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Thomas Stewart
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CEO Married 4
Settled in Charlotte, North Carolina 30 years ago, have three daughters and one son and three grandchildren all living in the Charlotte area.  Have not been back to Dairen in years and hope to see old friends this coming September.  I have a multi-state heavy duty truck parts distribution buisness which keeps me busy  but looking forward to some r and r  in the years ahead.

Update 2016
life continues to change, fully retired in 2015  after selling business. Good thing as it has given Trisha and I more time to travel which we love. We know have 5 granddaughters and another grandchild due this June. Look forward to our next reunion and seeing old friends,
50 years where has the time gone. 

Sixth granddaughter born last year and we have another one one the way due January 2018. 
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Georgine Abberley (Carter)
Retired Food Manufacturer Widowed 2
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Barbara Geddes (Loh)
retired Married 1
Alan W. King
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Retired/Freelance Writer Divorced 2
"Why are our days limited on Earth? To make each day special!"

The Passages Of Time
Mitch Albom's latest Novel: The Time Keeper
It was a pleasure seeing former classmates at our 40th reunion, and learning what everyone has been up to all these years.  In fact, I was recently in contact with Howie Thompson, and had the privilege of reading his latest novel, 'OverTime.' Who knew that Howie could write! 

Class of '67's Thompson
    goes into 'OverTime'

If you are interested, you may read my book review for 'OverTime' in our Guess Book section.  I finished writing and editing the screenplay for  'OverTime' and Howie and I are currently looking for an agent.


Takes you back  to 1958 New England


Darien native Garrett M. Brown's one-act-play, "Americana,"
was performed for the first time this spring.  In this scene,
Mr. Self, the encyclopedia salesman played by Chris Ceraso,
looks on with the Dad (Michael Cullen) as they gaze at the
son, Garry's (Miles Berger) sketchbook of drawings of his
models -- the various Playmates of the Month, from

Playboy Magazine."
I have also kept in contact with Garrett/aka Garry Brown, and had an opportunity to read his play, "AMERICANA."   We all knew that Garry could act, but did we ever suspect he was such a gifted writer too.  If you would like to read my review of 'AMERICANA,' you may also check it out in our Guess Book section. Both reviews appeared on the front page of The Darien Times.

I retired in 1996 from the corporate world of technical marketing and sales within the computer software industry.  Since I had been writing for some time, I decided that this would be a great opportunity for me to pursue a life-long dream.  In 1997 I returned to graduate school and was surprised to see so many baby boomers attending classes.  I subsequently earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in English & Writing from Long Island University: (Summa Cum Laude & Merit Scholar) and a Master of Arts degree in Creative and Non-Fiction Writing from Manhattanville College: (Magna Cum Laude).  Who said baby boomers are too old to learn?   

I have two children, Jenifer, age 44, and Chad, age 41, both are married, and each have 2 children (boy and girl) and graduated from the University of Maine. Chad also earned his Master's degree at Bath University in Bath, England (Sociology: Death  & Society).

Nancy and her supporters (including her husband, Jay) did an outstanding job putting together and organizing our successful 40th reunion, and for this I am most indebted and grateful. 

My twin brother, Rand (deceased) is on the red Honda 50 cc and I am on the blue one.  Picture taken in 1967.  As you may recall, Rand was Captain of our first  D.H.S. undefeated Gymnastic Team under the guidance of  Coach Isadore Battino, and voted the senior with the best physique. And my younger brother, Jeff, was Captain of the '69 D.H.S. Gymnastic Team and Connecticut's All State Gymnastic Champion.

I loved sailing and sailed out of the Rowayton Yacht Club for many years to destinations like Martha's Viineyard, Nantucket and Woods Hole.  Such wonderful memories!  In the meantime, I continue to keep in touch with a number of  classmates, and would enjoy hearing from you. 

P.S.: Anymore writers out there?

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Cia Henderson (Marion)
Retired Married 2
Hoping to see a lot of you on Friday night at the Doubletree.
Sarah Campbell
retired highway engineer Married 1
I am coming back for our 50th, my first reunion EVER!  It will be great to see all of you again.  I would love to hear from you in the meantime.

I am still retired from the Alaska DOT Construction Section and dividing time between Alaska and Washington State (we call WA "our Arizona").   I am quite content spending winters in a rural county in a gorgeous state between two fantastic cities, Seattle and Vancouver, BC.  I wish I could talk my husband into leaving AK, but he is too much a part of life in the far north.

The big draw in WA is our son, daughter-in-law and three granddaughters (ages 9, 5, 3) who live about two hours away.  Our son attempted to start a recreational marijuana grow operation when it was legalized in WA, but experienced all the pitfalls of starting a marginally legal, small business on a shoestring budget.  He is now back to cooking (and a regular income!).

I have been doing volunteer environmental work since retiring.  It seems the scene is really heating up recently!  Another consuming  task is to keep my aging body going and my mind sharp.  Are any of you facing these challenges, too?

