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•   Marguerite Comella (Tench)  8/7
•   Joan Brill (Mead)  8/6
•   David Brown  8/1
•   Edward Muszynski  7/29
•   Andrew Hibshman  7/18
•   Jon Day  7/10
•   Peggy Roth (Kociubes)  6/22
•   Stephanie Smith  5/14
•   Adrienne Glazer (Sheridan)  3/20
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69 location unknown
73 are deceased


•   Susan (Gwyn) Gilliss  8/22
•   Jacalyn Schloss (Stevenson)  8/23
•   Babette Levine (Haddad)  8/26
•   Myra Singer (Neviaser)  8/26
•   Marsha Krenitz (Spitz)  8/27
•   Metta Lansdale  8/28
•   Molly Campbell (Hudson)  8/29
•   Victoria Black (Lomax)  8/30
•   Rocco Deluca  8/30
•   Peter Snedecor  8/30
•   Arthur S. Armstrong  8/31
•   Sallie Reider  9/2
•   Paige Hoebel/Fields (Hoebel)  9/3
•   Joan Shafran  9/3
•   Deborah Smith (Dowdell)  9/4
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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 72.0%

A:   388   Joined
B:   151   Not Joined

Shaker Heights High School
Class Of 1965

Welcome to the Shaker Heights High Class Of 1965 web site.


Sad news for all of us who treasured our friendship with Terry Schnell. Terry left us a few days ago, dying peacefully in his sleep according to his brother. I don't know all the details, I only know the world is a less warm and far less funny place without Terry in it. My own friendship with him dates back to 1962, and I know many of you were friends of his at Byron and Malvern before that. I keep writing "friend" - I imagine that's because Terry was the most loyal friend anyone could imagine. We kept in touch through email, phone calls, and occasionally in person (I saw him just this past spring) and we always talked about our friends from Shaker. I believe he attended all the reunions, and a lot of you reconnected with him there. I don't have any words of wisdom, I just know I'll miss him greatly, as many of you will. If there is a next world, I bet Alan Axelrod will be there to greet him. Please don't shoot the messenger on this - but knowing Terry he would say it's okay to rough me up a little.