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Elletia Asheford

She marched with the band on the Pom-Pom Squad until she dreamed her pom-poms were bouncing around the room because a ghost was using them.

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James Daniel

He was a tennis player and 1st chair trumpet player junior and senior year in high school.

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Daquitta Clements

She was the Features Page Editor for the Southfield Jay student newspaper, a member of Business Professionals of America and a doubles player on the tennis team.

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Laina (Thomas) Tallerico

She was the libero on the varsity volleyball team and a catcher / second-baseman on the softball team.

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Susan Moffitt

She was in a production of "Hello Dolly."

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Jayne Copley

She was a band geek in junior high.

 

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Jennifer Johnson

Her nickname was “Slugger.”

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Nora Shaoni

She was voted as the "Senior Class Sweetheart."

 

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YVonne Carroll

She was president of the J.O.T.S. (Junior Office Training Society) and a member of Journalism / Yearbook Class.


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Heidt Williams

He was President of the 'Key Club' (service club).
 

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Rita Legan

She was in Art Club.

 

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Jill Viniconis

She was voted "Class Favorite" 2 years in a row (9th and 10th Grade).

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Patty Mc Owen

She attended a Catholic school.

 

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Monica Sferro

She was ranked #36 by the United States Tennis Association in Middle States Division and #11 by New Jersey Tennis Association in 1989.

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Andreea Stefanescu

Ask Andreea what her fun fact from school was the next time you see her!

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Leslie Roberts

She was on the drill team.

 

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Margaret Ursprung

She was president of the Glee Club.
 

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Trisha Teal

She was on the yearbook staff.

 

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Melinda Cook

She met her husband in choir during her Junior year.
 

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Mary Kirkland

Her feet never touched the floor when she was sitting in a desk.

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Kimberly Lassiter

She received a basketball scholarship for Winston Salem State University.

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Cathy Calhoun

She was “Bat Girl” for the baseball team and on Prom Committee for a couple of years.

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Christine Tucker

Her hair never moved — it was hard as a rock.
 

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Linda Dixon

She was an Air Force brat and attended 3 different high schools in this grade.

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Rashida Bryant

She "sang" in high school chorus.


Chicago Office

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Bridget O'Brien

She was voted “Employee of the Year” at Cold Stone Creamery.


 

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Christine Buzard

She was a cheerleader.
 

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Lauren Wint

She was on the track and basketball teams, in the mass communication club and editor of the yearbook staff.

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Elissa Baker

She was the varsity volleyball captain.
 

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Shay Butler

The chicks digged his car in high school.
 

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Jason Hoos

He won an intramural volleyball game with a pterodactyl scream.

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Jillian Best

She used to stop and pet the fake ducks outside of the school building before walking in every morning.

 

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Elias Lutfallah

He was a complete band / choir / theater geek.

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Jenelle DeVries

She hid alarm clocks in the ceiling tiles of each classroom and set them all off at the same time as a senior prank... she still graduated.

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Zeke Zalinski

He was most likely to be found in the band room and on a sports team.

Kirsten Williams

Ask Kirsten what her fun fact from school was the next time you see her!

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Rebekah Abel

She was voted "Most Musical" and still plays the french horn.

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Laura Allen

She played the flute.


 

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Laura Joseph

She was nicknamed “Grizzly Bear” on the soccer team for her ability to maul down the competition.

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Albert Ellenich

He was recognized / labeled as "artistically gifted" and won several student awards in filmmaking and visual art.


Bonus Points

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Chris Shenk

He was an avid wakeboarder throughout high school, was in the German club, and played guitar in a ska band (with no horns).

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Rob Butler

He played all state football, basketball and baseball.

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Tony Dillon

Chicago Public Schools, Class of 1974 "Most Likely to Take a Life."

 

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Lauren MEtsig

She carried a video camera with her almost every day her senior year to share at her reunion.

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Jason Weiss

He won the award for "Most Fabulous Mullet" at his reunion.

 

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JEff Yaniga

He dressed up as St. Nicholas in high school one year. (Ask him to show you the picture, he didn't skip a single detail.)