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Thursday,  August  17,  2023  -  8:15 am

looking for pic's from the following places, Hammond, Indiana

the old Kenwood School(circa 1954- 1960) playground, school house

Washington Jr High !961 -1965) both school houses, the playground, and the gym

HHS before 1968, baseball field, backstop

indi illi park 1955- 1968, pic's of the park in that time frame

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HHS - ORIGINAL BLOG - LINK

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12/28/2017
50th reunion directory, coming soon
thanks to mr. sanG for the update Hammond High School Class of 1967 Watch your mail for the 50th Reunion Directory in mid January. Paid dinner classmates will receive a directory. Anyone . . .  Continued

12/22/2017
John D. "Jack" O'Keefe passed away on December 17, 2017.
thanks as always to mr.sanG, for the update Nancy Burt ('67) husband passed away 12/17/17. He was a member of HHS '66 He died of an heart attack John D. "Jack" O'Keefe Send Flowers Obitu . . .  Continued

12/15/2017
Patty Walker passed away on December 11, 2017
as always, I thank mr. sang for the up date Patricia Sue Kumiega (nee Walker) GRIFFITH, IN - Patricia Sue Kumiega (nee Walker) age 68 of Griffith, passed away on Monday December 11, 2017. S . . .  Continued

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Sat 10/30/2010 5:24 PM

  A MESSAGE FROM CNC Cathy Nowak Carrier

  Hello Hammond High School Alumni of 1967

Tue 5/4/2010 12:18 AM

  Butler or Duke ? Jim Wallgren

  Duke 61- Butler 59

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   THANKS MARCIA FRISK ULAN !!!! Jim Wallgren

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Connie Culp Karczewski


As I think about coming back to Hammond after multiple decades away, I find I'm amazed at what it must be like to have remained in close contact and proximity with childhood friends. Comforting, I'll bet. As for me, I've lived in seven different states. After graduation (like the following Monday) I became a proud employee of NIPSCo.downtown, where I worked off and on as executive secretary for about 8 years. During that time, I married, had my daughter (Amy), divorced, was a single mom, married a sweet guy (Stan), moved to Chicago and have been moving ever since.

Because relocating is stressful and a bit disorienting each time, like being dropped from a tornado to some strange land, I always tried to find the unique things about where I was and carve myself a little niche. While working for a specialty touring company on Michigan Avenue, I lucked into a promotional tour to The Gambia which was accompanied by Alex Haley (Roots). A great experience.

Next residence, Oklahoma City where I worked part time for an attorney by day and by night did creative writing for a local radio station. I especially had fun being guest DJ one day for the morning show. In between, I started taking some college courses.

What a culture shock then to move from OK to San Francisco. During our 10 years in CA, we both worked hard, but also enjoyed all the beauty there (not to mention being smack in the middle of the Loma Prieta earthquake in '89). Job wise, I began as admin assistant and ended as Safety Program Administrator for an environmental firm. I continued with college and served as a docent for the Frank Lloyd Wright Marin County Civic Center. By the end of our stay there, I was graduated from Sonoma State University...at age 40-something, a college grad! Amy also graduated from UC Davis, and decided to remain in the bay area (who wouldn't?) as Stan and I headed north to Portland, Oregon.

While Portland is a little gem of a city, it does rain a lot there. I remember the weather forecast including "look for a 10 minute sun break about 2:00." What a climate shock. The Portland Art Museum is a wonderful dry area and I spent time there volunteering and also helped get a reading mentor program started for elementary school children.

Next stop Houston, Texas! All I can say is, at least it only lasted about a year. I lived for my work at the butterfly habitat of their natural science museum. We bred local varieties and grew the specific food plants required by each. Very interesting opportunity!

After Texas, Stan was transferred to the Washington, D.C. area and we settled in Potomac, Maryland, where we are today. Such a rich cultural and historic area! But you may notice, we are on the east coast and our daughter is on the west coast:(

Here I love doing research at the Smithsonians and teaching English as a second language to adults for the local literacy council. The last year or so has been very challenging healthwise for me, but I think I'm coming out of it, and hope to make the trip to Hammond in August to touch base with my own roots! (that would be YOU)



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 Posted by: Shirley Neal Saylor

 10/20/2007

 Other  Transplant pre-testing is underway today! My broth
 Posted by: Shirley Neal Saylor

 7/17/2007

 Birth  We were informed this morning that our newest gre
 Posted by: Ann Norris Linvill

 4/16/2007

 Update  Hi, All! I have had a ball today reading the bio
 Posted by: Terry O'Bryan Kiszka

 9/20/2006

 Birth  Congratulations, Ann, on the new great grandson!
 Posted by: Tom Johnson

 9/19/2006

 Birth  David and I are proud to announce the birth of our
 Posted by: Ann Norris Linvill

 9/18/2006

 Other  Dan, I loved the article about our defeat of Michi
 Posted by: Terry O'Bryan Kiszka

 9/12/2006

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