Thank you for visiting our pages. We would love it if you would add your Alumni update to this guestbook
we are keeping!
Joanna Reichel Fox, Class of 1969 <email@example.com>
Columbia, SC, USA
What a surprise to come across this guestbook! I was actually trying to find a way to contact Vance Shepperson as I had heard via Martha Rajnoor Prysock that he and his wife were selling their home and moving to India. I guess that country just couldn't get along any more without Martha ... so here comes Vance to set them all straight! I hope you read this, Vance, and let us know what's happening!Back to Top | Back to Index
Speaking of old classmates, it must be age or something, but I have been feeling decidely nostalgic in these past few years and as our class reunion draws nigh, I'm wondering where all of you are from the CLASS OF 1969?? I especially want to find Ruth Peasland (Baglietto). Any clues out there?
I'm definitely not musical, but a certain refrain keeps drifting through my mind ..."The path that I have trod has brought me closer God..." My deep heartfelt thanks to Dr. Fortosis for what he taught us through his life, his committment to a good God in the midst of a pain-filled world and as he challenged us that we sing that song with integrity being willing to walk whatever path God chooses for us in order to know Him better.
My path has not been easy, but I can rejoice from the bottom of my heart that God chose it for me because through the suffering I've experienced in this life, I have come to know God's very heart in a way that I never would have otherwise. Without loss and pain, how would I ever have come to known His grace and compassion?
The journey we have been on together has included mountain top experiences (literally and spiritually) with Navajos, Sioux, and Apaches; living in a Hoghan and herding sheep; studying at Moody Bible Institute, working with Hispanics and Native Americans in Chicago, escaping the sequellae of a broken marriage by taking refuge in North Dakota with my two children; Little House on the Praire experiences (trudging through snow, chopping the ice away from the door to get out); enjoying the good farm folk of North Dakota; moving back to Columbia as asthma surfaced; meeting and marrying my authentic southern husband, Bruce, whom I met in Awana at our church, (who introduced me to kayaking and okra); raising 3 kids in the South (Jonathan - the absolutely best carpenter around, Sara - the best sheriff deputy I know of & the fastest gun in the South - and Meaghan -- the sweetest thing on the face of this earth); backpacking whenever I can find someone to go with me; and last but certainly not least, re-discovering the Scriptures through Jewish eyes (Hebraic roots) and falling in love with "the apple of God's eye," the Jewish people which was futher enhanced by serving with Bruce and later our two daughters in the Negev in Israel (right near K'desh Barnea). We are so thankful for the new work God is doing in our "old" hearts as He continues to burden us for Israel, those wonderful called out ones to whom we owe our Scriptures (Old and New) and much, much more!
Well, I better stop. I'm so afraid that I'm going to hit the wrong key, and I will lose it all!
Blessings and Shalom to you all!
Signed on Wednesday, September 02, 2009 at 08:53:46 (CDT)
Dan L. & Ramona (Veenker) Wiley, Class of 1966 <firstname.lastname@example.org> or <email@example.com>
Hobe Sound, Florida, USA
Mona and I were married in 1970 in Michigan and shortly after moved to Florida where we still make our home. We have a national consulting practice in judicial system operations and facility planning. Our children our grown. We have enjoyed staying in touch with several of our classmates and occasionally getting together. We'd be delighted to hear from those with whom we have lost connection. Back to Top | Back to Index
Signed on Friday, March 21, 2008 at 15:10:16 (CDT)
Peter Stube,Class of 1969, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
New Bern, NC, USA
Since leaving Ben Lippen, I finished college beginning at UNC-Asheville where I played varsity soccer with Jon Marcy, then on to CBC. I met Rachael at CBC. We have been married 33 years and have raised 3 wonderful sons. All of our sons are now college grads, one is married and is engaged in social work, a second soon will be married and a minister of youth at an Episcopal Church, the third has just finisted college and is teaching at a Christian school.Back to Top | Back to Index
After college I served as a youth pastor for a few years in and American Baptist Church then attended Virginia Theological Seminary, receiving both a masters and doctorate. I have served Episcopal Churches in Montana, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Atlanta, Philadelphia, and finally back to North Carolina. Yes I am still an Episcoplian.
My mission at BL was to demonstrate that it was possible to be both a faithful Episcoplian and a Christian.
I remain grateful for the BL years and the sense of faith and faithfulness I learned there. My other Ben Lippen sibs are scattered around the country and I hope to see them all at my middle son's wedding in late September.
