Henry Lamoreau ’52 died on December 12, 2008, in Bowdoinham, Maine.
Born in Castle Hill, Maine, he prepared for college at Presque Isle High School. He married Adeline L. Park in 1941, and together they raised 10 children. He worked as a riveter at Bath Iron Works, at local textile mills, as a construction laborer, and as a right of way agent for the Maine Highway Department. He served in the Army in France and Germany during World War II. An amateur archeologist, naturalist, rock hound, and local historian, he contributed his knowledge and discoveries to the Maine State Museum and the Bowdoinham Historical Society. He was a lifetime member and past board member of the Maine Archeological Society and a member of the Knights of Pythias and the Maine Chapter of the American Chestnut Foundation. Predeceased by his wife, he is survived by two sisters, Elizabeth Lamoreau of Richmond and Lois Tapley of Stratford, Conn.; a brother, Herman “Mike” Lamoreau of Hudson; seven daughters, Elaine Diaz of Bowdoinham, Judith Marden of Weld, Carol Clark of Alameda, Calif., Laurel Lamoreau of Richmond, Constance Jackson of Durham, Cynthia Lamoreau of Bowdoinham, and Sandra Tuck of Oakland; three sons, David Lamoreau of Lewiston, Michael Lamoreau of Manchester, and Malcolm Lamoreau of Livingston Manor, N.Y.; 16 grandchildren; and 19 great grandchildren.