Woburn CI Alumni Guestbook

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Kevin Bazak
Bowmanville, Ont Canada - Sunday, November 21, 2004 at 18:36:25 (EST)


Well, just a couple of comments for me for now. Cheers to you Kev, for coming up with the idea of this site! *Throws confetti* for doing a really great job on the site yourself! It's looking great. I really hope we can use this forum to close the gaps that filled the years between then and now, to meet new friends, reminisce with old, and just have a whole lot of fun!!
Cathy Pearson
Grand Valley, ON Canada - Monday, November 29, 2004 at 22:03:22 (EST)


Hello All! Hope to connect with some "ole" friends!
Norma Clancy <nreider@hotmail.com>
Oshawa, on Canada - Thursday, December 02, 2004 at 10:25:17 (EST)


Kevin: Thanks for setting this up as all who visit will get something from it and be able to pass on memories to other friends and classmates. Your work is very much appreciated!
Sean Blackburn <roadburn65@rogers.com>
Ottawa, ON Canada - Tuesday, December 07, 2004 at 10:23:35 (EST)

Kudos to the person(s) responsible for this site. As an "original" and as the parent of a couple of grads, I'm very pleased to see that the "Woburn tradition" is alive and well. Keep up the good work and I'm certain that the memories and contributions will start flowing in.
Doug Martin <DKMConsulting@aol.com>
Pickering, Ont Canada - Thursday, December 16, 2004 at 21:30:02 (EST)


My brother Bob told me about this site. I am so excited about it!! I hope to hook up with some good "old" friends. Feel free to email me. I will be sure to let any of my alumni friends know about this site. CHEER CHEER CHEER FOR WOBURN!!!
Sue-g Sue Walterhouse/Gagnon <sue_g_mac@hotmail.com>
Trenton, On Canada - Sunday, December 19, 2004 at 17:50:25 (EST)


I Just finished looking through this great web site. The picutes are great, alot of faces I recognize but having a senior moment having trouble remembering the names. Thanks to Mr.F. for the great pictures,keep them coming. Please keep up the great work on this web site. One picture that needs to be on there is Mr.Cook, gym teacher in his shorts, sexy legs back then. Seeing Mr.Cook in those shorts made the girls day. Thanks to Cathy for posting the web site.
Karen Duff <weetravellers@yahoo.ca>
SCARBOROUGHT, ON Canada - Thursday, December 23, 2004 at 19:29:07 (EST)


Great idea to start this web site........kudow to the originator i am an alumni from 67-71 and had some great years at woburn i was saddened to hear of mr eubanks 'passing......... a great first principal of woburn
Richard prince <rrprins@shaw.ca>
Winnipeg, Canada - Monday, December 27, 2004 at 21:13:50 (EST)


There seem to be several Woburn alumni in the Peterborough area. Kathy Chapman, Ken Murphy, and Jane Guest was here but I am not sure if she still is. There are others whose names will come to me later no doubt. In any case it's interesting to see how quickly we are finding this alumni section, and also the time of year that it occurs to us to search Woburn! My dad was one of the people who started Curran Hall Tennis Club. This got me wondering whether, "if we returned to our old neighbourhoods and started knocking on doors, whether we would find ANY families still living there"??? would love to hear from Woburn Alumni, especially people connected with Urbania, or the trip to Italy in '71. Best wishes all!
Mary Mattos <mmattos@pipcom.com>
Lakefield, On Canada - Sunday, January 02, 2005 at 00:34:45 (EST)


Thank you so much to those of you that have put this website together. It was so great looking at the photos (especially since mine is on the home page!!!!!) I was very sad to see the people that are no longer with us. I knew some of them well while attending Woburn. Again, Thanks Beverley Lane
Bev Lane <bevlaner@rogers.com>
Holland Landing, Ont Canada - Tuesday, January 04, 2005 at 11:08:04 (EST)


What a great website! I actually remember some of those photos from my old year books. Although the names allude me some of the faces I recall. Those were the days in our lives that helped to shape our futures. Again, thanks for the step back in time. Mr. Flahiff keep dusting off those old photographs.
Cathy Edwards-Barker <cathybarker222@hotmail.com>
Tecumseh, ON Canada - Friday, January 07, 2005 at 22:49:14 (EST)


