Lori Gregoire

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Name: Lori Gregoire

Graduation year: 1975


Q:Did you go to college, military, service, job?

A:Worked as a secretary at the Jr High for a little over a year and then my husband and I had a baby. So I was a stay at home Mom until 1982 In 1982 I went to work for Flexcon as a Customer Service Rep. I have been there for 35 years

Q:What was it like going from the High School life to the adult life?

A:I have to admit that it was fun. I got married two weeks after graduation and got pregnant in September. I enjoyed all that.

Q:In college/job/service, was it easy to get settled down and find where you fit in?

A:The job at Flexcon took sometime to get used to it and fit in because I had been a stay at home Mom for 6 years. Was tough getting back into the work force plus hard leaving my two sons during the day.

Q:What has been the biggest thing to happen to you since you left?

A:2 sons and 6 grandchildren.

Q:Have you traveled? If so, where?

A:Bermuda, Vegas, Niagara Falls, all over New England, Disney World, Hershey PA, Georgia, Lake George NY.

Q:Were there hiccups, or struggles along the way?

A:Unfortunately in 2005 my husband and I got divorced. I am now married to Paul Gregoire who graduated in 1976

Q:What’s your favorite thing about being out of high school?


Q:What do you miss about High School?

A:The friends that have moved away

Q:Any advice for current students at DPHS?

A:Work as hard as you can. I got very good marks but when I look back, I think I could have worked harder and gotten even better. Also, make sure to go to college if you don’t have a trade. College equals more opportunities and better salaries.

Q:Are there any teachers that you would like to say some kind words to?

A:Susan Rivers was one of my favorites. Still enjoy reading all the time and the help she gave me in Speech Club has been very helpful in my career.

Q:What was your best memory from Prouty?

A:There were lots but the graduation and graduation parties were great because of the unity.

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