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Classmate Obituaries

In Memoriam

Alice May Erd '45


Alice May Erd, 97 years of age, passed peacefully away in the early morning of January 21, 2023. Alice was a lifelong resident of Warren County, living most of her life in Johnsonburg, NJ. Born September 24, 1925, to Jacob and Helen (nee Stang) Quick she was the 2nd of 14 children. Alice was always an active member of the First United Methodist Church of Johnsonburg where she volunteered much of her time running rummage sales, ham dinners, and funnel cake stands. In addition to her activities with her church, Alice belonged to a bowling league and was a diehard Yankees fan. In her spare time, she enjoyed crocheting afghans, gardening, and preserving the produce her gardens yielded. Alice enjoyed reading and was an avid card player. While she could be considered a collector of many things, she had a particular fondness for cardinals and bells.


Alice is survived by her daughter, Dorothy Nurge, husband John, son James Erd, and daughter Shirley Harmon and her husband Bill Hoban. In addition, she was blessed with 8 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. She is also survived by her brothers Ralph, Bill, Dave, and Jim Quick, and her sisters, Jean Crane, Grace Kreps, and Mary Lou Snyder. Alice is also survived by her beloved cat, Shorty. She was predeceased by her husband Charles Erd, daughter-in-law, Becky Erd, and her siblings Tom, Elmer, Charlie, Jake, and Donald Quick and Ruth Bennett.


A visitation will be held from 2-4 & 6-8PM on Tuesday January 24th at Newbaker Funeral Home, 200 Route 94, Blairstown, NJ 07825. On Wednesday January 25th, another period of visitation will be held from 10-11AM with funeral service to follow at 11AM at the First United Methodist Church of Blairstown, 10 Stillwater Road, Blairstown, NJ 07825. Interment will follow at Tranquility Cemetery, Tranquility, NJ.


In lieu of flowers, please consider donations in Alice’s name be made to the First United Methodist Church of Blairstown, PO Box 364, Blairstown NJ or Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice, 99 Sparta Avenue, Newton, NJ 07860.


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Phil Zabowski, '62
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Brenda Lenkey Maxman, '66

Brenda G. Maxman, a life-long resident of Blairstown, 74 years of age, passed away surrounded by her loving family. She was born in East Stroudsburg, PA to Frank and Adelma (Cramer) Lenkey on June 10, 1948. If you knew Brenda, you knew she was a fan of three things Elvis Presley, the New York Mets, but most of all her family. Her personal passions were gardening, particularly flowers, and she enjoyed all sorts of wildlife including birds, deer, and even squirrels. She loved going to the beach especially down in LBI. Her biggest passion in life was her grandchildren whom she adored.


She is survived by her husband of 53 years, John, two daughters, Jenna Maxman and significant other Michael Sweet, Melissa Voorhees and husband Tom, her grandchildren Jack and Alexa Tironi, Collin and Delia Voorhees and her brother Frank Lenkey.


A period of visitation will be from 2-4 and 6-8, Tuesday, December 27, 2022 at Newbaker Funeral Home, 200 Route 94, Blairstown, NJ 07825, a service will be held on Wednesday, December 28, 2022 at 11 AM. Interment immediately after at Cedar Ridge Cemetery, Route 94, Blairstown, NJ.


In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Brenda’s memory to Ronald McDonald House, Ronald McDonald House 3925 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19104, or St. Jude’s Research Hospital for Children, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105.

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Rhoda Westervelt Broekhuizen, '50  


Elizabeth Ann Shotwell, '61


Elizabeth Ann Cooke Shotwell a resident of Williamsburg, Virginia, previously from Blairstown, passed away on August 25, 2022 at her home.  She was born in New Jersey to Walter S. and Ruth (Wildrick) Cooke.  After her marriage to Lester E. Shotwell, they moved to Williamsburg, VA/ in 2015. She was a retired school nurse.  She had been a member of the United Methodist Church, Blairstown,NJ. 


