumpet with the Avocates, a 17 piece band that plays music from the big bands era of the 1940's and lead trumpet with Mario's 15 piece band that plays dancing music at the Beverly Senior Center on Tuesday mornings except for once a month when they play at the Lynnfield Senior Center.


Fred racing his 210 "Spirit"

Fred at helm of Hi C's
Fred at helm of High C's

Hi C's anchored

High C's anchored

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Judy's Grandchildren

Nate Stacey Anna on a haybale
Three of Fred & Judy's 5 grandchildren when they were younger - Stacey with her arms around cousins Nate & Anna while Robert picks up hay

Robert's daughter Stacey

Stacey is a sophmore at Smith College in Northampton, MA. She plans to become a lawyer and maybe work in politics. She graduated as valedictorian of her high shcool class. Before she went to college she raised prize winning chickens. In high school she was knowledgeable enough to judge chickens at county fairs. Each year Stacey took her best chickens to the Ohio National Poultry Show. There were over 4000 birds there! Some of her poultry have won top prizes. One of Stacey's chickens won BEST SCCL- for the uninitiated this means best Single Comb Clean Leg chicken- a large class. She also won Best in Breed for her Japanese Bantam pullet and Reserve Breed for her Seabright. One yearat the Deerfield County Fair Stacey's black-tailed white Japanese Bantam chicken MING WON the SUPER GRAND CHAMPION prize! That means that Ming was the closest bird to being perfect at the show- beating out about 150 other chickens and water foul. Ming also won Best of Variety - Black tailed White Japanese bantam, Best of breed - Japanese, Champion Single Comb Clean Legs and Best Bantam Chicken. Some of Stacey's other chickens also won prizes. MING, her star, also won best bird of all 75 at the Cheshire County Fair and the best bird of all 150 birds at the New Hampshire Poultry Fanciers show.


Scott's daughters Amelia & Anna and son Nate

Amelia Smiling
Amelia Smiling

Amelia Grace Young, a very special young lady who touched many people with her unconditional love, died at home on Saturday, December 2, 2006 at the age of 10.

She was always ready to hug and be hugged back, and truly appreciated all the small and simple pleasures of the world. A breeze, music or a swing ride meant more to her than anything money could buy.

She leaves behind a family who will be forever in her debt for all the love she gave to them.

Amelia had Angelman's syndrome. She never learned to walk on her own and she never said a single word. Yet she touched many, many people's lives. When you were with Amelia you forgot all the troubles of the world and basked in her unconditional love. She could hug better than anyone. She was never satisfied with a perfunctory hug. If someone started to pull away after a quick hug, she put her arm around their neck and pulled them closer so she could give them a proper "Amelia hug".   And it felt so good.

Two days after Amelia passed, Nate, just turned 8 years old, wrote a wonderful poem in her memory. Click on link to read
Nate's Memories of Amelia

Nate in Football jacjket
Nate wearing his varsity football jacket

Nate, 17, is a busy boy. He is president of his Junior class, a Sawyer medal recipient, High Honor roll every semester and bass guitar player for the Docksiders band. In addition he plays varisty football (starting quarterback), basketball (forward) and baseball (many positions including pitcher). He was elected a captain of the Gloucester Fisherman football team for next year.

When Nate was 6 and I told him I was learning how to make cartoons, he told me exactly what story he would like me to animate.
Nate's Cartoon

Anna Stretches

Anna,14, is our youngest grandchild. She is in the 8th grade at Glenn Urquhart School in Beverly. In the Fall and Spring she runs on the track team. In the winter she is on Glenn Urghart's basketball team. Next year she plans to attend Bishop Fenwick High School in Peabody. She loves art. Recently she has started taking Cello lessons. She always has an engaging smile and great enthusiasm for everything she does. Every summer she goes to Camp Walden in Maine where she enjoys swiming, horseback roding, achery and sailing.

  Steve's daughter Elizabeth Young

Liz is living in California now. A few years ago she worked for 3 Ball Productions which produces NBC primetime shows. In 2004, Liz was an Associate Story editor for For Love or Money 3 & 4 which was on NBC in July & August. In the fall of 2004, she was the story editor for episodes 1 and 2 of THE BIGGEST LOSER and co-story editor for the 4th episode. For the "final four" episode in 2005 she was promoted to producer. The second season of THE BIGGEST LOSER Liz was on the credits as co-producer of episodes 1 and 2 and as producer of episodes 3 and 9. The Biggest Loser is about teams of overweight men and women competing for a $250,00 prize for losing the most weight. The picture below shows Liz with the crew of the "Train" episode (#3) which she produced. In 2008, she travelled to Rome.

Liz in Rome
Liz in Rome
Liz and Anna by Atlantic Ocean
Liz and her youngest cousin Anna enjoy the refreshing ocean air as they stop for a rest while walking along Gloucester's Back Shore a few years ago
Liz with crew of The Biggest Loser 2
Liz (center) with crew of The Biggest Loser 2 "Train Episode"

Steve & Rosie
Steve (our son) & wife Rosie
Robert (our son) & his wife Barbara

Scott (our son) with wife Julie

Karen, Brian, Joyce & Jeff
Jeff, Joyce(Fred's sister), Karen & Brian

Judy, Nic & Sasha
Nic & Judy (Fred's sister) with Sasha

Dottie Earl
Dottie(Judy's sister) & Earl

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