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  1. Patricia M. Collins is an American civic leader and politician who served as the mayor of Caribou, Maine from 1981 to 1982. She has chaired numerous local and state boards and organizations, including the Caribou School Board, the Maine Committee for Judicial Responsibility and Disability, Catholic Charities Maine, and the University of Maine Board of Trustees.

  2. › wiki › Carol_KaneCarol Kane - Wikipedia

    Actress, comedian. Years active. 1966–present. Carolyn Laurie Kane (born June 18, 1952) is an American actress and comedian. She became known in the 1970s and 1980s in films such as Hester Street, for which she received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress, Annie Hall, and The Princess Bride.

  3. ROBERT D. COLLINS, ) Case Nos. 970707-CA ( 964300201 Petitioner and Appellant, ) vs. ) PATRICIA M. COLLINS, ) Priority No. 15 Respondent and Cross-Appellant. ) A husband and wife prepare for a divorce trial and appear to Court. The Court advises them that they can either save money by stipulating to issues or fight

  4. But Micheal was married to his ex-wife Patricia M. Finnegan for nearly six decades, fifty-seven years to be precise. The former lovebirds said ‘I Do’ and officiated their wedding in 1957 and cherished their romantic bond until 2014. In their long-term married life, the then-couple got blessed with a son named Michael Collins and two ...

  5. Patricia M LARE was born Martha Mary COLLINS in December 1900. She emigrated with her mother, Kate Affra (nee HILLS) and sister Olive Violet in 1919, following her brother, Sydney Harold, his wife Ellen and their daughter Jane, then age 6. Two other brothers, Walter and Colin, were already settled in North America. ...

  6. However, his wife Patricia died back in 2014. Much information about his wife’s death has not seen the limelight yet. Michael Collins and his wife had three children, Kate Collins, Ann Collins, and Michael Collins. Talking about Michael Collins’ family, he was born to James Collins, an Army official.

  7. Ninetta May "Nettie" Runnals (January 14, 1885 – June 1, 1980) was an American academic and college administrator. She served as Dean of Women at Colby College in Waterville, Maine, her alma mater, for 27 years, advocating for gender equality for women students and faculty members.

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