Thank you all for your wonderful Guest Book entries! They mean a great deal to the committee and to all the classmates! It is good to know you are out there. Go Bulldogs! You're the best! 

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Posted on the 2019-04-12 at 20:00
 I went to Fairview elementary 1967-1973  and our family lived on Malvern Avenue. My Dad was Thomas James Henderson Jr. and he was a Fairview high school graduate,  I am thinking class of 1947.  I remember the old Fairview high school and driving past it many times in the neighborhood.  Thank you for all of this wonderful information. It was great to visit here. Blessings to you all. 
Bill Bridges
Posted on the 2016-10-04 at 20:00
What a wonderful time we had at the 50th class reunion this past September. The organization of the events were fantastic. Thank you to all involved with that. A lot of photos were taken and I know that Jeri Jones Bland is working very hard adding them to our website. I really enjoyed my time visiting with you all. I'm looking forward to our next get together. All best to my class of 1966 school mates.
Martha Hardcastle Guthrie
Posted on the 2014-09-12 at 20:00
I attended Cornell Heights Elementary from 1963 to 1971 and would have been in the Fairview Class of 1976, although I graduated from Northmont. My father was Fairview Class of 1927 when the school was still housed in "The Tower."  In the late 1980s, I was working at the Englewood Independent newspaper, where I often crossed paths with Bulldogs, including Harold Haas, whom I believe was class of 1920. Mr. Haas was a young boy during the 1913 flood and went with a neighbor who had a canoe to help rescue people. This was much to the chagrin of his parents as he did not tell them what he was going to do. They worried all day! He also had a great Don Longenecker story. The other thing is that Fairview may have been home to Baseball Hall of Famer Jesse Haines, although I haven't been able to find the information needed to confirm this. I interviewed his daughter who said that her father, who lived in Phillpsburg, may have gone to high school at Fairview due to no high schools open in his vicinity in about 1907-1911. He did not graduate from high school. However, that would make both Montgomery County Hall of Famers (he and Mike Schmitt) Fairview attendees. 
Jerilyn (Crosby) Hampton-Sawyer
Posted on the 2014-06-19 at 20:00
This page has brought back so many memories and given me ideas for the class of '80 - these photos made me fall in love with my hometown again.  Thanks and hope to see you in September at the all class reunion
Diane Isbell
Posted on the 2014-05-18 at 20:00
I didn't go to FHS but grew up in Dayton until we moved to Texas in 1973 when I was 13.  My mother sent me the link to your site to look at the Dayton Memories but I have to admit I've been looking through all your sections for over an hour so far. What a great website with tons of history... very interesting and so well done.  Great job!
Alfredo Franco
Posted on the 2013-11-20 at 19:00
Navigating the google maps, I tried to show my 8 year old son the school I spent the best six months of my life as an exchange student for over 30 years. I felt a strange pain of knowing that FHS was not there. Its like losing part of my story. Hope the change is for the better. Let's keep the good memories!
Alfredo Franco, from São Paulo-Brazil
FHS, 1981
Geoff Hill
Posted on the 2013-06-04 at 20:00
Was cruising through the web at random and somehow wound up here. Huge surprise! I went to Fairview Elementary, graduated in 1961, and recognize some of the little nippers in those old class photos, although I don't show up in any of them (but I still have all my own class pics). I recognize some of the names I saw -- Dan Wolfe and I were in the same Cub Scout den. Unfortunately, I never went to Fairview High as I lived on the wrong side of Catalpa Drive and wound up at Colonel White (boo, hiss).
At any rate I'm just shouting out a huge hello to anyone who dates from this time and have as fond a memory of Fairview as I do.
Geoff, "that giant squid kid"
Bill Wheeler
Posted on the 2013-02-22 at 19:00
Fellow Fairview Grads,
Wanted to let you know of the passing of Fairview Basketball Coach Don Barger at age 85.
Do you rember how he used to sit on the bench with a program rolled up and rocking back and forth during close games?
Who will ever forget the team's great Regional Run in 1964...eventually losing to by a mere 8 points State Champs Belmont, featuring college all-americans and NBA players Don May and Bill Hosket.
My Best to All,
Bill Wheeler
Class of 1965
Sam Sautter
Posted on the 2013-01-10 at 19:00
Greetings Bulldogs,from a Wilbur Wright Pilot class of \'66. Found a link to this site at a WW site and came in for a look. Very nice, enjoyed my visit here. Sadly, little left of the high schools of our day.
Fran Owen
Posted on the 2012-01-06 at 19:00
Class of \'69.  Fun reading what different ones have been up to and that a few have moved to California where I moved to in 1987.  Wishing everyone a great 2012.
Posted on the 2011-10-15 at 20:00
class of 69--- 65 -69. hello to you all. say hi- id be glad to hear from you. i have yearbooks from67,68,69.--- who has the front gates to the football field?
Jim Battin \65
Posted on the 2011-09-21 at 20:00

