CAMDEN – Douglas Franklin Libby, Ed.D., 81, died Saturday, Sept. 9, 2006, at Shore Village Nursing Center, Rockland. Born Aug. 25, 1925, in Hope, he was the son of Douglas F. and Beulah A. (Ellis) Libby. He was a graduate of Camden High School and class president, Class of 1943. During World War II, he served in the U.S. merchant marines in the South Pacific. Mr. Libby’s education included a B.M.S. from the Maine Maritime Academy, Class of 1944; Bachelor of Science in engineering physics from the University of Maine, Class of 1950; Master of Science in education, University of Maine, Class of 1953; doctorate in educational administration, Boston University, Class of 1963; and a postdoctoral degree in higher education administration, University of Michigan, Class of 1962-63. Mr. Libby was the recipient of numerous distinctions and honors, including election to Phi Delta Kappa and Sigma Pi Sigma. He was the founding president of Delaware County Community College, Pa., 1967-1980; vice president of the Junior College District and the director of Florissant Valley Community College Campus, St. Louis County, Mo., 1963-1967; assistant dean and senior instructor of physics and mechanical engineering at Went-worth Institute, Boston, 1956-1962; senior instructor of mathematics, Maine Maritime Academy, 1951-1954; math and science teacher at Winslow High School, 1950-1951. On April 19, 1947, Mr. Libby married his high school sweetheart, Edna Libby, in Camden. Throughout their partnership they summered on Megunticook Lake, Lincolnville. In 1984, Mr. and Mrs. Libby retired to Camden where Mr. Libby embarked upon a second career as a certified financial planner. He was also a member of the Camden Rotary Club, and attended the United Christian Church, Lincolnville. Surviving is his wife of 59 years, Edna R. Libby; three children, Diane E. Dvorak, David E. Libby, all of Camden, and Barbara A. Paulson of Germantown, Md.; his stepmother, Blanche Libby of Camden; one sister, Gladys Sorenson of Pennsylvania; four grandchildren, Kathryn A. Dvorak of Portland, Kimberly S. Dvorak of Appleton, James A. Libby of Cincinnati, Ohio and Lauren E. Libby of Camden; and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his daughter, Cynthia L. Frank in 2000. A graveside service, welcome to all, will be held 2 p.m. Friday, Sept. 15, at Mountain View Cemetery with the Rev. Susan Stonestreet officiating. There will be a reception immediately after the service at the Libby home, 45 Stonehurst Drive, Camden. Memorial donations may be made to Kno-Wal-Lin Home Health Care, 170 Pleasant St., Rockland, ME 04841. Arrangements are with the Laite Funeral Home, 9 Mountain St., Camden.