Norwood High School

Class of '65

 

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tim trafton@outlook.com
no
1965
March 01, 2015

I was a boyfriend Of connie Effertz way back. Her brother was Chris. I knew him for a couple of years when he returned from Viet Nam. I knew Richie Santospago the last six years of his life. I loved both. Any information on what happened with Chris ore the whereabouts of Constance Ann Effertz would be embraced. Tim


Richelle sharp
N
1965
November 02, 2014

My husband graduated in 65. I'm trying to find a Norwood letterman jacket that was stolen out of his car after he graduated. I wanted to give him one for Christmas. His name is John Sharp


1965
June 29, 2014


y
1965
July 23, 2013


y
1965
May 30, 2013

what happened to Kenny McKinnon???


y
1965
May 29, 2013

Maureen Lyddy??????


y
1965
May 29, 2013

What evesr happened to Judith Hayes? I do not see her on any roster, either under a married name or maiden name.


Jack Johnson
y
1965
March 28, 2013

Has anyone seen or heard from boofhead Wilson?


1965
March 28, 2013


1965
January 22, 2013


1965
June 05, 2012

Kestutis Makaitis


1965
May 17, 2012


1965
March 23, 2012


1965
March 23, 2012


Edith Meinhardt Bittick
N
1965
June 09, 2011

I am looking for James Martin Bittick, born in 1947 and went to Norwood High. As far as I know he lives in Maryland. I live in Germany and if anyone hears anything about him olease let me know. edithbeck1gmx.de


Sue (Socci) Mattson
Y
1965
September 07, 2010

I haven't changed much in the way of having fun... I still enjoy a good laugh, getting silly and just being me. I got married in 1968, no children, own a camp on Sebago Lake in ME and spend quite a bit of time there. Worked as an executive assistant for 31 years and have since been layed-off for a year. Actually enjoying ME even more!!!! Have attended reunions in the past, but didn't attend the last two, due to conflicts, but plan on attending this one. It will be fun seeing the Class of '65 again! See you there.


George Bolis
Y
1965
April 09, 2009

Sherry, I know I am slow, but here I am. I spent 23 years in the Navy, Shot once that cause re construction surgery of my right arm and elbo, blown up onceausing reconsrtuction surgery on my back all so any one in this country can make their own decions in life without criticism. (SP) I made my decisions when younger and now get along very slowly,on sme days if at all.I live on Morphine, OxyCotien, Celexa and Ambien 24/7/12 Keep in touch Gbolis@aol.com


Sherryl Baker
y
December 18, 2008

Thank you George for your kind words of support!


Ken Mac Leod
y
November 10, 2008

I'll ask this again, but believe I have asked before. Does anyone know what became of Sherry Wiik? We had lots of laughs in Mr. Nicholson's biology class. send any info. to:kentheclown@comcast.net Thanks, Ken


George Bolis
Y
October 04, 2008

A quick note to Sherryl Baker. A girl gotta do what a girl gotta do. Girl you do look good. I correspond with Becky Hammonds of the San Antonio Spurs on a regular basis, when she made the decision to go with a dual citizenship with Russia, I told her she'd be crazy not to. There would always be a question in her life. The same to you, no matter public opinion, you have to put yourself first and do what makes you happiest. If being Sherryl does it, I commend you for your decision. Go Girl!


Jack Baker

            Y

I'll bet I've undergone the biggest change of anyone in the class of '65, so I thought I'd tell you all about it.  My legal name is now Sherryl Baker and I underwent gender change surgery so that my body finally matched my female psychological, emotional, and soul self.  Some may find it strange or even worse, but I am immensely happy now that I have found my true self.  I've attached a current picture of  me holding the 1965 yearbook with me pointing to my yearbook track photo, which you may publish if you wish.    Thank you!


 
George Bolis
 
Y

I was a member of the class of 1965. I left school and joined the Navy in December 1964, became a Navy Corpsman, and served with the Navy SEALS in Viet Nam. At one point I was WIA, and was sent to a hospital to recover. During this recovery time I took and passed my GED. With the strong support of Ms. Sue Speedie, Mr. Kenny Nolet, and Mr. John Piccirilli, Mr. Monbouquette issued me a diploma as part of my original class, the class of 1965. At the present, I do have a BS in Pre-Medicine as well as an MS in Sports Medicine. The last time I talked to John Piccirilli, 1986, he said he was going to contact a class officer and have me added to the class roster. Thanks for your time and support and for adding my name and address to the list for further communications and reunion information.

George T. Bolis

1063 Tall Oak Drive

Virginia Beach, VA 23462

757-450-1468

Gbolis@aol.com

 

 
Nick Connolly
Y

hey gang, I haven't really been hiding. I've lived in Austin Texas since 1980. I'm listed and my e-mail is nick-c@texas.net. Yes I do work with Delbert McClinton and other Texas based blues acts. I think of the class quite often and just borrowed the yearbook from Steve Connolly. I really enjoyed seeing all your faces again. I do think about the class every re-union and I've got to make it to one. My life has gone well with a great career in music and a wonderful family. I trust things have gone well for you too. Feel free to write.......love and kisses.........Nick Connolly


Reunion Committee
Y

Where in the world is Bob Connolly? Someone must know!



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