CHECK OUT YOUR CLASSMATES' PROFILES BELOW!When you submit a profile, only that profile will post: none of your contact information will be shown. Only the part of that contact info that you have allowed us to share will be posted in the Class Directory after Reunion, and that will be password protected. That password will be sent when you purchase tickets or register for a free event ticket. The Directory will be posted right after reunion.
POST YOUR PROFILE!
Those not attending Reunion can still get the password by registering their contact info by phone, email or mail with Kerry Durr Roscoe at 962 Via Arroyo, Ventura, Ca 93003
Classmates' Stories We're interested in knowing what your life has been like for the past 50 years. Your mini-bio can be as long or short as you'd like. Classmates will be able to contact you if you include your email address, which will not be displayed.
You can answer questions such as:
1. Spouse/Partner's name? Number and ages of children? Pets?
2. Most gratifying experience since graduating GCHS?
3. Any travel experiences?
4. What is your idea of a perfect day?
5. What classmates have remained part of your circle of friends?
6. Who do you most hope will come to the reunion so that you can reconnect with them?
7. What are your retirement plans? Hobbies?
8. What would your high school friends be most surprised to learn about you?
Tell us a little about yourself today.
LET US KNOW WHAT YOU'VE BEEN DOING THESE PAST 50 YEARS BY POSTING A PROFILE!
We will post your THEN photo from the yearbook. If you have trouble uploading your NOW photo, just email in .jpg format it to email@example.com & we'll post it for you.
Sally Bachelder (Keil)
Retired Married 2My husband and I are now snowbirds, living in northeastern CT in the summer and Gulfport FL in the winter. We are both retired, and enjoy playing tennis. Our two sons are grown up; one is married and living near us in FL, the other is engaged to be married this fall. Both sons have chosen lovely young women so we are very happy! Looking forward to seeing everyone at reunion
Teacher SingleI've lived in Washington State since 1973-- Seattle till 1995, thrn Skagit Valley-- noted for tulips, eagles, and migrating birdls (swans, snowgeese) fllying overhead. I worked for Seattle Schools for 25+ years as a special ed teacher and counselor... still teaching. I've done massage professionally since 1976. Discovered brain function and got a PhD in Hunan Science from Saybrook University (Bay Area) --about applications of neuroscience in education and wellness. I'm writing a book about aging and mental illness, caregiving, wellness, and family involvement. Enjoy all kinds of music, still play accordion and guitar and recorders.I studied sound healing. Travelled to Scotland and the Netherlands in 2005, India and Nepal in 2008. I've run for city and State office, (not elected)... involved in social change, still writing poetry.
Ann Brokamp (Williams)
Retired RN Married 2Special thanks to all for their planning and dedication to our class.
Married Bob 45 years ago (reception at Stewart Manor CC), two daughters, and four sweet little grandchildren.
Attended Fairield University Nursing School. Loved working at Norwalk Hospital in different positions until I retired three years ago.
I cherish every day and am grateful for the gift of our spirited alumni community that is so welcoming.We live in Darien, Connecticut and Quechee, Vermont.
Retired Technologist www.facebook.com/george.cook.7737 Married 3A memorial service for the deceased members of the Gardern City High School Class of 1968 will be held at the Garden City Bird Sanctuary, on Saturday, September 22, 2018, at 9:15AM. We have created a service that allows those attending a moment to recall and honor some of our most precious friends. You can still sign up on the page detailing the events for this year’s reunion and select the number of tickets for those who will be attend this event with you. Even if you cannot get to that:--please come.
I hope you will! --George
Bernadette D'Agnese (Nowakowsky)
Retired Married 2I am retired from IBM, live in Putnam County NY. Have 2 sons and 4 grandchildren. Stay in contact with a small group of classmates. Looking forward to reunion.
Patti Dalzell (Dobosz)
Business Owner - Bed & Breakfast and Construction Company www.thekenwoodinn.com Widowed 3For the last 10 years, I've owned St. Augustine Fl's oldest and most historic B&B, the Kenwood Inn, circa 1865. I also have a constuction company which I started three years ago as I have purchased and renovated several homes in the histioric district including the one I live in which dates back to 1792.
