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10/31/18 08:46 PM #4083    

 

Sandra Havens (Judice) (1965)

Judy, I WILL be attending on Saturday, Nov 3.  My brother-in-law, Robert Judice, had said it had been cancelled!  My daughter, her husband and my granddaughter (7) will be with me.  They are more excited than me.  THANK YOU for your hard work! I'm from the class of '65.

 


11/01/18 04:33 PM #4084    

Wanda Redd (Rone) (1984)

Hi Judy, if you have space for two more, let me know.  Thanks!

 

 


11/01/18 09:44 PM #4085    

 

Margaret Johnson (Rybarski Mudd) (1968)

Judy, if you have room for one more, I have another SHHS grad that would like to come.

Thanks,

 


11/02/18 02:41 PM #4086    

 

Judy Maxwell (1971)

Just to let everyone know..

Even though some have cancelled coming on the tour tomorrow we are full......I have replaced all that cancelled with ones that asked early on to be added. Sorry if you didn't make the list.

You can go online and RSVP through the school for the December 15th OPEN HOUSE ~ this is the school having it NOT ME! So if you want to go please go to the Sam Houston Math Science & Technology web site and RSVP.

Those of you on the list for Saturday November 3, I will see you tomorrow at 10 AM in the lunch room.

Thanks

Judy

 

 


11/03/18 03:31 PM #4087    

 

Todd Applegate (1969)

 

First off, a special thanks to Judy for all the work on today’s tour. 

And second, be honest, how many of you thought “Gee, there sure are a lot of old people here!”

Enjoyed seeing so many alumni, the tour brought back lots of memories, and hopefully many will also show up on Dec 15 at the new building. 


11/03/18 03:44 PM #4088    

 

Roger Bradshaw (1970)

Judy thanks again for eveything you did for today.

Yeah, I had fun at the get together at SAM today. When I left I had to go down to BIG BURGER V on W. Hardy. Taasted like it did several decades ago. IT was yummy.

Then I went to the Alamo Tamale Factory on Berry Road. Got several dozen tamales to bring home for everyone. Can't hardly wait to dig into the Alamo's tonight while watching the Rocket later

Also I drove by the house I grew up in many years ago. I spoke to a neighbor about when I lived there. She thought it was kewl that I stopped by to check it out.

Also I went  by the new Sam Houson website to sign up for December 15th. I couldn't find anything...


11/04/18 01:44 AM #4089    

 

Judy Maxwell (1971)

Todd and Roger it was great seeing and talking with both of you and with all of that showed up. It was another good time at Sam Houston. We had a great turn out. 

  Roger some of us also went to Big Burger V to eat afterwards guess we missed you. Thank you Paula for the roses.


11/04/18 07:16 AM #4090    

John Huettel, II (1968)

Yesterday at the tour of shhs,Roy Mudd '68 spoke about the alumni purchasing pavestone or bricks for a walkway entry at the new school. These bricks would be etched or engraved with your name and year of graduation. The cost should be reasonable being our alumni is large. This idea is excellent and possible used as a scholarship fund or other. Anyone know the contractor or higher ups in HISD administration to get this project done. Getting an item from the old building is cool but taking a tour of the new school and seeing your name or a classmates name on a walkway stone is cool too......God Bless......John Huettel '68


11/04/18 08:13 AM #4091    

 

Roger Bradshaw (1970)

I really also liked the idea about the bricks in the walkway to the new school. Heck they do it an Minute Maid Park for the 'Stros, we should do it for our campus.


11/04/18 08:15 AM #4092    

 

Paula Ruzicka (1972)

My grateful thanks to Judy Maxwell for all of her work & dedication and great patience in facilitating the opportunity for us goofballs to get to tour Sam Houston yesterday!
It was neat, joyful, a dab bittersweet, and dotted with a couple of tears.
Thank you!  Thank you!  It was a great day!


11/04/18 02:47 PM #4093    

Daryl Henley (1973)

Judy, thanks for arranging the tour of Sam.  My wife and I had a great time and many memories were dredged up.  You did a marvelous job.  We are hoping to make the Pinewood Village reunion.

