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on 01/21/2015 at 21:37
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I am a Viet Nam Vet from Iowa. In 1969 i was getting ready to deploy for Viet Nam. I had and old friend that took me to a Lakewood HS get together. I met a great person who stayed in touch with me through letters while in Viet Nam. We also kept in touch while i was in college when i got out of the service. Last March while in DC i was standing at the Wall thinking of the people that were so kind to keep in touch while I was deployed. That kindness and those letters kept me going through the tough times while deployed. I don't know if I ever thanked her but if anyone from the class of 69 at Lakewood High School keeps in contact with Linda Maurstad please pass this message on . The kindness and her taking the time out to write i have never forgotten. To Linda Maurstad class of 69 at Lakewood High School.....Thank You.
     
on 01/04/2015 at 07:31
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Hi everyone! Was just sitting here, after watching an old movie, and thought of all of you and how it was back then. What a bunch of freaks we were. Didn't anyone teach us anything about life, what to do, how to handle things, get through what comes our way, how to get the Sxxt of us when we step in it. I didn't hang out with many, did not know my last name was JEWISh and was being discriminated against. Just spent most of my time alone, or with all the jewish guys who I would somehow find. Seriously, I have memories of those days and remember certain people in life I knew would go far. Sorry to hear about Louis Zingery, but would loved to have been a part of his life. My sister Barbara Scheinfeld passed away in August of 2010 and I have sent the information, but for some reason nobody every gets it. She was in the class of '69. I would love to hear from any of you, regardless of how much we knew each other because I was one of those kids that knew you even if you didn't know me. I watched, listened, caatorgorized, low-riders, social country club, racers, surfers...I was and still am very adaptable and loved knowing each and every one of you. You were all like grandkids, so completely different, yet so wonderul in each of your personalities and ways. Anyone remembere Bancroft Junior High. Where are you Chris Beaumont....I still think you might be around the next corn4er. You were a wonderful girl, so smart, so pretty, - markscheinfeld@gmail.com
 
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