The "10 Most Intriguing People in Maine," including: Elizabeth Comeau, 25, of Ch
The "10 Most Intriguing People in Maine," including: Elizabeth Comeau, 25, of Chelsea, the country's first "in vitro" fertilization baby; Carol Sipperly, co-owner of The Flower Shop in Winslow and one-time Assistant U.S. Attorney in Manhattan; actor Chris O'Donnell, who visits the Fentress family home in Isleboro with his wife, Caroline Fentress; U.S. Ambassador to Venezuela, Patrick Duddy, a Bangor native; Jenny Bicks, a part-time Castine resident and writer and producer of TV's "Sex and the City" and "Men in Trees;" Cindy Blodgett, 32, of Orono, head women's basketball coach at UMaine; accountant Joe McNulty of Cape Elizabeth, who with Mick Fleetwood is contesting the BBC for ownership of rock archives; Tony Wolfinger of Waterboro and Steve McKenna of Shapleigh, whose attempt to set a world record crossing North America by snowmobile was accomplished by McKenna alone; and State Representative Donna Loring, who wrote legislation aimed at educating school children about Maine's Wabanaki heritage.
Bocal, Elisabelle; Barnett, Amy Louise; Parsons, Abby; and Harris, Benzo, "The "10 Most Intriguing People in Maine," including: Elizabeth Comeau, 25, of Ch" (2007). Maine News Index – Portland Monthly. 1368.