Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Gunny Anderson, great coach and science teacher, has died

JAMESTOWN, New York, USA - I received word Wednesday from Tom Priester that Gunny Anderson has died.

His obituary is below.

I took some kind of general science from Mr. Anderson in the 8th grade and was
terrified of the guy.

Later, at Lakewood Beach when I was safely graduated from high school and a Village of Lakewood lifeguard, I was able to call him 'Gunny,' just like Doss Johnson did. It was hard to do, but he liked his nickname - provided you weren't one of his students anymore.

He was the real deal and liked his students, as hard as he could be sometimes. We listened to live news accounts one of the first space flights over the radio in class - maybe the public address system at SWCS Junior High - and I can still hear him saying 'You're hearing history today. Remember it.'

Aye-aye, Gunny,
requiescat in pace.

Gunnard P. ‘‘Gunny’’ Anderson

Gunnard P. ‘‘Gunny’’ Anderson

12/13/2007 - Gunnard P. ’’Gunny” Anderson, 73, of Jamestown, died at 5:15 a.m. Wednesday (Dec. 12, 2007) in WCA Hospital.

A lifelong area resident, he was born Oct. 10, 1934, in Jamestown, a son of the late Carl O. and Eleanor M. Wilcox Anderson.

He was a 1953 graduate of the former Bemus Point High School and earned his bachelors degree from Michigan State University in 1957. In the following years, he attended St. Bonaventure University, where he earned his master’s degree in education.

He began his career at Southwestern Central School in 1958 as a science teacher in the middle school, where he also began coaching the eighth grade basketball team. He then moved to the High School, where he was a health teacher and a psychology teacher and also served as athletic director for several years. While at the high school, he also served as varsity baseball and basketball coach for many years, where his 1973-1974 varsity basketball team won the Section 6 championship. He retired from Southwestern Central School in 1992.

Surviving are his wife, the former Joan Otten, whom he married Feb. 22, 1958; three daughters: Kelly L. (Jim) Lesinski of Williamsville, Kathy J. (Bill) Tucker of Jamestown and Susan K. (Scott) Walsh of Pensacola, Fla.; a son, David Gunnard (Tammy) Anderson of Jamestown; six grandchildren: Taylor A. Lesinski and Alexandra N. Lesinski, both of Williamsville, Robert W. Tucker, Jonathan P. Tucker and Kate I. Tucker, all of Jamestown and John P. Walsh of Pensacola; and a brother, Carl A. ’’Charlie” Anderson of Jamestown.

The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday in Bethel Lutheran Church. The Rev. Norman R. Gauch, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in the Sunset Hill Cemetery.

Friends will be received from 4 to7 p.m. Friday in the Lind Funeral Home.

Memorials may be made to the Bethel Lutheran Church, 904 West Third St., Jamestown, NY, 14701

Thursday, November 29, 2007

Lee Anderson's mom has passed away

JAMESTOWN, NEW YORK, USA - I received word today from Sue Siecker that Lee Anderson's mom has passed away.

Mrs. Anderson was another classmate's parent I don't think met.

Our condolences, Lee.

Below is the obituary from the Post Journal.


Nannie P. Anderson

Nannie P. Anderson
11/29/2007 - Nannie P. Anderson, 92, formerly of Loyalton of Lakewood, 220 Southwestern Dr., Lakewood, N.Y., and Orlando, Fla., died at 6:50 p.m. Tuesday (Nov. 27, 2007) in the Lutheran Home and Rehabilitation Center.

She was born May 17, 1915, in Campbelltown, Pa., a daughter of Charles and Emily Carlson Paulson.

She had attended school in the Mt. Jewett, Pa. School System and during the late 1930’s and 1940’s had worked in the Lutheran Children’s Home.

She was a charter member of the Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, Lakewood and was a life member of the Ingjald Lodge 65 Independent Order of the Vikings.

Surviving are two daughters: Carin (Jim) Smalley of Leesburg, Fla. and Lynn (Dan) LeRoy of Jamestown, N.Y.; a son, Lee (Marge) Anderson of Harrodsburg, Ky; 12 grandchildren: Camron (Michelle) Johnson, Dawn Grant, Lori (Fred) Joyce, Cathy Evanson, Jimmy (Sarah) Smalley, Tammy (Mark) LaPalme, Thad (Anabel) Anderson, Todd (Vickie) LeRoy, Eric LeRoy, Scott (Judy) LeRoy, Tammy (Mike) Tomlinson; 20 great-grandchildren; and five great-great grandchildren.

Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Howard F. Anderson, whom she married June 28, 1941 in the First Lutheran Church; and several brothers and sisters.

The funeral will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday in the Lind Funeral Home. The Rev. Donald Carlson, will officiate. Inurnment will be in the Sunset Hill Cemetery.

Friends will be received for one hour prior to the service on Saturday in the funeral home.

Memorials may be made to the Spastic Paraplegia Foundation, Inc. P.O. Box 1208, Fortson, GA, 31808-1208 or to Hospice Chautauqua County, 4840 West Lake Road, Mayville, NY, 14757.

Monday, November 26, 2007

Another classmate loses a parent

JAMESTOWN, NY, USA - I received the news (via Cathy Prince) about the death of Bud Couchenour over the weekend.

I didn't know him personally, but I suspect many of you did.

His obituary is below:


Albert H. ’’Bud” Couchenour, Jr.

Albert H. ’’Bud” Couchenour, Jr.
11/26/2007 - Albert H. ‘‘Bud’’ Couchenour, Jr., 80, of 142 Marion St., died at 6:25 p.m. Saturday November 24, 2007 in WCA Hospital.

He was born December 25, 1926, in McKeesport, Pa., a son of Albert and Cora Baker Couchenour, Sr.

He was a US Navy veteran of WWII.

Until 1959 he worked with his parents, who owned and operated Benders Pancake Shop and Motel. He was later employed by Quality Markets, Lakewood Super Duper as store manager and Stateside Motors as a salesman.

He loved traveling, cooking, crossword puzzles, trout fishing and spending time with his family.

Surviving are his wife of 63 years, the former Margaret Jean Steele, whom he married January 19, 1944; four children: Richard (Diane) Couchenour of Jamestown, Terence Couchenour of Busti, Patricia (David) Boardman of Frewsburg and Beth (Pete) Jones of Suwannee, Ga; nine grandchildren: Richard C. Couchenour of Charlotte, N.C., Terence Couchenour II of Jamestown, Christian Couchenour of Ashville, Mark Boardman of Frewsburg, Michelle McNeal of Jamestown, Dawn Strother of Lakewood, Debra Herbstsomer of Mt Airey, Md., Megan and Hannah Jones, both of Suwannee, Ga.; 10 great-grandchildren; and a sister, Evelyn Northrup of Jamestown.

He was preceded in death by a son, Craig R. Couchenour, and great grandchildren Corrina and Cassidy Boardman.

A private service will be held at the convenience of the family.

Burial will be in Sunset Hill Cemetery.

Visitation will not be observed.

Memorials may be made to Hospice of Chautauqua County, 4840 West Lake Rd., Mayville, 14757.

Arrangements are by the Lind Funeral Home.

Thursday, November 22, 2007

A video to make you laugh on Thanksgiving

SACRAMENTO, Calif., USA - This video came my way from a former professional colleague of some years back who hit 60 this year.

It kind of says it all, fellow baby boomers.

Happy Thanksgiving.

  • Born to be Wild
  • Saturday, November 10, 2007

    Randy Carlson's Dad, Art has passed away

    JAMESTOWN, New York, USA - I learned today that Randy Carlson's dad, Art, has died. Lee Anderson passed along word from Sue Siecker. Art's obituary is listed at the end of this.

    Art was a great guy and pivotal in my growing up, much like Sue Guertin's father, Chuck.

    My father died when I was nine-years-old, which was why I moved to Lakewood from Brooklyn. My mother and sister and I had family around. And my mother knew Lakewood would be a good place for us to grow up.

    Art was one of the reasons it was a good place. I remember lots of great Art stories, perhaps the funniest when he launched his air boat at Gifford Avenue - one of those things like you see in the Everglades with a huge propellor mounted on the back. He took off and lost control of it, smashing into a cabin cruiser moored over near Craig Fransen's house, a boat owned by someone we called Pike.

    I can still see Art reaching into his wallet and giving Pike some cash as compensation for the damage to Pike's boat.