I think often of you my classmates and teachers, you all were such important shapers of four years of my life, foundational years. Email if you like.
Rachael and I are enjoying these years of being just the 2 of us again. We have had opportunites to travel as I engage the national church more. We have been finalist in a couple bishop processes, which made clear to me that I am best suited to the life of parish priest.
Peace sisters and brothers.
Signed on Monday, September 03, 2007 at 10:07:50 (CDT)
Mark Staples, Class of 1967 <email@example.com> or <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Calgary, Alberta , Canada
My wife, Marlene, and I were married in 1974. We met in Quito, Ecuador at Christmas time 1973. After Ben Lippen I attended Moody for two years, one year at Univ of South Carolina-Lancaster campus, and two years at Bob Jones Univ. Never really did finish my requirements for university graduation because I was working full-time and the schooling got put aside. Back to Top | Back to Index
Marlene and I purchased a commercial printing business in Monroe, NC in 1975. In 1984 we sold the business and joined Wycliffe Bible Translators. I have been manager of the printing operations for Wycliffe Canada since 1986 until the present except for 5 years we were in Ghana, West Africa. Wycliffe asked us to go to Ghana to manage and train in the print shop that was in operation in Tamale, Ghana.
Marlene and I have six children - 4 sons and two daughters, 4 grandchildren and one more grandchild to be joining the clan in Nov 07. Three of the boys are married. Three of our sons live near Waxhaw, NC (near Charlotte), one son and his wife just moved to Nashville, TN and the two girls are still at home with us.
Pressing on, Mark
Mark Staples, Print Shop Mgr
Wycliffe Bible Translators
Signed on Monday, August 20, 2007 at 10:49 (CDT)
Jim Uttley,Class of 1967, <email@example.com> or <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
While researching on the internet, I came across this site. Wow! Wish I'd known about this a long time ago. I saw my sister Ruth's ('69) but she never told me about this site. Great to be in contact with the BL family.Back to Top | Back to Index
Here's a rundown on where I've been the last 40 years (has it really been that long?)
Following Ben Lippen, I went to Moody Bible Institute, graduating in 1970. I continued my studies at Philadelphia College of Bible (now Phila. Biblical University). Thought I could do it in two years but ended up taking four, graduating in '74.
In 1976, I returned to Haiti (where I'd spent my childhood as an MK), for a one-year term. During that time, I met Jan Hummel, a nurse from Bloomington, Illinois. We were married in '78 and our short-term missions assignment lasted 11 years. Our three children were born in Haiti.
Leaving Haiti in 1987, God led us to Winnipeg, Canada, where we serve with Indian Life Ministries, a literature outreach to North American Indians. We have been here since then, with a three-year interruption when we served with World Team in Miami, Florida.
In 2003, my wife and I joined Wiconi International as Communications Coordinator. I also work part-time as editor of INDIAN LIFE, a bi-monthly evangelistic newspaper for North America's First Peoples. I'm a mentor with the Jerry B. Jenkins Christian Writers Guild.
Our two daughters, Jodi and Jinelle, are married and Jodi has given us two grandsons, Alex, 3, and Zachary, 1. Our son Jason still lives at home and works for a Christian transition house for people with HIV/AIDS called the House of Hesed.
So there you have it! It's great to be connected again and hope that you'll email me--especially those from '67.
Jim Uttley ('67)
612 Goulding Street
Winnipeg, MB R3G 2S2
Signed on Monday, July 23, 2007 at 5:25 PM (EDT)
Alleene Petty Kracht, Class of 1964, email@example.com
I was just looking at something on Ben Lippen and saw you had a
project going on. I am from the class of 1964 which has been fairly
active over the years. We have someone who has kept us in touch with
one another. I will e-mail her and tell her about your project. I
notice that no one from our class has signed in. We will try to
Alleene Petty Kracht
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Signed on Friday, August 18, 2006 7:22 AM
Grace Townsend Goreth, Class of 1965 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tustin, CA, USA
Grace Townsend Goreth
I'm so glad to be reconected with my class of 1965. Even though I was
not able to graduate with my class (I had to leave my Junior year due to
medical reasons) I still consider it my class. I have wonderful
memories of my time there.
My husband Tom and I have been married for 39 years (Feb 12, 1966)
We have three childred, Joy 31, Faith 29, at Joel 24. We also have
three granddaughters from our daughter Faith. We are missionaries with
Wycliffe Bible Translators.
