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forty65, vol. i, no. 23 - 23 october 2005 www.TJclassof1965.com
important reunion info
When you originally registered, we did not ask which of the
Friday and Saturday events you would attend. There’s the Friday
evening” meet and greet” reception at the Sheraton, the Saturday
lunch at TJ, and the Saturday evening gala at the Westwood Club. If you
would now let us know which of those three events you plan to attend,
that would be a huge help. Please send that info to rsvp@TJclassof1965.com.
Vegetarian options are provided for Saturday evening’s
buffet. If you need a vegetarian lunch on Saturday, please indicate
It would also help if you checked the website
(www.TJclassof1965.com). If you have registered but don’t see you name
on the list of those planning to attend, please email reunion@TJclassof1965.com
And if you haven’t been to
greetings & reflections
Nancy Leed Clary (Glen Allen): So many experiences shape us and now I take time to reflect on mine and know that TJ was part of that
shaping at a critical time when we
were all at a crossroads, wondering which one we should take. I found
mine in medicine and have never regretted it. I look forward to seeing
everyone and how much we have or have not changed with age and wisdom.
Craig Kessler (
Linda Riddell Overton
Phillips (TN): Wish I could be there to go back 40 years in time.
Would love to see so many people I haven't seen since I left
Chris Armstrong (NYC): Unfortunately,
Suzanne and I will not be able to make the TJ 40th reunion –
business just doesn't permit. We had very much wished to
attend and to support - TD Waterhouse took an ad in the publication and
we made a donation. Too bad we don't get to see the big show! All the
best, and have a great party.
Karen Quisenberry Ryerson Phillips (Sandston): As I
read the names of those attending, I went right back to those times when
we didn’t have a care in the world. I remember sock hops at Marvine
Mae’s, the Broadway Drive-in, Bill’s Barbecue, and the Clover Room.
I want to say a special hello to Beverly Glaspie, Marvine Mae, Sandra
Scordo, and Dale Birdsong. And, of course, to Billy Bayliss, Bruce
Roberts, and Ann Manning. I have missed my fellow graduates and am sorry
I won’t be there this coming weekend. There is a certain love I have
for all of you and I wish you the best life has to offer.