She is survived by her husband Lester E. Shotwell and a stepdaughter, Leslie Shotwell a sister Adonis Dean. She was predeceased by 3 brothers W. Edward,  Robert and Donald Cooke. 


Graveside services will be held at 12:30 pm, Tuesday, September 13, 2022 at Cedar Ridge Cemetery, Route 94, Blairstown, Nj 07825. Arrangements are under the direction of Newbaker Funeral Home, 200 Route 94, Blairstown,NJ 07825.

Catherine A. Bacon, '63 age 71 years, of Raritan Township NJ, died Monday, October 10, 2016 at Hunterdon Medical Center in Raritan Township. Born March 24, 1945, in Morristown NJ, Cathy was the daughter of the late Henry and Ellen (Casey) Smith. She lived most of her life in the Johnsonburg NJ area before moving to Flemington two years ago. Cathy worked at ShopRite in Mansfield NJ for 28 years prior to her retirement. She loved spending time with her family and friends. She had a passion for spiritual counseling and a love of reading books. Cathy was a long-time member of Abundant Life Community Church in Port Murray NJ, where she attended church events regularly for many years. In addition to her parents, Cathy was predeceased by her brother, Henry Smith Jr. and her sister, Marie Loring. She is survived by her husband, Dennis A. Bacon, her son and daughter-in-law, Dennis M. Bacon and Stacy McMurray of Coxsackie NY, her daughter, Denise M. Bacon of Flemington NJ, her daughter and son-in-law, Debbie A. Fagan and Brian Condon of Flemington NJ, and her four grandchildren, Ashley, Michael, Tori, and Brandon.

Andrew Christian Foley, '61 age 79, of Monteagle, Tennessee passed away on Saturday, February 26, 2022. Andrew was born December 25, 1942. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Foley family.

Elaine Annette Hellwege Hawes, '70  69, of Elkton, passed away on Thursday, January 20th, 2022 at Sentara RMH Medical Center. Elaine was born in Quantico, on June 14, 1952, a daughter of the late Elaine Grace (Ramm) and Richard Hellwege. Elaine was united in marriage to Robert Brasier Hawes on May 18, 1974, and they enjoyed each company for 47 years. She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints in Harrisonburg. Elaine received an award for marksmanship in her early teenage years. She loved to tell jokes and laughed her way through life. Elaine began cooking at the age of eight for her parents. She greatly enjoyed purchasing, preparing, and sharing meals with others. Elaine worked as a Chef at Asbury Willows and numerous other food establishments. Elaine received a national third place award from Better Homes and Gardens magazine for her original pumpkin streusel recipe. Elaine is survived by a daughter, Janine Annette Kittle and husband, Matthew, of Oxford NJ; two step-sisters, Kathy Smallman of NC; Karen Raider of PA; a step-brother, Mark Kohlman of TN. She is also survived by grandchild, Robert Charles Kittle, and cousin, Jimmy Ramm. In addition to her parents, Elaine was preceded in death by a sister, Carol Wood; step-father, David Kohlman; cousin, Bill Ramm. A Memorial Service will be held at 7PM on Thursday, January 27, 2022 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 210 South Ave., Harrisonburg. Online condolences may be shared with the family at

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Thelma “Tilly” McPeek,'47, 91, of Andover Township, died Monday, April 26, 2021, at home surrounded by her family.

Tilly was born on May 6, 1929 in Easton, PA to the late Delmont and Elizabeth (Savacool) Tillman and was raised in Blairstown. She worked as a Clerk for A&P in Sussex for 37 years prior to her retirement in 1994. 

Tilly was an active member of the Andover United Methodist Church for many years and participated in their many fundraisers and community service events. She was an excellent cook and was known for her English Muffin Bread and soups, which she loved to share with her neighbors. Tilly also enjoyed canning jellies and jams. She was an avid reader and a die-hard NY Mets fan. 

