Salem High School Class of 1969 celebrates reunion with weekend of events

Pictured are members of the Salem High School Class of 1969, from left, first row, Ginny Edling Eudy, Floyd Crawford, Kathy Flick Jones, Linda Belich Miller, Denise Colian Zangara, Gail Bleakley Bowen, Marsha Knuth Wilson, Judy Tice Allison, Colette Doak, Marcia Snyder, Joyce Elaine Smith, Georgia Duhan Hopkins holding Sally McGaffick Ademy, Patty Capps Kite, Ramona Moyer Weitz, Denise Gordon Schiebal, Marci Barr Abbott, Mary Albertson McDowell, Bonnie Lippiatt Alcancia, Peggy Stone Siemer, Susie Stanton Katz, Cindy, Vogel Kenst, Becky Kerr Hoyt; second row, David Bodendorfer, Bob Field, Scot Cody, Mike Love, Larry Davis, Bob Beeson, Dave Blazer, David Stockwell, Steve Beiling, Shelley Beck Congrove, Mary Beth Scullion Dean, Ronnelle Briggs Daley, Kathy Thomas, Jeanne Trotter Beasley, George Spack, Jay Sabol, Tom Butch, Jim Weber, Cheryl Papic Albright; third row, Bob McCulloch, John Krauss, Dale August, Bob Zangara, Dana Barnes, Randy Babb, Mark Equizi, Art Bowen, Cecil Chamberlain, Ron Miller, Jerry Filler, Tom Emmerling, Bill Sutter, Dan Walker, George Snyder, Glenn Whitacre, Jim King, Frank Dumovic, Mike Walker, John Bender, John Shivers, Bob Hughes, Peter Riley, Bob Birtalan and Bill Hoover. (Submitted photo)

SALEM– Members of the Salem High School Class of 1969 celebrated their 50-year class reunion during a three-day weekend of events. Classmates came from Alabama, California, Connecticut, Florida, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, New York, Ohio, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Washington and Wyoming.

The festivities began on Aug. 2, with a gathering at the home of Ginny Edling Eudy where 41 members attended along with guests.

On Aug. 3, classmates enjoyed playing a round of golf and a tour of Salem High School. The evening was spent celebrating at Boneshakers where 67 members plus guests gathered to reminisce while enjoying a buffet and slide show of school days together up to the present.

The weekend ended with classmates gathering at the free summer concert held at Waterworth Park to listen and dance to the John Hampu Band.


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