Glenda and I graduated from Clark in 1969 and married shortly after. Tried to begin a career in banking with Worcester County National but the "call-of-duty" cut that short.
Joined the USAF in January 1970 and stayed for 21 plus years.I can't say enough good about the Air Force. They taught me a useful skill and provided a wonderful environment to raise a family. Andy was born on Fort Dix, N.J. and Seth on Torrejon Air Base, Spain. Glenda was also able to teach school almost everywhere we were assigned.
When we finally got out, we returned to our favorite location near Tampa, FL. I continued to fly for a small charter company, ATA, while Glenda returned to teaching elementary school for Hillsborough County, FL.
Both boys graduated from Florida colleges. We are both retired now and enjoying every moment together including those occasions when we get to host our granddaughters on date night.
"Kindness is greater than law."
Marilyn (Kendall) Martin :
I saw the information for the reunion in the Landmark Newspaper. Thank you all for your work in putting the reunion together. I live in Worcester, Vermont, a small town of about 700 people. I have been married for 48 years and have 2 children. I worked as a para educator, but am now retired. Hope to see you in Sept. Marilyn Kendall Martin
"And send her many years of sunshine."
Linda (Kennedy) Sweeney
I retired from the position of Administrative Assistant at Worcester State University.
My husband Kenneth and I live in Rutland. We have two sons, ages 41 and 38.
Crafting is the hobby I enjoy the most.
When we travel, we like to visit Cape Cod or go to Maine.
"To almost all things could he turn his hand."
Retired From HGR Industrial surplus in July 2013. Married 40 years to my wife Bonnie. We have 1 son (Jason) and 2 wonderful grandsons. Max is 6 and Ben will be 2 in July. Living in Sturbridge, MA and spend much of my time golfing (hope the snow goes away soon) and with my family. Say Hi to Joyce for me and wish her a Happy Birthday from her birthday buddy.
"Where inward dignity joins outward state."
I live in Enfield, Connecticut, and I am a retired municipal employee, however I still work in food service.
I have two children and three grandchildren: Ryan, Emily and John. Ryan started college in the fall.
I am a cancer survivor, and doing well now.
When I travel, my favorite sites are Florida, Captiva, Disneyworld or the Cape.
And I have a lot of fond memories of our time at Wachusett.
It would be nice to see everyone again. After all, none of us is getting any younger.
"Either I will find a way or make one."
I served in the United States Coast Guard, retiring in 1986 as CW03. I also worked at the Tom’s River School System, from which I am retired.
My wife Tona and I have four daughters and four grandchildren.
We winter in Beachwood, New Jersey, and summer in Rome, Maine.
As far as my health goes, I had a heart by-pass in 1992.
My favorite hobby is watching the lawn grow, and then cutting it.
When we travel, we like to go to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Of Wachusett, my favorite memories are playing ice hockey, and graduation.