To All Who Have Touched Trees, Dr. Alex Shigo died on Friday, October
6th after a fall at his summer cottage.

To share your condolences please mail:
Marilyn Shigo, 4 Denbow Road, Durham, NH 03824

From the
NHAA Website
"Dr. Alex Shigo became involved with the New Hampshire Arborists
Association in 1977. His primary mission was to, as he put it "connect with
the tree people in the field" as he knew they had a great deal of information
to give to him and he had a great deal of information to give us. So, for the
last 30 years, Dr. Shigo has persisted in challenging us on understanding
trees and their associates.
DR. ALEX SHIGO - 1930-2006
An arboricultural giant has fallen...
Oscar P. Stone, memoriam by Chris Donnelly
September 12, 1913 - July 2, 2007
OSCAR P. STONE - Another beloved sequoia
has fallen within our forest community.
Oscar P. Stone (right) with Richard Pauley, CTPA Past President
A memorial service was held for Stanley on October 6, 2007 with music
and memories at the Press Room in downtown Portsmouth (Daniel

Stanley passed away yesterday, August 20, 2007 of terminal cancer.
Stanley had been battling cancer since May 24, 2006, when he was
diagnosed with stage four Adenocarcinoma of the small intestine.  Over
the last year, his family and friends have been receiving support from
Helping Hands to help ease the last transitional year of Stanley's life.

Stanley's video on Arboriculture Canada's website: to view visit:
Stanley Longstaff
Stanley, you were a great mentor, arborist, musician and friend. You will
be missed by more people than you could possibly know.

Stanley Longstaff's friends at Portsmouth community radio station
WSCA-FM 106.1 have started a fund to benefit his children, called the
Universal Gift to Minors Account. Checks payable to Taygra D. Longstaff
may be sent to the Taygra D. Longstaff NHUTMA, TD Banknorth N.A.
Local Branch, 333 State St., Portsmouth, NH 03801
Take One Day - Stanley's CD
Stanley at NEC-ISA Conference, Manchester NH
Frank Bartlett Heisinger
Frank Heisinger, age 57, of Stamford, Connecticut, passed away at
Hartford Hospital on Novermber 9, 2007.  Frank dedicated his career to
the tree industry.  An integral part of the FA Bartlett Tree Expert
Company, Frank started in the field and worked his way up to serve on
their Board of Directors.  Frank you will be missed.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Bartlett Tree
Foundation.  PO Box 3067, Stamford, CT 06905
Mike Sikora
Michael V. Sikora Jr., 66, of Hanover died Friday, July 25, 2008 in Good
Samaritan Hospital in Brockton after a long illness.

Mr. Sikora was a graduate of the Stockbridge School of Agriculture at
University of Massachusetts and received his bachelor degree from the
University of Massachusetts. He received his MBA degree from Western
New England College.

Memorial donations may be made to St. Jude Children's Research
Hospital 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38101-1942 or to the Mass 4H
Foundation, 22 Eliot St., Ashland, MA 01721.
In Memory of Dr. Alex Shigo - photo credit NHAA
New England Chapter
International Society of Arboriculture
P.O. Box 435
Norwell, MA 02061
Phone: 978-844-0441
In Memory of Dr. Alex Shigo - photo credit NHAA
Photo by Rich Beauchesne,
Oscar P. Stone (right) with Richard Pauley, CTPA Past President
Doug Wade, Business Developer with Davey Resource Group, passed
Specialist, and an active member of the International Society of Doug
Wade, Business Developer with Davey Resource Group, passed
Arboriculture and Vice President to the New York State Arborist
Association.  Doug committed more than ten years to support the Tour
des Trees, riding with the Tour from Stowe, Vermont to Halifax, Nova
Scotia in 1994 and from Ottawa to Montreal in 2003 with his daughter,
Jessica. He also served as a volunteer with the Tour support crew for
many years.
Doug is survived by his wife Inga, daughter Jessica, son Aaron, brother
Phillip and mother. A memorial service was held for Doug Saturday, June
30 at The White Funeral Home, Scotia, NY.
Doug Wade
Doug Wade, rest in peace fellow Tour Rider...1956-2012
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