July 08, email@example.comMarried12012-10-23 13:27:39
I joined NBA Entertainment in 1982 as head of the film archives and became a feature producer, writer and editor. I am currently a consultant with NBAE concentrating primarily on the film archives. I am starting a new enterprise showing historical sports films as part of a streaming subscription website titled goldensportstv.com. It will be showing eight hours of programming per day repeated three times. Family-wise, I have one son, three grandsons and three step-daughters. We were thrilled to welcome Tilden Worth Caso into our family on Oct. 13. My son Stahl has two older sons and looks forward to diaper changing again. Our 50th reunion was great fun and it was an honor to be a part of planning and presenting it. Sadly, it ended with the illness and eventual passing of my dear friend Pete Whitney. He is missed every day.Send Todd a Message
July 15, 1943ccpeelleeditorMarried42012-07-10 14:41:48
Married since 1967 to Hap. 3 daughters, 1 son, 7 grandchildren. A checkered and varied career: EdD in Urban Education, writer and editor in the educational equity field, tutor for UMass Men's and Women's Basketball players, living near Amherst, Mass since 1972. Summers in Maine since 1970. Tennis fanatic and fan, reader. Love a walk in the woods, X-country skiing, taking care of grandkids. Looking forward to our 50th! Everyone take care. Carolyn Send Carolyn a Message
August 18, firstname.lastname@example.org medical technologistMarried32012-07-10 14:45:32
Currently a volunteer naturalist in Sabino Canyon, Forest Service Volunteer Patrol in the Catalina Mountains, Chief Guide for the Southern Arizona Hiking Club and a volunteer in the Butterfly exhibit for the Tucson Botanical Gardens.Send Susan a Message
October 22, email@example.comSemi-retiredMarried22012-07-10 14:42:06
After saying that I would never live and work in NYC, I have done exactly that for 40 years, thanks to my wife who is a city person. It has taught me not to believe in absolutes. What you believe in yesterday be prepared to reject tomorrow and be humble enough to admit that you were wrong. If there is one absolute it is probably family. I try not to take myself too seriously. I am blessed with five grandchildren who have already decided that their grandpa is sillier then they are and for now that is a perfect role model. Looking forward to seeing everyone in October.Send Ned a Message
Semi RetiredWidowed12012-07-10 14:58:07
I can’t believe it’s been 50 years.
1962 - I worked at Burke Rehab Center in White Plains as a nurses' aide for two years.
1965 - I went to Rye Country Day School for an interview to join the Phys Ed Dept. With help from Jeanne Irwin, I got the job and worked there for five years.
1971 - Then the "BIG DAY" happened on August 23, 1971. I gave birth to a baby boy, Charles Christopher Hazzard.
In 1976, I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. I have been in remission since.
I had a nice time with the family for 22 years. Ted got very sick and I nursed him for 10 years.
He passed away in 1989. Then I was on my own.
I went to a care giving agency for five years. Then I worked at a seafood market for five years. (I hate fish but my cat loved me!)
Next, I was a veterinary aide for four years. I loved it..
Now, I am a caregiver on my own and it's a wonderful job. I just love helping people.
2006-2007 - I had two hip replacements. Then in 2009 I had a reconstruction. I tell Jeanne Irwin it was her fault. She ran us to death!
Now, I have a lovely granddaughter who is 4 years old.
I am glad to be with all of you.
Justine Elliott Hazzard
August 16, firstname.lastname@example.org administrationMarried22012-07-10 14:52:10
I have lived most of the past 50 years on a 160 year old farmstead just outside Ann Arbor Michigan. After brief stints in NYC, Baltimore and Bethesda, Maryland, my husband and I fulfilled our 60’s dream of moving to a location where we could be part of a university community and raise our two sons in a rural environment by living on a working farm. (You might remember stories of my raising hogs at one of our earlier reunions – who “woulda thunk!”) We both were drawn to Ann Arbor, where Bill was to be a faculty member at the Medical School and I an administrator for the newly formed UM medical faculty practice plan.
In 1984, Bill died suddenly and tragically, leaving me with the challenge of single parenting two teenage sons, and a heightened responsibility to focus on my career. I am certainly a different person today because of these life changing events.
