May 31, firstname.lastname@example.org(530) 231-56881124 Dartmouth PlaceDavisCAUS95616RetiredMarried2University of Missouri School of Journalism BJ 1965
LT U.S. Naval Reserve (ret.) 1966-69
Married Elizabeth Ann Pierson May 12, 1978 in NYC (and still married!)
Daughter Laura Alice born Aug. 14, 1980
Daughter Anne Pierson born Apr. 6 1982
Homes in New York City 1969-1983
Homes in Darien and Norwalk CT 1983-2002
Country home at Shelter Island NY 1981-1996
30+ year career in advertising and direct marketing as copywriter, creative director, agency president and independent consultant 1969-2002
Realtor in suburban Connecticut 2002-2007
Retired to northern CA in 2007 (Life's good here.)
Our daughters Laura and Anne have matured into two splendid young women who now live one block apart in Fort Greene Brooklyn and who both pursue interesting and creative careers in NYC. They have been my life's greatest reward. Liz and I were thrilled during a recent visit with Laura and Anne in Brooklyn to receive the news of Laura's engagement to Weston Wells. They'll marry in September.
Until today I had not been seriously considering attending the reunion feeling that I would prefer to remember my classmates in their prime at 17 or 18 years old rather than the reality of today's 67 and 68 year olds. However, today I received a totally unexpected phone call from classmate Carol Martin and had such a good time talking with her that I may now reconsider.
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June 05, email@example.com Terry LaneNew LenoxILUS60451Retired from Sony Corp.Married3James MadisonI've been married to my husband Jim for 38 years. We raised Robb (Wasilla, Alaska), Tiffany (Mokena, IL)and Damon (LaGrange Park, IL). We enjoy our 3 grandsons, ages 22, 17 and 10, and our 8 yr. old grandaughter.
In June of 2010, I retired from my position as a buyer of services and supplies for MRO at Sony DADC in Bolingbrook, IL.
My life has been, and continues to be, rich with learning experiences. My loved ones and I are successful and healthy. I feel truly blessed and am grateful. Life is good! The words and mannerisms of Miss Long, Mrs. Majors and Miss Upton seem to have impressed themselves on my memory permanently. They were colorful "characters" that I would probably describe as "awesome" today.
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February 23, firstname.lastname@example.org(847) 924-2009(847) 831-54301895 Cavell Ave.Highland Park, IL 60035Married3Parkside/ColesThe South Shore High School days are long in the past
Oh why did I want to grow up so fast!
The trig test or Saturday night date
Were the worries of the day
Little did I know what was coming my way
So here I am, 50 years after high school
And everything is pretty cool
I have been married for 48 years
Three children and five grandchildren bring me much cheer
I Spent thirty years teaching kids of all kinds
This has always been a passion of mine
Playing bridge and exercise classes keep me on the ball
But being with family and friends(new and old) is best of all
As long as everyone is healthy and fine
Then life is good and that's the bottom line
Wishing all my "old" classmates years filled with health and happiness.
March 20, 1944(708) 361-6459(708) 955-193512930 Seneca Rd.Palos Heights, IL 60643Teacher (retired)Married4Korges ElementaryI have been married to my husband Den for 45 years. We have 4 great kids and 5 fantastic grandchildren (soon to be 6).
I graduated from Chicago Teachers College and taught in the Chicago Public Schools for 13 years before giving my full attention to raising my family.
I have lived in Palos Heights for the last 25 years and I am very blessed to have a close family and loving friends.I have only great memories and experiences from SSHS and look forward to reuniting with many old friends.
December 24, email@example.com(708) 606-17589080 Arbour Walk Dr.FrankfortILUS60423Honcho, retiredMarried3BradwellU.S. Army Reserve 1966-1972. Married since 1971. 3 children, 1 grandchild. Worked family business selling containers 1967-2003. Lived in Hyde Park 1967-85, since then Flossmoor & Frankfort. Who remembers Eddie Spaghetti at Bryn Mawr Bowl?