Use this section to...
(1) enter your Profile, (2) find out about your classmates, and (3) communicate with them. This is a secure area, so usernames and passwords are involved. Want help? Contact Diana Buckingham at mamabuck@twcny.rr.com.


(1) Enter your Profile for the first time:
a) If you are new to this area, click the "Add Your Profile" button.
b) Create a Username and Password and enter them. Then write them down.
c) Fill in the rest of the form
and enter the security code at the bottom. If you don't fill in the security code correctly, you will have at least one more chance to enter it.
d) Diana will add your Yearbook photo to your Profile. If you want to add a current photo, send a .jpg/.gif or other photo media to Diana by attaching it to an e-mail.


(2) How To update your Profile:
a) If you already have a Profile, then retrieve it using the search function, and click the "Edit Your Profile" button.
b) The system will ask you for your Username and Password. If you forgot them, click on the "I forgot my username and password" button. You will receive an e-mail within a couple of minutes containing the two items. Write them down again.
c) Update your Profile and save it.


(3) Helpful things to know:
a) If you don't want to mess with Usernames and Passwords, send your information to Diana with a note saying: "I don't want to mess with this, but I want to share some information." Diana will enter the info, but may make you wish you had just gotten a Username/Password.
b) If you want to see where classmates now live, click on the "Where are they now" button.
c) Use the "Send This Person A Message" button to send an e-mail to a specific person.
You can only use it to contact one person at a time.


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Linda Apgar (Rutty)
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Ithaca NY Fays & Eckerd 25 yrs. now retired 4 yrs. Married
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Jerry Rychlyk
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Tempe Arizona retired Divorced 2 4, 2 boys and 2 girls Worked for the post office. Have lived in Arizona since 1971. I am retired and enjoying life.
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Helen Saunders
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Ithaca NY Still Working as Financial Consultant Single
Judy Scheinuk
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Shore Line WA Retired - 6 yrs. Single Retired in 2000 from Port of Seattle. Working as DBA Contractor since retirement. Play flute & piccolo in Community Band & Quartet.
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Ron Schmal
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Fairfax VA Clinical Psychologist for 37 yrs. Married 3 Went off to Cornell, managed to graduate in four years and then off to DC where I got my Ph.D.in Clinical Psychology and also met my wife. Stayed in the DC/Virginia area, have been a therapist for almost forty years and raised a family. Have three "kids" but no grandchildren as of yet. I get up to Ithaca quite often in that my sister-in-law and husband both are at the Business School at Cornell. I still love Ithaca but each year the winters seem colder and longer,if that is possible.
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Fred Schnitzer
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St Ignatius MT Pro. Builder/ Contractor Married 2 7 granddaughters 2017 has brought us out of our fourth winter in western Montana. We have traded the rolling swells of the Pacific Ocean near San Diego for the magnificent Mission Mountains of the Continental Divide. We designed and built a little country home near St.Ignatius, just south of Flathead Lake. It is in the Amish style as we are in the heart of Amish country; much of the land here is either farmed or ranched. A neighboring dairy farmer takes care of our field and we harvest a bit over 400 tons of alfalfa in a 4 month summer season. There is an abundance of wildlife here. We have 40 wolves in the valley, at times we have Grizzly bears in our field and there are elk most evenings, jumping the fence up near the canal to feed on the grasses there. We had a cougar come down the length of the garage last winter and fox & coyote hunt the field for moles, voles and mice. There is a great variety of bird life; we have 15 different varieties of owl alone. There are three eagles if you count the Osprey as a fishing eagle; a dozen hawks as well as Falcons, Kestrels, Vultures, Kites, Pheasants and, our personal favorite, the Hungarian or Grey Partridge. Springtime brings a host of ducks of various sorts and colors. We had only moderate success with our garden this year but the deer loved it. We have planted a dozen fruit trees, some coniferous and a host of flowering plants. There is a rock wall between our field and the one to the south and I have been reclaiming it, just for fun. We enjoy our many guests and often have a bonfire after dark that burns well into the night. Gretchen is still writing grants for her non-profit group which originated in San Diego. She is a fabulous cook and a great sport. She swims three times a week at the Aquatic Club, she has a great circle of friends and keeps our appointment calendar almost full. Our events these day include Pheasants Forever, Ducks Unlimited, Friends of the Indian Museum and the Audubon Society. We are discovering Montana by following the trails of Lewis & Clark through the area. There is a "Blue Ribbon" trout stream just the other side of the National Bison Range and I have brought home the essentials for Rainbow trout tacos many times. I am a bow hunter but have had only marginal luck with the elk population this season. I am giving serious consideration to switching back to the camera; at least it wouldn't be so clumsy and anything I shot wouldn't have to be packed out. I have a couple buddies that I ski with through the winter up near Glacier Park. We enjoy some favorite Public Broadcasting shows and still spend most evenings with a good book. We enjoy the peace and quiet and celebrate a small flock of Trumpeter swans against the mountains or a storm rolling in from the west. We call our place "the Lucky Dog Ranch" and think of ourselves as the lucky dogs. We love company and any of you that may be heading this way (Glacier Park, Banff, Calgary & Jasper are just up the road), we have plenty of room in "the Bunkhouse". Bring your binoculars, a camera and be prepared to be dazzled. See you soon.
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Sherrie Johnston (Schwartz)
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Ithaca NY RN - 21 yrs. Married 2 1 Worked for Importer Balinese Goods 1 1/2 yrs.; Bakery Worker - 2 yrs.; Cab Driver - 2 1/2 yrs. 2 Daughters - Wylie age 35 & Dylan age 30. 1 Grandson - Kenyon 8 yrs. Special Interests: Travel, Gardening, Reading, Gambling
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Ron Seacord
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Ithaca NY Semi-Retired Married
Irving J. Seely
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Dundee NY Maintenance Mechanic - 20 yrs., K-Venture Bus driver - 16 yrs. Married 2 3 - Johnathan T. Kessill, Felicia A. Seely, Mason W. Seely
Barbara Bartholf (Selsky)
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Sebring FL Retired 9 yrs. Widowed The loss of my husband of 17 years and finding Bill Godwin who I have known for 25 yrs. We get along so well. Bill is into car racing of all types of cars.
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