A few of us got together Saturday May 25th (Memorial Day weekend) and soma also attended the "End of an Era" open house at the high school:
Left to right; Craig Mathis, Kathy Gregg Beckman, Larry Froehlich, JoAnn Ciresi Allen, Chuck Stehman, Gerry Danzey, Tom Allen, and Sparky Adams in front.
Some pictures from the April 7th, 2012 get together at the PERK-cUP CAFE in Berea.
Jerry Walters, Larry Vassel, Terry Finefrock (Pete's wife)
Lynn Fritz, Charles Jandecka, Ken Garver, JoAnn Ciresi, Tom Allen
Phil Toomey, Kathy Gregg, Gerry Danzey
Pete Finefrock, Pete Kouris
April 16, 2011 at the Perk cUP Cafe in Berea:
Charles Jandecka may have been the last BHS graduate at the Book & Bean! He stopped to get coffee on their last day of business, 12-31-09. We will miss the Book & Bean! Thanks for sharing the picture!
Pre-holiday lunch in Berea, December 2009
Lloyd Foster. Sparky Adams, Bob Skoczen, Gerry Danzey,
Charles Jandeca, Barb Mahannah Foster
Lunch get together July 2009
Larry Froehlich, Maureen and Dan Eisenhart, Jon and Mary Dregalla
Lunch in North Olmsted at Fat Heads; Vic Fetterman,
Gerry Danzey, Larry Froehlich, Joann Ciresi Allen, Kathy Gregg Beckman, Tom Allen
A mini, last minute Book & Bean gathering was held on May 17, 2009 when Larry Lehlbach was in town for a short visit:
Phil Toomey, JoAnn Ciresi Allen, Larry Froehlich, Gerry Danzey, Buck Edwards, Larry Lehlbach, Dennis McCafferty, Tom White
Buck Edwards, Larry Lehlbach and Larry Froehlich bowled together in the early sixties and their team won the Saturday morning junior league in 1963, so we updated the picture with the trophy with the help of Gerry Danzey (as Benny)!
February 20, 2009: lunch in Hudson (would you like to join us, next time?)
Larry Froehlich ('66), Gerry Danzey ('65), Mike Foster ('67)
Latest get-together; December 28, 2008 at Gerry and Pat Danzey's house. Thanks for the hospitality! Classes represented: 1965, '66, and '67.
Couch: Lloyd Foster, Jon Dregalla, Craig Mathis
Back row: Larry Froehlich, Mike Foster, Sparky Adams, Gerry Danzey, Jerry Leszynski, Tim Fitzwater
Larry Froehlich ('66) and Gerry Danzey ('65), lunch, December 2008
Marsha Nagie (Megenity), Pat Mousse (Finazzo) and Sue Amspacher (Smigel) in Las Vegas September 2008
Rick Jellen, Jon Dregalla, Larry Froehlich (August 2008 in West Lake, OH)
(Summer 2008) Lynne Bolon Aidikoff had a chance to visit Cookie Demcyzk Michels
at her mountain resort, in Maggie Valley, NC.
JoAnn Ciresi, Sue Montgomery, Kathy McKenna, and Nancy Erdner;
a lunch get-together in June 2008
Larry Froehlich, Kathy Gregg Beckman, and Ron Dawes
Mini Reunion: Jon Filina, Larry Woodruff, John Wisenbaugh
Larry Froehlich, Wendy Mathis Parker, Vic Fetterman
Mini 1966 get-together: Larry, Steve Monchak, Jon Dregalla
Karen and Jim Chrysler, Dan and Maureen Eisenhart
Ken Garver and Larry Froehlich visiting their alma mater, April 2008.
Bruce Tillman, Tim Fitzwater (1965), Larry Froehlich, Jon Dregalla
In trying to remember names of the kids in the Fairwood School pictures, I thought of Bill Zorn. I remembered that he moved to Arizona, but that was about it.
I “googled” him and discovered a Bill Zorn who had spent part of his career in the New Christy Minstrels, the Limelighters, and is now with the Kingston Trio.
His bio gave me some clues: "I was born in Bridgeport, CT - the third of four sons - to Lillian and Edward in May 1948. My father was a sales representative and his work took us from Connecticut to rural Pennsylvania, to Ohio and finally to Phoenix, Arizona in 1961."
Clues: 1948? moved from Ohio to Arizona in 1961?
I found an address for a Bill Zorn in Arizona, wrote him a note to see if it was the Bill Zorn from Fairwood School and it was! He has had quite a career and is now one of the Kingston Trio!
The Kingston Trio performed in Youngstown, Ohio on October 14, 2007. It was part of their 30+ weeks a year performing on the road and what a GREAT show it was. If they are performing near you.................don't miss it!
Here is Bill Zorn (who was with us at Fairwood School) and I in the dressing room before the show.