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•   Barry Davis  6/21
•   Bruce Manning  5/3
•   Joyce Ciambor  4/12
•   John Salyer  4/9
•   Roger Davenport  4/6
•   Bert Oliver  4/1
•   Susan Frey  3/27
•   William King  3/27
•   Dennis Dempsey  3/6
•   Scott Hood  12/14
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2 live in Alabama
3 live in Arizona
12 live in California
9 live in Colorado
1 lives in Connecticut
5 live in Delaware
28 live in Florida
2 live in Georgia
1 lives in Hawaii
2 live in Idaho
3 live in Illinois
2 live in Indiana
1 lives in Kansas
5 live in Maryland
3 live in Massachusetts
2 live in Michigan
1 lives in Missouri
1 lives in New Hampshire
13 live in New Jersey
1 lives in New Mexico
8 live in New York
3 live in North Carolina
3 live in Ohio
1 lives in Oklahoma
1 lives in Oregon
86 live in Pennsylvania
7 live in South Carolina
4 live in Texas
1 lives in Utah
1 lives in Virgin Islands
9 live in Virginia
1 lives in West Virginia
1 lives in British Columbia
190 location unknown

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Greetings to All

Greetings from the west coast of Florida where we continue to enjoy great weather, golf, and friends before traveling north in May.  It has been a tough year for everyone but hope you are safe and healthy.  I have been getting numerous inquiries about the upcoming 60th Reunion.  First of all, it is hard to believe we are even talking about a 60th!  It certainly doesn't seem like sixty years ago that we were at graduation, attending Dave Welsh's famous party, and getting ready for the next chapter of our lives.  The answer I have given folks, however, is we certainly would like to have a reunion in the fall of 2022, but we have not made any formal plans.  If folks are comfortable, we hope to reconvene the Reunion Committee this summer and then get the details out to the class. Your ideas and suggestions are important, so please pass on any thoughts to me, Bill King, at wnking@ptd.net.

HHS62 Website

Believe it or not, this month haverford62.com has been in operation for 10 years.  We developed it in order to generate interest and to communicate information to the class for the upcoming 50th Reunion in October of 2012.  It worked, and since that time we have had over 93,000 visits to the site.  We have 226 members, but are always looking for more classmates to join.  The members are predominately our classmates, but also a few of our teachers, and members of other Haverford classes have joined.  We can make it even better by you reaching out to any classmates who have not joined and also adding pictures, items of interest, etc. to your profile or the Message Center.  Being technologically challenged, I had to go to an expert to create this site and to administer it and that would be my wife, Linda (West Essex High School, NJ Class of 1965).  Thanks, Linda.

History of Havertown (Harford) Township

John Salyer, of our class, has found a fascinating website that tells the history of our hometown (originally Harford) going all the way back to William Penn and beyond.  There are great pictures and history of all the neighborhoods from Coopertown to Westgate Hills.  You can spend hours on it, and it will bring back memories of such things as the Brookline Theater, Petrella"s Record Shop, the Chewing Gum factory, our elementary schools, and churches.  There are early maps and even advertisements for various housing developments built throughout the 1900's.  Really interesting!  To access the site go to:   www.iliveinharford.com.  Thanks, John.