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Photo of the Day: Monday, August 6

After 41 years, a Woburn dad graduates college.

 

John R. "Jack" McLaughlin, 67, a lifelong resident of Woburn and a 1962 graduate ofWoburn High School, participated in the 361st Commencement exercises at Harvard Universityon May 24th in which he was awarded his Bachelor of Liberal Arts Degree.
 
Jack is the son of the late John R. and Mary E. (Caulfield) McLaughlin and one of six siblings, Dr. Mary M. McLaughlin, Ruth Walton, Thomas, Gerard and Kevin McLaughlin.
 
He is the husband of Rosemary McLaughlin and the father of three children, Sean, Paul and Lisa (McLaughlin) Charland.
 
Jack's studies have concentrated on the history, governments, cultures, religious diversity and international relations of the Middle East and Far East Regions, with additional focus on the dynamics of Social Revolutions and Global Terrorism.

Jack chose Chinese as his language elective and is proficient in both spoken and written Mandarin.
 
Jack is presently semi-retired, but plans to remain active in Consultant work.

 

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Mary McLaughlin August 06, 2012 at 06:11 PM
Congratulations to my brother Jack!! Our parents valued education immensely and it was our mother's most fervent wish for all six of of her children to graduate from college. Although Jack's education was interrupted when our father had a massive stroke, he has completed it with enormous distinction and earned his degree from Harvard University! We are all SO proud of him. Now all six of us earned college degrees. I am certain that our parents are applauding this awesome achievement from their front row seats in that big grandstand in the sky.
Shannon Sevier August 06, 2012 at 10:14 PM
Congratulations Jack!
charles August 08, 2012 at 10:56 AM
WOW You did it. Congratulations...

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