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Coincidence
Thursday, 30-Mar-2000 16:34:02
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    128.175.104.56 writes:

    Kevin - Very nice website and great idea.

    I just happened to stumble into a link through Iwon hooking me up with a reunion-type site two days ago. Yesterday, Pat Walker sends me a message about this site so I checked it out. I go to get my hair done after work and who do I bump into but Anne French! Talk about coincidence! She asked me if I knew about this website! Too weird!

    Anyway - hi to all to you fifty-somethings!

    Louise Talarowski Jones

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Reunion
Wednesday, 29-Mar-2000 22:33:39
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    152.163.204.203 writes:

    A big, combined reunion is a great idea! I always thought that the organizers of the last reunion just got burned out (they ARE a lot of work!).

    How about '65 to '68 or something really big? The turnout will get smaller as we get older.

    Hiring a company is a great idea. How are they paid? Do we need a financial commitment from a certain number before they can proceed?

    Can I help? Northern Virginia is not so far away.


    Laura (Green) Jones

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Fern Breslow
Tuesday, 28-Mar-2000 21:16:26
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    209.63.15.44 writes:

    Last address for Fern Breslow ( as of approx. 1994) 6435 E. Tufts Ave. Englewood Colorado 8011

    Lee Furlong

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reunion
Saturday, 18-Mar-2000 10:14:57
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    152.163.204.183 writes:

    Shall we call this the "33 and one third reunion"? I live 45 minutes from BHS, but certainly have the space for a bonfire if anyone wants to bonfire and tailgate!
    Kathy

    Kathy Lloyd McCormcik

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Brief comments
Saturday, 18-Mar-2000 01:59:28
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    205.188.195.24 writes:

    Nice idea -- this website. The 20th year reunion was really super. I also attended the 25th. Thought I must have missed the 30th. I'd love to get together for another one soon. Thanks to Kathy Lloyd McCormick for letting me know about this and thanks to Kevin for creating it!! Sue





    Suzan Atadan Barnes

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"Time is on our side, yes it is..."
Thursday, 16-Mar-2000 19:09:25
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    205.188.199.38 writes:

    Hi all! Candy told me about this page. We both say kudos to Kevin! Yes, it is time to get together! I have kept up with Sue Atadan, on tour with Braodway's Les Mis, and thru Sue saw Valerie Nelson. Also, Jack Harris ('66 or '65)and I touch base on occassion. Jack is writing books --- of course! And, his sister Susan is still in the area. It seems as if whenever Candy and I visit Mom and Dad, Gregory Golden is next door visiting his folks. I have been back in "the building" while monitoring for the Dept. of Ed.or while going to events that my niece is in. No,the facility hasn't changed. It is more than dismaying, though, to see so many trees in the front lane.
    So let's do it, guys! Let's grab the school for a Saturday and try to get some warm bodies in a common place so we can make plans for a real deja vu bash!
    Has anyone heard from our exchange students Paive or Paco?
    Kathy Lloyd McCormick


    Kathy Lloyd McCormick

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SS
Monday, 13-Mar-2000 10:28:50
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    206.151.68.88 writes:

    Oh yes, I did talk with Alison Goeller--she was and maybe still is in Wilmington visiting her mom--she took a semester off from teaching in Europe and is visiting some friends and family.
    She lives in Heidelburg, Germany. She has e-mail, but might be changing providers. Will try to give you an update on that.

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more Sucessful Searches
Monday, 13-Mar-2000 10:23:48
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    206.151.68.88 writes:

    Well, I finally got to talk with Nancy Campbell. That girl is still with TWA after 28 years. That might be a good contest for reunions--how long you were at one job--'cause there's not much of that these days. Anyway, she just moved to Betterton, Md. and commuting to NY where she flies out of to parts unknown.
    I've also got some new addresses on some grads from the address return system with the post office. Some mailings have resulted in addresses unkown, so maybe when I get a bunch we'll post them and see if anyone has a clue where these people are.
    Later, Pat

    Pat

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Amphicar
Monday, 13-Mar-2000 10:16:32
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    206.151.68.88 writes:

    His name was Johnnie Swift and he and his family either sold boats and/or built pools or he later built pools, because he put in my brother, Scott's, pool in North East, Md. I, yes,I, went for a ride in that amphicar--it was neat. We had a red corvair, which we later painted black, I think--goodness who can remember that far back!
    Anyway, when it snowed my dad would let me take it to BHS parking lot and do do-nuts and that's why I'm such a great snow driver. Remember Peggi's Impala with 4 on the floor and she had to have a pillow behind her to reach the floor?

