5/31/2012 Class Trivia
Class of 62 Trivia (During our Senior Year) ANSWERS IN CAPS
1. Who sang in the Choir?
MARY BEYERS LOTT
MARY MERICA BALLINGER
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6/27/2011 Class Prophecy
by Barbara Warrick and Harry Lucyshyn
It is the year 1982 and science has progressed rapidly in the last 20 years. I, Barbara Warrick, happened to meet Harry Lucyshyn on the atomic li
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6/27/2011 Class Will
by Connie Blue and Bonnie Ingraham
PAULINE ADAMS leaves her ability to make anything she sa
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Dick and I have been married for 27 years We have five children together and twelve grandchildren. We spend most of our time either golfing or fishing.
We purchased and remodeled a home in Big Pine Key about seven years ago and we spend about four months a year there fishing for tarpon, bonefish and permit , as well as fishing for eatable species such as grouper, dolphin, tuna, etc. My husband was born and raised in Daytona Beach. Fly fishing is my favorite although it is a little harder for me to wade these days. We also fish off shore in Daytona and I especially like going out with him in the Spring of the year when the Cobia are running.
My eldest son, Terry, owns and operates Powerhouse Marine Services in Ormond Beach. He lives in Ormond with his wife, Vanessa. He has 4 children.
Gary, my middle son, works for Dick at Thad Con, LLC (third generation construction co.) Gary is married and has one daughter. He enjoys hunting, especially in S.C.
My daughter, Kim, teaches dance and yoga at St. Simons Island, Ga.
Me? Well, Lets see. I have been taking college courses throughout the years (still no degree :) ) I have been well blessed to be a stay at home wife and mother. Before retiring, however, I worked as a legal secretary in several large firms in Daytona Beach.
I enjoy working out. I also love to read and do most of it while we are at our Keys home when I have more down time. I also enjoy cooking but that "hobby" is waning of late. We entertain a lot. We catch shrimp right off our dock. Dolphin play in our back yard every day.
We have been blessed to have traveled quite a bit and have gone to Wine Country, Washington, Oregon, Hawaii, Costa Rica, California, North Carolina every fall (golfing and seeing friends from FL), the Bahamas numerous times, (It is not that far from Florida!) I thank God for the opportunity and each time I travel, I think: "This is a long way from rural Homer, Michigan." LOL
I belong to PEO, a sisterhood that promotes women's education (thanks to my wonderful friend, Ruth Ann Boyd!). Dick and I attend Tomoka Christian Church in Ormond Beach. Also, I have been a volunteer in the school system as well as teaching Sunday School, and as a scout leader in my earlier years.
I have spent much time, of course, with my children and grandchildren. I am truly thankful and humbled by how God put my life back together after a failed marriage and for the wonderful husband and life mate he blessed me with.
My mother passed away in 2010 at age 89. Our old homestead where she lived for 62 years has been sold to a lovely family who is remodeling it. I am so blessed to have four wonderful brothers who still live in the Homer area and we are all still very close to each other. I will always be thankful for being raised in our small village during that time of history. I am sure most of us will agree on that!
Dick and I enjoyed a visit from Rick Seppelt a couple years or so ago. It was wonderful catching up with him.
I am looking forward to reuniting with old school mates come May!!
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