Albert James Sibson ’62 died on January 28, 2005, in Portland.
Albert James Sibson ’62 died on January 28, 2005, in Portland. Born on March 11, 1940, in Portland, he prepared for college at Cheverus High School there and became a member of Theta Delta Chi Fraternity at Bowdoin. Following his graduation in 1962, he joined the faculty at Windham High School in Willimantic, CT, where he taught Latin. In 1965, he returned to Maine to teach Latin at Cape Elizabeth High School. In 1968, he received a master of arts degree from Tufts University in Medford, MA. After retiring from the Cape Elizabeth High School faculty in 1987, he taught at Catherine McAuley High School in Portland before beginning a new career in library services, working at both the South Portland Public Library and the Andover College Library. He was a member of the Classical Association of New England and the American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association, which he served through the years as chaplain, secretary, and president. He was also a member of the Knights of Columbus and a communicant of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Portland and frequently attended the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, also in Portland. Surviving are his wife, Sandra Young Sibson, whom he married in 1972; his mother, Adele Cugini Sibson of Windham, NH; a son, Christopher J. Sibson of Portland; two sisters, Adele- Marie Richard of Hooksett, NH, and Barbara Bersack of Belmont, MA.