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•   Andrew Hammond  9/30
•   James Erbe  9/30
•   Neil Schneider  9/30
•   Edward Torchy Smith  9/29
•   Julie Hendricks (Gerhardt)  9/28
•   (Karen) Kristina Nygaard  9/24
•   James Winer  9/24
•   Joseph Frolkis  9/23
•   Robert Fertel  9/22
•   Leslie Kelvin  9/17
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2 live in Alabama
1 lives in Alaska
13 live in Arizona
31 live in California
6 live in Colorado
2 live in Connecticut
3 live in District Of Columbia
32 live in Florida
7 live in Georgia
13 live in Illinois
3 live in Indiana
1 lives in Kansas
1 lives in Kentucky
1 lives in Louisiana
2 live in Maine
5 live in Maryland
15 live in Massachusetts
7 live in Michigan
2 live in Minnesota
2 live in Missouri
1 lives in Montana
1 lives in New Jersey
1 lives in New Mexico
13 live in New York
6 live in North Carolina
120 live in Ohio
8 live in Oregon
11 live in Pennsylvania
1 lives in Rhode Island
2 live in South Carolina
1 lives in Tennessee
9 live in Texas
2 live in Vermont
8 live in Virginia
3 live in Washington
3 live in Wisconsin
1 lives in Cayman Islands
1 lives in France
1 lives in Germany
186 location unknown
58 are deceased


•   Curtis Ayres  10/7
•   Darcy Gold (Desatnik)  10/8
•   James Erbe  10/9
•   Alona Saltzberg (Solomon)  10/10
•   Sande Gerth (Chernett)  10/13
•   Marc Nathanson  10/13
•   Susan Palmer (Peiper)  10/13
•   Carol Friedman (Bargar)  10/14
•   Nancy Ludwig  10/16
•   Sally Reese (Rutman)  10/18
•   Carol Paull  10/19
•   Howard Falcon  10/20
•   Dian Howe  10/21
•   Carol Salus  10/21
•   Jacqueline Dudek (Woods)  10/22
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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 63.1%

A:   347   Joined
B:   203   Not Joined

Shaker Heights High School
Class Of 1965

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


Everyone is welcome!
Please join us for my solo art show at The Jewish Community Center of Schenectady, New York.
When: October 1- November 25, 2014
Where: The JCC of Schenectady, New York
2565 Ballltown Road
Niskayuna, New York 12309
The Farber/Mines Lounge gallery
Phone (518) 377-8803

Artist Reception: October 23 from 6:00p-7:30p
Hosts: Dr, Carl Englebardt and Mrs. ]Katherine Englebardt

See you there!

Mimi Becker

Hi, everyone,
I'll be doing a reading of my novel NAKED at the Beachwood Library, by Skype. October 1, 7 p.m.

Hope you can come!

The novel has been described as a cross between The Time Traveler's Wife and Midnight in Paris. It takes place at the Stanford Rodin Sculpture Garden.

Betsy Verne Franco

Greetings again,

I have added a new section to our web site. Most of you will get a kick out of this area. I also need your help. Go to the left side and click on CLASSMATE PROFILES. Then at the top left column click on the first name called CLASSROOM PICTURES. Wait until that page loads and then scroll down. You will see various elementary classes with fellow classmates and some who moved away. With all the years of moving I am sure many of you have lost these pictures. It may be difficult identifying who is who but trust me these pictures will jump start memories from your past. In fact, these memories may stand out better than the memories you had about the last year's fishing trip, or your daughter's wedding, or that Vegas trip with the guys. If nothing else you may see the resemblance of you and your kids and even your grandchildren. Blow the pictures up to see them more clearly. I am sure your family will also get a kick out of them. Now for the “help part” for all this. If you have any classroom pictures saved PLEASE SEND THEM. You can scan them and send to . I will then post them. If you need help scanning them ask one of your kids or call me and I will try to walk you through it. Remember your kids will never keep these pictures after you are gone. Did you keep your parents' classroom pictures? They will eventually be discarded and just those that were scanned and their image sent “in the cloud” will be floating in cyberspace. Here is the opportunity to save them from being permanently destroyed. This web site will be the only place these precious pictures from our childhood will be held in perpetuity. Our class web site is not over after the reunion. Right now I have only 10 pictures posted which is only a fraction of the ones taken from all our elementary years. We really need representation from all the grade schools with participation from those pack rats who saved their pictures. Thanks.

Edward Torchy Smith