Bangor High School (Maine) - Notable Alumni

Notable Alumni

  • John F. Appleton (Civil War general)
  • Taber D. Bailey (President of the Maine Senate)
  • John Baldacci (Governor of Maine)
  • Charlotte Blake Brown (early female physician)
  • Gene Carter (Associate Justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court; U.S. District Court Judge)
  • William S. Cohen (U.S. Senator and Secretary of Defence under President Clinton)
  • Lennie P. Copeland (early female mathematics professor)
  • Marcus Davis (mixed martial artist)
  • William Hammatt Davis (Chairman of National War Labor Board under President Roosevelt)
  • Henry Payson Dowst (short story writer)
  • Fannie Pearson Hardy Eckstorm (non-fiction writer)
  • Adam Goode, member of the Maine House of Representatives
  • Bettina Gorton (First Lady of Australia)
  • Hannibal E. Hamlin (Maine Attorney General, President of the Maine Senate, son of Vice President Hamlin)
  • Robert N. Haskell (Governor of Maine)
  • Earle M. Hillman (President of the Maine Senate)
  • Carl Frederick Holden (U.S. Navy admiral)
  • Blanche Willis Howard (novelist)
  • Matt Kinney (Major League Baseball player)
  • Wayne Maunder (television actor)
  • John R. McKernan (Governor of Maine)
  • Mary McSkimmon (President of the National Education Association)
  • Hiram Francis Mills (engineer, and founder of the Lawrence Experiment Station, where drinking water was first purified)
  • Mameve Medwed (novelist)
  • Edward P. Murray (Associate Justice of Maine Supreme Judicial Court)
  • David Richard Porter (Maine's first Rhodes Scholar)
  • Jonathan "Gabby" Price (head college football coach)
  • Abraham M. Rudman (Associate Justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court)
  • P. David Searles (Deputy Director of the Peace Corps and Deputy Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts)
  • Mark Shedd (School Superintendent of Philadelphia; Connecticut Commissioner of Education)
  • Gerald Talbot (Maine's first African American state legislator)
  • Dwinel F. Thompson (professor of descriptive geometry, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
  • Walter F. Ulmer (Lt. Gen.) (Commandant of Cadets at West Point)
  • Artemus E. Weatherbee, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, and Director of the Asian Development Bank with rank of ambassador
  • Charles Huntington Whitman (professor of English literature at Rutgers University)
  • Donald Norton Yates (U.S. Air Force general)
  • Elmer P. Yates (U.S. Army general)
  • Edwin Young, dean at the University of Wisconsin and President of the University of Maine

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