Evanston Twp High School
Class Of 1964
WE HAD A SPECTACULAR...
ETHS Class of 1964, 50th Reunion
on September 12th, 13th & 14th, 2014
...and the Reunion photos are now available for viewing via the "50th Reunion Photo Gallery" link on the left.
From our Reunion Chairperson...
Dear Fellow Classmates,
I hope that everyone who attended our 50th reunion last weekend enjoyed themselves, reconnected with old friends and made some new ones in the process. I loved seeing everyone and am sorry I did not get enough time to speak with each of you individually as much as I would have liked. For those who were unable to join us, we missed having you there.
A reunion of this scale takes an army to get it done. I was just the "General" who, with the help of Pat Wanzenberg, tried to pull it all together. A special thanks to our Steering Committee and everyone else who helped with this wonderful weekend.
Pat, Phil, Fred and I are most grateful for the warmth, thanks and support that we received from so many of you this past weekend.
I'd like to thank everyone in the class who attended our 50th reunion, as well as any of our past reunions. I'd like to thank all the classmates that have ever worked on a reunion committee, helped us on reunion weekend, and the many more that have helped us with the classmate search effort and given us leads as well as news of our deceased classmates.
I will stay involved in the database and try to keep track of everyone (alive or deceased) until someone steps up to take this part of the job over. Fred will keep the website going for the time being, and we will later make a decision as to whether to keep the website going on a long term basis. We hope everyone will continue to use the website for connecting with other classmates and learning about future Class of ’64 activities. Sometime in early October, Fred will start posting pictures from our 50th Reunion on our website. If any of you have pictures from this or other reunions that you would like to share, please direct them to Fred in accordance with instructions that he has provided below and in emails.
Again, thank you for all the warm acknowledgements that came my way this past weekend. They were greatly appreciated and will be fondly remembered.
Hope to see all of you at our 55th reunion - wherever it is!
With warm wishes,
...and now a message from your website administrator...
Just a short time has passed since we concluded the last event of our exciting and very successful 50th Reunion weekend. The combination of excellent venues, fine food, a hearty dose of nostalgia and, most importantly, time spent with good friends and making new friends made for an unforgettable experience. Of course, many thanks to my fellow reunion committee members for organizing the events and to all of you who attended and added so much energy to the reunion.
As requested by so many of the reunion attendees, the ETHS Class of ’64 website (www.eths1964.com) will remain active and available for your continued viewing and postings.
Our classmates have furnished a wealth of photos from the reunion, and they have now been posted on our website (see link at left marked "50th Reunion Photo Gallery"). Shortly, I will be posting the photos on a photo sharing website, so that you may retrieve the photos for your own memory files.
Thanks for your support at the reunion and for your continued participation on the website. It was a wonderful experience seeing so many of my classmates again.
Your 50th Reunion Committee:
Judy Anderson (Co-Chair), Pat (Richey) Wanzenberg (Co-Chair), Phil Wanzenberg (Treasurer), Fred Brostoff (Website Administrator), Arlene (Avery) Burke, Janet (Bengsten) Leahy, Sue (Blumenfeld) Zipkoff, Preston Cook, Kathy (Dalgety) Miehls, Jim Deerfield, Mark Goodman, Pauline (Noznick) Gerstein, Bob Reece, Phoebe (Richard) Bradford, Donna (Salamon) Bree, Jack McCabe, Jerri (Engeln) McCabe
For your viewing enjoyment, here are a few ETHS memories:
Also, we've posted some memorable 1960s songs/videos on the "50th Reunion - Class of '64" page and on the "ETHS 1964 Photo Galleries" page. If you have a favorite 60's song or video that you'd like to see posted, send your request to the Website Administrator.
IMPORTANT: Your participation is necessary in creating a successful high school website. At this time, we’re asking you to participate by creating your online CLASSMATE PROFILE (see "Edit Profile" on the menu board at left) and spread the word by referring a classmate or two to our website. Questions, comments, or problems? Use the "Contact Us" link on the upper left side of any page to send an e-mail to our Website Administrator.