You remember the “Third Courtyarders.”
During lunch, they could always be found down there in that dark abyss. After school, one needed only to listen for Zeppelin’s, “In Through The Out Door” blaring from their cars, along with a “curious aroma!”
Proof positive that good girls (the preacher’s daughter!) will always be attracted to bad boys!
Back then, their “pharmaceutical research” was frowned upon. Today, I have Pfizer, Merk & Eli Lilly on speed-dial!…What? You don’t?
Luv Ya Eddie!
As unbelievable as it seems, we are now just three months away from our 25th High School Reunion! Just typing that seems weird! Nevertheless, we are looking forward to seeing all of you & finally getting to enjoy what Heidi, Micheline, Rodney & I have been working on for almost a year now. It’s definitely been a labor of love.
Of the 446 former classmates, as of today, we’ve managed to locate 280. Thanks again, to those who sent in contact info on others. It really has made our job easier. However, there still remains 186 unaccounted for. We have reached a complete brick wall on these so, one more time with feeling – Please take another look at the “Missing In Action” list and if there is anyone on it that you have any idea how we might locate, let me know.
Thanks also to those who have sent in their reunion fees. For those who haven’t already done so, all fees must be received no later than July 13. However, our job is made easier if payments are received sooner rather than later. And just a reminder – we cannot accept payments during reunion weekend. If the deadline is a problem for anyone, please let me know via email.
All best, Gnanse
PS. To those of us who attended Boyet Jr. High, their combined reunion for the classes of ’75, ’76, ’77, ’78, ’79 & ’80 will be held the weekend following ours. Please click on the Boyet link to the right for more info.
Remember when this was not only funny…it was perfectly harmless?
Wow! This new diet I’m on is gonna have me looking fine just in time for the reunion!
Update: The service for Rebecca will be held Saturday, April 7 at Honaker Funeral Home. Visitation from 10AM -12 noon followed by the service. Thanks to Karen Kelly for letting us know.
It is with a heavy heart that I report that earlier this morning we lost one of our former classmates, Rebecca Reiher, in an automobile accident. The news is especially difficult for me as she & I have been corresponding for some time now about the reunion. She was kind enough to help me in tracking down missing classmates and she was looking forward to seeing all of you this summer. I trust that you will join me in lifting up her family in prayer at this very difficult time.
I am sorry but I do not have classmates’ mailing addresses but anyone wishing to send their condolences to her family, may email them to: firstname.lastname@example.org
What follows is the news report as it appears on wwltv.com.
Woman killed in hit and run accident on I-5908:01 AM CDT on Thursday, April 5, 2007WWLTV.com A Mississippi woman died Thursday morning after a head-on collision on Interstate 59 in
St. Tammany Parish, State Police said. According to Trooper Louis Calato, a State Police Troop L spokesman, the accident occurred at 1:05 a.m. on I-59 at milepost 7.6. 44-year-old Rebecca Reiher was driving her 2004 Saturn southbound on the interstate when her vehicle was struck by a Dodge pick-up. Reiher’s car went off on the median and rolled onto its side. She was partially ejected from her vehicle, Calato said. The picku-up truck came to rest in the right lane of I-59 and was struck by another vehicle. The driver of the truck fled the scene. Calato said Reiher was pronounced dead at the scene. She was not wearing her seatbelt. In accordance with state law, blood was taken from the victim to determine if alcohol or drugs played a factor in the accident. Anyone with information on the accident or the whereabouts of the fleeing driver is asked to call State Police Troop L at (985) 893-6250.