Learned of the FHS demolition from Bill Wheeler.  Sad day but lots of great memories, many brought back by this site.  Regards to all.

Ron Puterbaugh Class of 1967
Posted on the 2011-08-17 at 20:00
This site brings back many memories. I left Dayton in 1971 to join the Air Force after college. I find it hard to believe that the school will soon be gone. No matter where life may take me, I will always remember those I went to school with at Fairview High. As I look back, i realize that we were all family. There was no freshman to seniors. I communicated with everyone and I count you all as family.

Jody Matusoff Zitsman
Posted on the 2011-08-02 at 20:00
Wow- what a wonderful project! Even though I wasn\'t a freshman until 1969, your website has brought back so many memories- I\'ve loved going through each catagory, remembering and learning new things about Fairviev. Thanks so much for maintaining this wonderful site!
Strohecker, Eugenia (Manuel_
Posted on the 2011-07-20 at 20:00
Just recieved this site and was glad and sad to see the demise of the beautiful old building. I left Dayton in 1961 and on visits back, my heart ached to see the city I loved change so drastically. Too bad for our history. Nice seeing names I remember. Please Ohioans, keep some of the good historical sites.
Carolyn D. Ross
Posted on the 2011-07-18 at 20:00
Class of 1980. I truly hate not being there to see old classmates, friends and the school.
Dave Elliott, Class of 1970
Posted on the 2011-07-18 at 20:00

I am so impressed every time I visit your website!! The site is just so full of memories and information about Fairview.  All the contributors should be tremendously proud of what you have done.  I can only wish that the class of “70” could develop a site even close to the class of “66”!!!

Chuck Whistler
Posted on the 2011-07-12 at 20:00
As I will be out of the country the week of July 23-30, I am deeply disappointed that I won\'t be able to "crash" the Fairview \'66 reunion.  I really looked forward to reuniting with some of my former classmates, fellow Boy Scouts and neighbors, especially since I was one of the few of you who went to Colonel White after we left Cornell Heights in 1962. I want to extend my best wishes to all, and please don\'t hesitate to contact me in the future.

Charles(Chuck) Whistler 

Carolyn Gerson (class of \72)
Posted on the 2011-05-23 at 20:00
I like your website. Thanks for all the info about the Stain Glass Windows. I was wondering what they desided. I set up a page on Facebook for the class of 1972. Hoping to get pictures old and new and get old friends together.
suzanne wellbaum
Posted on the 2011-04-10 at 20:00
groovy ,fab-gear, hippy a-go-go,posters, incense,black lights
HELLO EARTHLINGS! see you all at the there or be square....or be square but just be there!!
Adrienne Kaplan Rainey
Posted on the 2011-03-27 at 20:00
I just received a link to FHS\'s website from my brother who still lives in Dayton.What a wonderful trip down memory lane!I I attended Colonel White (\'66), but many of my friends went to Fairview. I live in Chicago.  Would love to hear from any of my old buddies.
Adrienne Kaplan Rainey
Elliott Allen
Posted on the 2011-03-20 at 20:00

I just visited this site for the first time since it has been redone..kudos to all that worked on it and maintains it..

