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Name: Ed Mullen
From: Alpharetta, GA
Got a note from Steve Eisenberg about a new endeavor. Check out http://www.stillriveroutfitters.com/info/staff and scroll down.
 
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Name: Ed Mullen
As you look at the photos please let me know if you identify anyone. Include the photo number. Thanks!
 
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Name: Ed Mullen
From: Alpharetta, GA
E-mail: Contact
Reunion photos are now online. See the last item in the "Abington" menu at the top of the page.
 
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Name: Ed Mullen
The latest on Larry and Nancy ...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_Probst
 
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Name: Ed Mullen
Yes, AHS has a Wikipedia listing ...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abington_Senior_High_School
 
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Name: Ed Mullen
From: Alpharetta, GA
Website: http://edmullen.net
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Well, the "Great 40th Reunion" weekend is over.

I hope everyone had as much fun as Sharman and I did.

The "Happy Hour" on Friday turned into a "Happy Night" - especially with the Phillies beating the Dodgers and all the crazed fans at Kenny’s Spirited Eatery screaming and yelling. (Don, I was just kidding when I said "Hey, you can have my wife but will you please move so I can get to my drink!"

The reunion at Twining Hall was a complete blast. As usual, it was tremendous fun to see everyone - and a little bit sad and frustrating that it wasn't long enough to see everyone and spend as much time as we'd like. But I guess we couldn't really have a 24-hour Reunion, right?

The Sunday brunch was great fun ... well, at least for those of us able to drag our butts out of bed and get there after a long night of partying! I thought Don Pearce's comment summed it up: "Damn, it's really early out there!"

It was all well worth it, seeing old (I use the term fondly!) friends, making some new ones, making plans to visit each other in various places across the country, having great fun and realizing that we truly are a bunch of really nice people.

Thanks to Don Pearce and Nancy Corrigan and all the members of the committee who did such a wonderful job making it a really fun night! Thanks to Hank Meyers for another great job printing the directory. (If you couldn't attend and missed ordering a copy let me know.)

And thanks so much to all the kind words from everyone - it is much appreciated.

Thanks to all the spouses who attended for humoring us.

We're already planning the next one: The 45th in 2013.
 
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Name: Rich Fraser
From: Bucks County PA
Website: http://www.wycombevineyards.com
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Greets to Class of ’68:

I believe I have attended most if not all of the reunions in the past. I would have paid much more just to experience once again the morphing firsthand. Comedy (or tragedy) at it’s best at a bargain price. It is so true that time is the great equalizer, and common bonds become more meaningful as we become “wiser”. At least that is what I advise my kids, to no avail.

It appears however, that even though we reside minutes away from the venue, we will not be able to attend this “dance”. On that weekend we have our annual red wine open harvest celebration at the winery/vineyard. I was half wanting the cabernets to wait till later so that we could attend, but it appears the dry, sunny days of September will ripen the vintage about the 2nd weekend in October. Sooo, on the shameless self promotion side, if anyone from out of town, or local, is looking for something to do to kill time on that Saturday afternoon before the reunion, or Sunday afternoon after, please stop by the winery. Tastings are always free and if you can snag me, I’ll have a 10% discount for fellow grads. Directions can be found at www.wycombevineyards.com.

I’ll be the one with the ponytail, a gift from my grandmother. Since Mr. Lessa is no longer assigning detentions for hair touching the collar, I let it go. I believe I was one of the few that got the “40 days” but not quite the full “40 nights” of detention just for dress code violations. As you may recall that dress code was scrapped in 1969, since then everything in America went downhill J.

Warm regards to all,

Rich & Deb Fraser
 
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Name: Karen Kremer Dick
From: Bluffton, SC
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Hi Nancy Reilly! Every time Marilyn Trice and I talk, I ask about you. You know Marilyn and I have been friends since Kindergarten! Want to let you know that Terry Lombardi says hello. Lives in Fl. now. I can't make it to the reunion, but would love to have seen you again.
Have a drink for me with Marilyn.
 
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Name: Nancy Reilly
From: Hatfield PA
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Marilyn Trice (also class of 1968) we've been friends since 9th
grade--and myself plan on attending the reunion --We have already talked about how much fun we had in Biology class- --cutting up worms & frog legs--& constantly laughing in
Business class with Ms Konkle.

We are looking for a fellow classmate - Susan Myers. We know
she lived on Brentwood Ave in Abington in 1968 & married to Wayne (?) but have lost contact --anyone have any info?
 
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Name: Russ Kratzer
From: Harrisburg, PA
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Will try my best to attend our 40th reunion - Thanks to all who have worked to get it together - If I can't make it, please say "HI" to Bill and Karen Kranzer for me -

Still remember our last Cheltenham game - the band parading in the "Mississippi Mud" on the track and bellowing out "Ghosts Go Marching In" -

Anybody know what's happened to Jim Krombach?

The only ting that will keep me from coming is chasing hurricanes - I'm with Emergency Management for Pennsylvania -

Admin reply: He has a listing in the directory - only a postal address, no email. You can download it at the private directory page. Email me if you forgot the access codes.
 
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