Here is the second of our series of Missing Classmates. The lists are purposely being kept short to help to help focus our efforts. Please review the names and email any information you may know that will help us locate them and tell them about our 50th Reunion. Last known states where they lived and siblings or others who may know where they currently live will be very helpful.
Oh, one other thing, if you know the married names of any of the women on the list, that would be extremely helpful.
Also, as described below, if you would like to take up the search for one or more of these classmates, I have reports consisting of leads that I can provide you.
Already, we have located a couple of people who were on the first list. As before, the names for this edition are listed at the bottom.
Please email me at email@example.com or leave a comment below if you have information that will help us.
We are still missing about 130 classmates. The committee really needs your help in trying to locate and contact them. All of our Missing classmates are all listed here:
By the way, the above link is directly from our class blog, which I hope you are periodically checking for the latest details about our reunion and other news about our class. Here is its address:
We have some possible leads (addresses and a few phone numbers) for each of these from a database search. Here is how you can help.
1. Select one or more names that that you would be willing to help search for. Email me the name or names and I will send you what information I have on potential leads. I’ll also make sure you have contact information to provide them.
2. For many of these people, we do not even have a last known city or state where they lived at one time. If you know this information for one of those listed, please email me. It would be a big help. I will then run a more focused search, hopefully yielding better information.
3. If there is anyone on our total Missing List that you would like to help find, don’t wait for their names to appear this series of emails. Let me know who they are and I will send you the results we have for them.
As you probably suspect, most of the leads in these reports will be dead ends. But I can tell you from personal experience that, when you do locate a missing classmate, it is extremely rewarding. Some may say that if a missing classmate has not made an effort to reconnect, they may not have any interest in doing so. That may be true. But I think the more likely scenario is they will be very appreciative and happy that someone from HS thought enough of them to seek them out. It may even encourage them to attend the reunion.
Here is the second batch of names Thanks so much for helping.