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06/17/14 11:12 AM #171    


Christopher Warren [Chris] Parker

Sorry to have missed you Bill.  You always were a fine young radical. How simple sideburns seem today!  Take care and keep posting.

06/17/14 04:02 PM #172    


William Bahme Coleman

Chris, I turned into a fine old radical conservative!  wink

06/18/14 10:25 AM #173    


Richard Benton Gormly

Bill -

As fellow Vandy AND Wolfson alums sorry you had to miss the 45th Wolfson (it was GREAT to connect with so many) - hope we can connect at the 50th!

My wife, Margaret Hooper (Vandy alum also) and I have attended all our 5 year reunions @ Vandy, but this was our first Wolfson reunion.  Must admit we will be more inclined to attend the Wolfson 50th and not the Vandy 50th!

Will be interested to learn about your conversion to "radical conservative!!"

Dick Gormly



06/19/14 09:37 AM #174    


Cheryl Godwin (Class Of 1971) (Grymes)

Greg, thanks so much for the picture of you, Tube and Russell. You guys never lacked attention from the girls. I also enjoyed the picture of Glenn - always loved that hair.  Carol Kuhling, where is she now?  If any of you have pictures of Russell from days gone past, please send them to my email at My mother, his daughers and Angel love seeing the old pictures. You all are so special to me and my family!


























06/19/14 05:59 PM #175    

Gregory S. [Greg] Poirier


Carol Kuhling Barrett & Dianne Stone Renfort both live in Willits, CA

Carol has an FB page

06/24/14 03:55 PM #176    


Edward Jennings [Ed] White

There was a Mims sighting at my house last night! Some old boys here you might recognize . . . 

David, Ed/Eddy, Chris, Toby and Mack.

06/24/14 04:02 PM #177    


Edward Jennings [Ed] White

David says "Well hi everybody! Sorry I missed the 45th reunion this year but I'll be at the 50th for sure!"

06/25/14 01:57 PM #178    


Bonnie Lipson (Hearn)

What a gorgeous bunch of men. You guys look fabulous.


06/25/14 02:08 PM #179    

Gregory S. [Greg] Poirier

Bonnie is way too kind, but I wish I could have been at Ed's house Tuesday nite.

Earl Owen Mc forgot to take his tie off.

06/26/14 01:34 AM #180    


William Bahme Coleman

Dick, regarding my conversion to radical conservatism, it's been so long that I don't remember!

Actually, "radical conservatism" probably isn't the right term.  I am mostly libertarian.  I've always had that impulse, it's what motivated me to defy the school's hair code our senior year.  When I decided to go to graduate school in economics, the University of Chicago seemed like the obvious destination and that is where I wound up.  I missed Milton Friedman by five years but did have the opportunity to study under Gary Becker, George Stigler, and Bob Lucas.  The end result for my politics is that they are mostly synonymous with the Wall Street Journal editorial page.

The real change in my life occurred around the time of our marriage, when Carole and I gradually adopted a more observant approach to Judaism.  That proved to have profound effects on our lives and our careers.

06/26/14 09:13 AM #181    


Christy Chandler (Garces)

Actually, I think Bonnie got it right.  You guys are the best!  Bonnie, didn't see you at the reunion.  Missed you!  Xoxo Christy

07/11/17 01:03 PM #182    

David Wolfson (Class Of 1970)

Dale Kelly,

We posted in the class of '70 Message Forum, the obituary for Susan Vanzant Hassell.  Thank you for letting us know.  

David Wolfson

07/12/17 11:22 AM #183    


Libby Wade (Neves)

So happy to see these old and new pictures.  

So sad about Carol Ann Tindell and Susie VanZant Hassell.  

I had a nice phone chat with Carol Ann two years ago when Roy and I were in Ellijay.  She was her same energetic self, would have known that voice anywhere.

My favorite memories of Susie were her brilliance and her sweetness.  In Girl Scout days her sash was covered front and back with badges. 

Love ya'll, Survivors.

01/07/19 11:28 PM #184    

Shelley Andriesse (Anckner)

Happy New Year everyone.  I wasn't very active in Wolfson activities except the Drama Club.  Is there anyone who remembers me?  And what and how do you remember?  I have memories but the names have gotten tangled up with the activity.  I hung out in Ms Wilson's office a lot.


Shelley Andriesse

01/16/19 12:32 AM #185    

Shelley Andriesse (Anckner)

Will Ms Wilson and Ms Blair be at the reunion?

01/16/19 08:12 AM #186    


Shirley Louise Atkins (Hartman)

Would LOVE to see Pat Blair (Guidance) again! Funny lady! She was the chaperone Jan Taylor, Pam Hiller and I had during a summer tour in Europe in 1968 (along with a few Bolles boys and a slew of Lee kids). Saw her a couple times during my college years but then she disappeared. 

