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suzi Reus (hugueley)
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Poolesville MD Consultant - Human Capital Advisor Married 3
Shortly after high school, I married my high school sweetheart, Tony Hugueley, and we have been happily married for almost 40 years.  We lived in Mannheim, Germany for the first couple of years, where Tony was stationed in the Army.  We have 3 wonderful children and 7 precious grandchildren, all living close by.  I retired from NIH after a career in Human Resources and then went back to work as a consultant 3 days a week.  We love to travel and are going out west for the month of August.  I'm looking forward to seeing everyone at the reunion! Send suzi a MessageSend suzi a Message
Tony Hugueley (deceased)
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Poolesville MD Retired from Federal Gov Married 3
I can't believe it's been 41 years! I married my high school sweetheart, Suzi Reus, and we are celebrating our 40th anniversary in September! We have 3 great kids, 2 girls and a boy and 7 grandkids. I retired in 2006 from the Federal Government after 38 years in Energy Management and I've spent the last 2 years rebuilding a 1956 Chevrolet. We spend summers inMaryland and winters in our Palm Coast, Florida home. Hobbies include riding my Harley Davidson and smoking the tires every chance I get.
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Scott Imus
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Minden NV Retired environmental consultant Committed Relationship
Greetings Bulldogs

BS Geography, U of MD, MS Forestry, U of WA Lived in CA, WA, AZ, CO, WY and NV.

 I moved to Nevada from Wyoming to provide consulting services to the gold mining industry 20 years ago and never left.  My partner Cindy, a Nevada girl, and I live south of Carson City.  We are 30 minutes from Lake Tahoe, with wild horses at the back gate and eagles on the property.

 Last August I had a serious mule wreck in Oregon and broke my femur when we crossed paths with a mountain lion.  Until then saddle mules and horses were a large part of our lives.  Now we only have a Border Collie and two Welsh Corgis.

 I have always enjoyed boats, (especially overnite river trips), tent camping, fishing, hunting, and equines.  My Dad was part owner of a cattle ranch in Arizona for 25 years.  We have been involved with working cattle, horse pack trips, and trail rides.

 The two podiatrists, Mark Landry and Bill Crawford, and I have kept in touch through the years. Bill and I rafted the Grand Canyon together in 2005.

Please hoist one for me at the reunion.

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Phil Phil Jehle (Jehle)
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Ocean View DE Elementary Instrumental Music Teacher-Retired Married 1
After Churchill I went to Ohio Northern University. I majored in Music Education. After two years I transferred to the University of Maryland where I graduated. I actually subbed at WCHS for a year. The money should have been my first clue at $30 a day. I subbed for Ron Shurie, Mr. Permutter in Chemistry, Mr. Koons in shop and others. I began my teaching career at Sligo Jr. High then moved on to Northwood High School. When Northwood closed 5 years later I moved on to Woodward High School and two elementaries simultaneously. I really enjoyed the elementary level and that was a good thing because Woodward was closed after two years. Interestingly, I was offered the Band Director position at Churchill HS but wisely stayed in elementary. I continue to teach at 4 Elementaries. This is my 34th year of teaching in MCPS. I also taught Woodwinds and Woodwind Methods at Columbia Union College for ten years from 1982 to 1992. I received a Master of Music degree from Catholic University in 1988 and have been a member of the DC Federation of Musicians for more than 20 years. I have had some wonderful musical experiences over the years including playing Clarinet on the song, "Gee, Baby Ain't I Good To You?" on Eva Cassidy's first CD, Baritone Sax with Aretha Franklin, as well as playing with some smaller non headline groups at the Kennedy Center and Blues Alley. I will have been married 33 years to my wife Charlene by the day of the Reunion. We have a 17 year old daughter who is a Junior at Walt Whitman High School. We have lived in the Carderock Spring neighborhood since 1989 and really love the community. Send Phil a MessageSend Phil a Message
Larry Jeweler
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retired sch adm/hearing officer for supt Married 1
I left Churchill HS in 1973 to become a Science Resource Teacher for 10 years.  I then went into administration, and after a circuitous route, I returned to Churchill HS as an administrator!  Having retired from MCPS 11 years ago, I now work when I choose as a hearing officer for the superintendent of schools.  Wife Sue and I travel the world for a few months every year, and love that our kids and granddaughter are nearby.  The class of 1968 was the first group I ever taught, and the most memorable!  I cannot wait to see you all again!  

