Ernest Calvert was the son of Lucien Calvert, the father-in-law of Joanie Calvert, and the grandfather of Norrie Calvert. He is the former manager of the Food City supermarket, and a resident of Chester's Mill, Maine.
Ernie Calvert writes the article (in 1963) about Sadie's near-miss when attacked by her husband with a knife.
MENTAL PATIENT SLASHES EX-WIFE, COMMITS SUICIDE
By Ernie Calvert
(JODIE) 77-year-old Deacon “Deke” Simmons and Denholm Consolidated School District Principal Ellen Dockerty arrived too late on Sunday night to save Sadie Dunhill from being seriously hurt, but things could have been much worse for the popular 28-year-old school librarian.
- Part 6 / Chapter 2
Ernie Calvert is one of the townspeople in Chester's Mill on Dome Day.
The first person to arrive on his side of the barrier was a chubby guy driving an old GMC pickup. Barbie recognized him from Sweetbriar Rose: Ernie Calvert, the previous manager of Food City, now retired. Ernie was staring at the burning clutter on the road with wide eyes, but he had his cell phone in his hand and was ratchet-jawing into it. Barbie could hardly hear him over the roar of the burning pulp-truck, but he made out “Looks like a bad one” and figured Ernie was talking to the police.
- Part 4 / Chapter 7