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Posted on: Feb 02, 2018 at 6:01 AM
Since you are reading this message, it is quite clear that this knucklehead has figured out what went wrong. After reading your email I laid in bed thinking what possibility went wrong. I dug back in my systems accounting background and thought about security packages and came to the conclusion that since I use variable sets of my password but it is the same password the system security package was set up to disallow similar passwords. So this morning I went back to the reset option and entered my favorite Boston baseball team as my new password and lo behold here I am. Thanks for you assistance Mike. Talk to you soon. By the way, I like the new features on the page.
Posted on: Sep 11, 2017 at 5:57 AM
Will the Conard 65 classmates who live on the west coast of Florida let us know what impact hurricane Irma had on your life yesterday and today.
Randall, It was Mrs. Boyer I remember her well because she made me so welcomed into my new school. I believe you got her confused with Mr. Baker our 6th grade teacher who had a reputation with the kids as being mean (which I did'nt find much credance).
John and I were classmates since 5th grade when I first moved to Elmwood from Hartford. In Mrs. Boyer's class were classmates as Pete Cohen, Paul Holmes, Richard Galvin, Vinny Motolo, Jim Valitsky, Joanne Fournier, and Linda Bower (If I forgot anybody else please forgive me.). John was always the clown always cracking jokes. I will always remember his smile. Rest in Peace John.
Posted on: Jul 17, 2017 at 5:51 AM
Enjoyed the Courant article on Mr. Lauer. Even though I didn't the voice to have him for a teacher, it still reminds of how fortunate we were to have all the many talented and dedicated teachers at Conard. God Bless You Mr. Lauer.
Happy Birthday Richard, welcome to over 70 club. Richard Pane
Posted on: Feb 20, 2017 at 4:33 AM
Can any classmate in Florida recommend a active over 55 community? I got to get out of Washington ASAP before all hell breaks out.
For all the fellow Classmates celebrating their February birthdays. HAPPY Birthday and welcome to the 70 decade club.
We have just gone through a vicious and painful Presidential campaign and election. Today, we must put aside all of our differences and come together as a community to restore the dignity and humanity of this great country. All this hate and evil has divided this country and has allowed the extremes of both sides of the political spectrum to run rampant. Today, I have promised not to mention politics, religion, economics, sports, or any other subject that brings discord between individuals. I am focusing on the individuals that will be gathering at our table and enjoying their company. Let us all gather together in peace and harmony and share our blessings that our Father in heaven has bestowed on us with everyone that we come in contact with and make a difference in their lives. HAPPY THANKSGIVING CLASS OF 65.
Lupo, it is great to see you join the web site. Remember all the good times at Talcott with you as the soccer star for the Talcott Tigers. How is your cousin Connie? Keep in touch with us.
Richard, sorry that you couldn't make the 50th class reunion. I had brought class pictures from the 5th and 6th grade at Elmwood Elementary and I thought that any of our old classmates still around would enjoy seeing them. Hope to see you at the next one.
For Classmates that didn't know but today, 15 years at 9:39 A.M. I was working in room 4B467 at the Pentagon. This was the section of the building that was struck by the passenger plane. I have just finished telling my story on facebook and those who have access to my facebook can read it. I would like to share it here but memories of the day is still running full speed ahead. Maybe at the next reunion I will be able to tell it. Please, at 9:49 A.M. say a little prayer for those unlucky to not to survive.
Posted on: Jul 20, 2016 at 5:47 AM
My daughter Theresa will be getting married in two weeks on July 31 at Mount St Mary's University chapel in Emmittsburg, MD. She will be marrying one of her college friends. She graduated from Mount St Mary's in 2003 with a degree in English (what would Mr. Roberts think that Pitiful Pane produced an English major) and is currently working at a law firm in Annapolis. Larry graduated a year later with a degree in Accounting and has worked at a large accounting firm in Baltimore and has passed the CPA and is currently working for the National Security Agency at Ft Meade, MD. My only regret about Larry is that he is an Oriole fan but I thank God that he is not an evil empire (Yankees) fan - GO RED SOX.
Posted on: Jul 18, 2016 at 7:59 PM
I was looking at all the birthdays coming up and it dawn on me that I might be one of the old fogeys (February 1947) in the class. Does anyone know who is the oldest and the youngest in our class?
I would like to share this moment of extreme enlightenment (amazing for a fellow who barely graduated Conard). We are now have celebrated our 50th high school anniversary and some of us (including myself) are reaching our 7th decade here on planet earth. I have come to the conclusion that we should take the time to remember and to celebrate our times at Elmwood, Charter Oak, Walcott, and King Phillip Elementary (I may have miss one or two), Talcott Jr, Sedgwick Jr, and King Phillip Jr Highs, and Conard. I truly didn't appreciate what I had learned or the people that I have been in contact with (except for Mr. Roberts) until they have past away from our universe to a greater kingdom. For those who couldn't make it to the 50th. You truly missed a great opportunity to gather together again and to visit such haunts as the hollow halls of Conard and the dark and dreary Fernwood in Elmwood because we had a fabulous time pointing fingers and trying to remember each other's names (thank goodness I had my class book and elementary school pictures with me). For those classmates and now friends who share laughs and tears during the weekend Thank you very much for being there and sharing your stories. Hope to see you all in four more years. For those classmates that I missed sending Birthday Wishes - HAPPY BELATED BIRTHDAY. For Ron Tedesco - Mr. Schmidt needs to see you in the office.