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John Monbouquette, 72Boston Globe Online / Obituaries / John Monbouquette, 72,obt,/dailyglobe2/258/obituaries/John_Monbouquette_72+.shtml,/dailyglobe2/258/obituaries/John_Monbouquette_72-.shtml,,John F. "Jack" Monbouquette, a prominent figure in Massachusetts and international education for 45 years, died Wednesday of colon cancer at his home in West Dennis.He was 72.,16,School administrator,,C,John Monbouquette, 72,9/15/2002,By Globe Staff,>," name=HideFromBrowserForVerity> >
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...John Monbouquette, 72 School administrator
was born in Norwood.He graduated from Norwood High School and from St. John's Seminary in Brighton with a degree in philosophy and classical languages.He received a master's degree in education from the University of Massachusetts and a doctorate in education from Boston College.Mr. Monbouquette's
first teaching assignment took him to Colebrook, N.H., where he
wife, Norma.After marrying in 1956, they returned to Norwood, where he taught Latin and English at Norwood High School.He coached the school's hockey team, which won the Bay State League Championship in 1964, and became principal. In 1976 he joined the Braintree school system in 1976 as assistant superintendent of schools.A year later he became superintendent, retiring in 1991.Mr. Monbouquette was also an adjunct professor at the Graduate School of Education at the University of Massachusetts from 1975 to 1991.After retiring, he established International Educators Services, a consulting firm.He
helped the Massachusetts Department of Education
in its review of statewide school performance.Mr. Monbouquette was a president of the Massachusetts Secondary School Principal Association and a member of the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents and the Educational Foundation of Dennis/Yarmouth.He had a longstanding affiliation with the European Council of International Schools and was president of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.Mr. Monbouquette was a member of the West Dennis Yacht Club, the Waterways Commission in Dennis, the Cape Cod Power Squadron, and the Oak Street Beach Association in Dennis Port.He
wife, Norma Faye (George) of Colebrook, N.H.; three sons, Harold of Santa Monica, Calif., John Jr. of West Roxbury, and Richard of Newton; two daughters, Paula of Dedham and Linda Cangiano of Lawrenceville, N.J.; four sisters, Mary Alice McCormack, Phyllis Palleiko, and Rita Crimmins, all of Norwood
, and Theresa Berrigan of Hingham; and seven grandchildren.
A funeral Mass will be said Friday at 11 a.m. in St. Pius X Church
in South Yarmouth.
This story ran on page C16 of the Boston Globe
on 9/15/2002.© Copyright 2002 Globe Newspaper Company