Kevin: As i said before,this is a labour of love, and, I think I speak for all alumni, students and staff, in thanking you for this effort. So, dear friends, raise a glass to the wonderful last decades of the 20th century. We were really cookin' then, and, as the director of education, Earl Campbell described us, we were the flagship school of the Scarborough board. sadly, those times have come and gone, never to return. The province has levelled the schools to warehouses for kids. I recognize so many of the names and photos on this site, and I'm filled with a fond nostalgia for those great times. I miss you all. love, JW
John Wilcox
Toronto, ON Canada - Monday, January 10, 2005 at 21:45:20 (EST)


I did not go to Woburn but knew a lot of people from the school. Still keep in touch with some, but there are a few out there I would still like to see and talk to. I would like to thank the person who put this site together. The photos in the gallery were great.
sean carson <sean.carson@sympatico.ca>
ajax, ont Canada - Wednesday, January 19, 2005 at 13:25:52 (EST)


This is a great site and a great idea! I am looking forward to seeing the Woburnite community grow on the site.
Sandra Shatilla <sandra_shatilla@yahoo.ca>
Toronto, Ont Canada - Tuesday, February 01, 2005 at 22:23:58 (EST)


Great site!!!! I was able to get in touch with a few old friends which made my day.
Nadia Suliman <nadiasuliman@hotmail.com>
Markham, Ont Canada - Thursday, February 03, 2005 at 15:07:30 (EST)


I just found out about this site and think its absolutely fantastic. I was saddened to come upon so many who have passed away. Life is passing by to quickly. It's great to see so many people signed up here and I look forward to seeing many more. Thanks for putting this together Kevin. You have done a great job! Cheers, Lynda
Lynda Oldfield <lreilly@e-recruit.ca>
Ajax, ON Canada - Thursday, February 10, 2005 at 13:05:34 (EST)


Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! It is an amazing thing you have done here, letting us all live a bit of nostalgia and perhaps meeting up with old friends. Those days in Woburn seem so far away but they still fill me with such warm and happy memories.
Jacqualine Fraser <jackinthebox115@hotmail.com>
Oshawa, On Canada - Thursday, February 10, 2005 at 16:49:54 (EST)


What a wonderful site! Thank you for all of the work you have put into creating this. Woburn was such a great experience and it is so nice to see the faces of old friends and acquaintances.
Darlene Porter <darleneporter@hotmail.com>
Aurora, Ont. Canada - Thursday, February 10, 2005 at 16:56:36 (EST)


Just found out about this website,figured I would just add my name
Brian Flowers
Bradford, Ont Canada - Friday, February 11, 2005 at 14:12:22 (EST)


Thanks to those that put this website together. It is great! Love to hear from any friends from Woburn. Dave
Dave Tremblett <tremblett@rogers.com>
Unionville, Ont Canada - Sunday, February 13, 2005 at 12:39:35 (EST)

My sister mentioned the site to me yesterday while I was in Toronto. I have now spent the last few hours browsing through the site. So many memories come flooding back while reading the various posts and looking at the pictures. Many thanks for your work in putting the site together..I'll check back in again soon. PS: Nice first name!
Kevin Miller <KMiller@rcsworks.com>
Bethel, CT USA - Sunday, February 13, 2005 at 20:02:15 (EST)


Wow! A great deal of work went into this site. Excellent job! Looking through this site brought back a great deal of memories, both good and bad... Anyways, keep up the great work. I wish more ex-Woburn students visit. I will spread the news through the former WCI Students living here. Oz...
Osvaldo A.Guzman <ozisnot@hotmail.com>
Tucson, AZ USA - Friday, February 18, 2005 at 22:12:11 (EST)


I found out about the site from the Classmates website - I have alot of good memories of Wobs, and have contacted a few thru that site - hopefully we will "reunite" some of the old gangs...lol. Kudos to the Creator of this site. Cheer, Cheer, Cheer......
Eroica Viehl <fire_lady44@yahoo.com>
Ajax, Canada - Sunday, February 20, 2005 at 08:56:49 (EST)


loved woburn, miss the people
janet grant <janet.grant@bell.ca>
pickering, on Canada - Tuesday, February 22, 2005 at 18:13:28 (EST)


