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•   John F. Homan  11/9
•   Robert J. Burns  3/21
•   Donald Munson  2/23
•   John R. Maloney, Md  2/14
•   Anyce A. Brelsford (Miles)  11/10
•   Graham D. Lonie  9/18
•   Doris J. Farace  12/16
•   Joseph P. Buss  11/22
•   Jeffrey P. Kaplan, PhD  10/1
•   Ronald Bruns  7/31
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1 lives in Alabama
1 lives in Alaska
1 lives in Arizona
7 live in California
2 live in Connecticut
2 live in Delaware
23 live in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
3 live in Illinois
3 live in Indiana
1 lives in Kansas
1 lives in Kentucky
2 live in Maine
1 lives in Maryland
1 lives in Massachusetts
1 lives in Michigan
2 live in Minnesota
1 lives in New Hampshire
88 live in New Jersey
6 live in New York
3 live in North Carolina
1 lives in Ohio
11 live in Pennsylvania
5 live in South Carolina
1 lives in Tennessee
1 lives in Texas
1 lives in Utah
1 lives in Vermont
3 live in Virginia
2 live in Washington
1 lives in West Virginia
1 lives in British Columbia
1 lives in Antigua and Barbuda
15 location unknown
72 are deceased


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Moorestown High School
Class Of 1961

            2021 - 2022

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,

it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness,

it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity,

it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness,

it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair,

we had everything before us, we had nothing before us, 

we were all going direct to heaven,

we were all going direct the other way – in short,

the period was so far like the present period,

that some of its noisiest authorities insisted

on its being received, for good or for evil,

in the superlative degree of comparison only. 

 “A Tale of Two Cities,” by Charles Dickens

  For most of us MHS graduates, we read the above quote while we were mere teenagers in English class. Few had any idea what the challenges of the world had been, nor what any one of us would  endure in the future.                 


     61st REUNION FOR CLASS OF ’61 


     Here we are in the future. Presently we are thinking perhaps it would be best to plan a celebration reunion for 2022, 

when the class of ’61 will be 61 years past graduation.

     We would hope that at that time those of us unwilling to travel

during the coronavirus epidemic, will gladly make the trip

in 2022, to enjoy each others’ company yet again. 

     This 61st reunion will be simpler and  "the best of times."

Let’s look forward and consider putting next year on our calendar

to return to Moorestown once again.


     In the meantime, we send our prayers for your lives to be blessed & healthy until we meet again.  [dates pending]


The reunion committee