Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) February 9, 1977, Nashua, New Hampshire Telegraph, Wednesday, February 31 Area Driving Licenses Revoked Thirty one area drivers were among those persons whose licenses were revoked during the past week by Frederick N. Clarke Jr., Director of Motor Vehicles. Losing their licenses for driving while intoxicated were: Charles Barnard, 21, Albert J. Chasse, 18, Michael :B. Doyle, 32, Emile L. Leahy, 20, Arthur L. Lintott, 69, John J. fattelena Jr., 33, and Ben jamin L. Sirois, 32, of Nashua; Richard A. Therrien, 34, Edwin Sybiak, 57, and Marc M. Denny, 30, of Derry; Peter T. Blanchard, 51, Stephen L. Comolli. 29, and Frank Dor man, 22, of Merrimack; Stephen M. Brown, 26, and Mark T. Johnson, 19, of Lon donderry; David C. Alex ander, 38, of Windham; James P. Crowley, 63, of Hudson; and John Stark, 57, of Milford. Those losing their licenses for having three convictions included: Mikel G. Leets, 19, and Glen D. Rockwell, 27, of Nashua; Brian E. Hale, 23, and George A. Dubois II, 20, and Wayne F. Barre Ray Ban Outlet tt, 23, of Derry; Edward J. Buckus, 42, of Londonderry: and Kevin Bujnowski, 19, of Hudson. Losing their licenses under the state’s implied consent law were: William E. Webb, 29, and Laurence D. DeWitt, 45, of Nashua; Ronald Whitten, 48, of Milford; and Brian W. Hermandinger, 27, of Derry. John A. The complete list of revocations follows: Driving While Intoxicated Daniel F. Allen, 24, Port smouth; John M. Angerame, 28, Bethlehem; Riel S. Ar coite, 21, Lawrence, Mass.; William R. Bagley, 3l’, Kingston: Raymond R. Baron, 33, Manchester; Ann H. Barr. 36, Lynchburg, Va.; Danny Bartlett, 24, W. Franklin; Luke Batchelder, 16. Moultonboro; Robert M. Beal, 45, Boscawen; James D. Beaulieu, 20, Marlboro; James J. Beckingham, Jr., 48, Dover; Bruce A. Berchtold, 23. Newmarket; Thomas W. Bernier, Jr., 19, Newmarket; William C. Blood, 29, No. Woodstock; Angela M. 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Mackinnon, 59, Salisbury, Mass.; Charles R. Mann, Bedford; Gerald 0. Manning, 19, Thetford, Vt.; Richard M. Mayo, 27, Newmarket; Corinne E. Merrill, 58, No. Conway; Donald S. Middleton, 20, Maiden, Mass.; Eric J. Miller, 25, Hampton; Edward J. Moran, 38, Ashland, Mass.; Joseph B. Moriarty, 60, Durham; Bruce Munroe, 19, Winchester; Joseph E. Murphy, 26, Warner. Also Joseph J. Nardella, Jr., 23, Lawrence, Mass.; William C. Neil, 20, Gorham; Diane M. Nygren, 21, Stow, Mass.; Joseph M. O’Brien, 40, Manchester; Laurence S. O’Rourke, 61, Manchester; Winona M. Osgoode, 38, Groveton; Harry A. Perkins, 29, Seabrook; Guy P. Pepin, 19, Florence, Mass.; Edward F. Pettipaw, 23, Bellingham, Mass.; Harry A. Pfaff, Jr., 28, Suncook; Nelson R. Porter, 61, Hartland, Vt.; Donald K. Powers, 25, Marlboro, Mass.; Robert Pratt, 43, Concord; Preston Quinley, Jr., 51, Sut ton; John D. Rafuse, 52, Prospect, Ct.; David Record, 36, Auburn; Arnold W. Regent, 34, Tilt on; Robert J. Reinhold, 21, Revere, Mass.; Betty S. Remillard, 23, Manchester; Shawn M. Riley, 24, Cornish Flat; Gottfried Robiller, 42, Fryeburg, Maine; Steven Rocke, 26, Canaan; Douglas M. Also John R. St. Albird, 17, Greenfield; John D., Seeley, Jr., 25, Lee; Emily L. Sheldon, 22, Brattleboro, Vt.; Gary L. Shirey, 20, Port smouth; Harry D. Smith, Jr., 46, Quincy, Mass.; Herbert J. Softy, Jr., 24, Littleton; Paul F. Stevens, 31, Kittery, Maine; Richard Stewart, 25, Northfield; Glen Swan, 21, Allenstown; Peter R. Thomas, 20, Hingham, Mass.; Teresa Tomaskovic, 19, Manchester: Richard Tonkin, 24, Concord; Joseph S. Tracey. 49. E. Hartford, Ct.: William E. Tracey, Jr., 26, Winthrop, Mass.; Edward R. Vicsek. 20. Hampton; Norman J. Turgeon, 30, Manchester; Graham Watson, 23, Colebrook; Robert C. Welch, 29. Quincy. Mass.: Stanton L. Wentworth; 30, Alton; Tracy Wolf, 22, Concord; Thomas M. Wright, 22, Manchester; Henry M. Williams, 74 Ashuelot; Clarence T. Wyatt, Jr., 31, Milton; Bernard E. 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