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Posted on: Jul 25, 2020 at 3:11 PM
Mark, such an incredibly sad story. What a sweet young soul, innocence and naïveté exude from her, such a horrid end for a kind girl with initiative enough to invite herself into Cass Tech. Thanks for sharing this with us, it will make me yet more attuned to children and young adults around me.
The weight of Marlene’s fate, after all this time, must be impossibly heavy to bear. I hope it diminishes, even as you remember the girl herself, gentle with animals and surely people too.
Posted on: Feb 19, 2018 at 10:23 PM
Thank you Kathy, for posting these 15 pictures to add to those from CT's 40th Reunion.
It was THIS particular reunion (the 40th) that I cherished most, it was for me the sweetest of all reunions. From its warm milieu, to the gabby energy from the front desk sign-in continuing throughout the night, I loved it all, loved reuniting again with the students from my commercial art homeroom, loved the meal and the music, the soft and kind mellow back-lighting.... we all seemed on top of our game, interested and sassy and hot :o). --I remember too that it was probably the last year I could confidently wear stiletto heels without weaving all over the place :o( that I remember well and wistfully)....
So anyway, Kathy, thanks for these 40th reunion pictures, I’ll add them to the others, and enjoy another walk --in flats-- down memory-lane…
Posted on: Jul 08, 2017 at 7:21 PM
Thank you Mark B. and Mark P. for keeping Joe's memory alive for us, his classmates. His beautiful smiling face is as crystal clear to me as if I had just seen him in Mr. Noyer's art class yesterday.
Thank you for your service. Joe. Rest in peace, dear friend.
Posted on: Sep 06, 2015 at 7:04 PM
Well, HELLOOOOOOooooo there, Valerie Pelkey! I wondered about you for so long, since losing track of you when I lived in Bloomfield Twp. Remember when we bumped into each other at that flowershop (Jacobsen’s, I think it was called) around the corner – on Long-Lake Road – I lived almost across the street from that area, on Telegraph, I had stopped in to pick up some flowers, and ran smack dab into you working there, and I think you must’ve lived close-by. I truly regret not getting more into a regular connecting with you, because before I knew it, you were gone! – I’ll write more in a direct message to you….
Posted on: Aug 27, 2014 at 1:32 PM
A fellow Cass Tech grad of yours, here to wish you a Happy Birthday on September 7! I and my twin sister Rose were also born that day -- anyway, I just thought I'd pass the greeting along while I'm on this site that I visit far too little -- I had a great time at our 40th graduation Cass Tech anniversary in Dearborn, if I'm at the 50th, and you are too, I'll stop by your table.
(I love that your work for an NPR-related station, it's a favorite news forum of mine, so thoughtful and thorough)