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David VanDeMark
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October 11, 1943 Brooktondale NY retired pressman Married 2 Brooktondale Boynton IHS Still living in Brooktondale and active with local fire company. Retired after 40+ years of printing (commercial and then at Cornell). Married to Ann Whittaker ('62) with two children and proud to have 5 wonderful grandchildren as well. Hobbies include walking, golfing, hunting, cruising, some fishing and generally enjoying the outdoors.
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Theresa Ayers (Villard)
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August 27, 1943 Grant-Valkaria FL Retired Married 2 South Hill/St John's Boyton Boyton After graduation worked in Ithaca for a few years, then moved to Rochester where I met and married my husband. After he graduated from college we moved to Florida. I worked at Rockwell Collins for 25 years as a Purchasing Agent. We have 2 sons. I am now retired (for a second time). During my retirement I have helped write our town charter and worked with our local Pilot Club International a volenteer orginaztion to raise funds to be given to local charties.
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Ronald Volbrecht
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July 14, 1943 Melbourne FL Retired Married 3 I went in the NAVY right from high school. When I had served my 4 year hitch, I worked for J.C.Penney and Morse Chain in Ithaca for a short time. Then my career took a change and I worked for Lafayete Radio for 16 years. Worked 2 years at Cornell then moved to Florida. I worked for Radio Shack in Melbourne Florida for 15 years. I did a couple of years in the Electronics industry at 2 factories. I retired in May and have recording jobs that I do at home. Mainly transferring various media types to CD and DVD discs. It keeps me busy. Our house of 20 years also keeps me active. Painting and upgrading appliances or whatever else in that category is needed.
It will be great seeing everyone after all these years. I have made it to every reunion so far. This one should be the best of them all. Send Ronald a MessageSend Ronald a Message
Fred Waage
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December 01, 1943 Johnson City TN college teacher Married 2 Cayuga Hgts Boynton IHS Graduated Princeton, unwisely married, got PHd in English. Taught at Northwestern, height of 60's, went to California, junior research associate, Huntington Library, taught Cal State L.A., served fast food divorced, dropped out, joined Moonies, ran away, became mgr. of Friends of the Earth mag. in S.F., back east, Douglass College (NJ)married my student Ginger,College Misericordia (Misery), PA, ended up in Johnson City TN as (now)English prof. at East Tennessee State University. Wrote a lot of books no one will read. Selling my latest, Sinking Creek Journal: An Environmental Book of Days $15. Send in your orders now! No plans to retire. Live on forenamed creek beside Cherokee NF. Daughter Melissa, Princeton, now campaign manager, Natural Resources Defense Council; son Erick, West Point, lst Lt., three tours in Afghanistan, married Katie Stossel, our lst grandchild Elianna Rose born 11/10.
PS:  The "now" photo is with cats Rosemary and Sage, and in the corner, a photo of our son Erick as a little boy.  As I write (Jan. 2015) he's a Special Forces captain in Afghanistan, but he, wife Katie, and three kids (Ellianna, identical twins Griffin & Tobin) will be moving in May 2015 to his new appointment, the Cyber Institute at West Point.  Daughter Melissa, now projects director at the Natural Resources Defense Council, and her husband Ben have a son Abe now, our fourth grandchild and a real smiler.  I and Ginger are still teaching at East Tennessee State University; 2015 is my last year before retirement, but I'll continue teaching on an adjunct-type schedule until incapable thereof.  Two books of mine to be published in 2015:  poetry, This Mortal Earth; novel, The Birth Spoon.  For personal reasons I found it impossible to attend the reunion, but I think of everyone and those idyllic years often--even wrote an (unpublished) novel about the last one--and fervently hope it is very meaningful for everyone.  With advance warning, anyone who might be passing thru Johnson City TN is welcome to stay in our fully furnished apartment; it's a powerful place:  when we rented it briefly, both couples got pregnant there. Best wishes to all classmates. Send Fred a MessageSend Fred a Message
Gail Brown (Wallace)
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Ruidoso NM Retired Nurse Widowed 2
     After HS I married, had kids, then went to school. Nursing school in Dayton, Oh. in 1976. Worked as a nurse untill a few yrs. ago. 
     N.M. grew on me, have rtn'd. 3x. It is differnt here. 
     One of my daughters  workes on the Mescelero Apache Reservation near here. The other is a Personal Trainer in Ca.
     
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William B ("Brack") Ward
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March 02, 1943 Chanhassen MN Sales and marketing Married 4 Cayuga Heights Boynton Ithaca High School After graduating Ithaca High School, I spent a year in Argentina with my family where I took classes at the University of Buenos Aires. I entered Cornell in 1962 and graduated in 1966. I entered the US Navy on Dec 18, 1966, received my wings in August, 1968, and reported to Oceania Naval Air Station in Virginia Beach. I was discharged from the Navy on April 17, 1971. I met my beautiful Irish wife, Patsy in Italy while serving in the US Navy, and we married in 1971. We’ve been living in Minnesota since then. I have four children and four grandchildren.
I run my own business, raising money for small, start-up companies, doing sales and marketing, as well as and consulting work for large and small companies. I plan to continue working as long as I am physically able to do so.

