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01/15/08 01:14 AM #1    

Donna Rotunda

Welcome to the Dryden High School Class of 1983 forums. Please press "Post Response" to participate in the discussion.

03/27/08 04:12 PM #2    

Melissa Cooper (Gibson)

Hey everyone this looks like a great way to keep track of old friends and classmates. I've added my information and a couple of photos. I haven't changed a whole lot, just gotten bigger (I'm sorry to say). Looking forward to seeing shots of everyone else as well.

11/03/08 03:44 PM #3    

Allison Telford (Fedigan)

I just looked at the pictures from the reunion and am so bummed I couldn't be there. Some haven't changed a bit, others I wouldn't be able to pick them out on the street!! It looks like all had a good time..can't wait for the next one, I'll definitely be there!!

11/03/08 08:18 PM #4    

Pamela Dunn

The photos of the reunion were great. Sorry I couldn't make it. It looks like everyone had a wonderful time. The profiles are great to catch up on what everyone has been doing since our Dryden High days. Hopefully I'll be able to make the next one.

11/04/08 11:32 AM #5    

Christine Sears (McGroder)

The pictures are great! I wish I could've been there Saturday night also. I had a great time catching up with everyone on Friday night. I'm looking forward to the next reunion - let's see if we can get even more of us to attend. It's a great opportunity to catch up with old friends!

03/17/09 06:27 AM #6    

Tina Little (VanDerveer)

Malcom J. Head, age 82 of 8300 Fenway Road, Bethesda, MD, died of metastatic lung cancer on Friday, February 27, 2009, at Suburban Hospital in Bethesda, MD. Born in Otisco, NY, Mr. Head was raised in Marcellus, NY, and graduated from Marcellus High School. He left Syracuse University to enlist in the U.S. Army and served in Europe during World War II. After the war, he married and raised four children in Ithaca, NY, while working in the natural gas industry. He served on the fund-raising committee to establish St. Catherine of Siena Church and was an active participant in parish affairs. He graduated from Ithaca College in 1971 and began a second career as a high school history teacher at Dryden High School, Dryden, NY, where he later became head of the Guidance Department. Among his many responsibilities, Mr. Head was especially dedicated to ensuring that the educational needs of the school's special needs children were met. After he retired in 1996, Mr. Head relocated to Bethesda, MD to be near his daughters and grandchildren. He served as a vice president of his local community association for five years. Mr. Head was a devoted father and grandfather, an avid gardener and a great chef. Family and friends will remember him for his exceptional friendliness and kindness and as a source of strength, stability and calm.
He is survived by his wife Doris, their four children, Mary S. Head, of Bethesda, MD, Anne L. Head, of Yarmouth, ME, Elizabeth J. Head, of Rockville, MD, and Christopher J. Head, of Denver, CO, and four grandchildren.
A funeral mass was held at Our Lady of Mercy Chapel in Potomac, MD, on February 28, 2009. Interment will be held in April at Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Silver Spring, MD.
The family requests that any donations be made to Doctors Without Borders, P.O. Box 5022, Hagerstown, MD 21741-5022.

03/18/09 06:50 AM #7    

Tina Little (VanDerveer)

FORMERLY OF FREEVILLE - Dorothy Mae Broadwell passed away on Friday, March 13. She is survived by a daughter, Judi Brownell and son-in-law, Gary. She is also survived by two grandsons. Conor Brownell is an attorney with Ganz, Wolkenbreit, & Friedman in Albany, New York. Cody Brownell, an Assistant Professor of mechanical engineering at the Naval Academy, lives with his wife, Jamie Trevitt, in Annapolis, Maryland.
Dorothy was born in Birmingham, Alabama, and grew up in St. Louis, Illinois. She was an accomplished dancer and spent a summer dancing with the New York City Rockettes. Dorothy graduated from Indiana State University where she earned degrees in physical education and English. It was there she met her late husband, Herbert Ellsworth Broadwell, who brought her to Ithaca when he took a position on the faculty at Ithaca College in 1947. Soon after, Dorothy joined the English Department at Dryden High School where she taught for over thirty years. Dorothy and her late husband, Herb, were long-standing members of the Ithaca Country Club and, after retirement, spent their winters in Davie, Florida. More recently, as a resident of Longview, Dorothy took Ithaca College classes and enjoyed doing crossword puzzles and writing poetry.
Funeral services will be at 11 a.m., Saturday, March 21, 2009, at the Perkins Funeral Home. Burial will be later at the convenience of the family. Friends are invited to call from 10 to 11 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home, 55 West Main St., Dryden.

12/20/10 05:20 PM #8    

Penny Carr (Hill)

Hello everyone, hope all is well with you all!  I am doing great! The best thing about life is having grown children and two new grand daughters!  I never thought I would enjoy being a grandma so much!  I am very proud of all my children, my oldest Vance is married to Cassandra, with one of the grand babies Aubrille Lee Lynn Dixon, she is so beautiful!  He will miss out on seeing her grow for a year while serving in Afganistan one more time.  I'm sure it will beeven harder than the last time!  Sarah Lynn is the proud momma of Kae Ann, born 6 weeks later.  Kae and Sarah had a very rough start, they are doing just fine now.  Sarah has a very wonderful husdand Patrick.  Bryce Aaron lives in Florida doing just great.  Duane Jr. works at Gutchess Lumber, he working his but off.  Wesley Scott is 17, going on 25.  He is an avid hunter and outdoor country boy!  My best outdoor hobbies are gardening and riding my horse, Willy Nelson with my husband, sister, sister-in-law and friends!  Can't wait until spring gets here!

05/04/11 02:51 PM #9    

Donna Rotunda

Our hearts go out to the Castrenze family from the sudden loss of Chris Castrenze on May 2, 2011. Brother of our classmate Andy. Chris lived in Jupiter, FL

07/15/17 07:11 PM #10    

Tina Little (VanDerveer)

'Little' Joe R. Middleton, 52, Massena
Saturday, February 4, 2017 - 5:17 pm

MASSENA -- Mr. Joe R. Middleton, 52, of 243 Center Street, unexpectedly passed away Tuesday afternoon, January 31st, at his home.

There will be no calling hours or funeral services.

Arrangements are with the Donaldson Funeral Home, Massena.

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