Isn't it amazing how much we thought we knew, and how wrong we were?
Isn't it amazing how much we thought we knew, and how wrong we were?
Tell us what you're doing, what you're proud of, what you have yet to do, your kids, etc. Then, swallow your pride and post a picture. We have to laugh at yourselves a little to make this work.

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Denise Blum (Leone)
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stylist Married 2

I am into the 4th yr of my 2nd marriage and have 2 girls from the 1st one. Shannon who is 25 and living in Harrisburg and working with her father in the advertising business. My youngest, who is not so young anymore, Nicole gratuated UCONN and is now a working (yikes!!!). My husband was in a bad car accident 3 1/2 yrs ago and had 6 back surgeries which forced me to leave the salon that I was in and open a salon in my home. He needed me so this was the best alternative. It turns out that it was the best thing to do. I have a beautiful salon and I am my own boss. I simply love design,whether it be hair or fashion or home design. I do all three!! Some things never change,comforting isn't it?

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Cathie Cush
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After I left UD and FDU, I moved to LBI where I worked at a newspaper and learned to scuba dive--a hobby that has taken me all over the world. For years I taught scuba and wrote for dive and travel magazines. I even wrote a coffee table book about shipwrecks--one of my favorite subjects. For the past 15 years I've lived in Bucks County, and I do corporate communications, marketing and computer-based training. I'm in the process of trying to sell my first novel--about a group of divers who discover an unidentified shipwreck in dangerously deep water. They say all first novels are at least partly autobiographical, and in this case, it's true. When I hit 40, I had a midlife crisis and bought a horse. I don't get in the water so much anymore, but I have a little trail riding vacation almost every day. It's a good life. I'm looking forward to seeing everybody in November. Send Cathie a MessageSend Cathie a Message
RENEE n/a (Gibbs)
June 22, 1957 Employment Manager Single 1
Hey gang I don't know if you guys rember me.
But any ways went I graduate i went on to work for geico insurance co , for four years. the on to Mcneil Pharmacial, for 25 years arter that I went on to work for three other pharmacial companys over the last 5-6 year .Globus,Synthes and Smith Kline just to name a few. Now after volunteer at a school with a friend I now work with a co called foundations inc at the Martin luther King high school . the Program is call JRDC the JOB RESOURCE & DEVELOPMENT CENTER we run a after school program and I teach etiquette.  I love my job
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susan goldstein (sharabi)
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textile designer and english teacher Married 2
hi everyone! 30 years - wow. a little history about myself... after high school i studied textile design in university, then moved to florida, and worked in this field for several years. i also studied to be a teacher, so i was doing some of that on the side. in 1986, i picked myself up and went to israel, and i've been living here for almost 20 years already. here, i worked in textiles, and teaching. now i teach english, mainly out of my home, and i volunteer at an old age home teaching them how to weave (my love as a textile student). i've been married for 15 years with 2 children - 1 girl and 1 boy (13 and 12 years old). life really is good for me. i won't be at the reunion - i don't make it back to the states that often. everyone, enjoy. susan. sharabi4@bezeqint.net Send susan a MessageSend susan a Message
Diane Graham (Quinn)
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A second long, tall glass of Carlo Rossi Sangria and I disclose and expose. I once lived at LuLu, a Noble place, but in Wilmington, Delaware they just call me lulu (look it up before you jump to conclusions). My Kentucky-born daughter is a collegiate math geek (at a different UD – go Blue Hens). Oh, what a complex variable Kelly weaves. She never learned to ride a bike, but you should see her deriving [sic]. My Delaware-born son is an aspiring sculptor in the artsy town of Bellefonte. Spot of tea? Sculpt, Baby, sculpt. John the Fourth has an ever-increasing appetite for all things edible, but he will also take broccoli when offered. My lone significant other spent the first half of his working career as a chemical engineer (go Engineers) and the second half as a tax attorney (go Quakers). Well, at least Jack can grow the occasional tomato and kept more than the occasional tooth. Hair, too. Who knows what the next half will bring, but it may be the pony-tailed Captain of the Kayak Pirates savaging the 9th Street South shoreline (Kirby’s Point to me). Though the searing threat of that doesn’t quite work with the Benjamin Graham books in tow, does it? (Jack always had an attraction for Grahams.) Perhaps I’ll just call him a Sea Rover. Rovers? Yes, I enjoy telling long tales (in case you hadn’t guessed) and raising tailless dogs. Boxers are best, especially a "Penny"-colored one with a perfect dish. Do Boxers ever stop playing? But I love a Johnson. Classic American Bulldog, that is. Ollie the fence jumper, by golly. Olivia for long. From canines to felines. My Havana Brown is Rooster Oh. His direct ancestors are with us, too: Mary Mo and Mocha Joe (he adding the "simonizer" to the Brown recipe). Rooster, Mary, and Mocha for short. Here guys, have a mouse before Ollie stomps on it. Speaking of roosters (the other kind), I enjoy painting them in a bikini on the Brigantine beach. Roosters . . . in bikinis. If you own a fancy one (a rooster, not a bikini), bring it down (up, over?) for me to paint. I collect iron door stops. And money. Other people’s. Just kidding. I also enjoy old jugs, as does Jack. Especially if they are full. Hence, the Carlo Rossi, as there be no Merlot for me either. I’ll take yesterday’s vintage. Not kidding this time. All this, all true – who’d a thunk it? Sue, you? Send Diane a MessageSend Diane a Message
Robert Haines
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Manager/Engineer Insaco Incorporated Separated 2
My daughter is now 24 and living in Hoboken. She is still into music and manages to sing quite a bit and has a job in the insurance industry as well. My son will be a senior at Shippensburg this year and is still enjoyiing the marching band there.

