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Handler, Maury (Carolyn)

1804 McGann Road

Neenah, WI 54956

920-729-5454


I retired in 2003 from JC Penney after 36 years. My wife Carolyn and I have been married for 44 years.

We have two children and six grandchildren. I enjoy working in the yard, watching the super bowl champs Green Bay Packers. Both of us enjoy spending time with our children and grandchildren.



Hansen, Charlie (Betsy)

810 Terra Cotta Drive

Neenah, WI 54956

920-486-1698

cbhansen@frontiernet.net
I graduated from Michigan Technological University with a degree in Bachelor Science Chemical Engineering in 1965. I married classmate, Betsy Billings in 1964. We have lived in many parts of the country as I worked for Kimberly Clark in operations and managing mills. We have four children and fourteen grandchildren. We have lived in Neenah since 2007 when I retired.
Hanson, David (Linda Bochert)

1525 Sumac Drive

Madison, WI 53705-1454

608-233-9091

djhanson@michaelbest.com
I graduated with a BS UW-Madison-1965; JD UW Law school-1968; Assistant Attorney General -State of Wisconsin-1968-1971. Legal Counsel-UW-Madison-1971-1976; Deputy Attorney General, State of Wisconsin 1976-1981. Partner, Michael Best and Friedrich -1981-present. Married; Linda H. Bochert. We had two children Scott (26) and Sarah (20). Three children from prior marriage; Matt (40), Maja (38) and Brian (35). We have 6 grandchildren and the kids are scattered so we have a hard time keeping up. Linda and I are still working, but not quite as hard, as we have in the past. I take annual fishing trips to Canada and Northern Wisconsin. I have also done several recent Elk hunts. Skiing and golf take up much of my spare time. My mom lives at Evergreen in Oshkosh and son Brian is in Menasha so I get up to the valley regularly. I'm looking forward to the reunion and seeing old friends.



Hartzheim, Iva (Tummett) Tom

750 Wanda Avenue

Neenah, WI 54956

920-725-4496

ttummett@new.rr.com
Heath, Larry

3552 Hickory Ridge Drive

DePere, WI 54115

920-337-0325

lheath@netnet.net
I was a Neenah Postal Employee for 30 years and retired in 1992. I moved to DePere in 1999.  Casinos and Artwork are my major interests. I volunteered at ARCW for 10 years. I am Chief inspector on election days for Town of Rockland.
Henke, Erv

1441 Ellen Avenue

Madison, WI 53716-1540

608-221-0878



Hensen, Tom

606 Knight Avenue

Neenah, WI 54956

920-725-8861


Hole, Mary Ann (Alswager) Harold

211 West Bell Street

Neenah, WI 54956

920-725-0771



Hoover, Sue (Knaap) Dick

5403 W. Sunnyside Drive

Mequon, WI 53092-2040

262-236-3709


Hrubesky, Dick

1815 Birchwood Avenue

Appleton, WI 54914
Hruska, Ann (Kemmeter)

656 Wilson Street

Neenah, WI 54956

920-722-3590


Huppler, Marcia (Koehn)

20556 Jansen Avenue

Prior Lake, MN 55372-8877

952-447-4267

mkoehn@integra.net
We both graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Dick in Civil Engineering and me in Elementary education. We were married in the middle of our junior year. Dick continued his education at Northwestern University, receiving his MS in Structural Engineering in just one year. He spent about 10 years working for engineering consulting firms, in Detroit and Minneapolis. Our three children were born in MI: Jennifer – 1966, Lisa – 1968 and Tim – 1968. They were only 13 months apart, and those were the days of cloth diapers, so you can only imagine what I was doing! We lived in St. Louis Park, MN for seven years, in a lovely brick house. We were active in the UCC church. Choir practice was our weekly date! After completely remodeling this house (finishing the basement, redoing kitchen cabinets, rebuilding upstairs to make two bedrooms and a bathroom), Dick took a new job with Fabcon, Inc., as head of their engineering department. It was across the Minnesota River, and the bridge was low, rotated for boats, and had a railroad track down the middle. Dick decided we needed to move south of the river, so we bought land in the country just south of Prior Lake. On Halloween in 1976, we moved into a structure that was only wood-framed. We were going to (and did) finish the rest. It was the coldest winter in history. We lived a year in the basement, 3 months without hot running water. The laundry was in the kitchen, with a two-burner hot plate and toaster oven. The toilet was flushed with a hose from the well pump. Dick had designed the house: four stories with a 45-degree roof facing south for solar panels. We finished the house as our children grew. We put on a porch; we added to the back and built a third garage. Then we dug a large pond, by hand.............. I still find closets that were only undercoated, but I am working on them! I'll never move, this house carries so much of Dick and our life together. Besides building, we sang together, played bridge, gardened and camped. We made numerous trips to Neenah to visit our parents. Dick was such a talented person, amazing me with what he knew, his creative skills, and his constant kindness to others. He could whistle like a flute, including "The Flight of the Bumblebee". He loved to recite Poe's "the Raven." He could skip stones and carve birds. Life was full of surprises. Children grew, and we thoroughly enjoyed them at each age. As they needed less mothering, I went to work teaching handicapped adults for five years. Dick decided to start his own consulting firm, and did very well. I went on to start a center for preschool care and education at our

