This is what I looked like in 1968.

This is what I looked like in 1968.

A few days ago, Jim Ranshaw, who did a yeoman’s duty trying to track down all the Burbank High School Class of 1968 graduates for our 40th Class Reunion, sent me an email. He asked if I would be interested in taking over the class blog, since he is getting busier (in his retirement!) and doesn’t have the time anymore.

As some of you know, I have maintained a memorial blog (called “In Loving Memory”) for our class ever since our 40th Class Reunion, listing classmates who have passed on.  I have also written an almost daily blog for our church music program (called “Another Year of Insanity”) and you could call me hopelessly hooked on blogging!

I don't know how I got picked to be the shyest girl in the class!

I don't know how I got picked to be the shyest girl in the class!

The purpose of this blog, of course, is to reconnect with our classmates. “Whatever happened to . . . ?” In thinking about how to structure this blog, I have decided to leave Jim Ranshaw’s original blog intact, which you can find by clicking here  or by selecting “40th Class Reunion Blog” under Links on the top left hand side of the screen. You can also find a Burbank High School Class of 1968 page on FaceBook which was set up by Sallie Shelton Thomas.

I invite you all to send me information about yourself — what you’ve been up to in the last 44 years since high school graduation.  And I love “Before” and “After” pictures. (Presumably, all of us look better now!) Also, if you know of any classmates who have died, please send me any remembrances about their careers, news items or survivors.

Please contact us by using the form below. You can also access it from the top of the screen under “Contact Us.” I hope to hear from you!

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  1. […] UNLIKELY person to have this responsibility! Remember, I was named the Shyest Person in our class? If you click here, you can read the very first post I wrote on this […]

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