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Sharon Grossman (See Memorials)
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Robert Guy
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February 11, 1943 bguy.1@juno.com (847) 567-9296 112 Srony Mountain Road Tunkhannock PA US 18657 Teacher??? Married 4 Bryn Mawr Highlights? After I pried a degree out of So. Ill. Univ. I needed a reliable career, so I went into show business. I spent 5 years singing at the Metropolitan Opera in NY and toured with dozens of shows. Bored of that I moved to aviation and flew and marketed jet aircraft (with a short stint as an airline captain) for several years. Then settled down to be a purveyor of salt based deicing products in the Northeast. I retired there and now I'm teaching in Tunkhannock's High School.

Somehow along the way, I've become older that I ever thought I'd be.

Looking at the "highlights" it looks like its been a hell of a ride. I guess it has.
The sermon:

Several of you have commented on the special place South Shore was in the late fifties. It certainly was special but it didn't get that way by accident. Our parents created the South Shore we grew up in and maintained it. We need to do the same for our children and grandchildren. So get out there and participate...
Give me an S...Give me an O...Give me a U...etc,etc.

All the best to all.

Bob
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James Haase
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September 15, 1942 k9sixgun1@att.net (630) 234-3863 (815) 729-0063 204 Prideland Dr. Shorewood IL 60404 Chicago Police Officer (Retired) Married 2 Parker 1962-1964 U.S. Navy
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Carol Halter (Peckler)
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February 08, 1943 carolstoffee@gmail.com (847) 635-6039 9143 hollyberry ave Des Plaines IL US 60016 retired Married 2 Horace Mann I found Barbara Click.
My son Brad is an emergency room doctor at Tampa General Hospital and living in St Petersburg, Florida.
My daughter Kim is a professional working in child care in a large hospital in Kansas City, Missouri.
My husband Gary is a retired basketball coach who was honored in the Illinois High School Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
After high school graduation I attended Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. I graduated with a degree in Sociology in 1967. After college I worked for Time Magazine in downtown Chicago. I then moved on to work in a law firm specializing in family law, probate, personal injury, and insurance fraud. I then became a travel agent for conventions all over the country. In addition to the above I also have owned my own baking business called "Sweet After Thoughts". I am still taking orders for my baking business at home.
I can't wait to see everyone at the reunion.
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Sherwin Hammer
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(847) 674-4301 5200 Oakton, #106 Skokie, IL 60077
John Hardin
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3415 McLaughlin Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90066
Diane Harris
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Linda Harris (Haberman)
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aidsedlh@gmail (516) 695-5613 (860) 354-4219 11 Milll Pond Rd Sherman, CT 06784 I started college at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio but by the end of my freshman year, realized it was not the place for me - too many farms for a city person like me - and transferred to U of I. Yes, lots of cornfields but much closer to Chicago. The summer before my junior year, I travelled to New York City with some girl friends and that changed my life. Through a friend, I met Alan Haberman, the man I have been married to for 47 years. I finished college early and in 1965 Alan and I were married and I moved to New York where I have been ever since.
After Alan's stint as a Judge Advocate in the Air Force, we settled on Long Island and in quick succession, I had 3 boys. It wasn't long before I realized that being a homemaker and mother were not going to do it for me for the rest of my life so I went to graduate school. In 1980 I began my career in community health. I first worked for a major hospital on Long Island developing health programming for senior citizens (that's us!)living in the community. In 1991, I started working in HIV/AIDS, an incredible experience that opened my eyes to people and things I had never before encountered. I worked at a county hospital on federal and state grants providing education to healthcare providers on clinical managemnet of the disease When I began my work, AIDS was a death sentence and when I left, it was becoming a chronic condition that, with proper use of medications, people could survive and live with for many years.
In 2005 I retired and since I was living in New York City, started to take real advantage of all that New York offers: museums, classes, all the arts. To me this has been a dream come true. With New York at my fingertips, a home in Ct, and 7 grandchildren all withing driving distance, I am kept awfully busy and wouldn't have it any othe way!
I feel so fortunate to have been at South Shore in the truly golden years. The teachers I loved and hated, the classes that were challenging and those that made us all laugh ( Miss Majors having us throw her money as she danced on a chair), the great social life and the good clean fun we all had, or seemed to have. Since I rarely run into anyone from the old neighborhood, I can't wait for the reunion and a chance to see classmates relive old memories. Growing up in South Shore was a real privilege and it still means so much to me. I even went to a David Mamaet play on Broadway just to hear the actor speak a line about the Jeffery 5 bus!!!
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Ronald Harris
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(847) 966-6054 8811 Washington Niles IL
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