Alfred S. Roberts, Principal

Newtown High School Class of 1953

Newtown High School Class of 1953
Elmhurst, New York
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Information about the 55th reunion of the Class of 1953

Date/Time: Sunday, May 18, 2008 - 11:00 a.m. (Brunch)
Place: Marriott Hotel at LaGuardia Airport; 102-05 Ditmars Blvd, East Elmhurst
Cost: To be determined. About $75 per person
Rooms reserved at $139 per night. Reservatons must be made by April 25. Mention event.
On-site Parking: $8 for event, $10 overnight
Contact Gary Mokotoff for information and reservations.
Those who attended the 50th reunion have a

Nearly 1,000 persons graduated Newtown in the January and June 1953 classes.
Shown here are only those for whom we have a postal or e-mail address.

January graduates have a blue border.
June graduates have a maroon border.

Walter Haber

After Newtown I went to City College of New York where I graduated in 1957 with a BBA degree. I enlisted in the National Guard and spent six months on active duty at Fort Dix, N.J. After that I had several jobs. In 1961 I joined the IRS as a Field Agent. In 1970 I became a group supervisor. During my career I worked on organized crime cases, international cases and large cases. I retired in 1993 and in 1994 moved to Boynton Beach, Florida, with my wife, Linda. We have two daughters, ages 31 and 27, who live in New Jersey where we lived from 1972 to 1994. Only postal address  known. How he looks today.
Marie Hahn Wirth 

After graduation I worked for Bear Stearns on Wall Street then with Fritzsche Brothers, an essential oil and romatic chemical company. I met my husband, Al, in his senior year at Newtown and in 1955 I married my high school sweetheart. In 1958 I became a stay at home mom after the birth of our first daughter Carolyn to be followed by her sisters, Laura and Joann. We moved from Queens to Long Island and soon became adapted to suburban life. Al and I are blessed with eight grandchildren. Life has been very good to us as we have had the opportunities to travel abroad with our family and also here in our own beautiful country.
Richard Robert Hahnenkratt

Died May 1998 as reported by his family. His daughter can be reached at
Bette Hammen Schick 

After graduation I went to work for Eastern Airlines. The following year Bob and I were married. We have four children and seven grandchildren. We moved to Commack in 1962 and are still living there. In August, 2002, we will be celebrating our 48th anniversary. We are retired and loving it using our time to enjoy long walks on all the local beaches, and spending time together and with our family. LIfe is good and we are blessed. How she looks today.
Grant Hamill

After Newtown, I served in the Air Force as a radar technician. After my honorable discharge, I returned to New York and worked for New York Telephone where ultimately I was assigned to the vice president's staff as an auditor and a head Instructor for the Corporate Learning Center. To continue my education I attended St. John's University and Queens College. After 21 years with N.Y.Tel. I transferred to Pacific Bell in Los Angeles for an additional 11 years writing technical courses, engineering audits, etc. I retired in 1987. I have been happily married for 44 years and have two daughters and five grandchildren. We moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado, in 1992. I am still playing senior softball, golf and coach girl's softball teams.  How he looks today.
Doris Hansen Meyer 

I graduated from Berkeley Business School and spent the next four years working as a secretary. Married high school sweetheart in 1957, a daughter in 1958, a son in 1961. Graduated from Adelphi with a BA in Speech & Hearing Therapy and then a MS in Special Education. Retired from NYC Board of Education, Glendale Elementary in 1997 and moved to West Coast of Florida. Now I volunteer teaching art to special adults, work now and again in a psychologist's office, paint and fly around Florida in our Cessna. We have four grandsons. My husband and I visit the New York area a couple of times a year but prefer the Gulf of Mexico beach and palm trees. We are very proud of our lives, family, and friends and share in all the good things that we have built together. How she looks today.
Hans Hansen

Deceased according to James Gormley. He died in March 1971.
Warren Harris 

From Newtown, I moved on to Queens College where I majored in English and received my B.A. in June, 1957. I became a publicist for Paramount Pictures at its New York executive headquarters, finally resigning in 1969 to become a freelance writer specializing in celebrity biographies. I had an unexpected success with my first book, "Gable & Lombard," which was followed by "Natalie & RJ" and "Lucy & Desi," as well as individual biographies of Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn, Sophia Loren, and Broadway stage star Marilyn Miller. I also "ghosted" Eddie Fisher's autobiography. My ninth book, a full-scale biography of Clark Gable, will be published next Spring. Never married, I currently reside in Manhattan but travel frequently for work or just for enjoyment. 
Mary Hartmann 