Thanks for staying in touch,Back to Top | Back to Index
Grace Townsend Goreth
Signed on Monday, June 23, 2005 at 11:45 (EDT)
Patrick (Pat) W. Major III,Class of 1965 <email@example.com> or <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Long Beach, CA, USA
(...and fellow alumni!) I never expected to make a move away from San Diego. But God knows... So, I've left the high school there and moved up the road to be School Administrator for a preschool, elementary and middle school at the First Baptist Church of Lakewood in Long Beach, CA.
We bought a fixer-upper here. Our new home is just two blocks from the church and school (about 400 students, P-K to 8th grade.) Give us a few months before you come stay the night...but come visit or call:
Pat and Daphnelynn Major
4702 Adenmoor Avenue
Lakewood, CA 90713
Signed on Tuesday, September 02, 2003 at 02:35:55 (EDT)
El Cajon, CA, USA
Thank you Becky for maintaining this wonderful
site! I check back quite regularly!
I love to see NEW postings from former classmates and tell all the BL
friends I meet to check it out and share some news!
Any friends vacationing or passing through San Diego area on business,
please phone us and stop to visit!
Signed on Wednesday, August 08, 2001 at 17:12:07 (EDT)
Pat's First Entry:
Mr. Patrick W. Major, IIIBack to Top | Back to Index
Pat is currently Principal of Christian High School and Christian Junior
High, in El Cajon, CA. CHS is one of 5 schools in the Christian Unified
Schools of San Diego. He also taught history, coached basketball and
advised the yearbook in the late 70's.
Pat graduated from Columbia Int'l Univ. in 1969 (BA in BE) and then
from BIOLA Univ. in 1972 (BA in Social Sci./Teacher's Credential). He
received a MA degree (Point Loma Nazarene Univ., 1979) in
Administration and Supervision of Secondary schools. "Mr. Major" was
principal of two schools in Bakersfield in the 80's, prior to 12 years as
Administrator of Yucaipa Christian Schools.
With his wife, Daphnelynn, he moved back to San Diego in April, 2000.
They have two children who are both graduates of Azusa Pacific and now
Mr. Major has served 9 years on the ACSI (Association of Christian
Schools International) Executive Board, whose headquarters are in
Colorado Springs. He is Chairman of the Southern California ACSI
Accreditation Commission and a member of the ACSI national Accreditation
Commission in Colorado Springs. Pat has chaired numerous
joint WASC/ACSI accreditation trips in southern California, as well as to
overseas schools in Manila, Bangkok and Singapore.
If you're ever in San Diego, look them up!
Signed on Monday, January 29, 2001 at 19:15:24 (EST)
Bill Martin, Class of 1965 <email@example.com>
Reading, PA, USA
hello all . It was nice to see all those familiar names
and I will check this site out from time to time.
Updated on Saturday, September 06, 2003 at 17:31:43 (EDT)
I stumbled on this site and was quite surprised to see old names appear
on the screen. Hey Dave Martin, I remember the trip to Washington and the
CHIINESE restaurant. I know you are from Japan, I didnt forget.
I guess Steve never married Bev Wills. I lost contact with BILL lubkemann
but I DID LEARN TO CARVE roosters like his brother Chris. I am retired from
VERIZON phone co, and I spend my time hunting, riding motorcycling and working
on a few horse farms in my area.Back to Top | Back to Index
Signed on Thursday, September 04, 2003 at 12:44:23 (EDT)
Anita Brower, Class of 1968 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Irmo, SC, USA
Wow! My sister-in-law, Gail Brower, married to my
brother George, just recently told me about this website. I finally got
a chance to check it out and am pleased to read from and about many
familiar names. Quite nostalgic, it is! But tell me, WHERE IS THE CLASS
OF '68???? Back to Top | Back to Index
How to sum up so many years in so few words? I graduated from CBC in
1972 and then from an LPN course here in Columbia in 1974. After living
in Indiana, Texas, New Jersey and California, I am back in SC again. I
have 4 children from my 21 year marriage that ended in 1995. They are
twin girls (25), and two sons (23 and 18 - a fresh new high school
graduate). They all live here in Columbia. I am also raising my 7 year
old granddaughter; she just finished first grade.
In 1996 I married Jonathan Marcy, class of 1969. He has two sons (21 and
19) from his first marriage. He is self-employed as a Human Resources
That'll do for now.