Church. Our children all left at once to attend college. In 1992, I opened my own center, Rocking Horse Ranch. We serve children 6 months to 10 years with about 20 staff, and it is still open. It has brought me much satisfaction and joy. Our children are all married and live in the area. They have produced 8 beautiful grand children, ages 5-13. They are my pride and salvation. I look forward to weekends and taking each of them on a trip, first in the USA. Last summer Erin (9) went along with me to Finland to visit our "Finnish son" and his family. Dick and I loved to travel, visiting many national parks with our children, and paddling in the Boundary Waters. As our children left, we expanded our travels to Europe, Africa, Hawaii, the Caribbean, and Mexico. In 1990, we bought a cabin on a lake in northern Minnesota, and spent many busy and fun weekends there. (First we bought a sailboat, then we needed a cabin, then we bought a motor boat, then we needed boat lifts.............) We had plans for many more trips and had been on a beautiful trip to Norway in 1999 when Dick died suddenly of a heart attack. He has left me with wonderful memories, and we all miss him very much. I retired in 2002 to be able to spend more time with the grandchildren. Since I still own RHR, including the building, I still spend 2-3 times a week there. This is good for me, as those grandkids abandoned me for school, leaving me with plenty of time. My dad still lives in Neenah, doing well at 94 in an apartment at the VNA; I visit him once a month. I continue to travel, and have visited Alaska, China, Peru, Costa Rica, Chile, and Argentina. France, Holland, Australia, New Zealand, and Fiji. I am scheduled for a trip to Turkey in the fall. I'll go nearly anywhere I haven't been..... Let me know if you need a traveling companion!!


Hutchison, Sally (Tummett) Jerry

1512 Bruce Street

Neenah, WI 54956

920-722-2052

galsal64@aol.com
Jerry and I married in a double ceremony on April 11, 1964 with classmate Iva Hartzheim & Jerry's brother Tom.  We were blessed with two children:  Scott & Kari, and five grandchildren. I retired at 55 after 28 1/2 years in banking. I started saving coupons and refunding when the kids were small. It has now becomes a standard joke when anyone sees us out “She must have a coupon".  To keep busy I knit

for some good causes, cross stitch and read. I "watch" four of the grandkids and attend some of their activities. I have worked at the election polls for about 12 years. My husband continues to make life

interesting. I went to Hawaii with Doris Radandt leaving him with my "Mother” and a cat in "heat". We're still married!! We both have been blessed with good health so far.
Hyde, Forrest (Leni Hagen)

212 Rickers Bay Road

Neenah, WI 54956

920-205-1399

forresthyde@yahoo.com
Ihde, Glen

2310 Stroebe Island Drive

Appleton, WI 54914

920-733-3531


Jacob, Don

966 Gay Drive

Neenah, WI 54956

920-725-3675



Jacobson, Sandra (Haese)