Daryl


11/04/18 03:50 PM #4094    

 

Charlotte Pate (Poole) (1962)

I LOVE THE IDEA OF MEMORIAL BRICKS FOR THE NEW ENTRANCE OF HOUSTON MATH AND SCIENCE.  I WANT MINE TO SAY "PATE OF 1962".  BTW, THE SCHOOL IS CHARGING ONLY $10.00 FOR THE OLD BRICKS OR LOCKERS DOORS AT THE DECEMBER 15TH TOUR.  THE TIGER SIGN UP SHEET FOR THE TOUR CAN BE HAD ON FB PAGE "SAM HOUSTON HIGH SCHOOL IN LOVING MEMORY OF ALL FALLEN TIGERS" ON A POST BY JERRY CARWILE.  SIGN UP AND JUST CLICK ON THE WEB ADDRESS THAT HE OFFERED.


11/04/18 05:09 PM #4095    

Connie Kunz (Abel) (1969)

Judy,

   Saturday's Tour of Sam Houston was very nice.  Many thanks for a job well done!!  What a treat to see those from years past and to know we could still recognize each other!  It was a wonderful day and thanks to the principal, we were able to move around the school and take time to focus on areas where our memories were the strongest.  Appreciate your arranging this event - gathering names and having the sign-in sheet ready for all.  

    Love seeing the photos you posted of the new building and thank you for all the information about the coming activities.  Judy, your hard and deligent work will be remembered....

With great appreciation,

      Connie Kunz Abel

 

 


11/04/18 08:00 PM #4096    

 

Caren Reynolds (Cates) (1965)

Judy,

Thank you so  much for the dedication and effort that you put toward the Sam Houston tour.  We all  truly enjoyed the walk down memory lane. The interest in visiting "Ole S H" is proof of the pride for our school, our teachers, and the fond memories that we hold dear.

I do like the idea of purchasing walkway bricks for the building.  Please let the principal know how much we appreciated his patience in letting us take our time and listening to our stories.

I hope that pictures of the different groups will be posted on this site.

Look forward to the December 15 tour, as well.


11/04/18 09:58 PM #4097    

Carol Roberts (Ross) (1963)

Judy, many thanks for arranging the tour of Sam Houston.  It was wonderful to see old friends and make new ones.  I love the idea of the bricks an would like to participate if this were to happen.  Also, many thanks to the principal for allowing us to take the tour and the library books that were made available to us.


11/04/18 11:25 PM #4098    

William Murphy (1971)

Judy,
Could you verify that William Murphy & Lorna Stepanski are on the December tour. We registered at the end of October. But i did not see our names on the current list.

11/05/18 11:07 AM #4099    

Verna Vermillion (Coleman) (1971)

Could someone post more info about the tour that will be on December 15th?
I was not able to go last Saturday.
Thanks!

11/05/18 12:14 PM #4100    

 

Lynda L. Voswinkel (Boehm) (1962)

Even though I did not attend, I appreciate Judy Maxwell's hard work. Also appreciate Charlotte Pate's (class of 1962)putting up the link so people can RSVP for December 15th. See her post #4094
The school needs to know how many to expect so they can accomodate them.

11/05/18 03:04 PM #4101    

Darrell Hutto (1964)

HAPPY BIRTHDAY WALTER !

Darrell Hutto


11/05/18 03:40 PM #4102    

 

Judy Maxwell (1971)

First off I want to thank all of you that joined us Saturday to tour Sam Houston Math Science and Technology School. From the ones that checked in on my sheets I show we had 80 there. It was a great time seeing a lot of friendly faces, some familiar and some are NOW familiar….Mr. Summers the Principal was also at the school and he came in and thanked us for our love and loyalty of Sam Houston. Mr. Andrew Monzon the Associate Principal and our tour guide also informed us that the Law had been changed on being able to rename a school to a previous name and they have turned in their petition to rename the school SAM HOUSTON HIGH SCHOOL.   

John #4090 Good seeing you Saturday ~ I too like that and I am going to see who I can contact to see what we can do to get that in place.

Roger #4091 it was good visiting with you Saturday and walking the halls talking about our past.

Paula #4092 Thanks again for the roses…enjoyed our visit also. Looking forward to seeing and talking with you again.

Daryl #4093 Yes great memories and look forward to seeing you at Pinewood Village reunion on November 17th!

Charlotte #4094 I know some don’t go on Facebook but I have listed the school website and where to find the posted they have about the Dec. 15th tour.

Connie #4095 Yes I will post some pictures form Saturday and hope that others will as well….

