We have recently added this "Bulldog News" page to our website.  Honors, special recognition, retirements, births, deaths, new info concerning Dayton or Fairview, and other recent or past details regarding our Bulldog family will be posted. Send us the news you have today!

IMPORTANT 
OBITUARY INFORMATION

The most recent obituaries are currently located at the bottom of this page. It has become necessary to start reworking the IN MEMORY OF page. That page contains all other obituaries from past years.



 

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SCOTT KELSO'S NEWEST
BOOK IS A BEST SELLER!

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Theological Violence in the 21st Century, written by our classmate Dr. Scott Kelso, can be found on Amazon. Click HERE for a direct link to this highly rated publication. Over the years, Scott has often been recognized for his ministry and other successful publications. Ice On Fire and Let's See What Sticks are among his previous books. They are also available on Amazon.


 

Murray and Lisa Horwitz are shown with Mrs. Rowe while visiting her in 2019.
Murray and Lisa Horwitz are shown with Mrs. Rowe while visiting her in 2019.
Mrs. Felecia Rowe celebrating her 90th birthday.
Mrs. Felecia Rowe celebrating her 90th birthday.

MRS. FELECIA ROWE 

During our adult lives Mrs. Rowe continued to be admired and appreciated by her former students as an exceptional teacher! Her 90th birthday was on February 10, 2019. She passed away in February 2022 at age 93. 

Murray and his wife, Lisa, often visited Mrs. Rowe. After a visit in March 2019, Murray said, "She is every bit as sharp, well informed, and wise as ever. It was a blessing to be able to tell her how much she means to each of us."  Mrs. Rowe was touched and delighted that she had received over a hundred cards for her 90th birthday and enjoyed hearing from former students. She had resided at Friendship Village in Trotwood, Ohio.  Those she taught thought of her fondly and always wished her the very best. We were fortunate to have her in our life.

 

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DAVID WYSE

INDUCTED INTO THE DAYTON

BUSINESS HALL OF FAME!
David was honored on March 7, 2019 along with such notables as the Wright Brothers by being inducted into the Dayton Business Hall of Fame. David is Chairman of Projects Unlimited, Inc. located in Dayton, Ohio. PUI is a leading developer, manufacturer and supplier of quality audio devices and components. Congratulations David! Please read more by viewing these website links:
Dayton Magazine
Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce

Projects Unlimited, Inc.



 
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ALICE NIERENBERG
Linda Lipson, in her April 2019 Volunteer Spotlight, has written a wonderful story about Alice Cotmam, (the Class of 66 knows Alice better as Alice Nierenberg). In the story Linda called Alice “An extraordinary woman.”  This is something we have all known for years.

The article is in the April 2019 issue of The Jewish News of Sarasota-Manatee, page 12 A. The complete publication can be found, as a flip book, on line at: https://issuu.com/thejewishnews/docs/the_jewish_news_-_april_2019/12

 

 

Old News Can Be NEW news!
REED WINS OHIO'S TOP

NEWSPAPER BOY AWARD!

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FAIRVIEW CLASS OF 1966
IN REMEMBRANCE OF


 

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PHYLLIS JOAN TEPLITZ KOROGODSKY
May 10,1948 - August 19th, 2021

This wonderful photo of Phyllis was given to us by her lifelong friend Alice Nierenberg Cotman. It was taken while Phyllis was visiting with Alice in Florida in July 2021Our dear classmate, Phyllis, passed away on August 19, 2021. She was born May 10, 1948. Phyllis had been fighting cancer with optimism, courage and the grace she has always shown us. Our heart goes out to her family and many longtime friends with our sincere sympathy. 
 
Phyllis was highly praised for her commitment to the Phoenix community through work with the International Rescue Committee as a loan officer and financial coach, helping refugees navigate life in the U.S. She was also an active volunteer with the Arizona Foster Care Review Board, advocating for children’s rights. Phyllis’ legacy will shine on through the countless lives she has touched.  
 