From 1977 to 1980 Bruce Berthelot attended Woburn Collegiate in Scarborough. Bruce has been missing 1995 from his family's home in Leamington, Ontario. His mother, Theresa, is seriously ill and Bruce's family is desperate to connect with him. Some of his highschool friends included Barbara Angel and Toni Lupinacci. If you can provide any leads please contact me at cfranks@cogeco.ca. I'm his first cousin. thank you carol
Carol Franks <cfranks@cogeco.ca>
Kingston, ON Canada - Thursday, February 24, 2005 at 14:07:02 (EST)


This website is fantastic! I just found out about it and sent it to all the people I graduated with who I have lost touch with! I can't wait to check back and see how everyone is doing and what they are up to!
Sumeet (Sonu) Dhanju <sonudhanju@osgoode.yorku.ca>
Canada - Thursday, February 24, 2005 at 23:27:34 (EST)


Just found out about this site - fabulous - good effort - about time! I'll be a regular visitor, & I've already passed it on! Love to hear from any alumni from 69-72
Andrea (Andi) Kelly <askelly71@hotmail.com>
Brooklin, ON Canada - Friday, February 25, 2005 at 13:59:18 (EST)


I look forward to an 80's reunion, hopefully it is in the works and we won't be too old to go to it! Cheers
Alexi Prodanos
Canada - Friday, February 25, 2005 at 14:45:43 (EST)

Wow.....what a great site! It's so wonderful to see familiar faces after all these years. Way to go Kevin! The site can only get better and better!! Cheryl Phillips
Cheryl Phillips <cherbear_63ca@yahoo.ca>
North York, ON Canada - Wednesday, March 02, 2005 at 08:33:20 (EST)


Woburn was the Best, the people were even better! Looking forward to seeing some familiar faces at the reunion in May.
Cheryl Ford-Ceolin <cherylford@rogers.com>
Orangeville, on Canada - Thursday, March 03, 2005 at 11:16:01 (EST)


I am glad that I was referred to this website. I am sure we all want to know what happened to all those people we went to school with. It was one of the best times in our lives, and I am glad I am still here to read about. Very sad to read the memorials. Please keep in touch, all those from 1968-1971.
Jane Rottmann/Girvan <janerottmann@hotmail.com>
St. Catharines, Ont Canada - Thursday, March 03, 2005 at 15:48:57 (EST)


Interesting to see this site. Some of the names look awfully familiar, but then again the minds of the 60's gang are now pointed to retirement, if they can remember the way. Just and old POOG surfing' the net Best of luck to all
Glenn Harris <taffaard@rogers.com>
Ottawa(Kanata), Ontario Canada - Thursday, March 03, 2005 at 19:30:54 (EST)


Thank you so much Kevin for setting up this great web site. Sometimes I just scan over the student listing, and keep wondering what ever happen to..... my goodness, time sure has past. Getting close to the 25 year mark. Keep up the great work, and maybe I would get in touch with the past.
Cheryl Cooper <chertres@rogers.com>
Toronto, On Canada - Thursday, March 03, 2005 at 21:41:38 (EST)


This is a great website...Great job Kevin...hope to get back in touch with those that I have lost touch with
Robin Wray nee Esler <rmwray@yahoo.ca>
Kitchener, On Canada - Tuesday, March 08, 2005 at 10:23:27 (EST)


What a great web site - i found out about it through classmates and will tell everyone I know from Woburn about it! It's nice to reminisce with friends from the past! GREAT JOB - I will be a regular on site! Hope to meet up with some friends/classmates from the PAST!
Brenda Noseworthy (Brown) <brendab162000@yahoo.com>
Brampton, ON Canada - Tuesday, March 08, 2005 at 16:07:12 (EST)


By design or circumstance, I think many of us drift away from our roots, high school being one of those roots. I have found the desire in recent years to reconnect with some of those roots, and have done so through the Classmates website. Having this website however, will be far more personal for us all. I'll check in regularly, and will be pleased to get an email from any old friends. Thanks Kevin, and all those involved in organizing the alumni activities.
Trevor Judd, 1977 <teejay72@hotmail.com>
Oakville, Ont Canada - Thursday, March 10, 2005 at 12:34:14 (EST)


