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Carole Ben
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Phyllis Bender
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Barry Bennett
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drbenn84@msn.com (847) 628-6237 2633 Venetian Lane Elgin IL 60124
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Helen Berkovitz (see Memorials)
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Susan Berman (Lanin)
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Elizabeth Bernotus (Koretzky)
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March 08, 1943 domlizkoretzky@juno.com (773) 693-2162 '' Married Horace Mann
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John Berry
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July 09, 1943 johnmberry@comcast.net (954) 857-4200 (954) 366-5954 3091 North Course Drive (806) Pompano Beach FL US 33069 Asst. Racing Secretary (Harness Racing), Auctioneer, Journalist, etc. Married 2 Bryn Mawr Two wonderful sons, John and Mike, three terrific step-daughters, seven grand-children...and a couple of great-grandchildren, too...and, of course, a great "bride" for so many years. To me, this is unbelievable!!!
John lives in Manila, Philippines and works for Coca-Cola while Mike is a Professor of Asian Studies at University of California (Santa Barbara) and is an accomplished author.
(My kids are my "idols" and I often tell that that, when I "grow up," I want to be just like them!)
I was recently elected to harness racing's Communicator's Corner Hall of Fame, located in Goshen, N.Y.
It was a humbling honor!
I have also been an auctioneer for many years and still host some television shows for our Public Television Station in Miami.
I still "call" about 100 races a year for the track to keep my vocal cords and brain active.
With the kids gone, we still have two "children" around the house--Nilla and Pistachio...a cockatiel and quaker parrot that we love.
(Our interest in birds began in 2003 when one flew on my shoulder and "adopted" me!
Life is, indeed, a blessing and, as we all age a bit, I realize that "age" is the price we pay for life!!!
I am very happy that there are still so many "survivors" from our class and grieve about the ones we have lost.
Our class was very special.
Gosh, there are many.
I just came across a picture of South Shore winning the City Bowling Championship in 1959. I was a member of that team...and proud of it!
(I was Illinois State Bowling Champion in 1970 but don't participate much these days.)
Other memories...Col. Applegran the gym teacher...Ms Mooney, English...Ruth Kopel, Algebra...Ms. Curtis, Espanol...Sid Kaz (Phy Ed teacher from whom I heard a few months ago...Roger Lange playing great shortstop for SSHS Baseball team...and Rae Berss, who sat right behind me for four years every morning in Ms. Cormany's homeroom!
There are many others...but...just not enough space here.
It's been a great ride!
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Rae Berss (Winderbaum)
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randm.64@verizon.net (917) 363-4770 (212) 721-9617 600 Columbus Ave., #12G New York, NY 10024 Susie Merlander Dickman, my sweet Chicago cousin, encouraged me to write a profile. Having spent the last hour reading profiles of so many of you, I’m really glad that Susie said, “You should do it.” I must add how terribly sad I felt to read about those classmates who have died.
My life since high school has been a good and productive one. Michael Winderbaum, my college sweetheart at the University of Wisconsin, has been my husband since 1964, and I’ve loved living in his “hometown” of New York City all this time. We do, however, return to Chicago pretty regularly for visits with family and friends. Our lives have been blessed with two wonderful daughters, their terrific husbands and four absolutely precious grandchildren.
My two careers have brought me great fulfillment-----the first in Early Childhood Education, the second in Family Therapy. I still maintain a small private practice. Michael and I have the good fortune to travel frequently, and time now allows me the opportunity to pursue my
interests in architecture, gardening (on my balcony!), museums and the extensive array of opportunities that NYC offers.
I look back on SSHS and fully realize that my education there made higher education a very manageable challenge. The English staff of Mr. Duban, Ms Annan, and Ms Mackie turned me onto literature and the power of effective writing. I can even say that Ms VonB’s having read Julius Caesar aloud to our class fostered my lifelong love of Shakespeare.
And, last, thanks for your note about sitting next to me for four years in homeroom, John Berry. You always got my day off to such a good start.
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