Judith Lampman (Lankau)
April 17, 1943 Stuart FL Retired Married 3 Fall Creek Boynton IHS Moved after HS to Nyack, NY and worked as a legal secretary until 1974. Then picked up family and went to Penn State so Paul could do master's degree on his sabbatical. Decided to go to college! Had 30 credits from CLEP exams towards 144 needed for a degree. The kids and I stayed at Penn State two years. PSU had trimesters, so took overloads each term and during summer session, while working 20 hours a week as a paralegal. At the end of two years, I needed 6 credits to graduate...so did them by correspondence after returning to Nyack. Worked out great...helped forge a career instead of a job. Had lots of fun raising three children; having a career after PSU graduation for 22 years as a director of customer service for Orange and Rockland Utilities, Inc.(now owned by ConEdison of NY); enjoying seven wonderful grandchildren; retiring at an early age to travel, lie on the beaches of Sag Harbor, read, go fishing with my husband, and just enjoy all that life has to offer. It's been a blast! And newest information...moved from Sag Harbor, NY to Stuart, Florida in June 2014! Love it..pool in the backyard, sun and flowers all year long. What could be bad about that? Looking forward to exploring our new state this year (2015). Tough year so far for us. My husband, Paul, had a traumatic brain injury from a fall on February 3rd. In various hospitals from February 3rd until April 22nd. Then came inpatient rehab. Paul came home on September 7th, 2015 and has been making remarkable progress with in home PT/OT. Has now "graduated" to out patient PT at the rehab facility he was in previously. Mentally, he has come back 100%. Still working on the physical part, but we have high hopes for a almost 100% recovery, which no one even dreamed of on February 3rd. Prayers and support of friends, family, FB friends from IHS, have helped us through! We are truly blessed.
I am so excited about our 50th reunion.� It will be fun to see everyone again!
January 12, 1943 clio MI retired elementary principal Married 2 Henry St John's Boyton Boyton graduated Wisconsin State U @ Superior
master's from Central Mich U
successful college wrestler (all American)Inducted into the Wrestling Hall of Fame at Wisc. State U
have taught elementary, middle, and high schools
was a high school athletic director
supervisor of transportation for a large school district
coached football, track , and wrestling
still working with high school wrestling teams as a clinician
still officiating high school and collegiate wrestling
was active as an international official traveling to Germany, France, Amsterdam, Australia, and New Zea-land
still enjoy traveling especially to Italy and Mexico
enjoy spending time with our 3 grandchildren
judith elmo (leonardo)
January 15, 1943 clio MI retired elementary teacher Married 2 Immaculate Conception Immaculate Conception IHS graduated SUNY@Buffalo
master's from Marygrove (Detroit)
taught primarily elementary , 3rd and 4th grades
play in the bell choir at church
enjoy traveling especially to Italy and Mexico (have been also to Australia, New Zea-land, France, Switzerland, Guatemala, and Canada)
enjoy spending time with our 3 grandchildren
Carole Mulks (Lobdell)
August 14, 1943 Lansing NY Retired Married 1 Fall Creek Boynton IHS After high school I served in the U.S. Navy stationed at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, FL
After completing my service I married my husband Ralph,we have been married forty-five years. We have one daughter Lori and one grandaughter Olivia who now reside in Maitland, FL
We built our own home in Lansing, NY where we presently reside.
I retired in 1998 from NCR and have enjoyed my retirement.
We spend the winters in Englewood, FL and in the summer months we enjoy camping in our motorhome.
JOYCE LOOMIS (LOOMIS-JOYCE)
Waterville NY TIRED AND RETIRED Married 4 DANBY ITHACA JUNIOR HIGH BOYNTON Joyce passed away on January 4, 2014. Her obituary is accessible on the Classmates Passed On web page. HAVING BABY'S
WORKED AT NCR
WORKED AT LABLAW'S GROCERY STORE WHEN IT WAS AROUND EARLY 60'S
LIVED IN VIRGINIA FOR A FEW MONTHS
CAME HOME AND ON WAY HOME WAS HIT BY A DRUNK JULY 4 1962 WAS WITH CHILD.
STAY AT HOME FOR YEARS TILL I WENT TO WORK AT NCR. BETWEEN TIMES CHANGED HUSBANDS
THEN MOVED TO FL. WITH YOUNGEST, DID SOME ODD JOBS, HURT BACK AT ONE. WENT TO WORK AT AN ELECTRONIC FACTORY. ALSO WORKED AT A DELI. THEN WORKED A PIERCING PAGODA AND A CEMETRY. THEN MOVED TO ILL THOUGHT WE WOULD BE CLOSE TO SON , BRIAN, THEY WERE THREE HOURS AWAY. WENT TO BE WITH A FRIEND, I THOUGHT, THAT WAS GOING THROUGH SOME TROUBLESOME TIMES. LIVED IN A VERY SMALL VILLAGE. ENJOYED IT. THEN DEBRA, MY ELDEST AND MY MOTHER, WHO BY THE WAY IS STILL LIVING IN FL., DECIDED THAT MY HEALTH WAS GETTING TO BAD AND THAT I NEEDED TO MOVE BACK HERE TO N.Y. AND DEB GOT US PAUL AND I HOOKED UP WITH THE OLD HIGH SCHOOL HERE IN WATERVILLE. I DRIVE AROUND IN A SCOTTER AND ENJOY THIS TOWN. THE FIRST YEAR BACK I SPENT MORE TIME IN THE HOSPITAL THEN I DID HOME.
