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08/21/18 01:54 PM #127    

Gary W. Brown

DJ, I would love to hear your band! If I lived closer I might be a able to attend more of your  concerts.

Forever an optomist, I sent my check to Pam for Suzie and I to attend a while back. It's not like we can get a reservation at Eddie's Chop House as it is no more. Thank for you fine detective work on behalf of the class of PCS '68!

Gary "Downtown" Brown


08/22/18 12:28 PM #128    

 

Dennis Jones

THANK YOU DT BROWN ... thank you for the kind words. Listening to the live CD should be about the same without the excessive VOLUME! Dude you are really into it .. maybe trade in the goatee fer a mohawk?


09/05/18 03:47 PM #129    

 

Dennis Jones

Now I've noticed Sharon Ferrin's name on the passing list, guess I didn't notice before. RIP dear Classmate.


09/12/18 05:13 PM #130    

Dave Jensen

Looking forward to the 13th of October does anyone know if there is a home football game that weekend?


09/23/18 11:53 AM #131    

 

Dennis Jones

I sent this info to Dave .... there is a Home game on the 12th  7pm. Hey that's when the Party starts!


04/09/19 10:34 AM #132    

Doug P. Allen

For Dan Goodenow.... Dan, here's a link to my old boy scout group.... It met behind one of the Brighton Schools.  Some of the other members of Tay House Troop 19 included Tom May, John Webster, Stephen Satterwhite, and several others... (my memories are a bit dim on the "Boy Scout years").    Hope to see you in October at the Class Reunion!!

 

Doug Allen


04/11/19 08:24 AM #133    

Dan Goodenow

For Doug Allen:

Doug, thanks for writing.  It's been a while since I ahve contacted anyone on this site.  That's great you guys are planning the 50th. I'll try to attend, but I can't make any promises.  I've retired from my architectural job in Boston, but am continuing my own practice that I've had over many years.  Additionally, I've taken on a part-time at Lehey Hospital in Burlington, MA as a transporter.  I start next week.  With this new schedule, I'll have to see how my variuos schedules work out before I can plan any excursions.

Why a transporter you may ask?  Well, about 9 months ago, I had to end my recreational ice hockey because I received a concussion and being on blood thinners due to my Factor V Leiden, my doctor said it had to end. Needing more physical exercise to make up for it, and looking around for a job that would provide some exercise instead of my wicked passive, sit on my butt, architectural computer face time, I considered being a pizza delivery guy, (a combination of walking and driving), and also interviewed for a job at Home Depot on the freight dock.  The same day of that H D interview, I scored the transporter job.  My new boss assured me I'd be doing a lot of walking!

Having worked in a large hospital in Philly years ago, I'm looking forward to the exercise and being a part of a new team.  Also helping out folks in their time of need can't be overlooked. One of the more difficult things in this process was to put a resume and cover letter together for the first time in about 20 years; especially for a new job category.  I had to play down the design abilities and stress the team work, getting along with people and other basic attributes.  I was very lucky that my former co-workers bailed me out with good references, (so they say) :)

As for the scouts back in Pittsford, I do remember Danny Kropp and I joining a troop in Bushnell's Basin. Bob Legge, Jim Womeldorf and Greg Wolf, I believe were in a troop in Pittsford.  Kropp earned the rank of Life and was senior patrol leader.  I only made it to the rank of Star.  We lasted thru 8th grade and then football, other sports and our band, (Lastraws and later The Sound Brewery), took over our time.  Looking at your group of former troop members, maybe there was something in scouting that made a bunch of us join rock cover bands.  Funny, I never got the music merit badge!  :)

As for the last reunion, I really enjoyed sitting next to Scott Hill, visiting with Wendy and of course seeing Ellen again.  Her conversation was heart-felt.

Time in a bottle....

Goody

PS:  I hope Scott was able to follow his Northeastern Hockey Team this year.  They had a great season agian!


