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04/10/21 12:04 PM #3722    

 

Janis Fought (Brown)

Kathy, I was working at Florida State University, two hours from the University of Florida in Gainesville, at the time of the murders. There was panic on Florida college campuses. Parents came to the FSU campus to pick up their kids, police were everywhere. (Remember that Ted Buddy committed his murders on the FSU campus so there was fear that this was some sort of copycat.) It was a huge relief when Danny Rolling was caught.


04/10/21 12:05 PM #3723    

Francis Bialecki

What no Oscar nomination Pat?  lol   Nice job....you and the homless lady made a cute couple....lol.

Seriously I enjoyed it. I"m sure Roger did also.

 


04/10/21 03:51 PM #3724    

 

Kathy Storm (Wenniger)

Thanks Mark and Jan. Glad it's not a Hoyt family we knew. I do remember Ted Bundy. I love the ID channel. Zac Efron played him well. So many sick people disguised as normal. So glad we have DNA and Ancestry available now.

04/10/21 04:50 PM #3725    

 

John Lipski

I was living in Gainesville and teaching at the University of Florida when the murders occurred, and the brother of one of my students was the first suspect (subsequently cleared). There was total panic in the community for about a week, and the horror of it all still remains.


04/11/21 12:28 PM #3726    

 

Kathy Storm (Wenniger)

I can't imagine. No one could get over that. You just learn to "live" with it. Truth can be so much more evil than fiction.

04/12/21 07:49 AM #3727    

 

Walter "Chip" Carstensen

Thanks for all the birthday greetings. Bill and I had a great day! Hope to see a good turnout at the Fandango!


04/12/21 06:40 PM #3728    

Marge Updegraff (Mendeljian)

Happy belated birthday Bill & Chip!!  Hope you guys had a great day!

Sorry I'm late, but I am still not receiving any message forum notifications or birthday notifications.

I will not be able to be at the April Fundango (I'll be in Myrtle Beach). Have a fun time, and hope to see everyone in May.  Miss everyone.


04/13/21 08:13 AM #3729    

Pat Martin (Lipps)

Happy birthday, Chip and Bill.  Sorry that I'm a few days late.  Hope it was a wonderful day, and that you have a happy year ahead.


04/15/21 09:20 PM #3730    

 

Walter "Chip" Carstensen

I am sad to report that our classmate Kim (Frisk) Jensen passed away from Covid-19 at St. Vincents on April 13th.  His sister called me tonight and asked me to let the class know.  A few weeks ago Kim called me and asked if we could get a Fandango started back up now that we are all vacinated, or close to it.  My subsequent contact with Ed and Dale resulted in the April 20th one at Manhattan's.  We will raise a toast to Kim for being a dedicated Great Class of '68 classmate. God Speed Kim, you will be missed.


04/15/21 10:29 PM #3731    

Marge Updegraff (Mendeljian)

My deepest sympathy to Kim's family.  Rest in peace Kim.


04/15/21 11:48 PM #3732    

 

Patrick Gilbert

Oh No! Kim called me a few weeks ago... I mentioned that I had gotten my first vaccination and asked him if he had gotten his.. He told me that He wasn't going to get vaccinated because he had already survived covid and was immune.... I guess he must have contracted the disease a second time...So sorry to loose another classmate... :(.. Kim taught me how to do a flip off the 3 meter board out at Centennial back in the day. He was a good guy.. Catch you on the other side Kim.. :( please Spartans let this be a lesson.. Get vaccinated AS SOON AS YOU CAN!!!

 


04/16/21 05:41 AM #3733    

Joseph Goodell

Pat G. this is the first time I tried the site in a while , I could not get on before but tried today and seen you were o . Good Morning How have you been, Joe


04/16/21 07:16 AM #3734    

 

Janis Fought (Brown)

I am so sorry to learn about Kim. He was a good guy and a good friend. This is so sad.


04/16/21 08:06 AM #3735    

Gary McMahon

Jensen, Kim A., age 70 years, of Toledo, OH, passed away April 13, 2021. Cremation Society, Toledo, OH.  

As published in The Blade


04/16/21 09:15 AM #3736    

Pat Martin (Lipps)

So sorry to hear of the loss of Kim.  I have many fond memories of Kim with Greg and Kurt being goofy during high school.  He was a fun friend.  Rest in peace!


04/16/21 09:28 AM #3737    

Jackie Hanna (Link)

So sorry to learn of Kim's passing. 