I have had a wonderful career in health care administration at the University of Michigan and even after retiring in 2001, I have continued to work as a full time consultant to the Health System. It’s hard to believe that Harry and I have been married now for 20+ fulfilling years. Son Will is an attorney, married with two lovely children, living in Baltimore. Ted, also married with two wonderful little girls, has just relocated from San Francisco to Philadelphia as regional sales director for Genentech. Harry and I still enjoy our pastoral life, even if it is our neighbors’ sheep that now are using our pastures and others who are growing their own crops on our land. I am an avid gardener, and enjoy as much time as possible doing outdoor activities. We love sharing our lives with the boys and their families. Happily, there are more convenient and frequent visits now that they both live on the same coast. When we can, Harry and I spend time at our house in the beautiful mountains of Colorado. (Early on, he introduced us all to skiing – and this season all ten members of the Ferris/Brockman/Greenberg family were together on the slopes!).
I am looking forward to catching up and renewing old friendships. See you in October!
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April 28, email@example.comReal Estate Developer/SyndicatorMarried32012-07-10 14:42:16
Hi All. Kudos to those who have worked on organizing this and getting the website up and running! Unfortunately I didn't graduate with you guys - went on to private school for the last year of high school. But Steven's correspondence and the website are evoking fond memories. I'm looking for a "before" photo to include here soon. Regards to all, Kit Hall Send Kit a Message
Linda Hall (Wilcox )
July 28, firstname.lastname@example.orgProperty Manager Divorced22012-11-01 17:14:39
Hi to all my HGHS classmates! I wish I could say I'm retired, but I'm still working full time as a Property Manager at a very high-end condominium on Palm Beach. I am also a caregiver for my 92-year old mother who lives with me.
I have two sons and two granddaughters. Dean and is a professor of theater history and associate dean of students at the Univ. of North Carolina School of the Arts. He and his wife, Sherry, live in Winston-Salem, NC and they have a 16 year old daughter, Emma, who is a very accomplished singer. Glenn is a professor of architecture at the Univ. of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He and his wife, Anca (also an architect) have an 8 year old daughter, Ava, who is seriously into gymnastics.
I have been very fortunate to have traveled extensively over the past 25 years. As well as visiting many parts of the U.S. and a number of countries in Europe, I have sailed with a sailing club in such exotic locations as Tahiti and New Zealand. My passion is photography and would love to become a professional photographer when I retire.
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May 06, email@example.comWidowed2012-07-10 14:53:43
Hello all, after college in Worcester MA I wanted to retire for 10 years (after all it was the 60's), I traveled and worked odd jobs- the army interrupted my fun, I didn't make the 10 years.
After the army was grad school at the U of Montana in Missoula. A summer job in Glacier National Park hooked me for life. I met my wife, Linda at school, we had a wonderful 36 years but Linda passed on in 2009.
I retired as Postmaster in West Yellowstone, MT in 2001. I've been lucky to have career that spans from GNP to YNP.
Living in Montana allows me to indulge myself in the outdoors. I hike, bike, kayak, ski (xc and alpine), life has been good. Since retirement I've worked part time in YNP during summers and guide trips on snow coaches into the park during the winter time, again part time. Winter is a magical time in the parks. Send Tom a Message
Semi-retired Married22012-07-10 14:52:52
How nice to hear from the HGHS class of 1961. Yes, my life has been a real rollercoaster ride and I am still riding hard and strong running a consulting business part time, having fun and semi retired. That speech problem got solved my freshmen year at HG which is one reason I was put back to class of '62. Graduated from the University of Goergia BS in chemistry then the ride got rolling from a Chemist in Manhatten, Food Buyer for University of Michigan, Purchasing Director for Shoney's, Captian D's Reatuarants, Owner of a restaurant/hotel supply house, restaurant (had 2), sold it all and have been in sales for the last thirty years. Married Twice, 2 sons and 2 step daughters all graduated from 4 year colleges. Oldest son a phd working reseach and teaching at Clemson University. Also own and rent 2 condos and learned to paint and clean but now someone else does the dirty work. Well that's it in a nut shell. Wake up, I didn't mean to put you to sleep. Hope all is well with you and yours.
Russ Hitchcock in Madison, TN a suburb of Nashville, TN