After graduation, I worked at Equitable Life Assurance until December 1954. Married in July 1954, had three children, was a stay at home Mom until 1970, then went back to work full time in the dental business as financial administrator until retirement in 2000. I divorced in 1980, moved to New Jersey, went to Centenary College, but worked in New York City. I had a wonderful man in my life for 18 years until his death three years ago. I'm loving it here on Cape Cod and my grandson is applying to Boston college so hopefully, he'll be nearby.
Charles Hasz

Died May 2009
Lucy Hatgis Kirichenko 

After Newtown I worked for Metropolitan Life Insurance until 1990 with two breaks in service to raise my two children, a daughter from my first marriage (divorced 1962) and a son from my second marriage.Since 1993, I have been involved with the Nassau County (New York) Department of Senior Citizen Affairs where I am now assistant to the commissioner. I enjoy swimming, ice skating, dancing and long distance walking. How she looks today.
George Hays

Attended RCA Institutes and then moved to Virginia where I worked in electronics for about 20 years. Then worked for International Harvester and also had my own lawn equipment business for the next 25 years. Married (widowed now), four children, four granddaughters, 1 great granddaughter. Lived in the midwest with my youngest son for about five years. Now retired and living in Georgia.
Walter Hefner

Died in November, 1953, according to Arthur Kreuder.
Richard A. Heidecker

postal address  known
Sherman Heller

After Newtown, I received a BS from Queens College and a MS and PhD from Brooklyn Polytech all in theoretical physics. I am currently a math professor at the College of Staten Island. I have four children and have spent much time playing basketball, leading Landmark Education introductions, mountaineering and bicycling throughout Europe.
Ronald Hellman 

After graduation from Newtown, I went to Columbia College, Columbia Law School, United States Army, and then on to the private practice of law. I was born in Sunnyside, grew up in Jackson Heights,
Gerda Latham, and now live in the Auburndale section of Flushing (and have an office in Douglaston), so I am a Queens boy all the way. I got married in 1963, and remain so after 38 years, to Lois, an artist, who introduced me to the finer things of life. We have two children, both single, who live in Manhattan. Perhaps my most interesting sideline is my theatre company, The Outrageous Fortune Company, which produces "contemporary plays of significance" in a 99-seat theatre at Queens Theatre in the Park (in the old World's Fairgrounds). As an actor I've been involved in local theatre for about 30 years, while playing the continuing role of a tennis player and an attorney.  How he looks today.
Luise Hettling Barrie 

My husband Jack and I lived in the New York City area while we brought up three daughters and three sons. When he retired from the New York City Police Department (sergeant) in 1977, we moved to Vero Beach, Florida, where we spend the time playing golf, a bit of travel, and really enjoying ourselves and our family which now has 12 grandchildren. We also have a family-owned window, door and glass business. Bad e-mail How she looks today.
Joseph Hickey

postal address  known
Helen Highnote Lucas Bad e-mail address
Herman (Eric) Hilmer

postal address  known
George Hoehne

Married Helen Schmidt (not a Newtownite). Worked in his own industrial design business. Now retired and living in the mountains of North Carolina. Only postal address  known
Edmund Hofmann

After Newtown, I attended City College School of Engineering and graduated in 1959 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering.  I have been married for 44 years to Joanna (nee Camps).  We have 3 children and 7 grandchildren.
Nancy Holt Langenfass  How she looks today

Virginia Hook Bennett

I have two married daughters and two wonderful grandchildren. I sang professionally in New York, Miami and D.C. I was also a radio announcer in Virginia for five years. I live in South Carolina.  Bad e-mail address How she looks today.
Eva Edna Horn Coppola 