In addition to her parents, Tilly was also predeceased by her husband, Ernest “Bill” W. McPeek, Sr.; her son, James McPeek; and her brother, Richard Tillman. She is survived by her son, Bill McPeek and wife, Janice, of Newton; her grandson, Aaron McPeek and wife, Jacqueline, of Upper Chichester, PA; her granddaughter, Katie McPeek and partner, Miles Austin, of Byram Township; her great-granddaughter, Noelle McPeek, and a great-grandchild due in November. She is also survived by her sister, Joyce Race of Blairstown; and many nieces and nephews on both the McPeek and Tillman sides of the family.

Memorial donations may be made to the charity of your choice in Tilly’s name.

Visitation will be held from 4 to 7 pm with a Funeral Service at 7 pm on Tuesday, May 4, 2021, at the Smith-McCracken Funeral Home, Newton. Online condolences may be offered at

Kenneth R. Tims, '64, 66, passed away at his home on Monday, Sept. 28, 2009, after fighting a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his loving family. 

Kenny was born on Oct. 22, 1942, in Newton to the late Lewis and Edna (Dickerson) Tims. He was raised in Johnsonburg and moved to Blairstown in 1970. He had been married to Cindy Decker since April 29, 1995. They moved to New Albany, Bradford County, Pa., in November of 1997. 

In addition to his wife, he is survived by his children, Steve and Christina Tims of Effort, Pa., Wendy Gee of Gloucester City and Alan and Margaret Tims, of Kunkletown, Pa.; a stepson, Richard, and Denise Clark of Franklin; seven grandchildren; and many special friends.

A memorial service for Kenny will be held on Saturday at 11 a.m. at the family home, RR 2 Box 237A, New Albany, Pa., with Rev. James Donahoo officiating.

Memories and condolences for Kenny's family can be sent to Cindy Tims, RR 2 Box 237A, New Albany, PA 18833.


Published by The New Jersey Herald on Oct. 5, 2009.

Smith, Ann Noordenbos '57
September 8, 1939 - April 29, 2022 

Ann Noordenbos Smith was born September 8, 1939 In Newark, New Jersey to Andrew and Clara Noordenbos who had emigrated from the Netherlands. She was preceded in death by her brother John Andrew and her parents. She is survived by her sister Theresa "Terry" Tannert of Austin, Texas. Other survivors include her former husband, Jack Smith, as well as Alex, Dan, Lori, Honey and numerous close and long-term friends. 
Ann grew up in New Jersey and got her early nursing education there to be licensed as a Registered Nurse before moving to Colorado. At the University of Colorado, she earned a BS in 1964, Master's Degree in 1965 and PhD in 1988. Ann was one of the first Nurse Practitioners to be trained in the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner program created at the University of Colorado in 1966. She went on to become Director of the Continuing Education Program at the CU School of Nursing. Ann died at home on April 29, 2022. She had a gentle, caring soul and will be missed by her many friends and students.


Published by Denver Post from May 15 to May 17, 2022.

Allen G. Zanetti, USN (Ret.) '53

Captain Allen G. Zanetti, USN (Ret.), 83, passed away peacefully on September 17, 2019 in Virginia Beach, VA. Fittingly, his wife of 61 years, Janet Jones Zanetti, was by his side.

Allen was preceded in death by his parents, Joseph Zanetti and Rose Wagner Zanetti, and by his brother, Lawrence J. Zanetti, and sister-in-law, Jean C. Zanetti.

Born in Clifton, NJ, Allen grew up on the family farm near Blairstown, NJ. He met Janet, the love of his life, in the fifth grade. After graduating from high school, Allen was awarded a soccer scholarship to attend Muhlenberg College where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree. 

