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04/23/09 10:06 PM #350    

Martha Rexon

Attention all golfers, and football players.
Here is your chance to give back.
Benefit June 5th for -Moorestown youth football
Golf Tournament at Willow Brook CC in Delran.
Ott's after?

05/06/09 10:09 PM #351    

Lauretta Gehweiler (Humes)

Martha John is playing in this with Coach Loring and Dave Manning after we can meet at otts. Matt will be home that day and he will be leaving for Texas for 3 yrs. he would love to see you. Is anyone in town for the summer We are always home so if anyone is around let me know
Laurie

06/06/09 10:58 PM #352    

Martha Rexon

The golf outing was canceled due to the rain.The new date is 9/11/09 A nice number of classmates went to Ott's, and shared some goodtimes.

06/16/09 08:37 PM #353    

Martha Rexon

Peter Romano Band OPUSSOUL will Be Playing at Sacturros on rt 73 Marlton On Sat June 27.
If anyone else knows of any fun events please post them.

06/18/09 11:56 PM #354    

John Nardelli

I took my kindergarten teacher to lunch at Perkins. She utterly charmed my wife and son with "that first day" story. I'll go to that one on monday. TTFN. Dan, I contacted Jennie on facebook, She's gotta be pissin' off some California polititions.

06/19/09 12:53 PM #355    

John Nardelli

September 1964 (there was some obscure legallity providing for my early admission as Mrs. Lord explained; besides I was going to be five in a month or less any way) Mom walked me to school. Poor kid, though intelligent and practical she had been the rather sheltered youngest of three daughters of a story book couple who were born as subjects to Queen Victoria. Mom's father was too good, so she despaired quite a bit when the guy she married when she was just twenty-one started smackin' her around when she was six months pregnant with me. When it came to it mom was taking care of two little boys and an SOB who expected to be waited on hand and foot before anything else for as long as he recquired, no matter what. So my brother and I were handed over to an unwilling baby-sitter untill the arrangement with the school could be implemented; I understand it was a while before mom was able to walk me to school. It wasn't too long ago, I'd say maybe three or four years after she divorced him that in a moment of blinding candor mom told me that it was like walking to paradise, before school it was Hell for her she wished one of us would die; she even told me, point blank that I almost made her take me out more than once.

At any rate she introduced to Mrs. Lord and left. My new teacher took my hand and got me an eighth of the way across the room when I broke down and broke for the door; I was small, even for four, the elementals for Newtonian physics as far field applications had not occured to me as yet so I could not open the door. I was crying already, so what happened next was probably what made me her darling, I pounded the door turned and sat with my back against and buried my face in my hands, my heart broke, she picked me up and took me over to her desk; more than half of the girls were crying as they came with her, a few of the boys cried too. she sent them off and sat me in her lap and talked to me. I was laughing in a short time. By the end of the day Mrs. Lord had told the girls to quit dressing me up in the good the good will stuff both gender ensembles.

Her talks with me continued of course and I had the beginings of the idea that I must become worthy of being in the company of everyone I meet.

11/25/09 02:01 PM #356    

Kevin Walters

Wish I could be there for the 11:30am piece of the day! Have a great Thanksgiving evryone......

11/30/09 08:11 PM #357    

Brendan O'Connor

It was a beautiful crisp day. The field was muddy. In attendance:Myself, my wife Meg, sons Ryan and Dillon, daughter Darby, Brother Brian O'Connor and his son Liam, brother Michael O'Connor, and sisters Siobhan and Libby O'Connor. Rich McLaughlin and son Ryan, Russel Brown and son Tyler, Andy Cleff, Fred Corbett and daughter Melanie. Lisa (Mulle) Warren showed up to provide medical coverage. Nurse Warren demurred at playing but eventually decided to play. She scored 2 touch downs, had two interceptions, 3 fumble recoveries but was eventually kicked out of the game for unsportsman-like conduct. Did she really have to gouge Cleff's eyes just because he was in her short, left flat zone? Oh-well such is competition. Afterwards we all went to Mrs. Sullivan's house where we nursed our bruised egos and quaffed a few beers down chased by advil, motrin, flexeril and cialis...oops i mean drank from CHALISES

12/19/09 04:46 PM #358    

Lisa Mulle (Warren)

LOL, I just read Brendan's post. My favorite part of the day was seeing everyone, especially Siobhan in her Moorestown Color Guard jacket, and getting Mrs. Sullivan's secret manicotti recipe. Best wishes to everyone for a healthy new year.

12/24/09 02:30 PM #359    

David Reed

Hope every one has a wonderful Holiday Season. Staying in FL and enjoying the moderate temperatures. I wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas and a blessed 2010.

01/01/10 07:09 AM #360    

Kathryn Williams

Happy New Year to everyone. I hope you are healthy and happy in 2010.

01/01/10 01:22 PM #361    

Thomas Maahs

Just want to wish everyone a Happy New Year!!

01/01/10 01:50 PM #362    

 

Andy Cleff

Happy New Year all.