I have three great kids, two nearby and one in Toronto. My granddaughter Megan, who will graduate from University of GA next year, is interning this summer at NBC in NYC and Ryan heads off to University of South Carolina next month.
I lost my husband Ted in August 2016 to early-onset Alzheimer's.
I hope to retire and sell the B&B in the next few years but still buy and restore historic buildings for a few more years. I really look forward to seeing everyone and being back in GC!
One of these days I plan to drive across the US and Canada to visit all the wonderful sanctuaries for farm animals.
My 15 minutes of fame: I went to Woodstock with my cousins.
Rosemary Dunn (Kelly)
Retired-VP of Inst Inv/Issuer Relations Divorced 2Left NY in 1973 and moved to San Francisco. Banking Services Officer at Wells Fargo Bank. Married in 1982. Moved back to NY in 1984. Divorced in 1986. VP of Client Services at IECA which was acquired by ADP in 1992. My division spun off to become Broadridge Finl Svcs. Since 2005 ran forums for Broadridge in US, Canada and UK for corp board, corp secy, and inst investor clients. Retired year end 2017. Loving retirement, even with torn miniscus/acl. Surgery in June 2018.
2 sons, Andrew and Brian
3 grand children, Alexis, Sloane, Liam and Charlotte (due Oct 2018)
2 great grand daughters, Vivienne and Madeleine
Had great time at 50th reunion!
Kerry Durr (Roscoe)
retired Interior Designer Married 2Children: Alison (44) was a kindergarten teacher & now mother of 4 boys, and Lauren (41) is a married psychologist & college professor.
I retired from my interior design business after more than two decades. My husband of 47 years, Stacy, joined me in retirement 15 years ago. For 20 years I have been an advisor & reader for the Ventura County Community Foundation scholarship funds (rating about 1100 applications a year), and the Notre Dame Alumni Club mentor to applying & newly admitted Notre Dame students, doing college fairs, admit & send-off events, and teaching workshops on campus. I served on the University of Notre Dame’s Admissions Advisory Board for several years, and am currently Vice President of the Cornerstones Board of the Carnegie Art Museum in Oxnard. I do the layout work and proofing for the Livable Communities newsletter for the Ventura County Civic Alliance. Beyond volunteering, my time is filled with interests I share with my husband: we are passionate about contemporary art (collecting abstract organic works), wine (slowly working our way wine tasting through Napa, Sonoma, CA’s Central Coast & Oregon’s Willamette Valley), Mid-Century Modern architecture (Palm Springs’ Modernism Week is a favorite), and classic cars (he restored a 1958 Lincoln Continental convertible and, as members of the National LCOC, we travel all over the US to different meets). I’m also hooked on New York Tmes crossword puzzles, genealogy research, and creating photo books on Shutterfly.
Publisher/Educator https://www.linkedin.com/in/dhfarley1/ Married 3Single til 40, when I met my wonderful Kara, now happily married for 26 years—next week. Currently 20+ years in Southern California, following 20+ years living and working in Manhattan. Book publishing work brought me west; and, for 15 years I worked bi-coastally, in NYC and SD offices. I now work for an Australia-based publishing company—and look forward to spending time visiting their home office!
Kara and I have raised (think of my travel—yes, she did most of the lifting) three great kids, top students and athletes who each chose to head to Massachusetts for college. Our oldest now works in digital media in NYC; our middle is back in SD with an organic food company; the youngest has just begun his soph year at Harvard.
We’re blessed to live in La Jolla where we have two pups and have just taken on raising suburban chickens! I’m an avid reader and love the ocean and the beach.
My mom’s still active, lives alone in GC, and plays bridge throughout the week. 6 of my 7 siblings are alive and spread from Manhattan to Virginia to South Dakota.
I’ve kept up with Randy Grespin, Bob Mitchell, Joe Berardino, Morgan Chu, and had done so with John Eastburn, whose recent passing still saddens. I look forward to seeing and catching up with many classmates—from GCHS and from many years at St. Joe’s.