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•   Mike Foresman  6/21
•   Wayne Bill  2/25
•   Mary Kay Sperling (Rose)  2/19
•   Anita Dennison (Oberwetter)  2/19
•   Jerry Swanson  2/9
•   Eileen Taylor (Palsgrove)  9/26
•   Carol Spivey (Pierce)  9/22
•   Judy Stark (Barnett)  8/31
•   Charles (Chuck) Lockyear  8/28
•   Bill Middleton  8/28
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WHERE WE LIVE


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1 lives in Arkansas
13 live in California
4 live in Colorado
1 lives in Connecticut
1 lives in District Of Columbia
16 live in Florida
3 live in Georgia
11 live in Illinois
4 live in Indiana
1 lives in Iowa
5 live in Kansas
1 lives in Maine
2 live in Maryland
4 live in Massachusetts
4 live in Michigan
2 live in Minnesota
2 live in Mississippi
112 live in Missouri
2 live in New Hampshire
2 live in New Jersey
2 live in New Mexico
4 live in New York
1 lives in North Carolina
1 lives in Oklahoma
2 live in Oregon
5 live in Pennsylvania
1 lives in South Dakota
2 live in Tennessee
15 live in Texas
6 live in Virginia
6 live in Washington
1 lives in West Virginia
2 live in Wisconsin
1 lives in United Kingdom
97 location unknown
52 are deceased

MISSING CLASSMATES


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Webster Groves High School
Class Of 1962
ANNOUNCEMENTS

Dear Classmates,

Book Recommendations! With Connections to our 1962 class, Webster Groves, and our world….

North Webster – A Photographic History of a Black Community, Indiana University Press, 1993, by Ann Bottger Morris (our classmate) and Henrietta Ambrose. A vital part of Webster’s local history we all should know. Fascinating reading, sadly reflective of our world back then and still existing. Copies available at Webster Groves Bookshop now!

Cooking Light – Real Family Food – Simple & Easy Recipes Your Whole Family Will Love, Oxmoor House, 2012, by Amanda Haas, daughter of our classmate Jill Newburg Campos. An excellent cookbook, particularly for young busy families – just gave it to my daughter to help out at mealtimes with her three young ones and spouse!

Silent Spring, by Rachel Carson, the 50th anniversary edition, initial publication in 1962. A classic that many of us likely missed (I did), searingly honest, devastatingly predictive, beautifully written, by an enormously brave, nationally recognized author, who put her life and reputation on the line with its publication. Everyone in this country, of every age, should read this book. It exploded onto the scene in 1962, fueling the environmental movement in the U.S., remaining frighteningly prescient and relevant today.
Enjoy!

Patricia Durham

I hope that everyone will send Rich's family a note - he had been struggling for some time and that is why he couldn't make the reunion.  He really wanted to come.  Rich was one of my dear Clark School Buddies!  God Bless Him.

Jerre

 

Rich Hardt passed away yesterday 24 June. Memorial visitation will be Thursday, 26 June at Morizzo Funeral Home, 2550 Hassel Road, Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60169. The obituary can be reviewed on the web. morizzofuneralhome.com The name to search is Philip "Rich" Hardt.

Gordon

From Mary Hoffmann Hunt.

Do you have specific vacation memories from Michigan's Upper Peninsula to share, or tips, or questions?

I'm working on revising Hunts' Guide to Michigan's Upper Peninsula (see Amazon; from 2001) in smaller parts, starting with the Keweenaw Peninsula (where I live, in Calumet), Isle Royale, the Porcupine Mountains and vicinity.

Reader comments make for a way better book! Contact me at huntsguides@yahoo.com or on this message board or by phone at (906) 483-4605 Eastern, but not daytimes.

From Mary Hoffmann Hunt.

Do you have specific vacation memories from Michigan's Upper Peninsula to share, or tips, or questions?

I'm working on revising Hunts' Guide to Michigan's Upper Peninsula (see Amazon; from 2001) in smaller parts, starting with the Keweenaw Peninsula (where I live, in Calumet), Isle Royale, the Porcupine Mountains and vicinity.

Reader comments make for a way better book! Contact me at huntsguides@yahoo.com or on this message board or by phone at (906) 483-4605 Eastern, but not daytimes.

 
 
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