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Sharon Sue Weiss (Jones)
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Fort Myers Beach Florida Single Again 2

Graduated from Hood College in Frederick in '71, having spent a semester in London, then worked for them in Admissions (more travel - I love to travel). Married and moved to Colorado for 11 years where I had my son (30) and daughter( 24). Moved back to Bethesda where I saw many of you at the other Reunions we had. In '99 moved to Florida.  We have a beautiful home on a canal. I have taught myself to drive our boats, & enjoy visiting my grandson (2) in Tallahassee where both my kids are earning their degrees.  Am doing some fascinating work with personal growth seminars and still enjoying traveling, with books on tape to get in my reading time.  Can we have another Reunion next year?

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Priscilla Walker (Joyner)
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Nokomis Florida retired Married 2
     Hello fellow classmates!  Forty years has disappeared so quickly!  After losing contact with everyone a few years after graduation, it's been such a treat reading about what's going on in other classmates lives.  Looking at all the bios, I'd say that our class turned out pretty darn good!
     After graduation from Churchill I migrated to FL to attend Florida Southern College, majoring in elementary education and math.  There I met my husband Lynn, and married just weeks after graduation.  He's one of the few Florida natives here residing in FL!  We've had 36 wonderful years of marriage, and look forward to many more in the future.
     Our first year of marriage took us to Rota, Spain, compliments of Uncle Sam.  It was a great time to be there.....before kids and before inflation hit!  We took advantage of having the opportunity to travel while we were overseas.  Upon returning to the states, we initially settled in the Tampa Bay area, then moved to Ft. Lauderdale, then Brandon, Bradenton, and now currently in Venice/Nokomis, FL, (just south of Sarasota, on the west coast). 
     My husband just celebrated 30 years with State Farm Insurance, and is looking forward to retirement in the future.  I taught middle school math, until becoming a full time mom.   We have two children, ages 23 and 31, both boys.  Our oldest son, David, is married to a beautiful girl he met at Wake Forest University, where he earned his master's degree in accounting.  His wife, Caitlin, enjoyed teaching high school English.  On New Year's day, '07, they presented us with an amazing grandson, Austin, who has become an integral part of our lives.  My youngest son, Steve, is currently attending FL Atlantic University, and is hoping to become a graphic artist someday. He has fought a courageous battle with cancer since the age of 3, when he was diagnosed with a brain tumor. After chemo and radiation, he defied all the odds and survived!  His life has been one of dozens of surgeries and challenges over the years, but with his determination and courage, he has stood out in school and the community as an inspiration to all.
     Our family has been very involved with the American Cancer Society, as well as other civic and social organizations.  I enjoy playing as much golf as possible, as well as boating, fishing, traveling, photography, and spending time with family.  Our most memorable trip was to S. Africa celebrating our 35th year of marriage.
     I was so looking forward to seeing and visiting with everyone at the reunion, but unfortunately will not be able to attend due to a conflicting trip to Italy, and my son's two recent surgeries.  My thoughts will be with y'all though!!!  If any of you vacation here on the west coast of Florida, please look us up!!




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B.J. (Betty) Hugueley (Judd)
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Palm Coast FL Program Manager juddbj@flagler.k12.fl.us Married 3
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Mike Kahn
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Delray Beach FL Retired Divorced 1
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Frank Kelly
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New York NY Lighting and Multimedia Design Consultant Married 1
After graduating from Churchill, I went off the Va Tech with Paul Dawson. He left after 1 year (I was a very poor substitute for Cathy Smith), but I stayed. Switched my major from electrical engineering to theater arts, graduated with an BFA and then attended graduate school at SMU in Dallas and got married after the first year to to a great person I met at Va Tech. We both graduated with MFAs in theater, worked on a Broadway-bound show rehearsed at SMU, moved to NYC in 1975 and haven't left.

My wife Nancy and I worked in the arts (she staying in the arts mainly at Lincoln Center), and I worked off-Broadway, and in the opera as a theatrical designer before going to work for a television production company where I mainly focused on the design of corporate televison studios, conference facilities, and theaters for casinos, corporations, and colleges. I also did lighting for televison and architecture, including several state capitals and both houses of Congress in Washington, D.C., and many hotels, offices, and restaurants, not to mention a few public monuments. 

For the last eight years I have worked for a national audio/video integration company on a variety of projects for corporations, universities, and arts organizations. I feel that I have ended up close to where I started in high school as one of the audio/visual guys!

My daughter, Kate, is now a junior in high school and we have recently shared our yearbooks. She can't believe that the Key Club existed back in the dark ages (I gave her my pin, which I still had). She also thought kids looked just as goofy then, but at least now the pictures are in color!

Looking forward to seeing everyone, and want to especially thank Bob for arranging the visual aids for all our lapsing memories. I am sure we are all still teenagers on the inside, regardless of what the mirror is telling us!
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