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Hi friends! February 8th 2003, Whiskey River wrap up:
Many thanks to Dan Brennan for giving us all a good reason to get out on a Wednesday night! It was a nice group that ventured out for a relaxing evening of good conversation, dinner and drinks. Thanks Dan for picking up the tab!!! The weather was mild for getting out. 45 degrees here in Rochester with no wind, rain or snow!
Who was there:
Stu Chait, Sherri Cohn and Chuck, Dan Brennan and his sister Peggy (class of 1977), Marc Wasserman, Todd Black, Gary Jones, Kathy Gurnett, Jean Zollo, Rob Remilen, Mike Lodato, Debbie Shepler (a friend of class of 1975), Beth Borelli and Ron
Remember to put our "INDIAN SUMMER 48" picnic on your calendars!
Saturday June 17th 2023
Our class Holiday get together this year at Whiskey River Pub and Grill on River St was a huge success with 40 classmates, spouses and friends attending.
Jan Giovati's famous holiday lunch was also a fabulous time. Jan certainly out does herself and creates a wonderful experience for our lady indians! Every year we get a few more lady indians to join in the fun. Ellen Schindler, Nancy Sengle and Vickie Marzouk were the newbies this year making the luncheon total 22. Our holiday fund raiser raised $215 and 10 bags of groceries! I was overwhelmed with the donations! We even had donations from classmates that didn't attend the lunch at Jan's. Thanks fellas!
We've chosen the date of Saturday June 17th for "Indian Summer 48" pending confirmation of the lodge which can't be reserved until January.
We hope to see you at one of these events!
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We had a great time on Saturday June 18th 2022 for "Indian Summer 47" at the Acorn Lodge In Durand Eastman Park. I think this year's picnic was the best attended reunion/picnic we have had thus far.
The food was great: pulled chicken sliders on King’s Hawaiian rolls and maple glazed salmon. Thanks to Stu Chait for bringing a portable restaurant and doing all the work cooking the main course. The dishes that classmates bought were also above and beyond. Thanks to y'all!
Here are 2 different angles on our group picture. Diffrent people are blocked, have shadows on their faces, etc.
Far left across the way back: Bob Thompson, Vickie Marzouk, Mindy Winterman, Todd Black, Roger Cowan (Ro's husband}, Scott Sigel, Stu Chait (white hat), Dan Brennan (blue hat), Mike Lodato, Jordan and Betsy Kubick, Phil Parcells, Jim Troicke, Steve Olesiuk. Middle-ish row: Plaid shirt Don Travis, Jeanne travers in the shadows, Rosemary Oliveri in front of Jeanne, Beth Herzog, Bob Nicholson, Mike Butler, John Heiman, Nancy Sengle, Esther Marzouk, Alla Feldman, Sherri Cohn, Janet Marzec, Anne Dertinger, Carol Blaze, Sue and Tony Oliveri, Dave Levine. !st row: Laura Wilder (Bob Thompson's wife), Sharon Keating, Robin Derman, Beth Gaylord, Sue Anne Brown and John Kawecki .
Also save the date July 11, 2022 for the annual
Hardware Harry open, hosted by Todd Black.
- Click the tab on the left.
Please note Todd's new email address:
2021 HOLIDAY PARTY,
Friday December 10th at Whiskey River Pub and Grill.
We had a fantastic, fun time!
Our picnic at Durand on Saturday August 21st 2021 was wonderful!
O'Loughlin's 7/16/21 mini reunion wrap up:
It was a nice evening. Temps in the low 70's and the rain held off!
Mark Biernbaum, Carol Blaze, Sue Anne Brown, Chuck Coburn, Sherri Cohn/Chuck, Cindy Crary, Robin Derman, Beth Gaylord/Ron, Mitch Gissin, Brad Goater, Kathy Gurnett, John Heiman, Beth Herzog/Bob, Bob Hunt, Gary Jones, John Kawecki, Sharon Keating/Dan, Frank Levin/Shelly, Mike Lodato, Sharon Magin, Esther Marzouk, Nadia Marzouk, Vicki Marzouk, Bev McKallip, Bob Morgan, Bob Nicholson, Nancy Sengle, Scott Sigel, Dave Streiff, Jeanne Travers/Dan, Jeremy Tuke, Jim Villa/Cheryl, Marc Wasserman/Wendy, Mindy Winterman/Mike and Jean Zollo
35 classmates + 9 spouses = 44 in all!
Bev McKallip married Bob Nicholson
Sue Anne Brown married John Kawecki
Frank Levin came in from Arizona
Chuck Coburn came in from Illinois
The Marzouks are not sisters but cousins
Jeremy Tuke arrived via his classic car Modene
John Heiman restored a Lyman wooden boat named "Knot Again" and ferried classmates Sharon Keating, Bambi Kleehamer and Mike Lodato up the Genesee River to the Driving Park Falls in the morning before the mini. What a treat!
What a great class we have! We are very fortunate!
Please try to come to "Indian Summer 46"!
Be well and stay well!
12-6-19: It was a fun night at O'Loughlin's.
If we didn't forget anyone we had 26 classmates and 5 spouses for a grand total of 31 wonderful friends!
Who was there you ask? Let's see...
Beth Herzog Cindy Crary Gina Muto Patsy McBride
Sharon Keating and Dan Al Kerstein Scott Sigel
Jeanne Travers and Dan Julie Dick and Jim Stu Chait
Steve Olesiuk Tony Gianforte Mitch Gissin Mike Lodato
Kathy Gurnett Greg Taconi Beth Gaylord and Ron
Bev McKallip Bob Nicholson Janet Marzec
Marc Wasserman and Wendy Mindy Winterman and Mike
Alla Feldman Ray LeCesse Wesley VanKeuren
Jeremy Tuke Laurie Brayer
We had a fun and successful Indian Summer 44,
Saturday June 8th 2019 in Durand Eastman Park, Acorn Lodge. The weather was perfect, we had wonderful food, and lots of good new and old friends. Check back as we post more pictures from the picnic.
Thanks to our classmates who donated to our class via the Pay Pal website! A Class of '75 brick was purchased and installed in the IHS courtyard in 2014. Thanks to Bambi Kleehamer for the idea and to Sharon Keating for taking care of the business!
"Death can show us the way, for when we know and understand completely that our time on this Earth is limited, and that we have no way of knowing when it will be over, then we must live each day as if it were the only one we had.
Life is so fragile; EVERY DAY IS A GIFT . . ."
This page lists the names of our deceased alumni. We have very limited information regarding the dates or circumstances of their passing as well as where their path took them after IHS up until their passing.
If any of our information is incorrect or you have information concerning these alumni; please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We were saddened to learn of their passing; so this webpage was created so that we can pay tribute to their memory and to know that they will not be forgotten.
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"To live in hearts we leave behind, Is not to die."
from the Jim Badger collection
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Thank you. Enjoy the site!! Phil Parcells