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Burt, Gail (Henke)

939 Caroline Street

Neenah, WI 54956


Buss, Bill

5565 W. Edgewood Drive

Appleton, WI 54913


Catlin, Tom (Cherrie)

W4511 Shagbark Lane

Waupaca, WI 54981-7327
Retired from Fort Howard Paper Co., July, 1997. We live on Long Lake from April - Dec; Snownass, CO, January – April. We have six grand kids all under 3½. We travel very little except to visit daughter (Heidi) in Columbus, Ohio and son Tommer (Walnut Creek, CA) once a year. We spend two weeks each spring in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
Christianson, David (Kate)

5300 Ann Street, #105

Larsen, WI 54947


Greetings... 50 years, too fast. Spent half of those years in the home building and design area. The other half as a custodian for a church in Winchester. I got married when I was forty, to Kate. We now have a family of 11 grandkids and 3 great-grandkids. Two are from China. We are spending my retirement keeping cemetery records up to date and going to the grandkids baseball and football games. Blessings to all.

Christianson, John (Sharon)

8403 Cliffridge Lane

La Jolla, CA 92037


Clark, Sam

1425 Schreve Lane

Neenah, WI 54956


Cleveland, Bob (Pauline)

816 Appleton Street

Menasha, WI 54952


Comments: Children:  Son (Allen & Jessie - Josie 10 yrs. - Nate 6 yrs.) Daughter (Robin). I was a
Professional Clown (Rags) for 20 yrs. Plus. Exhibition Fireworks for 44 yrs. everything from local community 4th of July shows, rock bands, Kenny Rodgers TV special, and weddings. Instructed bomb squads on explosives. Shooting instructor for PGI (Pyrotechnic Guild Int'l).  Hosted PGI Convention in Kaukauna in 2001-2005-2010. Tattoo artist for 25 yrs.  Teaching new artists on the old school tattooing. Amateur Radio Operator since 1977.  Emergency communications and weather spotting, and communicating in marathons (running and biking).

Clough, Beth (Robinson)

2309 Center Street

Stevens Point, WI 54481


Cogger, Bill (Dawn)

202 Poplar Drive

Elizabeth City, NC 27909


After graduation I attended the UW- Madison Engineering School and graduated in 1967 with a Master’s Degree. I had gone through ROTC in college so I had to enter the US Air Force. I was stationed at Ft. Meade, MD and was assigned to the National Security Agency from 1967 thru 1971. I then worked for an engineering consulting company in Arlington, VA for three years. I then left and went to work for the US Air Force as a civilian, working on testing and evaluation of equipment. In 1984, I transferred to the US Army as a civilian, still working on testing and evaluation of equipment. As a result of my job, I was able to travel to many different countries through-out the world, examining military equipment that failed and determining repairs/fixes for the items. Getting reacquainted with Dawn Rowlandson after the 40th NHS reunion resulted in our marriage in 2002. In 2003, I was transferred from the Washington, DC area to NC to become Chief of the Test and Evaluation Section. In 2006 I retired and we currently live in North Carolina. At our home, I have a wood and metal work-shop where I build and fix all manner of things. I have carved a five foot tall carousel rocking horse. I have wanted to visit China since I was a little boy. In 2007, Dawn and I spent an absolutely wonderful month in China. To the grandchildren, I’m the “Giant.”
Collins, Dick (Janice)

504 Alcazar Court

The Villages, FL 32159-5618



I graduated from UW-Madison in 1965 with a BS in Chemistry. In 1965 I enlisted in the Army Reserve. I married Janice Dudek in 1967. We have two daughters - Sarah and Rebecca. I graduated from Lakeland College in 2003 with a BA in Accounting. I was employed by Kimberly Clark (1966-74) as a research chemist and process engineer. I was also owner/operator of Collins Produce Market from 1975-1997. Employed by Packer Public Accounting from 2003-2006. Currently retired and a resident of The Villages, Florida but live in Winneconne, Wisconsin during the summer.

