Classmates
To take advantage of this website you must create your classmate profile on this page. Click on the “Sign Up” button to get started.

NOTE: Once you have added your details, it may take up to 24 hours for the web organizer to authenticate your profile and send you your login info, so please be patient and do not create a second profile.

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Sign Up:
Click the “Sign Up" button to create your classmate profile and become a member of the site. While signing up, you may create a classmate profile, into which you may upload a recent photo of yourself and/or family add a "website comment" to your classmates, etc. You may also post a "Then" picture from your yearbook, add your personal information (which will not be shared), opt to allow your classmates to email you through this website, adjust all your other profile settings, add your social networking information, and so on. It is important to add as much info as possible so that the reunion organizer can keep you apprised of reunion activity and contact you if there are any changes in plans for upcoming events.

Make Purchases:
If tickets and merchandise are available at the time of sign up, you will be offered the opportunity to make purchases. You may do so, or you may just proceed and come back to make purchases later, if you wish to.

Wait For Approval
Once the website organizer has approved your updates, you will be sent a username and password to log in. In the meantime, feel free to browse around the site, purchase reunion tickets and merchandise, and participate in other available website activities.

NOTE: Once you have added your details, it may take up to 24 hours for the web organizer to authenticate your profile and send you your login info, so please be patient and do not create a second profile.

Return to the Site
After your initial visit, you may return to the website and use the "Login" button to enter your login information to login and then participate in other website activities, as well as to edit your profile and change your profile settings and preferences. If you have already been sent your login info and have lost it, you may use the link to have your login info sent to you. (Once you are logged in, you will see a “My Profile” button, as well as a “News Feed” button. Use the “My Profile” button to view and make changes to your profile. Use the “News Feed” button to keep up on the latest website activity.)

Update Your Profile:
Use the “Login” button to log in. Click the "My Profile" button. Then click the "Edit My Profile" button to edit your profile and change your settings and preferences.

When you are not logged in - find your profile on the classmates page, click on "View profile" and click on the link at the bottom your profile that says “If this is your profile, you can amend it.”

Missing Classmates
Use the “Missing Classmates” button to offer any information you might have on classmates that your reunion committee has not been able to locate.

Where are they now?
Use this link to see where your fellow alumni are living these days.


Look at the Photos!!!  What fun to see how we have all changed. I am so happy to see so many of you posting photos to share with us. I read every profile and I hope to remember something about each and every one of you.  It is a real "ice breaker" to reintroduce yourselves. Keep posting!  If you have any trouble posting a photo just send me a note and I can help you or just send me an email with your photo. vickie.martin@wssllc.com

This is a great page to post your "then" and "now" photos.  This will certainly help us recognize each other since we have changed a bit over 50 years! 

If you are adding a link to your Facebook page, you must copy and paste the url from your Facebook page and put it on your profile where it says Facebook.  Otherwise, it won't work. 

It's also fun to take a look at "where are they now" button. Make sure you allow pop-ups on your screen.

Note:  If you do not want anyone contacting you through email, please go to "edit profile" and uncheck the box.  

 

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View profile »Claudia (Dia) (Pott) Sherman
Washington, DC
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Looking forward to our 50th and hope we have a very good turn out. I am retired from a great career (mostly as a lawyer) and live in Washington DC with my husband, Peter. I have many interests but my most cherished activity is as a Board member for the D… more »
View profile »Betty (Poulos) Hanoian
Ypsilanti, MI
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I can't believe it's almost 50 years since we graduated and went out into the real world. Many names sound so familiar. Looking forward to meeting up with former classmates at the reunion
 
View profile »Diane (Quicksey) Koram
Wexford, PA
 
Ann Arbor, MI
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I started out working in Law Enforcement and after 11 years joined Dominos Pizza. I still live in Ann Arbor and retired as the National Director of Safety and Security for Domino's Pizza after 28 years. I have been married for 44 years to my lovely wife De… more »
 
Ann Arbor, MI
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Great job on the web site Vickie Martin! Looking forward to attending the reunion. Did I read this will be the last one? I know it is a lot of work but thanks to all for their efforts.
 
Ann Arbor, MI
 
 
Ann Arbor, MI
 
Dexter, MI
 
 
Ann Arbor, MI
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After Ann Arbor Pioneer High, I joined the United States Marine Corps in November of 1968: best decision I ever made. After boot camp and infantry training, I spent 9 months getting Military Electronics Training (no rifle toting/crawl thru rice pads for me… more »
View profile »Linda (Robinson) Himpelmann
Pfaffenhofen
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I've been living in Germany for 33 years. Widowed the past 7, have 2 children and 3 grandchildren and one on the way here so I'll stay. I winter in Vero Beach, Florida, love to travel and am thankful that I am still healthy. Looking forward to see all and … more »
Williamston, MI
View profile »Suzanne (Rowan) Pace
Dexter, MI
 
Saginaw, MI
 
 
Bloomfield, NJ
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Now on the East Coast when not traveling, and is still doing Magic.

Peter Samelson combines twin passions - magic and theater – creating a unique place in Magic. This "soft-spoken conceptualist of sorcery" (New York Times) created three off-Broa… more »
Saline, MI
Groton, MA
 
View profile »Norie (Margaret) Sato
Seattle, WA
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To view my work, visit my website: www.noriesato.com or click on Linkedin to see my work.

I have been active as an artist making artwork for public places for 30+ years, and you can check out the results on my web page. I continue to work, with Ralph … more »
 
Ann Arbor, MI
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Never left A2. Been in the car business 46 years this May. I am looking forward to seeing everyone in June.
 
View profile »Barbara Schieb-Gibbons
Rindge, NH
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I've lived in New England since I left Ann Arbor in 1973. I spent the first 24 years in Massachusetts before moving to southern New Hampshire in 1997. I've been married twice and have one son from my first marriage. I've been with my second husband for … more »
NY, NY
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New York has been my home for 40 years but you can never take Michigan out of a Michigander. I am an art dealer of French paintings and an intrepid world traveller but Ann Arbor lives in my heart and I very much look forward to the reunion.
 
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