    An airboat in Florida

    Art was always keeping an eye on us when we were kids - but without begin obtrusive. I last saw him about 10 years ago and he was still quite alert and remembered me - and, ever the insurance man, he even asked me the same the question that he had asked me many, many, years before:

    Who was really behind the wheel of John Rupp's Mustang when it went off the curve east of Snug Harbor that summer night in 1968? Rupp or me?

    Rest in peace, Art. All your questions have answers now.

    Randy's Dad
    Art Carlson, Randy's Dad

    Sunday, August 26, 2007

    Guidance counselor Gene Munson passes on

    JAMESTOWN, New York, USA - Sue Siecker sent along the obituary today for Gene Munson, A.K.A. Mr. Munson, a guidance counselor to many of us in high school.

    He was my guidance counselor and in my early junior high school years intervened with an English teacher who chewed my ass daily for not working hard enough (she was right, I didn't work much, but still...). Later, he got me transferred out of a Math 11 class taught by Milton Harp and into one taught by Ethel Goller.

    I still failed Math 11, but I got to sit next to Shelley Kales all year, though I never got up the courage to ask her on a date.

    I recounted in a posting last year how it was Gene Munson helped launched my professional career.

    When I was doing poorly in a variety of classes, my mother came in for an appointment and had Gene tell her that "the world needs truck drivers, too."

    Good God, did my mother make me crack the books after that! She had a bachelor's degree and two master's degrees and wasn't about to let me (also the son of a attorney and linguist) not graduate from college.

    To his credit, Gene Munson helped me sneak my way into Villanova and always had a good word for me when I stopped by the office - usually without an appointment. When I dropped out of Villanova, he greased the skids for me to get into JCC without any problems, too, though it was past the deadline.

    Rest in peace, Gene, and whack a few golf balls around heaven while you are at it...

    Gene Munson
    Gene Munson


    8/26/2007 - E. Eugene Munson, 92, of the Frewsburg Rest Home, formerly of 124 Aldren Ave., died unexpectedly at 3 p.m. Friday (Aug. 24, 2007) at his residence.

    An area resident since 1950 he was born Dec. 31, 1914, in Sheffield, Pa., the son of John and Theresa Dennison Munson.

    He was a 1932 graduate of Sheffield Area high School and after a short stint in the working industry he returned to school at Gannon University in Erie, Pa. where he received his bachelor’s degree and in later years received his master’s degree in education from St. Bonaventure University.

    He began his teaching career working for one year in Sagertown, Pa. before coming to the Jamestown area in 1950 where he taught at Southwestern Central High School from 1950 to 1980.

    Everyone who knew Gene knew that sports were his passion. In earlier years he played independent baseball for several teams in the Erie, Pa. area. He was recruited by the Philadelphia Phillies, only to be injured and unable to play professional baseball. He also played basketball at Gannon University and also for various teams in the Erie area. He did play one year of semi-pro basketball in Erie. Gene was also a well known basketball official in New York and Pennsylvania where he had served as president of the PIAAS Board in PA. and was also the rules interpreter.

    He was the basketball coach at Southwestern from 1950 to 1958 and the assistant football coach from 1950-1954. He also had a great love for the game of golf. He was the golf coach at Southwestern from 1957 to 1975. He thoroughly enjoyed all aspects of his coaching career, but his proudest moment was when the Southwestern Golf Team won the New York State Championship in 1975.

    He was a charter member of the Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, Lakewood and was a past president of the local chapter of the American Association of Retired Persons. He was also a past member of the Lakewood Golden Agers, and a member of the New York State Retired Teachers Association.

    Surviving is a daughter, Sally Benish (Tim) of Lakewood; his grandson, Kyle Benish of Ellicottville; a brother, Lawrence Munson of Emporium, Pa.; and several nieces and nephews.

    He was preceded in death by his wife of 65 years, the former Virginia Carlson Munson, who died Oct. 30, 2006; and four sisters: Florence Munson, Charlotte Hibbard, Marian Schmidlen and Maxine Kosinski.

    The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday in the Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, Lakewood. The Rev. Timothy J. Hoyer, pastor will officiate. Burial will be in the Sunset Hill Cemetery. Friends will be received from 4 to 7 p.m. Monday in the Lind Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to the Gloria Dei Lutheran Church Building Fund, 35 West Fairmount Ave., Lakewood, NY 14750.