Signed on Monday, June 10, 2002 at 22:34:08 (EDT)
Mark L. Weathers,
Class of 1965 <email@example.com>
Thanks to the creators of this site!Back to Top | Back to Index
For my class members whom I've not kept up with, I went to CBC for for
years, met Esther there, we were married the year we graduated. We joined
WBT and have worked with SIL in Mexico since 1970, in an area 700 miles
from where I grew up, where totally different languages are spoken. We
have four children, two now married. You can see pictures of all of us
at our son Matthew's website: www.matthewweathers.com.
Hope to see some news from more of your here eventually.
Signed on Saturday, February 16, 2002 at 23:45:32 (EST)
Ray Smith, Class of 1967 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hello to all!Back to Top | Back to Index
My autobiographical note: After graduating from ole BL in 1967, I
attended the College of Charleston for premedicine, went to medical
school at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, and
completed a residency there in Pathology in 1978. After two years on
faculty at the University of Kentucky, I abandoned academia, took another
brief residency in Cincinnati, and moved to my present job in Norfolk, VA
in 1982. For the last nineteen years I have been associated with DePaul
Hospital as one of a group of pathologists now servicing three area
I married Susan Baer in March of 1971, still in my freshman year of
medical school. We have two children, ages 20 (Matt)and 18 (Tricia). And
we now have a new grandson one month old, courtesy of my son and his
former girlfriend (yes, you read it right).
I remember my days at Ben Lippen with great happiness. That is where I
was truly introduced to the practice of Christian living-- prayer and
personal Bible study. This reached and changed me despite the
inconsistencies of faculty and the irritations of daily life at the
school. And though my life has had its share of inconsistencies (just
like those annoying faculty), still my course has been set, since way
back in the sixties.
God has continually placed me is situations where I have had to turn to
Him; the current one with my son is just the latest in the sequence. I
must have a troublesome self-reliance or independence, because God
continually works on my dependence on Him. Or, as my Dad would say, the
flesh dies hard. But I am ever amazed at what God brings out of these
situations, although they are no fun as they evolve.
It is great to hear how others are doing. Thanks for the opportunity to
share in this and to be reminded of those days at Ben Lippen. And to any
who read this and don't share warm feelings about their days at BL, take
heart. In my immediate circle of family and in-laws, there are eight who
attended Ben Lippen, and none of them feel that the experience was
positive. Sobering! I feel like an aberration. So we didn't send our kids
to Christian schools despite all the positive things I received.
Take care, all.
Ray Smith, class of '67
Email Updated on Thursday, November 23, 2006
Signed on Sunday, December 02, 2001 at 14:20:04 (EST)
Ruth Uttley Bechtel, Class of 1969
Vianopolis, GO, Brazil
AFter receiving my diploma from nurse's
training at Georga Baptist Hospital in Atlanta, I spent several years as
school nurse/student at Northeastern Bible College in Essex Fells, NJ;
two years in France with Slavic Gospel Association; two years at Columbia
Bible College/grad school; and eighteen years of marriage serving with my
husband, LeRoy, music director at Family Life Ministries in Bath, NY.
Now we find ourselves in Vianopolis, Brazil, with New Tribes Mission,
both teaching at the MK school. We plan to be here one to two years. We
have two children: David 14 and Leanna 12.Back to Top | Back to Index
Signed on Monday, November 19, 2001 at 08:07:36 (EST)
Fran(ces) Reed Martin, Class of 1961 <Frances.Martin@usm.edu>
Hattiesburg, MS, USA
I married Jim Martin, Class of '62. We have served the Lord in a number of academic institutions over the years, most recently at the University of Southern Mississippi. Would love to hear from anyone we know! FranBack to Top | Back to Index
Signed on Monday, September 10, 2001 at 10:13:34 (EDT)
lorraine sandifer, Class of ??