I am still very active with science fairs in our area as a judge and I started a fair in the Lehigh Valley 12 years ago which just hosted over 450 projects.
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Cheryl Hubing (Shannahan)
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Data Management for Merck & Co. Married 1
I met my husband at a wedding of mutual friends and have been married for 22 years. We lived in Portsmouth, NH for a few years and then returned to the Lansdale, PA area. I started working in the pharmaceutical industry shortly after returning to the area. My life these days is centered around my family and my 16 year old son's activities. Thanks to Bob Haines for setting up this awesome website. He's done a terrific job. Hope to see a lot of you on November 26th.
Charlie Johnston
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VP of Sales - Fire Protection Systems Married 2
I am so glad to see this website, nice to see the pictures. Sorry I couldn't make it to the 30th reunion - I was in Alabama visiting my wife's parents. 

That is me, the tall one next to my lovely wife in blue on the left, alittle heavier then my 'in shape' high school days [right], but still active in the fire service in Delaware [Rescue Captain/firefighter & EMT]. 

This picture is from my dad's Wissahickon Fire Company banquet, where he received his 50 year pin for active service - he got me started in the fire service back in 1973, to which I owe him a great deal [not to mention my only save  of an 18 month old girl on January 17, 2004 !!!

I have two children from my first wife of ten years, my daughter Brandi is married and living in Dover, DE [soon to be moving near Boston, MA]. My son Dan is going to be graduating from Columbia College in Chicago  this year - he is currently employed by the City of Chicago - Grant Park Theater.

After graduating UD, I received my Associates Degree at Delaware Technical & Community College in Newark, DE.  I was hired by PennDel Sprinkler company in 1977 - I then moved back to PA and worked for Grinnell Fire Protection in 1979 for 10 years.  I am currently the Vice President of Sales for Bear Industries in Newark, DE [largest merit shop sprinkler contractor in Delaware].

Hope to hear from you guys & girls.
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Larry Joseph
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Business Executive www.salespack.com Married
Uta (the beautiful lady with me at the last reunion) and I got married in May of 2009.  It's been a wonderful year and easy adjustment for this one time confirmed bachelor!  We hope to see you all at the next reunion.
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Robin Kramer (Secouler)
Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist Married 2
Married to an Upper Dublin grad(class of 1973) and both children graduates of UDHS - class of 2001 and class of 2005. Send Robin a MessageSend Robin a Message
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