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•   Emily Lang (Ness)  10/19
•   Gary Nicolay  10/16
•   James Myers  10/11
•   Stephen Lehrer  10/10
•   Elma Kruse (Diamond)  9/27
•   Sherry Schaim (Chase)  9/20
•   Robert Cettel  9/16
•   Robert Chapman  9/15
•   Mike Davis  9/12
•   Janis Epperson (Epton)  9/6
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•   Tami Goldfarb (Skelly)  10/27
•   Beverly Bushman (Anthony)  11/5
•   Sherry Metz (Levin)  11/7
•   Fred Fischer  11/9
•   Gail Kelley (Davis)  11/10
•   Phyllis Dobrin (Leibson)  11/12
•   Jill Gaible (Scheidt)  11/14
•   Lynda Skurow '66 (Deuble)  11/14
•   Rita Myerson (Herson)  11/15
•   Gary Gordon  11/16
•   Sandy Kirschner (Wyatt)  11/17
•   Jane Spreckelmeier/Jacobs (Matzkow)  11/18
•   Bari Fink (Silver)  11/22
•   Carol Knoop (Ebacher)  11/22
•   Kathleen Lingrosso (Ohradzansky)  11/24
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

2 live in Alabama
1 lives in Alaska
9 live in Arizona
19 live in California
3 live in Colorado
1 lives in Delaware
1 lives in District Of Columbia
36 live in Florida
8 live in Georgia
4 live in Illinois
9 live in Indiana
3 live in Kansas
19 live in Kentucky
1 lives in Louisiana
1 lives in Maine
8 live in Maryland
3 live in Massachusetts
5 live in Michigan
2 live in Minnesota
4 live in Missouri
3 live in Nevada
1 lives in New Hampshire
2 live in New Jersey
9 live in New York
7 live in North Carolina
213 live in Ohio
2 live in Oklahoma
3 live in Oregon
6 live in Pennsylvania
4 live in South Carolina
4 live in Tennessee
10 live in Texas
6 live in Virginia
6 live in Washington
1 lives in West Virginia
1 lives in Cayman Islands
1 lives in Mexico
196 location unknown
106 are deceased



Percentage of Joined Classmates: 48.7%

A:   303   Joined
B:   319   Not Joined
(totals do not include deceased)

The building is gone but the spirit of the Woodward Class of 1965 lives on.  

Your Service and Your Sacrifice *
We continue to appreciate and enjoy our freedoms because of the dedication and sacrifices of women and men who serve, and served, our country and whose sacrifices and contributions ensure those freedoms so essential to meaningful and respectful living.  

With Veterans’ Day approaching
--  Thursday, November 11, 2021  -- 
the Woodward High School Class of 1965 would like to take this opportunity to thank our classmates who serve, served and sacrificed for America and Americans in the Regular, National Guard, and Reserve Components of the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Space Force and Coast Guard.

We deeply appreciate your military service and the sacrifices you made to insure the freedoms we enjoy and to protect our country. 

Thank a Vet today . . .


And, don't forget your family members and friends who serve and served.

Be sure to thank them, too.  

In 1918, this date was known as Armistice Day, a special day established to commemorate the temporary cessation of hostilities during World War I, which went into effect at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month. Through the years, this observance has evolved into what is now known as Veterans Day, a day set aside to recognize, say "Thank you", and pay homage to all the men and women who have honorably worn the uniform of the United States Armed Forces. 

Guess who has moved to Costa Rica.  (or did the title of this announcment give it away).  

Click   >> HERE <<  to read an article - written by classmate Iris Ruth (Levine) Pastor - about

Mark Silverstein's move to Costa Rica.

Click  >> HERE  <<  to follow Mark's adventures on Facebook 

Our classmate, Chick Freund, has had his first book published.  

for a 7-minute trip into another dimension,
a dimension not only of  sight  and  sound
but of  mind!
A journey into a WONDROUS  LAND
whose boundaries are only those of
your memories. 
Your next stop  ...    the 1950s!
                   When you get to the site, click  
Turn the sound on ... you'll probably like the music, too.  
Thank you, Shiela Freeman. 

Let's dance ... 


In addition to her work with various charities, helping with our Zoom sessions and planning class gatherings, April (Dombar) Davidow is also an accomplished sculptor. 
Here's just one example ⇒

If you have something you'd like to share with classmates, 
click here ⇒   & let us know. 
We'll be in touch to see what can be done. 


Do you enjoy the beauty of nature?
Are you interested in and concerned about the environment?  
If you answered "Yes" to those questions
would like to bring vibrant colors and intricate designs of the underwater world into your daily life while contributing to an environmental cause ...
our friend and classmate Sheila Freeman has created a way for you to do both.  Sheila has combined her award-winning design skills to bring exciting, natural design and colors found in endangered fish.  A percentage of the net proceeds are donated to an environmental cause, helping to clean up our oceans and protect these endangered fish.  



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You can do that by posting a message on the web site.  
You'll be asked to log on, if you aren't already.  

Where did everyone go?   To find out ... 
. . . click    Show Classmates on map