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My family and I are moving to Hudson in September and we we're looking for an occasional babysitter for my 3 month old and 2 year old daughter. We're looking forward to raising our family in Hudson!

Serge & Lindsay
Serge Arsenault <>
- Friday, July 29, 2005 at 22:49:55 (EDT)

Just out of curiousity, is David Nelligan still alive? I was a teenager when he moved his practive to Hudson. It was rumored he lost his jaw to cancer... Did he eventually succumb? Thanks, Carole Langford-Binda

Anyone in Hudson remember a Bill Seguin from the 50's & 60's. He worked for C.P.R., then on to Xerox. Naw, I'm not a bill collector (pun intended)...just an acquantance who would like to know what happened to him.
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PERTH , ontario Canada - Tuesday, June 14, 2005 at 11:41:08 (EDT)
Hello from Halifax.I lived in Hudson from 1986 to 1992 and moved the the West Island thereafter. I got married last summer and took my wife to Hudson for the first time on a visit from the Maritimes. She loved it very much, but got scared, because she saw in my eyes and in how I talked, that Hudson was a special place for me and she thought I wanted to move back there right away! I would love to, because to raise children in Hudson's environment is very easy.

I worked at Mon Village from 12 years old to 15 and learned very quickly how big a family Hudson really is. It's charm lies in the rustic and familiar surroundings, full of immensely beautiful trees and welcoming faces, but also in its refusal to allow "big business" to walk in and ruin what is already perfect. I've been in the Navy 12 years now and will retire in 8. I've seen places from Norway to Dubai, and never have I seen a place as warm and welcoming as Hudson. Keep it up, and maybe we'll be there one day...who knows!
Mathieu Germain <>
Halifax, NS Canada - Tuesday, June 14, 2005 at 11:40:31 (EDT)

So sorry to hear about James, my heart goes out to mom and dad and sis. My prayers are with you.
Shirley Bridges <>
Pointe Claire, Que Canada - Wednesday, June 08, 2005 at 14:16:51 (EDT)
Dear David Goyder Ask your brother John, class of 63-ish if he knew a person by the name of (J. W. Tibbits - math Pro) at Waterloo University ( i think it was Waterloo ) If so he was my Math teacher at machigh in 1972 Dave Kilpatrick
Dave Kilpatrick <>
selkirk, ont canada - Wednesday, June 08, 2005 at 08:58:36 (EDT)
Hi I am the nephew of the Commodore of the Hudson Yacht Club (Norm St.Aubin). I have been to Hudson 1000's of times and have watched the town grow yet keep its character. Character is what will keep the town together even after James lost his life.

My cousin David St.Aubin moved his way up the scientific ladder and was pretty big in the US with aquariums as Dr.David St.Aubin. His brother Robert has a bit of history as he was on the Ocean Ranger oil rig off of Newfoundland just 2 hours before it went down. You have some interesting history including how my uncle helped the police during the OKA crisis. Anyway it does not diminish the loss of James and there is a part of Barrhaven and much of Ottawa thinking about the family

thoughts are with you
Glen Dicks <Hi>
Barrhaven, ON - Wednesday, June 08, 2005 at 08:32:29 (EDT)

Hmmm thought the website would go up when I typed it in the URL spot... it's
Leigh Nash <>
Winnipeg, MB Canada - Thursday, June 02, 2005 at 19:38:49 (EDT)
I have my photo engraving business up and running! Please check out the site. I can engrave pictures or logos etc as long as you can email me the image I can engrave it.

I am hoping for some nice weather when I come out in a few weeks for the class of '95 reunion. Hope to see lots of you! I am now working on a children's book still very much in the works but any of you that have published and have advice please let me know. Thanks Take Care.
Leigh Nash <>
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada - Thursday, June 02, 2005 at 19:37:33 (EDT)