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Dec 2007->John Merlet:Maitland:The í68 Alumni:Reunions:>Wish everyone a Happy New Year, 2008, and also wish to see you all at 4 more Reunions, at least! All I can say is, Iím not this old!!


Mar 2008->Cecil Bothwell:Asheville, NC:All:Hello:> Across the years and miles ... sort of stunning that 40 years have swept by. "Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans." Indeed. Hope to make it for this one. In more technologically innocent days I patched together the Web connection for the, hmm, 30th? Glad to see that you folks have picked up the torch. Rock on.


For Jeff Schofield: (1949-2008)


         If you have not heard, Jeff Schofield passed away this past weekend. I had heard he had been hospitalized about 10 days ago, and I am unaware of any more details. My father actually got the message from "Becky" (I assume Becky Robinson?) and called me last night.
Sorry to pass along this sad news.
Best regards,
Rick Proctor


         This is so very sad - he certainly will be remembered at the reunion!!!!

Peppy Piel Surasky


         I knew Jeff from elementary school through high school; in fact, he was the only person I knew that long.  Fond memories.


Kathryn Sullivan (Susan Gilmore)


         This is so very sad...

my heart is with his family...

peace..syl deal campbell


         Please give my deepest sympathy to Amy and will certainly be praying for her and the family at this time. I remember good ole Jeff in High School. My memory of him was that he always had a smile on his face and showed a positive attitude in life. He was a great guy and I'm sure we all feel his loss, but he is now Heaven's gain!

Here in South China we will be remembering the memorial service at 5:00 - 6:00 pm EST.

May our dear Brother rest in peace!

John & Suzanna Hyrons


P.S. John 11:25.... Jesus said, "I am the Resurrection and the life. He who believes in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live!"


         This is really sad... 

I'm really sorry to hear of Jeff's passing.  I knew him from all the way back to the 4th grade when we were at Brookshire Elementary. I will say a prayer for him and his family.   

Carlene Weber


         I am so sorry to hear about Jeff......this is certainly a reminder of our own fragile mortality.

Don Mclean


         He was a great guy and made me feel welcome in my only year at WPHS.

Gene Marshall


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July 2008->Patty DeFilipps:Oviedo:Jeff Schofield>I went to the service for Jeff. I will miss him dearly as I know you all will.


September 2008 >Tim Bailey:Mt Plymouth, FL:A Brief Moment in History>To all my friends:Thank you for making the last three days so great.It is said that you can not turn back time but this weekend disproved that.I am sure you all agree with me that it was great seeing "old" friends.So many of you traveled so far and your spouses endured so much of our "do you remember" talk.Thank you all. John, Bill and Roy (and spouses) thanks for making this the best reunion.I have not talked with Trice Eddie or Lee but my vote is that the group that put this reunion on be reelected to put the next reunion together (hint change nothing).I did not have the chance to talk with any of you enough so you can look forward to hearing from me in the future.With that said I would encourage all of you to take advantage of the excel spreadsheet that includes e-mails and snail mail information.What a great group of friends!If any of you get up to the Mt Dora area please feel free to call us.Tim


August 2011 > Nancy Nubar : Lake Mary, FL : Passing of a fine WPHS teacher> Just wanted to post that Mary Jane Squires passed away this week in Orlando.  She inspired me to become an English teacher myself, and I taught for 37 years before I retired.  Pehaps some of you remember her class.....for the times, she was very progressive and her World Literature class opened many new doors for me.  Every so often, she "rewarded" us with a free period listening to the modern popular poetry of Rod McKuen, set to soothing music.  She taught at WP for 30 years.  I will never forget her.  Nancy Nubar