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badass cod player who owns with seaenrhpir mate go jump off a cliff may be you'll learn a few cod tricks coz in my eye's your a fucking badass freak who takes the piss out of people because your terrible and shit on on this fucking game, people like you should be deranked!!!!!!
It is unfortunate to say that Klas was also unable to avoid the same scrutiny that your tour guide had faced in the aftermath of the war. It should be said perhaps that he faced it even moreso because he had studied in the United States and then returned to Vietnam. And not until a few years ago was Klas himself, able to venture too far from his home without being under watchful eye of the police. From all of this, Klas was also not allowed to hold a job deserving of his education due to his studying in the US. He now farms coffee beans in the village and sells them at the market. He confessed that he would very much like to speak with the friends he had in the States again. It took me this long to respond because I had to get Klas' phone number from my father. This is with country code and all, please post this so that if anyone who knew Klas wants to get in touch with him, they may (011)063-8467-2346.
-- Alexander Lienghot
My father and I took a trip to Vietnam in early 2008 to visit family in Duc Truong just outside Dalat, Vietnam. It is there that Klas Lienghot now resides with his wife and five daughters. Klas was unable to return to the US after taking the last flight into Saigon before the city fell. He has since built his home in the small village amongst family and friends and is in good health. I have seen this classmate finder everytime I research my family name and have not known who Klas Lienghot was until now.
But on our trip to Vietnam we became quite close as he was the only one in the village who was able to speak English. Klas does not have access to his own computer in Vietnam, so reaching him may be rather difficult, but I wanted to let you know of his story.
-- Alexander Lienghot
Message: FALL ALUMNI HAPPY HOUR
Date: Wednesday, Oct. 25th
Location: Tavistock Country Club
Time: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
All HMHS alumni are invited to stop by to raise a glass or two with old friends and make some new acquaintances. Free hors
d'oeuvres will be served.
RSVP to Tom Mervine at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than
Monday, Oct. 23rd.
-- Scott Earley - 1975 (HAS Trustee)
Was browsing through your website's pictures of the 35th reunion for the Class of '69, and feeling really sad that my class hasn't put together a reunion for 15 years. And I was thinking this website for your class was really neat. Loved looking at the high school year book pictures and, when provided, the more current ones. I may have graduated two years ahead of you guys, but many of you were either in the plays, musicals and/or choir, and I remembered the faces very well. Wish someone from the Class of '67 would put together a site like this. Thank you for the trip down memory lane.
-- Ginger (Joslin) VeDepo
The memorial service for Bob Cramer this morning at the Methodist Church was a moving, fitting tribute to one of our more accomplished and likable classmates. Mimi, their four children, Kathy, Russell, John Parker, and others gave witness to the life and character of the man who meant so much, and gave so much, to them. Don Chew, Carol Reeves Harkins, Bob Van Etten and I were reminiscing about Bob`s Jeep and the crash helmet he wore when driving. Remember him in your prayers.
-- Ralph Eastwick
We are writing a note just to let everyone know that our dad, Bob Cramer, passed away Sunday, December 4, 2005. He spoke fondly of his many high school memories, and we know he would like all of you to know.
For anyone who would like to attend his memorial service, it will be held on Tuesday, December 13, 2005 at 11am at the Haddonfield United Methodist Church.
-- Bob Cramer's children
carol: wonderful job updating the site after our fun-filled 35th! after going over all of the pictures I came to the realization that I need to be photographed next to MUCH older classmates! thanks again for all of your efforts, and keep in touch everyone!
-- andy levering
andy and crew did a fantastic job. consider 5 yrs. before and 5 yrs. after for the next one. great seeing so many faces.
-- linda bolger (eisenhauer)
Thank you to Andy and all the others that worked so hard to make last night's reunion party another wonderful "high school" memory for those of us lucky enough to be there to share it.
For all of you who couldn't attend, know that you were fondly remembered and probably talked about!!!
