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•   Larry Smithson  2/20
•   James Stoops  2/13
•   Wilma Little (Stoops)  2/13
•   Clark Chapin  1/15
•   David McGuire  1/2
•   Brian Foust  1/1
•   Dennis Dodge  1/1
•   Lynette Thayer  12/31
•   Peter Bender  11/23
•   Patricia Heinrich (Nowak)  10/31
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5 live in Alabama
13 live in Arizona
1 lives in Arkansas
9 live in California
2 live in Colorado
15 live in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
2 live in Illinois
3 live in Indiana
3 live in Kentucky
1 lives in Louisiana
1 lives in Maine
1 lives in Maryland
188 live in Michigan
2 live in Missouri
5 live in Montana
1 lives in Nevada
2 live in New Hampshire
1 lives in New Mexico
1 lives in New York
4 live in North Carolina
3 live in Ohio
3 live in Oregon
4 live in Pennsylvania
1 lives in South Carolina
2 live in Tennessee
3 live in Texas
1 lives in Vermont
3 live in Virginia
2 live in Washington
1 lives in West Virginia
2 live in Ontario
1 lives in Sweden
73 location unknown
47 are deceased


•   Karen Upton (Chapin)  2/22
•   Linda Szakaly (DiVeto)  2/23
•   Jean O'Donnell (Fannin)  2/25
•   Diane Wheeler (Schou)  2/27
•   Timothy Strong  3/2
•   Dennis Shelley  3/4
•   Carole Overholt (Brooks)  3/5
•   Karen Burke (Grzenkowicz)  3/7
•   Jeffrey Jacobs  3/9
•   Patricia Heinrich (Nowak)  3/11
•   Christopher Behler  3/15
•   Patricia Vojcek (Kabel)  3/17
•   Daniel Robinson  3/18
•   William "Biff" Leonard  3/21
•   Cathy Miller (Hartzel)  3/22


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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 45.2%

A:   164   Joined
B:   199   Not Joined

Plymouth High School
Class of 1967

New Age Decade

Since Roger talks about being 69, who is the first one of us to turn the 70 age? I agree, I can't believe 69. How fortunate we are to be able to do the things we are doing. Let's enjoy this new age!laugh  

Remembering a great weekend one year ago!  Exceeded all our expectations & made a lot of memories!


OMG! 69!! How did we get this old? I remember standing up in front of the full metal dashboard a lot of the way to my grandparent's home's in southern Ohio (349 miles) and not getting killed. I remember my grandmother's funeral in 1952, like yesterday.

In retrospect, if I would have known how quickly Saturday evening would go by I would have attended Sat. afternoon also.

On a day to day basis, I don't recognize my own age so much, and when I walked into the room on the evening of our reunion my first thought was, "Wow, I've walked into an AARP convention." But before a very few minutes we were all the same age again. If all this seems screwy to a lot of you, it comes from a person who has never been married. None of the regular time markers, marriage, kids, kids going of to college, grandkids, home computers, cellphones, etc. Ahh, I'm pretty computer and cell phone literate.

It was good to see you all. - Roger Knowlton

Here's a new question - answer me this - "I will always remember. . ." Go under Member Chatter and add your memory.

Words of Wisdom. . .

Ah, if we only knew then what we know now. . . We have added a new question on the Profile page.  From your 68 years of living, what is one piece of knowledge you feel you have learned that you would pass along to future generations?  This may take some thought. . . We would like to gather your responses and at our next get-together (year 55?) have these formated.  Gosh, with all the choices I have made, which do I feel I would want to pass along?  Happy thinkingsurprise

Post Your Pictures

To put your pictures on Drop Box:

Down Load the Drop Box App

Email Glenn at: and request access to drop box account

Alfter Glenn emails you back with log in info: Go to internet bowser and enter ""

Click on "sign in" box and enter:

Password:  Plyouthmi67

Load the pictures you took and see what others took.  Have trouble:  Contact Glenn

Have Fun!!

           Our Veterans Brick Installation Scheduled

Our 1967 brick for the Veterans Memorial HAS been installed.  A picture is on the Plymouth 67 facebook site. It is llocated on the main walkway by the pillers on Church St. This is a great way for our class to honor our veterans and that period of our country.  When in  town, be sure and look for it!

There is Chatter under the new FB link:  Plymouth High School Class of '67

Join, and it's a great way to find classmates.  Thanks Wilma to setting this up  enlightened