A Baby Boomer's Scrapbook
said this in my yearbook:
Yes, I guess
we finally did make it after all these years.
(Kindergarden -12th). It's been a pleasure knowing such
a sweet person as you. Good luck in whatever you do.
reality, it was Judy that was the sweet person and the pleasure of knowing
her was all mine.
and I went to school together from the first grade until we graduated. I
probably should remember more but the things I remember most about Judy
are the things that I donít remember.
may sound odd but what I mean is, I donít remember her ever saying an
unkind word or doing and unkind thing. I donít remember her ever getting
angry or even speaking in a loud voice. She was always quiet and polite
and, although perhaps a little shy, always friendly. To everyone.
best is, from her emails to me over the last couple of years, she hasnít
changed a bit.
from the 1989 Class of 1964 reunion:
to Delta for one year. Worked at the Midland Hospital as nurse aide, went
to business school. Worked at J.C. Penney, got married in 1967. Worked at
Chemical Bank in Midland. Moved to Wyandotte in 1968. Worked at Wyandotte
Savings Bank. First born, Paul, in 1970 and second born in 1972. Went into
foster parent program thanks to the example of David and Sally Schneider
in 1975. Have four more children. Have had over 25 children in our home.
Also did child-care during this time. Am now almost out of child care and
am working part time as a doctor's assistant, something i've always wanted
job, volleyball and hobbies occupy most of my time.
crafts, sweepstakes or contesting, coupons and outdoor activities.
and to get all the children through school.
him through a friend at a drive-in in Bay City. Started dating in May,
engaged in October and married in January. Our best man and maid-of-honor
married a short time after we did. We all started dating at the same time.
They have since divorced and remarried others.
Smith: fifth grade teacher. She made us memorize mottos, which we had to
talk about the meaning, which affected us, mostly subconsciously, and
about how to treat others. Mr. Christenson; he taught us about being
adults. Mrs. Davis; gave me confidence to go to college. Miss Sundias;
D.C., Florida, Alabama, Canada and parts of the Upper Peninsula. My first
time on an airplane was this spring to Las Vegas.
since January 21, 1967. Won a trophy for a three-person volleyball
tournament. Our oldest son graduated in June and will attend Wayne State
University on a scholarship. I have a nice home, family and job.
One year at Delta College. I received a
certificate from Eastern for a course in foster parenting.
edited email from Judy Fick