Crane, Betty (Robinson) Joseph

1223 Brentwood Way

Hemet, CA 92545

Crooks, Sandra (Glassner) Ed

2525 N. Ullman

Appleton, WI 54914
Married 17 years, divorced and remarried for 32 years. I have a son John in San Francisco, CA and a daughter Kim in Black Creek. I have 3 grandchildren – 15, 10 and 8. I also have 5 step-daughters,

10 step grandchildren & 6 step great grandchildren. I have been employed since graduation doing secretarial work and will be retired the end of May. We have had many nice vacations - both with kids and without. Out west a couple times, Florida, Hawaii & Bahama Islands, and of course, San Francisco to visit my son! After retirement I look forward to spending more time with the grandchildren, gardening and relaxing.

Cumings, Kathleen (Pickering) Bill

161 Montelluna Drive

North Venice, FL 34275-6615



I graduated from college in 1965. My first real job was with the Girl Scouts in St. Paul. Became the Chief Executive Office of Girl Scout councils in Green Bay, the Quad cities and Minneapolis. Taking early retirement from the Girl Scouts, I became the Chief Executive office for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Minneapolis and then the Twin Cities and finished my work career as a Fund raising Consultant for Big Brothers Big Sisters of America. I also taught at St. Thomas University as an adjunct professor teaching courses in Leadership for Graduate program for Non Profit Management. Sold Doncaster clothing, had my own consulting business and obtained a real estate license and also worked at the Minneapolis Foundation. I married Bill Pickering in 1978. We have one daughter and three grandchildren. They live in Neenah. I have lots of fun telling them stories about Neenah High. Bill and I spent our married life in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis-St. Paul and retired to Venice, FL in 2005. Retirement life is very full, with the church, food pantry, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Downtowners and trying to play golf and enjoying friends and the beach.
DeCleene, Victoria (Tyriver)

117 Division Street

Neenah, WI 54956

DeLong, Barbara (Paharick) Jack

1559 Emeric Avenue

Simi Valley, CA 93065-4015


Fifty years in a few sentences? Wow! I came to Simi Valley in Southern California in 1965 to teach first grade. Met my husband Jack here. He was a 6th grade teacher. We married and traveled by camper during the summers for 5 years before having kids. Drove to Alaska along the Alcan Highway in 1968.
We had two boys and kept on traveling and teaching. He taught junior high and I hit all grades in elementary school except kindergarten and 6th grade. During the summers, we have been many places, including Canada and Mexico. We did a lot of salt-water fishing in Mexico. The ocean is a lot warmer there than in California! We have spent the summer and fall in Montana for the last 5 years. We miss camping, but we traded the motor home for a place on the lake there. My sister lives in Montana, too, so I enjoy spending time with her. Montana reminds me of Wisconsin. There are lots of flat open fields and wonderful old barns in Flathead Valley. I love seeing all the growing things and smelling the richness of the earth. So much wildlife, too. Such a friendly place filled with wonderful genuine people who have time to talk and get to know about you. Life has been good to us. I look forward to hearing all about what you all have been doing for the last 50 years. Could it really have been that long?

Derks, Sharon

2019 Round Lake Drive

Houston, TX 77077-6124

Dobberpuhl, Ann (Buss) Ralph

N5138 Gudmanson Road

Scandinavia, WI 54977-1427
Eckrich, Ann (Kraus) Richard

1319 Mulberry Lane

Neenah, WI 54956



Have done a lot of traveling, especially to Vegas and Florida many times.  We have raised three children.  I worked at Geo. Banta Company and then for Prospera Credit Union for 16 years.
Ellis, Betty (Spethman)

8762 Grand Avenue

Omaha, NE 68134



Everson, Jan (Moors) Dennis

11226 Baltusrol Drive

Fort Mill, SC 29707



After graduation from UW at Whitewater in 1965. I lived in St. Paul, MN for 35 years. I was employed

by the State of MN for a brief time, earned my master's degree from UM at Minneapolis and worked in education for 30 years. In 1967, I married Dennis Moors and we had one son, Tom. Retirement in 2001 moved us to Cliffs Valley near Greenville, SC and then to the Charlotte, NC area for six years. Since our

son, his wife Linda and their children Cameron and Addy live in Greenville, we moved back to the area in

June to be in closer contact with them. My husband and I have enjoyed travels to many places, including Japan, Israel, Australia/New Zealand, Italy, France, Norway and other European areas. I offer my

thanks to all of you who put forth the effort to make the reunion a wonderful event for the class of '61.
Fahrenkrug, Bill (Sandy)