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david warren
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October 20, 1943 Aurora NY Sit- Down Comic www.tinytowntimes.com/index.php Single 2 Stayed home to attend Cornell, did an extra year abroad in Vienna, returned and got an M.F.A. in creative writing from Cornell, wrote novels World According to Two feathers (before my fiend since John Irving wrote Garp}, wrote the book "Natural Bone" which was serialized in the GrapeVine, that classic Ithaca weekly. I, published in magazines, and put out my own, Started my own on line magizne, and am now publishing very happily on line at Dog's Plot (the blog of my imaginary brother) and in Ithaca's online satirical newspaper tinytown times, where Dog's Plot is featured, as are my weekly videos as Davey Weathercock reporting widely on the weather with my singing, crowing hen, Olive......but except for three years of teaching writing at the University of Puerto Rico and Cornell after graduating, I more or less supported myself and employed a few people, in partnership with Ed Franquemont, as President and chief roofer of Natural Bone Builders. When Ed left town to try and duplicate his historic Ithaca sucess down in New Haven, a liquidated the business and spent a couple of years renovating my family home on Edgewood Place (behind the Chapter House) as a bed and breakfast, which I had a lot of fun running with Misti Wilcox for a couple of years. Now most of my hand labor goes into looking after a tribe of chickens, and establishing a four acre fuit orchard, mostly by grafting various pear varieties onto wild seedling pear sasplings which have come up in the second growth. That nearly covers it. Probably wouldn't be any point in my comming to a runion and repeating that fifty times, but I would love to hear what happend with the others of my classmates not heard from.....particularly Wally Harrigton, my best friend then, and then the cheerleaders, being that I was their innocent (really) pet, since thir boy friends were the jocks. Just one of the ways, that fly fishing makes a good lifetime sport. Not that I've kept up with it.
  Don't know if I could stand the  social excitement of an actual high school reuniuon, never having been to any sort of reunion, and I fugured I didn't know any of the people from my class any more except the dead ones, but I was surprised to see that I actually remembered most of the people who have signeed in here.
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Judith Shapley (Waterman)
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April 04, 1943 Bedford NH Retired Married 5 East Hill, West Hill Boynton Jr. High Don't remember Two years of college at R.I.T. majoring in Retailing. Got married & moved to CA for 2 years then I moved to MA & worked for Itek Corp. Had 2 children & relocated to NH & helped my husband start Microtek Corp. Divorced in 1976 & remarried in 1978 to Jim Waterman who had the custody of his three children. So we became the Brady Bunch minus one & no Alice to clean the house. We have been married 32 years.

I have worked at several different jobs until my retirement last year. Worked in the Hotel industry as a Bartender, Banquet Sales, & Mary Kay Cosemetics. For the past 20 years I went back to Retail Sales as a Manager in Fine Craft Galleries in Bedford.

My Husband, Jim has also retired from sales in the Broadcast Industry.
Our retirement is anything but boring with having our 5 children & 7 grandchildren living close by. Our youngest son owns a restaurant in Manchester, NH called UnWine'd which will be 10 years old in June. I have several odd jobs there including making desserts from old family recipes, sewing curtains & wall hangings every time Scot decides to undergo an expansion, which has happened 4 times in 9 years, plus decorating UnWine'd for the Holidays.

We can't believe our oldest grandson is a Sr. at Berklee School of Music in Boston. The other grandchildren range in age from 19 to twin boys age 7. All are involved in sports, so you know what that means.

Jim & I are still very much interested in American Indian art & have filled our home with it, after numerous trips to the Southwest. I'm tempted to open another Gift Gallery of just American Indian art.

One of our other passions is the Boston Red Sox. Jim's parents have had season tickets for over 35 years. Soooo guess where we spend many summer evenings?

We have our first Cruise booked for Jan. 2012. Our granddaughter, Katie, turns 21 in Jan. & she has invited us to join her & her parents on her birthday cruise to the Caribbean. Can't turn that down!

We'll see everyone next July!



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Tom Watkins
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March 02, 1943 Blacksburg VA retired; emeritus professor of history Western Illinois Univ. Married 1 Graduated from Cornell 1965; MA and PhD from North Carolina 1967, 1972. History faculty at Western Illinois Univ. in Macomb 1970--2002. Moved to Blacksburg VA 2003; teach one course a year as adjunct in history at Virginia Tech.
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Judy Goldfarb (Weinberg)
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April 16, 1943 Toledo OH Program Coordinator Toledo Museum of Art Married 2
Can't wait for our very special reunion including the sixth grade from Belle Sherman.
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