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12/13/2015 Where in the world are my classmates?
We have updated and improved the interactive map with the address of record for our registered classmates, including those living overseas.
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5/13/2013 Facebook connections
We have over 70 classmates who have 'connected' on Facebook. Additionally, we have created a private group for DJO Class of 1963 folks.
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4/17/2012 This site is now fully funded - no spam and no ads!
Our class use of this web site is fully funded for life! We have funded our class through our 50th year following graduation.
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I married a Marine I met while at Mary Washington. My husband Jim was in Vietnam at Chu Lai for a very long 13 months.
After going to flight school with the Air Force in Lubbock, TX, he was retired from his wounds from Vietnam.
Next came Eastern Airlines; Atlanta, St. Louis, Newark, Pittsburgh, then back to the DC area. My boys went to USNA, graduating in '88 and '89. They then went off to California and never wanted to come home again to the heat and humidity on the East Coast. Can't say I blame them! They are now married and have kids of their own.
Jim died in '98 from cancer from Agent Orange and I had to reinvent my life: I decided to take up bagpipe lessons and it opened up a whole new life for me.
I now live with my teacher and we go to competitions and festivals with the band. Life has been a surprise all along the way and has been very good to me!
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