Sen Davis Presents Legislative Sentiment to Ray Poulin
DEXTER - Raymond Poulin of Ripley was recently honored by area residents as well as the Maine State Legislature upon his retirement as Superintendent of SAD 46. Senator Paul T. Davis, Sr. (R-Sangerville) presented Poulin with a Legislative Sentiment at a retirement party for Poulin earlier in June.
The official expression of sentiment reads as follows:
In honor of Raymond H. Poulin, Jr. of Ripley, on his retirement from School Administrative District #46 where he served as Superintendent. A graduate of Dexter High School, Gorham State Teachers College, and the University of Maine, Ray has dedicated his life to education. In his 38 years as a educator Ray has won numerous awards including; Outstanding Young Educator, High School Principal of the Year, and most recently the Outstanding Leadership and Service Award. Ray is looking forward to his newly appointed position on the Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Advisory Council; and retirement with his wife of forty years, Sandy and their children and grandchildren. We wish Ray luck and thank him for his years of service to our community and our children.
Senator Davis and Ray Poulin have known each other on both a professional and personal level for many years. Davis served on the SAD 4 school board for nine years while Poulin was that district's Superintendent. They also attended area schools together.
Ray Poulin has a strong background in outdoor organizations and was recently appointed as a member of the Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Advisory Committee. An avid hunter and fisherman, Poulin is a member of Ducks
Unlimited, Trouts Unlimited and the Ripley Snowmobile Club.