Her creativity was boundless. Phyllis was especially known for her exceptional jewelry designs. She was inspiring, caring, fun, energetic, encouraging and extremely kind. She leaves us with lasting memories and will be greatly missed.

In our FHS ’66 Forty-Year Reunion booklet Phyllis noted a favorite quote. “Am I singing the song I came to sing?” We think she sang just the right song!

Obituary link that was shown in the AZCentral News online. 
https://www.azcentral.com/obituaries/par052152

All of these friends attended Cornell Heights and went on to FHS together.  Back Row: Dan Hecker, Murray Horwitz, Alice
All of these friends attended Cornell Heights and went on to FHS together. Back Row: Dan Hecker, Murray Horwitz, Alice Nierenberg, Andy Allen. Front Row: Carol Scherer, PHYLLIS TEPLITZ, Carol Kehl



OBITUARIES FOUND JUST PRIOR 
TO OUR 2022 REUNION

DAVID COLLINS

January 8,1948 - February 27, 2016

SHARON HELTON
June 1948 - July 22, 2014

VICKI JACKSON
 June 14, 1948 - April 18, 2018

ROBERT MURDOCK
May 11, 1947 - September 11, 2014

CHARLES SHOUP
July 14, 1948 - July 28, 2019

WANDA WELLS
July 29, 1948 - May 3, 2019

 


OTHER CLASS OBITUARIES
FROM RECENT YEARS

THOMAS KRAMER 
November 22, 1947 - October 25, 2021
He was 73 year old.
After Fairview and Rio Grande College, Tom enlisted in the United States Army and served in Vietnam. He enjoyed the company of the many friends he made over his life. Tom will be missed and remembered.

Click on this link for his obituary.


ED FULLER
July 13, 1948 - January 11, 2021

Ed died from COVID on January 11, 2021. He was a friend to many and will be very sorely missed. Our sincere condolences to his wife and family. He lived in Huron, OH and loved boating. A celebration of life is going to be planned later this year. We will post more information as we receive it. His obituary can be seen at this link: https://www.fosterfh.com/obituary/Edward-Fuller


 

GLORIA ROGERS HATTON
June 14, 1947 - November 4, 2020

Gloria Rogers served in the Northridge Schools for 31 years and resided in Butler Township. She was very active in her church. Gloria will be greatly missed by her family, many long time friends during her life, friends from Fairview and her church. Our most sincere sympathy to all who knew and loved her. www.mortonwhetstonefh.com/obituary/Gloria-Hatton

 

PENNY SUE ACKLEY

December 8, 1947 - December 2, 2019

Such sad news to learn of the passing of a dear classmate. Penny's married name was Penny Jones and she was living in Washington Court House, Ohio. Our sincere sympathy to all of her family and friends. Her obituary link is below. (Fairview is misstated as being Fairfield, but we confirmed it is Penny from our FHS Class of '66.) 

https://www.summersfuneralhome.com/notices/Penny-Jones

 

DAN HECKER  

December 14, 1948 - July 15, 2019

On July 17th we were informed that our '66 classmate and special friend to many, Dan Hecker, had died. Dan lived in Florida. He was in Dayton when he passed on Monday July 15, 2019. Family will receive friends on Tuesday July 23rd at St Paul's Catholic Church in Englewood, Ohio beginning at 10 a.m. until the time of Mass at 11 a.m.  A private burial is to follow. Our sincere sympathy to his family and friends. https://www.bakerhazelsnider.com/memorials/daniel-hecker/3925526/index.php


DAVID OPPER 
September 8, 1948 - February 14, 2019

BRUCE WATSON
July 1948 - February 2018

PATRICK HERSHEY
July 2, 1947 - June 17, 2018


VALERIE SEIPLE
February 25, 1948 -  February 17, 2017

ALFRED LASSITER
died February 10, 2017


LEONARD (STEVE) GRIEVE
died August 4, 2017

 


 

IMPORTANT OBITUARY INFORMATION: 
All other obituaries from past years remain on the IN MEMORY OF page. It has become necessary to rework that page. Thank you for your patience.