Written by Stu Kushner

Jan Zlotnick’s Book – 23 Things I Wish I Could Ask My Mom and Dad Today

Congratulations to Jan Zlotnick (Class of ’73) and the new book he has recently published.

“Questions I wish I had asked while they were alive. Things I will ask now of loved ones still with me, and will be talking about with my children. My hope is that this book helps the reader, as it did for me, to simply ask, to listen, and to move your life forward.” – Jan Zlotnick

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Class of 1972 Reunion Announcement!

Class of 1972 45th Reunion will be October 6 – 8, 2017!

The class of 72 and 77 will be visiting the old school on Sunday October 8th at 11am.

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Class of 1967, 50-year Reunion

Class of 1967 is having a 50-year reunion the weekend of September 14-16, 2017 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Rockville. We will host a Meet and Greet Friday night and a dinner with DJ on Saturday night. This is currently for our class only and their invited guests who have paid reservations. Contact Carole Connolly Wack at cjwack49@gmail.com for further information or to reserve your spot, and spread the word to help us find our classmates!

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Daniel Heaton, Class of ’74

Daniel Mark Heaton, age 60, devoted husband to Rebecca Heaton and loving father to Shannon Heaton, passed away in his Montgomery Village home on October 23, 2016.  Along with Shannon’s husband, Matthew Pembleton, Mr. Heaton is survived by his mother, Sandra Sheplee Heaton; his sister, Tinamarie Dixon and her husband William Dixon; as well as numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins.  He was preceded in death by his father John Allen Heaton and his brother Theodore Michael Heaton.

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Karen Work Seleznow, Class of ’74

Karen Work SeleznowAt 60, Karen passed with beauty and grace on July 28 at her home in Scottsdale, AZ. She fought cancer creatively and heroically for nearly a year, and is survived by her husband, Steve; mother, Joan Work; her cherished dogs, Rocky and Boo, and father-in-law, Eugene Seleznow, all of Scottsdale, AZ; her brothers- and sisters-in-law, Marc and Jane Seleznow of Oakland, Calif., and Eric Seleznow and JoAnn McInnis of Washington, DC; her niece, Jen Seleznow, a graduate student at Yale University, and her nephew, Michael Seleznow, of Baltimore, MD.

Karen, a life long fitness enthusiast, was a mentor, friend, adviser and leader to many, and a fierce advocate and volunteer for animal welfare, the arts, and the environment. She was founder and CEO of AXIS Communications, one of Washington, DC’s most prestigious brand strategy, design and marketing agencies serving Fortune 500 corporations, professional service firms and national non-profits where she won numerous awards for business strategy, creativity, and corporate philanthropy, including “Business Philanthropist of the Year” for three consecutive years, one of her proudest business achievements.

After relocating to Arizona in May 2010, Karen semi-retired, and began work as a marketing consultant and community volunteer on the boards or board committees of organizations such as the Museum of Northern Arizona, the Whiteman Family Trust, Ballet Arizona, and The Arizona Humane Society, among others. Her design background fostered an “extreme appreciation” of the visual arts, including curating the art gallery at Arizona Community Foundation.

A service to honor Karen’s life will be held on Saturday, September 10, from 9 AM to 11 AM, at the Phoenix Art Museum, 1625 N Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ. In lieu of flowers, The Karen Work Seleznow Memorial Fund has been established at the Arizona Community Foundation for those wishing to honor her and her causes. For more information, please go to: https://www.azfoundation.org/karen – See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/azcentral/obituary.aspx?n=karen-work-seleznow&pid=180906849#sthash.hgaYJSTr.dpuf

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Class of 1970 Crab Feed

Liberty Road~ SAVE THE DATE ~

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8TH, 6:00 PM

WHAT: AN OLD FASHIONED MARYLAND CRAB FEED!!

*ALL YOU CAN EAT*

CRABS, CRAB SOUP,HUSHPUPPIES, COLE SLAW & FRENCH FRIES

WHERE: LIBERTY ROAD SEAFOOD AND STEAK

10524 LIBERTY ROAD

FREDERICK. MARYLAND 21701

http://WWW.LIBERTYROADSEAFOODANDSTEAK.COM

THEY ALSO HAVE AN EXTENSIVE MENU, IF BY ANY CHANCE YOU DON’T LIKE CRABS…..(BUT, HOW DARE YA!!)

BRING YOUR SIGNIFICANT OTHERS AND/OR YOUR SPOUSES

COST: $36.95 PER PERSON (PLUS TAX AND TIP)

~Everyone one will pay their own bill and bar tab~

DRINKS ARE NOT INCLUDED (THEY DO HAVE AN EXTENSIVE BAR)

PLEASE INDICATE YOUR “INTEREST” IN THIS

BY USING THE SIGN-UP-GENIUS:

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0849abaa28a64-save

(As the date gets closer, the planners will be in touch with you to get your commitment to attend, so be sure to give us your name and an email address)

PLANNERS NEED TO HAVE AN ESTIMATE TO TELL THEM HOW MANY TO EXPECT and to assure we have a private room.

THANK YOU!

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Joe Piccioni’s son has graduated from Towson University

Joe Piccioni (1975) and his wife Dina are proud to announce their son Joey, a Marine veteran, has graduated from Towson University with honors. Joey’s degree is in exercise science. Joey will be attending Salisbury University and will obtain his Master’s Degree In Applied Health Physiology

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