Frank Teagle

Frank Teagle didn’t wait for a special day to practice kindness and goodwill toward others. Every day presented an opportunity, and every day, Frank found that opportunity and took it.

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Barbara Kaufman

Barbara Kaufman embraced life and translated it into art. She grew up in a family that owned a textile business, and she would often travel with them internationally in search of exotic fibers.

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Paul West

Paul West was born in 1924 and grew up in Bridgewater, Vermont. He had five siblings, and his mother raised all six children on her own after Paul’s father was killed in a trucking accident.

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Dr. Marenda Briggs Randall

The name Marenda Briggs Randall does not appear in Henry Swan Dana’s History of Woodstock, despite the fact that Marenda was by all accounts one of the most accomplished women in Woodstock in the mid-1800s.

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Bessie Kidder Thomas

Bessie Kidder Thomas, or “Aunt B,” as she was affectionately called, was born into a prominent Woodstock family. She graduated from Woodstock High School in 1904, and then from Wellesley College in 1909.

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Thomas Hazard

In Woodstock, the name “Tom Hazard” is synonymous with the word “gentleman.” He treated everyone with kindness and respect. Tom grew up in Woodstock, his family having come to the area in the early 1800s.

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