After two children and a divorce, I returned to my first love, roller skating. I still enjoy the competition today and the friendships of my fellow skaters. My son, Bill is known as Dr. Bill, is assistant dean at Phoenix College. He has twin boys, now 10 years old. My son Richard lives in Connecticut, but works in Manhattan as a financial analyst for Teacher's Federal. He is the proud papa of four boys, ranging from 1 to 11 years of age. Needless to say, they are what makes life worthwhile. I am working for Grumman, now Logicon, in Document Development as a graphic specialist. I will be looking forward to our reunion in 2003. Bad e-mail How she looks today.
Joan Iannucelli Cipriano

postal address  known
Theresa Innamorato

Passed away according to Antoinette Cianciotto Vetro.
Lewis F. Ivan

Eleanor Izzi

Passed away September 1983 according to Richard Gabriele.
Ann Marie Jannuzzi Panzica 

After Newtown I worked for 20th Century Fox Film Corp for four years, got married and went on to work for Cities Service as a private secretary for one year when I became pregnant with my first child, my daughter. I then became a stay-at-home mom and went on to become the mother of 3 more children, 2 boys and another girl, and now have 2 grandsons. Three children are married now leaving my son, the bachelor. Lived in Corona most of my life, even after I married, then recently moved to Middle Village after I sold my house. My husband passed away in 1984. Thinking seriously of retirement, to go live part of the year with son in Florida and daughters here in New York!!  Died December 23, 2009.
Barbara Johnson McCarthy

After graduating from Newtown, I joined the Navy and spent two years stationed in California.  I married and had 4 children (2 natural and 2 adopted). Been around the military the rest of my time, retiring from U.S. Civil Service after 23 years,  traveling all over the world. Now I living in Spring Hill Florida with my new husband of 28 years. We both belong to numerous veterans organizations and the Loyal Order of Moose and Elks. We have 4 grandchildren and 7 greatgrandchildren.
Richard Johnson

After graduating Newtown, he attended NYU for two years and then enlisted in the Army. He married fellow classmate Ruth Ann Woolley in 1955 and they had four children. After the Army, he returned to NYU night school and received his EE degree in 1961. He worked at Sperry and Grumman while raising his family in Kings Park, New York. He divorced in 1972, remarried in 1974, and then opened a hardware store in Knoxville, Tennessee, where he died of a heart attack in 1983.
Sanford Kaiser 

After graduation I attended Cornell University coming out with an Ag Economics (BS) degree and an ROTC commission in the Air Force. I spent the next 21 years there, trained as a navigator but serving as a logistician in Germany, Viet Nam, and various assignments in the States. Upon retiring from the Air Force, I spent the next 20 years as a senior logistic engineer primarily supporting Naval Air Systems Command in airborne weapons programs and the Tomahawk program. I retired again in 1997. I am now spending my time in "good works": Election officer, census officer, and tutoring disadvantaged minorities in reading at a local elementary school. My bride (we married in 1960) and I travel extensively. We have a girl, two boys, and a grandson. We currently live in Virginia near D.C. 
William John Kaiser

I took the agricultural course at Newtown and then went to L.I. Agricultural and Technical Institute graduating in 1955. Went to work for Gulf Oil in 1955 as a temporary vacation clerk. The job became a career of 28 years and ended up retiring as terminal manager of their Greenpoint terminal. In 1984 I married my wife Evelyn Hamm Sekera who also worked for Gulf Oil in New York and New Jersey. She was born and raised in Greenpoint. I joined the Loyal Order of Moose Ridgewood Lodge 1642 in 1962 and became a member of the Fellowship Degree and also was Lodge Governor. I am now a member of Lodge1263 Daytona Beach. Bill died on August 29, 2010.
Richard Kameny

I have been living in Australia since October 1970 when I migrated here to teach under a two-year contract and stayed on. I am now a dual citizen of USA and Australia. My three daughters, seven grandchildren and two great grandchildren also live "Down Under." I divorced many years ago, and years later found my soul-mate Sarah who I have been blissfully married to for the past ten years. Historically, since graduation from Cal State, Pomona, I taught in the LA School system for eight years and was a builder for three before going to Australia. Here I again taught, was a builder again for 13 years. Sarah and I ran a B&B/Function Center in Queensland, returned to Sydney to teaching again and have now semi retired. Hobby-wise, aside from our travels, my nick-name is "The Milkman" as I had what was considered the largest Australian milk and cream bottle collection in Australia. In 2008, I published "Australian Milk& Cream Bottles and Dairy Related Items" which is now used worldwide as a historical reference book on the subject. Futurewise, we are about to open our own B&B shortly. Hopefully we will also expand our travels which is what we love to do. How he looks today