lexington, SC, USA
love the wed site and the pictures!Back to Top | Back to Index
Signed on Tuesday, January 30, 2001 at 14:51:27 (EST)
Jim Martin, Class of 1962 <Jim.Martin@usm.edu>
Hattiesburg, MS, USA
I'm Jim Martin, class of '62, married to Fran
Reed, class of '61. We have three daughters, Ruth an ob/gyn living in
Atlanta, Georgia, Joanne, a student living in Pittsburgh, Pa., and
Deborah, a "housefrau" living in Freiburg, Germany. I am Dean of
Libraries at the University of Southern Mississippi and Fran is Director
of Nurses at the Southern Miss clinic.Back to Top | Back to Index
Signed on Thursday, January 18, 2001 at 16:47:19 (EST)
Lou Caldwell, Class of 1969 <Soccerma13@AOL.com>
St. Petersburg, FL, USA
After 2 years at CBC, 1 year at USC, 20
years of marriage, I am a single mom with a 19 year old son attending
Eastern College, St, Davids, PA and a 17 year old son living with me in
St. Pete. Where are all the rest of the grads of '69?Back to Top | Back to Index
Signed on Saturday, April 29, 2000 at 16:24:57 (EDT)
Helen Digby O'Neal, Class of 1961 <email@example.com> or <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sachse, TX, USA
It looks like I am the first of the class of 1961 to
register! I have been married for 25 years to a wonderful Texan, and we
live in a town in the Dallas metroplex. Our son Billy lives and works in
Chicago; our daughter Evelyn will graduate from Abilene Christian
University in May of 2000 with a degree in Theatre. My husband Bill is a
retired public high school teacher (drafting and architecture), and he
continues to work in the drafting field. I teach Spanish part time in a
small school in the area--to kindergarten through sixth grades. I would
love to hear from any of my former classmates!Back to Top | Back to Index
Signed on Sunday, March 26, 2000 at 23:42:50 (EST)
Charles Digby, Class of 1963 <email@example.com>
Dr Fortosis led me to the Lord in January 1963, my
senior year. I always remember his Bible classes from Isaiah. His love for
the Lord, sincerity and dedication to all those around him were
unquestionable and unique. I have been an airline interpreter for over 20
years, 15 of them in Michigan. Would love to hear from anyone who attended
BL in the 60's.My wife is from Germany and we have twins, Robert and
Elizabeth, 23 years old. God bless you!Back to Top | Back to Index
Signed on Saturday, March 25, 2000 at 23:39:42 (EST)
Jean Marie Clemenger, Class of 1967 <firstname.lastname@example.org> or <email@example.com>
Forty-plus years on, I'm "Jean Marie" to most of my acquaintance but still "Jeanie" to family and old friends. After three decades I'm still working as secretary and researcher for the same boss, Preston Manning. He has moved on from being Leader of the Opposition in the Canadian Parliament to starting up the Manning Centre for Building Democracy based in Calgary, Alberta (www.manningcentre.ca), dedicated to preparing Canadians for principled participation in politics (alliteration not my own). It's a joy to be a servant to someone who sees himself as a servant, always a challenge and a blessing.
Would enjoy hearing from a classmate or others of my vintage at Ben Lippen. I still benefit from what I learned there, specially from Reita (Hall) Wells and Terry Elniff. Thank God for Ben Lippen.
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My sister Laurel (class of '80) passed along the URL
and I'm sorry to see no others for class of 1967. I am living in Ottawa,
working as Personal Assistant to the Leader of the Opposition in
Parliament, and keeping balance in my life by singing in a church choir.
My family, including parents, siblings, nieces & nephews,
step-grandmother, step-children, and grandchildren, are the light of my
Ben Lippen seems a LONG time ago, but I'm still making good use of Miss
Hall's English grammar notes -- part of my job is to edit and correct
letters written for my boss's signature, and I have often sent a mental
thank-you to Reita Hall. (By the way, I have her address if anyone from
my era would like to have it.)
Updated on Sunday, February 03, 2008 at 15:37:22 (CST)
Originally Signed on Thursday, March 02, 2000 at 15:32:49 (EST)
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John Turnidge, Class of 1965 <firstname.lastname@example.org> or <email@example.com>
Fort Collins, CO, USA
This is just a quick note to let you know that we (my wife and I) are
grads of BL in the class of 1965. My wife's name is Dianne DuBois. My
name is John Turnidge.
Currently living in Fort Collins, Colorado, but moving this fall to
I will get back to you later with more information about us, but Dianne
is an accountant for a civil engineering firm, and I am a consultant for
Church Ministries International, helping urban churches in major cities
in Latin America and Spain. Dianne and I spent 15 years in Spain as
missionaries, and returned to the States in 1988.
Thanks for the work you have done on all of this! It is a great job!
Signed on Monday, April 19, 1999 at 21:16:07 (EST)
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Brandon J. Wolf, Class of 1965 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Houston, TX 77024, USA
Fantastic idea, Becky! Thanks for all
the hard work. Back to
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I am going to break the ice on the 60's, and provide some feedback on the
Class of 1965.
