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Captain Lewis G. Joslyn, 91, of Center Barnstead, WWII Navy Veteran, passed away peacefully in his home on December 12 2017 with his family by his side. Born on January 30 1926 in Ipswich, MA, he was the son of the late Ernest and Helen Joslyn. A man of many talents, he leads a long and colorful life. After his military service, he married his wife of 56 years in Nova Scotia where he and his father owned a fish company and he was Captain of the Coastal freighter Delores T. When returning to the states he worked as a machinist at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard and managed a camera shop; then became newspaper reporter / photographer for Union Leader, Haverhill Journal and Haverhill Gazette winning Pulitzer Prize for One story. He then became Industrial and Economic Director for the cities of Haverhill, Lowell and Woonsocket, RI. He had some time as Vice President of a Construction Company as well as a Real Estate Agent. He later started art restoration picture framing shop along with Christmas Tree Farm, finding time to help his son with logging all the base out of the family Farm in Ipswich, MA. Passion for photography took him worldwide and won him awards too numerous to count. Start to finish Building of 2-masted schooner in Essex, MA was record with 4400 photos. He was also an accomplished cook who enjoyed feeding groups of up to 70, then writing and publishing his own cookbook, most recently working on an autobiography until shortly before his illness. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his wife Norma Joslyn. He is survived by his son Glenn and his partner, Collette of Center Barnstead, as well as cousins, nephews in York, ME as well as friends covering the east coast and well beyond. I shall be forever grateful for the principals, values and love that were given to ME by my parents.-Your son and Collette. Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, June 2 2018 from 12: 00pm-2: 00pm at Still Oaks Funeral & Memorial Home, 1217 Suncook Valley Highway, Epsom. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to New Hampshire Veterans Home, 139 Winter Street, Tilton, NH 03267. Assisting the family with arrangements is Still Oaks Funeral & Memorial Home in Epsom. To share memories or offer condolence, please visit www. Stilloaks.
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