Thomas Bugbee, 63, of Blue Hill Maine, is Being Charged With Vehicular Manslaughter in Connection With a 2021 Crash
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Thomas Bugbee, 63, from Blue Hill Maine is charged with vehicular manslaughter for an Ellsworth woman’s death following an incident that took place in Surry County Village when he hit another vehicle while passing them on a rural road and caused it to roll over before colliding into another oncoming vehicle driven by Kathleen Anderson – this third vehicle caused her death from being struck from behind.
This collection comprises manuscript material related to Lester Gladstone Bugbee, an historian and University of Texas professor. Items range from 1823-1902 and include correspondence, school records, speeches, research notes, literary productions accounts certificates grade books scrapbooks autograph tracings and newspaper clippings. Open for research. Part of Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
Tom Bugbee had reached his career zenith while working with athletes on both professional and collegiate levels, so decided to change course and pursue another passion – financial services – that combined data analysis with helping others improve their lives.
In 2021, he was driving his Subaru on Surry Road when he attempted to pass several vehicles in the westbound lane. His vehicle struck one vehicle causing it to flip over, followed by striking Kathleen Anderson from Ellsworth who was also driving her own vehicle at that time.
This collection consists of correspondence, photos, drawings and papers related to Jones’s design work as well as drafts of her autobiographical journal and other personal papers. It is housed at the University of Montana-Missoula’s Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library.
Bonner Springs residents hold this distinguished and esteemed individual in high regard; he arrived here in 1903, purchasing both a cottage home and other valuable properties. For twenty years, his general farming and cattle raising operations were highly successful and respected by all.
Dr. Thomas Bugbee is a family physician providing primary medical care to people of all ages. Additionally, he diagnoses and treats conditions/illnesses, as well as referring them to specialists when necessary.
In 1883, he established the Shoe Bar Ranch in Briscoe, Hall and Donley counties of Texas and formed the Word-Bugbee Cattle Company with Charles W. Word of Wichita Falls to graze 26,000 steers on 250,000 acres in Cheyenne country in Indian Territory. Later, he owned an 800-acre farm near Bonner Springs while also operating a 6,000-acre ranch together with William States.
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