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06/18/18 04:08 PM #201    

Janis Barrett

Class of '68:

I am sorry that some classmates cannot make the official Class of '68 50th Reunion in September of this year.  Thanks to the others of you for signing up and calling friends that may not have heard.  I again want to thank Shirley and Rocelia for all of their work to make this happen.  This will be the first reunion united and we all appreciate the continued interest.   I am looking forward to seeing you all there.

For classmates unable to make this Reunion and might be interested in the combined Reunion of classes '67-'70 please contact Betsy, class of '69, at this website:   She can enter you as a "guest" on their website and there you will find all the information.


Janis Barrett



06/18/18 07:33 PM #202    

Carmen Perez (Perez)

I plan on attending the 50th in Sept. I am looking forward to our official reunion, I hope more members of our class can go. See you there Janis. ๐Ÿ˜Š

06/19/18 01:02 PM #203    

Arthur Stonelake

I had paid and will attend  not sure  but going only  one  night i do not live far  from  the hotel  so not a problem  and look forward to  being there   havet talked to a few people  some are going and some not  will go and enjoy

06/20/18 09:40 AM #204    


Albert (Al) Ricketts

I'm looking forward to attending our Reunion in Sept. see you all there


06/21/18 04:38 PM #205    


Susan Farrar (Dontell)

I had been looking forward to the 50th reunion, but I don't think I will make it.  My mitochodnria disease is worse and I have too much pain to drive that far.  And, when I think about it, I knew a lot of people who were known to all, but only a few people knew me who were the hrose people and that is only a handful of people.  If I lived closer I mgiht consider it, but afraid I'll have to pass.  I hope it goes well for everyone else.

06/23/18 05:46 PM #206    


Joyce Gulledge (Taylor)

Hi Susan.  So sorry to hear that you won't be able to attend due to your condition.  I'm not sure I know you but I will be thinking about you and praying for relief of your pain.  Stay positive and strong!  The Universe is at your disposal when you need it; all you have to do is ask and put your requests out there.  Be safe and take care of yourself. Go Class of 68!!!

01/23/19 02:26 PM #207    


Robert Bain

Hi Class of 1968 

Update:  My walk on Camino de Santiago, completed in 30 days, crossing Spain. It was "amazing".

So I have decided to walk it again. Plane leaves for Paris on May 6 and my second camino starts the next day. 

The first day, walking up the Pyrenees Mountains in France was the most challenging. Then after four weeks I injured my right ankle but made it to Santiago on time, limping along for 5 days.

Anyone one who is not a professional hiker or climber and seeks advice on the Camino Trail, contact me. and "Buen Camino"


09/03/19 01:56 PM #208    


Robert Bain


Finished 2nd Walk across the Camino De Santiago Spain, highly recommend you put it on your bucket list. (or at least watch the movie "The Way")


Would like to hear from all who have bithdays in September. I'm turning 7 +0..years this month, where has the time gone?  And Happy Birthday to Don Fedele, 9/20.


09/03/19 03:50 PM #209    

Carmen Perez (Perez)

Robert,  Congrats on finishing your 2nd walk.  I have it on my bucket list.  When I am ready to plan the trip, I hope you don't mind me contacting you for advice.  I turned 70 next July.  It seems like yesterday we were all in high school.  God Blesssmiley




09/04/19 10:18 AM #210    


Susan Farrar (Dontell)

Hey Robert,

I'm a Sept. 5th baby, but I came into school a year early.  I wish I was as healthy as you to do that.  But, no such luck.  I have to live vicariously through your travels.  The brain tumor took it all out of me.

09/05/19 12:02 AM #211    


Robert Bain

For anyone and all that are thinking of walking the Camino, I would be most happy to provide my experience, lessons and insights from walking this spritual path in 2018 and 2019. What I have learned "what to do and what not to do" would be helpful when deciding your journey. Peace to all.

