I don’t remember you, but I was pleased to receive both your post cards. I have always regretted not keeping in touch with my old schoolmates, so your Newsletter will be great.I am single again, and graduated in 1948 (that looks awful in print) and have 2 children, and they live with me. I have a busy career in real estate specializing in new home development for a local Homebuilder. I will be looking forward to your Newsletter.
Worked for Real Estate corporations in NYC as a manager of office bldgs, shopping centers, etc. Married Sandra and built a home in East Hampton NY. Lived and worked there until I retired in 1996, and moved to Williamsburg, VA. My interests include flying restored 2 antique planes. Have restored a 1954 Austin Healy sports car, which I take to various British car shows. My wife is a consultant in textbook publishing of E.M.T. Manuals.
Lived in NYC, Cincinnati, & Kansas City. Eventually moved to Longboat key , sice both my sons are in business in Tampa. Going to my wife Alicia’s 50th reunion in September, & my college 506h in June.
I was born in Great Neck, July 13, 1930. I lived in the house I was born in until 1975, at 2 Pilvinis Drive. I attended Arrandale School, and went to GNHS North from which I graduated in 1948, and I was also working for Barrow Radio. In July I started to attend trade school in New York, American Radio Institute, to learn more about this new thing called television. I did a 2-year course in 1.5 years and then opened my own store, at the Corner of Fairview and Middle Neck road in the Old village. I branched into Marine Electronics, and did most of the two-way radio work for the Town of North Hempstead, and ended up going into pocket pagers and public address systems. Nassau Radio was my business until I sold it in 1970, and retired from this thing called the economy. I was married in 1955 to Jean Pekins and we had one son, Albert born in 1961. We divorced in 1974 and I came to Florida where I found the absolute love of my life, and have been living happily ever after. I’ve always been in boating, and had requests for charters to the Keys, or Bahamas. my web-site: http://hom e.earthlink .net/~your captain/
Joan Zulch and I have organized the 40th, 45th, and 50th anniversary Reunions for the class of 1948. Since then (’99, ’00) alumni from LI, NY, and CT have met for lunch. The ’01 was cancelled because it was scheduled for shortly after 9/11. Enclosed is the directory for our 50th anniversary reunion. You need not return it. The biographical data is from 1998, But may be of interest.
I worked on Wall St. in NYC for 40 years. Lived in NYCity, Westhampton Beach & South Florida.
Mr. Sternbergh died after a difficult battle with cancer. He lived a full life and reached his goal of becoming an artist. He graduated from Pratt Institute, in Brooklyn. He retired as art director for Elite Marketing in NYC. He was a veteran of the Korea war, where he served in the Air Force. He spent most of his life on Long Island. His wife Nancy, stepson Steven, and his daughter Jennifer survive him.