This is great! I am enjoying the past. I hope to contact a few lost friends.
Andrea (Eustace) McDonald <a_mcdonald@sympatico.ca>
Whitby, ON Canada - Saturday, March 12, 2005 at 06:33:47 (EST)


An excellent way to revisit some fond memories.
Markus (Max) Kern <captmarkus@hotmail.com>
Uxbridge, on Canada - Wednesday, March 16, 2005 at 11:45:50 (EST)


Great site. Glad I visited. Keep up the good work Kevin, your efforts are obviously appreciated by so many people. A few other alumni that have passed on and would be fondly remembered by many are Lynn Bambrick, Gerry Gillies, Kim Murphy, and Glenn Williams (Eagle). Cheers...
Ron Wallace <rowall@shaw.ca>
Kelowna, BC Canada - Wednesday, March 16, 2005 at 16:03:48 (EST)


Thank you so much to the creators of the site. Excellent job. I think back on my Woburn experience with fondness. Those were the days. Hello to ol friends and classmates.
June Thomas ( Hibbard) <rjthomas14@rogers.com>
Ajax, Ont Canada - Wednesday, March 16, 2005 at 22:38:06 (EST)


I hope to talk to any of my old buddies from 1986-1991.........I hope all is well...Life has been too good to me....God Bless.....
Pablo Muzlera <pablo.muzlera@gmail.ca>
Mississauga, Ont Canada - Thursday, March 17, 2005 at 11:20:06 (EST)


This is a fantastic site and congratulations to webmaster Kevin. It's nice to see so many of the 80's almuni checking in. It's great to see how well everyone is doing now that we're all grown up. Cheers!
David Church <djchurch@rogers.com>
Richmond Hill, ON Canada - Tuesday, March 22, 2005 at 22:01:35 (EST)

Thank you Kevin for setting this up. It is a great way to find out how everyone is doing. It would be nice to here from anyone. Where I live in Pickering there are so many people that went to Woburn. I am putting up a notice at our school regarding the two reunions. Again, thanks
Tina (Eustace) Barr <iain.barr@sympatico.ca>
Pickering, Ont Canada - Saturday, March 26, 2005 at 16:48:38 (EST)


Talk about old times - anyone out there from the class of '78? Still have my best friends from Woburn (go Broad Squad)! I'm gonna go look for my year books right now!
Sandra Break (Gibel) <psgibel@on.aibn.com>
Lynden, ON Canada - Monday, March 28, 2005 at 10:28:54 (EST)

As one of the "originals",who would love to chat with my old classmates, I think this website is a great idea. A lot of us have lost touch over the years,and it would be nice to talk over the times-both old and current. Well done,Kevin!
Bill Graham <wmhgraham@rogers.com/william.graham@bell.ca>
Newmarket, Ont Canada - Wednesday, March 30, 2005 at 11:39:20 (EST)


Kevin, Thank you for this site! I've been wondering whatever became of . . . lately and now I have a feeling I'm going to find out.
Neil Bruce <nbruce@gta.igs.net>
Markham, ON Canada - Wednesday, March 30, 2005 at 17:31:13 (EST)

I get a lump in my throat everytime I visit this site. That OAC year went by way too quickly. I am just thankful to have had to chance to have attended Woburn for the last three years of high school and thank the webmaster for giving us all a place to reconnect and reunite.
Jason Au <jason.au04@rotman.utoronto.ca>
Toronto, ON Canada - Saturday, April 02, 2005 at 23:24:27 (EST)

Came across this website....well done! Fond memories of what highschool used to be.. Scarborough Fair...football,basketball,gymnastics...Talent Show...and great teachers and coaches. Mr. Wilcox..Mr. Glick...Mr. Henderson...Miss Phillips...Mr. Peacock Old friends....too many to list. Any emails are welcome from anyone who remembers me or my twin sister, Kerry. It is fun to reconnect to say hello and see how life has treated us all! Cheers.
Karen Holland (nee Sanger) <kholland3@cogeco.ca>
Peterborough, ON Canada - Tuesday, April 05, 2005 at 04:24:23 (EDT)