Cornelia (Connie) Kapp Frydman 

Married 47 years. Two sons, four grandchildren. One son with Morgan Stanley London, the other one with the Daily News in New York. Retired after teaching languages for 22 years at North Rockland High School. Husband, Sigmund Frydman, also retired, was vice president in charge of manufacturing for many years at Bobbie Brooks and White Swan Uniforms. Live in Monsey, New York, in the same house for almost 35 years.  How she looks today
Elaine Katica Posch

After graduation I went to City College at night and worked at Sinclair Oil. Got married in 1956 to Richard Posch, Class of 1951, a graduate of Brooklyn College of Pharmacy. I worked in a bank from 1980 to 1990. We have four children and nine grandchildren and live in Whitestone for the past 31 years. We are both retired and enjoying our grandchildren and golf. Bad e-mail address
William Kelleher 

After Newtown High I spent three years in the Army (Airborne). I then worked on the waterfront as a longshoreman. I met my wife, Anna, in 1957 and were married that same year. I joined the New York City Fire Department in 1959 retiring from the fire service in 1981. We came west and I spent the next 20 years working in Fire Protection, Environmental Services and Safety Engineering, for several semiconductor firms. I got to see a lot of the country and the world while working in industry. Over the years I picked a bachelors degree in Behavioral Science from NYIT and a masters from Arizona State University in Justice Studies. Anna and I have two daughters and two grandchildren. My oldest granddaughter will be starting at ASU next fall semester. We are both now semi-retired (I am still doing a little consulting) and enjoying the good life. Bad e-mail address How he looks today.
Lesly Kellogg Reiss
Mahvash Kerendian Nosrat

I attended Queens College and graduated with a BA in Early Childhodd Education. I taught in New York City. I have been married for 42 years. A son is a partner with an accounting firm, another is a manager with IBM, a daughter is a teacher. I have lived in the same house for 35 years in Houston, Texas, near NASA. I taught Special Ed and retired but still substitute in the district. Enjoy traveling, three granddughters and one grandson. 
Howard M. Kerzner

After attending Manhattan School of Music, I entered the Army, stationed at Ft. Lewis, Washington, as a medic. Upon release, I entered the home furnishings industry as an indepent sales representative. In 1978 took my wife, Lauri, to Southern California where we formed a sales agency and had a showroom at the Los Angeles Mart. In 1992, we moved to Boca Raton, Florida, where we are sales representatives and have the pleasure of traveling this beautiful state. Our daughter and son-in-law live in Plainview, New York. We have three beautiful granddaughters.   How he looks today
Manfred (Manny) Kilgus

He was killed in an auto accident in California in the late 1950s when he was about 21 years old, according to Ruth Woolley Brotman.
John William Kilroy

postal address  known. He is married to Theresa Bernard of the January class.
Michael King 

After two years at CCNY, I spent the next 42 years in the brokerage business; 15 years at Merrill Lynch and 27 with Dean Witter. When I retired I was a first vice-president of operations. I was married to my wife, Mary, for more than 37 years. She passed away in 1997. We have three children (all boys) and four grandchildren (three boys--two are twins--and a girl). My major interests are golf, golf and golf. I live in New Jersey. Bad e-mail How he looks today.
Gloria Klem Eivers

Only postal address  known
Trudy Knauss Molluzzo
Phyllis Kobrin Kugelman

postal address  known
Edith Koenig Bruggemann 

After graduation, I worked in Manhattan for CIT Financial Corp. Got married in 1956 to a man I had known since I was 14 and who also attended Newtown. I have three children and three grandchildren. We bought our home in Glendale in 1960. I went back to work part-time for Ridgewood Savings Bank in 1969 and was there until 1995. My dear husband, Bill passed away suddenly in 1986 from a massive heart attack and I've been a widow ever since. Only postal address  known
Ronald J. Komarek 
Sheldon Kotel 

I married Ann Spero, had two daughters, got divorced, and have since resettled. I am a CPA, worked most of my career as controller of small companies and have been in my own CPA practice since 1988. Bad e-mail address How he looks today.
(Damon) Dennis Koutselas
Andrew (Krapukaitis) Kurtis

