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Judy Hoover (Sauers)
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June 22, 1944 Certified Financial Planner (retired) Married 2
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Andrea (Andy) Gamble (Smith)
January 15, 1945 Retired Married
I am so glad that God has given me the opportunity to be a member of the Mt. Lebanon Class of 62.  I will always remember the good times and many friends.   
 Andy Gamble Smith




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Ed Stahl
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February 22, 1944 Marketing Guru Married 2
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Rick Toucey
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April 22, 1943 Retired Airline Captain...Southern, Repubic, NWA n now Deltac Single 2
So glad to part of the greatest class of all time. We are held together by our one of kind Reunion Committee and of course our special webmaster, George Watt.
I could not find a "then" photo, so I submit Babs at a Florida luncheon about six years ago with Dick Larry taking the picture.
The "now" picture is with my daughter Shannon celebrating her birthday in Charleston, SC this June.
See you all this September.  Rick

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Art Tripp
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September 10, 1944 Chiropractor www.traditionalchiropractic.com Married 1
I'm happy to have found this site!  A big thanks to Andy Gamble, Fred Sargent, and all the others who put in their personal time to keep everything copacetic.

It's funny how we imagine each other as just the way we were 50 years ago, but when we see "now" pictures we realize that we've sure aged!  I bet there are not many of us who wouldn't like to go back and do it all over again...

The "Then" photo is of Debbie Hartsough and me taken in 1962.  I had been in a play with her: "Joan of Lorraine", in which she starred, and I was smitten.

I was shocked and saddened to hear of the passing of some of our number, like Tony Ferry, Bill Beck, Barb Ullman, and the incomparable Jane Flemm-- to name just a few.  But I'm delighted to read about my old friends Babs Seamans, Fred Sargent, Reed Agnew, and many others who are still pluggin' away!

If anyone is bored enough that they'd like to read more about my career (s), there is a Wikipedia page for me under "Art Tripp".

Happy 50th anniversary to all of us!

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Lin Stewart (Wilson)
July 27, 1944 Retired Married 2
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