Will take the time to join in the near future. Just wanted to say thanks for giving those of us who don't live so close anymore an opportunity to Re-connect and take a stroll down memory lane. I really enjoyed my highschool years and graduated in 1977. It's a great website. Thanks Lorri (Brown) Jesse
Lorri (Brown)Jesse <hjjesse@shaw.ca>
Sherwood Park, AB Canada - Wednesday, April 06, 2005 at 16:11:55 (EDT)


This is such an amazing site. The Woburn years were so long ago, but sometimes feel just like yesterday! I have so many great memories and love that there is somewhere to go and see what everyone is up to! Great job!
Sandra Shatilla <sandra_shatilla@yahoo.ca>
Toronto, Ont Canada - Wednesday, April 06, 2005 at 21:07:32 (EDT)


Hey everyone....just want to know how everyone is doing and hope to hook up with some lost contacts.
deepak padda <still_dee@hotmail.com>
scar, ont canada - wednesday, april 20, 2005 at 13:50:53 (edt)

What a fantastic website. Have really enjoyed surfing through it again and again. Look forward to seeing many more folks sign up to let us all know where they're at and what they're up to.
Gwen Bruce
Whistler, BC

What a Wonderful Idea! Thank you to those who are working on the Website. I am looking forward to seeing everyone at the Reunion in May 2005 at The Embers.
Kelly Wright

Greetings to all who walked those halls, climbed those stairs, skipped, smoked, stood, sat, screamed. dreamed, schemed...and many other things. Kevin has really put together a labour of love from a short time period that I find myself thinking of often. I hope to hear from you.

Kevin, just wanted to thank you for taking this on. I just found out about the website and have spent the past hour going thru it. I look forward to reconnecting with some "ahem, old friends".
Brian McNamee, Toronto, ON
Email: b.mcnamee@rogers.com

Reading thru this site brings back memories, I thought, time had washed away. Many names strike a very familiar chord. Looking at the list in " Memorials ", I can't help but feel, both sad and blessed. Thank you Kevin, for taking us all, on a journey thru the past! It seems to " fit " like an old shoe. Greetings to the 67-71 crew members.
David Kroll - Milton, ON

Wonderful site. I’ve enjoyed looking at some familiar names to see what everyone has been doing the past 26 years. I can’t believe it’s been that long, time sure does fly by. I was deeply saddened to recognize some of the names from the “those gone before us” section, both students and faculty. I was hoping for a long time that someone would take the time and energy to put together a site such as this. Well done. I’m looking forward to hearing or at the very least seeing some posts and comments from old friends and fellow alumni. Thanks for doing this…
Marie White (Simms)
Beeton, ON

Very pleased to have a site to connect with former alumni that isn't associated with a commercial site. Thank you for giving us this wonderful opportunity! One suggestion I might make is to create an ability to sort the list of alumni. Sorting by year would be my personal preference, so those you went through school with are easier to find. I think the ability to sort will become more important as more and more alumni join the site.
Fran & Rob Wallace

I wanted to say Thank You to Dawn and Carolyn for putting together such an incredible night on May 14th!
I have discovered where the Twilight Zone is and it is at your highschool reunion - so many memories came flooding back all at once. I had such a great time and it was so amazing to see so many familiar faces that I hadn't seen since the 80's!! Everyone looked so good!!! Wow! Thanks again - I know how hard it is to put that type of event together and I think that each and everyone of us who went truly appreciate all of Dawn and Carolyn's efforts! Looking forward to the next one.
Sandra Shatilla

I recently was made aware of this site. Excellent job. I have returned to Woburn at least once in the past 2 years to present the Walter Kostric Memorial Scholarship and have marveled at the changes that the "old school" has gone through. Keep up the great work. Go! Woburn Go!
Richard Rock - 1972 - 1975
1976 Canadian Team Member
Montreal Olympics

Kevin, you must have graduated after me (1970) because I don't recognize your name. Thank you for all the work you have put into this, it really is wonderful.
I've just spend a couple very enjoyable hours going down memory lane, and hope to see more of my classmates (and my husband's - we "went steady" all though High School and then married in 1974. 31 years later, we're still together).
Congratulations again.