W4882 County Road W

Wild Rose, WI 54984



Fara, Peter (Kathleen)

419 County Trk CE

Kaukauna, WI 54130

Farrell, Gery

400 Frances Street

Menasha, WI 54952


Feiereisen, Joe

510 ½ E. 12th Avenue

Eugene, OR 97502-3627

Felton, Paul

4923 Schalk Road #1

Miller, MD 21102-3024
Fleischman, Sue (Nielsen) Jim

318 Rosewood Avenue

Winnetka, IL 60093


Graduated from Prospect Hall, Milwaukee. After many years working at different positions, I ended up retired from Shattuck Middle School (our old H.S.) as a Media Specialist Aide. I have two children, Tony and a step-daughter, Heidi. After meeting Jim Nielsen at our 45th class reunion, and dating three years, we married in June 2009.
Forsythe, Kenn (Rosie)

W2765 Brookside Drive

Freedom, WI 54913


Frank, Julie (Koslowski) Richard

W60040 Timberline Drive

Sherwood, WI 54169-9763


Freund, Dennis (Nancy)

2510 Springville Drive

Plover, WI 54467


I spent four years in the USAF. After that, I owned the Sky Club restaurant in Neenah and Plover, WI. I am slightly out-numbered; we have three daughters and five granddaughters! I retired in 2000 and enjoy golf. I am currently working towards a Black Belt in Taekwondo. I am also part owner and director in an area bank.
Gallmeier, Janet (Finger) Ron

4324 East Dragon Circle

Mesa, AZ 85206-3504


The last reunion I attended was in 1986. We have 5 kids and 8 grandchildren.  Rick lives in Mesa and has 1 girl and 2 boys; David lives in Maricopa (about 40 minutes south of Mesa) and has 3 girls. Susan is not married and lives with us in Mesa, Jennifer lives in Mount Juliet, near Nashville and has 2 boys; Brad lives in Boston and is not married yet.  We moved to Arizona in 1987 and have been happy in the Sunshine.  I finally retired in May and we became the best old birds of all -SNOWBIRDS!!!  After many years of tent camping, we now have a travel trailer and have spent the last 2 months traveling around Canada and Alaska. We also enjoy 4-wheeling and have explored a lot of the mountains of the western states especially Colorado. I started selling appliances and TV's in 1984 for about 4 years in Neenah and Mesa and then started working at the East Valley Tribune newspaper in 1988 in circulation and then in advertising sales.  In 2002 I started at the Arizona Republic in the classified advertising department.  I enjoyed my years of advertising sales. We are starting a new phase - retirement - and plan on having as much fun as the last 50 years have been.   I am looking forward to getting together with everyone!
Gear, Richard

N9634 Shepherd Lane

Appleton, WI 54915


My first year after graduation was spent at Gear's Dairy and UW Fox Valley. Enlisted in Air Force- Aircraft Maintenance. 1962-1970. tried various occupations after discharge. Attended Milwaukee Area Technical College-Aircraft Maintenance Course. Earned FAA Aircraft Maintenance license. Married my wife (Jo) in 1974. She passed away in 2006. Employed at KC Aviation later owned by Gulfstream. Aerospace/General Dynamics - service team lead. 1976-2008. Spend time now following many interests along with tennis, bicycle riding, downhill skiing, range shooting, and some traveling.
Gehrke, Joan (Tonn) Jerry

2086 East 5950 South

Ogden, UT 84403-5248


After high school, the first two summers I worked as a typist at Kimberly Clark Research & Development and Purchasing. The third summer I kept my school-year, proofreading job at Castle Pierce Printing in Oshkosh. The summer between my Junior and Senior year was the most fun and great experience; a friend and I worked two jobs in Hyannis, MA, as chambermaids and clerks in a candy store. After graduating from University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh with a Bachelor of Arts (Sociology major, Spanish minor) in 1965, I worked as a psychiatric Social Worker at Winnebago State Hospital until marrying Jerry Tonn in November 1967. I was blessed to be a stay-at-home mom to raise our two children: Andrea born in 1969 and Brian born in 1974. Andrea is now an employment Attorney with Denver City and has two

