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UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   Ed McMahon  5/31
•   Page Eberstadt (Snow)  6/1
•   Pamela Alt (Putney)  6/8
•   Kris Diel  6/12
•   Winston Gayler  6/20
•   Jan Caldwell (Wehmann)  6/22
•   Jack Norby  6/25

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 NCHS CLASS OF 1966

 

 

 

Tim Empkie NCHS '67
 

I'm sorry to report that Tim passed away recently.  Many in our class knew Tim and called him a friend.  Here is his obituary notice:

Timothy Mayne Empkie died peacefully at his home in Providence, Rhode Island on December 30, 2023. Kind and humble, Tim dedicated his life to service. He was an Assistant Dean at Brown University Medical school and spent a decade coordinating health programs in Central Europe and the Balkans. Beyond teaching and patient care, Tim was a community activist at heart. He led efforts to stop construction of a stadium on park land in Providence and stood strong as a supporter of LGBTQ+ rights. He had a gift for conversation and maintained close friendships with people from every phase of his life. He found joy in family spending long summer days with his sister, nephews, and grand-nieces in northern Wisconsin where he will be laid to rest once summer comes again. A remembrance will be held on February 3rd from 3-5 at Hope Street Pizza, 772 Hope Street, Providence RI 02906.

 

December 7th Class Zoom @ 5:00 pm EST

Join us next month between holidays for our next class-wide zoom meeting.  In the past we have been absolutely mesmerized by some of the life experiences our classmates recount.  New ones would be appreciated.  There will be no special topic for this meeting so anything of interest will be welcomed.  As an example, my custom license plate is '!REFLOG'.  You'll want to join the meeting to show how smart you are if you know why.  If you don't know what that means, you'll need to join us to find out.

If you lived a boring life and have nothing interesting to say, you are still invited to lurk.  We usually have a bunch of lurkers but we don't know if they had nothing to say or couldn't get a word in edgewise.

Mark your calendar.  I will re-send this the morning of the zoom so it will be near the top of your in-box.


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Topic: New Canaan High School class of 1966 Zoom Meeting:

Time: Dec 7, 2023 05:00 PM Eastern Time 

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87297065223?pwd=ZU1VakVSN254T3Ywb0lZUGR1NXJNdz09

 

Meeting ID: 872 9706 5223

Passcode: 364229



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