Have been looking for Pat and Ms. Wilson in conjucture with our 50th reunion. Anyone have any idea where these two ladies are now?

01/17/19 12:45 PM #187    

Shelley Andriesse (Anckner)

Does anyone know Pat Blair's and Ms Wilson's middle names?  Ms Blair went from Wolfson to a college in St Augustine to counsel.  I don't know where after that.

02/06/19 04:46 AM #188    

Gwendolyn Butler

Who remembers the School Song?


We honor thee, dear Wolfson

A friend throughout our days.

Inspiring us to greater goals

Thy standards high we raise!

Thy royal blue and scarlet

Unfurled in noblest pride.

We honor thee, dear Wolfson

Our mentor, friend,  and guide!


                                                                                                     Fall   of   1967

02/06/19 12:35 PM #189    

Elizabeth Aka Shannon West Breedlove

It's a little bit dim but if you enlarge or put the readers on :) you can see the titles. Remember when radio stations used to leave stacks of their current playlist at record stores all over town (remember record stores?).  I used to spend hours at the Record Bar on Forsyth Street when I was actually supposed to be at the library around the corner. Found a bunch of these in a box in the attic a few years ago. Here's the one where Crimson and Clover was #1.  This was also the week that I bought Led Zeppelin 1 with some birthday cash and I was more obsessed with guitar shred than slow dance (still am) but there are some prog rock tracks mixed in here too. It's amazing how musically diverse top 40 radio was back then and how long the playlists were. Cox and iHeartRadio play such a small list of songs so repeatedly..60 currents..that's a blast from the past truly.

02/07/19 04:05 PM #190    

Patrick Andrew Carey

I would go to the Record Bar every Friday after I got my paycheck from Clark’s Market, and I would buy a record or two!

02/08/19 07:00 AM #191    

William Patrick [Pat] Hinely

I fondly recall disposing of a lot of disposable income at the Record Bar and Abe Livert's. Which one had the store on the right just inside the front door of Regency Square?

02/08/19 11:49 AM #192    

Elizabeth Aka Shannon West Breedlove

There was a Record Bar at Regency..I think I was in Tallahassee by that time. The crew at the Forsyth street store knew me obviously and would tip me off to new stuff. I got some pivotal albums like Are You Experienced, Led Zep 1, Laura Nyro's "Eli and the 13th Confession" , and  Miles' "In a Silent Way " before they were even reviewed in Rolling Stone. (Obviously I found the Allman's "Live At The Fillmore East" on my own and bought it first day out) When I got to FSU I got a job at an indie record store across the street from campus and lived on cheap bad-for-you food so I could spend all my money on music and concert tickets. Needless to say the music I spent my money on wasn't very popular in a freshman women's dorm ;)  On one hand I love it that I can go to Spotify and hear new releases and really obscure older stuff, and that I am on there so much their algorithm knows me enough to make the discovery playlists relevant but it doesn't compare to the experience of walking into a record store and the guy/gal behind the counter going "when this came in I knew you would love it" and turning you on to something magical
This is a piece I wrote for an online music magazine about losing that experience.

03/10/19 08:50 PM #193    


Deborah Ann [Debbie] Rivers (Loveless)


Really looking forward to seeing all our Wolfson 69 classmates at our 50th Reunion this June. I wish I had old pictures to post, but I'm enjoying everyone else's pics and memories. See you soon! 

Debbie Rivers Loveless




04/22/19 08:29 PM #194    

Shelley Andriesse (Anckner)

I only remember 4 people and about 15 names.  How isolated was I our senior year?  Does anyone remember me at all?  I hung out with Cokey (Cora) Shields, and was in the Drama club.  We performed Arsenic and Old Lace.

04/24/19 12:28 PM #195    

Elizabeth Aka Shannon West Breedlove

I so know the feeling. By senior year I was hiding out in Mr. Cook's office reading the first burst of 2nd Wave feminist writings and other progressive political stuff and spending a lot of time at the Record Bar on Forsyth street or outdoor concerts and the legendary houses on Riverside Ave. being the "teenybopper fringe" of the crowd that surrounded the Second Coming/31st of February/Hour Glass - bands that were the beginnings of the Allman Bros. I had already been accepted to FSU and I was going there on weekends to sing at coffeehouses so my heart and head were mostly in Tallahasse by then. But..that's why I'm hesitant to go to the would be like old times - that little fear you get walking into the cafeteria and having to worry about finding a place to sit. (formerly Elizabeth Breedlove -- it it don't fit, change it :)  )

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