Monday, November 10, 2014

Selfies Are SO Funny!

Hey!  What's so funny?  Diane Broccoletti Leonard (left), Carol Mingione Greene (center) and Robin Roselle Oratio take the time to snap a selfie (above) and then crack up (below).


While the NPHS Reunion was an ongoing hub of chatter and nonstop mingling, many people took time to seek out an old friend and engage in a quieter conversation.   Here are just a few examples:
Girls Named Sue (sort of):  Susan Krisburg (left) and Suzanne Dumont Millan
Gary Garwacke and Linda Allen Dickert
Gary Garwacke (again!) and Beverly Gaston Kochard
Suzanne Dumont Millan (again!) and Emily Polskin Zylber (right)
Stony Brook alumni Paul Auerbach (left) and John Cregar.
Marilyn Gross Stillman (left) and Nancy Eddy Hanna

Friday, November 7, 2014

Dance Fever

The dancing never stopped at the NPHS Reunion on October 18, 2014.  If the DJ didn't leave at midnight -- who knows? -- maybe everyone would still be dancing today.  Check out the action.
Greg and Janice Hansen Lake take a moment from dancing to pose for the camera
Greg and Janice Hansen Lake slow things down along with other classmates including Wendy Perslin (left) and Marilyn Gross Stillman (right).   They might have been dancing to a song from The Righteous Brothers.  
Howard Polskin and Kathy Miller Senna share a chuckle with Emily Polskin Zylber.
Dancing cheek to cheek: Bob Kelley and  Kris Delunas (left) and Ron  and Michelle Schneider 
Women in white:  Wendy Perslin (center) kicks into high gear along with Kris Delunas (left).
Once around the horn with the Melhorns:  Carl and Carolyn do their thing.  

Hello from Dave Mills...Who Still Has a Crew Cut

Dave Mills at the 2009 NPHS reunion.
I received a touching email from Dave Mills, NPHS class of 1969, who was unable to make the reunion.  I've taken the liberty of including the note below with a few minor edits.  The note was sent to me by his wife Jay who has not only patience but a good sense of humor.  She wrote, "I am writing this for Dave Mills.  He hasn't come into the 20th century yet...."

Dear classmates:

I missed the reunion.  I thought it was in November, not October.  That's what happens when you're 64.  I was happy to see the video spent most of the time focusing on cleavage not name tags.  Looks like everyone had a good time and I'm sorry I missed it.

I live in Robbinsville (east of Princeton and Trenton).  My wife Jay typed this note.  If I typed it, it wouldn't be completed until 2015.  I miss all the gang.  Everybody looked good.  I will be sure to circle the date on the calendar for the next reunion no matter how years pass. I may be 64, but I am still in the game.

Best wishes and regards,


PS -- I still have a crew cut.