Classmates A
Abeles, Richard Located, but no info.
Joan Abraham
For 20 years I lived in London with my British husband, Lewis, and our three children. It was an interesting experience. We took every opportunity to drive to somewhere, anywhere in Europe, with the kids in the back seat. I was very glad to return to the U.S. ten years ago when Lewis got a position at Dartmouth College. We now live in the Boston area and I work as an Alzheimer’s program director for an assisted-living community. (Last update 4/15/07.)
Adams, Christine 40th Reunion attendee.

From ObitTree
Christine Kimmins, age 68, passed away on Wednesday, October 3, 2018 at the Ocean Medical Center in Brick NJ. Born in Montclair NJ, Christine was raised in Livingston and lived in Point Pleasant for many years before moving to Brick where she has resided since 2006. She and her husband also have a home in Estero Florida where they enjoyed spending their winters.

Christine attended Kean College while working there as an administrative assistant. She spent many years working as an instructor for a children’s gymnastics program. She was a former member of the Point Pleasant Junior Woman’s Club where she made many lifelong friends. Christine was an avid gym goer. She also loved going to the beach and boating with her husband. Her greatest joy in life was spending time with her family and her friends in both New Jersey and Florida.

She is predeceased by her parents John and Joann Adams and her brother Daniel Adams. Surviving are her beloved husband of 45 years, John; her son Tom; her daughter Erin Hammes and her husband Matthew; her brother Michael Adams and his wife Denise; her sister Sharon Noonan and her husband James; her sister-in-law Jenni Adams and her three grandchildren Alex, Keira and Brandon. 

Adams Dalman, Susan

From the Star-Ledger:
Susan Dalman, 56, originally of Livingston, died in the Father Hudson House, Elizabeth, on Saturday, April 21, 2007. Ms. Dalman was an administrative assistant for Insurance Innovators, Inc. in Glenside, PA. She was the beloved daughter of Eveline and the late Edward Adams; cherished sister of Edward Adams of Livingston and Janice Mirabile and her husband, Jeff, of Livingston, and loving partner of 17 years of Mr. Francis Cantwell.

Adler, Bruce
I’m divorced after 19 years of marriage and have two great children to show for it: Justin, 27, a civil engineer building million-dollar homes in Mahwah; Nicole, 25, teaching grammar school in Glen Cove, NY. I’m currently engaged to a beautiful person, Maria, and she couldn’t make me happier. We live in Montville, NJ and have a vacation home in the Poconos. I worked with my father and my three brothers for 28 years in a successful furniture business and have now settled into a position at Federated Inc. I’m lucky enough to still have my health and have kept a strong relationship with my brothers and several close friends from grammar school. That’s right, grammar school. KUDOS to Dave, Toby (Bob), Rich and Bill. I’m so looking forward to the Summer Dinner, the 40th Reunion, and seeing everyone I can. My best to LHS 68. (Last update 6/11/07) 40th & 50th Reunion attendee.

Allison, Susan
I went straight to art school in NYC after graduation. From NYC, I moved to New Haven, CT, to complete my undergraduate studies in social work (my family relocated to CT in 1969). I lived all over CT for three decades – my compliments to Ellen Lenox Smith and the whole reunion team for finding me after 40 years – while working as a Medicaid Eligibility Specialist for the CT Department of Social Services. In 1995, I finally settled down in a small 17th century village, in the lovely Litchfield foothills of western CT. I have a spectacular view of the western skies, and keep a telescope for watching the seasonal sky shows. I’m more into photography than drawing these days, but still take the occasional art class. I’ve aged – haven’t we all – but I really think that classmates who knew me 40 years ago will recognize me now. I’m really looking forward to seeing the Class of ’68” on 09/20. Cheers! (Last update 2/22/08) 40th & 50th Reunion attendee.

Alpert, Amy (
Went to college in Washington DC and stayed 23 years. Got an MSW and have been a social worker since 1978. We started a family later in life and moved back to NJ to raise our 2 children-married for 43 years. Now living in North Caldwell but spend a lot of time in NYC! (Last update 8/25/18)

Andeweg, Steven

Annett Ross, Jane
Let’s keep it mysterious for now!!! Married, a son in med school in AZ, a daughter in college in MA. Husband builds aerobatic airplanes in Southern AZ. I used to be a technical illustrator for Learjet, owned a candy and ice cream shop and taught Special Ed kids, which I loved, until a few years ago, when a spinal operation fouled me up! Now I’m a lone mountain woman in the North woods of AZ!! Have travelled the U.S. and various countries, but never got back to my homeland, Australia… yet…. Save the rest for the reunion!!! (Last update 4/14/07) 50th Reunion attendee.

Arifian, Kenneth
Living in Connecticut now 32 years. Divorced. Three grown kids: Greg 32, Heather 31, Drew 27. Heather is married, with two kids of her own (8 and 2), both I adore. I have near-term hopes for the two boys since they both have significant others. Worked for a major helicopter manufacturer all these years engineering and building flight control systems. Presently working to launch a revolutionary new aircraft by the end of the year. Constantly thinking about retiring and doing volunteer construction work. Missed the last reunion but I am looking forward to the 40th, hopefully, if I can get away. (Last update 4/18/07) 40th Reunion attendee.

Arndt Malgeri, Priscilla

Arnold Prestinari, Joan

From Dignity Memorial 2/1/23:
Joan della Arnold Prestinari, age 72, of Raleigh, North Carolina passed away on Tuesday, January 31, 2023.

Austin, Thomas

This is the bio Thomas shared with us prior to the 40th reunion in 2008.
Didn’t graduate with you all, as my Dad was transferred to MA in ‘66. Went to UMass Amherst on a basketball scholarship, degree in Civil Engineering. After playing in the ’73 NIT in MSG, I was invited to try out in Europe, played on several teams, and finally seven years as a pro in Geneva. Then began coaching and started computer programming. Presently with Merck Serono Pharmaceuticals in Geneva, as a worldwide manager. Now separated, no kids, and have a wonderful English girlfriend. Been in Switzerland 33 years now after 24 in the USA.