    Monday, July 16, 2007

    More photos from the SWCS 10-year soiree

    LAKEWOOD, New York, USA - As promised here's the balance of the photos I received from the SWCS 10-year reunion held July 7.

    These photos were all taken by Randy Carlson. (Thanks Randy!)

    You might want to check with Randy about who is who in these... I started to write captions and then realized I was about to make some blunders.

    Larger versions of these can be viewed by clicking on the photos which will take you to the photo page ( where I posted them... You can make them larger for viewing on your screen.

    If anyone else has photos they would like to see posted here, please send them to me at:

    If you do send photos, PLEASE make them smaller than 1MB... about a third of that is plenty for good viewing...

    60's-70's SWCS Reunion 008

    60's-70's SWCS Reunion 007

    60's-70's SWCS Reunion 006

    60's-70's SWCS Reunion 005

    60's-70's SWCS Reunion 004

    60's-70's SWCS Reunion 003

    60's-70's SWCS Reunion 002

    60's-70's SWCS Reunion 001

    Saturday, July 14, 2007

    Photos from the 10-year SWCS reunion

    LAKEWOOD, New York, USA - The following photos and captions were passed along to me by Patricia ( from the 10-year SWCS reunion held last week.

    As soon as possible, I will post some other photos sent by Randy Carlson...

    Reunion photo 1
    1. MarilynMoore Sundeen, Polly Carlson Halfkenny and Mary Flynn Gokey

    Reunion photo 2
    2. Mona Carlson Laughlin and Nella Logan

    Reunion photo 3

    3. Polly Carlson Halfkenny & Mary Flynn Gokey

    Reunion photo 4
    4. Mona Carlson Laughlin & Nella Logan

    Reunion photo 5
    5. Sharon Erickson_______?, Janice Peterson Giltinan & Marilyn Moore Sundeen

    Reunion photo 6
    6. John Sundeen, Lyle Jensen, Tom Pike & Richard Logan

    Reunion photo 7
    7. Jim Laughlin & Mr. Giltinan

    Reunion photo 8
    8. Eileen Groves__________?

    Thursday, June 21, 2007

    Classmate Jesse Doud has passed away at age 60


    The following was sent to me by Lee and Marge Anderson. I believe it was published in the Jamestown Post-Journal.


    6/21/2007 - GREECE, N.Y. — Jesse M. Doud, died suddenly, Monday, June 18, 2007, at age 60.

    Jesse is survived by his loving wife, Joan Doud; sons: Jacob (Robin) Doud and Adam Doud; daughters: Peggy (James) Menard and Sarah Soud; brothers: Niles (Phyllis) Doud, the Rev. Richard (Donna) Doud, Calvin (Marilyn) Doud and James ‘‘Archie’’ (Jennifer) Doud; grandchildren: Jessica, LaChelle, Veronica and Austin; sister -in-law, Roberta Doud; several nieces, nephews and cousins; and many friends.

    He is preceded in death by his brother, Wilbur Doud.

    Jesse was a truck driver for Waste Management, an avid hunter and enjoyed time at his camp in Ellington with his Boy Scout troop.

    Friends may call Friday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Vay-Schliech & Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Road. His funeral service will be held Saturday at 2:30 p.m. in the funeral home chapel. Interment will be held Sunday at 3 p.m. at Valley View Cemetery in Ellington. (Please meet the family at the entrance of the cemetery.) In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make contributions to Good News Community Church, 4797 Ridge Road West, Spencerport, NY, 14559 or Boys Scout of America Troop 173, 1924 Maiden Lane, Rochester, NY, 14626 in his memory.

    For more information or to sign Jesse’s online guestbook, please visit www. Meeson

    Jesse Dowd
    Jesse enjoying himself at last year's 40th reunion

    Thursday, June 07, 2007

    The reunion of reunions coming in July

    LAKEWOOD, New York, USA - I'm still struggling with my other life committments to attend the July 7, 2007 reunion of the SWCS classes from 1960 to 1970.

    Right now, I'm not sure about getting out of Mexico to even get back to Seneca Lake for the summer.