After graduation from Muhlenberg, Allen married Janet and he was commissioned as an Officer in the United States Navy. He served as an Officer with distinction for 23 years. His many tours of duty included serving aboard the USS Terrell County, the USS DeLong and the USS San Diego (AFS-6). During his time in the Navy, he also graduated from the Naval War College, the Industrial College of the Armed Forces and the Harvard Business School, where he earned a Master of Business Administration. Upon his retirement from the Navy, Allen worked in the shipbuilding and defense industries.

Allen was a longstanding and highly valued member of Virginia Beach Christian Church, Disciples of Christ. He tirelessly served the congregation in innumerable capacities, including as Board Chairman, Deacon and Trustee. 

Allen's favorite and frequent toast consisted of a hearty "Alla famiglia!" and he was a devoted husband, father and grandfather. Treasuring Allen's memory with deep gratitude for the gift of his life are his children, Lisa Zanetti of Hamilton, NJ; Leslie Zanetti Schorr (Thomas) of Pennington, NJ; Susan Zanetti Harrison (Richard) of Fredericksburg, VA; and Steven Zanetti (Dolores) of Virginia Beach, VA; as well as his grandchildren, Rebecca and Stephanie Kravitz; Matthew, Timothy and Kelly Schorr; William, Mitchell and Emma Harrison; and Carmen, Annamaria and Joseph Zanetti. 

A man of unquestioned integrity, extraordinary character, and an endearing sense of humor, Allen will be dearly missed by all who knew him. 


Onalee Cramer '74 (NWR)

1/10/56 - 7/26/19

Onalee Marguerite "Ma-C" Cramer was a beloved Mother and Grandmother. It's been one year since you left us. 

Christmas was our favorite holiday and on July 25th you called me into your room. I sat on the floor and played your favorite songs. You Light Up My Life, You Are My Sunshine, and Unchained Melody. The next morning you were gone. 

We miss you and love you.

Children: Ethan, Ashlee, and Evan. Grandchildren: Connor, Toby, Persephone, and Vada.

Published by Morning Call from Jul. 25 to Jul. 26, 2020.

Joseph P. Smolha '45

Joseph P. Smolha was born on March 15, 1928, to Eva and Frank Smolha. He was a lifelong resident of Frelinghuysen, NJ. He joined the U.S. Navy and served between 1945 and 1948. Following his service, he worked at American Can in Washington, NJ for 30 years while helping to run the family's farm. He was an avid sportsman and a lifelong Giants fan. Joseph passed away on September 21, 2019, with family and friends by his side. Joseph is survived by his wife of 67 years, Barbara; sons Philip, Jeffrey and his wife Martha; daughter, Joanne Lawrence; grandchildren Eva Lawrence, Nicholas Lawrence and his wife Melissa; three great-grandchildren, Claire, Madison and McKensie; sister, Jeanne; brother Robert and his wife, Marilyn; nieces, nephews, cousins; and many friends. The family is planning a private memorial service. Donations to honor Joseph's memory may be made to NORWESCAP in Phillipsburg, NJ, or Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice in Newton, NJ.

Lyman Oliver Lawson '51

Lyman Oliver Lawson, 86 years of age, of Hope Twp., passed away on July 12, 2019 at his home. He was born in Knowlton Twp on November 10, 1932 to Lyman and Mary (Mills) Lawson. He was in the US Air Force and was a member of the US Air Force flight crew for 26 years. He had been a member of the Moravian Grange. He is survived by 3 daughters, Bonnie Cunningham and husband C. Stevens, Fairfield, CT, Mary Swift, and husband Dana David Swift, Rome, NY, Linda Kuseryk,and husband Stephen, Ewing, NJ, plus 6 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife Ruth Dorries in 2012. A memorial service will be held at 1:30PM Sunday, July 21, 2019. at St. Johns United Methodist Church, Hope, NJ. Immediately following will be an ice cream social. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Karen Ann Quinlan Foundation, 99 Sparta Road, Newton, NJ 07860. Arrangements are under the direction of Newbaker Funeral Home, 200 Route 94, Blairstown, NJ 07825.

