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•   David Rouby  12/17
•   Debra Weare (Bagley)  11/29
•   Lonnie R. Green  11/26
•   John Bartsch  7/11
•   Mark Wells  6/16
•   Joseph Brown  11/16
•   John Zanoff  11/14
•   Susan Wrobleski (Kuehner)  9/8
•   Michael K. Ebbing  8/26
•   Luann McCormick (Roberts)  12/21
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2 live in Alabama
1 lives in Arizona
161 live in Arkansas
7 live in California
4 live in Colorado
1 lives in Connecticut
2 live in Florida
3 live in Georgia
1 lives in Illinois
2 live in Indiana
2 live in Louisiana
1 lives in Minnesota
2 live in Missouri
1 lives in Nebraska
1 lives in New Mexico
2 live in New York
5 live in North Carolina
1 lives in Ohio
3 live in Oklahoma
2 live in Oregon
4 live in Tennessee
27 live in Texas
4 live in Virginia
2 live in Washington
1 lives in Wisconsin
53 location unknown


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I did not know Greg Hart near as well as some of you, however I knew him well enough to know that long before he became a priest he had the kind and gentle spirit of Jesus in him. He made this world a better place in many ways not the least of which was setting the bar high as an example of how to live while on this earth. As I have read commentaries as of late on his condition - both physical and spiritual - it comes as no surprise the he welcomed his departure gracefully because he was already intimate with God and heavenly things...familiarity brought him that comfort. We should all pursue that relationship as fervently as Father Hart. I have full confidence that he is, in fact, resting in peace.

I have a spiritual mentor whose mantra in life was "ruthlessly eliminate hurry". I think it is likely a good pursuit for all of us because if we can do that, then we will hopefully "be still and know that I am God" other words, we will get to know our Creator in those quiet moments.

So, George L. turns 60 shortly. That's hard to believe. Happy birthday George. You never knew how much I looked up to you. And thanks for coming to the 40th reunion last year. As silly as this might sound, everyone who attended last year honored the others simply by attending. It showed respect and caring in a special way.

As many of us hit the "big 6-0" and we lose classmates at a naturally increasing rate, I am mindful of the brevity of this life. I want to thank all readers here for your positive influence on me and this world. Whenever our last days stare us in the face, I pray that we can stare back with a smile, a confidence, and a familiarity with the open arms of our heavenly Father.

John C. Carroll