Brother’s tragic dying impressed this Husson graduate to go after regulation career

Barbara Merkley

Ashley Robinson knew early on she did not want to devote her everyday living fishing for lobster off the Maine coastline.

In its place, she preferred to get absent from the tough financial system and drug problems that plague Down East and took the daily life of her brother five yrs ago.

On Saturday Robinson, 33, joined 850 other Husson University graduates in accepting her diploma at the Cross Insurance Center. She did it donning a necklace with the hues of her late brother’s lobster lure buoys and a 2nd necklace with a miniature of a lobster measuring resource, engraved with his fishing license range.

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