ONE GIRL AND THREE BOYS
Joyce passed away on January 4, 2014. Her obituary is accessible on the Classmates Passed On web page. It is also available by clicking HERE
January 12, 1942 Topaham ME Director of Retired activities NAS Brunswick Married 3 After High School I worked for the Cornell Conservation Dep. until Dec. At that time I transfered to the full time Navy and was sent to the Boston Naval Shipyard stationed on as harbor tug. after 4 months I was trensfered to Millington TN for avaition electronics school. While there I volunteered for Aircrew duty. After school I trensfered to Norfolk VA ariving the day the Cuban Blockade was anounced. I completed airborn equipment operator school and was trensfered next the Jaxsonville FL for aircrafi type training.
I then transfered to Brunswick ME, to be my home station for the next 7 years. I was assigned to Patrol Squadron 26 flying in the P2V-5 aircraft. The aircraft assigned to my crew was built in june 1942 and was designed for Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW)and Surface observation. My First deployment was 6 monthe in 1964 to Sigonella Sicily. Upon returning from deplovment the squadron began transition to the P3B aircraft and then in 1066 deploved to Argencia Newfoundland for 6 months. During the time in Brunswick, I married my wife Cookie.
The next deployment took me to the Western Pcific. We flew out of Sangley Point PI and Utapo Thailand, patroling the coast on North and South Vietnan.
While on this deplovment we loas 2 of our aircraft and 26 crewmen.
We returned to Brunswick in July 1997 and I completed two more 6 months deployments before transfering to the Naval Air Development Center in Warminster PA.
Wile at the center I helped develope the next generation of ASW Seneors.
I also was slected for the Warrent Officer program and in june I as promoted to WO1 and transfered to Parrol Squadron 10 at Brunswinck ME.
After 2 years and deployments to the Azores and Bermuda The family and I moved to the Island of Tesara Azores in
1975. Island life was fun for the f and I worked as a watch officer in the ASW command center. In 1976 We moved the family back to Brunswick and started a 17 schooling to become a Naval Flifht Officer. First to Pensacola FL then to Sacramento CA and last the Jaxsonvile FL for Type training before returning to Brunswick.
I joined VP 26 in the process of chinging to the P3CUDII aircraft. My deployment as a Navigator/Communicator was to Okinawa JA and Diago Garsea BIO
in 1979 for 57 months. Then a year at home and I upgraded to Tactical Coordinator and Mission Commanders and deployed to Rota SP and the Azores again. At the end of the 4 ears in the squadron I transfered to Norfolk VA
for duty on the staff of the Commander of the US atlantic Fleet as an ASW Watch Officer in the Command Center.
After a year I was moved to the Operations Staff in control of Nato and US ship, subs and air AWS assets.
My last assignment was at Dan Neck VA at the Air ASW Connand and Control Training Center as Course Officer, I had charge of 27 Officer and enlisted training courses for both operations and maintenance. After 27 years of Navy life we retired to Maine Feb.01 1989. I went to work for an engineering company providing configureation control to Navy ship builder just up the road from home.
At the end of 4 years, the USSR imploded and we were out of work.
Inext went to work as a production supervisor for a electronic plant in Augusta, ME. After the sale of the plane three times it was closed in 1993.During the time I was working I completer an AA, BA and my MBA via night courses. I also was able to volintre at the Retired Activities Office (RAO)on the Naval Air Station.
when I fully retired the Director of the RAO anounced that after 22 years he was looking for a replacement I steepped up and have been volinteering 20 hours a week since. Additiolally, I have served two years as the New England Regional President of the Fleet Reserve Association for all the branches East of New York. Plus a member of the National Board of Directors. I still find time to enjoy our 8 grandchildern, with the 2 7 year old twins living with us. We areb loking forward to the reunion in 2011.
Connie Stamp (Lundeen)
March 28, 1943 Olympia WA Retired Sr Budget Analyst Married 4 US Navy for 3 years. Living and working in Washington state for 39 years. Retired since 2005 and living in Washington and Arizona. We have 4 combined children and 6 grandchildren. We are avid golfers and grandparents, and like to travel.
Adelaide (Susie) Ryan (Lyon)
May 01, 1943 Canandaigua NY retired VA dispatcher Married 2 Belle Sherman Boynton Boynton I have worked in Day Care for the multiply handicapped, Speech Pathology, Nursing, Substance abuse counseling and fire/police dispatch.We have been fixing up our 200+ year old house for 39 years and keep getting further behind!
March 14, 1943 N.Ft.Myers FL Retired Married 1 Retired enjoying our winters in Flordia and summers in the north Georgia mountains
August 16, 1943 Lansing NY Retire Ithaca Post Office Married 2 Lincon in Pa Boynton Jr. High Boynton After graduation I got married (1964) to Susan Houseworth (IHS Class of 1963). We have 2 sons, Tony and Brian. Brian is married and has a daughter, Emilee, who will be 5 in June 2010. Brian's wife, Inez, is from Germany. After several different jobs, I went to work at the Ithaca Post Office in 1970. I retired in January 2002. We run a small shop in Lansing called The Sub Shop. We also do the Ithaca Farmer's Market Saturday and Sunday under the name Cinnamon Shoppe. Son Tony helps us at The Sub Shop.My hobbies are Bowling, Golf, Stamp Collecting, Reading, N.Y. Yankee Fan, Watching Sports, and I'm a Country Music Fan.