Jennifer Banfield (Sickinger)
Harry Sickinger

Oh my God! This website is amazing! I'm so glad I took the time to go down memory lane. Those were the good ole days. I can't believe it's been almost 20 years for me. I was hoping to catch a reunion, but it looks like I just missed one, maybe I'll catch the next one. Hope everyone that knew me is doing fantastic. Would love to hear from anyone.
Denise May
Graduated 1986

Great site, I look forward to seeing it grow.
Croz, your pic in the 87-88 showcase is priceless...best hair in town!
Pro Kadima!

Val Griffin

Good to have a means to keep in touch with old classmates.
I got the site address from Doug Martin.
Keep the site going.
Thanks again.
Karen (Ciaralli) Andrews

Great Site Kevin, Thanks!

WOW!!! What a GREAT website for us Woburnites!!! Seems like only yesterday, instead of over 30 years!!! Thanks to all of you who have worked so hard in putting this altogether for us to relive our high school days. What wonderful memories! I would love to hear from classmates -if anyone still remembers me!!!
Nori-Ann Gordon - Class of ‘75

It takes a special person to devote so much time and effort to such an amazing project. I had to dig up my old yearbooks while I scrutinized all of the entries. Is it only me or does it seem like yesterday? Great job Kevin!
Anne McNamara (Partingtion) 1967 - 1970
Regina, SK. mcnamara@sasktel.net

Great site! I hope to find many old friends,and maybe reconnect with a few. Time goes too fast.
Ted Deschamps

Fantastic Website! This is a challenge to all Ex-Woburn students and teachers to utilize this website to it's maximum potential. Keep those photos coming in!!!!!!!!!!!!
Amr Soliman

Great web site,my brother Don told me about this.I read through the comments and there are so many people I went to school with on there.It's nice to have a way to keep in touch with everyone.

What a great idea! I was thinking about all the wonderful people I taught and worked with at Woburn C.I. and stumbled upon this web site. Now, perhaps I’ll be able to exchange e-mails with some of you. I wonder what you are all doing now. I hope you are well and happy. Jackie Cusack

OMG! What a great site, Kevin!! I'm gonna spread the word so more people can connect. Thanks!!
J.Williamson Oct. 18,2005

Tonight I attended my 28th consecutive (and final) Woburn Commencement.
My grade nines from 2001-2002 graduated which brings to a conclusion the the last page of the last chapter of a truly wonderful career at Woburn.
This seems the best place I can think of to say: "Thank you very much to each student and every teacher who made those years a rich and tremendously rewarding way to spend a quarter century!"
Terry Flahiff 1976-2002 (tflahiff@ionsys.com)
October 28, 2005
(I’m sure I speak for all your former students in saying a big THANK YOU! for all the time and effort you devoted to each of us. We wish you nothing but the best.) – K. Bazak

My old friend John Vernon put me onto this site and it was great to scroll through the entries and to actually recognize some of the "older" fellow alumni. Keep up the great work
David Near
November 7, 2005

Congratulations to Mr. Flahiff his retirement. He has truly been an icon at Woburn with his years of service and all the photos he had taken which he shared with so many of us.
Mr. Flahiff, you will not be forgotten. All the best to you.

Amr Soliman
November 25, 2005

First of all, congrats Kev! What a great site, and so well done!
I was planning on saying so many things here, but have been left absolutely devastated.
One of the reasons I keep looking up sites like this one, and Classmates and such, is.... well WAS... to find a dear old friend from my years at Wobs.
I had been trying to reconnect with Kerry Cochrane. She was one of the prettiest girls in school and I of course was way up there on the "geeky" list. But she never treated me as such. We shared a few classes together and I was always lucky enough to sit right next to her. She helped me and I'd like to think that I helped her.
Then when I signed up for Drivers Ed I was astounded to see her in my car. We spent weeks together forging a good friendship that lasted. She left Wobs (what seemed to me) suddenly, and was lost in my memories for years.
Then one day we were talking about learning to drive and I had a whopper of a tale to tell... this poor girl tried so very hard... I mean, she took it seriously enough, but have you ever heard of ANYONE getting in 3 accidents while learning to drive???!!! ( they also changed teachers after her second accident) and yet somehow....she passed and got her license on the first try.
It has taken a few days to get this e-mail off because of the memories. She was such a great person, and this news has rocked me deeply. My condolences to her family, especially her kids. I hope they read this and understand what a great impact she made on others in her life.
I would also like to express my sympathies on the loss of Jackie Anderson, Debbie Lees ( we went through grade school and Hudson and then Wobs together), Michelle Press, and another closer friend Dave Nasu.
I have been all over this country. I have some great memories of different times, places, and people. But still my mind and heart veer back to the days at Woburn. Maybe I should have paid closer attention.

