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01/31/18 01:54 PM #985    

 

Tommy Schwartz

David,

With all the amplifiers we were blasting thru on a daily/nightly basis, most people could hear us a mile away.  Don't ya miss those days of playing loud music for a living?  You need to come to Florida and play some music with us.  We still do it pretty much everyday but just not as loud.


02/01/18 10:32 AM #986    

 

Garry Morrison

Sounds like U guys had a great time !

I never had a band but I only turned the Volume in 1

direction and that wasn't down . Tommy thanks for 

asking , the weather is KOOL :)) very BRRRR, but I chose

to live here #$%^ and the winters always make me think of 

and wish I were back in good old FP.

Everyone stay warm and healthy :) 


02/01/18 11:18 AM #987    

 

Gary McCollum (McCollum)

aloha from kona

it has been cold hear also down in the mid 70's long tee shirt  weather. good for the  old bones.


02/01/18 02:02 PM #988    

 

David Barnes

Yup Tommy, I miss those loud amp days as well

we sure had allot of fun....lets do it again laugh....

at least you still have it cranked up a bit, wish I was there,

c-ya


02/03/18 05:38 PM #989    

 

Tommy Schwartz

https://www.wptv.com/news/region-st-lucie-county/fort-pierce/fort-pierce-man-dies-in-single-vehicle-crash

I just saw this link on Channel 5's web site and am praying it's not our classmate Roger Odom although it sounds like it may be. The article calls him a Fort Pierce man 66 years old.  Roger never joined our website but I used to see him in the hardware store next to Frankie's & Johnnie's. 

 

 


02/03/18 06:15 PM #990    

 

Barbara Cleveland (Sinbine)

I was just watching the news and they reported that Roger Odom, 66, of Tangelo Dr, Fort Pierce, was killed in a single vehicle accident last night on Okeechobee Rd.   I can’t help but believe this is the Roger who graduated with us.   Even if it’s not, my prayers go out to his family and friends.

 


02/03/18 06:19 PM #991    

 

Barbara Cleveland (Sinbine)

Sorry, Tommy, I started typing and got interrupted, so a delay in posting.   I see you thought the same thing.  


02/04/18 07:37 PM #992    

 

Linda Walters (Hays)

Just seeing this post.....I haven't seen anything in the local paper. Roger came to our last reunion and we had a wonderful time catching up on old times.  He was always a little quiet but so kind.   Soar high our Eagle friend~~!


02/04/18 08:12 PM #993    

Thelma Green (Tipton)

Yes, this is the Roger Odom that graduated with your class. No info on arrangements as of yet, that I know of. His children will be handling things...according to his sister in law. His mother, Doris, was cafeteria manager for many years.

02/05/18 11:44 AM #994    

 

Jimmie Anne Nourse (Haisley)

Arrangements are being made today at Haisley Funeral home. 


02/06/18 11:53 AM #995    

Gregory Simmons

I WILL MISS SEEING ROGER AND HAVING HIM HELP ME WHEN I WOULD STOP AT SEWELL HARDWARE IN VERO BEACH, HE KNEW THE HARDWARE BUSINESS, IT WAS A  SPECIAL TIME WHEN WE HAD 5 MINUTES TO TALK ABOUT THE GOOD OLE DAYS, THANK YOU ROGER, GOD BLESS YOU,

GREG SIMMONS


02/06/18 03:58 PM #996    

 

Garry Morrison

I have Posted Rogers entire OBIT on the In Memory Page.

Below is the time and date of Visitation and Burial.

 

Visitation will be held on Saturday, February 10, 2018 from 10-11 AM with a service to follow at 11AM at Haisley Funeral Home, Fort Pierce. Roger will be laid to rest at White City Cemetery following services. 

 

 


02/19/18 08:24 AM #997    

 

Tommy Schwartz

I was very saddened this morning when I opened my email and found that Richard Parker, Class of 1970 had passed away.  He will be missed I am sure by his family, class, and by our class as well.  He has always been a major contributor to our class website.  You will be missed Richard, or should I say Dick.  He always told me that the only place he was called Richard was on here. 

Rest in Peace Eagle


02/19/18 09:58 AM #998    

 

Garry Morrison

Richard Parker was truely dedicated to DMHS !

Not just his class of 1970 but to all DMHS Classes

and FP Central High School Classes as well !

He had a passion for story telling and for writing

(Richard's Ramblings), and also had a passion for bringing people together

for Class Reunions, Birthday Parties and the most recent Multi Class Reunion

@ Jimmie and Ricks this past year (2017) !

RIP Richard and know U will be missed !