1047 Melrose Street

Neenah, WI 54956

920-722-8819


Jape, Dave

2335 Marathon Avenue

Neenah, WI 54956

920-722-2691


Johnson, Betsy (Jensen) Jim

1212 West Prospect Avenue

Appleton, WI 54914

920-364-0308

Betsy@JBJensen.net
Significant Events for me involve Family, Jobs, Health, and Heart. Family-wise: I “got” to marry my handsome tuba-playing crush from NHS, with precious results - a daughter, a son, and 5 gr’children. Also of great “significance’ was Jim’s safe return from Thailand during the VN war! Job-wise: Jim’s teaching at Menasha High changed to WEMI radio work and eventually to Appleton. There, my own job niche occurred in an analytical lab. (Originally I’d trained as an RN, ultimately useful in caregiving our dear parents.) Health-wise: I am so grateful for treatable measures for various foot and back difficulties. Heart-wise: I was in need of a drastic change. At that traumatic age of 30, I had a marvelous little family & home and yet found myself angry and discontent within! This led me to hunt for “what was REAL in this life” and I found the answer while reading Corrie ten Boom’s book “The Hiding Place.” I found that I had a REAL need to be forgiven and made new, but that only Jesus could do it! My heart did a 180 from destroying the beautiful gifts of family and friends to being restored and in a continuing process of heart change (with its “ebbs & flows”). With His loving Presence and the Truth of His Word, ALL other events have been “significantly” affected . . . AND I know He holds my future here and after death. So I come to

this 50th with a Peace I never dreamed possible, delighted to meet you “oldies,” and in hopes of getting to know some “newbies.”
Johnson, Joan (Waskiewicz) Marty

1278 Cameron Circle

Neenah, WI 54956

920-722-7305


Jones, John

3329 25th Avenue

Moline, IA 61265

309-764-5821


Julius, Joyce

1742 Plank Road

Menasha, WI 54952

920-725-2962


Karuhn, Terry (Nancy)

140 Courtney Court

Neenah, WI 54956

920-725-2334



Kay, Marty (Spencer)

2426 Orchard Beach Road

McHenry, IL 60050

jiggies@sbcglobal.net


In 1961 -62, upon graduation from NHS, I entered Carroll

College where I received a MA degree in Education for grades

K -8. After college I taught one year in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin.

Next, I married my college sweetheart, Phil Spencer, and then

moved to Lombard, IL. After 30 yrs. in the public schools, I retired

in 1994. I missed the kids so when we moved from the Western

suburbs in 1996 to McHenry, IL I decided to tutor students. This

has evolved into a tutoring center in which most of my students have

learning differences. At the same time, I teach at a private Montessori

school during the day where I am the Learning Disabilities Teacher.

So at the present time I have no intentions to retire. Phil and I were

unfortunately unable to have children, so now our family consists of

8 dogs. People think we're nuts - however we really aren't.

Kehl, Carole (Stilp) Mowry

8840 Indahl Avenue North

Mahtomedi, 55115-2108

651-426-4205

mcstilp@usfamily.net
Kehoe, Mike

6010 5th Avenue

Kenosha, WI 53143-4534

262-658-1088

wb9pzi@gmail.com
BS Political Science UWGB/UWM 1967. Then on to Marquette University Law School 1971.

EWM Police officer 1967-1971

Private Law Practice - 1971-1978

Family Court Commissioner - Kenosha County 1978-1992

Private Law Practice – 1992 - 2001

K-12 Special Education/Special needs teacher 2002-present

Foster Parent- emotionally disturbed adolescents 1994-2004

Commercial and Amateur Radio/Television has been a major avocation all of my life.

I have been very active with the Kenosha Public Museums presenting programs on Paleontology & Civil war history to schools and visiting groups.
Kettner, Joyce

1520 South Retger Street

Appleton, WI 54915-2320

920-739-6616


Worked at Geo. Banta Company for 44 1/2 years. I am retired and enjoying it. I have my own home in Appleton and a cottage in the Shawano area. Have a good class reunion!

Klesmit, Mary (Lenzen) Tom

840 5th Street

Menasha, WI 54952

920-729-1403


Knaack, Dale (Barbara)

2379 Irish Rd.

Neenah, Wi 54956
1960 joined the National Guard

1961 called to active duty, for the Berlin Crisis,

in the state of Washington

1961 married Barb Knorr - Married 50 years this year

Have 3 children - Dawn, Dave -Paula

Have 5 grandchildren- Andy -Zandi -Cami - Andrea -Ezra

Professional Truck Driver until retirement in 2006

Enjoy hunting, fishing, golfing, gambling, traveling & gardening.


Knoedler, Dick (Kathy Barnes)

2565 North Humboldt Blvd.

Milwaukee, WI 53212-3020

414-374-6180

kbarnes@wi.rr.com
After graduating from NHS, I went to UW-Oshkosh where I graduated in 1966. I then entered the U.S. Army and served as a First Lieutenant in Germany. After being discharged and working in Chicago in the investment banking business for 3 years, I returned to UW-Oshkosh to earn a Master’s Degree in the special education of learning disabled students. I taught L.D. kids at Brookfield Central High School for 20 years before switching to Social Studies for the final 10 years. I retired in 2000, married Kathy in 1989, and bought a cabin up north in 1981. I have lived in Milwaukee for the past 30 years.