10/16/19 05:09 PM #134    

Nancy Topham (Mueller)

Kathy, I was not able to come but I wanted to express appreciation for your work with the website and related emails. I have that role with a couple of my volunteer organizations, and it can be thankless at times!

10/17/19 12:49 PM #135    

 

Alice J. (Aj. ) Zissler

Kathy L, I ditto Nancy in that you did such a fine job administering the website with excellent communications, especially for those of us who could not attend.  You could compete with Bill Gates! Ha, ha. A big Thank You! And to the entire committee and Margo too for the photos. It was so fun to see everyone virtually from afar! I hope to make the next reunion. AJ


10/17/19 12:59 PM #136    

Patti Leonard (Perkins)

For Margo,

Thank you for your diligence in capturing, it looks like, everyone at Dave Ferris' Friday night get together.  Your pics made me realize how many people I completely missed.  I regret not catchng up with you because it seems from FB that you have had a wonderful ride the last 50 years.  I also missed catching up with Jude Ellis, Dave Ferris, Bill Carpenter, Tom May, Bill Hoyt, Charlie Anderson and any number of others.  But I guess that is what the 75th will be for.  Thanks again for posting.

 


10/17/19 05:18 PM #137    

David Ferris

Patti, I don't  think we can wait till the 75th! Hopefully we will have a 55th, if not sooner.

 

Dave Ferris


10/18/19 04:42 PM #138    

Dan Goodenow

Guys, Now I feel I miss not coming.  Had to work the weekend.  Boston did attend the Friday night gathering and represented me.  :)  He said it was a blast.  Count me in for the 55th.


10/19/19 12:16 PM #139    

Mark P. Patterson

My deep thanks to our wonderful reunion committee for your relentless efforting in making our PHS Class of 1969  50th reuinion so special, so memorable! With many classmates, I was gratefully able to pick up our friendship near to where we left off last time we were together! Thanks so much to you my classmates! I am certainly hoping we can come together as a class very soon... maybe 2024!

Love You All,

Mark Patterson


10/19/19 04:39 PM #140    

Amy Lippman (Shaffer)

So sorry to have missed the class of '68's reunion last year, but we were out of the country.  Photos were great and it looked like everyone had a wonderful time.

I noticed in one of the posts that someone mentioned meeting in Florida.  We are there on the west coast for most of the winter (and in Washington DC for the rest of the year).  If there is any interest in having a reunion there, I would love to know.

I hope all is well with everyone.  See you in 2043, if not before.

Best,
Amy Lippman Shaffer

 


03/01/21 01:52 PM #141    

Kerry H. Hoerner (Bovenzi)

Dear friends,  just want to let you know Patrick Owen has been diagnosed with stage 4 renal CA  His diagnosis is most likely terminal  Average lifespan 18-24 months  His oncologist said because he is in excellent health up to 5 years is possible  They are trying some new therapies that directly target the CA cells  The CA was discovered when he bent over to lace up his ski boot and his femur spontaneously fractured  He underwent major surgery to fix leg  They are waiting for leg to heal before starting tx for CA  Pat is basically upbeat and positive about the future His strong faith in Christ and amazing family support is helping him through  I'm sure he would appreciate all prayers for God's will concerning his future  Thank you, and God bless   Kerry Hoerner Bovenzi

 


05/30/21 10:13 AM #142    

Nancy K. Ferris (Hammer)

Just learned that Mike O'Hara has passed away.  The link to his obituary is attached.
 

https://obituaries.northhavenfuneral.com/obituary/michael-f-ohara/?fbclid=IwAR3xb2pyvU6mAcP7zAn-vKslqtP8mNjc3JPhkeGXcRKPCrglgB8T419zon0


12/29/21 07:30 AM #143    

 

Bradley K. Sherman

Total eclipse, 8 April 2024, excellent viewing from Pittsford. If only there was a better than 10% chance for clear skies, I might think about a road trip.


