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                    Elaine Julian Lieb

Joni, sorry I missed it this year but it was nice to see pictures and read updates of the classmates that I visited with at our 30th. Wish there were more. I've lived in California for 30 years now. My husband Jeff and I are enjoying our retirement and being empty nesters. We travel all over the U.S. and Europe playing golf. Here is a picture
(click here) taken in June in Italy of Jeff and I, Erik (25) and Holly (22). Holly graduated from Clemson University in May and is a cardiac nurse at our local hospital in Newport Beach, California. Erik is a stockbroker here. They both live nearby. Neither has married yet so no grandchildren, just one granddog and two grandcats. My hobbies are cooking and sports. Thank you so much for the effort that keeps us all connected to our roots. xxoo, Elaine

                         James Oliver

Hello 73 Jaguars! I am so sorry I was unable to attend our reunion this summer as I was called out of town. I am currently still living in the area working for Fairfax County Public Schools. I have been an educator, coach and principal with the school system for 31 years. I have been fortunate to teach and coach some of our classmates’ children over the years. What a joy to see our old friends as moms and dads! I have also been honored to have given graduating diplomas to several classmates’ children as their principal of Mountain View High School. During my tenure as coach, I was privileged enough to win two state titles and named All Met Coach of the Year in track. I have been married for 22 years to my wife Cheryl and have two sons Jimmy and Tommy who love to go boating and fishing at our lake house. I wish all the class of 1973 the very best.
James F. Oliver
Mountain View High School

                    Gail Griffith Moore

I lived in the Atlanta area for almost 30 years where I raised my only child, Pierce, pictured with me
(see picture) here in 2005). He is the light of my life and is a senior now at Georgia Southern University. I am confident he will be independent in the not too distant future and eventually give me a daughter-in-law and grandkids! I have secured income by various means over the years; insurance, banking, postal worker, childcare, and manufacturing. I had always dreamed of being a small business owner and in 2004 on my 50th birthday launched a small but productive plastic fabrication company in Georgia. My husband, Ed and I were owner/operators until we moved to Fayetteville NC in February to be near his aging parents (and closer to my folks in Falls Church-they still live on Kingwood Drive and still talk about our building Homecoming floats in the backyard there), now we are long distance owners trusting that our capable manager keeps up the good work! Still not sure what life in Fayetteville holds for us but we are open to any and all possibilities. Have enjoyed the pictures posted and reading the bio's - I am liking this "virtual" reunion.
Thanks, Gail

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