Robert K McClintock
Posted on the 2011-02-22 at 19:00
I am from the Roosevelt High class of 1945.
If there are any other survivors please write me a note.
April L. [Hardesty] Crumley
Posted on the 2011-02-15 at 19:00
My big brother, David M. Hardesty graduated from Fairview in 1966...How do I submit information about him to this website?  Also, I \'signed\' the petition and wrote an email to the President of the School Board about our beautiful windows...What is the update on them?  Thanks for having this site!  Sincerely, April of the class of 1970
Chuck Whistler
Posted on the 2011-02-11 at 19:00
Greetings.  I graduated from Cornell Heights with many of you in 1962, but was one of the few that went to Colonel White.  I would dearly love to visit with many of you at your next reunion.  Please keep me posted. It\'s about the only place I have a chance to see any of the kids I grew up with - Charles Berry, Don Moshos, Andy Allen, to name a few.
Chuck Whistler
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Tricia Knudson (Pat Little
Posted on the 2011-02-02 at 19:00
Thanks so much for organizing this site.  I viewed all the areas and it was so much fun to see faces and names I have not heard of or seen in years. I actually have kept in contact with friends from \'68 and \'69 classes. I lived in the bay area of California for many years. Our family moved to Charlotte, NC about 10 years ago.  I have talked to Karen (Rodberg) Moore who lives in Charlotte.  I am a high school nurse (a job I LOVE) and in the town where Connie (Bouts) Tobias lives.  We have talked years ago but have never been able to get together. I have so many wonderful memories of high school and the youth group @ Grace United Methodist Church.  The youth group was loaded with kids from FHS and CWHS. Hopefully I will be able to make it to the reunion in 2013. Our last reunion fell @ the same time we were heading to Hawaii for 2 weeks. Jeri, thanks for being so instrumental in putting this all together and for any others that have assisted !!   PS:  Where did the bulldog end up ??
Betsy Leihgeber Bailey
Posted on the 2011-02-02 at 19:00
Wonderful job.  This is a beautiful site.  Thank you. 
John Kennard 1975
Posted on the 2011-01-30 at 19:00
 Thanks for your efforts with the stained glass.
Bob Babros--Class of 1950
Posted on the 2011-01-29 at 19:00
Good work
Jackie Eschenberg Baker
Posted on the 2011-01-25 at 19:00
I don\'t know a lot of the people from the class of "68".  Do you if the class of "65" has a web site?
Jim Farlow
Posted on the 2010-12-28 at 19:00
Hello from Jim
at Dixie high school
class of 1959
Ed Stout
Posted on the 2010-12-28 at 19:00
Jeri/Dan, and whoever else puts this wonderful site together, I just want to say "Thanks for the memories."  I had not visited the site in some time.  I was really impressed by Dan\'s pieces on the faculty and Jeri you should get a medal for all the things you do in the name of Dear Ole\' Fairview.  The bottom line is that the whole thing is well thought out.  Thanks again, and now excuse me.  I\'m going to step across the street to the Mascot.

Ed Stout, FHS \'65
Jennie Handwerker Druger
Posted on the 2010-12-22 at 19:00
Love this, my dad (David Handwerker) and mom (Brenda Deal) were grads. I am enjoying this site, thank you so much!

My grandma was friends with the cook at Goody\'s and we have the onion soup  and the butterscotch pie recipes as well.
Robert Planner
Posted on the 2010-12-07 at 19:00
I\'ve been away from Dayton since 1990 when I had to move to Atlanta because of my job. Was planning to move back to Dayton after i retired. Maybe I will someday.
Phil Pixley
Posted on the 2010-12-07 at 19:00

Hello,some might remember me some might not.I started in the class of 62-66,but I got sick& was held back a year.I would have graduated in 67 but good old N.C.R transferred my Father my senior year.Is there any way in heck ? that  I could be invited for the 45th. reunion,heck guys at my age there might not be another. Bye Phil Pixley A.X.E.

Terry L. Samer
Posted on the 2010-11-20 at 19:00
I am looking for Linda Campbell (Maiden Name) who I think graduated in 1965. Anybody know her? I hear she moved to Colorado. Thanks, Terry
Terry L. Samer
Posted on the 2010-11-20 at 19:00
I am a graduate of Fairview class of 1964. I was very good friends with Jim Romerill who married Kathy Music. I see you are looking for her. She lives In Cincy, in rather poor health. I hear she weighs approximately 80lbs. I had dinner with Jim Romerill the other day. We both live in Florida.
 Thought I would give you as much info as I can.

