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Helene Gurevitz (Josephson)
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IL Retired Widowed 2 DeWitt Clinton Mr. Coorlas 4 Enjoy every day and take the time to stop and smell the roses! After graduation I attended Roosevelt University for a year and then went to work. I married Eliott Josephson in 1964. We have two sons, Mark (Lea) and Scott (Toni), 3 wonderful grandsons and a beautiful granddaughter. I was a stay at home Mom for 20 years and then went back to work as an Office Manager/Executive Assistant. Eliott passed away from ALS in 2006. We had been married for 42 years. I retired in 2009 and am enjoying travel, reading, needlepoint, friends and spending time with my grandchildren.
I'm sure none of us can believe that it has been 50 years!!  I am looking forward to seeing old friends. Send Helene a MessageSend Helene a Message
Linda Hajos
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CO retired Married 2 P.S. 122 Bronx, N.Y. Mr. Coorlas 2 The Serenity Prayer Bachelor's degree in Chemistry from Northwestern University, research asst. at medical schools, married, 2 children. Became a technical writer, then went back to College of Lake County for computer courses. Installed accounting system on computer, ran the accounting for company and was office manager. Now retired, hiking, gardening and bridgeplaying.
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Shirley Hardman (Walker)
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SC Retired Widowed 3 Graeme Stewart Hubbard 7 I have enjoyed the second blooming that comes when you finish the life somewhat controlled by emotions; and suddenly find at the age of almost 70...that a whole new life has opened before you, filled with things you can think about, study or read about. It is as if a fresh sap of ideas and thoughts were rising in you. The best, truly is, yet to be.

....included education, marriage, rearing three daughters. When the last one went to kindergarten, I began teaching third through eighth grades.
During this time, my students and I were involved in writing two books, and giving back to the community with a yearly project. Half of my twenty-six years in education was spent as a Master Teacher, teaching/training student teachers.

My daughters are well educated...two were business majors and one is an aerospace engineer. They are now enjoying motherhood.

After my husband's death 6 years ago, I moved to SC to be nearer my daughters.

At present I am really enjoying my grandchildren, a bit of traveling(off to Europe in October), working with the local Medical Alliance (my husband was a Georgia physician, and my son-in-law is a local physician), volunteering in other areas, and serving on various boards.

Unfortunately, my parents were transferred to Atlanta in 1958.  I graduated from a great Georgia high school and college, but never forgot my years at Senn.

Thank you for allowing me to celebrate the 50th reunion with you.
 
Gloria Harlib (Geiger)
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AZ Retired - Housewife Married 2 Goudy Bayer 4, Gabby 11,Sean 9 Nick 6 Ethan 9 Life is just a bowl of cherries, but not every one likes cherries I met my husband Robert the end of our last year at Senn.
I was at the Morse ave. beach doing publicity for the Miss Illinois pagent, which I was a finalist in. I didn't win, but it jump started my modeling career. We moved to Ca. My husband was in the clothing business and he outfitted the stars of many T.V. shows and movies. We had a great time meeting all these celebrities. We now live in a Senior Community in Sun Lakes, Az. There are a lot of people from Chicago here.
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Owen Harris
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IL Married I have a BA in Microbiology from SIU, An MS in Microbiology from the University of Oklahoma and a PhD in Food Science from the University of Missouri. I have worked for various food companies like Sara Lee and Ovaltine. Much of my work has been related to bacteria and food. I am a member of the Institute of Food technologists and a life member of the US Chess Federation.
Charlene Harvey (Eberwine)
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CA retired educator and Director of Student Activities Single 2 Hayt Mrs. Bernice Antoine 3 "One hundred years from now it will not matter what my bank account was, the sort of house I lived in, or the kind of car I drove, but the world may be different because I was important in the life of a child." I graduated from Valparaiso University in Indiana in 1964 with a degree in physical education and history. I taught 3 years at Proviso West HS in Hillside, IL for 3 years, in Belgium for the Dept. of Defense for SHAPE (military branch of NATO) & retired after 32 years in northern CA. I was married in Frankfort, Germany and divorced in Sacramento, CA. In between I had one daughter in Maine (Heidi, 42 yr. in July) & one in California (Cathleen, turned 40 last Dec). I am active in the local chapter of American Association of University Women & participate in a book club, birdwatching, movie club & theater ushering. I belong to Root Cellar, a genealogy society & have been a complier on 2 books, one on Sac. County Marriages 1850-1906 & one on Sac. County Divorces 1850-1979. We are currently working on the Sac. County Coroner’s Register and documenting a local cemetery. I am part of my church’s media team, childcare team and coordinate email prayer requests. My passions are my grandchildren, birdwatching, genealogy and walking in this great California weather.
Kudos to the team putting this all together. I will not be attending, but have enjoyed visiting the website & walking down memeory lane and will visit it again.
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Raye "Pixie" Havens (Isenberg)
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IL Clinical Social Work (Psychotherapist - Private Practice) Married 2 Goudy Mrs. Levine 2 Life is short and precious - handle with care. Masters in Social Work. Over 30 years in practice. Lots of lecturing, teaching at both undergrad and graduate level.

Blessed with a wonderful spouse, Sheldon Isenberg, fantastic children, "daughter-in-love"s, and grandchildren that fill me with warmth and laughter.