    Pat Fox

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Great website, Kevin!!
Monday, 06-Mar-2000 10:21:47
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    24.92.219.125 writes:

    It's great that more and more classmates are checking in. I've been in e-contact with Noreen Lucas who lives on the other side of Tampa Bay - we're want to get together sometime and chat up old times. There seems to be more and more '67 BHS'ers moving to the Sunshine State, we're becoming Delaware South (and New Jersey, New York, Illinois, Wisconsin, too)

    Hello, Tina and John Lee we go back to elementary school, yikes!!

    Art Ringwald and Joanne - hello, hello!!

    Fond memories to all!

    Linda Fuhrmeister Potter

    Linda (Fuhrmeister) Potter

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Planes, Trains and Automobiles
Sunday, 05-Mar-2000 10:18:34
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    208.37.100.221 writes:

    Mostly automobiles. Now there's an interesting thread!. What cars do you remember from the HS era?!.

    I started with a a white '63 Corvair Monza. At one point when it needed a muffler, I told the Midas guy to put on a "glass pack" replacement muffler. The thing sounded like a Mack Truck and you could hear me coming a mile away! I don't think my father ever caught on as long as I didn't rev it up in the drive way. At various times I drove his cool looking burgundy '63 Buick Riveria. It was known as the "Royal Riv" and was pretty fast. That car was used mostly for Prom dates as I remember. Later we got a green '66 Mustang convertible. That was nice for cruising at the beach. I also remember Dave Porter's black Renault named "Waldo". Bill England had a grey Opel we called the "Pel". I think it had a stick shift, so Bill thought he was pretty cool when he "speed shifted" it. I think it had about 24 horsepower so it had a hard time "getting wheels". One time Steve Bruni and I were in Phila at a concert at the Vet and when we came out his '64 Pontiac LeMans had been stolen. I'm sure there are other car stories. How about Jim Seiman's yellow GTO? Who had that Amphicar and later got an electric blue 396 Chevelle?. He would never let anybody smoke in it. There were many other cars. They played an important part in our social life.


    Kevin

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The Brandywine Blazers
Thursday, 24-Feb-2000 11:23:17
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    205.188.193.161 writes:

    My mentors were John Kowveleski and Hal Shiff.
    Not only did I get parts in Camelot and The Music Man, I got to be the first female vocalist
    with the Brandywine Blazers. They encouraged me to go on with my singing after highschool which I did and do still. Joined the Alumni Theater a few years later.I also remain friends with Mr.Modica who recognized my artistic talent early
    on and gave me confidence to expand on that thru-out my life.Thanks Guys

    Terry Yetter

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BRANDYWINES MUSIICAL PRODUCTIONS
Thursday, 24-Feb-2000 10:43:23
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    152.163.213.62 writes:

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Successful Searches
Friday, 11-Feb-2000 11:11:58
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    206.151.67.146 writes:

    Here's an update on Alumni searches. I talked to Elaine Croft and she's living and working in Wilmington. She will try to get on the site asap.
    Also talked to John Lee last evening and he's trying not to get an e-mail address, but he does
    return phone calls and has a fax machine at his
    business.(one of his associates is net literate)
    I "E-d" back and forth with Steve Bruni, who is still at Del Art Museum and told him of the site.
    I mailed a copy of the site's front page to Alison Goeller who is with U of Md in Europe and also to Nancy Campbell who is in NJ, but who recently moved and I hope to get a return address
    for her. If anyone reads this and has info on others, I'll be glad to e-mail or snail-mail this info to them.

    Pat Walker Fox

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Just Checking In
Friday, 21-Jan-2000 19:41:19
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    205.160.71.135 writes:

    Think the new web page is great! Have contacted a couple of our classmates and brought it their attention. Hope they get the chance to check-in.

    All the Best!
    Wes

    Wes Smith

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(No subject)
Tuesday, 18-Jan-2000 17:12:40
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    199.97.48.2 writes:

    hi kevin, this web site is really a great idea.I was a 67 grad -- Nancy Moore (now Gifford).(I was the blonde that drove around in the 57 green cadillac!! -- I hear it's still running somewhere in Wilmington.)I am currently in Albany, New York getting a suntan from the -50 degree weather. I couldn't sign in this am, it said system fault. Noreen Lucas contacted me and told me to e-mail you to "get connected." all best, Nancy


    giffordn@strose.edu

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Hello
Friday, 14-Jan-2000 13:44:30
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    152.85.133.253 writes:

    Got an error message when I submit my bio in vistors section. Like to hear from some old BHS friends.
    Richard E. Sentman
    1706 Woodmead St. SW
    Decatur, Alabama 35601
    (256)355-0682
    Bluefield State College BSEET 1974
    I am a widower but have a fine son named Kevin which is 26 yrs old. I am getting old.
    Have been working for Tennessee Valley Authority at Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant for the last 26 years.


