This is the most fantastic panoramic collection of Chicago views I have ever seen. Sent to us by Chuck Scharf. You can zoom around like you are in a helicopter. Please click on CHICAGO
A fantastic site that tells the story of Niles township high school and Niles center from Sandi Schoene Metzinger. Click on: NTHS 
Here is a fun dance group. Click on JITTERBUG

Bob Selby
Mitch Melamed
Ken Norgan
Stuart Goodman
Lynn Ravine Chestler
Dale Green Kane
Inez Tivin
Keith Anderson
Marsha Silverman Serlin
Joy Leon Gorodess
Howard Moldofsky
Marti Council Corcoran
Denny Crosby
Heloise Corman Nathan
Micki Brost
Bob Deck
Carol Whisler Morris
​Leslie Lerner Gallay
Pat Rice Foss
Jim Copeland
Steve Bookshester
Marcia Siegel Greenberg
Bill Fisher
Pam Schemke
Bud Morten
Dick Peterson
Donna Wold Smith
Dave Recher
Ginny Thomas Schubert
Rev. Dick Selby
Jim Puccinelli
Pam Engstrom Harper
Zelda Rest Goodman
Deborah Van McConnell
Iris Daglas
Judy Viere Weisenberg
Louise Christensen Jacobson
Earl Pollack
Susan Slotten Palmer
Ira Berger
Jeanne Ferdman Strauss
Carole Senger Pakulski
Yvonne Belue Manahan
Mary Ellen Des Enfants Gavin
Tod Wise
Steve Schada
Eileen Nechtman Sonenthal
Steve Elkins
Jim Nardi
Marshall Claassen
Carol Woods Houston
Karen Stryker Boyesen
Marilyn Lees Reinish
Lloyd Kuehn
Diane Zahn Boran
Ron Ficks
Marilyn Wegl 
Nancy Eaman Galyean

Now that the committee has formed we have come up with several ideas as to the venue. I will list them for you to read and respond. 
Lincolnshire Marriott
Ravinia Green Country Club 
Geneva National-Lake Geneva, WI
Doubletree Hilton-Skokie

What we need to know now is your interest in a 60th reunion. Please let me know helping us to get a feel on size of venue. Contact Keith Anderson at
Dan Hills (Add 10 years)
This is the list of classmates showing interest in attending the 60th Reunion August 7, 2021 (to have your name added please email (
Judy Kadish Simon
Steve Wray
Rochelle Freeman-Zuninga
Susan Seedorf Strong
Sharon Brei Chapman
Sandi Schoene Metzinger
Chuck Scharf
Jan Williams Eddleman
Paul Herrmann
Diane Reichert Hansen
Val Iversen Wiker

Lincoln School to be demolished and replaced with a new facility. Go to for more information.

TUSCALOOSA - On Tuesday, March 26, 2019, Dr. Howard S. Brown, loving husband and father of four children passed away at 74.
Howard was born on June 16, 1944 in Chicago, Ill. to Arnold and Berdye Brown. He received his medical degree from the University of Illinois College of Medicine in 1970 and then served honorably as a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Navy after the Vietnam War. Upon return to civilian life, he practiced Gastroenterology in San Diego, where he also served as Chief of Medicine at Pomerado Hospital and on the Board of Directors of the Palomar and Pomerado Health System. On October 6, 1990 he married Diane Brown, and in 1996 moved his practice initially to Arkansas and then ultimately to Tuscaloosa, Ala. in 2002.
Howard was adored by all his patients and the many people whose lives he touched. His true passion in life was medicine, but he loved traveling and was especially proud to have earned his pilot's license. He was an avid history buff, a music lover, and the number one fan of the San Diego Chargers and the Alabama Crimson Tide. He was known for his quick wit, keen intellect, and a kind and compassionate spirit.