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Merilyn M. Field
(Vermont College), 3/6/2009
(Vermont College), 9/25/2003
James E. Walker
James E. Walker
James E. Walker, 34, of Denmark, Maine died July 2, 2007. James Edward Walker died unexpectedly on July 2, 2007 as a result of the shootings in Conway, N.H. Born in Boston, son of James and Susan Polk Walker, he attended Tamworth, N.H., schools. He graduated from Kennett High School and then started at Norwich University in 1991. He completed his course work for a Bachelor of Science in Business Management in 1997.
He was employed as a store manager at the Army Barrack's Store in Conway, N.H. As a young man, he was a Boy Scout. He played softball for Madison, N.H. He coached girls' softball teams for Denmark and Brownfield.
He is survived by his wife, Tessa; daughter, Alexandra (8); son; Rudolph James (17 mo.) all of Denmark, Maine; his parents, James and Susan Walker; his brother, Adam, of Tamworth, N.H.; his sister, Jennifer Walker Blake and her son Tristan Blake of Wakefield, Maine; his maternal grandmother, Adeline Grosse of Quincy, Mass.; his paternal grandparents, Jack and Myrtle Delude of Tamworth, N.H.; and his wife's grandparents, Rudolph and Jeannette Rogers of Brownfield, Maine.
Merilyn M. Field
Columbus, NC -- Merilyn M. Field, 68, crossed over from this earthly life after a long struggle with lung cancer. She is survived by a beloved husband of 50 years, Robert Clark Field. The families of her two daughters, Heather and Vince Benedetti, grandchildren Clark, Katelyn, Eli and Susanna Benedetti, Lauren and Stan Halbkat, and grandchildren, Allington and Robert Halbkat, and all those who will miss her presence. She loved and was much loved by her friends, family, students and all those whose lives were touched by hers.
A native of Jackson, MS, Merilyn received a Registered X-Ray Technician diploma, and she spent the early years of her life as a wife and mother. In 1995, she received a BA degree from Converse College, with a major in Psychology and Art Therapy. She received an MA degree in Art Therapy from Vermont College in Montpelier, VT. After receiving her Registered Art Therapy M.A., she subsequently worked with psychiatric and geriatric populations in the Behavioral Health Dept. at Spartanburg Regional Medical Center. In 1999, she became Director of the Art Therapy program at Converse College. She held that position, establishing many internships and relationships between students and organizations needing Art Therapy within the community. She was the President of the Art Therapy Association, and during her professional life she curated art shows displaying art work of Alzheimers, Geriatrics, Art of the Outsider, work of Cancer patients, dream work of college students, and exhibiting her own style of using art to grieving individually and for the collective. She retired from Converse in 2007.
No funeral services are planned. A gathering of family and friends will be held at a future date to celebrate her life. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to Hospice of the Carolina Foothills, 130 Forest Glen Drive, Columbus, NC 28722.