Carla (Holland) Drye
Posted on the 2010-11-17 at 19:00
Hope you don\'t mind a member from Class of \'72 dropped in, but I have older siblings and cousins that graduated in the 60s and uncles and aunts before that.  I think I have more memories from their high schools days than mine (siblings that is). It was great to see some of the old photo and landmarks of Dayton.
Linda (Willhelm) Holland 1965
Posted on the 2010-11-06 at 20:00
You\'ve put together a terrific website!  Although I graduated the previous year, I remember many of you...and saw photos of some of the \'65 gang.  I\'ve been living in Florida since about 1975 so I\'ve lost touch with my classmates.  Would love to hear from anyone.  Does anyone know what happened to Sally Tullis? We were joined at the hip in high school!
William Wentling \56
Posted on the 2010-10-18 at 20:00
I just took the guided tour @11-11-09 Field Trip. God Bless those who put it together. This was my first look inside in 50 years. Thanks for the memories. 
Mary Lou Spang
Posted on the 2010-10-15 at 20:00
I believe my Dad, John Raymond Rush graduated in 1931.  Love your website.and all the pictures of all the buildings downtown.  Thanks.
Vicki Gebhart (Schwartz)
Posted on the 2010-10-15 at 20:00
Walked thru Fairview after the auction, and stopped to look at the stained glass window. It really is beautiful. Too bad I had to wait to be 60 to realize that.
Shelly (Trickler) Madden Class of \82
Posted on the 2010-08-31 at 20:00
Hello again!! Here\'s a little more info re: the walkthrough for your Welcome page:

Kevin J. Hitt August 25 at 9:11pm Reply

David Char verified the following:
Here is the official word:
Friday, September 17, 2010 - Auction Preview (11-3)
Saturday, September 18, 2010 - Auction and Alumni Walk-thru (10-6)
Saturday, September 25, 2010 - Alumni Final Walk-thru

Information regarding the auction will be available September 1, 2010 at . The information will include the time, location and photos of some of the available items.
Auction Zip - Live Auction Locator - Find Auctions Anywhere!

Well there we have it.

I\'ll try to make all 3 dates with Camera in hand.

Open to more suggestions for activities. We have a group of folks trying to pull something together.

Many thanks to David Char and Jon Bloom for contacting the Board and I\'m looking forward to seeing folks
Kevin Hitt has some fabulous pics from the July 3rd Walkthrough. He is a friend on my page & you can friend him from there & take a look at his pics. They were on the website that one of the students that WOULD HAVE Graduated in 1983 created, but had to finish up at another High Shool, but I didn\'t see them their tonight. Although, you may want to add her site to your list of links: created by Tracy Jeter.

Hope to meet some of you Sat. the 18th for the final walkthrough!

Shelly (Trickler) Madden, Class of 1982
Shelly (Trickler) Madden \82
Posted on the 2010-08-20 at 20:00
Hello to all fellow Bulldogs! You might seem it odd that I, from the LAST graduating High School Class of Fairview is signing your guest book. However, it is with a heavy heart I have come to invite ALL ALUMNI to the FINAL walkthru a group of us have organized & to our surprise it iss 9/18/10. Doors open 10:00am - 6:00pm. Auction to take place-time to be determined. Possible picnic or function afterwards. I just wanted to be sure ALL ALUMNI  are aware Fairview will soon be demolished after this date. Reunions may continue, but this will be our last day to walk down memory lane, so bring your cameras if you can make it! I\'ve thoroughly enjoyed your website!
Jeri Jones Bland
Posted on the 2010-08-20 at 20:00
Hi Shelly from \'82!!  Terrifc to see you on FHS \'66 site!  Thank you!  Yes, it is hard to beleive the FHS Final Tour and Auction will be coming up very soon. I will have more informaiton on the "Welcome" page of this website as soon as additonal information is  confrimed by the DPS.  I heard last week they may have to change the date.  Let\'s keep in touch.  Apprecaite your entry and hope you keep visiting the site!   Jeri Jones Bland \'66
Bob Pinkus
Posted on the 2010-08-17 at 20:00
Who\'s out there?  Bob
claire postelnek waltman
Posted on the 2010-08-10 at 20:00
 hello to all former 1964 classmatesI just heard that the school is being torn down next year. that is a sad thing but that is life
mary ellen dickey
Posted on the 2010-06-24 at 20:00
1956 FHS...would like to stay informed as to how we can preserve FHS .....Windows...and all...please help us preserve the outstanding history and the memory of those who have given their lives for our country.  God bless America.
Jeri Jones Bland
Posted on the 2010-06-24 at 20:00
Dear Mary Ellen,
Exciting to hear that you are concerned about the FHS stained glass windows. If you are talking about how the entire class of 1956 can help, the first way would be to spread the word about the \'66 website address ( and the Windows Page information on the site. Secondly, if you have connections to your class representative who has your class contact list, the windows committee could send out  information to your classmates if we had a copy of that list or we can give you specific information to send to your class. We can use all the help we can get. You may contact me directly at  Donations may be made from the windows donation page on the \'66 website.  I appreciate your concerns about the windows. Thank you for writing! Jeri Jones Bland, FHS \'66
Anita (Steiner) Kinderman
Posted on the 2010-06-16 at 20:00
Hello graduates of Fairview High School.  I\'m with the Class of \'65.  Even though I didn\'t graduate with the class of \'65, I grew up with all who were a part of the years from \'61-65.  In fact, some classmates date back to grade school, Fairview Elem.

