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May 17, 2022 at 3:33 AM
Dec 11, 2021 at 12:16 PM

Very happy birthday (tough time of year to have a birthday, but I am sure you are used to it now!).

Nov 23, 2021 at 10:39 AM

Hi, Tom
Happy Birthday!
Our son and family live in Austin, where he is principal of Lee Elementary.
Hope you have a great birthday and Thanksgiving

Nov 01, 2021 at 12:20 PM

Happy birthday drummer boy. Those were the days. Hope you are doing well. I wish you good health, many fine adventures (no, we are not too old for adventures like finding your car keys or your glasses which are resting on top of your head, etc.

Ginny Bayers Herzog posted a message. New comment added.
Oct 31, 2021 at 8:19 PM

Posted on: Dec 18, 2020 at 4:56 PM

Does anyone remember Carol Sue Wing (Schreiber) from our class? Her obituary appeared in the Strib last weekend and listed her as being a graduate of our class, however she did not appear in our yearbook or commencement program. I have added Carol to our In Memory page, along with her photo. Perhaps someone will recognize and remember her. To my knowledge, she is the first of our classmates to die of Covid 19.

Carol Sue (Wing) Schreiber·         Schreiber, Carol Sue Wing Died from Covid 19, November 29, 2020 in Willmar, MN. She is survived by husband of 50 years, Michael Schreiber and son, Leroy. Carol is also survived by brother Richard Wing, (Stephanie) and sister Cindy Hoyny, (John), many nieces and nephews. Carol was born in Minneapolis August of 1946 and graduated from Edina High School, 1964. Carol attended the Abbott Hosp. School of Nursing graduating in 1967. Carol went on to work for Abbott Hosp. and HCMC. Any memorials may be directed to a local Animal Humane Society location. Private burial with a Summer memorial is planned.Published on December 13, 2020

Oct 07, 2021 at 11:53 AM

I was saddened to hear of the recent loss of our classmate, Diane Dillner Zollars. Diane notified us last year that she was diagnosed with lymphoma cancer. She lived a full and busy life. My condolences to her family and friends.

Jul 14, 2021 at 5:37 PM

A celebration of life will be held for our classmate, Tom Anderson, who passed away last September 25, 2020.

Friday August 6th at 12:00
Wooddale Church
6630 Shady Oak Rd
Eden Prairie

There will be a lite lunch served at 1:00

Mark Brandow has left an In Memory comment for Michael H. Anderson.
Jun 29, 2021 at 8:19 AM

This is a sad loss- Mike was so engaged in the larger world & development overseas. We shared the Peace Corps Volunteer life early on, both in Malaysia, but it formed a bond that stayed with us. He often shared what was going on in the Friends Of Malaysia group he belonged to, encouraging my participation. His career gave him a unique insight to World Affairs- he was a valued friend for many of us. Rest In Peace.




Ginny Bayers Herzog posted a message. New comment added.
Jun 23, 2021 at 7:12 PM

Posted on: Jun 22, 2021 at 11:38 AM

We received very sad news from Gail Hughes that her lifelong friend, our classmate, Mike Anderson died suddenly yesterday, June 21, while boarding an Amtrak train from Washington D.C. to NYC. More information is posted on the In Memory page for Michael H. Anderson. Sincerest condolences to his family and friends.

Mar 28, 2021 at 9:59 AM

not only a classmate but a neighbor...I also remember his folks and the service sad to hear this news...

Kenton Nakken posted a message. New comment added.
Mar 13, 2021 at 10:28 AM

Posted on: Mar 20, 2020 at 3:54 PM

Happy Birthday Old Buddy
I flew back to Minnesota for Thanksgiving but I was in Southwest Colorado(Southfork) in August. Are you near there??

Ginny Bayers Herzog posted a message. New comment added.
Feb 07, 2021 at 11:49 AM

Posted on: Sep 06, 2018 at 10:40 PM

Welcome to our class website, Jane! We’re glad you have joined us. You will probably be able to find many of your old friends. I am the administrator for the website so let me know if you have any questions, by using the contact button.

By the way, I just arrived in St Louis tonight and will be exhibiting my paintings at the St Louis Art Fair this weekend. If you happen to come to the show, please stop by and say hi.
Ginny Bayers Herzog- booth 309. Again, welcome and we hope you’ll enjoy the website.

Jan 30, 2021 at 12:09 AM

Welcome to our website, Dale! There’s lots to explore on the site. We hope you’re able to reconnect with some of your old friends.

Jan 04, 2021 at 8:59 AM

I remember Carol Wing. She was my wonderful friend in junior high school. I don't remember her at Edina in senior high, but perhaps she completed her studies there in a different way. I know her family was having some difficulties and she spent a lot of time at her uncle's house. I remember that picture of her in her nurse's uniform. She always wanted to be a nurse. Sounds like she made a wonderful career of her work. She was a great friend with whom I lost touch when she stopped going to school. I am so sorry to hear she passed away.  I remember many happy times with them. We had fun together and were typical "junior high kids" as I recall.  I remember spending nights at her house and going to her uncle's house and getting something for lunch first at the local convenience store.  She was a very nice girl who always had a desire to be a nurse.  By the sounds of it, she had a good, long marriage and I hope she was always happy.  She was a good friend, and we lost touch after she no longer attended school.  I don't remember anything else. 

 I certainly feel bad about her death from Covid and wonder if that was a direct result of her work as a nurse, caring for others. And her obituary mentions that if anyone wants to give a memorial in her honor to an animal rights group, that would be fitting.  I smiled because animal rights are paramount to me. 

Barbara Mortenson Ware

Michael H. Anderson posted a message. New comment added.
Dec 19, 2020 at 11:07 PM

Posted on: Nov 23, 2020 at 11:22 AM

I clearly remember that tragic November 1963 day in Edina High and American history. I was in study hall, probably dozing off after lunch, when the shocking announcement of the JFK assassination down in Dallas came across the PA. I think it was about 130 pm. Believe classes continued on schedule for rest of the day but no one, of course, could focus on the day's lesson.

I cannot re call watching any live TV while in school, but over the weekend and thru the JFK funeral I was glued to TV, probably to Channel 4 WCCO, which carried Walter Cronkite's CBS newscasts.

Many of our generation were affected and inspired by President Kennedy. At least three members of our class joined the U.S. Peace Corps, which Kennedy had established. Several years after our graduation, Gail Hughes became a Volunteer in Lesotho in southern Africa, and both Mark Brandow and I became Volunteers in Malaysia in Southeast Asia. I suspect all three of us would agree that serving in the Peace Corps was a life-changing, very positive event or experience in our young lives.

The Peace Corps remains alive and well, and this year marks its 60th anniversary. At the moment, due to the pandemic, all Volunteers have been brought back home from their assignments in some 60 developing countries. But there are plans to get Volunteers back out to host countries as soon as health and security concerns permit.