Scott La Rochelle

So glad there is finally an alumni listing. I cant believe its taken me a whole year to find out about this! Cheers

Wow, what a nostalgia trip. Thanks for the memories.
Debbie Nield
1969 – 1974
Georgetown, Ont., December 27, 2005 debron55@hotmail.com

Wow, it is great to see so many familiar faces and to have names recal happy (mostly) memories. I was there from 1972 - 1976, my brother Ron Wheaton until 1978. I still see some of the AV crew. It is hard to let go of memories. Ron passed away in 1992 but we still keep in touch with a couple of friends. High school was the best of times.
Tracy (Wheaton) Gowman

It's exciting to have a venue to check out what happened to everyone. I'll bet many people from Woburn have become extraordinary doctors, actors, office managers, lawyers..... I can't wait to read about old friends and see where everyone is in their lives. Thanks Kevin for giving us that opportunity.
Tracy (Essner) Alexander Feb. 20,2006

I've just started exporing this site that you have put all this work into and I can't believe everything that you've put into it. I've already seen alot of familiar names that just bring back so many great memories. I haven't finished looking yet but I do hope that somewhere in here that there is some type of contact information should anyone be organizing a reunion of some sort. Selfishly I'd love to here of one for 1978-1982, but heh that just me. Thanks again.
Jeannette (Richardson) McCabe Feb. 22, 2006 dimpernace@hotmail.com

A google search can turn up a lot of things..like this site. I saw the entries of a few old friends and learned that sadly, a couple of classmates and teachers had passed on.
I hope to get updated on a few more friends in the future.
Mike Dunbar March 27, 2006

Wow, this is amazing. What a wonderful site and kudos to all who paricipated in it. Was nice to see some familar names also. Keep up the good work
Debb Elmes mohawkdeb@hotmail.com June 24, 2006

Hello All,

I regret that I am a late arrival to the site but I must say that I've been impressed with what has been provided.
Kev, it really is a big job to undertake but you've done it with care and consideration. Well done!
I've seen the names of friends and acquaintances here and it has been quite a nostalgia trip.
To most of us, Woburn has become more than a just a school building on Ellesmere Ave, it was community and we grew with it. It was always a starting point and as we grew older and moved further away the feeling of belonging to the idea of Woburn never seems to leave you.
I look forward to hearing from anyone that survived the 1970's (and admit it)
Best to all,
Iain McEwan 1970 - 1975 (or thereabouts)

Great idea, coming up with the site, excellent way to catch up with old friends. Thanks
Larry Applewhaite July 25, 2006

Hey Kevin, Once again thanks for keeping this great web site updated. I check in once and awhile, looking for a name that I can put a face and or a story with. Makes me laugh. Gotta remember that Wobs was a big part of everyones lives. Four years at high school doesn't seem long, but when I went to the reunion, and saw a few that I have known since grade one or before. Such a special night. Hopefully there will be another day to get together with past friends. Seeing over 100 friends in one night. Wow that was the best. Thanks Again.
Cheryl Cooper, Scarborough 1983 -
September 4 ,2006

Thanks for making this possible. What a great idea. I saw names of people still here and some who are gone that brought tears to my eyes. I will tune in you get bet that.
Regards, Jeanette Wishart
September 14, 2006

I'm trying to get in contact with some former classmates -- any help from anyone would be greatly appreciated. Rod Brown, Bobby Orr, Kevin Taylor, Marilyn Oates, Ron Mark, Ann Uttley, Doug Renwicke, Julie Millage, Mike Dudley, Curt Cunningham, Janet Daniels, Jane Guest, Patsy Gosse, Susan Krasevec, Janet Ashberry, Greg Harwood, Paul Zebrak, Kelly Ball & Mike Fox. Teacher - Dave Johnson. Where are you guys??? Please contact Fran Johnson at fwepost-woburn@yahoo.ca
Fran (Johnson)Wallace
October 6, 2006