The "Steiner" family dates back to the late 50\'s and 60\'s.   My brothers, Fred, \'61 and Doug, \'69 (I think) played football, basketball and baseball for many years.  My sister, Connie, \'59, was a cheerleader for 3 years and was always part of the Maypole dancing group.  She was also a member of the Ace High club!  I played the saxophone in the concert and marching band and attended band camp for 3 years.  Remember Mr. Griep, our band leader?  He led our Scotchettes, Majorettes, drill team and band to many years of marching formations during half-time of football games at "Welcome Stadium".  One year, we were invited to Cleveland, to strut our stuff during half-time at one of the Cleveland Browns game! What an honor!  (I forget who the opposing team was?) Good times!!

I\'ll have to write more about Fairview and all that happened throughout the years another time.  But this brings back many memories.

Thank you!
Anita (Steiner) Kinderman
Marcia Pabst Calhoun class \68
Posted on the 2010-06-06 at 20:00
You have an impressive website and it was fun to read about the "upper classpeople" with whom I was so impressed in my HS days. Our class of 1968 has had a reunion every 5 years since our 20th and we maintain communication with many of our classmates. Some of us here in Dayton still see each other frequently. Will check this site our periodically , as well as the site of \'68, to see what\'s going on.
William \Bill\ Bridges
Posted on the 2010-06-04 at 20:00
For all my classmates, you all have done a great job in capturing the spirit and the energy of the Class of 66.  I\'ve been away from Dayton since 1981 when I moved our family to Scottsdale, AZ, then on to Denver, CO in 1993.  I have been back a few times to visit remaining family, but have never taken the initiative to make contact with any of the class.  Sounds odd for the one voted "Boy with the best school spirit \'66".  But life is so full of twists and turns.  The latest being the discovery of this site.  I\'m hoping to re-kindle some of the friendships from long ago.  Thanks you all on the committee for making this possible.
Sally Jacobson
Posted on the 2010-05-08 at 20:00
I\'m delighted to have stumbled across this website - I moved away to California in 1964, so I did not graduate with the 1966 class.  But I\'ve often wondered what happened to the wonderful people I knew.  Hope to hear from some of you.
Jeri Jones Bland
Posted on the 2010-04-18 at 20:00
I was just looking again at all the wonderful comments so many of you have made. On behalf of the website committee, your excitement and kindness are greatly appreciated. Thank you and we hope you continue to enjoy!!  We are!  Jeri
Paula Dietrichson Kuhn
Posted on the 2010-04-14 at 20:00
This site is wonderful!!  I am so impressed with all the efforts that you folks are making to keep your class and Fairview alive!  I was in the class of \'67 and had lost contact with just about everybody and thankfully have recently reconnected with several people.  That reconnection and visiting this site has flooded me with memories.  Thank you so much.
Jim Poe
Posted on the 2010-01-25 at 19:00


I remember so many of you from band and other school activities.  You have a great site and way to communicate. My long-time friend Bob Englert told me about this so I took the opportunity to check it out and I’m glad I did. 
Best wishes always.
Beth Binkley Fendley
Posted on the 2010-01-19 at 19:00
What a wonderful tribute to my alma mater, class of 67. My dad, Jim Binkley, was an English teacher at Fairview. Dan Wolfe contacted me to find Dad. Sadly he died 5 years ago, but next week Dan plans to talk with my mom who is in Beavercreek visiting family. Dad loved FHS and he would be proud to be remembered.
Dennis L. Huddleston
Posted on the 2010-01-18 at 19:00
Great to find this websight. It's good to remember while we can.
Susi Sower Hansen
Posted on the 2010-01-09 at 19:00

This is the best!!  My mind is flooding with memories of all of you, the school, I get so melancholy looking at and reading it all.  Thanks to you for taking the time to bring it all back. 

