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•   Lauren Gennrich (Radcliff)  5/29
•   Donna Kornely (Pasterski)  6/5
•   Sandra Place  6/5
•   Audrey Dallmann (Becker)  6/6
•   Darel Toebe  6/7
•   Janis Kleman (Reich)  6/14
•   Arthur Brandl  6/15


Percentage of Joined Classmates: 46.9%

A:   199   Joined
B:   225   Not Joined

On Memorial Day we honor the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. Military. Let us also honor those who served but did not die in service. Let us honor those who came home with silent, chemical injuries that didn't manifest for decades and led to debilitating and deadly health problems ranging from diabetes and heart disease to Parkinson's disease and various forms of cancer all due to Agent Orange exposure in Vietnam. We know that at least 100 members of our class served in the military; over 20 of them have passed. Their names won't go on the Wall in Washington nor will they receive a Purple Heart for these combat 'wounds'; nevertheless, they also deserve to be honored and recognized on Memorial Day.


   Manitowoc Lincoln High School was built on Roeff's Hill along scenic Lake Michigan. The original part if the building was completed in 1923, making that part of LHS the oldest standing public high school in the state of Wisconsin. The gothic style building was designed by the Chicago-based architectural firm of Perkins, Fellows & Hamilton, and its campus was designed by landscape architect, Jens Jenson. Lincoln High occupies 19 acres of land on the south side of the city. School colors are red and white, and the team name is "Shipbuilders"; however, we are better known as the "Ships."

Join us in only 426 days for our 55 Year Reunion Celebration!