It's great to see some familiar names even if you can't remember the faces. Great job on this site. "Woburn once, Woburn twice, holy jumpin'...."
Sean Brosnan 1978-1982
November 25, 2006

It's great for an old sentimental geezer like myself to see a website for dear Woburn. I'm looking forward to our 50th in 2012/13, and hope to bring another Woburnite with me to the REUNION. Cheers,
Bill Greig, Barrie. (1968-73)
January 13, 2007

Kevin, an awesome job with the site, and thank you for bringing back some fond memories as well as reconnecting me with some old friends and hopefully many more.
Carey May
Feb 5, 2007

I just wanted to show my appreciation toward some of the best teachers I have ever come across, and that's counting university professors.
Favourite Teachers (in no particular order):
1) Mr. Thomson: I hope I got the spelling correct. He was, I believe, our Science teacher and he also coached rugby. This man could take even a pile of dirt and make it seem interesting! Science class was always a blast. (not literally) hehe
2) Mrs. Gavin: Feisty little lady. Unfortunately she was misunderstood by most students as being too strict, which is too bad because even though she seemed hard on the outside, I always thought she was probably a very nice person on the inside. She just had to be tough because let's face it, we were troublemakers. ;)
3) Mr. Najarian: The greatest math teacher EVER, without question! He had faith in me even though I sucked horribly at math. (not an exaggeration) Being recognized by Najarian drove me full speed at Calculus. I was never an excellent math student, but Mr. Najarian's teaching style forced me to try to grow beyond my limitations. Simply put, he was awesome. Not to mention the one-handed circle-drawing on the chalk board. That was just plain cool. haha
4) Mrs. Lloyd: She always looked out for us and was always there to help. The year I was in it, the Woburn co-op program went on without a hitch and I'm sure Mrs. Lloyd had a big hand in that.
Sorry for those whom I've missed. My memory is certainly a bit fuzzy. Must have been all those late nights and the coffee. Hehe. I just wanted to pay my respects to these special people above and to let them know that they have definitely made a positive difference in this world.

Sameen Siddiqui
2003 Woburn Grad
University of Ottawa, BComm: Accounting
Feb. 14, 2007

Stumbled across this site while googling for no apparent reason. Fantastic.
I've spent a few hours looking up old friends and surfing through the different pages. A great trip down memory lane. I've sent e:mails to all my friends that I am still in contact with to direct them here.
Kevin and all involved keep up the great job your doing.
Steve Mignardi '81
Ajax ON
April 20, 2007

Hey hey fellow Woburners!!!!! Judy Gillies here hoping to get in touch with some old friends. Please e mail me if ya remember me........
April 20, 2007

What a great idea!! A local place to find old friends and keep up with happenings with them. Thanks Kevin
Sheila Sanderson Mole
April 30, 2007

Great site
Great pictures 1976 - 79 add more

Don Carr
May 5, 2007

Thank you for a super site – and a great school!

I taught at Woburn for just a couple of years until I was moved on to West Toronto (in excess). But the time at Woburn was memorable and stands out as a time when I really loved going to work every day. The students were fun people who were keen to learn. The staff were amazing.

Among the memories: Gene Fong and his dedication to AIDS awareness. He arranged for the lovely speaker (Melinda?) to come and talk to us in that huge assembly hall. Winter in the portables - we had some adventures there – the bird trapped in the roof comes to mind! We rescued it by removing a ceiling tile, waiting till it flew into the light, closing the curtains and opening one to attract him!  Getting to “Siberia” through knee-high snow was a challenge to anyone, especially an Aussie who was unused to icy conditions. Lunch-time in the quad. Spirit Day was always fun, everyone celebrating the school colours. And Christmas decorations – our door won the prize!

Oh, there were English and Legal Studies classes too, and I have to say that I enjoyed them all. Now that I’m back in Australia, I think of Woburn with great fondness. What a great bunch you were.

Thanks again,

Jackie Cusack

Just found this site almost by accident but happy just the same. So cool that you have taken the time to put this together Kevin. Over the years I have often wondered how our fellow classmates were doing and have recently connected with some on facebook. As I live away I am hoping that this will be a good venue to re-acquaint with some old friends. Cheers everyone!!

Scott And Lucy Hunsley 2013