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Old 04-22-2012, 05:48 AM   #61
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Class of 88 had about 30 in it. Like Brewer I was probably first to get married at 23. Like REWahoo, it is a small town. I help organize the school-wide reunions every 5 years or so and it is an enjoyable deal. I keep in touch with a lot of HS friends, not only those in my graduating class.

By and large, though, not a knock-em-dead crowd as far as material or professional success. We were slackers then, and remain so, I guess. A few accidental deaths, no politicians, and one suicide from atop our tallest bridge.

Many of our classmates still live in town, and rare are the ones who left the state completely.

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Old 04-22-2012, 08:30 AM   #62
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45 in class with 5th-12th in same building. Went to 30 yr reunion.

Biggest success: Guys business is biggest in North America. Built runway for customers.

Biggest failure: Richest guy (corvette SR year) in class took over family business and went bust.

Saddest: Several teachers & admin died in the North KY supper club fire that killed 167 people. They were there for a retirement party.

4-teachers, 3-engineers, 2-nurses, 6-dead.

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Old 04-22-2012, 09:48 AM   #63
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I just found a video clip of my 15th reunion. I'm the one in the 'Toga'.


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