Happy 100th, Doris McQuade Rebidue ’34!

Doris McQuade Rebidue ’34. (Norma Walker photo)

Doris McQuade Rebidue celebrated her 100th birthday on July 31st, and was awarded a special KSC certificate for achieving that rare milestone. Doris graduated from what was then Keene Normal School in 1934 and started teaching is one-room schoolhouses in Lyndeborough. In 1949 she started teaching sixth grade in Milford and became one of the school’s first woman principals in 1958. She retired in 1978, and has traveled the world, visiting Australia, New Zealand, and Italy when she was 92. She still keeps busy, though she sticks a little closer to home these days, since she has a commitment to play cards twice a week.

3 thoughts on “Happy 100th, Doris McQuade Rebidue ’34!

  1. Aunt Doris, we were so proud to help you celebrate your birthday. You are an inspiration to us all – I like your statement when asked how you stay so young “I get up in the morning, and I don’t sit down”. Love you

  2. How wonderful that you have celebrated 100 years!
    So glad to have worked for you in 1975 and to see you were able to see the world after retiring. WOW!

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