Not a member?
Find and click on your name.


•   John F. Homan  5/5
•   Robert J. Burns  3/21
•   Donald Munson  2/23
•   John R. Maloney, Md  2/14
•   Anyce A. Brelsford (Miles)  11/10
•   Graham D. Lonie  9/18
•   Doris J. Farace  12/16
•   Joseph P. Buss  11/22
•   Jeffrey P. Kaplan, PhD  10/1
•   Ronald Bruns  7/31
Show More



Who lives where - click links below to find out.

1 lives in Alabama
1 lives in Alaska
2 live in Arizona
7 live in California
2 live in Connecticut
2 live in Delaware
23 live in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
3 live in Illinois
3 live in Indiana
1 lives in Kansas
1 lives in Kentucky
1 lives in Louisiana
2 live in Maine
1 lives in Maryland
1 lives in Massachusetts
1 lives in Michigan
2 live in Minnesota
1 lives in Nevada
1 lives in New Hampshire
91 live in New Jersey
6 live in New York
2 live in North Carolina
1 lives in Ohio
11 live in Pennsylvania
5 live in South Carolina
1 lives in Tennessee
1 lives in Texas
1 lives in Utah
1 lives in Vermont
3 live in Virginia
2 live in Washington
1 lives in West Virginia
1 lives in British Columbia
1 lives in Antigua and Barbuda
15 location unknown
67 are deceased


Know the email address of a missing Classmate? Click here to contact them!

Moorestown High School
Class Of 1961

                                                   FAST FORWARD TO TODAY

We are zooming in on 60 years since our high school graduation. And can you believe it, “Zooming” has become a national pass time for many.  

While the entire world is dealing with quarantine and fears for survival, we can be assured that there are some things for us optimists to be glad about. The flowers still bloom, there is music in the air on “Alexa” with Amazon Music, and a lot of us have been catching up on those little jobs at home that always seem too small to fix.  The tyranny of the urgent has skidded to a stop. 

"Carpe Diem" seems like a likely motto for this time in our new century. Looking around, we discover that we do have time to read a book, write a note or a letter, or even to write a piece, a poem or a book of our own. It might also behoove us to reach out to a person whom you have thought about befriending, but not yet done so. Most of us enjoy getting a surprise card or note, call or text. 

We have classmates who are continually being added to the memoriam section on this website. When we receive news of yet another loss it is shocking and sad to learn that they have “graduated” again. Our sympathy goes out to each and every family who is grieving. If you are reading on this site about a classmate, why not take a moment yourself and post a memory or story about that friend? It is always comforting to know that we are not forgotten.

While at this time no one has planned another reunion…please stay tuned in.