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•   A More  5/29
•   Janet G. Gehlhaus (Callahan)  10/26
•   Joan Moloney (Hall)  7/7
•   Lane Dragonuk (Randall)  7/4
•   Dennis E. Schrope  10/24
•   Joseph C. (Joe) Bono  9/22
•   Anne Todd  6/8
•   Elaine Gerhard (Gross)  1/26
•   Robert W. Banks  12/7
•   Mary Kay Albert (Porter)  11/24
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WHERE WE LIVE


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1 lives in Alabama
4 live in Arizona
2 live in California
2 live in Colorado
3 live in Connecticut
12 live in Florida
1 lives in Idaho
1 lives in Indiana
8 live in Maryland
3 live in Massachusetts
2 live in Minnesota
1 lives in Nebraska
1 lives in New Hampshire
6 live in New Jersey
2 live in New York
8 live in North Carolina
1 lives in Oregon
116 live in Pennsylvania
2 live in South Carolina
3 live in Tennessee
2 live in Texas
4 live in Virginia
1 lives in Washington
1 lives in United Kingdom
43 location unknown

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JOINED CLASSMATES


Percentage of Joined Classmates: 24.6%


A:   58   Joined
B:   178   Not Joined

 

 WELCOME

    50th Class Reunion - Half Century
Was weekend of October 18, 2014
A good-time weekend

Reunion Photos
Through the years
Slideshow

Friday night Welcome & Greet 8-10 pm at hotel:  Attend 40
Saturday Lunch & PW Tour 11:30 am: Ed 'Swet' tour. Attend 50
Saturday Dinner Reunion 7-11 pm: Over 90 with 64 classmates
Sunday Brunch Bye 10-Noon in hotel resturant: Attend 35 in lobby

 

We are focusing on our life now, since we're in our 60s and past retirement age.  We are so different after 50 years since HS.  We've had family with loves, losses, children, plus jobs/careers, hobbies and lived in various places. Join a half century celebration

ANNOUNCEMENTS
PW 50TH Reunion

I am very grateful to have had the opportunity to attend our PWHS 50th reunion over this past weekend. This was a marvelous experience for all of us to come together and share ‘the ties that bind us’ as a class once again. For me, personally this was an uplifting and truly a monumental year to gather and to see those that I grew up with and held in friendship, love, and esteem. Our class is very fortunate to have had a reunion committee so dedicated as to last these 50 years and has given much to keeping us together. They deserve our many thanks’ as we must admire their constant efforts to serve their fellow classmates in this regard. I am also reminded of those who among us can never return to attend another reunion but continue to live on in our hearts and memories. Thank you Class of ’64. D. Schrope