CLASS OF '68
NEWS - September 29, 2005
THANKS to all who replied to my last newsletter. And sorry
for the long delay in some of my responses. (It's been a little
crazy around home lately with ... well, life.) I was able
to make a number of updates to the class database. Thanks to Tom
Weider, Bill Loescher, Ted Hennessy, Sharon Rasper Finzimer, and Russ
Kratzer for updates!
Here are some ideas to consider in locating those missing classmates.
And remember, the lists of missing classmates and dead emails (linked below) are always online for you to browse through.
- College alumni databases are usually only available to alumni.
If you went to college with a fellow Ghost consider checking out your
- Family contacts. Do you know where a classmate's parents,
brother, sister, cousin, etc. live? Call them up and see if you
can find someone that way.
- Online. Switchboard.com, bigfoot.com, whitepages.com,
google.com, etc. can be great if you have some idea where a person
might be living. Some of you may have access to specialized
databases (Lexus/Nexus) that can turn up a lot of useful search info.
Harry Hornikel - Mays Landing, NJ
Andy Mize - Melbourne Beach, FL
Mark Frantz - Voorhees, NJ
Pat Arnold - Philadelphia, PA
Walt Champion - Houston, TX
I've updated these Web pages you might want to check on:
I also got a couple of leads I'll follow up on soon.
Ron Rhoads emailed wondering if anyone was interested in attending a
game this October in the new football stadium. If so, get in
touch with Ron at Rrhoads01@aol.com
I'll be in the Abington area for Thanksgiving and hope to gather a
group to start talking about a 2008 40th reunion. (No, no,
no! No one's suggesting having it in January! Geez, I just
meant to put a note on your calendar to remind you it would be
happening! Besides, since I moved to Georgia I avoid traveling
north during any months when weather may need to be shoveled.)
Anyone in the area is welcome. In fact, even if you're not in the
area you're welcome and encouraged to help out.
One of the things we'll do is conduct a survey with some options on
dates, venues, etc. in order to see what most people favor and can
accommodate. As always, if you have any suggestions please feel
free to email me.
All the best!
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