Welcome NHS Wildcats and Guests to the Official Website of Northwestern High School’s Class of 1966 Hyattsville, Maryland www.nhs1966.com
Our site offers classmates a FREE ”Do It Yourself” opportunity to reconnect. Begin with the link to the right - "First Visit Here?" "Click Here to Register" - then follow instructions. And remember, YOU choose to make your info available to the Class or Class Administrator only. All former classmates are welcome, whether you were part of the ‘66 Wildcat track in elementary school, junior high or any portion of high school.
The whereabouts of 100+ classmates still need to be validated. We’ve located some; however, they haven’t responded to search mailings. Although a piece of mail may have found your mailbox, that doesn’t mean we know you’ve actually been found unless you verify your current address. You’d be surprised how many other individuals share your exact name and approximate age.
Take a moment to look over the site for Event Announcements, Featured Class Member Bios, Memorial Photos, Photo Links, Web Site Links and more!
This site is operated and funded by members of our class.
Class Administrator: Kathy Parker
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Save the Date
Reunion Redux - 50th Reunion
October 7, 8, 9 - 2016
Turf Valley, Ellicott City, MD
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3/5/2015 WILDCAT LOSS - Wally Etienne 3/2/2015
Please see Wally's Profile page for details.
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2/11/2015 WILDCAT LOSS - James Stark Smith 2/5/2015
Details of Jim's passing may be found on his profile page.
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12/24/2014 WILDCAT LOSS - Jerry Matthews, NHS64
Sympathies to classmate Mark Matthews for the loss of his brother, Jerry, on December 21, 2014. Graveside services will be held on Wednesday, December 24, 2014, 11 a.m. at King David Memoria
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Worked for Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission for 25 years (SHIFT WORK!). Retired in 2000. Currently am a part-time school bus driver for St. Mary's County, Maryland. In 1983 bought a 100 year old farm house in La Plata and spent the next 21 years trying to fix it up. (We could relate to the movie The Money Pit!).
Currently live in a duplex located in Piney Point, Maryland back of the house faces the St. George Creek/ St. Mary's River and the front of the house faces the Potomac River.
Have two grandsons ages 21 and 18 in addition to my children.
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