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50 Year Reunion Announcement!
Woodlawn High Class of 1969 - 50 year reunion
2019 - 11:00 am
Piney Run Park, 30 Martz Rd, Sykesville MD 21784 (Pavilion 1 - We Are Number 1 !!!)
Totally free if your car's driver is age 62 or older (otherwise $10 per car)
Bring your own lunch and alcohol is permitted. This park has a beautiful lake for boating and hiking trails. You can check out the park at www.pineyrunpark.org . There is a paved path to the pavilion and wheelchairs can be accommodated. The restroom is close by. Please use the online registration here to indicate whether you can attend, can not attend, or might be able to attend. That way we can all see if our best friends will be there. I will send out a mass email soon to all the email addresses I currently have. If the email is rejected, I will mark that person as missing on this class website. Please check our missing persons list here around March and let me know if you know where they might be. Thank you! Ed Blake
9/11/2015 This website is fully funded!!!
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Thanks to your generous contributions our class is fully funded for life! We have successfully funded our class through our 50th year following graduation. From now on, Classrepo
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After graduating WHS, I went to Frostburg State College and left with a degree in Elem Ed. For five years I taught 6th Grade at Powhatan Elementary School and one year at Woodlawn Middle School as the 6th Grade Science Teacher. During that time, I earned a Masters degree from Loyola College. I was also the head JV football and lacrosse coach at WHS. It was fun coaching alongside Giese (rip), Goudy (rip), and Estes.
In 1978, I seized an opportunity to become a Special Agent for the FBI. My assignments took me to Richmond, Charlottesville (Va), New York City, FBIHQ as a CT Supervisor, the Washington DC Field Office, and back to Richmond assigned to the Winchester Resident Agency for my last 12 years. Became a Firearms Instructor, Crisis Negotiator, and a Police Instructor. On terrorism cases, I traveled to Canada, England, Germany, France, and Australia. Great career, but was forced to retire when I hit the magical age of 57.
I retired as an Agent in December 2009, and am now working as a contractor for USIS on assignment to the FBI in Winchester. I am reviewing national security FBI files for sensitive information so the files can be transferred to the National Archives for public review.
During my FBI career, I met my future wife while she was attending UVa. We were married in 1983 while I was assigned to the New York Office. We created a family of three wonderful sons who are now out on their own contributing to society. One graduated from James Madison University, another from Virginia Tech, and the third is still working on his degree from Shenandoah University. Very proud of the men they've become and their accomplishments.
Enjoying a wonderful life here in Winchester, Virginia, with my wife, exploring the wonders, Civil war sites, and vineyards of the Shenandoah Valley.
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