Kohler, Dave

480 County Trk G

Neenah, WI 54956

920-725-3301


Kosloske, Bob (Jude Meisbauer)

N 5686 Maders Circle

Shawano, WI 54166-1336
Kozy, Pat (Arndt) Dick

1377 Baytree Lane

Neenah, WI 54956

920-725-1906

paarndt_1@yahoo.com
I married Richard Arndt on August 18, 1962. We have two children Paula- Appleton - Jeff -

Oregon, WI. I was a stay at home mom for 17 years - then worked at Theda Clark Hospital in the Pharmacy for 24 years as a pharmacy tech, then as a pharmacy buyer. I retired on January 3, 2005.

Enjoy playing cards; cribbage and sheepshead. We also like NASCAR racing. Also do gardening.

Kramarczyk, Amelia (Butzen)

N7826 Minnesota Avenue

Fond du Lac, WI 54935

butzen@hotmail.com


Kramer, Jackie (Prothroe) John

603 East Forest Avenue

Neenah, WI 54956

920-725-3088


Kramer, Judy (Koerner) Frank

1464 Home Avenue

Menasha, WI 54956

920-733-4699

jdkoerner@yahoo.com
I owned my own business for six years, and then went to work managing a restaurant. After that I was a deli manager. I am retired and have done some traveling. Frank and I have two children; a daughter and a son. We also have one 7 month old grandson. We will be married 49 years in November.
Kruse, Helen (Manser) Dick

298 Gardners Row

Appleton, WI 54915-1159

920-739-0086


Kurtz, Kathy (Wood)

18286 67th Avenue North

Chippewa Falls, WI 54729

725-720-8744


Landsverk, Shirley (Zehner) Phil

7690 Zehner Lane

Larsen, WI 54947-9642

920-836-2436

thetwozs@centurytel.net
Married my husband, Phil in 1963. I retired in 1998 and we live on the family farm. We have two children, Lynn and David. We have four wonderful grandchildren; Aliva (19), Alexis (14), Manning (3) and Lawson (1-1/2).
Langenberg, Tom (Mary)

15405 Carter Road

Overland Park, KS 66221-9681

913-851-5859

lagmot@aol.com
Lanzer, Steve

612 Three Bridge Road

Easley, SC 29642

864-295-1034

slanzer60@yahoo.com
LaSelle, Jim

526 East Irene Street

Casa Grande, AZ 85222

520-836-4704


Lauson, Jim (Mary)

2528 Bishops Lane

Neenah, WI 54956

920-722-2766


Law, Jim

860 7th Street

Menasha, WI 54952
I have four wonderful children; a daughter - Tracy, twin boys - Gary and Mark, and the youngest a

son Tom. I am very proud of all of them. Tracy has two children, Caeden & Alainee. I get to spend a lot of time with my children and grandchildren. Life is good!


Leffel, Ann (Rudolf)

652 Briarcliff Court

Santa Clara, CA 95051

408-247-6824

iannrudolf@yahoo.com
Lehl, John (Rita)

4355 West Breezewood Lane

Oshkosh, WI 54904-9409

920-836-1822


Lemke, Carl (Jennifer)

420 Witter Street

Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494-4338

715-421-4125


Graduated from UW-Madison 1965. Employed by Bendix Corporation, Teterboro, NJ 1965-1967 accounting supervisor. Employed by Consolidated Papers, Inc., Wisconsin Rapids, WI 1967-2001. Retired 2001 as Director of Real Estate and Asst. Corp Secretary. My wife Jennifer retired as V.P. & Director of Development, Riverview Health Care Foundation. We have five Children: Nicole-M.D.; Paul - LTC U S Army Ret - Senior VP Daniel Defense Products; David - pilot- American Airlines; Sarah - Senior Clinical Product Manager-United Health Group; and Joel - Director of Public Works - City of Stevens Point. We have seven grandchildren. Carl - Real Estate Consultant 2001 - Present with Carl R. Lemke Real Estate Service. Carl - Master of Corporate Real Estate Degree from National Assoc. of Corporate Real Est WI second home. Family interests, travel, Eagle River, WI second home.


