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With a heavy heart, we announce that Jim Stork passed away on Sunday, June 28th. We will soon add him to our In Memory Gallery. You can read about his rich life in Classmate Profiles. Condolences to his family and many friends.
Hello all friends of Jim Stork,
It's me, Mags Petela, Jim's sweetie for more than 30 years, with the saddening news that Jim died, gracefully and peacefully in my arms, at his home, Casa Agave, in Mexico on Sunday, June 28, 2015. He'd been diagnosed in November and treated for the past several months for a type of brain cancer called glioblastoma multiforme. The cause is always unknown and the outcome is always fatal. If you are reading this, I am sure you realize how much better and brighter your own life has been for your acquaintance with Jim. He generously shared his giant intellect, his infectious enthusiasms, his sense of humor, and his unbounding love with everyone lucky enough to cross his path. Please pause a moment to think of him and of what you gained from your relationship with this good, great, loving, giant of a man. I am the most fortunate person on earth to have had his unconditional love. He will always have mine.
Congratulations on 50 years of marriage! Tom and Dixie Booth celebrated their 50th Anniversary this year, as did Jeanice Fulwider Domino and her husband and Grace Zwieg Garner and her husband. Caroline Sievert (Simcoe) and her husband will be celebrating their 51st wedding anniversary this Sept. Any other classmates? Would love to hear from you on our Message Forum.
Have you spent time with a classmate lately? Gone to lunch?
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Tom Booth's Retirement Project
Tom Booth has kept busy for several years with his boat
restoration hobby in Florida. The latest sailboat he bought
and restored is a 36' Chung HWA 36 sailboat that the
previous owner hadn't used in three years due to a terrible
motor vehicle accident; the "Windsong" had taken on three
feet of salt water and a lot of the teak wood was damaged.
In restoring it, he had to make new replacement parts.
The engine was damaged from the water so he installed
a new one, along with electrical lines. He sanded the
bottom, repainted, restored and replaced every inch
(inside and out) of this boat. Tom and Dixie own both
sailboats in the picture. Looking for a sailboat? Tom's
your man! He consults with those looking to purchase
a boat and advises people who do their own boat repairs.
Tom noted that he made Dixie happy lately, when he finally
sold a small sailboat that had been trailered in their
driveway for the past five years.
Another big event in his life this year is that he and Dixie
celebrated their 50th year of marriage. Tom added
that he even surprised her with a special weekend!