09/05/19 11:36 AM #212    

Terry Morris (Camp)


Hi Robert, I’ve enjoyed reading your posts regarding your exciting adventures and admire you for such accomplishments. I wish you the best birthday ever with continued good health and happiness. , and wish the same for the other MCC September birthdays.   Take care!  BTW, I have the same birthday as Don Fridel.  ๐Ÿ™‚

Teri Morris Camp

09/05/19 04:17 PM #213    

Carmen Perez (Perez)

Happy Birthday to all Sept. babies.   smiley

09/05/19 05:15 PM #214    


Robert Bain


Escaping Modern Stress on the Santiago Caminoโ€‹

This article is well written and reading for all looking for their path in life. (copy and paste in google search.   Robert ("The Way" ...on youtube)






05/28/21 10:12 AM #215    


Susan Farrar (Dontell)

I recently posted my latest book on Amazon and various ebook sites.  The film isn't for everyone.  Here is the description: 

Future Centuries.  The country has been brutally manipulated into a division so deep that the origin of the deception is nearly lost. Except to one man and his friends. They hold onto cherished books, long ago banned by One World Order. Hold onto memories of a freedom not even suspected by the majority of a nation now under total control of a One World Leader. The slow build-up, the slow take-over of mind, will, and spirit has nearly taken its toll... until Christopher learns there is hope to be found, love to be experienced, buried truths to be identified, and lies to be exposed. It would all be explained in Tucker's remarkable cottage. The question the premise of the story poses for the reader: Could this ever really happen in America? To America? Or... is it happening now? Fable or truth? For the reader to determine.


Amazon ebook:

Universal ebook to various entities:

Tucker paperback book:

09/16/21 05:54 PM #216    

Barry Wharton

I am deeply saddened to report that Georgina Wharton, my wife and life partner for almost 50 years, passed away earlier this year after a protracted battle with cancer. Below is the link to her obituary:

09/16/21 06:29 PM #217    

Barry Wharton

I'm told the link to Georgina Wharton's obituary was bad. Try this one:

09/17/21 08:23 AM #218    

Barry Wharton

Hopefully the link to Georgina Wharton's obituary works this time. Due to COVID concerns we held a family-only outdoor memorial at the cemetery.


09/17/21 08:29 AM #219    


Susan Farrar (Dontell)

Barry, I am so sorry to learn of the loss of your wife.  May she rest in peace.

09/17/21 05:46 PM #220    

Hiram Hernandez

My friend Barry, There are no words that can possibly console you at this time, please know that you and your family are in my prayers.

09/17/21 07:44 PM #221    

James Tucciarone










So sorry to hear about your lovely wife passing. Yo-yi always had a smile when we met. Sorry I missed the 50th reunion. I had a couple of surgeries. I hope all is well with you and your family. 
Take care my friend.

Love, Sue & Jim







09/18/21 02:22 PM #222    

Sarah Oladell (Costner)

Sorry for the loss of your wife Barry  In my prayers

09/19/21 12:08 PM #223    

Carmen Perez (Perez)


Dear Barry,  So sorry to read about Georgina's passing. 
I lost my wonderful husband, Carlos, in April, 2017.
I know how painful it is to lose your partner and soulmate.  The pain is sometimes unbearable.
You are blessed to have your family help you with the emptiness I know you are feeling.
The  pain doesn't go away but it becomes easier to live with.

I will pray for you and your family. May Georgina RIP๐Ÿ™โœ๏ธ
My deepest sympathy,





09/19/21 01:48 PM #224    


Linda Carley (Burrow)

Barry, my heart goes out to you and my deepest condolences on the loss of your precious wife. I am praying God will comfort you and your family and give you peace and strength during this difficult time. 

Best regards,

Linda Carley Burrow



09/26/21 02:56 PM #225    

Renee Fried (Wallace)

I am sorry to hear of the loss of Georgina. Please know how much we care, Barry.

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