    But Randy Carlson reports that the reunion is on track and that people who want to try to jam in at the last moment should contact Brad Zimmer or Ron Ducat...

    I hope you make it.

    Here's the flyer for the event...

    Reunion notice

    Tuesday, March 20, 2007

    Obituary - Keith D. Flanders, 1969 SWCS grad

    JAMESTOWN, N. Y. - I received a note today that Keith Flanders, Class of '69, died last Friday.

    His obituary from the Jamestown Post Journal is reprinted below.


    3/20/2007 - Keith D. Flanders (‘‘Flan”), 55, of 58 School St., Panama, passed away at 11:30 p.m. Friday (March 16, 2007) in the M.C.V. Hospital in Richmond, Va. He was born July 5, 1951, in Jamestown, the son of the late Lewis W. Flanders and Carol S. Ecker. He was a 1969 graduate of Southwestern Central High School and had also attended Jamestown Community College.

    Keith was employed by Hagemeyer as a store coordinator and also by the Town of Busti as a court officer. He was previously employed by Quality Markets for many years. Keith was a volunteer fireman for the Village of Lakewood for more than 11 years, answering close to 2,000 alarms. He was also an EMT for seven years and a dispatcher for the Lakewood Police Department. A devoted husband and father, Keith loved to travel and was an avid outdoorsman. His son and his love of the outdoors led him to be an active Boy Scout Leader. He had fond memories of his hike in the Alps with his daughter and also part of the Appalachian Trail. In earlier years he had toured the country camping at most of the major National Parks in the Rockies and western states. Keith loved watching the Bills games with his family and was a devoted Minnesota Twins fan.

    Keith was a resident fixture at Erickson’s Restaurant where he spent much of his time chatting with the regulars or just enjoying quiet time over a cup of coffee. Keith loved a wide variety of music, his most recent favorite being that of Big Leg Emma.

    Keith’s compassionate, caring ways were a comfort to countless people. He showed others an unconditional love that literally changed their lives. He will always be remembered for his ready smile, open arms and kind heart.

    Surviving are his wife Candy, whom he married Nov. 25, 1976; his son, Sean Bernhardt of Jamestown; his daughter, Keylyn Flanders of New Bern, N.C.; two brothers: Jeff (Patti) Flanders and Neil Flanders, all of Jamestown; three sisters: Shelley (Fred) Sundheimer of Canton, Ohio, Laura (Jimmy) Smith of Lakewood and Denise (Pete) Eyler of Sugar Grove, Pa.; his grandmother, Martha Carlson of Lakewood; his a stepfather, Norm Ecker Sr. of Sugar Grove, three stepbrothers; a stepsister; and several nieces and nephews.

    The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Thursday in the Lakewood United Methodist Church. The Rev. Violet A. Davidson, pastor of the church, will officiate. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery, Ashville.

    Friends will be received by the family from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday in the Falconer Funeral Home.

    Memorials may be made to the Lakewood Volunteer Fire Department 2 Packard Way, Lakewood, NY, 14750, or to the Lakewood Memorial Library 12 W. Summit Ave., Lakewood, NY, 14750.

    Friday, March 02, 2007

    Diane Delancy's email and a photo of the Ruppies

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. - My email contained this brief missive yesterday:

    Diane DeLancey Nolly
    e-mail and street address:
    Diane Nolly
    8525 White Rabbit Trail
    Littleton, CO

    So we can guess it's the same Diane Delancy we knew from the Class of '66, who signed my yearbook "I hope we will always be good friends and drinking buddies."

    Considering that I haven't talked to her since 1966 - or shared a beverage (that I remember) - it's safe to say that I didn't keep up my end of the bargain.

    Diane! Come to California, the drinks are on me...

    Diane Delancy

    While I was rummaging around in the yearbook, grabbing a copy of Diane's photo, I also kept getting frames of Linda Davidson (isn't that a great shot of her?), so I'm including her photo from the yearbook, too. Linda was at the reunion last summer and I have lots of photos of her dancing up a storm...with the rest of us.

    Linda Davidson

    In other class-related news, I'm happy to report that John Rupp's wife Paula and their daughter Noelani are safely ensconsced in a new condo in Vermont. Paula sent along the shot below of the two of them, titled The Ruppies.