Barbara Chammings '57

Barbara Jean Chammings passed away on February 9, 2020 at her home in Blairstown, NJ. Barbara was born September 22, 1939, the daughter of Roy J. Chammings and Kathryn (Oberly). Chammings at St. Lukes Hospital in Bethlhem, PA. Barbara graduated from Blairstown High School in 1957. She attended E. Stroudsburg University and graduated from Easton Hospital School of Nursing in 1962. Barbara started her nursing career at Newton Memorial Hospital and went from there to Hackettstown Community Hospital. She continued her career as Assistant Director of Nursing at Dover General Hospital and retired from Easton Hospital visiting Nurses Association. Barbara was a member of the American Nurses Association, National League for Nurses, Easton Hospital School of Nursing alumni association and the NJ Society for nursing administration middle managers In her school years Barbara, excelled in sports, particularly basketball, having scored over 80 points a game more than once. Her love of sports continued as an added fan of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Boston Celtics. Survivors include her aunt Betty Chammings, Middleburg, PA, cousins, Richard Chammings, Easton, PA, Jacob Chammings, Phillipsburg, NJ, Cathy Reade, Middleburg, PA, James Dillon, Canadensis, PA, Thomas Dillon, Hudson, FL, Kathleen Csencsits, Butler, NJ, Patty Cyr, Las Vegas, NV, Robert Oberly, Phillipsburg, NJ, Edwin Oberly, Phillipsburg, NJ, William May, Fairfax, VA and James May, Mapleton, ME. Also, special friend and neighbor Eunice Meshach. She was predeceased by her father, mother and several aunts and uncles. There will be a memorial service at Newbaker Funeral Home, 200 Route 94, Blairstown, NJ on August 29, 2020, visiting hours will be from 1PM until the time of service at 1:45 PM. Burial will follow at the Cedar Ridge Cemetery, Blairstown, NJ. Donations in Barbara's memory can be made to the Easton Hospital School of Nursing, Alumni Association, "EHSNAA Scholarship Fund, c/o Jeane Titus, 132 Washington Street, Phillipsburg, NJ 08865.

Fred Grandin '61

Frederick L. Grandin, 77 years of age, a long-time resident of Hardwick Twp, NJ, passed away on April 2, 2020 at his home in Hardwick. He was born in Dover, NJ on January 30, 1943 to Frederick and Elsie (Sandry) Grandin. Fred was a well driller for D & F Well Drilling Co. and also Bryan Well Drilling Company. Fred was a Vietnam veteran serving in the US Army from 1969 to 1970. He is survived by two sons, Kyle and wife Amy, Jason and wife Sarah, 4 grandaughters, Caprice, Riley, Emma, Cora. One sister, Joanne Oleszek, a niece Chistine and a nephew Danny. He was predeceased by his wife, Marilyn in 2017. There are no public services scheduled at this time due to coronavirus situation. Final resting place is New Cedar Ridge Cemetery, Jacksonburg Road, Blairstown, NJ. Arrangements are under the direction of Newbaker Funeral Home, 200 Route 94, Blairstown, NJ 07825.

Thomas C. Bennett '69

Thomas C. Bennett, 69 years old, of Hardwick, NJ, passed away at his farm on December 14, 2019. He was born in Newton, NJ on December 29, 1949 to Henry and Ruth (Quick) Bennett. He had been a self-employed farmer and a well known friend to all. He is survived by his wife, Sara, a daughter Amanda Bennett, wife Tomi Cerciello ,two brothers John, wife Lisa, Gary, wife Susan, three sisters, Joyce Newport, husband Tom, Susan Bennett- Smickle, Diane Rowland, husband Peter and many nieces and nephews. A period of visitation will take place from 4-8PM, Thursday, December 19, 2019 at Newbaker Funeral Home, 200 Route 94, Blairstown, NJ 07825 (use Columbia for GPS), followed by a funeral service at 11:00 AM, Friday, December 20, 2019. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Tom's name to the FFA of Warren Couny, 6060 FFA Drive Indianapolis, IN 46268 for the Benefit of Thomas Bennett, Warren County, NJ. or Antler Ridge Wildlife Sanctuary, 52 County Road 661, Newton, NJ 07860. There will also be a Celebration of Life at Blairstown Fire House, Stillwater Road, Blairstown, NJ on December 29, 2019. The time will be announced.