I actually managed to stay awake until 1AM. Without stimulants. Surprised myself.

Boy, Dick Clark doesn't look so good. Wonder what is keeping him alive...

Just about all of us will be turning 50 this year. (Some are already there...)

Hard to believe. Seems like it wasn't too long ago we were all worried about the y2k bug...That was ten years ago!!!

Good to see a nice turn out for the football game. And Mulle was a good sport. In spite of my alleged indiscretions. Which honestly I don't recall. Must have been senior moment. Glad O'Connor was a eye witness and that he left his video gear in the car...

Here's to enjoying the next half a century!!!!

01/02/10 09:25 AM #363    

Cathy Loring (Manning)

Just want to wish a Happy New Year to everyone. Have had a house full for the holidays but have enjoyed our time together. Hope all had a nice holiday and spent some quality time with family and friends. Plan to check in on the website more this year. Bye for now! -Cathy

01/06/10 03:59 PM #364    

Lauretta Gehweiler (Humes)

Happy New Year to all. It's nice to see that people are still checking in on the site. Kevin it is normal for girls to say see ya later be home by 10:00!! I have 3 girls 17, 16 &13 and one boy 24. The girls outdo the boys by a long shot. Cathy it was really nice to see Dave, he stopped by on one of the thurs. nights out. How is everyone doing at your place?

Laurie

01/08/10 12:45 PM #365    

Cathy Loring (Manning)

Laurie - Dave doesn't make most of the Thursday night outings with the guys but he was in the area that time and wanted to stop in. He said he had a good time. Wishes he could join in the fun more often. Thank your for your Christmas card. Sounds like you have your hands full with 3 teenagers in the house. Teenage girls, oh my! I have one girl and she drives me crazy. My son is much calmer then my daughter, you know, less drama. We need to get the boys to find time from their busy work schedule so we can get together for a visit. On second thought, we might have to do the planning. Say hi to John for me. Bye!
Everyone - Hope those of you that are living above the Mason Dixon line are keeping warm and to those of you who do not, well, I see you are having some cold days too. I'm not complaining, I love winter and the snow. Hope we get some more. Bye, be happy - Cathy

01/09/10 02:50 PM #366    

Kevin Walters

Happy New Year to everyone.....but heard some rather sad news from my Father that Allan Robertson from our class died recently. Do not have any details, but let's all keep his family in our thoughts and prayers.....

01/22/10 09:31 PM #367    

Brendan O'Connor

Alan was a really good guy...my thoughts go out to his family

02/21/10 05:22 PM #368    

 

Andy Cleff

Hey, keg party at Monahan's...he's turning 12.5....

Saturday, Feb 27.
7:30p at 100 Somers Ave, Moorestown, NJ

Bag heads at midnight...

Somebody bring bail money...

04/04/10 08:55 PM #369    

John Nardelli

My computer crashed; it looks like there's been good and bad news while I've been out of touch. For my part, the cancer is almost gone.

11/17/10 12:27 PM #370    

 

Andy Cleff

Friday, Nov 26 - Time again for a game of work-off-the-turkey-and-stuffing football.

All ages...all abilities. Even Tim.

11:00 AM Kick Off

Memorial Field

And if you're planning on playing for the Saturday fundraiser flag football event, you can work on your moves on Friday...

And we'll surely be tweeting the game...and be on the lookout for instant replay youtube videos of the post game nap time.


11/22/10 08:52 AM #371    

 

Andy Cleff

Kick off pushed up to 10AM...otherwise the game time would run into our nap time...


11/27/10 08:41 AM #372    

 

Andy Cleff

Some of us managed to show up at 10AM.

Game time however was delayed due to the late arrival of our event coordinators - Sullivan and O'Connor.

A few pix posted on line http://www.flickr.com/photos/andycleff/sets/72157625477798856/

Boy, are we getting better looking each year.


01/01/11 08:37 AM #373    

Jeanette Burns (Dubela)

Happy New Year everyone and thanks Andy for reminding us how easy it is to touch base. I visit my folks in Moorestown as often as possible, it would be nice to meet up sometime.  Wishing you all love, peace, health & happiness in the coming year!


05/24/11 04:44 PM #374    

 

Mauricio Solórzano

Wow- I found this web site by accident. It brings a feeling of nostalgia as I reminisce about all my classmates from '78, and my half-a-century crawling in this world we call Gaia.  It only seems like yesterday that I was an editor of the the MHS Nutshell magazine as I wrote literature for Ms. Fine's English class, which let me to it. Ms. Fine insisted for me to become involved in the school's literary magazine, which I succumbed not without a feeling of insecurity and doubt at first.

 

But I am such a different person now - full of life and self-assurance - being a successful entrepreneur and inventing technology ahead of our times.

 

Anyway, I am happy I found this MHS site to see how my classmates have developed over the many years.

 

GOD bless you all,
Mauricio Solórzano,


mauricio.solorzano@gmail.com
(972) 571-5623 (Cell)

 




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