Ned Calder was the manager of the Collins Fishing Fleet and Cannery from 1952 to 1967 (39).

In 1967, Ned decided that he didn't want to work for Elizabeth Collins Stoddard any more and quit after fifteen years of service. She told him she hoped she never saw him again. Ned moved to Portland, where he got another job (36, 39). Bill Malloy took over his job (4).

When Burke Devlin returned to Collinsport a few months later and started stirring up trouble, Liz feared that he'd try to financially destroy her, so she called called Ned, but he wasn't in. She requested that he call her back as soon as he could, no matter the time of day or night (1, 36). After a bit of phone tag, the two finally got in touch the next day and Liz asked him to return to work for her. He declined, but she convinced him to think about it (37-39).

Liz was once in love with Ned, and he wanted her to marry him (93). However, she turned him down and married Paul Stoddard instead.

Background information and notesEdit

Ned's phone number in Portland was 311-500-098 (41).

In Return to Collinwood it is revealed that Victoria Winters was Liz's daughter from a previous relationship. Ned is the only prior relationship Liz ever acknowledged on-screen (93), so it is quite possible that he was Vicki's biological father.

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