Mary Jane Katzenstein Nemeth'58

Born in Newton, Mary Jane lived in Green Township before moving to Andover Township in the late 1960’s. She was a 1958 graduate of Blairstown High School She worked as a legal secretary, most recently for Edward Maske in Sparta before her retirement. A member of both the Andover Township and Frelinghuysen Township Seniors, Mary Jane was also the treasurer for Johnsonburg Cemetery. She was a former member of the First United Methodist Church of Newton. The daughter of the late John and Mary (Beatty) Katzenstein, Mary Jane was also predeceased by her husband, Howard, on May 22, 2004, and two siblings, Kurt L. Katzenstein and JoAnn Murphy. She is survived by two children, Timothy Nemeth of Stillwater Township and Lisa Rosado and husband, Demetrius, of Red Oak, Texas; her daughter-in-law, Amy Nemeth of Stillwater; and her brother, Jay S. Katzenstein. She is also survived by three grandchildren, Meghan Finnegan, Kelly Finnegan and Kayla Nemeth. Visitation will be held on Thursday, January 23, 2020, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Smith-McCracken Funeral Home, 63 High Street, Newton, followed by an 8 p.m. funeral service, also at the funeral home. Memorial donations may be made to First United Methodist Church of Newton, 111 Ryerson Avenue, Newton, New Jersey 07860. Online condolences may be offered at

Arthur Haney '73

Arthur Simon Haney, III, 67, of East Stroudsburg, died Monday, January 17, 2022, at Lehigh Valley Hospital - Pocono.

Born on November 18, 1954 in Blairstown, NJ, he was the son of the late Arthur and Ada (née Miller) Haney and lived in Monroe County for the last 40 years.

Art was a plumber by trade.

He is survived by his beloved son, Arthur S. Haney, IV, of East Stroudsburg, step-daughter, Hayley Tice of Indio, CA, Arthur’s mom, Donna Haney of Indio, CA, two brothers, James Haney of Roxboro, NC and John Haney of Blairstown, NJ, nieces, nephews and many life long friends.

Burial and memorial services will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, please donate in Art’s honor to the Path of Change.

( Note: Deceased classmate records were compiled as of 2017.

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Blairstown High School



Doris Hill Osterberg '35

Helen Gaisler Earl '36

Florence Savacool Gouger ’38 

Jennie Uhorchak Black ‘38 

Clarice Bertholf Bobin '39

Frank Squeri ‘39

Pauline Thomas Cebulka ’39 

Ernest Billow ‘40

Freda M. Cook '40

Howard Mott ‘41 

Olena Jadick '41

Earle Jones ‘42 

Verna VanSyckle Shuster ‘42 

Elizabeth Hezel Johnson ‘42

Vida Trapani Burdge ’42

Elizabeth Crisman Zenock ’42

Elmer T. Stoffels '42

Frederick Belet ’43  

Sophia Szalobryt Silva ’43 

Robert Beegle ‘43

Jean Chamberlain Zanetti ‘43 

Jane Szalobryt ’44 
Victoria Kozimor Perini ‘44

Grace Rich Range ‘44

Doris Chamberlain Bair ‘45 

Alice May Erd '45

Joseph Smolha '45

Doris Burham Weber '45

Dorothy J. Winters '45

Mildred Cowell Kise ‘46 

Gertrude Walker Polhemus ‘46 

Shirley Newbaker McCracken ‘46

Gordon Beegle ’46 

Olga Bailey Guiler ’46

Norma Pennell Hill ’46

Lawrence Vass ‘47

Anne Duimstra Beegle ’47

Virginia Wester Cooke '47

Thelma “Tilly” McPeek,'47

Anna Mae Robertson Raesly ’47 

Mildred Sipley Shaftic '47
Greta Hezel Crisman ‘48

Henry Kozimor ‘48 

Nancy Malon Hickey '48

Blanche Titman Kelly

Anna Mae Cowell Eber 49'