Susi Sower Hansen   FHS '65

Andy allen
Posted on the 2009-12-11 at 19:00
 To all- Does anyone else remember when we were freshman, and Jack Berkmeier  did the morning announcements, and came on and said "Good morning FHS, Today is S-H-I-T, Sure Happy It's  Thursday"- and the loudspeaker went dead. It was a great introducton the humor of FHS! Andy
sue Thompson
Posted on the 2009-11-28 at 19:00

To the class of 66 just wanted you to know that Kerry Thompson passed away Nov. 26.2009.
He had cancer for about 2 months.He went very peacefully.    Keep us in your prayers. you can go to         

                       Sue Thompson

Rhonda L. Barrett, FHS Class of 1980
Posted on the 2009-11-21 at 19:00
What can I say?  Words cannot express the emotions I am feeling especially when I saw pictures of Mr. Bruggeman, my Beginning French and Etymology teacher.  The students in the class of 1966 might have been some of his first students but I was one of his last at Fairview.  Oh, the memories of trying french dishes prepared by fellow students and learning the Greek alphabet.  Don't ask me to recite them now!!

The pictures of the 11/11/2009 Field Trip brought so much joy and sorrow to me since our school is slated for the wrecking ball later this year.  I wish I could have been there.

There is only one thing to say: "Add a webpage with links to other Fairview alumni sites, i.e., Facebook's Fairview listing, etc. and a page for alumni and staff that are no longer with us".

Other than that, my heartfelt thanks for letting me  relive some of my fondest memories of the greatest high school in Dayton.
Posted on the 2009-11-18 at 19:00


Jack Berkemeier
Posted on the 2009-11-15 at 19:00
Hey Guy's, Your web site is spectacular. Just received an e-mail from Jeri I hope the info provided will help her in locating Jan Culp 63.  I have been communicating with your fellow classmates and appreciate all the kind remarks these past few weeks.  Let me know if any additional info is needed and I will be glad to make any contacts for you in order to build your web site. 

Marc Jennings
Posted on the 2009-10-29 at 20:00

I have just finished catching up on all the additions that have been made to the site and it's content.  Boy, my hat is off to you folks who have transformed the Fairview66 site from a vision to what it is today: a wonderful link to our common past.  Please also pass along my thanks to Dan Wolfe for his great story of a visit with Mr. Bruggeman, a teacher who made a difference to him.

I marvel at the talent, creativity and dedication that continues to pour forth from our classmates.  It was an honor to attend FHS with you all and I'll bet Nancy Marker would be as proud of you as I am.

My very best regards,
Jeri Jones Bland
Posted on the 2009-09-26 at 20:00
Marlene, thanks so much for your kind words. The committee really apreciates it! It has been fun working on the site. It is wonderful to hear from you and hope we can get more classmates to make an entry on this page. Having many entries would be an interesting addition for other classmates. It's a great way to keep in touch with everyone. Again, so good to hear from you and thanks for writng an entry!

Come on classmates — let's hear from you!  As Marlene said, we may be 61 but we are the "new"  41. So let's show it. Go Bulldogs!!
Marlene Greenfield Schultz
Posted on the 2009-09-23 at 20:00
Thanks to Mike Levitt - I just heard about the new website. It is really terrific. Thanks to all who have worked so hard to make this such a user friendly site. I look forward to checking in often to learn what people are up to.  It is hard to believe that we are now 61 - but I guess since 60 is the new 40 - we are really only 41!!!
Jeri Jones Bland
Posted on the 2009-05-01 at 20:00
Hello Classmates!
I am taking advantage of this space to thank you for joining your other classmates in viewing our new class website.  It's so good to see you participating and registering on the "Class of 66" page.  The registrations on that page will form our master contact list for upcoming reunions and other notifications, so it is important to register.  We appreciate all of your comments so please keep them coming!!  We have gotten some good suggestions for the site.  Looking forward to hearing more from you!
-- Jeri Jones Bland