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Last update:  May 24, 2019
August 30, 2008
Registered til:
August 21, 2021

From Len Patterson:

Hello, I'm glad you are visiting my web site dedicated to my fellow classmates from Port Huron High School, Class of 1963. I trust that you will be able to gain a sense of who we are.

My priority is to represent the class and all of its activities from the past, present and future. It is my intent to focus on family-like relationships, the healthy kind that builds people up and enhances their lives.

The limited information found here is to peak your interest. If you find the page rewarding, please share it with other classmates. I have a limited number of classmates on my mailing list.!

Blessings to you,
Len Patterson



Charlie Winters - FLASH MOB Picnic? Caryl Atfield-Butler called last evening and made the following suggestion. Charlie's band Dynasty will be playing on Wednesday, July 17th, in the Marysville City Park Band Shell, starting at 7 p.m. The FREE Concert is open to the public. Refreshments and 50/50 tickets available during concert. Crossfire Grill will also be available. In the event of inclement weather, the concert will be moved to Marysville High School Auditorium. Caryl is suggesting: Brown Bag Picnic? Class picnic? Two hours before? Your thoughts please.

HELP WANTED - PHHS Class of 1969 is planning their 50th class reunion. If you had siblings or know of friends that graduated from PH in 1969, please pass along the following information regarding their August 16, 17 reunion events. Reunion details and registation form can be found on our web site at: Class of 1969 Reunion.

MEMORIAL DAY! Memorial Day, in the United States, is always celebrated on the last Monday of May. This year it is Monday, the 27th of May. Memorial Day started as an event to honor Union soldiers who had died during the American Civil War. It was inspired by the way people in the Southern states honored their dead. After World War I, it was extended to include all men and women who died in any war or military action.

Memorial Day was originally known as Decoration Day. The current name for this day did not come into use until after World War II. Decoration Day and then Memorial Day used to be held on May 30, regardless of the day of the week, on which it fell. In 1968, the Uniform Holidays Bill was passed as part of a move to use federal holidays to create three-day weekends. This meant that that, from 1971, Memorial Day holiday has been officially observed on the last Monday in May. Our class had 106 veterans! Of those, 46 served in Vietnam. We only had one classmate officially killed (Wayne Teeple) in action in Vietnam. But 28 Vietnam veteranclassmates have passed. Who knows how many of those actually passed from sustainded wounds or affliction attributed to their service in Vietnam. Of the 106 known veterans, we have lost 46classmates. Sixty veteran classmates remain living. Please take the time to review the class veterans web page. If you know any of any living veterans, please take the time to recognize and "Thank" them. A tribute to our veterans be found at Veteran's Tribute.

     – To provide the best possible classmate communication path as possible.
     – Bring to the attention of others the importance of being together.
     – To freely promote all classmate activities locally or out of state.
  Do you remember these trivia answers?
     – Class flower? ... Lilly of the Valley
     – Class colors? ... Coral and White
     – Class motto? ... Our errors in the past, our gains in the future.
     – Senior Prom Location? ... Kenwick Terrace, Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
     – Senior Play? ... "Dear Delinquent"
     – Football record? ... Season record was 4 - 2 -1
     – Prom Queen/King? ... Laura Marlette & Charlie Huebner
     – Class Veledictorian? ... 3 - David Bailey, Robert McIntyre, James E. Miller
     – Who was Saulutatorian? ... Catherine Moore
     – Who wrote the fight song? ... Orv Payton. father of Judi Payton
     – Who were the class officers? ... Mark Sokoloff (Pres), Neil Hollenshead (VP),  Alice Carson (Sec), Tom Gaffney (Tres)
If you have moved, please print and mail this "change of address form" or send me an email.
Click to link to American Grill Yellow Page BYO Breakfast
American Grill
June 17th @ 9:00AM

Coffee Clutch Gathering.
Kaffee Klatsch
Vantage Point
June 27th. @ 10AM
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