See you in August!

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Bill Delaney
structural engineer Married 2
Greetings everyone. 

After DHS I headed off to DePauw University in Indiana to major in Political Science.  Too much living and not enough studying resulted in a short 2 years at DePauw.  Another 2 years majoring in Sociology at Franklin College in Indiana ended abruptly as I decided I was going to get drafted, so might as well head off to Colorado and work as a carpenter/ski bum.  Never got drafted and my carpentry days lasted 7 years and included Eisenhower Tunnel. Eventually I realized that there weren’t any old carpenters around and headed back to school for a civil engineering degree from Univ. Colorado @ Denver.

In 1978 I hired on with the National Park Service as a structural engineer for the western parks, working out of Denver.  I lived in Empire CO for 23 years, where I was also the mayor.

In 1993 I transferred to Yosemite NP and headed the design and construction program, up to my retirement in 2009.  

My wife Kathy and I live in Mariposa, CA., just outside of Yosemite. We have two children living in SF and Oakland, one grandchild and more on the way.  We are lucky to be active with lots of skiing, hiking and friends. Life is good!
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Howie Thompson
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So much has happened since the 45th reunion.  Got married, got divorced.  Wrote two Iconic Books about South Carolina History, lost my right leg below my knee, walked two 5k races, and a third coming in May.  Checked off one of my bucket list items as I got to throw out the first pitch at our Double A, Chicago Cubs affiliate, the Myrtle Beach Pelicans.  Working on my third, and last Iconic Book about yet another piece of North Myrtle Beach History.
I think we, my significant other, Joyce and I will try to be coming in sometime Thursday night.  I hope to see my kids sometime Friday afternoon, and attend the festivities on Friday night. I felt it fitting to use the pic of me kicking an extra point as "then" and me throwing out the first pitch last year as "now"
After two years off, I am back to coaching Soccer.  I am helping out our local YMCA and coaching a U-10 Girls team.  Seems like that is where I started 37 years ago.  I am so looking forward to seeing everyone and hope we get a great turn out.  Bob Radocy and I used to go sledding down the hills at Weeburn when we couldn't get on Woodway.   Been communicating with Duff now and again and still don't know where Vos is, other than he is somewhere here in SC.  Love it here, the sun, the beach, the entertainment, it is quite the place to live.

See you all soon,
Howie (No more toe, but still "THE TOE")
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Lynnie Lynch (Mathias)
small business Married 2
I am still living in upstate NY, married to Wils for 46 years and have two boys And two great daughter in laws and two grandsons nearby.  I retired last year and Wils is almost retired.   We still do a lot of kayaking, biking and hiking, since we are so near the Adirondacks.  Unfortunately,   I am coming to the reunion, but only for Saturday at Wee Burn and Sunday breakfast.  It will be fun to see you all.  Send Lynnie a MessageSend Lynnie a Message
Linda SM Procaccini (dos Santos)
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       I am afraid that my concentration on the 40th and 45th reunions focused on my family.

      During the 40th reunion, I kept rushing back and forth to Stamford Hospital, where my Pop lay with terminal cancer. Costanzo "Chris" Procaccini died a few weeks later.

    Just prior to the 45th reunion, our eldest daughter, Angel, was diagnosed with cancer. I arrived at the 45th reunion in total exhaustion, from caring for Angel and her two children several days per week. Angel has been in remission now for several years.

      Among Angel's many interests are organizing corporate inspirational gatherings, outdoor activities for Boston youth, working for AMC, and participating in major cancer fundraising events.

 I am very, very happy to be a part of the 50th Darien Reunion, where I will be able to have full concentration paid to my classmates, memories, and showing off photos of our 3 healthy and happy grandchildren.


      During the summer, I had the pleasure of watching our youngest granddaughter, Mia Grace, 2 1/2 hours/week, while our youngest daughter Jennyann finished a course. Jennyann is a full time teacher, and Mia Grace is now 1 years old.


     Angelo and I care for grandsons at least once per week, while school is in session..  There is hardly a moment to think of our own needs. Nate is nine, and Ryan is seven. Ryan walks like Popeye, tries to get away with everything, and "NO" is not in his vocabulary. Nate is an avid reader, loves skiing, and enjoys technology.


    Brad,Angel's husbad, still travels to INTEL factories- Oregon, Texas, England, and conference calls with Israel-due to his INTEL inventions.


    Michael, Jennyann's husband, has just finished his Masters degree and works with stocks.


     Angelo and I are globe trotters, always ready to travel. We are retired. We keep ourselves busy. Angelo works 1 to 3 days/week (when in Connecticut) as a Judicial Consultant. He loves performing weddings.  I am the Program Director for the Eastford Senior Citizens. I write a column  for the local newspaper, freelance in another, and have my photographs published in a third.


     My husband and I will be married 47 years, the  week before the 50th Darien Reunion.


    We hope to see you there.


Best wishes to all.

Linda SM (Procaccini) dos Santos

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