-- Elysa Boffo
My brother, Chris, called this week to tell me that I had a reunion in two weeks. Imagine that! The class of 1968 is phoning each other about OUR reunion! Great job, organizers! It looks like several of my buddies from 1968 and 1967 plan to attend... see you there - (Now how on earth are we supposed to recognize anyone after all these years...)
-- Lisa (Jepson) Green
Hello from California to the Class of 69!
I will not be able to make the 35th reunion, but plan to be there for the 40th.
The plan, so far, is to retire in five years, after 31 years at the University.
Have a great time. How about a California reunion? I live in Santa Clara (Silicon Valley) 40 miles south of San Francisco.
Anybody else on the LEFT coast?
-- Robin (Bozian) Olson
Hello fellow classmates from the class of 1969
I have written and published a book about my love for my Mother who suffers from Alzheimer's disease. The book is published for a very good cause. For every book sold, a donation will be made to an Alzheimer Fund established in my Mother's name, Millie Mac Eachen.
If there is someone in your life who may be suffering from this heartbreaking disease, I encourage you to read "Woo Hoo" "Here I am! Where are you?". It will give you some insight on how to prepare yourself for the caring required and what to expect when you too may be faced with making life decision for someone you love.
You can obtain a signed copy of "Woo Hoo" "Here I am! Where are you?" by sending a check or money order in the amount of $17.95 ($14.95 plus $3.00 shipping and handling)plus your name, full address and telephone number to:
Mary Lou Mac Eachen Gola,
Today's Tuesday, Inc.,
P.O. Box 1245,
Doylestown, PA 18901
or, by calling (215)345-0217,
by emailing to: email@example.com
I am looking forward to seeing you at the upcoming reunion.
-- Mary Lou Mac Eachen Gola
Carol, the website looks great!
Are there any other west coast people, or people who would like to visit the west coast, who'd like to have a reunion out here?
-- Sue Sheldon
JUST A QUICKY......
CAROL, YOUR TO BE CONGRADULATED FOR YOUR CLASS OF "69 WEB-SITE....WELL DONE AND MUCH THANKS TO YOU!!!!I TRULY APPRECIATE ALL YOUR TIME AND EFFORTS.
DON CHEW - YOUR EULOGY FOR JOHN PATTERSON WAS DONE WITH SUCH FRIENDSHIP AND HEARTFELT MEMORIES AND LOVE. I COMMEND YOU DON, I'M SURE YOU HAD JOHN SMILING DOWN UPON YOU!! IT WAS SAD TO READ OF HIS PASSING, AS IT IS WITH ALL THE OTHERS WE HAVE LOST! I HAD NO IDEA WE HAVE LOST SO MANY.
I WISH EVERYONE IN THE CLASS ALL THE BEST ALWAYS AND FOREVER.
TRY AND HELP CAROL FIND OTHER CLASSMATES WE'VE LOST TOUCH WITH AND GET THEM BACK ON THE UPDATED LIST!!!
TAKE CARE - HOPE TO SEE YOU SOONER INSTEAD OF LATER!!
XO KATHY DENGES ROMANO
-- KATHY DENGES ROMANO
Great Job Carol! Thanks for all of your hard work on this website!
-- Madelin Lee
How is it that we're approaching our 35th reunion? Are we that old? I actually just came home from a retirement party of one of my best friends so I'm feeling chronologically gifted. I'm going to have to wait till later in the year to see how Thanksgiving weekend is looking. Enjoy the summer.
-- Suzy Howell Harriman
Please send me updated information as we get closer to the reunion date:
-- Dale Long '72
Hey y'all! Can it really be 35 years since we strolled the hallowed hallways of HMHS?Aren't we just like a fine wine: aging with mellow-ness, robust-ness and gaining a full bouquet? Or is that just my waistline?
Our Reunion Committee has come up with a new approach on this occasion to gather everyone around for a long weekend of memories, laughs, maybe a few tears. We have booked a terrific rock-n-roll band, the Shakes, for Friday November 26th at Tavistock Country Club. We are inviting classmates from the years ahead and behind us (1966-1972) to extend our celebration.
So get your personal information up-to-date on our website, add a note to the Notebook, and look forward to catching up with everyone real soon!