01/02/22 10:37 AM #144    

Kerry H. Hoerner (Bovenzi)

Kerry Hoerner Bovenzi            Update on Pat Owen.  2021 had a lot of positive news for him  All sites in chest and abdomen are gone.  Still tumor in kidney that has shrunk considerably.  Waiting on results from most recent scan. Amazing results. Unfortunately CA was found on his neck and shoulder.  It was squamous cell skin CA which he has had removed recently, and he expects excellent results. He is still very positive in thoughts and trust in our LORD. He would love to hear from any of you. Have a blessed New Year

 


01/02/22 06:00 PM #145    

Dan Goodenow

To Pat Owen, 

That's great news on your scans.  I spent two years viewing scans in the control rooms at a hospital as a radiology transporter and it was always gradifying to see good ones.  Of course we never were allowed to discuss what we saw even though we were often asked by the patients. Good scans was always a welcome sight during my 2nd shift weekends at the hospital.  Retired this past April

I don't know if you remember me, but I was a junior your senior year and was mostly a DB on the football team.  I clearly remember you coming through the line at me in practice on occasion and it was a real challenge for me.  You were a hard runner and hard to tackle.  Also I'm sure you remember the Bull in the Ring.

Keep up the fight.  Prayers are with you...

Dan  #31 


01/03/22 10:53 AM #146    

Mark P. Patterson

Kerry and Pat,

So thrilled Pat and Kerry the Lord Jesus is answering prayer.

Pat, I will be praying for the LORD's full healing my friend and brother in Christ!

Pat, I always appreciated our friendship on and off the the football field. You were always upbeat and positive, with a great sense of humor. Your caring for people always showed, to me for sure.

Kerry, thank you for your sensitive, thoughtful and great care of Pat and keeping us posted.

Love in Christ.

Mark Patterson. '69

 

 


01/03/22 10:53 AM #147    

Mark P. Patterson

Kerry and Pat,

So thrilled Pat and Kerry the Lord Jesus is answering prayer.

Pat, I will be praying for the LORD's full healing my friend and brother in Christ!

Pat, I always appreciated our friendship on and off the the football field. You were always upbeat and positive, with a great sense of humor. Your caring for people always showed, to me for sure.

Kerry, thank you for your sensitive, thoughtful and great care of Pat and keeping us posted.

Love in Christ.

Mark Patterson. '69

 

 


01/04/22 02:10 AM #148    

Patrick W. Owen (Owen)

I want to really thank all my good friends who know about my battle with cancer and have been prayhing for me!!! Thank you so very much!! On Valentines Day 2021 I was attempting to put on my ski boot when my right femur suddenly fractured. After I got done screaming i told my wife that I have to have cancer. I was right!! I have renal cell carcinoma that metasized to my leg. My abdomen was filled with tumors and my lungs had many cancer tumors. I was given 18 months to 2 years to live. My name Patrick means Nobel and Owen means Warrior. I declared that my cancer has my Goliath and that no uncircumsied Philistine was going to defeat this Noble Warrior with God on my side. Since then most of all my tumors have disappeared with only 2 left. One on my left kidney and one behind my spleen. Those have been reduced to 50% and 38% of their size in March. I have people all over the world praying for me and theirs and your prayers are being answered. I will probably have my left kidney removed in March. Thank you all so very much and may God bless you in this new year of 2022! Got to be better than 2021 right? Many Blessings! Patrick


01/04/22 07:26 AM #149    

Mark P. Patterson

Patrick,

Thank you for your very encouraging note back to us. Praying for full healing! Love you man! Mark Patterson

 

 

 


01/04/22 07:26 AM #150    

Mark P. Patterson

Patrick,

Thank you for your very encouraging note back to us. Praying for full healing! Love you man! Mark Patterson

 

 

 


04/17/22 02:07 PM #151    

Nancy K. Ferris (Hammer)

Chris Currier reached out to let us know that his twin brother Craig has passed away.  Please keep them and their families in your thoughts.


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