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Photo from Ulrich Laska (MCHS 1963) of Walter Rhead, Kathleen Dawson and Ulrich Laska reconnecting in Mexico

Left to right: Walter Rhead, Kathleen Dawson and Ulrich Laska reconnecting at Villa Estrella in Mexico. Ulrich Laska photo

Left to right: Walter Rhead, Kathleen Dawson and Ulrich Laska reconnecting at Villa Estrella in Mexico. Ulrich Laska photo

Ulrich Laska (MCHS 1963) – Nov. 17, 2017:

Walter Rhead, Kathleen Dawson and Ulrich Laska reconnecting at Villa Estrella in Mexico.

A lovely heartfelt reunion of dear old friends, in a magical place, catching up on whole lifetimes. Many hugs and occasional moist eyes.

I had not seen Kathy in 53 years. I am hoping we can make this an annual event.

Jaan Pill (MCHS 1963) – Nov. 17, 2017

[Following text is an excerpt from a longer email]

This is awesome Ulrich.

It would be great to post the photo and a small background note. Would it be okay if I proceed?

On another topic – namely great teachers – recently I’ve had a post about a math teacher who was there after we graduated; that post has received a lot of interest:

Ken Kingsbury is doing research on Alfred Ramcharan, who was a teacher at Malcolm Campbell High School

Ulrich Laska – Nov. 17, 2017

Greetings to you, and thank you deeply for your wonderful work in weaving together these threads of time.

Yes please post the photo and email content. We took the photo just this morning for that very purpose.

You will note Walter is holding an MCHS annual from the graduating year 1963. Sadly mine got lost in a basement flood a few years back.

Regarding Ken Kingsbury, I did not know him, we of course fondly remember Bob Saul as math teacher

Ulrich Laska – Oct. 14, 2017

[Following text is an excerpt from a longer email]

We are planning a possible get together with Walter Rhead, and Kathy Dawson, next month in Mexico, so I am hoping that works out.

We continue to be blessed with good health, I am still practicing architecture, and my greatest joy is my ever expanding family of 3 children and 5 grandkids.

 

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