First off, I should mention that while at BLHS, I was known as David W.
Dahlquist. On October 21, 1997, I legally changed my name to Brandon J.
Wolf. I had been wanting to change it for the past couple years, and
when it finally happened, it was a very happy event for me. As far as
why, it's a long story. But the bottom line is that it is a very
positive step for me.
After Ben Lippen, I attended Cornerstone College in Grand Rapids,
Michigan, for two years. Then I finished out at Baylor University, in
First two years out of college, I taught high school English at Hargrave
Then, for six years, I worked in the Public Relations Office at Northern
Virginia Community College, in Annandale, Virginia, a surburb of DC. I
wrote news releases and took a LOT of pictures.
From 1977 through the present, I have lived in Houston, TX, and worked
for Texas Commerce Bank. I have been a special report programmer for
the past decade, in the Technology Partnership at the bank. On January
20, 1998, our name will officially change to Chase Bank of Texas,
although we have been part of Chase for the past ten years.
For anyone who knew my oldest brother, Don Dahlquist (Class of 1956), he
passed away in March of 1979, of diabetes melitis, at the age of 38. He
went to Wheaton College after BL, then to Baylor Medical School. He was
working in heart surgery, until the diabetes impaired his eyesight. He
then set up a company called Houston Emergency Physicians Associates,
which contracted emergency services for hospitals that found this too big
an effort to handle themselves.
My memories of Ben Lippen are mixed. I was considered a good student,
and never had any conduct problems to mention, but I always felt detached
from things while there. I guess it just wasn't my thing. I remember
certain friends with much fondness, but the "ruling philosophies" I don't
miss at all. There are a number of things that I take issue with, even
today, and I feel that they are detrimental to being a healthy human
being. I do think the finishing school touches were nice. There are
still things I do that I learned there, that I rarely recognize in anyone
I am single, and live with my miniature schnauzer, Brandy, in the
Memorial area of Houston. Although I am no fan of the former president,
I do find it noteworthy to mention that George Bush's post-White House
office is just ONE block from where I live. I can see his office suite
from my back porch. He began his political career as a US
Representative from the Memorial area of Houston, and lives here now.
My biggest disappointment with people from my past is their lack of
understanding about the realities of my life. I won't get into a
controversial dissertation here, but I will say that over the last sixteen
years, I have seen more than two hundred friends and acquaintances die of
AIDS. It totally broke my heart when my partner Michael Cole died of
AIDS in 1993. As I struggled to deal with the enormity of my losses, I
generally found that fundamentalists felt that I and my friends had
simply brought this situation on ourselves, and now the judgment day had
come. I felt very betrayed by people I had shown support for, for
years. I am baffled by people who are shallow enough to think being gay
is "a choice." That is an insult to my intelligence and integrity, and
the same for all my friends. One has the choice to be honest about
themselves, but none of us ever sat down and said, "Hmmmm, I think I will
be gay." We just learned to live with the realities of our lives.
Whatever seems to motivate such antipathy towards gays, from
fundamentalists, is totally beyond me. And I can honestly say it is NOT
Below is a list of e-mail addresses for the Class of 1965. A year ago, I
began "collecting" them, and so far, have about 1/3 of the class, which I
am sharing with you below:
Larry Ayotte: hopes to have e-mail soon
David Beam: email@example.com
David Dahlquist: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dianne DuBois: email@example.com
Betsy Grimm: firstname.lastname@example.org
See recent update on the death of her mother, Winnie Grimm.
Ken Heneise: email@example.com
Bill Lubkemann: does not currently have e-mail
Pat Major: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bill Martin: email@example.com
David Martin: firstname.lastname@example.org
John Turnidge: email@example.com
Mark Weathers: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chuck VanEngen ('66): email@example.com
Thanks again, Becky! You are doing a wonderful job!
Signed on Sunday, January 04, 1998 at 22:17:55 (EST)
Vicki Barnes Joubier
Joanna Reichel Fox
Ruth Uttley Bechtel
Jean Marie Clemenger
Ramona (Veenker) Wiley
Dan L. Wiley
Dianne Dubois Turnidge
Grace Townsend Goreth
Brandon J. Wolf
Alleene Petty Kracht
Martha Grimm Brady
Helen Digby O'Neal
Frances Reed Martin