After high school, he joined the service and was in both the Coast Guard and the Air National Guard. He married Marie-Ellen Zieres and they had one child. He worked as a draftsman for Grumman on Long Island, and did catering jobs on weekends. We lived for a short while in Brooklyn, but then moved to Little Neck.  They divorced he re-married and lived in Florida until his death in 2006. Submitetd by his son, Mark.
Robert Krause 

After graduating Newtown, I went into the Army and saw the world, both east and west. I retired from the Army in 1974, but I still have ties with the Army today. I went back to work, with the United States Postal Service, and retired from there in July 2000. I have been married and have a son and four grandchildren--two boys and two girls. I have been divorced and remarried again but lost my wife to cancer in 1997. I live in Florida now. Bad e-mail address How he looks today.
Arthur G. Kreuder

Since graduating, I spent two years on a dairy farm in New York. I went into the service in February of 1955, stationed at Fort Myers, Arlington Virginia, in the Presidential Honor Guard. I went on a blind date in 1957 and got married in 1958 to RoseMarie Tardalo, not from Newtown. We'll be married for 45 years this October. We have four children and five grandchildren. All of us living in Bellmore, New York. I worked 28 years with the Long Island Railroad, and retired in 1986. My wife and I love to go to Aruba, and we've been doing so since our 25 anniversary. It's "One Happy Island".
Died in June 2008.  How he looked in 2003.
Phyllis Kreutzberger Barrell Bad e-mail address
Gloria Kruse Peralta
Cecilia (Betty) Kurbes Ferrara 

Married Sal Ferrara in 1955 and have three sons. The oldest lives upstate New York, the middle son lives in Pennsylvania and the youngest lives in Winter Springs, Florida which is how we wound up in Florida. I have two grandsons, one 21 who will graduating from college in May, and one who is 6. I worked in a nursery school, life insurance, retail, importing and for lawyers. The last 12 years I worked as an executive assistant in a residential treatment center for teenagers. How she looks today.
Donald LaFera 

After graduating as an aggie I found out I was allergic to everything on a farm. I worked for Eastern Airlines until the fall of 1954 when my family moved upstate to Rosendale, New York. I went to work for IBM in Kingston and was a manager in the product development lab. I retired from IBM at the end of 1991 after 37 years. My wife and I have been married for 44 years and we have two daughters, two sons and four grandsons. We lived in High Falls, New York most of our married life . In 1995 we sold our principal home in New York . We now live in Puerto Rico from October till May and at our summer place at the Jersey shore the rest of the time. E-mail October to May  (Bad e-mail address) from May to October How he looks today.
Robert LaMantia

After high school, I went to CCNY and RCA Institutes to study electronics. I was employed by Sperry Gyroscope in Great Neck doing work in quality control. During my employment I attended and graduated from Hofstra University with a BS. Subsequently, I transfered to product engineering at Sperry. In 1997 I retired after 41 yrs with Sperry. which became Unisys. which became Loral. and finally Lockheed-Martin. I married Julie Macchia (Newtown '54) and we have three sons and six grandchildren.  Bad e-mail address
Vicky LaMuro

Deceased according to Rose Romanello Migliore.
Vincenza Landolina Piccininni 

After graduation I went on to work at the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. I married in 1954 and left work two years later when my son was born. I was a stay-at-home mom and then my daughter was born. Later I began working again when they were both in school. I worked for a supermarket chain as a bookkeeper. I divorced in 1980 and since then remarried. I am a grandmother of four and my husband has six grandchildren, which keeps us pretty busy. We reside in West Palm Beach Florida and go back and forth to see our families at least three times a year. We are totally happy with our lives. We also travel a great deal. 
Edward Lanigan
William C. Langelius

He attended Hofstra College after graduation from Newtown and then was in the US Army for two years in the field artillery (Fire Control for the Nuclear Cannon).
He entered a marketing executive career with many national and multi-national firms in the Detroit, Philadelphia and New York areas. He was the father of one daughter Lisa Marie Langelius. He passed away September 2008 in Arizona.
Thomas Lapolla 

After graduation and a two-year stint in the Army, I joined the New York City Fire Department, where I worked for twenty-eight years. My wife Sheila, a retired registered nurse, and I have five children, all of whom live nearby and are, thankfully, happy. Time continues to fly by all too quickly as I read, golf and watch my seven grandchildren grow. Bad e-mail address
Barbara Laroda Change

Worked for AT&T, then for TWA for 22 years as a travel consultant, I have one daughter who is a teacher in Memphis. I have two grand-daughters, one lives in Atlanta and is a Forensic Psychologist and the other lives in Miami and is a Communication Director who writes for several newspapers. I have a great granddaughter who keeps us all on our toes. Believe it or not I am still working for a recruiting agency in Manhattan.

