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July 6, 2013

Madison Heights' Class of 1973 to celebrate 40 years

ANDERSON — The Madison Heights High School Class of 1973 will have its 40-year reunion at 6 p.m. July 20 at Rigo’s at Grandview.

The reunion planning committee is still trying to locate some classmates. If you have information for anyone listed below, call one of the following: Martha Baker Green at 643-6666, Patty Lewis Kestner at 617-0789, Becky New Lipe at 623-3507, or Dane Hill at 639-7572.

Gary Allen, Teresa Anderson, Betty Boulware, Laura Bright, Steve Burgess, Lisa Cantwell, Rebecca Chance, Roger Clem, Steve Cole, Debbie Cole, Earl Davis, Mike Fleenor, Beverley Ann Foster, Rodney Fox, Tim Garrett, Wanda Gibson, Susan Gilley, David Granger, Anita Grigsby, Kathleen Harrison, Larry Lee Hatt, Penny Sue Hendrick, Melvin Hensley, Barbara Henson, Marilyn Herndon, Brenda Hester, Mary Highbaugh, Douglas Lee Hill, Kenneth Michael Himes, Jerry Hoefner, Shonda Hopgood, Walter York Howard, Nancy Kay Hudson. Martin Hummel, Susan Humphrey, Mark Kaminski, Pat Jones, Connie Key, Steve Krieg and Debbie Lambert.

Others include, Karl Dwight Lane, Paul Larkin, Diane Larkin, John Litteral, Rosemary Long, Margaret McCrory, Sheila Michaels, Buddy Mitchell, Janis Mollett, Charles Richard Moody, Jim Moroney, Regina Osborne, Ronald Partain, Jennifer Perkins, Wanda Peterman, Rodney Purkey, Marjorie Rhea, Sue Rhinehart, Steve Riga, Greg Roof, Larry Saubert, Connie Schlabach, Dave Sutton, David D. Tanner, Della Troxell , Rebecca LeAnn Tucker, Mike Turck, Marques Turner, Roger Wallace, Greg Ward, Jodha Ward, Sharon Ward, Terry West, Donna Wetzel, Cleve Wheeler, Gary Wheeler, Ron Wilkinson, Naomi Williamson, Tony Wills, Brad Wilson and Michael Wilson.

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