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•   Walter Ednie  4/18
•   Lynda Harris (Mella)  4/8
•   Linda Haydo (Havener)  4/5
•   David L Weigel -Should Have Graduated With Us. Moved Jr Yr  2/27
•   Jon Vogler  2/26
•   Natalie Lagana (Keller)  6/21
•   Patty Strohl (Schwartz)  5/9
•   Karen Johnston (Stark)  8/17
•   Joanne Berendt (Petro)  8/17
•   JoAnne Brendt (Petro)  8/17
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

1 lives in Alabama
4 live in Arizona
4 live in California
1 lives in Colorado
7 live in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
1 lives in Illinois
2 live in Indiana
1 lives in Kentucky
2 live in Maryland
2 live in Massachusetts
2 live in Michigan
3 live in New Jersey
2 live in New Mexico
2 live in New York
3 live in North Carolina
10 live in Ohio
3 live in Oregon
91 live in Pennsylvania
2 live in South Carolina
3 live in Tennessee
2 live in Texas
1 lives in Utah
3 live in Virginia
1 lives in Washington
1 lives in Wisconsin
8 location unknown
102 are deceased


•   John Buner  8/24
•   Caroll Hollinback (Young)  8/24
•   Bill Morgan  9/15


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Lincoln High School
Class Of 1958

Welcome to the Lincoln High Class Of 1958 web site. How wonderful it is to keep in touch. This web site has been created for just that reason. Please look around, click on the different links and up-date your profile. Have fun....


Please, Please, Please

So much has been changing since this was first posted.  Many of us are not sure what to do or who to believe when it comes to the recommendations concerning this virus.

Try to keep up with the latest information and use common sense when it comes to "your body." If you are comfortable with wearing a mask and think you should, wear one.  If not, don't wear one.  Same with venturing out into large gatherings.  Many people have "gone back to normal" and are attending large crowd events. If you are comfortable with this, do it.  If you aren't comfortable, stay close to home.

Please use your common sense and do what is good for you.  Don't be pressured or shamed into doing something you know you shouldn't do.

Stay well my friends and please stay safe.


Where did it go?
Barely the day started and... it's already six in the evening.
Barely arrived on Monday and it's already Friday.
... and the month is already over.
... and the year is almost over.
... and already 50, 60 or 70 years of our lives have passed.
... and we realize that we lost our parents, friends.
and we realize it's too late to go back...
So... Let's try, despite everything, to enjoy the remaining time...
Let's keep looking for activities that we like...
Let's put some color in our grey...
Let's smile at the little things in life that put balm in our hearts.
And despite everything, we must continue to enjoy with serenity this time we have left. Let's try to eliminate the afters...
I'm doing it after...
I'll say after...
I'll think about it after...
We leave everything for later like ′′ after ′′ is ours.
Because what we don't understand is that:
Afterwards, the coffee gets cold...
afterwards, priorities change...
Afterwards, the charm is broken...
afterwards, health passes...
Afterwards, the kids grow up...
Afterwards parents get old...
Afterwards, promises are forgotten...
afterwards, the day becomes the night...
afterwards life ends...
And then it's often too late....
So... Let's leave nothing for later...
Because still waiting see you later, we can lose the best moments,
the best experiences,
best friends,
the best family...
The day is today... The moment is now...
We are no longer at the age where we can afford to postpone what needs to be done right away.
So let's see if you have time to read this message

Class Chat Room on Zoom

Hi Everyone,

We have started a Class Chat Room on Zoom.  We had our first "chat" on Monday, October 26th and had a really nice time chatting.  We enjoyed it so much that we are going to schedule them on Monday nights for the foreseeable future. Time is 8:30 EST.

If you are interested in joining us, email Dave Johnson at He will put you on the meeting list and send you an email the day of each chat.  All you do is click on the link and you will be let into the chat room. Once you are on his meeting list, you won't have to email him again.  Whenever there is a chat, you will automatically get an email so you can join that night's chat, "if you want to." Otherwise just ignore the invite.

Some of you have had a few questions:

Do I need a camera?   

    Yes, you need a camera.  If you don't have one they are readily available at Walmart, Staples, Target, Amazon and many others. You can get a HD Plug and Play camera for around $30. Just plug it into one of your USB ports and it will set itself up.  (Questions - call Dave 607-648-3163)

Do I need to download Zoom?

    No....  Once you receive the invitation from Dave, just click on it and it will ask you if you want to join a meeting in progress. (may ask "as a participant)  Click yes and you will be let into the chat room.  It may also ask you if you want to download Zoom. That is up to you.  It is not necessary but if you do, it is not difficult. 

Hope to see you next Monday,




Mr.Brown always said that the Class of 58 was the best and his favorite. 

Well you just proved him right.

Your generosity has been wonderful and we will be able to keep the Class Site for not 3 years, but 5 years. There are some safe guards built in if I am not able to maintain the site and we cannot find someone to take over.  The owners of the service would prorate based on the rate paid and the amount unused and refund any unused portion.

I will be depositing your checks this week and paying our subscription.  Any monies not used in this transaction will be forwarded to Louisa and placed in the Class bank account for future use. (Hope this virus hurries up and gets done with so we can get together soon)

You guys are the greatest !!!!!

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.











"Looking Back"

Here is a treasure trove of nostalgia

Thanks to Natalie Lagana and Jayne Dombeck

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