grandchildren for us: Garrett, age 6, and Aubrey, age 4. Brian is a Deputy Sheriff with Clackamas County in Oregon. He is also a Search and Rescue Coordinator in the Mount Hood area. His 12-year marriage just ended; they had no children. I started working again when Brian was in elementary school. During those years I worked as an AWOL Counselor with Job Corps students, a high school tennis coach, and a hospital Medical Staff Services office credentialer and held various administrative assistant positions. Finally, after we settled in the Ogden area the second time, I was able to stay in one place long enough to get 12+ years of retirement with the State of Utah retiring at age 65 as a statistician and Pre-admission Advisor for a college nursing program. At age 28 I fell in love with the game of tennis and have been playing ever since. My goal has always been to beat Bob Kosloske in singles, but that only happened once after Kuz was recovering from vehicle accident injuries. Now that I’m retired, I’m playing a lot more tennis, and in October 2010, my doubles partner and I won the gold medal for our age group (65-69) at the Huntsman Senior World games in St. George, UT. Hey, Kuz, how about another match! I’m also a P.E.O. member, avid quilter, active gardener, and bridge player and have served our church in several leadership positions. Since retirement, Jerry and I are playing more golf together. The wives joined the men at a Palm Springs area condo for the annual golf week this year, and we visited Pam Peters Praulins’ beautiful home.

Geiger, Don

202 Alcott Drive

Neenah, WI 54956


Genett, Sharon (Radmaker)

P.O. Box 133, 309 Third Street

Ivesdale, IL 61851-0133


Gerrits, David

W1049 Van Alstine Road

White Lake, WI 54491-9509
Getschow, Rick (Cammy)

984 Bridgewood Drive

Neenah, WI 54956


After graduating from the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh I spent my working years as a paper salesman for Leslie Paper Company. They were later bought out by International Paper. I was fortunate to spend my working years based in Neenah. Since retirement in 1997, I have enjoyed playing golf, hunting and fishing. My wife of 46 years, Cammy and I have three children; Katie, a business analyst in Bartlett, IL, has one son. Our son Rick is City Manager of Eden Prairie, MN and has three daughters, and our son, Tim, is in the paper business in Milwaukee, WI and has one daughter. Cammy and I enjoy spending some time in the winter months near Charleston, SC. And after this winter in Wisconsin, we are planning on spending more time there!!
Gibson, Tom (Donna)

131 Jenna Drive, Apt. 104

Verona, WI 53593


Goetz, George

1033 Honeysuckle Lane

Neenah, WI 54956


Gollnow, Lynne (Severson) Jim

2012 Michigan Drive

Northfield, MN 55057


After graduating from college in 1965 with a biology major, John Severson and I were married and we drove to San Francisco where John went to seminary for three years and I taught school. We really missed the weather (4 seasons) in the Midwest so we moved to Duluth, Minnesota, where John took a job as Associate Minister at Lakeside Presbyterian Church. Our two boys were born in Duluth; Peter in 1969 and Eric in 1971. In 1974, we moved to South St. Paul where John was the Associate Minister at First Presbyterian Church. I also was on staff at the church as a part time Director of Christian Education.

John accepted the position as Head of Staff at Covenant Presbyterian Church and in 1981 our family moved to West Des Moines, Iowa. We lived across the street from Valley High School so I decided to sign up as a substitute teacher in the science department. In spite of what you may have heard about substitute teaching, this turned out to be a great experience for me! I also worked half time at the church as the Resource and Training Specialist. Our family suffered a devastating loss in March 1996 when our oldest son, Peter Andrew, died suddenly in his sleep of a heart virus. With the love and support of our family and friends, and the grace of God, we were able to move forward after this tragedy. John and I decided that life is indeed precious and short, and we made plans to retire early in 2001. We built a home in Northfield, Minnesota, about 45 miles from our son, Eric, who teaches English and Theatre at St. Paul Academy. We are enjoying our retirement and have done quite a bit of traveling outside of the U.S. We look forward to a trip to the Antarctic this fall. We also enjoy vacationing up along the north shore of Lake Superior; hiking, searching for waterfalls, snow shoeing in the winter. Presently, I volunteer in the community serving on several boards. One of the most rewarding experiences is serving on WINGS (Women in Northfield Giving Support) - a unique philanthropic organization providing grants and support to women and children in the Northfield school district. I chair the adult education committee and the arts committee at our church, and organize the Wednesday evening dinner and activities. I enjoy knitting, walking, reading, and baking!