Gerda Latham Bad e-mail
Meryl Lauria Dammer 
William LaVelle 

After graduation, I went to Hofstra for a year, followed by two years in the U.S. Army, then four years at Adelphi College. I became a physical education teacher at Newtown, retiring in 1991. I then worked six years as a boat transporter. I keep busy managing my rental properties, racquet ball (twice a week), golf, fishing, and skiing in winter. Our three children and six grandchildren live nearby. They keep me and my wife of 42 years busy.
Grace Leach Parisi 

After graduation I started working at the American Newspaper Publishers Association as a secretary where I met my husband. We have been married for 46 years, have four children and eight grandchildren ranging in age from 3 years to 14 years. After our children became of school age I went to work for my husband at an international technical association in the graphic arts industry as office manager and membership coordinator. I also developed women's activities at our annual meetings which enabled me to travel with my husband to various cities. We are both retired now and live six months of the year in Port St. Lucie, Florida and 6 months at our summer home in Oakdale, New York How she looks today.
Warren Leander 

After Newtown I spent two years at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute and Hofstra. The draft came along after several years of working in the marine business and I spent two years teaching nuclear weapons at Sandia Base in New Mexico. I joined RCA's missile tracking ship project and traveled throughout the Caribbean and South America. While our ship was in New York for retrofitting, I met my future wife, who was here from Australia and working for the UN. We married in 1965. I've sold computers for Honeywell and communications equipment for various two-way radio manufacturers, including RCA. Presently I have my own manufacturers rep business in the communications field. We live in Westbury and have two sons who have flown the nest. Died 27 Nov 2009 according to the Social Security Death Index.
Donald J. Leason
Stanley Leblang

Died in 1993
Christian Emile Lefebure

Died in February 1986 according to the Social Security Death Index.
Joseph Levanti

From Newtown I studied Mechanical Engineering at City Technical Institute and nights at CCNY. Graduated and worked for Applied Devices (Belock Instrument) as a design engineer for 21 years. Went on to management in the commercial field of printing, telephone test equipment and computer interface assemblies. Currently employed by Tyco Electronics (AMP Incorporated) as a senior engineer. Married Lucille Marsala in 1957, a Newtown graduate of 1955. We have four children and eleven grandchildren, all living on Long Island. We enjoy a vacation home in Pennsylvania., golfing, skiing, boating, hunting and fishing.  How he looks today.
Larry Levi
Linda C. Lipschitz Bennett

I now live in Fresno, California. I have four girls and six grandchildren. My husband died 15 years ago. I am active, going to a gym four days a week and have great freeness and 3 poodles they are great company.
Annette LoBuglio Wiberly

postal address  known
Edward LoBuglio

postal address  known
Filomena (Phyllis) LoMazzo Medore

Died in April 2004, according to Ann Marie Jannuzzi Panzica. Only
postal address  known
Marie Losciuto Sagel 

After graduation from Newtown, I enrolled in the Baruch School of Business (CCNY) attending in the evenings while working as a secretary in the motion picture industry in Manhattan. I eventually earned a BBA degree with a major in International Trade. I spent several summers vacationing abroad. After I got married, my husband and I moved to Melville, Long Island, where we have been living for 32 years. I left the workforce for a while to raise our two girls. One is married and living in Virginia and has a little boy. The other still lives on Long Island and plans to get married next year. Am presently working for a non-profit philanthropic organization.  How she looks today.
Janice Luckey Kuzma

After Newtown I worked for a while, then got married and started a family. I loved being a mother and homemaker. I now have eight grandchildren. I love to travel and have visted 20 countries to date. As of this writing, I will be going to Australia with my granddaughter. I love my life, my involvement with the church and have also volunteered for hospice at Huntington hospital. I am very happy to be where I am and look forward to the future. Only postal address  known. How she looks today.
Lawrence Ludwig 

