Welcome Classmates and Friends
62 long years ago we left the comfortable nest that was our Alma Mater. We were young, apprehensive, hopeful and innocent. 70 somethings were old folks - and we were NEVER going to become old ourselves. Old folks were out of touch with the real world. They wore frumpy clothes and sensible shoes. They sat in rockers a lot and bored us with discussions of their various aching body parts. But the years flew by. We became young people. Then quickly we morphed into middle-aged adults. And now, undeniably, we find ourselves slipping into our senior years. It has been an interesting journey filled with once unimaginable challenges, joys and sorrows. Youth and innocence are no longer ours, but the years have shown us how important it is to cherish life's simple joys and given us a new perspective. (Dare we call it wisdom?) Life has taught us to be more caring, more patient, and less self centered. We are more relaxed and self-confident. Slightly ahead of the Baby Boomers, we are in the vanguard of a new age of seniors. With luck we can lead the way into an era in which seniors can work longer, contribute more to society, and enjoy life as never before.
~~Robyn Madison Potter
Early History Of Delmar High School and BCHS
An Editorial in the 1929 yearbook has the following to say. "1929 will be an important date in the history of this school. It marks the graduation of the first class from Delmar High, and it also marks the first edition of THE ORIOLE. It was taken for granted that a class would graduate in 1929, but the establishment of a Yearbook was not so certain..."
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New Classmate Updates - Click on the Classmate's name for their updates, Older updates are now available in the Classmates Section (Login Required).
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The In Memoriam Section includes new information about:
Sue Fuller (12/6/2022)
Diane Walsh (11/23/2022)
Heyward Williams '62 (Louise Calisto's Husband)
Virginia Lynch (2/1/1977) Altamont Enterprise Obituary
In the Teacher's Section,
Mr Hugh Brown,
Mr Fred Burdick,
Mr Dominick DeCecco,
Mrs Hosey, Ms Newell and Ms Palumbo,
Mrs Roberta Glatz,
Mr Joseph Guerrera,
Mrs Mary Johnston,
Mr Warren Kullman,
Ms Lois Mannheimer,
Mrs Doris Pock,
Mr Louis Spelich,
Miss Arlene Superko,
Mrs Phyllis VanDemark,
Mr Gene Webster.
Additional information about deceased Teachers can be found Here.
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60th Reunion Booklet updates. The following are changes or corrections since the Booklet was issued - Click on the Classmate's name for their new contact information (Login Required).
Marcia Lipschitz (email)
Dan Zabriskie (home address, phone)
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Classmates whose Home Address and/or email information is unknown:
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Gayle Albertine (No Info),
Sally Brunner (Home Address),
Alan Chesney (Email Address),
Vivian Dean (No Info),
Mary Ann Dorsey (Email Address), Ruth Flick (Email Address),
Sue Fuller (Email Address),
Robyn Madison (Email Address),
Judy Martin (Home Address),
Carolyn Martino (No Info),
Robert McWilliams (No Info),
Emma Miller (No Info),
Fred Mueller (No Info),
Dennis Mullen (Email Address),
Jim O'Brien (Email Address)
Bob Patchen (No Info),
Sharon Ryan (No Info),
Carol Smith (No Info),
Chuck Stuber (Home Address) and
Gary Van Apeldoorn (No Info)
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available in the Archive Section. Photos will be added to the
albums when found and may not be noted on the change log.
February 4th, 2023
The Class of '61 Lunch is held at Tool's on the first Wednesday of every month.
All are welcome!
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