A message from Sheila Dai, reaching out to friends of her brother Jenning Dai
A May 31, 2014 blog post at the Preserved Stories website, a post that many people connected with Malcolm Campbell High School have read, is entitled:
Jenning Dai (MCHS ’63) tragically passed away 50 years ago this month (May 1964)
At the latter post, Sheila Dai has posted the following comment, which I am featuring as a separate post, in order to bring attention to it:
I searched the internet for a picture of my brother and just happened to come across this blog. I am so touched that a number of my brother’s close friends still remember him to this day and all of your comments brought back a flood of memories. I treasure the short time he was in my life. My parents adored him.
I would love to hear from all of you and hope this reaches you. We’re living in Rhode Island now but still have NY ties and still close enough to visit Montreal from time to time.
Please let me know how you are doing.
If you would like to get in touch with Sheila, and let her know how you are doing, as Sheila has requested.
If you wish to contact Sheila by email, please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will pass your message along to her.
Alternatively, please feel free to make comments at the blog post you are now reading.
I will endeavour, as well, to pass along Facebook messages, from the Facebook Groups that function as an online forum for students from Malcolm Campbell High School (from the 1960s into the 1980s) in Montreal.
MCHS yearbooks DVD
I would also like to remind MCHS grads (or children or grandchildren of grads) that a DVD of MCHS yearbooks from 1962-63 to 1973-1974 was put together for the MCHS 2015 Sixties Reunion that took place in Toronto in October 2015. People from across North America worked together to create PDF scans of each of the above-noted yearbooks.
If you would like a copy, please contact me at email@example.com. We have sent out quite a number of these. In return, we ask for a suggested donation of $5 to cover the costs. People have been very conscientious in helping out with covering of the costs. We much appreciate that assistance.
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