Caren #4096 SO good to see and talk with Saturday ~ you could feel the school pride around us as we walked the halls of memory! I am going to email both Principal Summers and Assoc. Principal Andrew Monzon thanking them for allowing us to come in and for giving us free books

William #4098 check with the school for RSVP of tour I have the web site shown above.

This is the link they show on the flyer some have got it to work I will see if I can remember where I went and got registered… https:GOO.GL/FORMS/SQ081NS109994VOE3

Pamela Barnett has a picture she took sitting in one of the stair wells …I wish I had seen her do that…It would have been great to have all of us sitting in a stairwell so we could get a group picture. Maybe in December!

December 15th tour is being run by the school so any information you need you can go to their website and look it up. The website for the school is www.houstonisd.org/samhouston I know the link they have on the flyer does not work and some are saying the school told them they don’t have to sign up. I found a good link and did RSVP to be there. I will see where I went land let you know. I DO NOT have a list for December 15, so I can’t tell you if you are signed up or not!

Ok we all had fun now let’s see what we can talk about ~~

What are everyone’s plans for Thanksgiving….and what are we Thankful for?

Judy


11/05/18 10:29 PM #4103    

 

Juanita Read (Cobb) (1969)

 

 With great sadness I have to report the death of my brother LEON CURTS READ.  He graduated in the year of 1967.  He passed away on Saturday November 3rd of heart failure.

VIEWING--- VETERANS FUNERAL SERVICES

                    10567 VETERANS MEMORIAL DRIVE

                     HOUSTON, TEXAS   77038 [ACROSS FROM THE CEMETERY]

DATE------FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9TH

TIME------6:00 PM TILL 8:00 PM

MEMORIAL SERVICE   VETERANS FUNERAL SERVICES

                                        10567 VETERANS MEMORIAL DRIVE

                                        HOUSTON,TX   77038

DATE-----SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10TH

TIME-----10:00 AM

GRAVESITE-----COPELAND CHAPEL CEMETERY [1:00PM]

                           MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TEXAS  TAKE HWY 105 WEST TO

                           MCCALEB ROAD TURN LEFT [NEAR SONIC] THEN TURN RIGHT ON COPELAND CHAPEL ROAD

ANYONE THAT CANNOT ATTEND WE WILL ALSO HAVE A CHURCH SERVICE

CHURCH SERVICE-----AIRLINE MANOR BAPTIST CHURCH

                                      610 E PARKER ROAD

                                      HOUSTON,TX   77076

DATE-----SUNDAY NOVEMBER 11TH

TIME------12:30 PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                     


11/06/18 08:37 AM #4104    

 

Mary DE Lois Finch (Brown) (1960)

As instructed I went to the Sam Houston Math and Science website.  I found a flyer that gave a link to RSVP.  However, the link did not work.  It said the time was 2:00 PM to 7:00 PM on Dec. 15.  not much more information. I am a bit disappointed but will just show up.

 


11/06/18 10:34 AM #4105    

 

Judy Maxwell (1971)

Juanita # 4103 ~ Prayers for you and your family as you lay your brother Leon to rest. May the Lord help each of you and hold you in his loving and safe arms. Your memories of him will keep him alive in your heart now and forever.

Judy

 

Mary # 4104 ~ Yes as we have said the link is not correct but some have got it to work including me....Good Luck

 

Danny and I went and voted this morning then went and had breakfast then I came to work.....If you have not VOTED be sure and go today!!! Polls will be open until 7 PM

 

 


11/06/18 11:09 AM #4106    

 

Pamela Barnett (Daniel) (1971)

Judy, what time are you going on the 15th. Getting pictures taken on the stairwell with a group would be fun.I did it as we were leaving. I still can't sign up for the 15th tour.

 

 


11/06/18 11:36 AM #4107    

 

Judy Maxwell (1971)

Pamela

The tour on the 15th is from 2-7 so around 2. Didn;t want to go too ate and miss out on getting stuff and getting your locke (lol)  what time are you thinking of going and we could see there was a bunch that wanted to meet us at that time. I loved the picutre of you on the stairs....A group shot like that would be great! .We need to spend some more time talking and we can maybe do lunch or dinner on the 15th.....Let me know I get into Houston on Friday night so email or call me and we can plan something. (281) 841-9319 is my cell.

Severl are having trouble with the link...Let me see what I can find out....I tried to call the school yesterday and had no luck..I will camm Andrew I have his number....I will let you know

Judy

 


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