 

 


02/20/18 08:13 AM #999    

 

Jimmie Anne Nourse (Haisley)

Rick and I were deeply saddened to learn of Richard’s passing. He was truly dedicated to all of his eagle friends. Our heart aches for his family. We had lots of laughs on partnering with the website and he often talked me through my frustrations with the site. We visited him in Alabama and he was so proud of his entrepreneurial development. I so wish we could have more time on this earth with him. God must have big plans for him. The class of 70 is asking for everyone to find a quiet place on Wednesday at 9:00 am for a collective prayer. Let’s all dedicate ourselves to joining in this special tribute to Richard. Many hugs to all of you. 


04/09/18 01:50 PM #1000    

 

Garry Morrison

“It is never too late to be who you might have been.”




04/19/18 12:49 PM #1001    

 

Garry Morrison

Boy this is a tough croud, what about this?

Any Takers ?



 


04/20/18 07:25 AM #1002    

 

Barbara Cleveland (Sinbine)

No brilliant words of inspiration.    But I can say “Good Morning” to you all and tell you how blessed I feel to be here to do so.   May each of you have a wonderful day!

 


04/22/18 11:17 AM #1003    

 

Tommy Schwartz

Dear Class of 1969

A few of us have been talking (yes, we understand all about the "sunshine law") about what to do and who will be the organizer of our 50th Class Reunion.  Yes, I realize it has snuck up on us and we wouldn't have even thought about it if the Class of 1970 hadn't already been talking about organizing theirs.  Well they have set a date and they are a year after us so that means we need to do some serious talking and thinking.

To make a long story short, we need somebody who would like to be the chairman or organizer for this event.  In the past, most of the same people have handled the weight of this and at this point are loaded down with things they have going on.  This is a chance for someone who has all of a sudden realized that they need something to do now that they are retired to keep busy for a while.  Of course at the same time becoming a hero to the rest of the class.

Please take this to heart and reply on this forum if you think you would like the job or if you have any ideas to make this a successful event.  Or, if there is something that you think should be changed from the ways of the past.  This is your class and your forum.  Please help us hash this out so that we all feel good about it,  We are open to all suggestions and ideas.

Thanks,

Tommy

 


04/22/18 12:46 PM #1004    

 

Garry Morrison

Great Tommy ,

I volinteer to assist whomever Chairs the committee

in any capacity needed !


04/22/18 01:54 PM #1005    

 

Anita Beaver (Sloan)

Hey Tommy. Our 50th is definitely a milestone that hopefully everyone from our 1969 class will try to get involved in or at least make every effort to attend. I work part-time but I would be willing to "help" whomever would like to take on this huge adventure. (Any takers??)  Maybe you could put out a request to get feedback from everyone about the time of year that would best suit everyone to come to the class reunion. (ie: June or Oct. etc.or anything in between) That way maybe we could accomodate the "majority" of our classmates. What do you think? Keep us posted. Thanks again for all your help in getting the word out to all of us. It is appreciated very much!


04/22/18 03:04 PM #1006    

Patty Ward (Bieber)

​​​HELLO EVERYONE IVE BEEN VERY BUSY SINCE I RETIRED.ID LOVE TO PLAN THE FUN FOR OUR 50TH REUNION.I HAVE A COOL IDEA HOW ABOUT FRI NIGHT MINGLE WITH A SAT NIGHT DINNER AND DANCING ETC SENIOR PROM NIGHT,SINCE WE ARE ALL SENIORS.I THINK IT WOULD BE GREAT. I KNOW SOME OF YOU ARENT INTO DRESSING UP BUT THIS IS A SPECIAL YEAR.GIVE ME FEED BACK IF YOU AGREE OR NOT.ILL HAVE TO GET WITH  JIMMIE ANN AND RICK TO SEE IF WE CAN GET THE PELCIAN FOR A VENUE AGAIN , SUNDAY BRUNCH NOT SURE WHERE YET , GO EAGLES  ID NEED LOTS OF HELP.NEED FEEDBACK ON DATE ALSO.GO EAGLES SENIOR PROM


04/22/18 08:12 PM #1007    

 

Tommy Schwartz

Class

This site has a survey creator and I think we should utilize it in the preliminary planning of this reunion.  In the next few days we will create a survey and everyone will be asked to please reply to it whether you plan on attending or not.  We will include questions as to type of venue, price, number of days, food, etc.  It will very helpful to at least say "yes" "no" or "maybe" even if you don't answer the rest of the survey questions just so we have some idea of how many will be attending.  We have been offered a free hall that seats 70 if our numbers don't exceed that.  It is being very graciously offered by Rick and Jimmie Anne.

Please watch your email in the next few days for the invitation to complete the survey.  We will be getting it ready in a few days.

Thanks,

Tommy


04/22/18 10:20 PM #1008    

 

Garry Morrison

Yep let the Survey Roll :))


04/23/18 02:06 PM #1009    

 

Anita Beaver (Sloan)

Great idea about the survey, Tommy.  At least that will give everyone a chance to let the chairperson and committee know what the majority prefers. 


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