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•   Michael "Mike" Carter  8/6
•   Ann Lovering Horton  4/22
•   James "Jimmy" Carrigan, Jr.  4/6
•   "Brad" Joseph Stimmel  4/2
•   Gordon Driver, Jr.  4/1
•   Mark Dahlby  3/30
•   Charlene "Char" Behlke (Metcalf-Opel)  3/25
•   Deborah Cunningham  3/21
•   Richard Edward Moulden Jr.  10/3
•   Mark Erb  10/2
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1 lives in Alaska
2 live in Arizona
2 live in Arkansas
8 live in California
3 live in Colorado
1 lives in Connecticut
4 live in Delaware
4 live in District Of Columbia
24 live in Florida
4 live in Georgia
3 live in Hawaii
6 live in Illinois
2 live in Indiana
1 lives in Maine
302 live in Maryland
2 live in Massachusetts
1 lives in Michigan
1 lives in Mississippi
3 live in Missouri
1 lives in Nebraska
3 live in Nevada
1 lives in New Hampshire
4 live in New Jersey
3 live in New York
8 live in North Carolina
3 live in Pennsylvania
6 live in South Carolina
6 live in Tennessee
6 live in Texas
1 lives in Vermont
22 live in Virginia
3 live in Washington
2 live in West Virginia
2 live in Wisconsin
1 lives in Austria
1 lives in France
2 live in Kuwait
1 lives in United Kingdom
173 location unknown
101 are deceased


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The family of Fred Stauffer, whose name is synonymous with athletics at Annapolis High School said Friday he died. Stauffer, was the athletic directior at Annapolis from 1971 to 1999. Before that time he taught a variety of Math classes at  A.H.S.. The longtime Millersville resident was 80 years old. He was a great advocate for Annapolis who earned respect from teachers and students alike.We had invited him to our 50th reunion but due to failing health, he was unable to attend. 


Mr. Stauffer was my Geometry teacher and I became very fond of him. I was never  very good at Math but if you attended class and did the homework, there was no way to not be successful. He was always willing to help you if you needed additional help. He was a wonderful teacher. Even when my children attended A.H.S. and  became active in sports, he would always be there showing support for the students and having fun remembering their parents as well. He will be missed.broken heart

Enid Collison-Lee


I had Mr. Stauffer for tenth grade Geometry. My daughter also had him for Geometry. I was a colleague of his at Annapolis for many years. i always joked with him because he always called me by my daughters name, Julia .I  would say to him that she was the good math student. He was one of the best and worked tirelessly for Annapolis High.The world needs more people like him.

Deborah Makell Gideon

It was so wonderful to see so many of our classmates who attended the 50th class reunion last June in Annapolis. Over 250 classmates and their guests enjoyed a very memorable weekend.

There are still twenty (20) reunion souvenir booklets available for sale at a cost of $8 each. Among other mementos, the booklet includes yearbook photos of most classmates who attended, many current photos of classmates who submitted them and photos remembering classmates who are gone but not forgotten. If you are interested in purchasing a booklet, please contact Marvin Johnson at 

If you are new to our Annapolis High School Class of 1969 website, click the Classmate Profiles link at the top left of the page to create or update your information. If you do not see your name, contact Deborah Cunningham at so she can add you to the list. We will not share your personal or contact information without your permission.

While here, review the list of missing classmates.  If you know someone on the list, please encourage him/her to register for free at this website.  If you prefer and are able to share his/her information, please email his/her present name, name when in high school, mailing address, phone numbers and e-mail address to Deborah Cunningham at and Enid Collison Lee at Also email them any documentation (web link, obituary or funeral program) to confirm the passing of any classmate.  If you have no documentation, please provide the classmate's name, approximate year of death and city/state of residence. 

Please join us and use this free website to stay informed about the Class of 1969 and to ensure you are a part of any future events! The main address is Hopefully that is easy enough for a wonderful group of sexagenarians to remember.

  --Reunion Committee