04/16/21 10:18 AM #3738    

Gary McMahon

Edward William Best  1949-2021

Edward William "Average" Best, age 71, of Toledo, passed away Thursday, March 11, 2021 in the Orchard Villa Care Center. He was born April 7, 1949 in Toledo, OH to Arthur and Evelyn (Eyre) Best. After graduating from Start High School, Ed was drafted into the US Army and served as a Medic with C Company's 23rd Medical Battalion in LV Hawk Hill, Vietnam. He met Florence Parker, a US Army Nurse while stationed in Carlisle, PA and they were married there on January 12, 1972. Ed was a longtime parishioner of St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church where he worked as a lunchroom monitor and extended day care worker. He also worked at Yarder Manufacturing for 13 years, retiring in 1985. An avid fisherman and outdoorsman, he enjoyed camping at Maumee Bay State Park. He also loved to cook and was a skilled woodworker. A loving and devoted husband and a wonderful father and grandfather, he will be dearly missed. Ed is survived by his wife, Florence (Parker) Best; children, Benjamen (April) Best, Josephine Best, and Paul (Audrey) Best; grandchildren, Tybalt and Jenevieve Best; sisters, Norma (Dennis) Tobianski and Deb (John) Pizio; and brother-in-law, James (Barbara) Parker. He was preceded in death by his parents.


04/16/21 10:21 AM #3739    

Gary McMahon

Jerry L. Luschen  1950-2021

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Jerry L. Luschen of Texico, Illinois, born in Toledo, Ohio, who passed away on February 11, 2021, at the age of 70, leaving to mourn family and friends. Leave a sympathy message to the family on the memorial page of Jerry L. Luschen to pay them a last tribute. You may also light a candle in honor of Jerry L. Luschen. He was predeceased by : his parents, Kenneth Luschen and Betty Luschen (Kohler). He is survived by : his wife Nancy Luschen of Texico; his children, Steven Luschen (Meagan) of Newnan, Georgia and Jessica Anderson (Brandon) of Carterville, Illinois; his grandchildren, Brianna, Brycen Anderson, Lily and James Luschen; his sisters, Beverly Bonnough (Darrell) of Perrysburg and Cheryl Nakakura (Dean) of Pearl City, Hawaii; and his brother-in-law Roger Germann (Sheila) of O'Fallon, Illinois..


04/16/21 10:42 AM #3740    

Greg Holewinski

I'm very saddened to hear of Kim's passing. He was one of my closest friends of the class of 68'. It is strange that just this week I was going through the year book and pictures I've kept of our Sr. year. One of them was of Kim and I decorating Mr. Eller's home room for color day. I will cherish the many memories that we made together during our days at Start HS. Rest in peace my friend.


04/16/21 12:29 PM #3741    

 

Marc Hall

Oh no! I spoke to Kim several times since the reunion. We met as Freshman at Start and remained close even after graduation. We went to Centennial Quarry that summer of 68 almost daily. I introduced him to a friend and they dated for some time. We used to sit in his 61 Olds convertable with the top down and debate evrything from girls to the Universe! I lost track of Kim when I went into the service until we reunited at the reunion. I am so glad for the reunion.

I will miss you, my friend.


04/16/21 01:21 PM #3742    

 

Nancy Wolff (Szymanski)

So sad - losing too many of our classmates.  Rest in peace to those gone before us.  It does make you stop & think.  My deep sympathy to the families.


04/16/21 02:11 PM #3743    

Francis Bialecki

So sorry to hear of Kims passing due to Covid. I hope everyone is being safe, getting vaccinated and keeping their family healthy. My son and daughter-in-law just had a bout with Covid...she spent 5 days in the hospital. They are now doing better, she is home now, but put a scare into me because I know how deadly this virus is.

I've gotten both my shots but I am still careful when going out to places. Hopefully we will all get through this terrible pandemic that has taken so many family and friends!

Be safe all !!!


04/16/21 03:21 PM #3744    

Cynthia Williams

I am just heartbroken to hear that we have lost Kim. He was one of my first friends when I transferred to Start in my junior year.  I was planning to visit my sister in Toledo later this year and catch a Fundango to see him in particular later this year.  My heartfelt condolences to his family.  Please everyone, get vaccinated and share your love every day with friends and family.

Cindy


04/16/21 04:33 PM #3745    

Rick Boyd

That's sad about Kim. We played hoops at the YMCA after HS for years. Saw him recently at Wildwood walking trails a couple of times. Guess these are the times we're in and they're not always pleasant


04/16/21 04:53 PM #3746    

 

Jeff Willets

May God Rest His Soul


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