Graebner, Robert 'Robin' (Linda)

209 Saratoga Circle

Madison, WI 53705-2430


I graduated from UW-Madison in 1965. In 1968, MD of UW- Madison, I did my internship at University of Oregon – Portland. From 1969-1971, I was a neurology resident at UW-Madison. From 1971-1973, I was in the U.S. Army stationed at Fort Gordon, Georgia. Then back into medicine from 1973-1974 as Special Fellow in Medicine – U of Seattle, Washington. Moved back to Madison, WI in 1974 where I was a Neurologist until 2007. I am currently a semi-retired Consultant. I have been married for 45 years! We have two daughters, two grandsons and one granddaughter. I enjoy music, skiing, sailing on the Great Lakes, fly fishing and the visual arts.
Gravitis, John (Inta)

11530 49th Avenue North

Plymouth, MN 55442-2268


After graduating from Neenah High School, I attend the UW in Madison and earned a degree in economics. Immediately after graduation I got an invitation to join the U.S. Army; they would not take no for an answer. After attending Infantry Training and Officer Candidate School, I spent my active duty time in Germany. In 1969 I got out of the military and got a job working for U. S. Steel in the Chicago Area. During a trip to Minneapolis, I met Inta Stolcers1971. I moved to the Minneapolis area and have been here ever since. For the last 25 years I worked for United Defense, later bought out by BAE (British Aerospace Equipment). The plant made naval guns and various missile launching systems for the U. S. Navy. I worked in production control and supply chain management on various programs and at various levels. During this time, our two bundles of joy were born - a son, Paul, and a daughter, Vizma. Both are now in their early thirties, married and living in the Minneapolis area. Our five year old grandson keeps us entertained and busy. While working and raising kids, I was also in the Army Reserve and made two to three week training trips to Germany and Korea. I retired from the Reserves in 1995 as a Lieutenant Colonel. In 2005 I retired and joined the AARP crowd. Inta is still doing some substitute teaching in our school district. We do some traveling, but pretty much home bodies now. I have an old farm outside of Tomah, WI that keeps me pretty occupied spring, summer and fall. I plan on keeping the farm until the drive gets too long or when I need a Hoveround power chair. Each day I tell my wife, "Life is good".

Grimes, Leo

2054 Irish Road

Neenah, WI 54956


Grupe, Sue (Clapper) Jim

1573 Cowling Bay Road

Neenah, WI 54956



Gullickson, Rick

815 Second Street

Menasha, WI 54952


Hanaman, Lynn (Johnson ) Larry

11 King Arthur Court

Saratoga Springs, NY 12866-6122


After graduating from NHS, I became a nurse (LPN) and worked in the pediatrics department at Theda Clark until marrying Larry....it was either that or charge him with “stalking”. We spent several years in South Bend, IN while Larry finished his senior year and then graduate school at Norte Dame. We had three children while in South Bend; Eric, Dana and Deke. In 1968, we moved to Rock Island, IL where Larry worked as a civilian for the army R&D Weapons Center. Our fourth and final child, Keirsa was born and I took up competitive racquetball playing in several Pro-Ams. In 1976, we moved to the PA/MD border where Larry accepted a position with the Ballistics Research Laboratory. I became a racquetball instructor and program director at a local racquet center. I also taught swimming in the summer. In 1986, we were on the move again to Saratoga Springs, NY where Larry became the director of Benet Laboratories in Albany. I acquired a real estate license, which I never used, but became a teacher's assistant working with challenged children........which I loved. In '95 we moved back to the MD area (Havre de Grace) when Larry became a director at the Army Research Laboratory......to which I agreed, contingent on us returning to Saratoga Springs upon retirement. When Larry retired in 2000, we moved back to Saratoga Springs allowing Larry time to solve problems that needn't be ….and me to solve those that do. We both have become avid tennis players. I play for a local USTA team and crush Larry whenever I can! (He might have a different take on the latter........don't believe him). Our kids are scattered and live in all directions; Eric in Australia, Dana in Louisiana, Deke in CA and Keirsa in NY.

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