"Why should the devil have all the good times?"
"Wit is proper and commendable when it enlightens the intellect by good sense."
This was David's first restoration project that took many years. It is a 1931 Model A Ford slant window Cabriolet. We took many fun trips in. To the shock of many, he decided to sell it a few years ago. He then purchased a 1031 Model A Ford Phaeton and a 4 door sedan (another Model A Ford.) So now we have a convertible (the Phaeton) and a closed car, the sedan. David LOVES Model A's. He and David Hillhouse restored a Model A in highschool...a "Woody"...sort of a Model A station wagon.
Favorite place to travel is Williams Island in West Bath, Maine.
Favorite memories of Wachusett are track, and my good friends.
Although I did not graduate from Wachusett, I feel I would know more people there than the 2 high schools I went to my senior year. My dad moved us from Princeton to Seattle, WA just before my senior year.
After high school, I got my BA from the University of Washington and later an MLS from the University of Oklahoma. I almost got another MLS (different subject) from Bradley University while I was a Professor. there. I married Kirby Turner just after college, had two children, divorced 12 years later. He died in 1991.
I have moved around the country quite a bit - lived in Seattle, WA, Norman, OK, Vancouver, Yakima, and Ellensburg, WA, Elsah and Peoria, IL, Juneau, AK and now live in Harrisburg, PA.
I was a librarian, and a school bus and tourist bus driver in Juneau Alaska. I am retired and enjoy quilting and making exquisite beaded jewelry.
"Great is truth and mighty above all things."
"A good appearance is a silent recommendation."
I had a 45 year nursing career, retiring two years ago. Daily care of three Icelandic horses keeps me busy. David White, also class of '65, and I have been married for 46 years. We have a son and a daughter and 4 wonderful grandsons.
My hobbies include knitting, rug hooking and wool applique designs. I also have a beautiful walled English garden that I enjoy looking at and caring for.
David and I have lived in Kennebunk, ME for 25 years. Prior to this, we lived in Franconia, NH for 17 years. In the past two years, we purchased a wonderful little house off the grid on WIlliams Island in West Bath, where we escape to as much as possible in the summer time.
Now I work part-time in a wool shop. Nothing serious in the way of health concerns.
Favorite places to travel: Iceland, Cape Cod, West Bath, Maine.
Favorite high school teacher was Mr. Ljungberg. And I love the memories of friends.
"She profits best who serves best."
"Be cheerful always."
After graduation, I went to Quinsigamond Community College before heading off to Cape Cod. I started living in Provincetown, then Truro, Eastham, Brewster and now in Harwich for the last 20 years. Woodstock in between, yes really. I spent my professional life working at Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank. I retired in October 2013 after 35 years of doing what I loved.
I was married once, then divorced. I have two sons. One lives in Templeton and the other lives in Heaven. I have one grandson, Zach, who is awesome!
I love spending time supporting the small Cape communities. I've done my share of volunteerism and spent three years as Chamber of Commerce Vice President.
I enjoy traveling, here and abroad. I'm planning a cross country road trip from Portland Oregon to Cape Cod, via Canada, this October. Going with a college friend and her dog in a VW bug, of course!
My health isn't perfect but I am blessed with only minor issues.
I look forward to this reunion since I don't often see many folks from my class. It will be fun to reconnect.
"Let the day bring what it will."
Graduated from college in 1969 and got married in 1973. Sandi and I have 4 sons and 2 grand kids.
Moved to Cape Cod in 1975 and now live in South Orleans,MA.
Retired in 2011 after commuting from the Cape to Boston for 36 years.
We spend January and February in Naples, FL and March and April in Hilton Head, SC. Have done some traveling since 2011 including a 5 week stay in Italy in 2013 and last year we did a 2 month cross country trip with Tom & Deb Sawyer.
Play golf 3 times a week on the Cape and enjoy driving out on the Nauset Beach in the Summer.
"A man may work at any time if he will but set himself doggedly to it."
Francis Wrin, Jr.
My wife Janet and I live on Mt. Washington. It’s in Kentucky, not New Hampshire.
My career was a Project Construction Coordinator, and I retired in September, 2014.
I have no health issues at the moment. And I enjoy gardening and fishing in the Bluegrass state.
My favorite memories of Wachusett were sleeping in the Courtyard and the time the local pig farmer brought in the pigs.
"Tolerance is the only true test of civilization."
"Nothing can make a man truly great but being truly good."
My wife Kathy and I have been married 47 years. We have two kids and four grandkids and one great. We still live in the family house in Paxton.
I worked a beer truck for 20 years, ran two gas stations and worked for honey farms for ten years, retiring in 2010.
I’m still into hot rods and have a 1939 Ford I take to car shows and a 1966 Fairlane that I drag race when I can.
"I am wealthy in my friends."
"Full of pep and fancy free."