In Memorium

Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some stay for a while, leave footprints on our hearts, and we are never ever the same.


Danny Baggett
Mike Brenner
Cindy Campbell
Cathy Carr
Linda Dailey
Thomas Donigan
Al Evenson
Steve Fenton
Bruce Ferguson
Charlie Fulps
Ronnie Goodman
Suzanne Grundman
Douglas Heckart
Barbara Herndon
Doug Hitchcock
Mary Holmes
Robert Houghton
Steve Hunter
Maryanne Hutchinson
Jackie Hyde
Mark Iennaco
Jeff Lettow
Melody Jessup
Skip Johnston
Ben Lucchese
Cheryl Malagarie
Patrice McMahon
Rob Moffitt
Lynne Phillips
Webb Porcher
Richard Peck
Steve Price
Bruce Richmond
Ken Risher
Bill Sarakos
Danny Satterfield
Don Shrader
Irving Skaff
Terri Sliney
John Stafford
Billy Stephens
George Van Name
Erik Whitehead
Bob Young
Tom Zandy
Always alive in our hearts.

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7 thoughts on “In Memorium

    • Mike ODonnell

      I fondly remember Cindy Campbell. We were in D.C.T. Club together. She was a riot. I think she was the first person to get me stoned, LOL.

    • Mike ODonnell

      I fondly remember Cathy Carr, Al Evenson, Maryanne Hutchinson, Terri Sliney, and Bob Young. Everyone knew Bill Sarakos. He was a character. I dated Maryanne and Terri in Jr. High School. Bob lived on the same street as me. He was the guy that always pulled these reunions together in the past. I don’t fondly remember Charlie Fulps. He beat the crap out of me in Jr. High School for no reason — a bit of a bully. Hopefully he grew out of it before meeting his maker. I vaguely remember John Stafford giving the speech at graduation, railing against the “man” and all the injustices in the world. As I recall, there was also a streaker at graduation who was chased around the school by the ROTC guys. What a riot. We did live in interesting times.

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      I went to Billy Stephen’s celebration of life a year or so ago. Hard to believe he is gone. There were so many people there to honor him. He is sorely missed. Rest in Peace Billy. ✝️

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      Cindy Campbell and I we’re very close and did our good share of partying. We were both Cindy’s and it’s just shocks me that she’s gone. Billy s a r a k o s and I were very close and we hung out quite a bit, we were good friends. I’m shocked by his death. God bless them both.

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      I see this list and these faces and it makes me so sad. I am very happy Barbara Herndon and I picked up where we left off after a much needed cooling off. She was out of control and I responded in kind. She had no idea , when she went into the hospital , it was going to be the very LAST time. I miss that crazy girl every day. They have my other friend listed as Melody Jessup. Melody Meguiar had been a friend since elementary school. She was not able to remember me when I finally tracked her down through her sister Pam (RIP PAM) but she did have a flash of me during one of my letters I sent to her. I am glad I continued to reach out. Bob Young and I talked whenever there was a reunion. He was such a funny guy. Very paranoid but you know, sometimes you have to be.

    • Patricia OKeefe

      Cathy Harmon Carr’s passing was a shocker. I visited her in the hospital days before she passed. We thought she would make it. Hard to believe she is gone even years later. I miss her sense of humor. Always the southern belle, Cathy I will forever hold onto your friendship and fond memories we have. She and I go back to elementary school. Our mothers were friends. Love you Cathy.

    • Patricia OKeefe

      I am sorry to hear of Bob’s passing right after Christmas. I was not aware that he was sick. Bob and I go way back. Our mothers were involved in the American Pen Women’s Society. Bob’s mom wrote children’s books. I have an autographed book called the Golden Spoon.
      Bob was unique in his own way. He set up trains outside his house in CB every Christmas.
      Bob was very dedicated in our reunions. Before he passed, around 4 years ago, he had asked me to lead the flock. At the time, I was way busy with a new counseling job. But, now I have retired so in honor of Bob, I will try to herd the minuteman cats to our 50th.
      Peace out Bob.

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