Lorraine Skow Everett '49

George D. Hall '49

M. William Berry '50

Josephine Drake '50

Leon Kot ‘50

Joan Pilewski Cook ‘50

Rhonda Westervelt '50

Mary Burham Hayes '51

Melita Stickle Hurd ‘51 

Lyman Lawson '51

Louise Sprague Lambert ‘52

Donald Meshach ‘52

Shirley Huff Moore ‘52

Michael Joseph Bufis '52

George Fee ‘53 

Allen Zanetti '53

Margaret Henderson Kernan ‘54 

Bennett Van Der Wal ‘54 

Charles Rowe ‘54

Marcus Drake ’54

Carolyn Litts Elston '54

George William Transue '54

Walter Jones ’55 

Helen Gramberg Winters '55

Joan Roof Clark '56

Howard Cowell ‘56

Jessica Huttick Gately '56

Elaine Bozzuffi Hoover '56 

Robert Walters ’56

Charles Catalano ‘57

Barbara Cramming's '57

Cedric Rhinesmith ’57

Ann Noordenbos Smith '57

Nancy J. (Brown), (Torok), Psyhojos,

Mary Jane Katzenstein Nemeth '58

Duane A. Nolder, Jr. '58

Robert J. Sandberg'58

Diana Shipps Demund '59

Barbara Semken Rydell ’59

Lena Meshach Keyser ‘60

Joseph Murphy '60

Harry K. Rush '60

Carl Darst ‘61 

Frederick Grandin '61

Andrew C. Foley '61

Elizabeth Ann Shotwell '61

Bruce Woodruff ‘61 

Frank "Hank" Cook '62

 Phillip H. Zabowski '62   

Catherine A. Bacon, '63

Fred Brown '63

Michael Pryslak '63

Rebecca Bender '63

Ronald Cook ‘63

Edmund Hagopian ’63

Kathleen Murphy '63

Richard Skow ’63

Wieka DeBoer Dykstra ‘64

Barry W. Rusweiler '64 

Kenneth R. Tims '64

John Klaver ‘65

Raymond Edgar Schwind '65

William Andrew "Andy" Tims '65

Thomas A. Sawyer '65

Marilyn Heitmann Grandin ‘66 

Brenda G. Lenkey Maxman '66

Delmar A. Paul '66

Howard Schwarz ‘67
G. Richard Cook ‘67

Linda Eckrode Tigner ’67

Glenn Barry ’68,

Sara L. Budd '68

Robert Volpe ’68 
Jon Thomas Cramer ‘68
Gary Barker ‘69

Thomas Bennett '69
Nancy Burdge Drake ‘69

Marlene Bennett Lothian '69

Henry Natyzak '69

Lauren Chianese Cowell ’70 

Elaine Hellwege Hawes '70

Mayme Vivian Nemeth, '70

Gary Neil Sandberg '70

William M. Reay '71 (NWR)

Robert Karl Andres '72 (NWR)

Carole Chrusz '72 (NWR)

Drexel Simonson '72 (NWR)

Becky Jennings Erd ’73 (NWR)

Linda Schwarz Bisbing’73 (NWR)

Arthur Haney '73 (NWR)

Robert Stout ‘74 (NWR)

Kenneth J. Bertholf, Jr. '74 (NWR)

Onalee Cramer '74 (NWR)

Deborah Louise Wittschiebe '74 (NWR)

Sharon VanAuken Steen, 1975 (NWR)

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