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Michael Shultz
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Cheryl Brodkin (Silverman)
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Sales Associate - Von Maur Married 2 3 1 The usual things a young girl did back in the 60's! Went to college, met "the one", got married, had the requisite number of children (2), one of each gender, went to work after children began high school so we could afford to send them to college. Proudly watched my children grow up to be way more responsbile than I ever was, and still am amazed that I don't look or act like a grandma of three! My husband Larry and I have done a fair amount of traveling in the USA and abroad; looking forward to our 45th anniversary when we plan a Mediterranean Cruise. Life is good! Best memories are the friends I made and am still close to: Gail Portman, Davida Singer, Phyllis Oliver, Judy Brenner and Madeline Jerwick. My worst memory at Southwest was watching others make fun of and being disrespectful to the French teacher, Ms. McCloud. That poor woman deserved a medal for putting up with us "spoiled brats"! Ms Torbert, Algebra I, was my nightmare teacher and Ms. Varney, Senior English, was certifiable crazy after I graduated! I was so lucky to have her for Jr and Sr years. Our days at Southwest were idyllic, happy and safe. It was a different world. Fifty years have taken a toll on each of us. I look forward to meeting and catching up with everyone at the reunion. See you then!
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Davida Singer
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Larry Small
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Retired 2 None (yet) 1 It’s obvious that a great many of our classmates who have taken the opportunity to tell us about their lives over the past 50 years have either amassed impressive academic credentials, exceptional careers, or both. In addition they have all engaged in a lot of really interesting activities over the course of their lives. Alas, I do not fall into any of those categories. After high school I received a B.S. in Marketing from UCLA where the highlight of my college career was winning the intramural doubles ping pong championship. To be totally fair, my partner was really good and did most of the heavy lifting while I just basically basked in the glory. Went on to get an MBA at Mizzou, which was briefly interrupted by six months of active duty in the Army reserves. (Who knew that that 2-S deferment had an expiration date!) After college I worked for several different organizations, most of which are no longer around. My final position, which lasted for 26 years until I retired, was with a not-for-profit media trade association where I was in charge of marketing and research. The job took me from St. Louis to Detroit and finally Denver where my wife and I have lived since 1996. The closest I have come to writing a book is developing a plethora of PowerPoint presentations, and the most interesting thing that I have done is giving those presentations at conferences in Asia, South America and Europe. However, to be honest, most of the attendees either had no idea what I was talking about or were sleeping. Since I have been retired, I volunteer at an animal shelter and my most noteworthy accomplishment is that I have successfully passed two kidney stones. Life is good. To be serious for a minute, I have been married to the same wonderful woman for 37 years and we have two beautiful daughters ages 29 and 27. Our older daughter is a TV reporter for the ABC affiliate in Springfield, Mo. and our younger daughter is in the Physicians Assistant’s program at Emory University in Atlanta. Best Memory: Drivers’ Ed. Be honest now. Wasn’t turning 16 and getting your driver’s license one of the highlights of your high school career? I tried to break the land speed record one Friday night on Ward Pkwy in a ’55 Ford Fairlane when you could fill up your car for less than $3. Ah, the good old days! Worst memory: That would be a tossup between swimming class where, if I recall correctly, it was easy to distinguish the men from the boys, and Ms. Schroer’s English class where a misplaced or omitted comma would earn you an automatic i+ on your essay.
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