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•   John Ham  11/17
•   Joan Movroydis (Umhoefer-Mahler)  9/17
•   Deborah Jacobson (Freeman)  9/3
•   Monna Spiering (Nabers)  4/15
•   Charles Tinder  2/10
•   Gail Hayek  1/19
•   Mike Kling  10/26
•   Bob Wilcox  8/22
•   Gloria Schleicher (Priefer)  7/5
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5 live in Arizona
7 live in California
2 live in Colorado
6 live in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
1 lives in Illinois
1 lives in Iowa
1 lives in Maryland
1 lives in Michigan
3 live in Minnesota
2 live in Nebraska
2 live in New Mexico
3 live in North Carolina
1 lives in South Carolina
2 live in Texas
1 lives in Virginia
3 live in Washington
84 live in Wisconsin
1 lives in Austria
133 location unknown


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Menomonee Falls High School
Class Of 1963

...........  COME to an informal gathering of the class of 1963 at the Village Bowl on Friday, July 25th at 7:00pm. This year beverages will be on your own but we will collect $5.00 at the door to cover food.  We hope to see you there! ....


It has been sometime since I updated this but sorry folks I have been busy. First off I went to Austria to surprise/visit Moni (our foreign exchange student for those of you who don't remember).  It was her 70th birthday and her son asked if I had time to come. Well Moni and I had a wonderful time and we talked and talked, after all it had been 8 years since we had seen each other and we had to catch up on all the events on both sides of the ocean.  It was great and I loved seeing how her kids and their kids had grown.  She has a twenty something granddaughter who is a nurse an a 4 month old grand son. Some age span but then her own children are each 6 years apart. When I went in March they were already into Spring and I projected about 6 weeks ahead of Wisconsin's weather.

The second adventrue Georgia proceed to do was to become a farmer of sorts.  Since my dog is a digger I couldn't plant in the ground but needed to use pots and since this was the first time I really had the time I went nuts.  If everything bears fruit I will have way too many tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers and even beans, radishes and some asian vegetables but it was fun.  And do I have pots ---on both sides of the house and in the back. So far the beans and peass have been great. I noticed some cucumbers are really to go as is a kolorabi. Yum!

I on sadder note Jim Freeman passed again.  That makes 3 since our reunion. 


Hi did you know that Phyllis and I are birthday buddies . Our mothers shared
The hospital room what a special moment.