Re: Walter Wales Hoeg; Joggins Mines related Marriage of his G_ rand p
NSARM Cumberland County marriages
Item can be found in Registration Year: 1907 - Book: 1811 - Page: 65 -
Number: 15
Max Bruce Hoeg, 24, s, Liv. Maccan, b., Maccan
s/o Abner & Sara, section Man.
married 2 Feb. 1907, by Lic, Joggins, Presby.
Wit.:Sydney Spicer; Daniel Skinner
Rev. George L. Gardinear
Kathryn Skinner,24, s, Liv. Joggins, b., Stellarton
d/o Samuel & Margaret, miner
Collected by James Welsh, 4/7/2017 5:49:50 PM

On 4/7/2017 9:44 AM, David Winter davidwinter@... [nscumber]
> Walter W. Hoeg
> 1932 - 2016 Obituary
> Walter Wales Hoeg LCDR USNR of Kingston, passed away on June 24, 2016, at
> the Pat Roche Hospice House, after a brief illness. Walter was born
> November
> 21, 1932, in Boston. He was the son of Harriette Frances Wales and Eric
> Bruce Hoeg. He spent his childhood in Quincy, attending Quincy High School
> and Thayer Academy where he played football, baseball, and wrestled NEAAU.
> He attended Northeastern University from 1956 to 1967, graduating with
> several degrees including an associates degree in Engineering, a BBA in
> Engineering and Management, and a BS in Industrial Technology. He was the
> president of the Evening Division Society for the Advancement of
> Management,
> and was a member of Sigma Epsilon Rho and Pi Tau Kappa. Walter served his
> country in both the Marine Corps and the Navy. He enlisted in the Marine
> Corps in 1952 at Naval Air Station, Squantum. He graduated from Parris
> Island in 1953 and served with the 4.2 Mortar Company at Camp Lejeune. He
> was sent to the AAA Battalion in the Mojave Desert at 29 Palms. He was
> promoted to Corporal and served as a Quad 50 Caliber Machine Gunner. He
> completed his enlistment and returned to South Weymouth Naval Air
> Station to
> serve in the Active Marine Reserve as an Aviation Ordnance Man, attaining
> the rank of Staff Sergeant. In 1966 he received a Direct Commission as a
> Lieutenant (jg) in the Naval Reserve. He served with the SAMAR Division in
> Boston and with SIMA in Newport Rhode Island. He was in the Active Naval
> Reserve for 19 years. He retired from the USS Constitution in 1985, having
> attained the rank of Lieutenant Commander. In his civilian life he was an
> engineer with the Polaroid Corporation, working in Cambridge, and Norwood.
> Walter was very active in his community. He was a member of the Kingston
> Historical Commission for 24 years, serving as chairman, vice
> chairman, and
> secretary. He was recognized for his efforts with the Historical
> Commission
> by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, receiving their Preservationist
> of the
> Year Award. He was the Fence Viewer for the Town of Kingston and also
> served
> as the Measurer of Wood and Bark. He was most proud of his 20 years as a
> volunteer High School Wrestling Coach in Rockland. He was a member of the
> Marine Corps Aviation Association, the Second Marine Division Association,
> the Military Officers Association of America South Shore Chapter, the
> Boston
> Squadron MCAA, the American Society of Naval Engineers, the Old Colony
> Sportsmens Association and the Norwood Sportsmens Association. He was a
> Certified NRA Firearms instructor. Walter is survived by his wife of 34
> years, Frances Botelho-Hoeg of Kingston; his daughter, Sydra Boyer and her
> husband Richard of Manchester, Maine; his son, Stephen Wales Hoeg of
> Kingston; his granddaughters, Captain Janna Hoeg of Georgia Army National
> Guard, Shannon Hoeg of Weymouth and Carver, and Samantha Hoeg of
> Carver. He
> is also survived by his daughter-in-law, Dianne Hoeg of Carver; and a dear
> friend, Ms. Constance Phillips. Visiting hours for Walter will be held at
> the Sullivan Funeral Home, 45 East Water Street, in Rockland, Sunday, June
> 26, from 2-6 p.m. A funeral Mass will be celebrated Monday, June 27, at 9
> a.m. at Holy Family Church, 403 Union St., in Rockland. Burial with
> military
> honors will be at the Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne,
> Tuesday, at
> 10:30 a.m. For directions and to sign Walter's online guest book,
> Sullivan Funeral Homes Rockland Hanover Hanson
> 781-878-0920 781-293-2020 Family Owned & Operated For 5 Generations Since
> 1897
> Published in The Kingston Reporter from June 25 to July 8, 2016
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