Class of 1966

Nicholas Rochester, Class of 1966, and his wife, Marsha, are donating some beautiful Hemerocallis to Phelps. The Rochesters have grown and registered several new species of Hemerocallis that you can find on the Daylily Society Website (2/29/2012)



Nicholas writes, “Presently I have a store selling fine jewelry, gems, crystals, minerals, and fossils.  I have a degree in Geology from Northeastern University in Boston (excellent university).  I have worked professionally in the oil fields of Venezuela and eastern Texas, did a stint as a curator of Geology, was a professional independent consultant, and more.  I taught exceptional students part-time for a while.  Having excellent grades at Phelps helped in becoming an educated adult.  At 61, I remember hard and easy times at Phelps.  Visit my store!  Enjoy life!  (Rochester’s Eclectic Emporium in Oxford, ME).” 3/31/08