    Paula said that she and Lani will be visiting Mexico at the end of April - Puerto Vallarta of all places! I will miss them by about a month, but it's nice to know they have passports and we can time the visits together in the future.

    Oh-my-God! This just gave me a great idea for a class reunion.

    How about holding a reunion in Mexico? The food is cheap, the margaritas intoxicating and the weather gorgeous, nearly year round. And I bet I can find hotels a lot cheaper than Webb's Resort to stay in. For the price of a weekend stay at Webb's, I think I can find you a beachfront palapa for a week or more, complete with a guy who brings you cold beer and cooks any fish you catch.

    Of course, there is the small matter of airfares, I suppose.

    Details, details...Don't bother with details. Let's start planning una fiesta right now.

    Paula and Lani Rupp
    Paula and Lani - The Ruppies

    Sunday, February 18, 2007

    The reunion this summer will be exactly when?

    JAMESTOWN, New York - So it's February and in the East - from reading the weather reports out here in California - it's unlikely dreams of summer have started yet.

    Wait, let's think about that. Maybe dreams of summer are all that anyone is thinking about.


    But by all accounts the July 7, 2007, 10-years-worth-of-SWCS graduating classes is still on.

    My plans are still in flux (Where is flux, anyway?) for the summer with job stuff, Mexico stuff, Seneca Lake stuff and, well, just stuff...


    But I hope we get a good Class of '66 turnout at the July 7 soiree. If other people have some dates in mind in addition, let me know and I'll post it here. (Even if you are simply going to be in the area, give a shout, si?)

    The July 7 date looks unlikely for me to be in Lakewood - at least at this moment - but everything that far out from today's date is certainly subject to change.

    In case you forgot how much fun last summer's party was, here's a few photos to remind you.

    Later amigos.

    More Dance Fever
    Dance fever

    See Zurh House scene
    See Zurh House scene

    Lee Johnson
    Lee Johnson

    Dan Flanagan, Class President & First Lady
    Dan Flanagan, class president and First Lady

    Skating crowd
    The skating crowd

    Wednesday, January 24, 2007

    A special announcement about the next reunion

    JAMESTOWN, New York - Here's the latest announcement for this summer's July 7 class reunion for the 1960-1970 grads.

    If you can't read it in this format, click on the notice itself.


    SWCS announcement

    Obituary for Roger Seiberg

    JAMESTOWN, New York - I received this email this morning from Gayla Swartzman, sister of Dana Bolles and the late Rhonda Bolles.

    Roger's obituary from the Post Journal follows her missive.


    Hi mike, this is Danas sister Gayla Swartzman. Wanted to let you know that Roger Seiberg passed away on sunday 1/21/2007. He was 55 yrs. old and graduated with my sister Rhonda. He was living in North Tonawanda. His obituary is in the post journal, tuesday 1/23/2007. If you need more information, please let me know. Thanks.


    Seiberg obit
    Roger Seiberg's obituary from the Post Journal

    Monday, January 22, 2007

    The Class of '66 is still looking for classmates

    JAMESTOWN, New York - Randy Carlson sent along the following list of folks who the class just hasn't been able to locate yet. Have you see these people or have any idea where they might be?

    Bob Fulcher
    Bob Fulcher

    I was in touch with Bob Fulcher's sister Terrie a few years ago, but her email suddenly went out of service and so that was that. She was living in Florida.

    I had photos of these two classmates close on hand from the list.

    Debbie Stabler
    Debbie Stabler

    Tom Wrinn
    Tom Wrinn

    Here's the entire list:


    Mailed and returned or no current address Last known address

    Kathy Bowman Scott
    Diane Delancey Nolly Newport News
    Linda Foster Cross
    Bob Fulcher Cabot, Ak
    Cubby Gleason Cortland NY
    Linda Hetrick Gill
    Ellen Hurt never had address
    Pamela Sue Johnson
    John Limberg
    Roberta Lindbeck Knight Aurora, Co
    Denise Norell never had address
    Doug Pillsbury Hasbrouck Hts, N.J.
    Melanie Robertson Reynolds
    Debbie Stabler Melec Essexville, Mi
    Ann Sivi Johnson
    Diane Thorpe Hackett
    Thomas Wrinn never had address

    Please send email addresses to Mike F.
    Street addresses should go to Randy C.