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If you are a graduate of Beverly [Massachusetts] High School in the Class of 1960, or were ever in our class at any point along the way, this is your website. These 64+ pages also may be of interest to others that were in high school with us, i.e., members of BHS classes of '58, '59, '61 and '62. There are links to the Ryal Side Elementary School page, the unofficial Camp Herrick website, and to many other Beverly related websites. You can submit pictures to share with your classmates, and enjoy well over 1,000+ images and photos already published here.


 

Our classmates, who voted to establish this site at the 41st Reunion in 2001, hoped everyone will use it to get in touch and stay in touch. We want to be able to contact everyone for the next newsletter, and reunion invitations. Please keep us updated with your latest email address and especially your regular USPS mailing address. If we have your email address you will receive about 2-3 unsolicited emails per year, always about BHS '60 matters.


 

Here you can post bulletins within the guidelines of this site. Announcements will keep you informed. Perhaps you can help us locate "lost" classmates (see list)? Sadly, there is also a list of those known to have passed away. The Webmaster will help you contact your old friends from long ago if possible.


 

Rest assured that no personal information will be posted on this site without specific permission.



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THREE MORE PHOTOS

I came across this arial view of our beloved BHS lurking in a folder on one of my computers and thought I'd share it here on our official website. Judging by the cars in the photo, I'd guess it is prior to when we first showed up there in the fall of 1957.



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UNSOLICITED TRIBUTES


Tribute to Judy (Potter) Durgin (RIP) From a Co-Worker
From: Judy's Co-Worker, known only to me as "L.K.L."
Date: The only date on the hardcopy paper to me is March 21, 2000. Judy (Potter) Durgin died 03/16/2000, making me suspect this is an eulogy written by a caring co-worker. I never read a better one. I appologize for being almost 20 years late on this. I found it in a folder I was looking thru prior to disosal, which is why I do not simply throw them away.

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Tribute to Al Baisuck (RIP) From a Friend
From: David Knight <2dv8@outlook.com>
To: brandy_pond@yahoo.com
Sent: Sunday, April 17, 2016 3:43 AM Subject: BHS '60 Deceased Page Comments

I am inclined to write a short missive here in regard to Al Baisuck, a departed friend. I miss his quiet and soft spoken brilliance immensely. I was his friend for many years in silicon valley and feel it is worth noting Al was one of the great software architects and inventors of the high technology revolution. Al can be said to be responsible for the invention of Design Verification Software for integrated circuit design. Now an industry in the hundreds of millions. He leaves a trail of invention and innovation that will last for decades and longer. Al was truly brilliant and found time to be a wonderful human being as well. His innovation is missed and his sense of humor always remembered. Truly a great one.

All kind regards,
David Knight



Letter to Share With the Class

In April 2015 Helen (Faulkner) Fraser died. Her sister, Pat (Faulkner)Vallely, handwrote a nice note about Helen that she wanted me to share with Helen's classmates. For more details and pictures, once in the website, click "In Memoriam" at top of any page.

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