Lohse, Herb

Lonsweg 25

D-37085 Gottingen, Germany
Long, Judy (Schoepel) Tom

5805 Glen Flora Drive

Greendale, WI 53129-1514

414-529-3275


MacGregor, Mike (Sue)

8 Pierce Court

Appleton, WI 54914

920-739-1862



mmacgregor@new.rr.com
After high school, I went to the UW–Madison College of Engineering, rooming the first two years in the dorms with Bill Bard.  I managed to get kicked out of the dorm the second Spring for drinking a couple of cans of beer in the room and cheering too loudly during a basketball game we were listening to.  After some big–time screwing off (with commensurate grades) I met at the Hasty-Tasty campus tavern a girl from the little farming community of Mayville.  For those that know Sue, you understand how I finally got my act together and managed to survive Madison with grade-point and self-esteem more intact than I had a right to. Armed with an engineering degree in jet propulsion I again, funny enough ended up with Bill Bard at Boeing Propulsion Research in Seattle for my first job.  Learned a lot of technical stuff in 5 years there, met many new mentors and friends, and had my eyes opened to lots of different cultures for the first time. Then Boeing crashed and burned in 1970 and me along with it. It was only serendipitous that I returned to the dull (in my mind then) Paper Industry in the Valley that my dad had been part of for his career.  At Boeing, though exciting, I was a little minnow in a very big pond but back home in the paper industry I eventually had the opportunity to become a very big fish (Carp?) in a small pond.  Here I gravitated from engineering into scientific pursuits and, along with some wonderful colleagues, for the next 35 years did research that we presented world-wide.  My company's headquarters were in southern Germany and I got to travel all over Europe and parts of Asia countless times and make a big network there. The highlight of my career was being invited on two separate occasions to Sweden for a total of 5 years to fill a newly created Visiting Research Professor Chair at the Royal Institute of Technology (their version of MIT).  Besides the wonderful research opportunities and chance to advise PhD doctorands, this position afforded me on several occasions to dine with the King and Queen–something in my wildest dreams back on Congress Street I never would have imagined.  Things happened to me in the small but important Sweden that never could have here at home. Fully retiring a few years ago, these days I have breakfast every Tuesday morning with NHS and MHS high school buddies where I learn about Walleye limits and dressing deer, as well as attend with Dale, Leo, Butch, and Richard most every Wednesday night a Bee Hive Board meeting to ponder many important issues.  Of course, I enjoy my two sons' families with 5 grand-children in Austin, TX and St. Paul, MN.  Lots of cycling and golf in the summer and, in between, 3 months in Mexico.  What could be better? I will remain ever grateful for all the wonderful opportunities I've had and the near absence of bad times–I try every day to appreciate how fortunate I am. I'm looking forward to seeing everybody at the 50th! Thankfully, this is brief!!

Madsen, Sharon (Lesner) Marvin

1610 Gladys Lane

Tavares, FL 32778

352-343-3880

sunrodreel@aol.com
Sorry I can't be with everyone to celebrate our 50th reunion, the timing just didn't work out. After graduation I attended Carthage College in Kenosha. I spent two years at Carthage and it was here that I met my future husband Marv. We both left to go to different schools not knowing we would meet 7 years later in Chicago where we got married in April, 1970. In 1971 we moved from the Chicago area to Florida and settled in Clearwater. My husband loved fishing and this passion turned into a business for him. He opened a bait & tackle store. Marv worked in the store and did the reel repairs. I did the rod repairs and built custom rods. I also worked full time as an accounting clerk for several companies over the next 18 years. In 1989 we moved to Tavares, FL which is about 35 miles NW of Orlando. Marv opened a new store this time concentrating on rod and reel repairs and selling reel parts throughout the US. I also continued to work as an accounting clerk for a citrus packing co-op for 15 years. I'm a breast cancer survivor of 16 years which I'm extremely thankful for. We also survived the 2004-2005 hurricanes which battered Florida. We had very little damage. Unfortunately, I lost Marv in 2006, this shook my world to its' very core not only was Marv my husband but my very best friend. We were always there for each other in the good times and bad. I still live in Tavares with my adopted greyhound Red. I work for Habitat for Humanity Lake-Sumter Counties. I'm the assistant to the Business Manager. I enjoy my work as it keeps me active and it feels wonderful to be working to help people find safe and affordable homes.
Hope you all have a wonderful time at the reunion.


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