After graduation I was employed by Eastman Kodak, was in the Army for two years and attended NYU in the evenings from 1956 to 1962. While working at Kodak I 
met my wife of 45 years. Four years after our marriage we moved to Long Island where I became a Nassau County police officer for the village of Floral Park. After 20 years of service, I retired and in 1982 moved to Largo, Florida. Shortly after relocating, I worked for several years as a sales representative for a food distributer. For the past 10 years I have been employed by the Pinellas County Transit Authority as an operator and schedule analyst. I am looking forward to retiring later this year. My wife Audrey and I have two children, two five-year-old grandsons who were born one month apart. Only postal address  known. How he looks today.
Sandra Lusardi Racaniello  How she looks today.
Bernard Lynch 

After high school I graduated from Columbia in 1957 with a degree in engineering. After a short career in engineering spanning either side of the Army, I eventually went to work in real estate finance. I married Susi Smith in 1964. We have two children (Erin and Ryan). Erin works in L.A. and Ryan is currently working in Switzerland. My wife Susi is an administrator/college counselor at a private high school. I've been retired since 1988 living a charmed life with much to be thankful for in California.
William Lyons 

After Newtown, I attended the US Merchant Marine Academy and graduated in 1957 with a BS in Marine Engineering. After service with the Navy and Merchant Marine, I joined the Grumman Aerospace Corporation and worked in engineering and management positions for 35 years until I retired in 1993. During that time I obtained an MBA Degree from Hofstra University. My wife, Eleanor, and I were married in 1961, have a daughter Susan (36) and a son Robert (33). Both are married and live in Indiana and South Carolina, respectively. We have two grandchildren and two more on the way. We lived in Hauppauge, Long Island, for 30 years, and in 1993 we moved south to Seven Lakes, NC. We both play USTA Team Tennis, and "play at" the game of golf.   How he looks today.

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Class of January 1953:
Russell A. Hamilton, Demetrios William Haralambidis, Sophie Harris, Thomas Hayes, Anita Hennisch, Nancy Hohlweg, Joseph John Huber

Frank Anthony Ignico, Marie Iorio, Robert Ippolito

Helen Dolores Jackson, Ronald John Jankowski

Malvina B. Kasserman, Shirley King, Emma Komusin, Rhoda Kornblau, Jerome S. Kramer, Harold Reed Krohn

Joseph Lacova, Stuart Laiken, Gwendolyn Lathan, Martin Ledwitz, Frank Leggio, Richard Franklyn Lewis, Vito E. Lito, Anthony LoCascio, Jr., Arthur E. Losee, Kathleen Lutus

Class of June 1953:
Eleanor Hallstein, Carolyn Hamisch, Maureen Hammel, Patrick Hanbury, Perre de Clue Harris, Erhard Heinsohn, Mildred Heldwein, Carrie Henry, Phyllis Henry, Eddie A Scott Hernandez, Ingrid Eleanor Hillstrom, Joan Hoffman, Lorraine A. Holland, Andrew Holler, Jr., Ruth Howell, James Hutchison, Margaret Hutzler

Dorothy Ihm, Barbard A Irwin, Donald D. Italia

Karl Jennings, Lorraine Jones, Myrna Joss

Helen Karakiozis, Jacqueline Karger, Carl Kaufman, Ruth Shirley Kaufman, Sanford Robert Kaufman, Fred Kaufmann, John P Kearns, Hermine Kessler, Judith M. Kleese, Rita Klein, Sandra Kleinman, Raymond Klos, Martin P. Klubes, William Knalth, Theresa D. Kovacs, Marie Kovarna, Robert Kramisen, Herbert Kreimann, Krese Jeanne, Theresa Krolikowski, George F. Krug, Marion Krugman, Loretta Mry Krupowicz, David Lee Kubat, Ronald Kunst

Joan LaCalamita, Virginia Lalomia, Jean Lambert, Ruth Lampel, Regina Ann LaSalle, Robert William Lattimer, Elizabeth Anne Leary, James Leavy, Marian Frances Lehman, Sharon F. Leiser, Irma Lesmetz, Arlene Levine, Milton Lichtenbaum, Dorothy Lindell, Florence Lindenman, Antoinette Liotta, Marie LoCassio, William Loeser, Herbert Loft, Helen M. Losonsky, Salvatore M. Lucchesi,

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