Elizabeth Stone ... owned Square 1 eatery; at 70

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DOVER - Elizabeth Ann (Atwood) Stone, 70, died on Sept. 17, 2022, at her home with family by her side. She was born on June 23, 1952, in Ipswich, Mass., the daughter of Mary G. (Pooler) Atwood and Robert H. Atwood Sr.

She attended local Barrington schools, Dover High School Class of 1970 and received a BA in history from Harvard University in 1996. She spent 32 years in the hospitality industry including ownership of the Fernald Hackett Restaurant, later Square 1 of Rochester and Albert Einstone's Restaurant of Dover.

In 1998 she began her teaching career at Nute High School in Milton and two years later moved to Dover High School in the Social Studies Department. She remained there for 19 years until she retired. The highlight of her career was her students, one of which was a Presidential Scholar in 2012. She loved teaching and the results showed. She traveled extensively with friends and family seeing much of Europe and the Mediterranean. She is survived by son Ian Stone and his wife Celina of Dover; son Trevor Stone and partner Marisa of Berwick, Maine and Dover; her grandchildren Georgia Stone and partner Mars of Scarborough, Maine; and Stuart Stone of Dover; Sister Margaret McCarthy and husband Gil of Barrington; brother Bill Atwood and wife Pam of Barrington; and many nephews and nieces. In addition to her parents she was predeceased by her brothers Robert H. Atwood Jr and Brian J. Atwood

An unbelievable outpouring of support from family, friends, and the community was with her during her illness for which the family is grateful. We wish her a safe journey to wherever her next destination takes her.

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