    Richard E. Sentman

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REUNION
Tuesday, 04-Jan-2000 14:25:35
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    206.151.68.88 writes:

    WELL, WE DIDN'T HAVE A 30TH AND WE REALLY NEED TO
    DO SOMETHING--WE'RE ALL ABOUT 50 AND IT'S THE YEAR 2000 --SO WHAT DO YOU ALL THINK ABOUT GIVING
    THE OK TO GET A REUNION STARTED? LOOK AT THE INFO
    KEVIN HAS ABOUT THE REUNION CO IN NEWARK, DE.,
    ALSO IF ANY ONE HAS SOMEONE THAT THEY HAVEN'T SEEN FOR A LONG TIME AND WANTS TO FILL OUT A QUESTIONAIRE FOR "TLC REUNION " THERE IS A POSSIBLILTY TLC WILL COME AND DO A STORY ON THE
    REUNION--GO TO TLC.COM FOR MORE INFO. HOW ABOUT
    EACH OF THE PERSONS ON THE BHS SITE NOW CHOOSE 10 PEOPLE TO CONTACT ABOUT A REUNION AND ALSO TO DETERMINE WHENAND WHERE IT WOULD TAKE PLACE. ALSO WOULD WE WANT TO COMBINE WITH ANOTHER CLASS?
    DON'T DELAY --START TODAY
    PAT

    PAT WALKER FOX

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website
Thursday, 30-Dec-1999 10:08:17
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    216.220.167.235 writes:

    how come i get a front page error when i try to submit my bio in the visitors section?

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memorabilia
Wednesday, 29-Dec-1999 21:11:17
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    206.151.68.88 writes:

    My sister and mother were browsing through a
    what-not-shop in Winchester, Va., when they saw
    this wooden replica of the CHARCOAL PIT--
    naturally they bought it for me and it sits over
    the doorway into the dining room.

    pat fox

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Edward Willing Rememberance site
Tuesday, 17-Aug-1999 18:49:51
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    152.163.201.68 writes:

    Our site has been created because of Edward Willing MIA 7-21-68 in Vietnam. Please visit:
    http://www.homestead.com/gaurdianangels/GsgtWilling.html
    OR Visit our Home Page at:
    http://clix.to/guardianangels
    Guardian Angels-Dedicated to reuniting US Marines
    We have located a dozen or so of his Marine Corps brothers.
    We continue to look for anyone who may remember knowing him.
    Thank you and God Bless our MARINES!

    Hope72168@aol/com

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Email and address locator project
Sunday, 16-May-1999 08:00:24
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    209.143.116.123 writes:

    I'd like to get some help in locating other BHS Class of '67 members current email and mailing addresses to alert them to the Class of '67 website. The internet has search engines designed for that purpose. Due to the hundreds of names (546) for the '67 graduating class and time involved, I would like a few volunteers to break the list down alphabetically and begin compiling. Pls. contact me by email if interested. Thanks for you help!.

    Kevin

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test
Wednesday, 31-Mar-1999 23:55:55
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    209.143.125.33 writes:

    Test for message board

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Favorite Brandywine Teachers or Teacher Stories
Sunday, 07-Mar-1999 23:43:54
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    209.143.125.18 writes:

    Does anyone know what happened to any of the teachers at BHS?. I am amazed that one, Robert Lathrop, is still teaching at Brandywine.

    I remember that one time, Mr. Pro got so mad at our history class that he hit the lectern with such force that it split in half. He reminded me of one of Peter Seller's characters in Dr. Strangelove.

    Mr. Dannaway, a favorite of us Latin students used to sit down sideways in his chair after making a point on the blackboard. One time while sitting down, the chair collapsed, sending him crashing to the floor. Everybody howled, not knowing if he was hurt or mad or what. He got up, smiled and went on teaching. That was real class!.

    It was during Mrs. Ott's class that I distinctly remember people coming in, paying attention for about 5 minutes, then clearing their desk, taking off their glasses, then putting their head down on the desk and dozing off to sleep for the remainder of the class!. People were snoring, it was a riot. The kid next to me kept writing in his notebook; "426 HEMI" over and over again. Poor Mrs. Ott kept droning on. The ironic part was that the subject matter was mildly interesting. Too bad nobody paid attention.

    Kevin

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Nice Website !
Saturday, 06-Mar-1999 21:39:10
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    209.66.32.10 writes:

    Good luck with this site - hope lots of people participate! I am jealous - I am from BHS class of 1971, no website for us so far. Guess I am just too young for this board (LOL) :)


    Becky

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