Interests have included travel, the arts, reading, hiking, gardening, involvement in community and synagogue.

I'm currently in the process of applying to a rabbinic ordination program. When we took our "attitude and interest" inventory at Senn in our junior year, one that I ranked very high on was "clergy", but women were many years from being admitted into ordination programs. I'm "feeling out" what I want to do with this next part of my life; this is still, and even more deeply, high on the list.

So ---
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Barry Hechtenthal (Thalden)
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OR Architect - Retired www.thaldenboyd.com Married 3 Daniel Boone Ms. Collins 4 Persistance ovecomes all obstacles. I attended the University of Illinois, earning degrees in both Architecture and Architectural Engineering and then went to the University of Michigan for Master Degrees in Architecture and in Natural Resources and Planning. I am a member of the American Institute of Architects and was elected as a “Fellow” in the American Society of Landscape Architects after serving as national vice president.

I was fortunate enough to fulfill my dream, since Boone School days, of becoming an architect. The firm I founded in 1971, THALDEN • BOYD • EMERY ARCHITECTS, has offices in St. Louis, Tulsa and Las Vegas. We specialize in the design of casinos, hotels and resorts throughout the U.S. and internationally. The firm ranks amongst the “Largest Hospitality Design Firms in the U.S.” Projects include the $250 million Buffalo Thunder Resort in Santa Fe, NM., the $200 million Casino Morongo Resort in Palm Springs, CA., the Hard Rock Casino Resort in Tulsa, OK., the theming of the Venetian Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, and the National Bowling Hall of Fame and Museum in St. Louis. Closer to Chicago, I was the architect for the Potawatomi Casino in Milwaukee and the Ho Chunk Casino Resort in Wisconsin Dells. (www.thaldenboyd.com)

I enjoy writing feature articles for professional magazines and speaking at conferences. My firm has been given numerous awards and honors, and my accomplishments have been recognized in “Who's Who in America,” and “Who's Who in the World.”

In 2014 I retired and live in Ashland, Oregon with my wife Kathryn when we are not traveling.
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Madeleine (Maddy) Hellman (Lebedow)
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IL Pres., MfL Associates - Meeting & Conference Planning www.mflassociates.com Married 2 Boone Mrs. Forsland Just as the yearbook said, I graduated college(U of I) and became a teacher until I became a full time mother. Went went back to work planning meetings,trade shows, and conferences. Started my own meeting planning/conference coordination company. Aaron and I have five daughters and 12 grandchildren between us....and we travel a great deal - both for business and pleasure. Love the Symphony and fine art - So very blessed to have a wonderful family and good health. This milestone reunion will bring together those who lost touch with one another, with the opportunity to renew old friendships.
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Rochelle (Shelley) Herbst
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IL Retired (Semi) Single Swift Bernice Antoine After graduation, I first attended Indiana University and then finished at the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana with a BS in Education. Later I earned an MS Ed. in Computers/Instructional Technology from Northern Illinois University. I taught for 39 years in the Chicago Public Schools’ primary grades—the first 4 yrs. in the inner city at Schley Elementary and the next 35 yrs. at Swift Elementary where I had attended myself from Kindergarten through 8th grade. (At first it was kind of weird being back on the other side of the desk and among teachers who I personally had had.) I retired in 2004, but then returned in 2005 to work one day a week as a Computer Assistant at Bell Elementary. Funding for my position may be cut for next year, so maybe then I will finally fully retire for good!...Or not...

From reading the profiles, I see that a number of my Senn classmates also chose teaching or have mates who were teachers, so you know the stresses and challenges of this profession. But, I hope you also found, as I did, the joys and rewards, too. (Very few go into it for the money, especially if you work in the Chicago Public Schools.) I miss the interaction with the children and my fellow teachers and staff, but definitely not all the paperwork! I consider myself blessed to have been able to work with exceptional staffs at all 3 of those schools and I still maintain friendships with several of those teachers.

I received two computer grants in 1983 and 1984 and thus began my love for computers and what they can do. Back then we used those huge floppies and even cassette tapes! Over the years, I gradually accumulated 17 Apple IIe’s and 4 Macs in the back of my crowded classroom. At Swift, I pioneered integrating technology into the curriculum.

My second passion was downhill skiing. During the 70’s and 80’s I skied a lot in Michigan, Wisconsin, and out West, took flying lessons, led a Junior Girl Scout troop, did TM and EST, became a vegetarian, sold insurance part-time, and dabbled in multi-level marketing (the latter two hoping to find an income source once I retired, but didn’t find either satisfying enough to continue. I have traveled and cruised in Europe, Mexico, the Caribbean, and the USA (thanks to CPS vacation time. I enjoy going to movies, the theater and dance series, sudoku and other brain-teasers, getting together with friends, and exploring the wonders of modern technology; and since retiring, I have more time to do these things. I also love having the luxury of sleeping in late or staying up all night finishing a book that I just can’t put down (thanks or no thanks to recently getting a Kindle. I now also have more time to devote to my third passion—writing. I feel fortunate to have arrived at retirement in good health and I’m enjoying it to the fullest...most days.

I won’t be able to attend the reunion, so I’m glad to have been able to catch up a bit through reading the profiles. Thank you to the reunion committee for putting together this wonderful site and for all your time and efforts in planning the reunion. It’s hard to believe it’s been 50 years already!


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