Latest Emails Received Regarding the 2005 Reunion (courtesy of Bob DeWitt)
The next reunion should be in 5 years for my vote.
Thank you so much for all your hard work and many hours devoted to getting everyone there and for so much fun and good food.
Would like to have some emails with pictures taken.
Sharon Ely Pruett
Thanks for all your hard work. It paid off.
In God we trust.
I enjoyed the reunion and the ability to visit with
I would like to see a 45 year one. Maybe one with only
one day dinner party instead of the two day affair.
Then have one for 50 years a little more elaborate and
do the two or three day one again.
I want to thank all the classmates who put in so much
time and effort on the reunion. I know it takes a lot
of coordination to put these on.
When I am retired and living in Florida I will be
willing to help. Not sure it will be in five years
though pretty sure will be in ten years.
Thanks again - Jay Riches
I had a wonderful time at the reunion. The whole weekend was the most fun I've had since the 2000 reunion. Great seeing you and a lot of the best alive class of 65. I hope we have more attending the next one - hopefully, more from Cocoa Beach.
Friday night I lost my diamond tennis bracelet somewhere in the Doubletree dining room or the reunion room. The hotel searched for it the following Saturday but it didn't turn up. If it was turned in to anyone on the reunion committee, would you please let me know? Also, if there is a newsletter, could a lost and found section be added mentioning that I lost my bracelet. Thanks.
Again, a grand time and it keeps getting better with the posting of pictures!
The general theme that I see on reading all the emails is that if we wait another 10 years we will all be 68 years old. How many of us will be around then? How many of us will be in good enough health to make the travel? And how many of us will still have enough memory to remember who our classmates were?
Seriously, I agree we shouldn't wait ten years and yes, duplicate this past reunion, it was great.
Diane Vickers Oliver