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Michelle Neaman-Liepke
Posted on the 2022-12-14 at 19:00
When I read the memorial section(some I knew about many I didn't) I felt terrible saddness for losing these people who I saw most every day from K-12 espically the Elliot kids.  I think about and have had dreams over the years where a SLP person will pop into my dream.  Thank you for all the great memories.  Michelle
Tim Hanson
Posted on the 2022-10-10 at 20:00
Thanks to the committee for doing an awesome job of planning and working our 50th re-union.  While I wa skeptical of the venue, it worked perfect.  It was great seeing 200 of my good looking classmates.  Also, thank you for posting the Elementary class reunion photos in photo albums.
Posted on the 2022-10-09 at 20:00

SLP "peeps"! What a wonderful night it was!
I am purposfully writting this note in orange AND in large font due to all the "I need my glasses." comments I witnessed. lol Your welcome.

I want to share how thrilling it was for me to once again experience the bond the class of '72 embraces. The acceptance, connection, respect and ease of "picking up where we left off", is truely a gift that many high school students do not cultivate. We Do! SLP Rocks! ( oh....there goes the cheerleader in me)
I don't know about you, but my mind is swirling with all the faces of the past, updates and so much fun!! Wish we had another day to strengthen our connections as adults....but still act like kids.  
If you were at the reunion last night, thank you. Know that you made someones' day.
A HUGE  THANK YOU to the reunion committee!!!! Kerry, Kim, Pam, Cookie, Gretch...who am I missing? You guys are awesome!!

Please stay in touch and thank you for a memorable evening.

Love ya,

Laura "Jake"

"Say what you want and say how you feel because......
those that matter don't mind. And...those that mind don't matter."

Dean Gallaway
Posted on the 2022-09-03 at 20:00
 Ok I was wrong, I admit it. I said there's not that many people I'd remember because I wasn't very social back in the day. Well I had a blast! very good time mixed with the memorials of the friends that have passed.  Got some new signatures in my year book. The Reunion Team did a wonderful job and deserve a big round of applause. They will be hard pressed to top this event Dean Gallaway  
Larry Kelner
Posted on the 2022-07-08 at 20:00

After High School went to Israel to work on a Kibbutz. Returned home and worked at Northwestern Bell for a year, then worked for the Minneapolis Public Schools for 30 years and retired from there in 2002.  I and my wife of 20 years,  were out of work for a year,  and now she has a great job and I work for Walmart.
Looking forward to seeing classmates at the reunion.

Nina Himmelman Rothman
Posted on the 2022-05-12 at 20:00
 Looking forward to seeing everyone. It\'s been so many years .
Kathy Pavey (Rucker)
Posted on the 2022-05-12 at 20:00
Wonderful class. We rocked it.  See you soon1
Kathy Pavey /rucker
Posted on the 2022-05-12 at 20:00
Hello wonderful friends of class 1972,   The best  Many fun memories.  Life is good.  Wonderful 5  grandchildren. And 4 children.  A lovely journey!    Looking forward to visiting!  
Kathy Pavey/Rucker
Posted on the 2022-05-12 at 20:00
Wonderful Memories. We have a outstanding 1972 SLP Class looking forward to the event
Robert (Bob) Rutt
Posted on the 2012-05-08 at 20:00
Looking forward to seeing folks not seen in 40 years. Almost 
certain  i\'ll be attending.
Wife is working.
Robert J. Rutt
Posted on the 2012-05-08 at 20:00
Looking forward to seeing & chatting with all 72\'ers. Even thouth we may not have known each other back then, we all have something in common. And I\'m sure many  storys to catch up on.
Robert Rutt
Posted on the 2012-05-08 at 20:00
Married 34 years to the same GIRL. 2 sons, no grandchildren. Self employed
Wound Up  Tight Electric , Guitar Finders
Lived got married & had 2 Sons while living in Hibbing Minnesota. Returned to St. Louis Park
after a job layoff. Have lived in STP for 20 plus years & planning retirement  back in Hibbing. Great place for hunting & fishing & not all the tourists from "DA Cities". Look forward to seeing others from 1972 Grad. Year.